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  1. Apple says that more than 215,000 iOS apps were blocked by its App Store's App Review team for privacy violations in 2020, while another 150,00 were rejected because they were spamming or misleading iOS users. The company also blocked 48,000 applications from being published on the App Store due to using undocumented or having hidden features. Ninety-five thousand additional apps were also removed from the App Store for using bait-and-switch tactics where new features and capabilities were added to fundamentally change their functionality after being approved.
  2. Brave browser for iOS now allows you save media and play it later with the new Playlist feature Brave browser for iPhone and iPad has a new feature called Playlist. This option allows you to save media content from around the web and play it later from a convenient list. Let's see how to use the Brave Playlist. You will need to be on the latest version of the iOS app, i.e. Brave browser 1.25, to access the playlist feature. Open the browser on your iOS device, and go to any site that contains an audio or video, e.g. YouTube. Aside from media streaming servi
  3. 96% of US users opt out of app tracking in iOS 14.5, analytics find Some of the first data on user behavior exceeds advertisers' worst fears. Enlarge / The Facebook iPhone app asks for permission to track the user in this early mock-up of the prompt made by Apple. Apple It seems that in the United States, at least, app developers and advertisers who rely on targeted mobile advertising for revenue are seeing their worst fears realized: Analytics data published this week suggests that US users choose to opt out of tracking 96
  4. Twitter Rolls Out Taller Image Crops For Android And iOS Today Twitter today announced that it’s rolling out image crops for its Android and iOS apps that allow for taller, bigger, better images in posts. Of course better is really a subjective term. As there are surely some users who will not appreciate the taller image crops that Twitter has to offer. Nevertheless, this is a change that’s happening. Having said that it’s also a change that applies to the Android and iOS apps only. As taller crops don’t seem to be supported on Twitter for the web. Twitter
  5. Apple fixes 2 iOS zero-day vulnerabilities actively used in attacks Today, Apple has released security updates that fix two actively exploited iOS zero-day vulnerabilities in the Webkit engine used by hackers to attack iPhones, iPads, iPods, macOS, and Apple Watch devices. "Apple is aware of a report that this issue may have been actively exploited," the company said in multiple security advisories published today. Webkit is Apple's browser rendering engine that is required to be used by all mobile web browsers in iOS and other applications that render
  6. Office app for iOS adds the ability to merge PDFs and more for Insiders Office Insiders on iOS are getting a handful of new capabilities for the unified Office app as well as PowerPoint with the latest updates to the apps, which bring them to version 2.49. The unified Office mobile app has the most news, starting with the ability to merge multiple PDF files, either those stored on your phone or in the cloud. You can merge PDFs from the Actions menu, from the Most Recently Used list through the triple-dot button, or by selecting Merge from the menu while a PDF file i
  7. iOS 14.5 out with Unlock with Apple Watch support, new privacy controls, and more After quite a few rounds of beta updates, Apple is today rolling out iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 to eligible devices, bringing with it a number of features. These include the new privacy controls that the company announced last year, the ability to unlock iPhones using an Apple Watch, a bunch of updates to Siri, new emoji, and more. One of the most noteworthy additions with iOS 14.5 is the ability for users to unlock their devices using their Apple Watch, bringing an easy way to
  8. This iOS Game Secretly Turns Into a Gambling App Screenshot: John Biggs/Gizmodo Entrepreneur Kosta Eleftheriou has made it his life’s mission to expose scammy iOS apps, and his latest discovery is a doozie. He found a game called Jungle Run—basically a 2D coin running game —that turns into a cryptocurrency-funded casino in Turkey. The app is currently live on Apple’s App Store and claims to be a “fun running game.” When you install it, you see the app’s terms of service in what appears to be a website window inside the app. The terms, unusually, are st
  9. Microsoft OneDrive app updates on Android and iOS with a host of feature improvements The iOS and Android OneDrive apps both updated today for their respective devices and each update was fairly significant with some fun improvements that go beyond the usual ambiguous and generic bug fixes. The iOS update, which brings the app up to Version 12.23.2, squashes two big bugs that were affecting OneDrive’s VoiceOver feature and re-enabled the ability to make writes to files. Here’s the full release notes: You can once again make writes to
  10. Tweetbot 6 for iOS Gains Revamped Video Player With Picture in Picture Support Popular Twitter client Tweetbot 6 was today updated to version 6.1, introducing a redesigned video player, new custom icons, and more. The app features a redesigned video player that includes Picture in Picture support, so videos playing in the app can be watched even if you swipe out of the app. A video that's playing in Tweetbot can be shifted into Picture in Picture mode by tapping on the Picture in Picture icon in the top left. Once in Picture in Picture mode, the video
  11. Tim Cook Responds to Facebook Criticism of iOS App Tracking Transparency Changes, Says It's 'Hard To Argue Against' Privacy In a preview of an interview with The New York Times' Kara Swisher, set to be published on Monday, April 5, Apple CEO Tim Cook said he's "shocked" at the criticism Apple has received in recent months over upcoming privacy changes in iOS, and claimed that they're "hard to argue against." Apple plans to begin enforcing App Tracking Transparency (ATT) changes following the release of iOS 14.5, meaning all apps that access an iPhone's ad iden
  12. Microsoft’s Cortana meets an untimely end on iOS and Android This is only the latest development in a series of cuts for Cortana. Cortana on an iPhone. Microsoft Microsoft's Cortana app for iOS and Android will soon shut down, the company has announced on a support page. This effectively puts a nail in Cortana's coffin for consumer use cases, at least as far as competing directly with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa goes. Here's what the announcement says: We will soon b
