The next iPhone could unlock at home and change settings on the fly
Jul 5 2014, 12:30am CDT
SonicoMobile has launched iTranslate for Mac 1.0, a new addition to its stable of translation tools that includes iOS and Windows 8.
iTranslate allows users to quickly and easily translate words, sentences and phrases between 80 different languages, offering both written and spoken translations for text entered.
The Mac version of the app sits in the menu bar, allowing users to access it from any app by either clicking its menu bar icon or by invoking a cu ...
Full article at: BetaNews
Jul 11 2014, 9:51am CDT
As if the Flappy Bird phenomenon wasn’t infectious enough to begin with, the torrent of clones that followed the app’s...
Jun 25 2014, 5:33am CDT
iOS 7.1.2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is now available as a fr ...
Full article at: NDTV
Jun 30 2014, 1:36pm CDT
The Weather Channel app for iPad gets a nice update today that brings an overhauled design that the company says is closely aligned to the iOS 7 aesthetic. It also introduces new background photos that display the current weather conditions of the location you’re viewing and tweaked navigation that makes moving around the app easier.
The Weather Channel will officially be replacing Yahoo as the source for Apple’s stock Weather app in the upcoming release of iOS 8 this fall. P ...
Full article at: 9to5Mac
Jun 26 2014, 9:21am CDT
In a somewhat surprise announcement, a jailbreak has been released for Apple's iOS-based devices running iOS 7.1.1,...
Jun 25 2014, 3:56am CDT
Source: Apple Insider
iOS 8 marks the first time ever that Apple will allow iPhone and iPad owners to install third-party keyboards of their choosing. AppleInsider offers readers a first look at the process of installing, enabling and using alternativ ...
Full article at: Apple Insider
Jun 20 2014, 1:27pm CDT
Apple released its first iOS 8 beta on June 2nd and anyone who has installed it since then knows it's a bit rough around the edges. Of course, this is entirely expected — Apple's early iOS betas are always riddled with issues that Apple fixes in the months leading up to its public release. Though tens of thousands of non-developers install the software on their personal devices each year, it is ...
Full article at: BGR
Jun 17 2014, 12:00pm CDT
The open air development process could pose a threat
Jun 4 2014, 11:39pm CDT