This song was written by iOS 8’s autocomplete function

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I’ve always liked Jonathan Mann, the YouTube artist who became popular for writing and uploading a brand new song each and every day. Mann’s a big Apple fan, too, and over the years has put together numerous songs concerning everything from the iPhone 4’s Antennagate (which Steve Jobs actually danced to,) to duets with Siri, to a recap of the Apple Watch unveiling.

In his latest song (number 2,110!) he uses iOS 8’s new autocomplete function to compose a nonsensical song that — how do I put this delicately? — is still more entertaining and listenable than a large percentage of the music on the radio.

I won’t reproduce the lyrics here, since they’re essentially meaningless, but it’s a fun exercise nonetheless that may just be able to displace Mann’s WWDC song, which is still kicking around my head months later.

Via: The Loop

Build Beautiful Websites With CoffeeCup Web Editor And Themes Pack [Deals]

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This Cult of Mac Deals offer features CoffeeCup Web Editor – a clever coding machine designed for one specific reason: making web-editing as painless as possible!

Whether you are a web design rookie or seasoned veteran, CoffeeCup is equipped with a variety of helpers, tools, and slick tricks to guide you every step of the way. Organization and efficiency are key to staying sane and producing quality work. Once you really get into Web Editor’s flexible workspace, you’ll wonder how you’ve ever got by without it.

Along with CoffeeCup Web Editor, we have included 5 stylish, responsive editor themes that usually run $18 each. That makes this offer an even greater value: only $29! That’s 81% off the regular price.

Ending Soon: MacFlux: Powerful Mac Web Design Made Easy [Deals]

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MacFlux: Powerful Mac Web Design Made Easy [Deals]

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Dolphin Browser 5.0 Brings Saved Passwords, Autocomplete, Email Sharing & More

Dolphin's latest update means you'll never have to type out a password again.
Dolphin's latest update means you'll never have to type out a password again.

Dolphin is widely regarding as one of the best third-party web browsers for the iPad, and it’s a particular favorite of mine, firmly stuck to the first page of my home screen on all of my iOS devices. With version 5.0 for the iPad, Dolphin gets even better, with the ability to save passwords; autocomplete browsing history, bookmarks, and searches; share URLs via email, and more.