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.
SoundHound has apparently seen the assistant light, because the company has been on a bit of a tear when it comes to the idea lately.
Google has updated its Maps app for iOS to add a number of nice new features that hope to improve your commute. In addition to a useful Travel Times widget for Notification Center, the update brings the ability to share directions with friends, a night mode, and more.
Calendars 5 from Readdle, one of the finest third-party calendar apps available on iOS, is currently free for a limited time — down from $6.99 — as Apple’s Free App of the Week. Here’s how you can get your hands on it.
Finding new videos on YouTube, considering the sheer amount of content that’s present on the platform, can be daunting.