On Tuesday, Reddit released an official Ask Me Anything application for the iOS platform. Being that Ask Me Anything is a popular feature of Reddit, the new application is sure to be useful for many people.
The application gives users a number of features. Some that are... [Read More]
iOS 7.1.x's reduce transparency feature can be used to help make things easier to see when you're not as good at seeing similar colors as other people are. iOS 7.1.x comes with a very thorough feature ultimately replaces the blurred transparency with gray colored elements instead in order to make elements easier to see. It can also improve battery... [Read More]
After the recent news of Apple signing a deal with American Express, a new report states that the company has also signed deals with others such as MasterCard and Visa. Matt Townsend of Bloomberg recently reported that the deal with the other two companies is underway but neither the two credit card vendors nor Apple offered to comment on the... [Read More]
Don't you just hate it when you're listening to your music, and then you change a theme, or install a new tweak, or change some settings, and you're prompted to respring? Now when your device starts up, the jam you were listening to is going to cut off, and you'll be forced to go into the music application and tap play to get that song going again.
The Cupertino California company has recently confirmed hiring Anand Lal Shimpi. For those of you who don’t know who that is, it’s the 32-year-old founder of the popular tech site, AnandTech. Shimpi noted in an AnandTech posting that he was “officially retiring from the tech publishing world,”
Though his recruitment has been confirmed via a... [Read More]
In iOS, you can tap on the Status Bar to jump to the top of the page of a scrolling user interface view, such as a Web page. Some people might find this useful, but other people find that it creates a point where an accidental tap can cause the inconvenience of having to scroll all the way down again to find what you were reading.
The folks over at T-Mobile recently sent out press invites for its upcoming Uncarrier 7.0 event, which the wireless carrier conveniently scheduled to take place the day after Apple’s September 9th media event. One of the clear logical explanations to the move would be that T-Mobile will be dedicating at least some of its stage time to discuss... [Read More]