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Apple’s iCloud.com website has been updated to make its iWork for iCloud suite of productivity apps open to all users, even to those without an Apple device.
Avatron has launched Air Display 3, which allows users to use their iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad screen as a secondary display for their Mac via a USB connection.
Readdle’s popular app, Printer Pro has been named as Apple’s iOS App of the Week. The app, which allows users to print attachments, documents, web pages and more right from their iPhone or iPad to any Wi-Fi or USB printer, is usually $6.99, but will be available FREE for the next seven days.
Apple has added a great feature to its Apple Maps app, with animated 3D flyovers of London’s iconic landmarks Big Ben and the London Eye.
Readdle has updated their popular Printer Pro app for the iPhone and iPad. Version 5.4 now offers instant printing of web pages and documents from Mail, Safari and other iOS apps.
Microsoft has announced version 7.5 of Skype for Mac, featuring support for 14 new languages, along with performance improvements and bug fixes.
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Apple has added nine new cities to its 3D Flyover feature in Apple Maps. The feature offers high resolution 3D imagery of certain cities.
Looking to do to shipping what Uber did to taxi service, startup delivery firm Roadie hopes to use a smartphone app and free waffles to entice travelers to take along a package with them to deliver along the way.
While students and teachers in the United States have been able to get free access to Microsoft Office 365 since 2013, the company has just now extended the offer to a number of other countries.
Google has announced the release of the YouTube Kids app on the iPhone and iPad. The app provides a kid-friendly entertainment option, focused on content appropriate for children.
You’re likely aware that Siri is now integrated with the song identifying service Shazam! and can listen to a song and then tell you the name of the tune, and the artist singing it. But, did you know you can find a history of the songs you’ve had her identify?
Apple Maps Connect, which allows small businesses to add their listings to the Apple Maps database, has expanded to include Canada, France and Germany.
History for iOS is the perfect pocket resource for anyone who wants to learn all about the past and current versions of Apple’s iOS operating system.