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  1. Microsoft To Do for iOS gets updated with new features and improvements Microsoft has released a new update for the To Do app for iOS users. The update brings new features and improvements to the app. The latest update includes the new planned view that allows users to group tasks by the due date as well as by all available lists. Microsoft released the new planned view to Android users earlier last month and it's rolling out to the iOS app as well. Apart from that, the update allows users to sort both completed and current tasks depending on their
  2. Slay the Spire, the decade’s best deckbuilding game, coming to iOS in June Android version also teased; exact June release date for $10 game coming soon. 44 with 36 posters participating, including story author Slay the Spire's success story is a remarkable one. As one of thousands of games to land on Steam in 2017, this fusion of roguelite progression and "deckbuilding" mechanics, made by a heretofore unknown development team out of Seattle, managed to become a phenomenon due entirely to word of mouth. The game has since surpassed its "2.0" milestone and climbe
  3. Apple releases iOS 13.6 with a bunch of Apple News improvements Today, Apple is introducing iOS 13.6, iPadOS 13.6, macOS 10.15.6, watchOS 6.2.8, and tvOS 13.4.8 to everyone. They've been in testing since the beginning of June. For a minor update that's arriving while a major update is in beta, iOS 13.6 actually packs some new features. For one thing, it includes Apple's new CarKey feature that lets you unlock a car with your phone, but more importantly, there are a bunch of Apple News improvements, which the firm announced today.
  4. iOS 14 could get native call recording for phone and FaceTime calls Apple will hold its virtual WWDC event starting June 22, and during the event, it is expected to unveil the next major iOS update, iOS 14. Some features and changes that might make it to the update have leaked in the past, which include a new all apps screen, a new multitasking UI for iPhone, and the ability to experience parts of an app without installing it. Image: ITHome Another feature that might also make it to this release is a call recording feature that wi
  5. Apple releases iOS 13.6 beta with more automatic software update controls Today, Apple is releasing what it's calling the second developer beta of iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6, even though the first one was called version 13.5.5. It also comes alongside macOS Catalina 10.15.6 beta 2, and the first betas for watchOS 6.2.8 and tvOS 13.4.8. There are two key new features coming in iOS 13.6. One is that users will now have more control over automatic software updates in Settings. As it stands right now, the OS will automatically download updates, and then
  6. Signal can now transfer your chat history to a new iPhone Transmitting your data directly between iOS devices Signal’s new transfer feature in action. Image: Signal Encrypted messaging app Signal now lets you transfer your account data, including your conversation history, to a new iPhone or iPad from your existing iOS device. The feature rolled out in the app’s version 3.9.1 update last week, but the company formally announced the new feature in a blog post published on Tuesday, which also outlines the steps of how the pr
  7. HandyPAF

    3uTools 2.39

    An All-in-One Tool for iOS Devices 3uTools is an all-in-one tool for iOS devices that makes it easy to manage your device without the need to use iTunes. You can view detailed device information at a glance (including IMEI and serial number), uninstall apps, view and manage your photos/videos, create ringtones, import/export music, download wallpapers and ringtones, and more. 3uTools also enables you to flash and jailbreak your phone. The One-click jailbreak feature makes the jailbreak process so simple and easy. The program supports iOS flash in normal mode, DFU mod
  8. Why a small Facebook bug wreaked havoc on some of the most popular iOS apps Facebook’s near-ubiquitous SDK broke yesterday, taking major mobile apps with it Illustration by William Joel / The Verge Sometime around 6:30PM ET on May 6th, popular iOS apps from major companies like DoorDash, Spotify, TikTok, and Venmo suddenly starting crashing. The culprit didn’t remain a mystery for long. Developers on Twitter and GitHub quickly discovered the cause to be an issue with the software develo
  9. YouTube finally begins rolling out the Explore tab to its Android and iOS apps YouTube began testing an ‘Explore’ tab for its iOS app to improve content discovery back in July 2018. However, that feature never made it out of testing for the mobile app. That changes today as the video streaming platform announced via a Support page (spotted by AndroidPolice) that it is rolling out a change to the Android and iOS apps, that replaces the ‘Trending’ tab with the ‘Explore’ tab. The update is rolling to all users widely. In addition to the defau
  10. iOS 14 code reveals new Apple Watch features, including blood oxygen detection Also, expect a feature called SchoolTime for managing the Watch for kids. Enlarge / The Apple Watch series 5. Valentina Palladino 19 with 16 posters participating By digging through leaked iOS 14 code snippets it claims to have acquired, 9to5Mac says it has uncovered a number of details about the new features and improvements coming to the Apple Watch later these year when iOS 14 and watchOS 7 ship. Among them are a new blood oxygen de
  11. Apple Now Allows You To Make Universal Purchases For Mac And iOS Apps It’s quite annoying when you have to pay two times to use the same app on Mac and iOS. Thankfully, you won’t have to do that anymore. Apple has added the ability for developers to enable universal purchases with the new XCode 11.4 beta dev tool. As developer Steve Troughton-Smith pointed out on Twitter, if this option is enabled by the app developer, you can purchase an app on iOS and use it on Mac, and vice versa. He also noted that this feature inclusion was unexpected, and was rumored for a r
  12. Google updates Gmail for iOS with native Files app support Gmail is rolling out an update to its iOS app which brings with it support for the native Files app. The firm announced this change today on its G Suite blog. This is a nifty addition to the app since the attachment pop-up displayed recent files in the file picker until now. The updated functionality lets users browse and pick documents and other attachments through the Files app with which iOS users would be more familiar. Users can hit the clip icon at the top right of the app to attach a file. Thi
