Apple and Google have teamed up to launch an official contact tracing API that can be used by public health authorities to create an official contact tracing app for their country. However, many countries are not happy with Apple’s decentralized approach to storing data and have created their own app without the API. However, all these apps are going to run into issues due to the restrictions in iOS as the Australian and the UK government are realizing now.
As per Sensor Tower, short videos app TikTok has crossed 2 billion downloads collectively across iOS and Android. The app hit the milestone just five months after crossing the 1.5 billion downloads mark.
Over the weekend, AltStore received an update that allows one to sideload any app on their iPhone. What this means is that you can sideload any app on your iPhone without having to jailbreak it.
The coronavirus pandemic across the globe has led to businesses, schools, and institutions to shut down to ensure social distancing to reduce the spread of the virus. Millions of people are now working from their home which in turn has led to a rise in video calling apps as they are being used for holding virtual meetings, conferences, and more. Video calling apps are also ideal for use in the current situation as they help with social distancing.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a rise in the usage of video calling apps. Zoom has been the most popular choice among consumers and enterprises alike, though as the service gets more and more popular, it is being put through more scrutiny that is revealing some startling things. A new report claims that contrary to Zoom’s claims, it is not using end-to-end encryption for video and audio calls.
Music fans around the world are rapidly moving towards streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music. With the growing trend, Music apps are adding more functions at a swift pace. One such feature is timed lyrics support. In my books, it’s essential to a smooth listening experience.
Monument Valley 2 is by far one of the best and stunning games available for iPhones and iPads. The original game won a number of awards and accolades and its sequel is equally good. The game usually costs $4.99 but its developer Ustwo Games has currently made it available as a free download on the App Store.
COVID-19 lockdown across the globe has forced millions of people to stay at home. Now, not everyone has the privilege to work from home. Many jobs do require fieldwork and you can’t run retail businesses from home. If you find yourself having plenty of time to kill on your hand thanks to the lockdown, check out some iPhone apps and games to kill your boredom.
Coronavirus outbreak around the world has forced millions of users to start working from home. Now, it may be usual routine for freelancers out there but for the majority, it’s a big workflow shift compared to an office cubicle. You might be good at your work but getting things done from home requires more than that. Thankfully, the App Store, Play Store, and the web are filled with productive tools to get you through such times. Check out the best work from home apps and services that will make working remotely easier.
If you are looking to lose weight but don’t want to really sweat it out, you need to keep a check on what you are eating. Ultimately, losing weight is all about burning more calories than you intake which is why it is important to keep track of the calories you consume on a daily basis. This is no rocket science as there are plenty of third-party calorie counter iPhone apps on the App Store that will let you easily track calories using your iPhone.