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Google for iOS gets GIFs in Image Search


Here’s a timewaster for you. Google updated it iOS app to let you play GIFs in Image Search. All you need to do is tap on the image and get mesmerized by the GIF of your choice. Goodbye, productivity!

If you want something on the more productive side, Google app now also shows map results when you search for an address. You can also add photos to your favorite locations while in search.

Source: The Next Web | Download: iTunes App Store (Free)


YouTube for iOS gets Material Design refresh and in-app video editing

YouTube has finally brought the Material Design look to its iOS app. It’s also helping out on-the-go vloggers with new in-app video editing tools. It’s easier to look for recommended videos, favorite channels, and subscriptions with the new design. All you need to do is swipe left or right or tap on the new simplified icons. And as mentioned, you can edit your videos on the fly before you upload it on your channel. If you just want to send out a simple video for your followers, you can now do it within the YouTube app.

Source: 9to5Mac | Download: iTunes App Store (Free)


Google Drive wants to back up your photos in iOS

Google Drive for iOS gets an update to make it easier to back up your iPhone photos. The latest update from lets you back up and share photos and videos from the iOS Photos app. You can now use Drive as an extension for the share sheet in iOS. It’s still a manual process to upload photos to Drive but it’s much easier. The update also now lets you open, edit, and save back to Google Drive using other apps.

Source: The Next Web | Download: iTunes App Store (Free)


Airmail for Mac gets El Capitan ready with new update

Airmail for the Mac is all set to take on the new features of El Capitan and possibly even iOS with its latest update. It now supports features like split screen and has preference syncing via iCloud. It even now has support for Handoff, too. The app also now supports native integration of Wunderlist and Todoist. Plus, it gets a bit of an interface redesign, too.

Source: Lifehacker | Download: iTunes App Store ($11.99)


Launch Center Pro for iOS lets you launch apps from Notification Center 

Launcher app and notification tool Launch Center Pro is making it easier for you to navigate your iPhone. The app now has a Today Widget that lets you launch apps and actions from your Notification Center. For example, you can call or message a specific person or get directions with Google Maps right from the Notification Center. The app supports over 100,000 apps you can create launchers for so many things. 

Source: Lifehacker | Download: iTunes App Store (US$3.99)