When they heard that Google Reader was shutting its doors, the engineers at Digg rushed to create a similar service to keep those abandoned Google Reader users out of the cold. Timing was everything, and Digg had to sacrifice features in order to release its reader by the time Google Reader closed. For this reason,… Continue reading Digg Reader Launches New iOS App, Mobile Site, and New Settings
Few things on the internet are more fun than GIFs. To help us get as at many of GIFs as we can (though we can never truly get enough), Flipboard announced that GIF support is coming to its iOS apps along with three new features to help you discover and share new content. GIF… Continue reading Flipboard Announces GIFs and Top Stories for iOS
Twitter’s latest Android and iOS update comes with an addicting new feature: photo galleries. Previously in Twitter search results you could swipe through thumbnails and click to view images in fullscreen. With Twitter’s recent update, however, these thumbnails will be followed by the option to “View more photos” on Android and iOS devices. Clicking this… Continue reading Twitter Adds Photo Galleries to Mobile, Improves Account Verification
Throughout the week, do you schedule time to work out? If so, do you track your sessions to make sure you are meeting your fitness goals? As distracting as your iPhone may be, the device may be just what you need to take your physical fitness to the next level. Tons of apps ranging from free to subscription level are available to help you design and carry out exercise plans, track your achievements, and learn how to live a healthier life. Below are 10 of the best fitness apps for iOS, ranging from apps that give you a reason to work out to apps that help you plan healthy diets.
Yesterday during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference we were left open-mouthed by the beautiful simplicity of iOS 7. We’ll find no more green felt in Games Center, no more lined yellow paper as a backdrop to our notes. Instead, iOS 7 implements a new clean, modern design that features crisp white backgrounds, translucent boxes, and two-dimensional… Continue reading Why iOS 7 Hasn’t Converted Me to the iPhone
Today at Apple’s much-anticipated Developer’s Conference, WWDC, CEO Tim Cook announced iOS 7, “the most significant iOS update since the original iPhone.” iOS 7 is packed with new features, from a completely rethought design featuring new typography, brighter colors, and improved functionalities to additions to the iOS app family you’re going to love. Though earlier… Continue reading Apple iOS 7 Is Even Better Than We Could Have Dreamed
Thanks for watching the Livestream with us! Soon we’ll release more in-depth looks at Apple’s updates. Here come the updates: 2:15pm: Now the moment we’ve all been waiting for: iOS 7. The biggest change to iOS since the iPhone. Stunning new look, from typography to colors, to functionality: No more mimicking real-life items, gone is… Continue reading Apple WWDC 2013 Announcements: Day 1 [LIVE BLOG]
Flipboard has updated its iOS app just days after releasing a major Android update and Flipboard editor for the web. The new version brings five helpful new features to its iOS users: New profile pages that allow users to view their readership and curation activity A new “Friends” category in the Content Guide that allows… Continue reading Flipboard Updates iOS App with Friends Category and Improved Sharing