All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iphone apps’

LinkedIn Launches New LinkedIn Contacts

LinkedIn announced the new LinkedIn Contacts today. This is described as a way to bring all your contacts into one place. Specifically, LinkedIn Contacts brings contacts from your address books, email accounts, and calendars together with your LinkedIn network. “From these sources, we’ll automatically pull in the details of your past conversations and meetings, and bring these details directly onto …

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Groupon Puts Search “Front And Center” In Mobile Apps

Groupon has launched updates to its iPhone and Android apps, which make search “a front-and-center experience,” as the company says. Here’s a look: Groupon has this to say about search’s importance to its business: Search is a critical part of Groupon’s product strategy. Most Groupon merchants now make their deals available on an ongoing basis, and search allows customers to …

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Yahoo Puts Summly To Use In New iPhone App

Yahoo recently acquired mobile startup Summly, and the company is already putting it to good use. CEO Marissa Mayer announced a new Yahoo iPhone app today, which takes advantage of Summly’s capabilities. “Consuming news and information on the go has become the norm — whether waiting for a morning coffee or commuting home from work, content discovery is an insatiable …

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Yahoo Launches New Weather App For iPhone

In addition to its new Mail app for iPad and Android, Yahoo has unveiled a new Weather app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The app utilizes images from Flickr to show current local conditions. Yahoo Director of Mobile and Emerging Products, Marco Wirasinghe, says, “Inside you’ll find stunning snapshots of weather around the world. With a tilt of your …

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Google Drive For iPhone Gets Landscape Editing

Google has launched an update (1.3.0) for its Google Drive iPhone app. It now includes the ability to edit documents and spreadsheets in landscape. In addition to that, the app now loads faster and has quicker editing support, according to Google. The update also comes with some minor bug fixes. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, …

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Mobile Twitter Apps Let You Open/Download Apps From Tweets

Twitter announced updates to its Android and iPhone apps, as well as mobile.twitter.com. Each of them (as well as Twitter.com) now shows more types of content in expanded tweets, like photo galleries, apps and product listings. The apps will also display a new link below the content when shared from other mobile apps. These links let the user open the …

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Google Launches Quickoffice For Android, iPhone

Last June, Google acquired Quickoffice. In December, Google launched an iPad app. Google announced today that Quickoffice is now available for Android and iPhone. “One of the easiest ways to share old files and collaborate with others is to convert them to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides,” writes product manager Mark Beaton in a blog post. “However, not everyone you …

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YouTube For iOS Gets “Send To TV” Feature

YouTube just pushed an update to its iOS app adding the “send to TV” feature, which lets users pair their mobile phones with connected TVs. The feature was launched on Android in November, and at CES, the company announced it would be coming to more devices. YouTube announced the iOS update on Google+ this afternoon: YouTube48 minutes ago Have an …

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Watch The Walking Dead Midseason Premiere For Free On Android, iPhone, iPad And Kindle Fire

AMC announced this week that it will be streaming the midseason premiere of The Walking Dead online for free until March 10. Today, the network also announced that the episode is now available for a limited time (presumably the same period of time) on the AMC Mobile app for Android, iPhone, iPad and Kindle Fire. The app also provides behind-the-scenes …

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Go Daddy Acquires M.dot For “Mobile First” Website Creation

Go Daddy announced today that it has acquired M.dot Inc., the makers of popular small business website creation/management app M.dot. Go Daddy says the move will bolster its “mobile first” strategy, as it will offer it to its 11 million customers as a way to easily create and manage mobile sites from their smartphones. “We’re pleased to welcome M.dot to …

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TED iOS App Gets Big Translation Upgrade

TED has launched a big update to its iOS app, adding faster speed and streaming subtitles. While users will no doubt appreciate the speed improvements, TED is really excited about the latter feature, which the organization calls “the real star of the show”. According to TED, the app is the largest content provider to use iOS6’s new subtitles feature on …

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Freshly Funded ChaCha Thinks It Has Q&A Right This Time

Last week, Q&A vet ChaCha closed a new $14 million round of funding showing that there are still believers in the Q&A space. We had the opportunity to speak with founder and CEO Scott Jones about what ChaCha has in store, and what it intends to do with that money. Q&A is, in some ways, very similar to search. It’s …

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