Duo, the new video calling app from Google, is now available on iOS following its initial unveiling at Google I/O back in June. The app promises to provide simple 1-to-1 video calling without the headaches that come with rival services.
As technology continues to improve, the areas in which it helps expands, too. Apple’s iPad lineup, and the aviation applications available to it, has done quite a bit for pilots and passengers in small private planes.
Word on the street has been that Apple was gearing up to launch a brand new iOS Apple Store app, with a few key changes in place. And sure enough, that’s what has happened.
Dropbox has been one of the go-to platforms for professionals of all types for quite some time, and now those who need to edit documents together in real time can do so with Dropbox Paper.
Bertrand Serlet, former senior vice president of software engineering at Apple, has launched a new iCloud rival called Upthere Home. The service allows users to send all their digital files to the cloud to save local storage space, then makes them accessible anywhere.
Accessibility is important to Apple as a whole, the aim being to get more people to use technology, and the ability to use devices and apps despite any impairments.
Aren’t you bored of looking at still photo albums on Facebook? Now you can add life to your own with Facebook Slideshow, a new tool that makes awesome mini movies from your images and videos.
One of the best things about the newer iPads running iOS 9 and above is Split View. For me, this finally makes iPad “productive”. Writing my article (like I am right now), in one window and researching in Safari in another is basically the only reason I’ve finally started integrating the iPad Pro into my writing workflow.
YouTube has announced that it is bringing its live streaming service to the core YouTube app for iOS. Users will see a “big red capture button” that will start their broadcast instantly and allow real-time chat with fans.
Twitterrific is one of the most popular Twitter apps for iOS, and Iconfactory, the development house behind the app, want to make sure all future updates are free.