  13. Apple will reveal the next versions of iOS, macOS at WWDC21, starting June 7 It will be entirely online again, as expected. Enlarge / Apple's splash image for WWDC 2021, which references a meme from last year. Apple Apple will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on schedule this year, with the event kicking off on June 7 and concluding on June 11. Like last year, it will be an online-only affair as the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic. All the event's offerings will be fr
  14. ‘Final Fantasy VIII Remastered’ is Now Available for iOS and Android For a long while now, there has been a lonely little gap in the Final Fantasy folder on my iPhone. I could sit there and count the numbers up: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7… 9. Where are you, Final Fantasy VIII? Did Selphie take a wrong turn at Galbadia? Was Squall’s ambivalence so great that he could not get out of bed? Did they all just forget somehow? The 20th anniversary year came and went. A remaster appeared on consoles and computers. And that gap still persisted. Well, until now anyway. What a lovely litt
  15. Opera Touch for iOS Gets Rebranded to Just 'Opera' on Its 3rd Anniversary, Revamps UI Opera Touch on iOS has now been rebranded to just Opera, retaining its classic design with some visual changes. Opera for iOS brings forward the clean and minimalistic design of its predecessor Opera has revamped its Opera Touch browser for iPhone and iPad models to commemorate its third anniversary on the platform, and rebranded it to just 'Opera' in the process. With the update, the browser gets a modern UI that keeps the minimalistic style and core functionalities of its
  16. New XcodeSpy malware targets iOS devs in supply-chain attack A malicious Xcode project known as XcodeSpy is targeting iOS devs in a supply-chain attack to install a macOS backdoor on the developer's computer. Xcode is a free application development environment created by Apple that allows developers to create applications that run on macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS. Like other development environments, it is common for developers to create projects that perform specific functions and share them online so that other developers can add them to thei
  17. Snapseed is a powerful mobile photo-editing app Snapseed is a free photo-editing application by Google for the mobile operating systems Android and iOS. Third-party tools are often superior to those that ship with operating systems by default; this is true for desktop systems, e.g. Paint on Windows, but also on mobile devices, e.g. Google Photos on Android. Snapseed is a free application that supports several features, including options to apply filters to photos and use image editing tools. The Android application was used for this review. Once
  18. Apple releases third public beta of iOS 14.5, here’s what’s new Following the release to developers yesterday, Apple today released iOS 14.5 beta 3 to public beta users. iOS 14.5 beta 3 makes continued refinements to the new features coming to iPhone and iPad users this spring. One of the new features introduced with the first beta of iOS 14.5 was the ability to change the default music player used for Siri commands, similar to what’s already available to HomePod users. This option is available once again with iOS 14.5 beta 3.
  19. iOS Microsoft Remote Desktop app gets a number of new changes in its first 2021 update Microsoft’s Remote Desktop app received its first update for the year for Apple’s iOS devices today. This update, a pretty big one, makes some UI improvements, adds a new zoom slider, and fixes a couple of bugs that were frustrating some users. Here’s the full release notes for the update which brings Microsoft Remote Desktop up to Version 10.2.4: It’s 2021 and time for our first release of the year. First, we’ve made changes to the connection bar (which i
  20. Google has finally added iOS’s privacy labels to Gmail Strangely, the labels didn’t come with an update Screenshot: The Verge Google has finally added Apple App Store privacy labels to its Gmail app, almost a month after we ran an article wondering what was taking so long (via MacRumors). The app is the second major Google app to get the labels, after they were added to YouTube when it was updated earlier this month. So how does it look? Well, that’s up for you to decide. The app apparent
  21. Chrome for iOS test locks Incognito tabs behind Touch or Face ID The feature will blur that tab you want to remain private. No CaptionThomas Trutschel via Getty Images Google is working to make private web browsing on Chrome for iOS a little more secure by letting you lock Incognito tabs with Face or Touch ID. The update, detailed in the app's beta version for iPhone and iPad, essentially blurs Incognito tabs in the tab switcher so that they remain hidden until you authenticate with either a fingerprint or facial unlock. It's a helpful li
  22. Apple updating the subscription sheet in iOS 14.5 with clearer pricing and trial information Last week we shared a concept that explored ways Apple could improve the subscription sheet in iOS to help customers better understand what they’re signing up for. The issues with the subscription sheet have been a hot topic lately amongst the community. But tonight the developer behind Launch Center Pro, David Barnard has pointed out that in the latest beta of iOS 14.5 Apple has started to make some changes to improve the experience. The changes are subtle, but the
  23. Microsoft Teams iOS app updated with the ability to forward meetings to one or more people Microsoft yesterday released a new update for Microsoft Teams app on the Apple App Store. This Version 2.4 comes with two new features. You can now forward meetings to one or more people. Second, you can now create and join events with Teams personal users. Find the full change log below. Create and join events with Teams for friends and family. Simply sign in and meet. Forward meetings to one or more people. As always, this update also includes several bu
  24. Apple Offers Its Closest Look Yet at iOS and MacOS Security In its latest Platform Security Guide, Cupertino raised the curtain on the critical features that protect against hackers. Security researchers still want more info from Apple—but this is a good start.Photograph: Aaron P./Bauer-Griffin/Getty Images Apple is a notoriously tight-lipped and insular organization, a tendency that has often put it at odds with the security research community. The company
  25. Google’s own iOS apps are now literally begging for updates that don’t exist ‘You should update this app.’ Illustration: Alex Castro / The Verge Google hasn’t updated many of its iOS apps in weeks, perhaps to avoid potential criticism from what might be revealed from Apple’s new mandatory App Store privacy labels. But now, some of Google’s own iOS apps seem to be complaining about the wait: we’re now seeing confusing notices inside Gmail, Google Maps and Google Photos saying that the apps are out of date
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