According to developers who signed up to the Accelerator, they’re finding themselves with a major advantage over other local app-makers in being shown how to incorporate Apple’s latest tech. And it’s working out pretty well for Apple, too!
Facebook has quietly added the ability to make, save, and share GIFs using the built-in camera in its iOS app.
The feature is the latest camera-related upgrade Facebook has added in its efforts to take on socially-oriented, photo and video-sharing apps like Snapchat. Facebook added its mobile camera earlier this year, alongside an assortment of frames and reactive filters.
If you’re a fan of zombies with your mobile gaming, you may want to check out the first gameplay trailer for the upcoming iOS and Android game The Walking Dead: March to War.
A sprawling multiplayer strategy game set in the ruins of zombie-ridden Washington D.C., it looks a whole lot of fun. If the developers’ previous game Game of Thrones Ascent is anything to go by, it should certainly live up to its promise, too! Watch the trailer below.
iPhone cases don’t have to be boring and unpractical. With Edge, you get cool LEDs that notify you of incoming alerts for any app, let you keep an eye on battery levels at a glance, and more.
It’s just one of the awesome ideas in this week’s Crowdfund Roundup. We also have an ultra-affordable Android Wear smartwatch, the world’s smartest nightlight, the coolest e-bike ever, and a high-quality and affordable 3D printer.
Omnigroup launched Omnigraffle 3 for iOS today, and it looks like a fantastic update to the diagramming, chart-making, flow-chart-creating app. But that’s not nearly the most important thing about this release, because Omni may have changed the way paid software works on iOS, and may be making it possible for “expensive” pro-level apps to be viable on the cheap-o app store at last.
Enjoy Street Fighter games? If you’re even the slightest fan of the fighting game genre, then the answer is that of course you do!
With that in mind, you’ll want to check out Capcom’s Street Fighter IV: Champion Edition, a mobile port of the well-received 2011 game for Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. And you know what? It’s pretty darn great!
A friend emailed me with an iPhone crisis. The storage capacity on her iPhone 6 was full and she was unable to shoot pictures or videos. She needed space fast.
I walked her through the steps on how to purchase additional space on iCloud. But I also said I had a few devices that plug into the phone and allow her to quickly offload their data. She asked that I stand by.
Its incredible accessibility features make the iPhone the perfect smartphone for the visually impaired. And it just got even better, thanks to a new app from Microsoft that uses artificial intelligence to describe the world around you.