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Microsoft Releases Solitaire For iOS And Android

11/23/2016, If you’ve ever used Windows then you might have played Solitaire. It’s a small game that has been included in every major Windows release for more than 25 years. It has been limited to Microsoft’s platform for over two decades but the...

Facebook Testing Feature That Helps You Find Free Public WiFi

11/22/2016, Looking for free public WiFi can be tricky. Most of the time public WiFi services tend to require users to sign up, and even then their service is spotty. You could always try your luck at a cafe, but those tend to be password protected, and unless...

Malicious Link Will Cause iOS Devices To Crash

11/22/2016, As much as some would love to claim, Apple’s iOS platform is exactly what you would call bulletproof against hacks and malware. Granted there aren’t as many malwares out there aimed at iOS devices, but in the past there have been quite a few major...

iOS Flaw Lets Anyone Access Your Photos Without A Passcode

11/18/2016, So you think that your iPhone is secure and safe from prying eyes because you have a passcode activated? Think again. According to a report from DigiWorthy, it seems that a new iOS flaw has been discovered that basically allows whoever the hacker is to...

Patent Shows Siri Integration With iMessages

11/18/2016, One of the unique features of Google’s Allo app is that it integrates Google Assistant into the chat. This means that when chatting with friends, you can actually chat with Google Assistant to check up on certain things, make restaurant bookings, and so...

Firefox Focus Is A New Fast And Private Browser For iOS

11/17/2016, Mozilla today announced the launch of Firefox Focus, its new free, fast, and private browser for iOS. The company’s objective with this browser is to make the web feel less cluttered for users. It’s being billed as the perfect browser for the...

Apple Purges Over 47,000 Broken & Outdated Apps From The App Store

11/15/2016, Over time sometimes apps can get neglected. This can be because the app’s developer is no longer interested in continuing to support the app, maybe the company has gone broke, maybe there are newer versions that they’d much rather support, and so on....

Google Launches PhotoScan App That Helps Scan & Store Old Photos

11/15/2016, In today’s modern age of smartphones and digital cameras, taking photos and developing them using film is no longer considered the norm, but rather a specialized hobby of sorts. Sure, there are still tons of people out there who love the film format,...

Super Mario Run iOS Release Date Confirmed

11/15/2016, Nintendo announced a new game at Apple’s iPhone 7 event back in September. The company says that the game – Super Mario Run – is “the first-ever mobile game featuring the most iconic video game hero of all time.” The game was...

Apple TV Apps Can Now Be Purchased On iOS & macOS Devices

11/09/2016, It is clear that Apple does envision a future in which all of their products and services are linked to each other regardless of whether it runs on iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, and so on. We’re already seeing that happen with iOS and macOS where you can...

Gmail For iOS Finally Has Same Features As Its Android Counterpart

11/07/2016, Since Google owns Android you can expect the platform to get preferential treatment when it comes to updates for apps that are available on both Android and iOS. Now it may not have done that deliberately, but the Gmail for iOS app has long been lacking...

WhatsApp For iOS Gets GIF Support

11/07/2016, WhatsApp conversations on iOS just got a whole lot better. The Facebook-owned cross-platform messaging service has flipped the switch on GIF support in the iOS app. This means that users on iOS can easily send and receive GIFs in WhatsApp chats. The...

‘Find My iPhone’ Could Soon Work Even If Your Phone Is Dead

11/04/2016, Apple’s “Find my iPhone” feature is pretty handy and has probably helped many iPhone users locate their lost devices. In some instances in the past, we have heard how the feature has actually been used to help police to find stolen items, rescue...