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Hearthstone Hero Khadgar Will Only Be Available On iOS

04/15/2016, Are you looking for a new hero to play with in Hearthstone? If you are, you might be interested to learn that Blizzard has introduced the Archmage Khadgar to the game where he has been described as, “The Archmage Khadgar is a well-known hero to the...

Gear Manager App For iOS Leaked Online

04/14/2016, The Samsung Gear S2 is definitely not the latest smartwatch around, but it is only smartwatch from Samsung that will be supported on iOS, at least so far. Support for the smartwatch was announced earlier this year where it was suggested that the support...

Screenshots Reveal Microsoft’s Word Flow Keyboard For iOS

04/12/2016, A report from January earlier this year revealed that Microsoft’s Word Flow keyboard would be making its way to iOS. It is now towards the middle of April and the app has yet to be released, but thanks to a report by Windows Central, they have managed...

Microsoft Releases Hub Keyboard For iOS

04/08/2016, A couple of months ago, Microsoft launched the Hub keyboard for Android devices. At that time it was unclear if the app would ever find its way onto iOS especially given that there are some apps for Android that have remained exclusive. However for iOS...

Official Reddit App Released For iOS And Android

04/07/2016, Yesterday we brought word that the official Reddit app would be released soon, and it looks like we did not have to wait too long. For those who are itching to get their hands on the app, it seems that it has already been launched and is currently...

Official Reddit App For iOS And Android Coming Soon

04/06/2016, For the longest time ever, Reddit did not have an official app for smartphones. The closest we got to an official app was when Reddit acquired Alien Blue and made the third-party app an unofficial “official” app, but even then the app was limited to...

Apple Fixes Siri Lock Screen Bug Server Side

04/06/2016, Yesterday we reported that while iOS 9.3.1 fixed one of the annoying issues found in iOS 9.3, it also presented another problem, which is that a new bug was discovered that allowed non-authorized users to gain access to your contacts and your photos. The...

Twitter Introduces A New Way To Share Tweets Privately

04/05/2016, Twitter has been working to improve the Direct Message feature and today it has introduced a change that brings an easier way for users to share tweets privately. Starting today users will notice something new on tweets, it’s a Message button, the...

iOS 9.3.1 Security Flaw Discovered

04/05/2016, Several days ago, Apple released the iOS 9.3.1 update. This update fixed one of the annoying issues with iOS 9.3, which was that it finally got links to work properly again. Unfortunately it seems that fixing one problem has led to a new problem being...

Facebook Releases Tool To Help The Blind ‘See’ Photos

04/05/2016, Many of us take our sight for granted. We see photos posted on social media networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and etc., and sure we might make fun of some photos, complain about some, but there are some who are blind or visually impaired who are...

Pebble Text Replies To iOS Users Arrives For Verizon

04/04/2016, It was in November last year that Pebble rolled out a Text Reply feature for iOS, which would at long last, allow iPhone users to be able to respond to incoming text messages right there and then on their Pebble smartwatch using a voice note or a default...

iOS 9.3 Also Crashes iPhone 6s, 6s Plus

03/27/2016, It looks like iOS 9.3, having been released a week or so ago, has not been all that plain sailing after all. Those who are rocking to an iPhone 6s or an iPhone 6s Plus with iOS 9.3 installed would find that selected apps simply do not run well at all, or...

YouTube Gets Split View And Slide Over Support On iPad

03/23/2016, Google has updated the YouTube app for iOS and it now brings support for Slide Over and Split View features on the tablet. These are the two primarily multitasking features on the iPad that enable users to use apps in a way that they would multitask on a...