Tag: Ios

Adobe’s new cross-device video editing app, Premiere Rush CC, is coming to Android in 2019

Social media stars finally have an Adobe video app just for them. Adobe announced its Project Rush cross-device video editing app in June 2018, revealing a platform designed for individuals creating and publishing video content for the web. Now it officially has a name — Premiere Rush CC — and an availability timeline for Android. […]

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Android Police talks Apple: The biometric gap, shifting affordability, and Watch envy

Article Contents Last year, Apple’s iPhone X literally changed how the company’s customers used their phones, dropping such steadfast design choices as the home button and fingerprint sensor in pursuit of that all-screen dream. Yesterday’s announcement wasn’t as shocking, but it did democratize 2017’s changes with the new, more affordable iPhone XR. In its own way, […]

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AccuWeather Will Soon Provide Hyperlocal Place Recommendations Using Foursquare

AccuWeather, one of the most popular weather app for iOS and Android, has partnered with Foursquare to offer hyperlocal place recommendations. This will be made possible by Foursquare’s Pilgrim SDK  To get hyperlocal recommendations for places to visit depending on the weather, AccuWeather users will first have to opt into […]

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Report: Users leave Android for iOS because of a “better user experience” ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Google Developers PCMag just conducted a survey of over 2,500 mobile consumers in America. The results of the survey show that 47 percent of people who switch from Android to iOS do so because of the “better user experience.” Conversely, 29 percent of users switch from iOS to Android because of better prices. The days of […]

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Android users and men are far less likely to make in-app mobile gaming purchases than iOS users and women

Mobile games are a major contributor to the modern gaming industry, but while many of us play them, only some users actually pay up. That is, of course, because for the most part paying is optional. The dominant pricing model these days is free-to-play games with in-app-purchases (IAP) — for instance, paying real-world dollars in order […]

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iOS 12 developer beta 7 pulled after massive performance bugs found

Apple was forced to pull a high-speed about-face on Monday afternoon, after it was discovered that the seventh iOS 12 developer beta contained a number of performance bugs that were rendering devices useless. The IPSW manual download file is still available on Apple’s developer site, but the over-the-air updates that anyone with the developer profile […]

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VoiceOver on Lock Screen of iPhone / iPad? How to Unlock iPhone if VoiceOver is Enabled

Have you ever found yourself with an iPhone or iPad that is stuck in VoiceOver mode and as a result you can’t unlock the iPhone or iPad? When VoiceOver is active and the screen is locked, if you’re trying to unlock the device or enter a passcode you may instead find that whatever is on […]

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Blade Shadow spreads nationwide, says ditch your gaming PC

The service known as Shadow by Blade spread across the United States this week in a newly minted USA-wide upgrade. This service was first introduced at CES 2018, and promised that it’d get at least to the point we’re at right now, where anyone could stream their favorite games without the use of their own […]

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How to Turn Your Smartphone into an Early Warning System for Almost Anything

Photo: Sam Rutherford (Gizmodo) Our phones affect our lives in all kinds of ways, from socializing to travel, but these ever-present pocket gadgets can also act as early warning devices for a host of important alerts—from life-saving notifications to convenient warnings about your commute. Here we’ll show you what’s possible, and which apps you’ll need. 1) […]

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Tablets are still falling: why it needs to grow and how

Just days after dropping the figures for the smartphone market, market researchers and analysts are putting the spotlight on the second favorite poster boy for shrinking markets: tablets (PC are still numero uno). But for the first time in a while, the narrative isn’t as clear-cut with winners and losers. The tablet market is now […]

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