Tag: iOS

Google is Now Rolling Out Lens to iOS Users

After initially making it available to those with Android devices, Google has begun rolling out its Google Lens image recognition software to those with iOS devices. Anyone who uses version 3.15 of the Google Photos […]

Google is Finally Adding a Dark Mode to YouTube on iOS and Android

Google today announced its updating the YouTube mobile apps for iOS and Android with a dark mode that darkens certain elements of the app’s interface for a more cinematic experience. The company added the feature […]

Google Expands Lens to More Android Devices with Google Photos

During MWC 2018, Google announced it would expand its Lens object recognition software, originally exclusive to the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, to more Android devices via the Google Photos app and, eventually, the Assistant […]

You Can Now Stream Live News from Apple’s TV App

Apple today began rolling out an update to its TV app available on iOS and tvOS that enables live news streaming. The feature is similar to the Sports section launched last year in which you […]

Apple Will Reportedly Let iOS Apps Run on macOS Next Year

A new report out of Bloomberg today states Apple is gearing up to┬álaunch iOS app compatibility within macOS. In other words, as early as next year, the company could allow developers to develop a single […]

Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android Now Available for All

Microsoft today officially launched its Edge mobile browser apps for iOS and Android, allowing anyone with an iPhone or Android device to download and install the app. This comes after an initial testing phase which […]

Apple Updates Clips with New TrueDepth ‘Selfie Scenes’ for iPhone X

Apple today updated its Clips application which is used to make short videos or edit photos for sharing across social media. In the update, under the version number 2.0, Apple includes a feature exclusive to […]

You Can Now Place AR Objects from Amazon in Your Home

Amazon today is updating its app for iPhone for the 2017 holiday season, and with the release brings a new feature that lets users place objects within their homes. The technology uses Apple’s ARKit and […]

Amazon Releases New Kindle App w/ Fresh Design and Better Goodreads Integration

Amazon today updated its Kindle app significantly for the first time in quite a while. The app is receiving a new design with tweaked layouts, new options, and better social integration. For instance, the layout […]

Google Brings Opinion Rewards to iOS Users

Google’s Opinion Rewards is a hassle-free way for Android users to earn credits for the Play Store by answering simple surveys every now and then. The app has worked well and does what it says, […]

Microsoft Edge is Coming to iOS and Android

Microsoft is bringing its Edge web browser to mobile devices. In a new blog post today, the company announced new apps for iOS and Android that are currently in beta and can be tested first […]

Instagram Now Lets You Take Polls in Stories

Instagram is rolling out a fresh update to its iOS and Android mobile apps that lets users take polls from within their Stories. By using the new poll sticker, users can ask a question and […]

Amazon’s Music App for iOS and Android Now Includes Alexa

Amazon today announced the integration of its voice assistant, Alexa, into its Amazon Music apps for iOS and Android. Simply updating the apps will gain users the option of controlling their music with their voice […]

Apple Swaps Bing for Google in iOS and macOS Search Bars

In a new report out of TechCrunch, Apple has announced it will be stepping away from using Bing for Siri and Spotlight searchs in iOS and macOS and will instead opt for Google. Bing will […]

Nintendo’s Super Mario Run is Getting a Major Update September 29th

Nintendo’s first mobile game, Super Mario Run, is getting an update. As announced via an article in iOS 11’s new App Store and on Twitter, the update will begin shipping on September 29th to users […]

You Can Now Take 360-Degree Photos in Facebook

Via Engadget, Facebook has announced you can now take 360-degree photos from within their mobile apps for iOS and Android. The feature is beginning to roll out to all users, however we have yet to […]

Instagram Tweaks Replying to Direct Photos

Instagram is tweaking the way users reply to photos sent to them in the platform’s Direct messaging service. Now, when you reply to a photo with another photo, your reply will automatically include a sticker […]

Skype for Mobile Now Lets You Send Money via PayPal

Skype has announced that they’re adding peer-to-peer payments via PayPal to their mobile apps for iOS and Android. This comes after the service landed on platforms like Siri, iMessage, Slack, Android Pay, iTunes, and Samsung […]

Google Updates Gboard for iOS with Maps and YouTube Integration

Google has updated its Gboard for iOS keyboard with two new features: YouTube and Maps integration. The former allows users to directly share videos from the platform in apps by searching for clips across the […]

RIP: Microsoft is Killing its iPhone Keyboard

As first spotted by Windows Central in a support note, Microsoft has announced they’re killing the Word Flow iOS keyboard. The keyboard, a port from Windows Phone that is now dead itself, will be survived […]