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  1. Microsoft's Family Safety app exits preview, now generally available Microsoft announced the Family Safety app back in March when it rebranded Office 365 subscriptions to Microsoft 365. The Redmond firm began taking sign-ups for a preview and the preview became available to those users in May. Now, after a couple of months in testing, the company has announced that the service is being made available to Android and iOS starting this week. The app – as the name suggests – lets users keep a tab on family members and their digital usage. It lets users set scree
  2. How to take screenshots on your iPhone Quick and easy snapshots of your screen If you buy something from a Verge link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement. Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Screenshots are handy. You can use them to show your grandparent how to use a new app. You can use them to send a shot of that strange error message to your company’s IT department. You can use them to capture tweets — yours or someone else’s — before they disappear down the deletion bl
  3. Apple releases iOS 13.7 with support for new automatic COVID-19 notification system The system, built jointly with Google, will help remove the burden of needing dedicated apps Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Apple on Tuesday released iOS 13.7, adding support for a new exposure notification system for powering COVID-19 tracking. The system is an extension of the existing coronavirus contact tracing efforts, but it removes the burden on states of having to build a dedicated app. News of the new software fr
  4. Adobe accidentally deleted people’s photos in latest Lightroom update Pictures and presets are gone for good Photo Illustration by Mateusz Slodkowski / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images For the past two days, photographers have been posting in a panic across Twitter, Reddit, and the Photoshop feedback forums. They’d downloaded Adobe’s latest update for Lightroom’s iOS app, and suddenly, their photos and presets were gone. Adobe has now confirmed the issue, and it’s also said that the data are gone for goo
  5. Facebook warns that new privacy protections in iOS 14 will hurt parts of its business Facebook announced today the key steps it is taking to address major privacy changes introduced by iOS 14. Announced in June, Apple's latest operating system for iPhone will make it harder for businesses to track user data by preventing apps from collecting those data using Apple’s device identifier without their consent. The social networking giant said it will stop collecting the identifier for advertisers (IDFA) on its apps on devices that are eligible for iOS 14. Facebo
  6. Hackers could exploit this nasty Safari bug to lift files from your hard drive Safari bug could be used to steal local files from iOS and macOS devices (Image credit: Shutterstock / Nicole Lienemann) A bug in Apple's Safari browser could be abused by hackers to leak or steal files from the devices of Mac and iOS users according to a new report from a security researcher. Co-founder of the Polish security firm REDTEAM.PL, Pawel Wylecial fir
  7. Apple News+ redirects web links to the News app by default in iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur beta Apple's news subscription service, Apple News+, appears to be "intercepting traffic" to the sites of publishers that have participated in the program. This has been pointed out in a tweet by Tony Haile, CEO of subscription news service Scroll. News+ has been spotted opening web links from its participating publishers directly in the dedicated News app by default in the early beta versions of iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur. That means when you tap or click on a link to an ar
  8. iOS 14’s Best Privacy Feature? Catching Data-Grabbing Apps Apple's new operating system hasn't been released to the public yet, but its new permission notifications are already shaming developers into cleaning up their acts. Photographer: Nelson Ching/Bloomberg/Getty Images With every iOS update, users gain more controls over what data that app developers can collect about them. The new iOS 14 is no different, except for one thing—it hasn’t
  9. How to get rid of that irritating Meet tab in Gmail for Android and iOS Reclaim your email space I have nothing against Google’s Meet videoconferencing platform — I’ve even used it a couple of times with relatives — but I can’t help being annoyed when the feature is pushed at me via other apps. Specifically, Gmail. Meet first appeared on the desktop Gmail app last spring, but it did not take up much space and was reasonably easy to ignore (or remove from your screen, if you so wished). Now, however, Meet is mak
  10. iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1 are out with a fix for FaceTime Today, Apple released iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1, introducing a few key fixes. The update is the 12th since iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 were originally released, and they're not the last either, with version 13.4.5 currently in beta. Both updates have a handful of key bug fixes. For one thing, there was an issue that causes iOS 13.4 devices from being in FaceTime calls with users on iOS 9.3.6 and earlier, and OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 and earlier. This was resolved on both iOS and iPadOS.
