Apps

  • Meet Crossroad, A Nifty Little App To Create Collaborative Photo Albums

    Meet Crossroad, A Nifty Little App To Create Collaborative Photo Albums

    Chances are you recently went back from a wedding, a road trip or any other meaningful social event, and all your friends took a bunch of photos with their phones. And yet, you won’t ever see these photos again, as they will stay in your friend’s camera roll forever. Crossroad is a new app for iOS and Android that lets you create collaborative albums in a few taps. It’s… Read More

  • Smart Android Launcher Yahoo Aviate Gets Overhauled, Accused Of Being A “Google Now Clone”

    Smart Android Launcher Yahoo Aviate Gets Overhauled, Accused Of Being A “Google Now Clone”

    Yahoo’s Aviate Android launcher, which the company acquired for $80 million in order to own a piece of the growing mobile ecosystem, as it doesn’t have its own mobile operating system or hardware in play, has seen continued development in the months following the deal. The latest addition to this intelligent homescreen application is something Yahoo is calling the… Read More

  • Splacer, With $1.4M In New Funding, Is Airbnb For Event Spaces

    Splacer, With $1.4M In New Funding, Is Airbnb For Event Spaces

    Splacer, the Tel Aviv-based marketplace for listing and renting out creative event space, today announced that it has raised $1.4 million in seed funding led by Carmel Ventures. A number of angel investors, including Shlomo Kramer, Sam Ben Avraham, and Eyal Shaked, also participated in the round, Alongside the funding announcement, Splacer is also going live with a beta product in New York… Read More

  • PubNub Gets Another $20M To Scale Up Its Low-Latency Messaging Network

    PubNub Gets Another $20M To Scale Up Its Low-Latency Messaging Network

    PubNub, a startup out of San Francisco that has built a data network focused on messaging for apps, IoT hardware and other low-latency services, has raised another $20 million in a Series C round of funding. It seems that 20 million is the magic number for PubNub at the moment: the company — which works with some 2,000 businesses and partners including high profile names like… Read More

  • Why You Should Advertise Your App On Television Crunch Network

    Why You Should Advertise Your App On Television

    From ad networks and exchanges to demand-side platforms and other app publishers, app marketers have left no stone unturned when it comes to finding new mobile channels on which to advertise their apps. And yet, as the market matures and evolves, most developers are finding mobile as a channel to be saturated, competitive and increasingly expensive. Read More

  • Apple Music Now Available On The Mac Via iTunes

    Apple Music Now Available On The Mac Via iTunes

    Apple Music arrived earlier today on iOS, with the iOS 8.4 update, and now it’s coming to the desktop via a new version of iTunes. The launch has been going pretty well so far, with only a few hiccups including some early mic testing by Zane Lowe prior to the official launch of the 24-hour Beats 1 radio station. The update went out quickly and consistently, however, and streaming seems… Read More

  • Microsoft Drops Another Windows 10 Build

    Microsoft Drops Another Windows 10 Build

    Today, Microsoft released another Windows 10 build for PC, numbered 10159. The company indicated that it is similar to yesterday’s release, with one change aside from normal bug fixes. According to Neowin’s Brad Sams, the operating system iteration contains a new desktop background. Read More

  • Vulnerability In Security Service Lifelock Could Have Exposed Logins And Passwords

    Vulnerability In Security Service Lifelock Could Have Exposed Logins And Passwords

    A vulnerability discovered by security researchers Eric Taylor and Blake Welsh could turn an innocuous “refer-a-friend” page into an official-looking phishing page. By adding encoded HTML to the end of a basic URL, Taylor and his partner were able to simulate a Lifelock login page that could potentially grab usernames and passwords from unsuspecting users. Read More

  • Apple Updates GarageBand With Force Touch Support And New Virtual Transform Pad

    Apple Updates GarageBand With Force Touch Support And New Virtual Transform Pad

    Apple has a new update available for GarageBand on the Mac, which provides a range of new tools aimed primarily at electronic dance music creators. The update offers an expansion of GarageBand’s Drummer tool, adding 10 new EDM and 10 new Hip Hop virtual drummers to the existing crop of acoustic ‘players.’ There’s also a new ‘Transform Pad Smart Control,’… Read More

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