It’s time to put the iPhone 5s’s movement tracker to use with Runkeeper’s Breeze app. This pedometer app tracks your daily and even weekly steps, lets you set daily goals, and provides you with real-time status updates. If you want a more automated approach to setting goals, Breeze has a built-in coach of sorts to help you reach your walking goals.
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A recent report from Bloomberg claims Apple plans to integrate the song recognition feature of Shazam into future iteration of iOS. It would be similar to how the mobile platform is integrated in Twitter without the need to download a separate app. It will also be able to use Siri to name a song you hear instead of having to open an app. This could be a handy feature if the rumours will ever be confirmed. Perhaps Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference will bring this rumour to light or debunk the report.
PhatWare Corp. today is proud to announce it has renamed its new WritePro word processing app for iPhone and iPad as WritePad Pro. PhatWare has decided to change the app name to leverages the strong brand awareness and foundational technology of PhatWare's popular WritePad app and handwriting recognition SDK.
WritePad Pro, which builds upon WritePad's powerful handwriting recognition technology, adds rich text editing which can be combined with images, custom drawings, and text. The app also integrates with various system resources such as email, contacts, maps, iCloud, social networks, and others. WritePad Pro creates HTML and PDF documents and can open text, Microsoft Word, RTF and HTML files for editing.
Apple isn’t sitting idly by as Microsoft introduced the new Office for iPad. The Cupertino-based tech company updated its iWork suite to share read-only documents and allow users to open iWork documents from iCloud webmail. Other cross-app updates include the ability to edit imported charts and a new editor tab. The updates are available on the Mac, iOS, and iCloud. Hit jump to see the new features on for iWork across iOS and OS X.
More and more Apple users are adopting iOS 7, according to the report Apple shown on its support page for developers. Apple iOS 7 (including iOS 7.1) have reached the 85 percent mark, while iOS 6 has dropped to 12 percent. The numbers are based on the usage of the App Store.
Apple first published the iOS numbers based on App Store usage back on December 1, 2013. At that time, 74 percent of users were using iOS 7, 22 percent were using iOS 6, and 4 percent were using earlier versions.
Source: The Next Web
Beginning March 19, customers using Starbucks App for iPhone in the U.S., U.K. and Canada will experience a streamlined design and easy access to their account and My Starbucks Rewards information. In addition, customers using the app will have the option to leave a tip at more than 7,000 company-operated Starbucks® stores in the U.S.