Tag: ios

An iOS-only video workflow: Surprises, challenges, and hopes for the future

Last week I attended CES in Las Vegas to help bring you 9to5Mac’s coverage of the latest tech products and Apple accessories going into 2019. While hands-on videos are one of the most effective ways to share the news, they can also be the most challenging to create amidst the chaos that is the show floor. This […]

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YouTube’s new swipe gestures to navigate through video history, rolling out to iOS this week

As more YouTube viewers hit mobile devices, the platform is testing new features to improve the experience on smartphones and tablets. This week, YouTube is launching a new set of swipe gestures for its mobile app to better navigate video history. With these new swipe gestures, YouTube users can easily navigate through their video history. This includes […]

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Startup offering $3 million to anyone who can hand over zero-day exploits for iOS or macOS

Crowdfense, a startup company based out of the United Arab Emirates is offering up to $3 million for anyone who can offer a zero-day exploit on macOS, iOS, Android or Windows. Motherboard reports that the startup put out a bug bounty on Tuesday. Zero-day exploits are bugs or vulnerabilities that are unknown to the developers, in this […]

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REVIEW: THE IPHONE X IS THE BEST PHONE FOR BUSINESS, PERIOD.

Ten years ago, the original iPhone ushered in a new world for mobile computing and sparked the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement at work. Soon after it arrived, iPhones were showing up everywhere in the office, forcing companies to quickly scramble to figure out how to manage them. Michael DeAgoniaThe iPhone X, with its distinctive “notch” at […]

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How to Use the iOS 11 Files App

Apple’s iOS 11 introduced a new app known simply as Files, which lets you view and access all the files you’ve stored on online services such as iCloud, Box, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive. You can open a file directly to work with it on your iPhone or iPad. You can copy a file from one service to another, […]

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Google feed getting improvements on Android and iOS

In addition to improving Play Store curation, Google has announced that it’s beefing up another one of its apps. The Google app feed already shows you topics that you’re interested in, and now it’ll be able to reflect your interest in topics, too. For example, if you’re super into video games and a little interested in […]

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What do you want to see in iOS 11?

At the beginning of June, Apple is going to host its latest Worldwide Developers Conference and going to announce new things. While iOS is going to (probably) take the lion’s share of time on stage, the company has also launched new and updated platforms over the years. macOS got revitalized with a name change recently, […]

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Korg brings the iconic ARP Odyssey synth to iOS

Synthesizer companies have a knack for bringing digital versions of analog gear to mobile devices so hobbyists and pros alike can get creative with ease. Earlier this year, Moog released a $30 app that brought the legendary (and massive) Model 15 to the iPad. Korg already has synth apps under its belt, including a more […]

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Bumpers for iOS takes all the hassle out of podcasting on the go

If you’ve ever tried recording a podcast – whether at home, in a studio or on your phone – you know how much work it takes to get it right. Between scripting your episode, recording a clean take and adding music and segues, it can be quite a task to pull off on your own. […]

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You can bet the farm now on the Nexus Marlin featuring SD820, 4GB RAM, 13/8MP cams

Mobile industry insiders have been known to make mistakes regarding high-profile unreleased devices, especially those manufactured by companies like LG, Huawei, Motorola or Asus with Google’s supervision and Nexus seal of approval. And pre-launch benchmarks can also occasionally be misleading. But it’s hard to imagine an assortment of the two different classes of reliable sources […]

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