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  1. Apple Maps is finally getting crowdsourced incident reporting Motorists using Apple Maps can report accidents, speed traps and other hazards, and they can even use Siri to do it. Historically, Apple has shied away from police-related alerts in its software, so Speed Check is an interesting development. Apple/Screenshot by CNET Apple Maps is finally committing to crowdsourced incident reporting from motorists. If you're a Waze devotee, or more recently, a Google Maps navigator, you're probably already used to being able to report and view incident reports
  2. The new Microsoft To Do widgets are now available for Apple iOS 14 devices In the new iOS 14 update, Apple allows users to add widgets to their home screen. Today, Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft To Do widgets for iOS 14 devices. With the new widgets, you can view your to-do lists from your home screen. Microsoft To Do will allow you to add any of the following three types of widgets. Your Tasks Widget: The Your Tasks widget helps you select and view tasks from a list of your choice. The widget is available in two sizes
  3. iOS 14.5 lets you set Spotify and others as Siri’s default music service Another great feature for iOS 14.5 Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge iOS 14.5 looks like it will be packed with features, including the ability to use your Apple Watch to unlock an iPhone with Face ID while you’re wearing a mask and support for next-gen console controllers. But users who have already installed the beta discovered another great feature: you’ll be able to select a third-party default music service when you ask
  4. Apple Seeds Updated First Beta of iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to Developers and Public Beta Testers Apple today seeded a new version the of upcoming iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 updates to developers for testing purposes, with the new beta updates coming a few days after Apple released the first iOS and iPadOS 14.5 betas. This beta appears to be an update to the first beta rather than a second version. iOS and iPadOS 14.5 can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center or over the air after the proper profile has been installed on an iPhone or iPad. Apple has
  5. You can now sync your passwords between your iPhone and Windows 10 Apple has just made a big hole in their walled garden by launching a browser extension for Chrome and Edge which allows users to sync their website passwords from Safari in the iPhone and Mac to Chrome or Edge on Windows 10 and back again. This extends the iOS ecosystem somewhat to Windows and reduces the friction between being a dual Apple and Windows citizen. Apple describes the extension as such: iCloud Passwords allows you to use the same strong Safari passwords you create on your
  6. Microsoft details the new Cortana experience coming to Outlook for iOS app Microsoft today revealed the details about the new Cortana experience coming to Outlook for iOS users in the coming weeks. Here’s how you can access Cortana in Outlook app: New Ask Cortana microphone icon will be available when you press new event and message buttons on your Outlook Inbox and Calendar screens. Here’s how Cortana can help you in Outlook app: Cortana can help schedule new events and customize the event details on the scree
  7. iOS 14 still hasn’t delivered its most exciting features, and Apple knows it Apple has scheduled new developer sessions to get widgets and App Clips off the ground (Image credit: Future) Apple released iOS 14 with some promising new features, including finally getting app widgets and the intriguing quick interaction App Clips. While first-party apps like Fitness and Weather got widgets the day of the update, third-party apps have barely adopted either, leaving the promising additions unsupported.
  8. Google researcher discovers new iOS security system iOS 14 shipped with BlastDoor, a new sandbox system for processing iMessages data. Image via Thom With the release of iOS 14 last fall, Apple has added a new security system to iPhones and iPads to protect users against attacks carried out via the iMessage instant messaging client. Named BlastDoor, this new iOS security feature was discovered by Samuel Groß, a security researcher with Project Zero, a Google security team tasked with finding vulnerabilities in commonly-used software. G
  9. iOS App Tracking Transparency will roll out in the spring Last year, Apple announced that it would be giving users more control over how apps track their activities across apps and websites on iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS. It's taken some time, but the company has provided a clearer timeline for the rollout of the feature, which will be available in the next beta update for the operating systems. Called App Tracking Transparency, this new feature means that iOS and iPadOS apps will have to explicitly ask for consent from users in order to track their ac
  10. Focos photo editor for iOS updated with support for Apple ProRAW images Focos is a popular photo editor for iOS that brings advanced tools to edit images with depth field taken using Portrait Mode on iPhone. The app was updated this week with some interesting new features, including support for the Apple ProRAW image — which is available for iPhone 12 Pro users. Version 2.4 of the app adds support for both RAW and Apple ProRAW formats, which are basically photos taken without or with low compression, keeping more details of the photo such as shadows, lights
  11. Microsoft Lists is now available for iOS Today, Microsoft announced that its Lists app for iOS is now available. First announced at Build as a Trello competitor, it showed up as a web app in July with a promised iOS app coming later. Now, that app is here. The Lists app, as you'd probably guess, lets you access and edit the lists that you own and have been shared with you; and of course, you can create new lists. The difference with the mobile app, however, is that it's really meant to be used more on the go than the web app is. Microsoft uses an example of
  12. Apple releases iOS 12.5.1 for older iPhones with Exposure Notification bug fixes Apple releases iOS 12.5.1 update with fixes related to the COVID-19 Exposure Notification feature which was added to older iPhones in December. Apple released iOS 12.5 for devices that could not update to iOS 14 with the crucial Exposure Notification feature. Users with older devices are encouraged to update and check if their region is participating in the COVID-19 tracking API. The bug fix notes sate: "This u
