iOS 13.2 Found To Be Too Aggressive In Killing Background Apps
As our smartphones play home to many different types of apps that we use quite often throughout the day, it need to be smart about the way it handles multitasking. There needs to be a balance struck between keeping those apps in the memory so that users can quickly return to it when they need to, while at the same time ensuring they don’t drain battery in the background, or […]

Adobe Photoshop For The iPad Has Been Officially Launched
Last year, Adobe announced that they would be bringing a more robust version of Photoshop for the iPad. The good news is that if you love the idea of a more powerful photo and image editing app for your tablet, then you will be pleased to learn that Adobe has officially released Photoshop for the iPad.

Waze’s Carpool Gets Added To Moovit’s Public Transit App
If you do not have the luxury of owning a car, then public transportation is the next best thing. However, public transport can get a bit complicated because to get to certain places, you might need to take the bus and then the train, or vice versa. This means that you definitely need to plan your trip before leaving.

Adobe Shows Off Its AI-Powered Object Selection Tool For Photoshop
Earlier this month, Adobe announced that for the 2020 version of Photoshop, they would be introducing new AI-powered tools, one of which is a smart object selection tool that will make selecting irregular shaped objects easier, especially for beginners and novices who are new to Photoshop.

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Google Pixel 4 Seemingly Blocks These Four Apps From Running At 90Hz
As some of you might have heard, Google’s Pixel 4 has come under fire recently for its 90Hz display, where despite being advertised as such, it was revealed that the display’s refresh rate changes depending on the brightness, where it can drop down to 60Hz. Now it seems that Google might have actually blocked certain apps from ever running at 90Hz.

US Senators Want To Know If Music App TikTok Could Be A National Security Risk
In recent years, we have seen the rise in the popularity of TikTok. For those who are unfamiliar, TikTok is an app in which users can set a song and dance to it and later add all kinds of funky and cool effects. It is basically a fun app that doesn’t seem to do much else, but could it potentially be a national security risk?

Google Chrome Now Supports iOS 13’s Dark Mode
When Apple introduced iOS 13, one of the new features that they brought to the table is a system wide dark mode. This has been a feature that iOS users have been asking for for a while now, and Apple has finally made it happen. Of course, not all third-party apps support the feature just yet, but if you’re a Chrome user, then you might be in luck.

Latest Google Maps Update Isn’t Sitting Well With Law Enforcement
Many of us are probably familiar with Google Maps, but in case you did not know, Google also owns Waze, another navigation app that more or less does the same thing. However, one of the main differences between both apps is that with Waze, it comes with crowd-sourced information, where users can report accidents, traffic jams, and even police checkpoints.

Banking Apps Start To Blacklist Samsung Galaxy S10 Following Fingerprint Flaw
As you might have heard, Samsung’s newer smartphones that use an in-display fingerprint sensor, have a vulnerability where it seems that using a cheap $3 screen protector is enough to fool it into unlocking for anyone. This has led to security concerns and as such, several banking institutions have started to blacklist the phone for the time-being from using their apps.

Photoshop For iPad Still Launching In 2019, But Might Have Some Missing Features
Last year, it was reported that Adobe would be creating a “real” and full version of Photoshop designed for Apple’s iPad. The app was supposed to be launched this year, but given that we’re almost at the end of the year and the app is nowhere in sight, it’s safe to say that our confidence is not particularly high.

League Of Legends Will Be Coming To Mobile Devices
With how many of us own smartphones, it would be silly for developers to ignore the mobile gaming market. This is why we’re starting to see a rise in video games that were traditionally for PC or console being released on mobile as well. We’ve also started to see developers create games simultaneously for both mobile and PC and/or console.

Reddit Users Will Now Be Able To Share Content Directly To Snapchat
If you’ve an avid Redditor and use Snapchat quite frequently, you’ll be pleased to learn that thanks to an update to the Reddit app, it appears that you will now be able to share Reddit posts directly to Snapchat. While sharing Reddit posts isn’t new, this is more than just users copying and pasting a link.

Controller Support For Call Of Duty: Mobile Still Being Worked On
Games like Call of Duty were designed to be played using controllers like a keyboard, mouse, or a gamepad. So naturally when the game was launched on mobile, some were wondering about whether or not controller support would be coming, and the good news is that it looks like it is in development.

How To Update Apps In iOS 13
In iOS 13, Apple has made some changes to the design of the App Store in which it might not be as obvious anymore when it comes to updating your apps. This guide will show you how to do it.