All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iOS’

Spotify Adds an Equalizer in Latest iOS Update

Spotify has just updated its iOS app, and whadda ya know – there’s an equalizer now. Sprung out of strong support for the idea in Spotify’s community ideas pages, the new equalizer appears in the playback settings inside your app. Calling all audiophiles using iOS! Now you can use an equalizer for your tuning pleasure. #SpotifyEqualizer – pic.twitter.com/9BrRw63u5E — Spotify …

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Google Analytics Finally Gets an iPhone App

In pretty big good lord, finally news, Google has released a native Google Analytics apps for iOS. Available in 39 languages, Google Analytics for iPhone promised to let you “access all of your Google Analytics web and app data from your mobile device, monitor recent changes with Real Time reports, and easily get your Analytics data anytime, anywhere.” Considering Android …

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Google Helps You Get More Conversions From iOS Users

97% of mobile shoppers abandon their shopping carts. That’s a stat Google has been tossing around for about two years (hopefully it’s gotten a little better since then). Either way, Google is expanding a feature it launched on Android over a year ago, which it hopes will solve this problem, to iOS. It’s also available for the web. The Google …

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Apple Unveils iOS 8 At Worldwide Developers Conference

After unveiling Yosemite, the new version of Mac OS X, at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple unveiled iOS 8. Just ahead of the presentation, CEO Tim Cook shared some stats: over 800 million iOS devices sold, 100 million iPod touch units, 200 million iPad units, and 500 million iPhone units. They’ve had over 130 million new-to-Apple customers in the last …

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Facebook Announces Mobile Like Button For Apps

Mark Zuckerberg made a big point today at f8 to point out that this year’s conference isn’t about any big, major product announcements as others have been in the past. This time, it was all about a bunch of smaller announcements, all aimed specifically at mobile developers. The keynote was split into three major points of interest: Build, Grow, and …

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iOS 7.1.1 Update Officially Released

On the eve of its second-quarter financial results, Apple has released a new update for its latest iOS operating system. The iOS 7.1.1 update brings minor changes and fixes to the more significant iOS 7.1 update that was released back in March. The new iOS 7.1.1 update can be downloaded through Apple devices compatible with iOS 7.1, including the iPhone …

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Should Apple Replace Google Search With Yahoo On iPhones And iPads?

Rumor has it that Yahoo is focused on trying to convince Apple to switch the default search experience on iOS to Yahoo rather than Google. Would you like to see this happen? Let us know in the comments. Kara Swisher at Re/code, who frequently reports on chatter from within Yahoo, has sources who say CEO Marissa Mayer and SVP of …

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StumbleUpon’s 5by Video Discovery App For iOS Now Compatible With Chromecast

StumbleUpon announced today that its 5by video discovery service has partnered with VICE Media, Tribeca Enterprises, and DEFY Media. These are its first-ever media partnerships. As a result of these partnerships, users will be able to navigate partner channels to watch “freshly curated” video playlists. Partner experiences will appear on the home screen or as channels, depending on time of …

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Star Wars Assault Team Out Today On Mobile Devices

When it comes to Star Wars games, you generally think of titles like Jedi Knight or Rogue Squadron. In other words, action games that reward quick thinking over drawn out strategy. Disney is experimenting with turn based combat in the latest Star Wars game to hit mobile devices. Star Wars Assault Team, out today on mobile devices, tasks players with …

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OneNote Goes Free On Windows And Mac

Are you a Mac user that stares longingly at your friend’s Windows desktop wishing you had access to OneNote? Well, stare no longer as Microsoft has finally ported its note keeping app to your platform of choice. Microsoft announced this morning that OneNote is now available for Mac. With this addition, OneNote is now available on pretty much every platform, …

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Crazy Taxi Comes To Mobile In City Rush

Crazy Taxi is one of the greatest arcade games ever made. Sega recognizes this, and has milked the franchise over the years with ports to consoles and mobile devices. Now after all the ports – the original creator of Crazy Taxi is back with a brand new title exclusively for mobile devices. Sega announced this morning that Crazy Taxi: City …

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Microsoft Wants To Put Xbox Live On Android, iOS

When it comes to gaming, Microsoft has really only dominated the living room with Xbox. Part of its success has been thanks to Xbox Live – the first online gaming service for consoles that got it. Now it wants to bring that same kind of experience to more mobile platforms. The Verge reports that Microsoft is working to bring Xbox …

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