iMovie and GarageBand Updated for iOS and OS X

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As expected (and rumored from earlier last week), Apple has redesigned and updated the iMovie and GarageBand apps on both iOS and OS X. The new apps are compatible with 64-bit architectures (such as the iPhone 5s’s new 64-bit processor), and they also work with iCloud. iMovie has a bunch of new features this time around, […]

AT&T Brings Live TV to Android, iOS with Uverse App

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AT&T is bringing users the ability to watch live television without requiring additional hardware, like Echostar’s Slingbox, on their Android or iOS smartphone and tablets. At this time, only a limited number of channels and a limited number of smartphones are supported at this time for the streaming of live channels, and customers must be […]

BBM for iOS Available Now, Android Version Still on the Way (Update)

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As expected from earlier today when BlackBerry said that BBM would be available later, the app is indeed available now on iOS, while the Android version still has yet to show up in the Google Play store, but should be live shortly (UPDATE: Available now). Downloading and installing the app will give you the ability to chat […]

Google Hangouts iOS App Gets Google Voice Integration

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A huge update hit the Google Hangouts app this weekend on iOS. The messaging app received Google Voice integration with the ability to make and receive phone calls. It does include SMS, MMS or voicemail capabilities (we’re guessing that’ll stay with only the actual Google Voice app), but those using Hangouts will be able to […]

5 Apps That Use the iPhone 5s’s New M7 Motion Chip

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Apple launched the iPhone 5s last month to much fanfare. The overall design of the phone stayed the same compared to the iPhone 5 (as expected), but the iPhone 5s received a wealth of internal hardware updates, including an all-new processor, along with what Apple calls the M7 motion coprocessor that’s aimed to provide more […]

10 iOS Apps That Still Have Yet to Update to iOS 7

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It’s been exactly 30 days since iOS 7 was released to the masses, which has given app developers plenty of time to update their respective apps to support the newer iOS version. However, a lot of apps have yet to fully support iOS 7, and it’s not just the less-popular apps we’re talking about. Even […]

Find My Friends iOS App Broken for Many Users

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Apple’s oft-forgotten Find My Friends app for the iPhone and iPad seems to be going through a lot of issues with a lot of users. The app has been updated in over two months, with the last update fixing bugs and improving the stability of the app, but it seems that’s not doing trick for […]

Twitter Reportedly Launching Separate Direct Messaging App

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It’s being reported that Twitter is revamping its Direct Messaging feature, and will be releasing a standalone app that will focus only on Direct Messaging, according to AllThingsD. While this is merely just a rumor for now, a move like this makes a lot of sense, especially since Facebook is has its own messaging app […]

New iPhoto and GarageBand Icons Hint at Impending Redesign

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New icons for iPhoto and GarageBand for iOS have been spotted in the iCloud Storage Management section of the Settings app, which hints to the likeliness that these two apps will see updates soon in order to blend in well with iOS 7. Plus, these icons aren’t hidden at all; you can easily view them […]

Feedly for Android Updates As Web App Goes Down

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Feedly has updated its Android app today, and it includes a heap of performance improvements as well as a new home screen widget. The company claims that the app now starts up 300% faster than before, and the scrolling experience has also been improved, noting that it’s more fluid than before. The app now also […]

BBM for Android and iOS Launching “Within Days” Says Company

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All the struggles and issues aside, BlackBerry still wants the world to know it isn’t going anywhere, and are adamant that they have good products to offer the public. In a recent open letter spotted by Reuters to calm customers and investors, BlackBerry had a lot to say about its plans, the future, and BlackBerry […]

SAP’s Geo-location Marketing Brings Value to Mobile Users

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Many consumers may not have heard of SAP, but the company’s infrastructure is responsible for powering approximately 70 percent of the world’s transactions. So how does a business-to-business, or B2B, company transform itself to reach consumers and build a better brand reputation outside of the enterprise market? SAP researchers focused on mobile apps, precision marketing, […]

iPhone 5s Users Reporting Crashed Apps and BSoD Reboots

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The iPhone 5s is the latest breakout product of 2013, and it’s still sold out pretty much anywhere you go, but it’s being reported that many users are having unexpected issues with it. Specifically, iPhone 5s owners are sometimes getting a Blue Screen of Death experience and a random reboot that follows. Of course, this […]

Twitter for Android Optimized for Tablets, Samsung Only for Now

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What seemed to take ages is now finally available. Twitter has launched a tablet-optimized version of its Android app to the masses. However, there is one huge catch: it only works with one Samsung tablet for the time being (Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition), meaning that Nexus 7 owners and other Android tablet users are […]

Rdio Launches Internet Radio Service to Take on Spotify, Pandora

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Popular music streaming service Rdio has launched its own internet radio feature in order to compete with the likes of Pandora and Spotify. Rdio is launching the service on iOS and Android, and it’s completely free for non-paying Rdio users, but while the service is ad-free right now, expect that to change soon as Rdio […]

Pedometer++ Is the Newest App to Use iPhone 5s M7 Chip

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A small handful of iOS apps are already taking advantage of the iPhone 5s’s M7 motion coprocessor, including full-featured fitness apps. However, a new app has been released that mixes the complexity of the M7 chip with the simplicity of the app itself. Pedometer++ is a simple, single-page pedometer app, and it’s the latest app […]

Dropbox Updates with Automatic Screenshot Uploads

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Dropbox’s automatic photo uploading feature is pretty great, but I’m sure you’ve been wondering when the service will get the same feature for screenshots. Well, it’s finally arrived in the latest Dropbox update. The company has added automatic screenshot uploading to the cloud storage service, making it easy to share and store screenshots in the […]

Unofficial iMessage for Android Works, But Read This Before You Download

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Though Apple’s iMessage messaging platform is still confined to the company’s iOS and OS X ecosystems, a third-party Android app has been created, and surprisingly the unofficial app works as advertised. However, though it’s unclear what intent the developer has in mind for releasing the app, it appears that the app is capable of unleashing […]

How to Stop Apps from Using Mobile Data in iOS 7

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With the introduction of iOS 7 comes a heap of new features on top of the obvious new look of the user interface. iOS 7 gets rid of the bubbly and shiny UI of the previous iOS versions in favor of a flatter, more simple look with vibrant color palettes. However, iOS 7 also includes […]