iMore show 341: Boring, still a phone

Clayton Morris of Fox News and the Read Quick app joins Rene to talk about the end of Google Reader, Google's new product line, Samsung's new Galaxy S4, the mythical iWatch, and just where Apple might be going in 2013.

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iMore show 341: Boring, still a phone


I don't believe in this app browsing thing your talking about. I use a iPhone 5, iPad 2 and a pc. And on all I use a browser. If your only going to "1" site for your tech news then maybe fine. But I use several websites for tech news. So having 10 - 20 or more apps for tech sites is no good when all you need is "1" browser!

That's true for many people. However it's not true for all people. Some people aren't mainstream computer users, and the iPhone is the first computer they really used. For them apps are becoming more natural than the web. The App Store is becoming the way they browse the web.
Many different people, means many different ways to use things.

Personally, the App Store has become utter shit. I went Android for a while, so I don't know when this happened; however, the new UI in the App Store is horrible. It's no longer a list, but a simple swipe to the right which can kill developers from being discovered. Horribly disappointed.

The best way to use 1Password on a chrome book is to sync your password database with Dropbox then log into Dropbox webpage from one of your Chrome tabs. There is a HTML5 version of your passwords automatically created in your "1Password" dropbox folder when you set up 1Password-Dropbox syncing. You won't get auto-fill but copy/paste still works.

Rene I'm not sure if you have any control on the Windows Phone store for podcasts or that you have a contact, but I currently listen on my L920 and download through the store and this particular episode does not play the audio edition. It actually looks like it tries to play a video but then nothing starts which is out of the norm. Not sure if you know about this or have the ability to update/fix this. But just a heads up.