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Twitter now classified as a ‘news’ app on the Apple App Store

Twitter is no longer a social network. Or at least it’s no longer classified as one on the Apple App Store. It’s migrated from “social networking” to “news” on the app store where it now sits on top in the top free apps chart. On the Google Play store, though, it still remains under the “social” label. The switch is seen as a reaction to the social network lagging behind competitors like Facebook in the social networking category. This’ll perhaps bring attention to the app more and it highlights Twitter’s differentiator from its rivals with its real-time breaking news updates. Twitter’s still suffering from sluggish user growth so any approach to get more eyeballs and users on its platform is welcome.

The change, though, also highlights Apple’s issues with making apps more discoverable. App developers are said to be frustrated with the tech giant and discoverability issues on the platform. Even with the use of search, it’ll take a while to find relevant apps. Apple’s been making changes for this but it still has more work to do in this respect.

Source: Mashable


Snapchat on iOS lets you swap faces with any photo in your camera roll

Snapchat’s new update for its iOS apps brings a nifty new feature we’ll probably see people playing around with a lot. The app will let you face swap with any photo in your camera roll. When you select the face swap button in the masking features, you’ll see a second face swap button appear next to the original. This purple button has a little camera icon to let you swap with a photo from your camera roll.

The latest update also brings with it the ability to replay a snap one more time for free. Snapchat used to charge $0.99 for this feature. But they seem to have found a different way to make a quick buck. You can’t purchase any more extra replays from the app either. No word yet when the new feature will make its way to Android but we should hear from them soon.

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


Google integrating Goals feature in Calendar starting today

Google is expanding the functionality of their Calendar App by adding a new Goals feature on mobile. According to Google, "Goals is a tool that makes it easier to find the time to do the things that really matter to you.  Whether it’s running, practicing yoga or learning a new language—you can now add a personal goal—like “run 3 times a week”—and Calendar will help you find the time and stick to it."

To set a goal (like “Work out more”), simply answer a few questions (like “How often?” and “Best time?”), and you’re all set. From there Calendar will look at your schedule and find the best windows to pencil in time for that goal.

Calendar can help you adjust in a number of important ways. For example, Calendar will automatically reschedule if you add another event that's a direct conflict with a goal. You can also can defer a goal at any time, and Calendar will make time for it later.To get started, download the Google Calendar app for Android or iPhone, and set your first goal.


Review: Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

iPad Pro is truly evolving into a platform. While the iPad mini and older iPad Air devices will continue to offer all the great content consumption features and still be the best tablets on the planet, the iPad Pro line can focus on more serious and mission critical applications.

Apple’s iPad Pro 9.7-inch offers the biggest evolution in the tablet space by bringing many of the key features of the larger iPad Pro (12.9) into a more familiar size as well as a lower price point. 

Apple’s always positioned the iPad as a Post PC device and the heir apparent to personal computing. Larger than the iPhone, yet smaller than a MacBook, the iPad’s evolved thanks to a supportive ecosystem of applications and accessories as well as Apple’s quest to consistently make it thinner, lighter and more powerful. With the iPad Pro, Apple’s actually managed to make their tablet’s performance match that of a PC’s and even surpass some PCs in terms of display quality, 4K video capture and editing right on the device.

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Google brings Cardboard SDK to iOS

As the rumours have suggested, Google is bringing its Cardboard SDK to iOS developers. This means, developers of iPhone apps can create apps that will work with Google's virtual reality viewer. The Google Cardboard is a low-cost viewer that lets you slot in your smartphone into the front of the viewer to bring both virtual and augmented reality experiences to you via apps.

Aside from launching the SDK for iOS, Google's also introduced VR view, a feature to let developers include immersive content within apps and websites. It can turn images and videos into 360-degree VR images and videos that can be viewed on the desktop or with a phone attached to a Cardboard viewer. Both the SDK and the tools needed to create VR views are available starting today.

Source: MacRumors