iOS

  • Wyper fancies itself the Tinder of car shopping

    Wyper fancies itself the Tinder of car shopping

    The new iOS and Android app Wyper brings the swipe left-swipe right matchmaking magic of Tinder to car shopping. When I spoke with creator Aaron Rosenthal, the app had only been out of beta and available nationwide for about a week and a half, and there had already been more than 100,000 swipes. “We had the ‘Tinder for cars’ part done a year ago,” Rosenthal said… Read More

  • Boom makes your music sound boomin’ and/or slammin’ Crunch Network

    Boom makes your music sound boomin’ and/or slammin’

    Boom for iOS is an app that changes your music, presumably for the better. The app is an equalizer that adds depth and bass to regular MP3 files, turning audio played through even the junkiest of ear buds into something worth listening to complete with better bass and the sort of 3D sound that makes various speakers “appear” in mid-air. Now obviously the changes aren’t… Read More

  • Microsoft brings Skype to businesses’ iOS and Android apps

    Microsoft brings Skype to businesses’ iOS and Android apps

    Microsoft is further opening up Skype to businesses. On Thursday, the company launched its Skype for Business SDK – tools which allow iOS and Android developers to integrate Skype’s messaging, audio and voice capabilities into their own mobile applications. The idea is to allow Skype to power the communications experience inside applications, so developers can focus on building… Read More

  • Apple is opening an app design and development accelerator in India

    Apple is opening an app design and development accelerator in India

    Apple is increasing its focus on India after announcing plans to open its first developer center in the country. The new ‘iOS App Design and Development Accelerator’ will be located in Bangalore (also known as Bengaluru) and is scheduled to open in early 2017. Read More

  • The Roll helps you find the best photos on your phone

    The Roll helps you find the best photos on your phone

    Wondering which of the tens of thousands of photos on your phone are worth keeping or sharing may be a thing of the past, thanks to The Roll, a new app from EyeEm. The iOS app analyzes your camera roll and uses computer vision to tag your images and rank your photos by how good they are. Read More

  • Google Translate gets in-app translations on Android, offline mode on iOS

    Google Translate gets in-app translations on Android, offline mode on iOS

    Google is launching an update to its Translate apps for iOS and Android today. There are three main parts to today’s announcement: offline support for iOS, Tap To Translate on Android, and Word Lens support for Chinese across platforms. With this new version, the Translate team is bringing offline support to iOS. This feature, which comes in pretty handy when you are traveling and… Read More

  • FileMaker 15 launches with support for Apple’s latest hardware features

    FileMaker 15 launches with support for Apple’s latest hardware features

    FileMaker, a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, makes it easy for those without any programming knowledge as well as experienced programmers to build line-of-business apps for the iPhone, iPad, Windows PC and Mac. The product has been around since the 1980s (back then it was called Nutshell), but has evolved ever since. With the release of this latest version, FileMaker now supports new… Read More

  • Bar Roulette routes your Uber to a random bar nearby

    Bar Roulette routes your Uber to a random bar nearby

    Want to go party the night away but not sure where to go? Bar Roulette’s brand new iOS app has you covered. Press a button to summon an Uber, and it will take you to a bar picked from the highest-rated bars on Yelp and Foursquare. The twist? The app won’t tell you where you are going until you arrive. It aims to break you out of your routines and add a bit of adventure to your life. Read More

  • SAP announces new partnership with Apple to expand iOS in the enterprise

    SAP announces new partnership with Apple to expand iOS in the enterprise

    SAP announced a broad partnership with Apple today to bring iOS to SAP’s enterprise customer base. The announcement comes almost two years after Apple made a similar deal with IBM. Steve Lucas, president for SAP’s Digital Enterprise Platform says while it’s natural to see similarities between the two deals — two large enterprise companies making a deal with Apple… Read More

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