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Sprinkles Is Microsoft’s New AI-Powered Selfie App

04/04/2017, As if there aren’t already enough selfie apps out there, Microsoft today announced its new Sprinkles app that’s powered by artificial intelligence. It’s quite similar to other apps of its kind on the face of it. Sprinkles enables users...

Apple To Reimburse Customers Who Purchased ‘Workflow’ App

04/04/2017, As you might about a couple of weeks ago, Apple announced that they would be acquiring the Workflow app. The app has since become a free download for iOS users, but what does that mean for those who might have purchased the app from before? The good news...

iOS 10.3.1 Released With Fix For WiFi Security Flaw

04/03/2017, The other day Apple released the iOS 10.3 update which is one of the company’s more major updates to date ahead of iOS 11. Now one of the changes that Apple made to iOS 10 with the update is patch a couple of security flaws, but it seems that they might...

SoundCloud For iOS Now Supports Chromecast Streaming

04/01/2017, Just because the Chromecast is a Google-made device doesn’t necessarily mean that it is locked to Android devices. Google knows this and the company has so far done a good job at allowing their apps and services to be used with non-Android devices, such...

iOS 10.3 Fixes Flaw That Lets iPhones Repeatedly Call 911

03/30/2017, Back in October 2016, it was discovered that a flaw within iOS 10 could be exploited in which iPhones were made to dial 911 repeatedly. Given that dialing 911 as a prank is illegal as it basically ties up the lines for people who actually do have an...

iOS 10.3 Should Make Your iPhone Feel Faster

03/29/2017, Just the other day Apple released iOS 10.3 and if you needed a reason to update, apart from the patching of a Safari security hole, it seems that there is a good chance that if you were to update your iPhone to iOS 10.3, you might notice some speed...

Apple Will Now Reject Apps That Put Prices In Their Name

03/29/2017, How often have you come across an app that had the word “FREE” or “ON SALE” in its name? We guess it helps to attract users since those terms will no doubt make users want to check it out, right? However it seems that Apple is no longer having any...

Android Could Beat iOS In App Store Revenue This Year

03/29/2017, Despite Android clearly being the more dominant smartphone operating system compared to iOS, developers still love developing for iOS simply because it has been found that iOS users are more willing to pay for apps compared to Android users, which in turn...

iOS 10.3 Seems To Be Freeing Up Some Storage Space For Users

03/28/2017, With the release of iOS 10.3, you might have heard that Apple has made some changes to the file storage system in iOS where they are moving from HFS+ to APFS. For the average user this might not mean much, at least not at first, but the folks at...

Google’s iOS App Comes With Gboard Built Into It

03/28/2017, You might have heard that back in 2016, Google launched a standalone keyboard app called Gboard which is now available on both iOS and Android devices. Now it looks like Google is deepening their grip on iOS users because in an update to its iOS app,...

iOS 10.3 Patches Safari Security Hole

03/28/2017, iOS 10.3 has been released for iOS users, and we know that there are some users out there who tend to wait before updating to see if there are any bugs. That is completely understandable, however for security reasons perhaps it might be worth updating to...

iOS 10.3 Lets Users Leave In-App Ratings

03/27/2017, As you might have heard, iOS 10.3 is now live and if you haven’t updated to it already, you should. Now the update clearly brings about a host of changes to iOS 10, and one of those changes will be to apps and how users and developers handle ratings and...