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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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Beastgrip review: mobile photography gets serious

Beastgrip review: mobile photography gets serious

There has been a lot of chatter about mobile photography lately, with more than one clip-on lens maker attempting to stake claim to your phone. At the end of the day, what you get is a slightly upgraded picture, but probably one that is more novelty than actually good. Can mobile photography be great, though? The answer is yes, if you have a Beastgrip.

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New app makes iPhone camera more like a DSLR

New app makes iPhone camera more like a DSLR

Part of the knock on mobile photography is the lack of controls. Unlike a DSLR, the ability to control things like exposure are typically lost on a smartphone. With increased third-party integration in iOS 8, a new app aims to bring you some of the controls you want on a DSLR, but on your iPhone.

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Chrome for iOS updated, adds extensions

Chrome for iOS updated, adds extensions

As iOS 8 finds its way to more devices, Developers will start to update their apps. Though Safari is the default browser for Appel products, many insist on downloading Chrome to take its place. Those fancy extensions Apple bragged up for iOS 8 and Safari are now available on Chrome, via an update.

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1Password gets touchy with Touch ID, goes freemium on iOS

1Password gets touchy with Touch ID, goes freemium on iOS

Agile Bits is bumping 1Password on iOS to the big version 5 and this update is more than just a simple improvement over the current release. First, it has now gained support for using your fingerprint to get access to your password vault. And second, it marks the transition of 1Password into a freemium service, at least for iOS users.

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Apple adds app-specific passwords for iCloud

Apple adds app-specific passwords for iCloud

In their ongoing effort to better secure iCloud, Apple is taking additional steps to let us safeguard our stuff. In addition to two-factor authentication, which came back to iCloud not long ago, Apple is also letting us create app-specific passwords for various third-party apps that access iCloud. The feature will also become standard very soon.

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