On the occasion of the first anniversary of their rebranding, Pocket has updated its iOS app with improved sharing features, letting users send and receive their saved content. While this was previously possible using channels like Twitter, Facebook or email, Pocket has now built this right into their app so that users can see shared content right in their Pocket inbox.
Facebook today released a major update to its iOS app, bumping the version number to 6.0 and adding a number of new features, one of which is Chat Heads, a new take at chat notifications.
The latest update to Google Chrome on iOS added a couple of new features, one of which is AirPrint and Google Cloud Print support.
Another related feature that has been added to Chrome in the latest update is the ability to save webpages as PDFs to Google Drive, which can come in handy when you want to “archive” a webpage or simply store it for offline viewing.
In its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, Samsung has added a bunch of eye-tracking features, one of which is “Smart Pause,” a feature that Pauses a video when you look away from the screen, and resumes when you look back. A free iOS app called LookAway Player brings the same feature to iOS devices.