Livestream has become a popular application within the iOS App Store, as it allows users to not only watch live events as they take place all over the world that are being recorded, but by also allowing people to use their phones to record events as they take place. Now, they’re adding support for GoPro cameras, opening new doors for real time broadcasting.
The Wall Street Journal on Friday reports that Yahoo plans to reinvest a portion of the earnings it made from an early investment in Alibaba in the fast-growing startup Snapchat. The ephemeral app allows iOS and Android users to send photos and videos to others that only last for a matter of seconds before permanently disappearing.
We’re back with our weekly Best New Games roundup, covering the best new iPhone, iPad and iPod touch game releases from this week. Apple typically refreshes the App Store with a lineup of exciting new games on Wednesday night, this week featuring Card Dungeon, Cloud Knights, Tiny Troopers: Alliance and Marble Mountain.
A number of developers have taken advantage of iOS 8’s newly added support for third-party keyboards on iPhone and iPad to come up with creative keyboard solutions on the App Store. Translator Keyboard is one of the latest keyboards to hit the App Store, allowing users to quickly translate words to different languages without leaving the app they are currently using.
As an increasing number of users transition away from digital music downloads and towards streaming music services like Spotify and Rdio, the platforms are working hard to add several new features to satisfy their growing user bases. Look no further than the latest update to Spotify for iPhone, which adds support for CarPlay-equipped vehicles.
In late July of this year, Spotify’s iOS app received a major update that brought in new features, as well as an invite system for Canadians who wanted to try out the music streaming service. Now, two months later, the app is finally publicly available.
Facebook Messenger and Kindle are the latest apps to be updated with support for the higher-resolution screens on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, meaning they are no longer blurry or scaled up in size. Developers have slowly been updating their apps on the App Store with support for the larger smartphones following their launch earlier this month.