Supercell soft launches match-and-solve puzzle game ‘Hay Day Pop’ for Android and iOS

Supercell, popular Finnish game developer, known for Clash of clans, Clash Royale, and Brawlstars has quietly soft launched Hay Day Pop, a match-and-solve puzzle game. Continue reading “Supercell soft launches match-and-solve puzzle game ‘Hay Day Pop’ for Android and iOS”

Why the iPad mini is a great tablet for travel

I have to admit I have been a fan of the iPad mini form factor ever since it was introduced and have owned several versions. Over the last few days, I have spent some time with the latest generation of the iPad mini and absolutely loved it. The iPad mini is not for all but it is a great device and the form factor calls for some interesting use case. Here are my thoughts in this article.

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Google rolls out Google Fit app for iOS with Apple Health and Apple Watch integration

Google is finally bringing the Google Fit app on iOS in an attempt to help people reduce the risk of heart disease, improve sleep and increase overall mental health. The app consists of two smart activity goals: Move Minutes and Heart Points. Continue reading “Google rolls out Google Fit app for iOS with Apple Health and Apple Watch integration”

iOS 13 expected to bring system-wide dark mode, ‘Undo’ gesture for text on iPad and more

If the information circulating on the Internet turns out to be true, the Cupertino giant Apple is expected to unveil iOS13 in the upcoming annual Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off on June 3rd. While the iOS 13 is expected to come with a slew of features, here are some confirmed features, we will be seeing in this iteration. Continue reading “iOS 13 expected to bring system-wide dark mode, ‘Undo’ gesture for text on iPad and more”

Twitter rolls out ‘Lights out’ AMOLED-friendly true-black dark mode

As per the latest news, Twitter is expanding its dark mode options for iOS users by adding a “Lights Out” option as well as an automatic dark mode. There is an optional setting that makes the current dark mode more of a pitch black. Continue reading “Twitter rolls out ‘Lights out’ AMOLED-friendly true-black dark mode”

Gmail for iOS gets much needed swipe gesture

Gmail

Google recently announced a brand-new mobile redesign for Gmail with many new productivity improvements. The company has added a new swipe action in Gmail on iOS to do any of the following actions: Archive, Trash, Mark as read/unread, Snooze, and Move to. Continue reading “Gmail for iOS gets much needed swipe gesture”

Google Calender’s AI-powered meeting room suggestions now rolling for Android and iOS

Google has been revamping things, adding features and much more to its GSuite, in a bid to give users a smooth experience. As we all know, last the company launched automatic room suggestions in Google Calendar on the web. Continue reading “Google Calender’s AI-powered meeting room suggestions now rolling for Android and iOS”

Opera expands its built-in Cryptocurrency Wallet to iOS

Opera Touch Crypto Wallet

Opera, back in July had announced that it has started testing Cryptowallet beta built-in to its Android app and it supports the Ethereum Web3 API. After expanding it to the desktop, and Android, Opera has now mentioned that it is bringing this feature to iOS soon. iOS users around the globe will soon gain access to a full-featured browser with an integrated native Crypto Wallet and Web 3 browsing functionalities. Continue reading “Opera expands its built-in Cryptocurrency Wallet to iOS”

Telegram 5.4 brings autoplaying videos, automatic download settings, multiple accounts for iOS and more

Telegram is gaining a new update which brings a host of new features including auto-playing smaller videos; smaller videos will start playing without sound. To unmute them, simply press the volume buttons on your device. Furthermore, it also gets new auto-download settings to control your data usage. Continue reading “Telegram 5.4 brings autoplaying videos, automatic download settings, multiple accounts for iOS and more”

Apple to soon let app developers offer discounted iOS, macOS, and tvOS subscriptions

Apple, in an article posted on App Store Connect, detailed that iOS, macOS, and tvOS app developers will soon be able to offer discounted subscriptions to past subscribers in an attempt to win those customers back. As a part of this introductory offers for new subscribers, there will be three categories of promotional offers for previous subscribers; Free, Pay as You Go, Pay Up Front. Continue reading “Apple to soon let app developers offer discounted iOS, macOS, and tvOS subscriptions”

Google Maps for iOS gets ‘Follow’ button to get store updates

Google has announced that starting today, Google Maps users on iOS can stay up to date on your favorite places. Simply search for a place—whether it’s a new restaurant that just opened up in your neighborhood or that must-try bakery across town and tap the Follow button. Continue reading “Google Maps for iOS gets ‘Follow’ button to get store updates”

PUBG Mobile 0.11 update with Resident Evil 2 Zombie: Survive Till Dawn event, Sanhok map in Arcade mode and more released

Tencent games; makers of PUBG has rolled out a new update which brings the version number to 0.11. This update brings the much-talked Resident Evil 2 content integration along with the main menu theme and music. The company says that the Zombie: Survive Till Dawn is a new event mode that will be available for a limited time only. Continue reading “PUBG Mobile 0.11 update with Resident Evil 2 Zombie: Survive Till Dawn event, Sanhok map in Arcade mode and more released”

Google Gboard for iOS gets haptic feedback on iPhone 7 and later

Gboard

Google Keyboard for iOS is finally getting haptics keyboard owing to the presence of a Taptic engine in iOS flagships since 2016. However, even the default keyboard does not support haptic feedback, but the latest Gboard update comes with support for haptics on every key press. Continue reading “Google Gboard for iOS gets haptic feedback on iPhone 7 and later”

Twitter testing new pop-up design to quickly view profile details on iOS

Twitter iOS

Twitter has announced that it is testing the ability to check profiles on iOS without leaving your timeline. To access a profile while scrolling through the timeline, simply tap any @handle in a Tweet, take a peek and scroll right back. Continue reading “Twitter testing new pop-up design to quickly view profile details on iOS”

Apple warns app developers to remove or disclose screen recording code

Apple

Apple has started informing app developers to remove or disclose their use of analytics code that allows them to record how a user interacts with their iPhone apps or face removal from the app store. This comes after major companies, like Expedia, Hollister, and Hotels.com were spotted using a third-party analytics tool to record every tap and swipe inside the app. Continue reading “Apple warns app developers to remove or disclose screen recording code”