4 Awesome iPhone Camera Apps

4 awesome iPhone camera apps you really need to try

By on July 24, 2014 at 12:42 PM.

4 awesome iPhone camera apps you really need to try

Your iPhone is a pretty formidable camera on its own, but there are plenty of affordable ways to make it even better without attaching any additional hardware. Forbes contributor Amadou Diallo has concocted a list of the four best camera apps for the iPhone, all of which you can download for less than $10 to make your photos look better than ever. More →

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Google Maps Features

The fantastic new Google Maps feature we’ve been waiting for is finally here

By on July 24, 2014 at 10:35 AM.

The fantastic new Google Maps feature we’ve been waiting for is finally here

Earlier this week, we told you about a fantastic new feature coming to the Google Maps Mobile app that could potentially change the way you explore the areas around you. Well, Google on Wednesday afternoon announced that its terrific new Explore feature has now rolled out to its iOS and Android mobile apps. More →

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Best Free iPhone Apps

4 awesome paid iPhone apps you can now download for free

4 awesome paid iPhone apps you can now download for free

By on July 24, 2014 at 9:45 AM.

Is your iPhone or iPad looking a bit barren these days? Do you need some cool apps to help breathe new life into your iOS device? Don’t despair, friends, because we have just what the doctor ordered. Paid iPhone and iPad apps go on sale all the time, and we dig through them all to offer you the most solid selection available. Today, we have four nifty apps for you to check out. More →

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Fleksy 3.0 Android App Update

Fleksy keyboard brings new tricks to Android as it prepares for iOS 8′s arrival

By on July 23, 2014 at 6:30 PM.

Fleksy keyboard brings new tricks to Android as it prepares for iOS 8′s arrival

Fleksy, a popular Android keyboard app that’s going to also be available on iOS 8 devices this year, on Wednesday released a new update in the Google Play Store that brings various new features including a major redesign, premium themes and emoji, and 17 new languages that had only been available in the beta. More →

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LG G3 QuickCircle Apps and Games

No, LG, we don’t want to play in your circle

By on July 23, 2014 at 4:30 PM.

No, LG, we don’t want to play in your circle

The LG G3 is one of the latest Android beasts to hit stores, and one of the few smartphones that actually packs a high-resolution 2K display that offers users an even better mobile experience, whether they’re browsing the web, watching videos or – especially – playing games. So why on earth would you want G3 buyers to play games that occupy only a tiny portion of that gorgeous new display, LG? More →

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Windows 9 for Desktop, Smartphone and Xbox

Windows 9: One OS to rule all devices

By on July 23, 2014 at 2:00 PM.

Windows 9: One OS to rule all devices

Unlike Apple, which thinks merging iOS and OS X would be a “waste of energy,” Microsoft wants one single Windows operating system to be available to all its device users, whether they’re Windows Phone handset owners, Xbox fans, or rely on a Windows computer for work or play. Business Insider reports that CEO Satya Nadella said on the company’s FQ4 earnings conference call that a future version of Windows will merge all current Windows versions, becoming an “operating system that covers all screen sizes.” More →

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Google Play Store Material Design Update

Android L’s gorgeous Material Design is coming soon to all Android phones… sort of

By on July 23, 2014 at 11:55 AM.

Android L’s gorgeous Material Design is coming soon to all Android phones… sort of

After a report a few days ago revealed that Google was working on updating its Play Store (desktop and Android app versions) to include its new Material Design, Google on Tuesday teased the new redesign coming to the Play Store Android app. More →

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OS X Yosemite Beta Download

Want to start using OS X Yosemite before it launches this fall? Here’s how you can

By on July 23, 2014 at 10:31 AM.

Want to start using OS X Yosemite before it launches this fall? Here’s how you can

Developers and people with access to developer accounts have already been able to try out the OS X Yosemite in beta form for more than a month, but soon Apple will make the beta version of its new OS available to a much wider audience. As promised at WWDC 2014, Apple will roll out a free Yosemite public beta release this summer, so anyone who’s interested in running Apple’s latest operating system on a Mac can test drive it before it’s released this fall.

The company told The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple that the public beta will be released on Thursday, July 24th. More →

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iOS 8 and Yosemite Release Date

Why it makes sense for iOS 8 and Yosemite to launch separately

By on July 23, 2014 at 9:20 AM.

Why it makes sense for iOS 8 and Yosemite to launch separately

Apple’s new operating systems for mobile devices and computers will not launch simultaneously, 9to5Mac has learned from sources familiar with the matter, but that’s not necessarily surprising, even though iOS and OS X will be tied together more than ever once iOS 8 and Yosemite are released. More →

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Apple's iOS Backdoor Features

Apple denies intentionally compromising iOS security, explains ‘backdoor’ features

By on July 23, 2014 at 8:45 AM.

Apple denies intentionally compromising iOS security, explains ‘backdoor’ features

Following an extensive security report from an iOS forensic and security expert that questioned some of Apple’s iOS tools when it comes to the user’s security and privacy (see his questions in the image above), Apple has taken another step to address “backdoor” concerns on top of stating that it’s not working with anyone to include backdoors in any of its products. More →

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iOS 8 Beta 4 Features: EU Internet

iOS 8 beta 4 comes with special roaming setting for Europe

By on July 22, 2014 at 11:30 PM.

iOS 8 beta 4 comes with special roaming setting for Europe

Among the new features added to iOS 8 beta 4, Apple’s latest iOS 8 pre-release version that was released to developers on Monday, there’s nifty a new setting ready to handle roaming in the European Union, Cult of Mac reports. More →

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Humin Contacts iPhone App

Meet Humin, the Google Now-like assistant you desperately need

By on July 22, 2014 at 3:40 PM.

Meet Humin, the Google Now-like assistant you desperately need

Humin is a new iPhone application that can aggregate certain data from all sorts of sources to make your life easier, The Wall Street Journal reports. Specifically, Humin is able to pull contacts from various interactions, keep them in order on all devices and offer context-aware features. Humin founder Ankur Jain described the service as a “social OS,” with the app’s main purpose being making contacts management a much easier day-to-day chore. More →

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