Apple’s Best Apps of 2019 iPhone: Spectre Camera - A powerful and flexible third-part camera app for taking long-exposure photos. iPad: Flow by Moleskine - A simple note-taking and sketchbook app with various brushes. Mac: Affinity Publisher - A design app for creating digital publications. Apple TV: The Explorers - A collaborative “visual inventory” of photos and other media featuring wildlife and landscapes. Advertisement … [Read more...] about Where to Download Apple’s Picks for the Best Games and Apps of 2019
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Why Apple is doing this remains a bit of a mystery. At first glance it would appear that Apple is killing apps that challenge its owns, but upon closer examination, the trend seems to point to some confusion about the new App Store guidelines. Since widgets and extensions are new to iOS 8, there are all kinds of new rules that Apple's written to make these work they way that they want. It just seems like maybe not all of these new rules are written down, or consistent. And it sucks for the developers who are making useful things, getting them approved, and then watching Apple pull the rug out from under them. … [Read more...] about Apple Is Pulling a Bunch of the Neatest iOS 8 Apps
Going forward, what’s not clear is if the Shazam app will continue to be available on Android after Apple completes the buyout. But with Apple Music being one of the few Apple apps available on both iOS and Android, there’s a good chance Shazam will continue to operate as usual on both platforms, at least in the short term. We’ve reached out to Apple for more information. … [Read more...] about EU Officially OKs Apple’s Shazam Acquisition
For example, while you won’t be able to see Carrot Weather’s list of IAPs on its App Store product page anymore, you’ll see them listed out on this page in your web browser—for now. Scroll down until you see the “Information” section, and any IAPs an app has should appear at the bottom. You can’t click anywhere to learn more about them, but you can at least see that they exist, and then research whatever information you need to about an app’s premium add-ons. … [Read more...] about Why You Should Look Up an iOS App’s In-App Purchases Before You Buy It [Updated]
Google did not immediately return a request for comment about allowing the app to remain in Google Play, though it reportedly told Speier’s office that Absher did not violate its terms of service. Apple did not immediately return a request for comment on the status of its review of the app or whether it plans to keep it in the App Store. … [Read more...] about Google Reportedly Won’t Remove Saudi Government App That Allows Men to Track Women
This is a good example of what Apple does really well: Mildly delight users with design. Apple Music has the same anatomical parts of other streaming services out there—along with some perks, sure—but it packages them in a way that’s more or less a pleasure to use. At the same time, the density of the interface was, at times, a little much for a first-time user. But I’d also guess that as I develop habits as a user and that sense of messiness will fade. … [Read more...] about Using Apple Music: Wait, Do I Like Alternative?!