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iOS 15 Maps

Maps gets a great new feature in iOS 15 that Apple never announced

July 27th, 2021

Apple officially announced iOS 15 at WWDC back in June. It’s not quite as significant as iOS 14 was, but iOS 15 is packed with new features and improvements. One of those improvements is the redesign of the Maps app. Apple’s first-party navigation app has needed a refresh for quite some time. It’s mostly caught …

Citizen app

This crazy iPhone app will pay you $250/day to livestream crime scenes

July 26th, 2021

The Citizen app is raising eyebrows again. A few months ago, this neighborhood watch-style crime alert app made headlines for a test it was running. It involved sending its own on-demand private security vehicles to “patrol” various neighborhoods. Sort of an extension of the local police department, if you will. That news, however, coupled with …

Carrot Weather Wet Bulb

This award-winning weather app has a new feature that can save your life

July 24th, 2021

The summer is in full swing in the northern hemisphere, but that’s not entirely good news. We’ve witnessed unusual weather phenomenons around the world in the past few weeks that reinforce the obvious. Climate change is real. As a result, weather apps are more critical than ever. You should check the ones you’ve got installed …

Internet Outage

It’s not just you: Thousands of major websites just went offline

July 22nd, 2021

In what is becoming an alarmingly common occurrence, some of the internet’s biggest websites, apps, and services have gone offline. At around 10:00 a.m. ET on Thursday, outages for dozens of popular services were reported on DownDetector. PlayStation Network, HBO Max, Amazon, FedEx, Airbnb, and Mcdonald’s are just a few of the top websites and …