Expanding further on its promise to offer the best experience to gamers, Valve has announced the arrival of Steam Link, an app that lets you access your Steam library from an iOS device. You will either need to have an ethernet cable plugged into your host PC/Mac or use a 5 GHz network to access this feature. So basically a gaming rig which is connected to the same network as your iOS device.
Alto’s Odyssey, the sequel to the massively popular Alto’s Adventure game from 2015, has made its way to the iOS and tvOS App Store a day early ahead of its official release. The game was originally scheduled to be available from February 22nd, but its download link is already live.
Apple was forced to remove Skype from the iOS App Store in China to comply with the local laws in the country. The move was confirmed by Microsoft which said that Skype was “temporarily removed” from the App Store.
Google’s Trusted Contacts application was launched last year on Android as an alternative to third party location sharing apps. Trusted Contacts allows users to share their location with contacts provided that their request was approved by the user. Google is now bringing it to the iOS platform as well.
When iOS 11 comes out, hundreds of millions of devices will support ARKit. iPhones and iPads that are already in the wild will become augmented reality platforms.
Apple today started informing customers who recently purchased Workflow that it will be refunding their full purchase amount. The move comes after Apple acquired the powerful automation app ten days ago, made it free for download and rolled out an update to remove some key functionality from it.
It has been known for well over a month now that iOS 10.3 comes with a hidden one-handed floating keyboard. It has been presumed that Apple will officially unveil this new keyboard when the final version of iOS 10.3 drops alongside the new iPads, though there is always a probability that the new keyboard will only debut with iOS 11 later this year.
Popular dating app Tinder seems to be running an invite-only version of its platform for high profile people like CEOs, models, and the elite called Tinder Select. As per TechCrunch’s source, Tinder Select is only for “for celebrities and people who do really well on Tinder.”