RECO, the first iOS mobile application that provides users with access to a global community of friends and influencers to discover, share, capture, and discuss books through an easy-to-use and beautifully designed mobile experience. RECO’s book recommendations are curated and shared by a trusted community of friends and experts rather than through the impersonal suggestions of an algorithm, as is widely used by other services.
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Seattle based Qrayon today released Cardflow 2.1 for the iPad, a major update to their popular digital index card App. Cardflow 2.1 adds major new features including the ability to insert links to web pages and online videos, and create tappable hotspots to navigate between cards. This can be used for mind-mapping and to create interactive experiences without any coding. Links continue to work in exported PDFs, which can be shared with colleagues and friends.
Cardflow is a popular tool for novelists, screenwriters, students, educators, and business decision makers. The new features in Cardflow 2.1 dramatically expand its capabilities.
Beginning today, Airbnb is rolling out an updated app, with a range of new features, and launching a global brand campaign that will encourage people to change the way they experience the world around them.
“Our hosts offer more than just generic hospitality - they welcome travelers from around the world into their communities. Today is the start of an exciting journey to help people not just go somewhere, but truly live there.”
With over two million homes, Airbnb is already one of the world’s largest accommodation providers; more than 80 million people worldwide have already had a unique experience by staying in someone’s home when they travel. Having opened the doors to homes around the world, these new developments will go further in helping travelers live like a local in the neighborhoods around them.
Apple's App Store had a record-breaking period this past holiday season. In the two weeks ending January 3, customers spent over $1.1 billion (USD) on apps and in-app purchases, setting back-to-back weekly records for traffic and purchases. January 1, 2016 marked the biggest day in App Store history with customers spending over $144 million (USD). It broke the previous single-day record set just a week earlier on Christmas Day.
Possibly an indicator of new iPhones and iPads sold over the holidays with new owners downloading apps (we'll know more on Apple's earnings call on January 26), this latest news reflects Apple's lead in developer communities and app ecosystems.
By Sonya Davidson
You're off to college or university and whether it's your first year, or your last, the new school year brings a lot of excitement and okay, a little stress especially if you've moved away from home. You may find yourself in a totally new city for school. You've got to make new friends, get organized, and stay focused for the year to come.
We've been playing around with the Apple Watch as well to see how it helps us navigate through our daily life to bring you some handy ways to keep on top of things. So, here are some Apple Watch apps that can help you do that!