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Monday, July 25, 2016

PokeMatch co-creator Rene Roosen needed a date while wanting to catch Pokemon. He teamed up with his friends Pim de Witte and Troy Osinoff to Create PokeMatch. PokeMatch is an app that allows you to find dates or friends that play Pokemon GO.

Read more www.prnewswire.com


Friday, June 24, 2016

BitTorrent is coming to your TV, smartphone, and tablet — though not in the way you might expect. It’s launching an app today called BitTorrent Now that basically sounds like a bizarro mashup of Netflix and Spotify, offering on-demand streaming of videos and music, but largely from independent artists you’ve never heard of.

Read more www.theverge.com


Thursday, June 23, 2016

The updated Dropbox features aim to give users greater flexibility on both mobile and computer platforms, according to an announcement made on Dropbox’s blog. Users can now scan documents using the mobile Dropbox app and organize from whiteboards, receipts, and sketches and search inside scans.

Read more appleinsider.com


Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Finally, Microsoft has released the SharePoint application for iOS. We first heard about the iOS version of SharePoint in May from the Future of SharePoint conference. During which, we saw the integration of SharePoint into OneDrive for iOS platforms. Now users can download the team intranet application for free.

Read more www.winbeta.org



Microsoft Flow, the company’s recently launched workflow management tool, has now arrived on mobile in the form of an iOS application. Essentially a direct competitor to IFTTT, Microsoft Flow debuted in April on the web, offering an interface that lets you mash up up two or more cloud services in order to create workflows –  like those that let you automate file synchronisation, alerting, data organization and more.

Read more techcrunch.com


Sunday, June 12, 2016

Facebook is continuing its heavy-handed push to get users to install its private photo-sharing app Moments. The company’s latest move – warning people some of their photos will be deleted if the app isn’t installed – has managed to make Moments the number one app in the App Store.

Read more techcrunch.com



Facebook is continuing its heavy-handed push to get users to install its private photo-sharing app Moments. The company’s latest move – warning people some of their photos will be deleted if the app isn’t installed – has managed to make Moments the number one app in the App Store.

Read more techcrunch.com


Wednesday, June 01, 2016

The popular app for iPhone and iPad that lets you unlock your Mac with your Touch ID sensor over a low-energy Bluetooth connection has received an important update on Tuesday that adds a number of new features to the app and fixes a number of previously-known issues. The update is free for everyone who owns MacID already for both the iOS and OS X apps, and make the new features and stability available across both platforms immediately following installation.

Read more www.idownloadblog.com


Friday, May 27, 2016

Vend’s free Counter app uses your iOS device’s camera to scan product codes and simplify inventory counts when processing deliveries and transfers, or during stocktake. Each count is automatically timestamped, so it is not essential to do the whole job in one pass. Items can be entered manually if their barcodes are damaged or missing.

Read more www.bit.com.au


Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Microsoft has rolled out a new update to Skype’s iOS app, bumping it to version 6.16. It’s a small update that includes what the software giant is calling “big improvements” as well as a new feature.

Read more www.gsmarena.com


Monday, May 23, 2016

During the SDK preview, the focus for integrating the application is on “remote advisor” functionality, which means that the businesses will be able to interact with remote customers over their mobile tablets and mobile device via video chat, and audio or video call. The company intends to target large enterprises with its new service which can run in tandem with Skype for Business Server and Skype for Business Online.

Read more gosporttimes.com


Thursday, May 19, 2016

It’s been a couple months since Apple implemented ad blocking into iOS, and now that the dust has settled, it’s time to review the third-party ad blockers who survived the past couple months and secured a place in their users’ hearts. Below are the three best iOS ad blockers for iPhone and iPad that we found.

Read more www.idigitaltimes.com


Thursday, May 12, 2016

YouTube is testing a messaging feature on its apps that will let you chat and share videos with friends without ever having to use another platform. The service is currently being rolled out to a small group of users, with the hopes that word-of-mouth will see it reach more people.

Read more www.digitaltrends.com



Since iOS 8, Apple has supported third-party keyboards on iPhones and iPads with Microsoft and others offering their own unique options. Google, which has dozens of apps on iOS, is joining in on the action today with its new feature-packed ‘Gboard’ keyboard for iPhone. The final product lines up with what was reported a couple of months back.

Read more 9to5mac.com


Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Opera seems to be trying to make a name for itself as the most privacy-aware mainstream internet browser. The company has just launched an updated version of its iOS app with a built in VPN, or virtual private network. What makes this VPN special, however, is the fact that it’s completely free to use as much as you want.

Read more www.digitaltrends.com



Apple has updated some of its non-OS software today, and it is expected that the company will release either new betas or final releases of several system updates later today as well. The iWork suite of apps (Pages, Numbers, and Keynote) for iOS and OS X have received extremely minor “stability improvements and bug fixes” version updates, while Apple News has made a few small changes for the benefit of news publishers, such as allowing a customized thumbnail icon and improving archival post linking.

Read more www.macnn.com


Monday, May 09, 2016

Netflix announced a new feature to the updated Netflix app on iOS or Android that will enable subscribers to be able to adjust the quality of the video they watch and hence control the amount of mobile data that is consumed. Netflix aims to give users more control and greater choice in managing their data usage to help avoid exceeding data caps and incurring overage fees.

Read more www.thefastmode.com



Want to try out the voice command features of Amazon’s impressive Alexa voice services platform but don’t have an Amazon Echo, Tap, Echo Dot, or Triby? Maybe you’re interested in one of those devices, but don’t want to shell out the money without having an idea of what sort of performance you can expect?

Read more techaeris.com


Saturday, May 07, 2016

Moog Music today introduced Model 15 for iOS – a software recreation of one of its classic 70’s hardware modular synthesisers. The Moog Model 15 hardware modular synthesizer was originally released in 1973, and was re-released last year as a $10,000 limited edition reissue, right. The system offers a complete analog synth voice.

Read more www.synthtopia.com



Cellular data is on an “Automatic” setting by default, offering about 3 hours of streaming per gigabyte. There are also five manual options, including “Off,” “Low,” “Medium,” “High,” and “Unlimited.” While the first and last are self-explanatory, the middle three offer 4 hours, 2 hours, or just 1 hour of video per gigabyte, the tradeoff being image quality.

Read more appleinsider.com


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