Flipboard is still one of my favorite news reading apps on the iPhone. I still like the beautiful design, the publication based styles, the smoothness, the flips. Flipboard offered its own curated categories that made it easy to check out top news for something like Technology or Politics. You could also add your own sources and turn them into a magazine. Now, with the Flipboard 4.0 update, Flipboard is adding Smart Magazines.
Pinterest makes it easy to run down a rabbit hole of content, from quotes, to things to buy, and more.
Ever since Instagram launched live videos, it has been trying to hound users to get on board with the idea. Whenever anyone you follow starts a live video, you get a push notification about it.
Google Voice is a free service that lets you make phone calls and send text messages tied from your Google account. It uses Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology just like Skype and hooks you up with your own new phone number. The perk of this is being able to easily share your Google Voice number with strangers or in a workplace environment while keeping your personal number tied to your wireless carrier just for yourself.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is all the rage these days. Starbucks announced its own initiative into the market not too long ago, and now it’s finally seeing the light of day.
Even in 2017, one of the best arguments you can make for the iPhone is the apps. The apps on iOS are still of a higher quality and have a level of attention and detail you just don’t get anywhere else. If you just got an iPhone and are looking to download and try all the best apps, you came to the right place.
Nintendo has just released yet another Pokémon based game to fuel your appetite for the classic Nintendo game. Known as Pokémon Duel, this game takes a slightly different route compared to Pokémon Go.
Betternet is a terrific VPN service. It’s perfectly easy to activate on iPhone with one tap and connect to the “optimal” location. If you need to connect to a specific location, you can do so at several areas in the world including multiple U.S. points for a low monthly fee. It’s secure, fast, and consistently works well.
If you’ve had an iPhone since the early years of the App Store, you might notice the screenshots have changed over time. Apps used to have basic, plain screenshots that anyone could capture, but they’ve evolved for many developers into promotional masterpieces. Developers photoshop the screenshots into an iPhone or iPad, add text and gradients, and really take advantage of a user’s natural draw to solid graphics.
I am on a very weird sleeping schedule. Some nights I go to bed as late as 3 a.m. and other nights I’m in bed at 10:30 if it was a long day. More often than not it’s the former. I go to bed late and wake up late. I’ve been a night owl for quite some time now. But recently I began a search to find a solution that would help me slowly reverse that. I found Kiwake.