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Entries in iOS (202)

Monday
Jul212014

YouTube iOS app gets YouTube Mix

If you’re an Android user, you have probably noticed the auto-generated playlist YouTube Mix on the app.  Now, iOS users are finally getting the feature on their iPhones and iPads. YouTube Mix has been around since April 2013 on the desktop and made its way to the Android app earlier this year. It compiles 50 videos for your viewing pleasure and pulls up another 50 if you’ve breezed through the initial ones.

Source: The Next Web

Monday
Jul142014

Shazam now lets you stream full tracks from Rdio within the app

If you’ve wanted to listen to a full track on Shazam, then you can now do that with the help of Rdio. A recent update will let you playback an entire song using Rdio’s library. The catch is you have to have a Rdio subscription. If you do, you just need to link the two apps and you are good to go. The tracks you “Shazamed” will be sorted into its own playlist and there will also be an “Add to Playlist” button to put the song into your playlist of choice. The update is already available for iOS devices and will come to Android in the following days.

Source: Shazam

Friday
Jul112014

Google Maps for iOS gets improved search capabilities, shows appointments

Google Maps for iOS is slowly catching up with its Android counterpart with this latest update. The app now shows your search results along with descriptions as well as the location of the appointments you have (if you are a Gmail user, that is).  And in case you want to find out what’s happening in your area, the Explore view now shows you what’s nearby. If you would like to try out these new features, you can download Google Maps here.

Source: Engadget

Friday
Jul112014

The Apple Beat: 6 years on, the App Store remains the standard in curated ecosystems


By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

It's hard to believe that the original iPhone didn't ship with any 'real' apps and that it took over a year for Apple to consider opening its device to developers and third-party applications. Six years on, the App Store has evolved into the best example of a tightly curated app ecosystem.

Apple's success with the iOS App Store owes a lot to Apple's experience with iTunes although apps and music and movies are fundamentally different, the way these were presented was familiar enough to users who were buying apps to enhance their mobile devices. The App Store was a quick success, it inspired the Mac App store and made it possible to buy applications directly from a Mac and, even better, application updates are now handled automatically in the background.

More importantly, the App Store has become a storefront for thousands of developers and their mobile apps. It is by far the most profitable platform for mobile developers. 75 billion app downloads have been made in the past six years. 

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Thursday
Jun262014

Read 5000 newspapers from all over the world on your iPhone/iPad with Ynews

Following the success of myTuner Radio, AppGeneration has just released a brand new media app for iOS, named Ynews. With this new app you can browse more than 5000 online newspapers in 80 countries. It also allows you to read the news on your native language without needing to leave the app. Since it auto translates newspaper websites, it enables you to read a Chinese newspaper in Russian, an English tech magazine in Spanish or a Thai economic newspaper in French!

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Tuesday
Jun242014

Google+ lets you re-edit your edited photos

Confused? Well, it’s much simpler than the title of this entry. Google+ Photos is giving users the ability to return to the previous edits you’ve done on your photos. It also keeps the original image intact so you don’t have to worry about your image getting “destroyed.” For example, you can keep the frame choice you selected for a previously edited image and adjust brightness and contrast. You just need to open “Edits” on the Chrome editor to adjust the edits you have previously made.

According to Engadget, it currently only works on Chrome. But iOS, Android, and Chrome will be getting the new Auto Awesome Effects that stylizes your image when you upload it. Of course, you can remove this edit, too, if you don’t like it.