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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. Twitter copies, well... everyone, with self-destructing messages Fleeting tweets vanish after 24 hours (Image credit: Shutterstock) Just about every social media platform out there has the option to post messages, videos, pictures and so on and then automatically have them disappear after 24 hours. On the likes of Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and others the feature is known as Stories, and now Twitter has its own version. While the idea is self-destructing post is nothing new, Twitter has at least gone to the effort of
  18. iOS users can soon use Microsoft Authenticator as their password manager iOS users could soon be able to replace the iCloud keychain feature on their iPhones for automatically filling in passwords with Microsoft Authenticator. The two-factor authentication app from the Redmond firm has begun prompting some users of the addition of a password manager, with the feature termed as “coming soon”. Folks over at Microsofters have managed to get the feature working on a beta version of the app and have posted a few screenshots. Users will be able to head to the pass
  19. iSH spared for now, but what will happen to a-Shell? Two iOS terminal applications popular with developers – a-Shell and iSH – have run into problems with Apple, which has said they breach its App Store Review Guidelines, though iSH has been spared deletion after an appeal. The iSH application is an open-source Linux shell for iOS using a x86 emulator, and at the time of writing is at number 2 in the App Store Developer Tools chart. Tutorials on the wiki include instructions for installing PHP, running an SSL server and Ruby programs, installing the
  20. Plans are in place to allow users to play Epic Games' "Fortnite" on iOS and iPadOS again using Nvidia's GeForce Now cloud gaming service in Safari, the BBC has discovered. Nvidia has reportedly developed a version of its GeForce Now cloud gaming service that works in Safari on iOS and iPadOS, and Fortnite looks to be a key title on the platform for Apple devices that have lost the game due to the ongoing legal battle between ‌Epic Games‌ and Apple. In August 2020, Apple removed Fortnite from the App Store after ‌Epic Games‌ introduced a direct payment optio
  21. Ahead of the PlayStation 5’s launch on November 12, Sony has introduced a big update to its PlayStation App for Android and iOS. The update introduces a completely revamped UI, voice chat support, native PlayStation Store integration, and what Sony claims is a much more refined experience. The redesigned PlayStation App is rolling out globally and is available for Android 6.0 and later. Here are the key changes in today’s update: The PlayStation App features an updated user interface, including a refreshed home screen that allows users to see what their
  22. Microsoft Remote Desktop app for iOS gets updated with fixes and improvements Microsoft has released a new update for its Remote Desktop app for iOS users. The new update fixes multiple bugs and brings general improvements to the app. Furthermore, the update also addresses some of the compatibility issues with iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 as well as brings some minor UI improvements. Here is the full changelog for the update: In this version we addressed some compatibility issues with iOS/iPadOS 14. In addition, we made the following fixes and
  23. Apple releases iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1 with 10-bit HDR support Today, Apple released iOS 14.1 and iPadOS 14.1, its latest minor updates. The updates come in preparation of Friday's launch of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, which are set to ship with the new versions. Some of what's included have to do with iPhone 12 features. For example, the updates include support for 10-bit HDR video playback and editing. This is necessary because one of the big iPhone 12 features is not only the ability to record video in Dolby Vision HDR, but to edit it as
  24. This app lets you do custom iOS icons without the Shortcuts app A seamless iOS icon option, without any extra steps iPhone icon customization is booming, thanks to new features in iOS 14, but there’s still some big catches. The workaround for a bespoke iPhone homescreen requires routing through Apple’s Shortcuts app every time you want to open an app, and the process of customizing all your apps one-by-one is a time-consuming and frustrating task. But Launch Center Pro — a popular tool for cust
  25. Reeder is one of the most popular RSS readers for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and this week it’s gotten a handful of new features. Reeder 5 is now available as a new purchase with support for home screen widgets, new feed syncing features, and more. For iOS 14 users, Reeder 5 includes support for home screen widgets. These widgets allow you to view the most recent articles on your home screen, and you can configure the widgets to show only items from certain feeds, folders, searches, or tags. Reeder 5 also includes a new built-in feeds service to keep thi
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