  13. Minecraft Earth is being discontinued on June 30th Mojang Studios’ Minecraft Earth is being closed down this year following a year of lowered player numbers amidst the current climate. “Minecraft Earth was designed around free movement and collaborative play – two things that have become near impossible in the current global situation,” Mojang wrote. “As a result, we have made the difficult decision to re-allocate our resources to other areas that provide value to the Minecraft community and to end support for Minecraft Earth.” Minecraft Earth will reach its end fo
  14. Use PictureThis to identify plants on your mobile Ever wondered what the name of a particular plant that you came across was, where it originally came from, or what it favors in terms of light, soil and temperature? PictureThis is a mobile application for Google Android and Apple iOS devices that aims to provide you with the information. It works similarly to other apps used for identification purposes such as Google Lens, but focuses solely on plants. Note: The app gives free users a limited number of identifications only; these can be increased but are sti
  15. 12 great apps for your new iPhone in 2020 Put power in your phone If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you’re lucky enough to have unwrapped a new iPhone as a holiday gift this year, you’ll probably want to install some new apps on it. Fortunately, we’re here to help with some suggestions. We’ve included great apps that are just generally fun or useful to have on your phone, and apps tha
  16. Nice Try, Facebook. iOS Changes Aren’t Bad for Small Businesses The social media giant would have you believe that Apple’s privacy update will hurt the little guys. But Facebook’s motives aren’t so altruistic. Photograph: Getty Images Late last week, Facebook bought full-page ads in the leading national dailies contending that Apple’s new policy, which will require apps running on iOS to allow users to opt out of tracking beginning early next
  17. Looking for YouTube's Autoplay option? Google moved it! Google released updates for the company's YouTube application for Android and Apple's iOS operating system recently. One of the changes of the update moved the autoplay toggle; it is now displayed in the media player. YouTube users who use the web version, e.g. on a desktop operating system such as Windows, will get the same change. Google is rolling it out currently to all users who access YouTube on the web. Most users should see a prompt the next time they play a video on the site stating "loo
  18. iOS 14.4 beta is out with mostly fixes Apple started rolling out iOS 14.3 earlier this week, alongside its other mid-stream feature updates. As usual, that means that there's already a new update on the way. Those updates are iOS 14.4, iPadOS 14.4, watchOS 7.3, and tvOS 14.4, and the first developer betas are out today. Somewhat unsurprisingly, there isn't anything notable that's new, and Apple's own changelog says that iOS 14.4 includes "bug fixes and improvements". Throughout the course of the beta, there are likely to be some minor new features
  19. iOS 14.3 will be on your iPhone next week - here's how we know Your next big iPhone update, plus watchOS 7.2 (Image credit: Apple) Rumors have suggested iOS 14.3 will be landing on iPhones around the world in the coming days, but now Apple has confirmed the software will be here by the start of next week. According to the Apple Fitness Plus announcement made by the company earlier today, the new software that is launching on December 14 needs iOS 14.3 to run on your iPhone. That suggests that iOS 14.3 w
  20. I've been using Microsoft Authenticator Beta app for a while on my Android phone, today I received an update and now the app works as a system-wide password manager (Password filler), for all websites and apps. This should work on IOS too. Links to Google play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.azure.authenticator&hl=en_US&gl=US And App store. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-authenticator/id983156458 (remember you have to enroll in Beta for now until this is rolled out to the public) Q: How are my pas
  21. How to install and use Neofetch on desktop and mobile If you’ve spent any time looking around Linux subreddits, you may have seen some desktop screenshots where the user has their terminal displaying their system’s specs next to the logo of the operating system they use. While other programs can display information like this, one of the common options is called Neofetch – a program written in bash and available on all the popular operating systems and niche ones. In this guide, I’ll show you how to install Neofet
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    iOS 15: what we want to see

    iOS 15: what we want to see Wishing for a wish list The iPhone 12 mini running iOS 14 (Image credit: TechRadar) iOS 15 is a long way off yet but we’re already hearing the first early leaks and rumors about it, all of which you’ll find below. Beyond that we also have a good idea of when you’ll see it – and of which devices will support it, details of which you’ll also find below. Then further down we’ve included a list of some key improvements we want from iOS 15, as with iOS 14 Apple overhauled its operating system, most
  23. The company will begin testing a mobile Safari version in the coming weeks Google on Thursday announced iOS support for its Stadia cloud gaming service, following in the footsteps of Microsoft in turning to the mobile web to circumvent Apple’s App Store restrictions. Google says it has been building a progressive web app version of Stadia that will run in the mobile version of Apple’s Safari browser, similar to how Microsoft intends to deliver its competing xCloud service on iOS sometime next year. But Google intends to beat Microsoft to the punch with publ
  24. Gmail and more Google apps are getting widgets on iOS Apple's iOS 14 added support for home screen widgets for the first time, and companies have been working to catch up and add widgets to their own apps. Google is one such company, and after adding a widget for the Search app back in September, the Mountain View giant has now revealed a few more apps getting their own iOS home screen widgets. Some of the widgets are rolling out in the next few days, and those are for Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Fit. The first two are fairly similar, featurin
  25. WhatsApp is introducing a new Read Later function – here's how it'll work Chat archiving is getting a serious upgrade (Image credit: Shutterstock / Alex Ruhl) There have been some pretty major changes and additions to WhatsApp in recent weeks and months, and the latest development sees the arrival of a replacement for the current Archived Chats feature. The new version of Archived Chats is called Read Later, and it brings important changes to the way messages can be archived and muted. The new Read Later option works in
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