Music is a pretty big deal at Apple, and that’s no different for apps the company has under its purview, including GarageBand and a brand new addition, Music Memos.
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There are a several different password management apps for iOS devices available, but 1Password is one of the more popular options, and its latest update is adding some noteworthy new features.
When I hit up the App Store, it’s usually for a purpose. I have an app in mind that I’m specifically going to download. Not too often do I go just to browse around and look for iPhone apps, unless it’s just the featured ones on the front page. But, I realized that there are a ton of great apps out there that don’t quite hit the spotlight and may go unnoticed. So with a little bit of digging, I came up with some pretty cool apps.
A new app called ‘Vidyo!’ has made its way to the iOS App Store that allows iPhone and iPad users to screen record the activity on their device. Apple does not allow apps to record the content being displayed on the screen, but this app from Innovative Developers LTD uses a smart workaround to bypass that restriction.
One of the things we tend to take for granted is the stability of the iPhone and iPad apps. I realized it yesterday when I had an app that I wanted to use, kept crashing on me. It has been a while since I have had an app crashing on me like this.
Gaming is a great way to pass time and not to mention a lot of fun. There are a ton of platforms to play on like XBONE, Playstation 4, Wii U, PC, or even your iPhone. Now if we’re talking about gaming performance there is definitely a big gap between your iPhone and a gaming PC. But, what if you could use the power of your PC to play games on your iPhone? Well, now you can.