  11. Video calling app Zoom's iOS version is sharing user data with Facebook Even if you don't have a Facebook account (Image credit: Shutterstock) Zoom's video calling service has been available for a while now but the unprecedented number of people working from home during the coronavirus pandemic has skyrocketed the app's popularity. However, research conducted by Vice's tech branch, Motherboard, has revealed that Zoom's iOS app has been secretly sharing analytical data with Facebook, even if the user doesn't have an accou
  12. Microsoft's OneDrive app for iOS has received some attention over the last few months, particularly when it has come to revamping its design and also dark mode support for iOS 13. Microsoft's cloud storage app has already picked up a few updates so far in October to correct problems with the share extension, adding multiple window support, and improving the performance of search results for business users. Today, OneDrive for iOS has picked up a number of bug fixes in Version 11.5 specifically for iPad in addition to other problems that have become apparent with the app when runnin
  13. Cloudflare's Warp VPN is now available to all: a first look Cloud provider Cloudflare launched its privacy-focused DNS service 1.1.1.1 in 2018 and published apps for Android and iOS in the same year. The company announced its Warp vpn service in April 2019 and invited users from all over the world to join a waiting list to test it. The once-restricted VPN service is now available to everyone who downloads and installs the company's 1.1.1.1: Faster & Safer Internet application for Android or iOS. Warp establishes a VPN connection
  14. In order to make small firms sell goods more easily, WhatsApp has added a new feature to its WhatsApp Business app called catalogs. Catalogs are accessible via a business’s profile page and users can scroll through the different products to see a description and price. This will cut out the need for back and forward messaging between customers and businesses. For each product, businesses can attach a price, a description, and a product code. Not only does this speed custom up but it also makes smaller businesses look more professional. According to WhatsApp, catalogs are stored in
  15. Apple rolls out iOS 13.2.2 update with fix for annoying multitasking bug Apps won’t close in the background so quickly anymore Apple has just released iOS and iPadOS 13.2.2, with a fix for a frustrating bug that led apps to close in the background much quicker than usual. Even a jump between two apps could be enough for Safari windows to reload or to lose your place in a YouTube video. The issue is also fixed in the iOS 13.3 update that went into beta testing this week, but it’s great to see that Apple is fast-tracking a fix to all customers. iOS 13
  16. The latest Edge for iOS beta update (Version 44.9.0) comes with new improvements. First, Edge browser now supports dark mode on iOS 13 devices. Second, Tracking Prevention is now available on Edge for iOS. Third, Microsoft has expanded the available search engine list by adding top search engines. Finally, this update also includes general bug fixes and performance improvements. Download the latest update here from Test Flight app on your iOS device. Source
  17. Microsoft's Seeing AI app for iOS adds support for five additional languages Microsoft has updated the set of languages supported by its Seeing AI app for iOS to include five another in addition to English. The app, launched in 2017, uses artificial intelligence and computer vision to narrate the world for the visually impaired. The update introduces support for Dutch, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. This means wider availability of the app to millions of users with visual impairment or low vision across the world, Microsoft says. Regarding the n
  18. Spotify's Sleep Timer feature now available on iOS Spotify is today adding a basic yet nifty Sleep Timer feature to its iOS app (spotted by Thurrott.com). The feature has been present on its Android counterpart for a while now, and it is a welcome addition for iOS users who are used to either listening to music at bedtime or prefer to limit music playback within a stipulated time. As the name suggests, the feature lets users set a timer to end playback at the end of a specific track, in five minutes, or at the end of an hour. The feature can be enabled by heading t
  19. just installed the new uncover to jailbreak my iPhone XR ON 12.4.1 but when I press jailbreak it restarts my phone and nothing happens... no Cydia or jailbreak
  20. Google Maps introduces incognito mode for iOS; bulk delete for Android coming in January In a blog post, Google has announced that iOS users will be getting an incognito mode for the Google Maps app, a feature made available to Android users in October. As per the announcement, the update is rolling out to iOS users today. Google says: Incognito mode on iOS works the same way it does on Android. While in Incognito mode, the places you search for or navigate to won’t be saved to your Google Account and you won’t see personalized features within Maps, like restaurant rec
  21. Apple has confirmed that 17 malware iPhone apps were removed from the App Store after successfully hiding from the company’s app review process. The apps were all from a single developer but covered a wide range of areas, including a restaurant finder, internet radio, BMI calculator, video compressor, and GPS speedometer … The apps were discovered by mobile security company Wandera, which said that the apps did what they claimed while secretly committing fraud in the background. Although no direct harm was done to app users, the activity would be using
  22. No more distractions WhatsApp’s latest iOS update stops showing an unread notification badge on its app icon for messages you’ve muted. It’s a minor but welcome change that arrived with version 2.19.110 of the iOS app. The change applies for both individual and group chats. The messaging app’s mute feature is invaluable if you want to reduce distractions, particularly if you’re a participant in any large group chats. Before the update, muting a chat would only stop your phone from vibrating and playing a notification sound when it received a new mess
  23. The Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds have a low 60ms latency mode One of the worst things about using wireless headphones while gaming on an Android phone is the latency. Whether the fault lies with the OS or the manufacturing (or both), I’ve found that most headphones — even expensive ones like the Sony WH-1000X M3s — aren’t able to keep up with what’s on the screen. It’s infuriating, and it’s a situation that Razer’s $99 Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds aim to take on. These new truly wireless earbuds, which Razer announced today, have a minuscule
  24. Everything you need to know about iOS and iPadOS 13.2 AirPods Pro support, Deep Fusion photography, and new emoji are part of the update. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Today, Apple released iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, and tvOS 13.2 for supported iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV devices. The company also released a minor update labeled iOS 12.4.3 for iPhones and iPads that saw end-of-support with last month's iOS 13 release. iOS and iPadOS 13.2 represents the first major new feature relea
  25. Microsoft is killing off its Cortana mobile apps everywhere except the U.S. next year If you're a fan of Microsoft's Cortana virtual assistant and you live outside of the U.S., you're in for some bad news, although that should frankly be no surprise. The company is ending support for the Cortana mobile app on iOS and Android as of January 31, as noted in a support document published this week. The support document is from the UK, as Microsoft isn't killing the app if you're in the United States. Indeed, the page also notes that Cortana is being re
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