  13. Face ID doesn’t work when you’re wearing a mask—Apple’s about to address that Not every beta feature makes it to release, but this one seems likely. Enlarge / The TrueDepth sensor array on the iPhone. Samuel Axon 103 with 70 posters participating Apple's Face ID method for authenticating on recent iPhones offers a number of security benefits, and it's a neat trick to boot. But in a pandemic-stricken world where many people either opt to or are even required to wear protective masks, users have discovered that Fac
  14. A critical iPhone and iPad bug that lurked for 8 years may be under active attack Malicious emails require little or no interaction; exploits active since at least 2018. Enlarge ZecOps 45 with 26 posters participating A critical bug that has lurked in iPhones and iPads for eight years appears to be under active attack by sophisticated hackers to hack the devices of high-profile targets, a security firm reported on Wednesday. The exploit is triggered by sending booby-trapped emails that, in
  15. Apple releases iOS 13.5 beta 3 with contract tracing API Today, Apple is releasing the third developer betas for iOS 13.4.5, iPadOS 13.4.5, macOS 10.15.5, watchOS 6.2.5, and tvOS 13.4.5. Interestingly though, iOS 13.4.5 and iPadOS 13.4.5 have new versions. They're both version 13.5 now, and there's a good reason for the change. They now include the new contact tracing API that was announced a few weeks ago, and it can be used by health institutions. Normally, a bug fix update like iOS 13.4.5 would use the iOS 13.4 SDK. But being that there's a new
  16. 5 handy things iPhone VPN apps can do Avoid those geo-blocks, save cash and much more besides (Image credit: Future) You’ve no doubt heard of virtual private networks (VPNs), but may not know what they actually are and how handy they can be - especially where your iPhone is concerned. Whether it’s curbing location blocks to watch the latest Netflix shows not available in your part of the world, getting access to better deals or simply improving your smartphone's security, here are just a sample of the useful things you c
  17. If an iOS 13 bug is stopping your apps from loading, you're not alone "This app is no longer shared with you" (Image credit: Future) There's a new iOS bug doing the rounds, linked to the roll out of iOS 13.5 a few days ago: it prevents certain apps from loading, displaying the message "This app is no longer shared with you. To use it, you must. buy it from the App Store." As reported by 9to5Mac and others, the bug seems to be affecting a substantial number of users, though it's not clear exactly what fraction of the mill
  18. Microsoft's Office app on iOS updated with HEIC support for file transfers and more Microsoft announced a unified Office app for mobile devices back during its Ignite conference in 2019. The app was then made generally available for Android and iOS in February 2020. It serves as a unified solution for not only working on Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files, but also for PDF files, and provides other functions such as the ability to transfer files between the PC and mobile devices. The iOS version of the app is receiving an update today that brings wi
  19. Google Meet arrives in Gmail for iOS and Android as a giant new tab Google latest Meet push heads to mobile Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google is taking another step toward its Meet integration with Gmail today, bringing the videoconferencing service directly into Gmail for iOS and Android. Gmail mobile users won’t need the dedicated Google Meet app to join meetings, and Google has decided to include Meet as a separate, and rather large, tab at the bottom of the main Gmail interface. If you don’t want Me
  20. Etsy’s iOS app now lets you preview art on your wall through augmented reality A long time coming Etsy Etsy is giving iOS users the ability to see what art will look like on their wall before they buy it. People can pull up any painting, photograph, or print that’s available on Etsy and project it wherever they want through augmented reality. If an item is available in different sizes, those can be selected and previewed, too. This works on both iPhone and iPad, and the company says it hopes to make the feature avai
  21. 8 iOS 14 features Google should bring to Android Apple and Google have both announced the next major version of their mobile operating system that's due to release later in the year. Google was the first to announce Android 11 with a focus on conversations, people, and privacy, and Apple followed suit last month with iOS 14 at WWDC 2020. While both iOS and Android are very mature operating systems at this point, there's still a feature disparity between them in some aspects. It is also quite common for both companies to take inspiration from each other for n
  22. Twitter starts rolling out audio tweets on iOS No word on when the feature will come to Android Twitter is rolling out the ability to record audio snippets and attach them to your tweets. The new feature is available first on iOS and launching today for “a limited group of people,” according to the company. “Sometimes 280 characters aren’t enough and some conversational nuances are lost in translation. So starting today, we’re testing a new feature that will add a more human touch to the way we use Twitter — your very own voice,” Twitter’s Ma
  23. Microsoft Edge beta for iOS lets you set it as the default browser on iOS 14 Last week, we reported that you can now change your default browser in iOS 14, but the feature was exclusive to Google Chrome. As it turns out, it's starting to roll out more broadly, with Microsoft updating its Edge browser to support being set as the default. Right now, it's only for those on the TestFlight beta. The update rolled out over the weekend, and if you've updated, you've probably already seen it. That's because unlike with Google Chrome, Edge will - i
  24. WhatsApp users need to watch out for dangerous 'crash code' messages Fixing the problem could wipe out your chat history (Image credit: Shutterstock / Ink Drop) A new series if text bombs or 'crash codes' have been discovered that cause WhatsApp to continually crash on both iPhone and Android handsets. Specially coded messages containing a seemingly random string of strange characters cause rendering problems for WhatsApp, resulting in a loop of crashes. As well as undecipherable messages delivery crash codes, vCards (vi
  25. 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
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