Gmail for iOS has been updated to version 3.0, bringing along one long-sought feature that will be sure to please users. With the upgrade, Gmail now has background refresh enabled, meaning the app will download new email even when closed.
Twitch today announced their mobile SDK, which aims to overcome certain limitations present in iOS and other mobile devices in order to allows gamers to capture live video of their virtual adventures for sharing or saving for later viewing.
This is the worst: ever recorded a great landscape video only to find out that your phone thought it was in portrait mode? Sure, you can attempt to fix it in post, but why not avoid the hassle altogether? That’s where Horizon comes in.
Apple has filed papers this week to appeal a ruling from last year that found the company guilty of cooperating with others to fix ebook pricing. The formal appeal was filed with the Second US Circuit Court of Appeals and asks for one of two outcomes: that the initial ruling be overturned, or that a new a trial be granted.
Hot on the heels of their $16 billion acquisition by Facebook, WhatsApp has announced today that voice calls will debut in the popular mobile messaging app later this year. Expect the feature to arrive on iOS and Android during the second quarter of the year.
For some like Dong Nguyen, creator of Flappy Bird, a successful app is too much to handle. For others, dollar signs are enough reason to cheat the system. One such app scam artist is exposed.
After Tinder was tweaked to stop utilizing a user’s specific latitude and longitude to determine proximity, a security expert discovered that the new location identifier shared enough precise data to easily triangulate the exact location of a potential match’s last known whereabouts.
The craze around Candy Crush Saga has died down a bit (we blame Flappy Bird), but the title remains a cash cow for publisher King. Just how much money did the puzzle game rake in last year?
Loop aims to take everything that is annoying about mobile payments, remove them from the equation, and present the first truly universal platform the both consumers and businesses can easily adopt. Today they have launched their iPhone app along with its first payment accessory, the Loop Fob.
Last year, RealMac released an update to their popular Clear to-do list app with enough changes for the company to launch as a separate, paid upgrade called Clear+. Several months later the company is backpedaling after their new app created customer confusion and triggered negative feedback.
Remember the days of camping out in front of your tape deck waiting to hit record the moment your favorite song comes on the radio? Things are a lot different in 2014, but perhaps doubleTwist can help you recapture a small bit of that nostalgia with their new AirPlay Recorder app for Mac.