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Adobe Post debuts on iOS for social media graphics creation

Adobe Post debuts on iOS for social media graphics creation

One of the lasting trends among social media apps for smartphones is the photo sharing service, such as Instagram and all its clones. But a growing sub-genre of that are apps like Over, LetterGlow, and Cover, which let users add graphics and stylized text overtop their images before sharing them on their favorite social networks to gain likes and hearts. Now Adobe has stepped up to the plate with its own take for iOS, dubbed Post.

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BADLAND 2 released with neat 3D Touch features for iPhone 6S

BADLAND 2 released with neat 3D Touch features for iPhone 6S

Both the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus will benefit from the many new 3D touch-specific features included with the release of BADLANDS 2. This game has been released this week, for iOS only (for now), and utilizes the 3D touch abilities of both of Apple's newest smartphones. Inside you'll find the ability to fly across the screen and stay aloft by pressing and releasing (but not all the way) in a manner similar to, but not the same as, the first version of this title.

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PS Vue Chromecast support ironically lands first on iOS

PS Vue Chromecast support ironically lands first on iOS

Streaming video content, even while available everywhere there is an Internet connection, is more often than not best enjoyed on a TV screen. But what do you do if don't have a dedicated set-top box or gaming console for that? Or even a dedicated TV? Luckily Google's Chromecast has introduced a revolution in watching streaming content, which Sony is now giving homage to by making its PlayStation Vue service compatible with the HDMI dongle. But in an unexplained twist of events, that support is coming not via Google's own Android devices but through Apple's iOS platform.

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Google Play Books’ Night Light gives your eyes a rest before bed

Google Play Books’ Night Light gives your eyes a rest before bed

People today use their smartphones for almost everything. Sometimes that even includes reading, at least in as much as can fit inside that relatively small screen. But while it might be convenient, reading from such screens aren't always the best, nor the healthiest, especially come night time. That is why different reading apps, as well as full-colored book readers, are now offering some for of night mode reading. Google's Play Books app is just one of the latest to join that trend to help lessen the strain on your eyes while keeping you hooked on that gripping novel.

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Inbox by Gmail updated for “travel plans”

Inbox by Gmail updated for “travel plans”

Just in time for the winter holidays, Google has updated Inbox by Gmail with a bag of new features. This week they've added to the bits "Trip Bundles" as well as mobile attachments. What users will find with Trip Bundles isn't a whole lot new in the creation of those bundles, but in the sharing of those bundles. Mobile sharing of photos also becomes simpler this week, with a simple file browser embedded within the attachment segment.

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iPhone 7 may be self-healing T-1000 waterproof

iPhone 7 may be self-healing T-1000 waterproof

A self-healing elastomer has been revealed by an early license listing by Apple for future smart devices, possibly headed to the iPhone 7. The next-generation smartphone may very well benefit from what Apple describes as a "self-healing elastomer may obscure the electronic connectors from the user as well as provide environmental protection for the connector and the electronic device." This will assist in waterproofing the smartphone, something Apple has already begun working towards in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s.

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Google Maps on iOS now shows business hours, gas prices

Google Maps on iOS now shows business hours, gas prices

Almost everyone has had this experience, or nightmare navigating to a new destination. You decide to take your family or friends to a restaurant you've been hearing rave reviews about. Armed with Google Maps (or your choice of navigation), you are confident you'll reach your destination safe, sound, and, more importantly, fresh. Which you eventually do, but not in time to find out that the place closes shop at 8 p.m. If you had Google Maps' update app on your iPhone or iPad, that wouldn't have been a problem.

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Google app for iOS updated with 3D Touch support

Google app for iOS updated with 3D Touch support

The Google app for iOS has been updated with 3D Touch support, giving iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users some added functionality. Users can, for example, hard press on the Google app’s icon to pull up shortcuts for common activities: voice search, image search, and search. The update brings with it a couple other changes, as well, that aren’t limited to the latest iPhone models.

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App Store now shows Apple TV support in iOS

App Store now shows Apple TV support in iOS

Since the Apple TV's official App Store launched a month ago, we've seen a host of new apps on the market for it. In fact, just earlier today it looks like there were well over 2,000 of them just waiting to be downloaded. But if you're looking through the store on another device, how do you know if the app you're considering purchasing will work on your shiny new Apple TV? Well, it looks like Apple is finally letting you know.

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Why Banksy just painted Steve Jobs

Why Banksy just painted Steve Jobs

Syrian refugees are being downtrodden by Republican leaders and presidential candidates aplenty. Rogue graffiti artist Banksy has something to say about that. In a painting in the Jungle refugee camp in the French port of Calais, Banksy painted a portrait of Jobs holding a sack and carrying an old-school Apple computer. Something like a shortened Color Classic. And why would Banksy paint Steve Jobs in a refugee camp, you might ask?

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Apple popup ads inside apps upsetting older iPhone users

Apple popup ads inside apps upsetting older iPhone users

A number of Apple users with previous generation iPhones are reporting their frustration at the appearance of popup ads for the iPhone 6s. These aren't spammy ads appearing in Safari or other browsers, where one would expect popups, rather they're directly from Apple and are showing up in first-party apps like the App Store. Users have posted on both Twitter and Reddit about full-screen displays that encourage them to upgrade or find out more about the iPhone 6s.

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Tumblr is first iOS app to support Live Photos sharing

Tumblr is first iOS app to support Live Photos sharing

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus users now have a third-party app that supports the sharing of Apple's new Live Photos format. Tumblr has just released an updated iOS app that allows users to both post and view the animated photos taken with the latest iPhone model, meaning there's finally something to view on the social media network other than GIFs. The update also adds 3D Touch features, as well as opens Tumblr's new instant messaging feature to all users.

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