Category archives for: iPad Software

Mozilla’s Firefox Keeps The Fox During Rebranding

Firefox has been doing some rebranding, and the new logo above  represents the parent brand of Firefox, everything. The Firefox Team did receive a lot of backfire from the community during this 18 month rebrand process when it leaked the team wanted to kill off the fox. . In the end, the browser still sports […]

Serif Releases Biggest Update Yet For Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer

Serif, creator of Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo, have released version 1.7 of its popular illustration and photo editing apps on Mac. The updates are headlined by enhanced GPU compute acceleration, HDR monitor support, and a new memory management system. Both Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer 1.7 are available are shipping for Mac and Winnows […]

MLB’s At Bat App Adds Major New Features – Leading Off With DVR Controls

  The At Bat app, which lets used watch out of market Major League Baseball games has shipped a major update. Leading off the changes are two headline new features which are MLB.TV Live Rewind and Alternate Audio The first is DVR-style Major League Changes First up is MLB.TV Live Rewind – this new feature […]

Fortnite Now Now Plays At 60fps On Latest iOS Devices

Apple A12 chip is a very powerful chip, it is the brains behind the latest iOS devices like the iPhone XS, XS Max, XR along with the new iPads. Ok they run on the A12X chip to be exact. Now Epic Games is using all that power to bring 60fps frame rate to the iOS version […]

Apple Ships iOS 12.1.2 – Fixs A Few eSIM Bugs

Apple has made iOS 12.1.2 available to iPhones and iPads. The update targets several bugs related to eSIM activation on the iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max. It also addresses an issue that could affect cellular connectivity in some markets on those same phones. iOS 12.1.2 is free to download over the air.

Google Search App For iOS Now Packs Google Lens

Google recently updated the Google Search app for iOS devices and added the Google Lens visual search feature. The Google Lens icon now appears in the search bar. Pressing it turns on the camera, which can then be aimed at objects, text, plants/animals, books/media, and QR/barcodes. Objects and items that Google recognizes will generate results […]

New Bug Accelerates The Closing Of Google+

Google has announced a new bug introduced last month has caused it to speed up efforts to shut down the consumer version of Google+. The bug was part of an update to one of Google+’s APIs and it left the data of some 50 million users exposed. Google says to its knowledge no one knew about […]

Google Assistant For iOS Adds Siri Shortcut Support

Google has made its Google Assistant app for iOS devices compatible with Siri shortcuts. This tool allows iPhone and iPad owners to combine Siri and Google Assistant actions. Using the Siri Shortcuts app, people can set up Siri commands that wake Google Assistant to perform tasks. It lets iPhone owners effectively bypass Siri if they […]

Apple Updates Clips App With Selfie Scenes

Apple today provided an update to Clips, its app for creating and sharing videos on the iPhone and iPad. The new version of Clips adds a half dozen Selfie Scenes, which are Apple’s 360-degree background environments that let people put themselves into a 3D scene. The new Scenes rely on the TrueDepth camera on the newer […]

Google Adds Election Tools To Google Search

Google today rolled out several tools to help Americans vote in the 2018 mid-term elections. There are three components to the information being offered by Google: how to vote; who are the candidates and what are the issues; and what are the results. Anyone who searches for “how do I register to vote” or “how […]

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