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Friday, February 24, 2017
Google updates Gboard for iOS with new emoji and voice-typing
Google updates Gboard for iOS with new emoji and voice-typing

Apple upgraded Messages in iOS 10 to include a ton of new features, but that doesn’t mean that Google is giving up on Gboard, its third-party iOS keyboard.  On Thursday, Google updated Gboard to support new emoji, voice-typing, 15 additional languages, and Google Doodles.

Read more www.macworld.com


Thursday, February 23, 2017
Review: PureGear PureSwitch HomeKit-enabled Wireless Smart Plug
Review: PureGear PureSwitch HomeKit-enabled Wireless Smart Plug

One of the interesting things we’ve seen with HomeKit is how many small but established iOS accessory makers have chosen to branch out beyond their core business of speakers and cases and dip their feet into the home automation space that was once only the purview of the large home technology companies.

Read more www.ilounge.com


500 Free iOS Tab Bar Icons
500 Free iOS Tab Bar Icons

500 Free iOS Tab Bar Icons are coming to you today! This huge bundle of icons is available in PNG format with 30×30 size which is perfect for mobile apps and UI design. All flat and depicting the real things into the simpler form. Thanks to IconBeast for providing us this huge pack of icons today. Visit their website to get more stunning freebies like this!

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The Week in iOS Cases and Accessories: Snapchat Spectacles are ready for purchase
The Week in iOS Cases and Accessories: Snapchat Spectacles are ready for purchase

It’s a snap! This week’s roundup includes a new accessory from Snapchat that lets you create sharable images directly from your Spectacles. Read on!

Read more www.macworld.com


How to add Siri integration to iOS 10 apps
How to add Siri integration to iOS 10 apps

One of the final frontiers for mobile app extensions was the ability to interact with Siri—many developers have been wanting this functionality for years. Now that’s possible with SiriKit. SiriKit, which was released at WWDC 2016, is a way for developers to add voice interaction through Siri into their iOS 10 apps.

Read more www.msn.com


Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Latitude — Curated iOS Travel App
Latitude — Curated iOS Travel App

Andrew Aquino forwarded an email to his “design army” about an opportunity involving mockups and prototypes for an iOS travel app, plus compensation (


Overcast 3 for iOS
Overcast 3 for iOS

Overcast, the best podcast app for iOS, just got a major overhaul with the release of version 3.0. In that blog post, Marco covers everything that’s new and different, but here are the major things to know going in.

Read more toolsandtoys.net


Creating Enterprise iOS App Download Pages
Creating Enterprise iOS App Download Pages

TestFlight is a great way to distribute apps to select user bases to test upcoming features, but enterprise organizations have different needs than those TestFlight can provide, especially as it relates to build expiration and user enrollment limits. With an Enterprise Apple developer account you have the ability to distribute apps outside of the App Store and TestFlight using the generated enterprise distribution certificate.

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Spot fake Amazon and Yelp reviews on the go with Fakespot for iOS
Spot fake Amazon and Yelp reviews on the go with Fakespot for iOS

Now available for iPhone, this handy tool can help you determine if all those gushing—or glaring—reviews are the real deal. User reviews are the internet’s gift to consumerism. When you want to know if a product or destination is worth your time and money, you can see what others had to say about it. That kind of crowdsourced opinion-sharing simply wasn’t available pre-internet.

Read more www.cnet.com


Tuesday, February 21, 2017
The Real Costs of Building a Mobile App for iOS
The Real Costs of Building a Mobile App for iOS

In a world that has grown increasingly dependent on mobile technology, you should consider having a customized mobile application for your business. In 2014, 60 percent of online traffic came from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. By 2016, that figure had reached 65 percent.

Read more www.entrepreneur.com



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