They say time flies when you're having fun, and that means it's already time for another great batch of apps! This week's edition of the New App Recap features some slick updates to favorites like Aviary, Opera Mini, VUDU Player, and VSCO Cam as well as a way to restore T9 typing on your iOS device, manage all those holiday gift cards, or even keep tabs on what's new with the Ebola outbreak. (Yikes!) Check out your weekly gallery of what's new, right here!
We're back with another round of apps ready for iOS 8, including several new entries as well as updated titles that have been improved to make the most of Apple's new mobile operating system. This time includes a couple of camera extensions, a more robust alternative to Google Authenticator, a pair of iCloud Drive-friendly Readdle updates, and lots of manual camera tweaks made possible by iOS 8. Eight (technically nine!) of the best and brightest are just a click away!
iOS 8 is finally here, and with it comes an avalanche of new and updated apps! While we can't list them all here, we've whittle last week's arrivals down to eight of our favorites. Here you'll find veteran apps such as 1Password and TextExpander finally given the freedom to breathe, widgets that make Notification Center more usable, and even a photo app that can now share its filters with Apple's own Photos.
At this writing, it's only been 48 hours since Apple's big media event on Tuesday, which means we're entering that phantom zone before iOS 8 and the new iPhone 6 models are actually available. Thankfully, Apple is ramping up for next week in stages, starting with new iCloud storage plans now available, and we've also got an advance look at one of the new third-party keyboards coming to iOS 8 in today's Morning Report.
Despite a veritable tidal wave of new media streaming boxes for the living room, many consumers still prefer to keep a slim, headless Mac or PC connected to their HDTV — but suffering with a keyboard in a darkened room doesn't sound like much fun.
Assuming Apple doesn't introduce big changes to its software keyboard with iOS 8 this year, the folks at Fleksy may be our best hope for change now that they've opened the doors to all developers with an SDK.
It's not often iOS users have reason to be jealous of their Android-toting friends, but the ability to swap third-party keyboards would be one such example — and it's a problem developers are attempting to find creative ways to solve.
If there's any one thing that causes iPhone users to be jealous of their Android-toting friends, it's the distinct lack of variety when it comes to software keyboards -- a challenge that one developer is ready to take on.
BlackBerry fans hoping the company's latest keyboard-based smartphone might steer the company clear of a looming iceberg may be disappointed to discover that sales of the device haven't quite worked out the way the company hoped.
Well, the iPad minis are hitting the refurb market for real now, just as we predicted. Not so long ago, it seemed like everyone loved their mini and they were few and far between anywhere, but now, just as with all things, the bloom is off the rose and minis can be had in nearly every configuration. Verizon buyers seem more smitten than AT&T customers, but if you're hankering for the little iPad, you've come to the right place, accessories and all.