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1 week ago

iOS 8.2 beta 2 available now for beta crowd

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iOS 8.2 beta 2 available now for beta crowd

If you happen to be in the iOS 8 beta program, there's an OTA update for iOS 8.2 beta 2 waiting for you. This update's said to include bug fixes and performance improvements. The previous release of the 8.2 beta was the first to include the WatchKit SDK for building Apple Watch apps.

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1 week ago

DeviantArt launches its first iPhone app to help users browse its online gallery

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DeviantArt launches its first iPhone app to help users browse its online gallery

DeviantArt, the world's largest online art gallery and community, has finally launched its first mobile app. It's now available for the iPhone and is currently just for iOS 8 users, but an iOS 7 version is in the works.

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1 week ago

The case for a 'Safari view controller' for iOS 9

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The case for a 'Safari view controller' for iOS 9

Web views are an incredibly convenient way to handle in-app browsing. Since they're WebKit, you get the same kind of experience and performance as Safari, but you don't have to send people hurtling out of your app and into Safari simply to show them a link. However, web views can't store cookies, so logins can't persist, and having to login to a web view isn't good from a security perspective anyway. So what's the solution?

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1 week ago

Transformers: Battle Tactics will launch with turn-based combat in 2015

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Transformers: Battle Tactics will launch with turn-based combat in 2015

The Autobots and Decepticons will continue their long-running war in the upcoming mobile turn-based strategy game Transformers: Battle Tactics. The game is due for release for the iPhone and iPad sometime in 2015.

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1 week ago

Instagram adding verified accounts, dropping the hammer on spam

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Instagram adding verified accounts, dropping the hammer on spam

Instagram has crossed the 300 million active monthly users line and is today adding support for verified users to the square photo social network. That 300 million threshold actually puts Instagram as having a larger monthly audience than Twitter, certainly explaining why Facebook was willing to pay $1 billion for the service.

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1 week ago

Deep, deep dive into Twitter apps for iPhone and iPad

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Deep, deep dive into Twitter apps for iPhone and iPad

If you've ever found yourself longing for a dissertation on the relative merits of Twitter for iPhone and iPad, Twitterrific for iPhone and iPad, and Tweetbot for iPhone — including loading timeline gaps and tweet marker sync, web views, cards and previewing tweets, extensions, gestures, profiles, lists, tweetstorms, direct messages, uploading photos, discover, muting, fave and retweet counts, search, timeline, and new twitter — then you're in for a real treat. You're in for over 20K words of treat!

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1 week ago

HERE Maps will return to the iPhone in 2015

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HERE Maps will return to the iPhone in 2015

Alongside the launch of its app in Google Play today for Android, HERE has confirmed its Maps app will be coming back to the iPhone in 2015. The previous effort was around for a little while and pulled when "iOS 7 ruined the experience" somehow, but thanks to positive feedback from Android users, iOS will benefit next.

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1 week ago

Doctor Who Legacy Interview: Future plans revealed!

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Doctor Who Legacy Interview: Future plans revealed!

Just over a year ago, developer Tiny Rebel Games released Doctor Who Legacy, their free-to-play puzzle game based on the long running BBC sci-fi series. The game has become a popular one for iPhone and iPad users and Tiny Rebel have continued to add content to the game, including some stuff from the new Titan Comics series. However, the team isn't stopping and has tons of plans to update Doctor Who Legacy with even more content in the weeks and months ahead.

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1 week ago

PDF Office for iPad lets you create flexible, fillable PDF documents

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PDF Office for iPad lets you create flexible, fillable PDF documents

PDF Office is a new application that lets you create and edit PDF documents on your iPad. You can also download and add documents from iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive.

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1 week ago

Heroes of Might & Magic III HD Edition coming to the iPad Jan. 29

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Heroes of Might & Magic III HD Edition coming to the iPad Jan. 29

Ubisoft plans to bring a truly classic PC game, Heroes of Might & Magic III, to the iPad on January 29. That's when the graphically revamped version of the fantasy turn-based strategy game, Heroes of Might & Magic III HD Edition, will be released.

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1 week ago

iOS 9 wish-list: VIP for Contacts, not just Mail

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iOS 9 wish-list: VIP for Contacts, not just Mail

Mail's VIP feature is great. I can "star" the people most important to me, thus enabling sound and Lock screen notifications solely for them. It's a great way to make sure I'm alerted when I get email that matters, and avoid being interrupted when it doesn't. My problem? VIP currently only exists as a feature in the Mail app. There's no way to do the same for Messages or any other communication app I have installed.

I'd love to see VIP moved from Mail's settings to Contacts proper, so that I can make sure the people who are literally "very important" get through more easily, no matter how they choose to communicate with me. And it'd be great if it happened with iOS 9.

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1 week ago

Microsoft reporter Ed Bott switches to iPhone

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Microsoft reporter Ed Bott switches to iPhone

What made noted Microsoft reporter Ed Bott finally give up on Windows Phone and switch to an iPhone 6 Plus? Was it the lack of flagship phones? The lack of apps? No. It was Verizon's unwillingness to approve software updates in a timely manner and Microsoft's inability to compel them forward.

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1 week ago

Today you can save over 50% on this glossy iPhone 6 Plus hard case with kickstand!

Today you can save over 50% on this glossy iPhone 6 Plus hard case with kickstand!

This performance inspired case delivers dual-layer protection with an integrated stand for hands-free viewing. Comprised of a durable exterior fused with a soft impact-resistant interior liner, the Case-Mate Pop! Stand offers enhanced protection in a slim design. Yours today for just $16.95

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1 week ago

Apple and IBM release first wave of MobileFirst apps for enterprise

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Apple and IBM release first wave of MobileFirst apps for enterprise

Apple and IBM have launched their first wave of MobileFirst for iOS apps. Focusing on Big Data, these apps are now available to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, telecommunications, governments, and airline/transportation verticals. The list of MobileFirst for iOS apps is already lengthy:

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1 week ago

Shazam 8.2 gets more personal, now plays full playlists with Spotify and Rdio

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Shazam 8.2 gets more personal, now plays full playlists with Spotify and Rdio

Music identification app Shazam has received a major update today to version 8.2. It adds new features to the home screen of the app, a new way to play music, and deeper integration with Spotify and Rdio.

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