All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iOS’

Checking in with Swarm Just Got Much Easier

If you’re an iOS user who loves to check-in with Foursquare’s Swarm app, but feel it’s too much effort to open the app and tap a few buttons – then today is your lucky day. The new version of Swarm is out, and in it is a widget designed for super fast check-ins. Once you enable the widget, all you …

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PopKey Is the GIF Keyboard You’ve Desperately Wanted

Now that you’ve used iOS 8’s new third-party keyboard option to use SwiftKey or other swipe text keyboards (because who wasn’t waiting for that?), please be alert to the fact that there is now an all-GIF keyboard that you can download. Right now. We’ve all been communicating in animated GIFs for some time now. It’s pretty much a new language. …

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Apple Pushes iOS 8.0.2 After 8.0.1 Blunder, Apologizes Again

A week after pushing iOS 8 to iPhone users, Apple released its first update – iOS 8.0.1. Immediately, complaints flooded Twitter and the blogosphere, with people reporting that the update disabled Touch ID and prevented them from being able to connect with cell networks. Apparently only iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users were negatively affected by the update, and according …

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iOS 8.0.1 Is Messing Up iPhones, According To A Lot Of Angry People

Update: Re/code shares this statement from Apple: “We are actively investigating these reports and will provide information as quickly as we can,” a spokesperson said. “In the meantime we have pulled back the iOS 8.0.1 update.” — If you have an iPhone, you may want to think twice about downloading its latest software update iOS 8.0.1. It appears to be …

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Apple: 46% Of iOS Users Are On iOS 8

At its iOS launch events, Apple always likes to talk about how many of its users are on the latest version of its operating system in comparison to Android. There are so many different Android devices, that ultimately there is never a very high percentage of users on the latest version. Apple considers this a major bragging right. I’d be …

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What Do iOS 8 And The New iPhones Mean For You?

Well, Apple’s new operating system (iOS 8) and iPhones (6 and 6 Plus) are officially out. What does the OS update mean for you? Should you get one of the new phones? We’ll try to help you answer those questions throughout the course of this article. What do you think of the new devices? The new OS? Share your thoughts …

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iOS 8 Release Date Announced At Apple Event

Apple held its big iPhone unveiling event on Tuesday, showing off the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, not to mention Apple Pay and the Apple Watch. The new iPhones will run iOS 8, which the company first announced back in June. Today, the company announced the official release date for the operating system: September 17th. On this date, the …

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LinkedIn Sales Navigator Hits iOS [Updated]

Update: A LinkedIn spokesperson has informed us that the app went up prematurely, and that the company is still in the process of finalizing some of its functionality. They’ve removed the app, and plan on making it available in the next few weeks. LinkedIn recently unveiled a big redesign of its Sales Navigator tool on the web, promising mobile apps …

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Apple Reveals Its Reasons For Rejecting Apps

Apple is now providing the most transparency it ever has when it comes to informing developers why it rejects their apps. While it could certainly be a great deal more transparent, the company has a new webpage up for “Common App Rejections,” which not only describes common reasons for rejection, but lists the top ten reasons. The top ten list …

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Apple Launches New Ad Formats For iOS

Apple announced a couple of new ad formats for its iAd platform: pre-roll video and full-screen interstitial banner ads. The company said in a developer announcement, “Now you can deliver highly engaging ads from leading brands,” adding that the formats are optimized for your app, and available on iOS. There’s a PDF document about how to implement them here. In …

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Twitter May Help You Figure Out Confusing Hashtags

Ever wondered what people are talking about when they use a hashtag like #OITNB? Are you confused by the #tcot hashtag that always seems to accompany Twitter’s most inane drivel? If you’re lost in a sea of hashtags, Twitter might be looking to help you out. The Wall Street Journal has spotted a test that Twitter is running in its …

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Indiegogo’s iOS App Goes Global, Android App on the Way

Crowdfunding company Indiegogo has just joined the ranks of those with a native iOS app, launching the new version Thursday morning. The app was first launched about a month ago in Canada only – but with today’s worldwide launch, we can finally say that Indiegogo has a real app. The app lets you browse and save campaigns, claim campaign perks, …

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