Google today updated the Gmail for iOS app to version 3.0 with a couple of new features, support for iOS 7âs Background App Refresh, and a single sign-in system.
Cryptocat, the encrypted chatting service has just released their iPhone app in the App Store. Cryptocat was initially rejected by Apple. It isn’t clear why it was rejected but according to the developers, Apple specifically had a problem with group chat encryption.
How to Add Custom Fonts to your iPhone or iPad without Jailbreaking for some apps like Keynote, Pages, Numbers etc
Moov is an upcoming wearable device that is part fitness tracker, part personal trainer. It uses 9-axis sensors, including an accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer, to track both your motion and your form (posture) while you exercise or play one of the supported sports.
The FCC has just launched a new app to test data latency and speeds for iPhone, following the release of its Android version a few months ago. This will allow users to monitor their data speeds of both broadband and mobile networks. The FCC Speed Test app is a government based substitute to the popular Speedtest application by Ookla which has been around for quite some time now.
Fleksyâs Predictive Keyboard SDK available to all developers, expect your favorite apps to support it soon
iOS doesnât let you use alternate keyboards, but developers like Fleksy andÂ SwiftKey are getting around this restriction by writing their own custom keyboards and bundling them as apps.Â Fleksy today opened up its powerful predictive keyboard SDK to all iOS developers, who can now freely include the keyboard in their own apps.
The popularity of iOS game Flappy Bird and the developerâs subsequent move to take the app down from the App Store has surprised a number of people. It has also led to the creation of dozens and dozens of Flappy Bird clones that are trying to cash in on the popularity of the original title.