Despite the bugs here and there, the future of Chrome OS looks extremely promising. Android apps can already do a heck of lot more than web apps or even Chrome OS’s native apps can. Since updating my Chromebook, I’ve played Hearthstone, edited spreadsheets offline in Excel, read comic books, edited photos, and managed my passwords. Each task was either much harder to do or completely impossible before. If this is a sign of where things are going, you might want to give serious thought to a Chromebook in the future. Just make sure it has a touchscreen. … [Read more...] about Android Apps for Chrome OS Are Here, and They’re the Future of Both Platforms
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When you’re traveling, a stable wi-fi connection can be the difference between life and death. It’s so important, many of us would likely choose a coffee shop based on the quality of its internet connection rather than the quality of the drinks. But finding public wifi spots on your travels can be tricky. That’s where WeFi Pro comes in. … [Read more...] about Find the Best Available Public Wifi Using This App
Music Maker Jam has been around for a long time as desktop software and that experience and heritage shows in its uncluttered, approachable interface. It’s probably the best app here in balancing an easy learning curve with the ability to create fully featured songs. … [Read more...] about These Music-Making Apps Turn Anyone Into a Musician
The Spire app also includes breathing exercises from famous mindfulness experts. And yes, there is a “Breathe with Deepak,” which might provide all the information you need about whether you want this device or not. Its deep-breathing graphics are also strikingly similar to the Breathe interface that Apple introduced yesterday, right down to the pulsing green circle. When I reached out to Spire, its creators declined to comment, but a representative said the creators felt Apple’s app validated their work in the mindfulness space. Spire is currently sold online by Apple. … [Read more...] about Is Apple’s New Meditation App More Full of Shit Than Deepak Chopra?
J.P. Morgan analyst Rod Hall says that’s great for the company’s bottom line. AppleInsider got ahold of the note Hall sent to investors before today’s event, saying, “every 5 percent share Apple can carve out of the $35 billion console gaming market would add about 2 percent to his annual earnings per share forecast.” … [Read more...] about 8 Years Later, Apple TV Finally Gets Its Own App Store
According to the App Store description, you can also stay up to date on campaign news (because there is no other source of information about the Trump campaign out there), meet up with other supporters (which sounds like the worst version of Tinder ever), and “earn prizes” for unlocking “special activist badges.”The most amusing part is the countdown until “we defeat Crooked Hillary.” … [Read more...] about Amazingly, Donald Trump’s New App Is Not a Joke