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Scrivener Is Now Available On iOS

07/20/2016, Earlier this year we reported that popular writing app for the Mac “Scrivener” would be making its way onto iOS. For those who prefer writing down ideas on their phones since they tend to carry their phones around more often than their laptops, this...

Apple Fixes FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug

07/19/2016, No one likes being eavesdropped on, especially by people that they don’t know. It’s not really about the content of the conversation, but rather simple basic privacy. Now Apple’s FaceTime had a bug that allowed third-parties to eavesdrop on...

Intelligent Camera ‘Microsoft Pix’ Will Be Coming To iOS

07/17/2016, Default camera apps are usually pretty simple and straightforward. They let you point at an object or a person and snap a photo. Of course there are slightly more advanced features like adding filters, setting a timer, enabling HDR, and so on. However if...

Adobe Lightroom For iOS Lets You Edit RAW Files On Your Phone

07/14/2016, For the average photographer who just wants to capture images, shooting exclusively in JPEG is fine. However for photographers who are a bit more fussy about how their images turn out in post-processing might choose to shoot in RAW which gives them a...

Google Photos For iOS Updated With Speed Improvements

07/13/2016, While iOS users have iCloud to backup their photos, it doesn’t hurt to have more than one backup option in the event that something goes wrong with the first. Google Photos has been a good alternative as it is free as long as you keep the photos under...

Apple To Launch iOS Academy In Italy This October

07/11/2016, If you’re thinking about getting into app development and you’re worried that you’re too old and there’s too much material to cover, we get it, it can be intimidating. However there are also tons of programs out there that aim to teach users from...

Users Report Being Locked Out Of Apple ID In iOS 10 Beta 2

07/07/2016, Uh-oh, it seems that there is a good reason they are called betas because it isn’t 100% ready for primetime yet, which is what some users have discovered after they updated their iOS devices to the second beta of iOS 10. According to these users, they...

iOS 10, macOS Sierra Public Betas Have Been Released

07/07/2016, Are you interested in getting an early peek at what Apple might be cooking up in iOS 10 and macOS Sierra? If you are a developer, chances are you might have already gotten your hands on the developer previews for either platform, but if you’re just the...

Pokemon Go Is Now Live In The US

07/07/2016, Yesterday Pokemon Go was launched for Australia and New Zealand. Many were wondering about its US release and last we heard, gamers in the US and Japan were told to wait for a while. Turns out it wasn’t that much of a wait because according to reports,...

Messages Emoji Pack For iOS 10 Revealed

07/06/2016, Apple’s Messages is an app that for the most part has acted as a glorified app that sends SMS, or if sending to another iOS user, will send as an iMessage. However in terms of features, it’s not exactly on par with the likes of WhatsApp or Snapchat,...

Pokemon Go Launched In Australia & New Zealand

07/06/2016, A couple of months ago, it was announced that there would be a beta for Pokemon Go in the US. It looks like the beta might want went pretty well because according to reports, it looks like game is now officially live and has made its onto iOS and Android...

Spotify Claims Apple Won’t Approve Their Latest App Update

06/30/2016, As it stands, Spotify is probably the king of the hill when it comes to music streaming. Last we heard, Spotify was boasting 100 million subscribers, of which 30 million are paid subscribers. However could it be that Apple is trying to stifle the...

Facebook Launches Human-Curated Featured Events List

06/27/2016, Usually when it comes to Facebook events, how events are sometimes recommended to you are when you get notifications informing you that your friends are attending an event that is near you, or it pops up on your feed that your friends are attending an...

Apple Introduces ‘Differential Privacy’ In iOS 10

06/24/2016, In the past, Apple has been very firm about not collecting data from its users, but now that data is required from users in order to help facilitate AI and make it smarter and more aware about its users, Apple wants its customers to know that this is...