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Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android is now out of private beta

Microsoft Edge users who want to bring the browser experience to their mobile devices can do that now. The mobile browser is now out of private beta and available for all iOS and Android users. Just like the other browsers available on these platforms. Edge will let you easily sync things like your browsing history, logins, passwords, and open tabs to and from your smartphone. If that’s something you need, you can start downloading now.


Christie's uses AR to place artwork in your surroundings using iOS app

Fine art auction house Christie's is using the power of Augmented Reality to showcase upcoming artworks and digitally project them into your homes or offices. Imagine having Leonardo Da Vinci's $450,000.000 'Salvator Mundi' hanging over your mantle, you get the idea. Christie's is enabling certain lots to be AR enabled via their iOS app and is focusing on its Asian Contemporary and Chinese Contemporary Ink collections which are included in an upcoming collections. This is a superb use of AR technology using tools like iPhones and iPads which most people already have. 

Source: Christie's


Amazon redesigns Kindle app

You might have noticed a new look to Amazon’s Kindle app. If you haven’t, well, we’re bringing your attention to it. The app from the icon to its user interface has a newer, sleeker look. There are new things like larger book covers, new fonts, as well as a new light or dark background theme options. The bottom bar has been revamped too to show what book you’re currently reading, making it easier to go back to what you’ve been reading at any time. It also shows you Kindle’s more popular features like Home, Library, Store, and more. Search is also easier with the revamped app as it appears everywhere within the app. The redesign is available for both iOS and Android.


Delta to swap out Microsoft devices for Apple gadgets

If you’re taking a Delta flight in the near future, you’ll soon see the company’s employees using iPhones and iPads instead of Nokia phones and Surface tablets. The airline plans to switch to iOS devices in 2018. The news about this move came from an email that was obtained by MacOSKen from two different sources; however, Delta hasn’t publicly announced the news just yet. The iPhone 7 Plus will be taking the place of the Nokia phones they use, while the iPad Pro will be replacing the Microsoft Surface tablets. These mobile devices have been used for things like in-flight customer service and sales as well as electronic flight bag. The change will affect over 23,000 flight attendants and 14,000 pilots. Delta says it plans to maintain its partnership with Microsoft but the entire suit of tools used by the pilots and flight crew will be powered by iOS. Delta is joining other Joint Venture partners like Aeromexico, Air France, KLM, and Virgin Atlantic in adopting iOS as its platform of choice. 

Source: Cult of Mac