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Humana’s iOS app now works with HealthKit, offers rewards

Humana’s iOS app now works with HealthKit, offers rewards

Apple’s HealthKit finally got some much-needed integration over the weekend, and the apps taking advantage keep trickling in. Some, like Centered, aim to bring balance via meditation — not for everyone. Healthcare provider Humana has updated their app to work with Apple’s platform, and it might be the first to give you reason to use HealthKit.

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Potential Android Auto 3rd party app UI unveiled

Potential Android Auto 3rd party app UI unveiled

Google wants Android to be in everything that has web connectivity and to that effect, the company has unveiled what third party apps might one day look like inside your car. Android for the car will be called Android Auto and the image you see here is what the apps might one day look like in the car, assuming your car supports Android Auto.

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Vine update adds needed features for Android

Vine update adds needed features for Android

Unlike Hyperlapse, Vine is giving Android some attention. An update rolling in today brings some iOS features with it, like the ability to choose videos from your device, and edit multiple videos down to a six-second clip. All in all, the update should make you want to use Vine much more.

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HealthKit apps start trickling into the App Store

HealthKit apps start trickling into the App Store

With iOS 8, the promise of HealthKit apps left us wanting. Not ready for primetime, HealthKit — and the Health app loaded on your phone — were useless. iOS 8.0.1 fixed HealthKit, but broke other, more necessary items. Now that iOS 8.0.2 is out, we’re starting to see HealthKit apps trickle into the App Store.

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Report: Google taking tighter control of Android

Report: Google taking tighter control of Android

Android is open source software, but if you want to run Google’s version of it, there are rules. Now it sounds as if those rules are getting a bit more stringent, as Google aims to tighten their grip on the platform just a bit. A new report details just how much more Google your Android handset might be.

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In-app browsers for iOS may be sniping your data

In-app browsers for iOS may be sniping your data

The hits keep coming for iOS today, don’t they? A new report suggest in-app browsers for iOS can log you keystrokes, right down to your username and/or password. Via a video, which you can see below, Developer Craig Hockenberry shows just how vulnerable you are outside of Chrome or Safari.

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