During Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the company introduced a new Photos app for OS X, and the iCloud Photo Library. Now the company has confirmed that it will no longer be dedicating any resources to updating its professional photography application Aperture, nor its consumer level iPhone app, as both will be replaced by Photos for OS X.
While Siri is a quite capable personal assistant, it appears she also has a more business minded sibling. SRI International, the company that originally invented the virtual personal assistant found on Apple’s iOS devices, is introducing Kasisto, a business version of Apple’s virtual assistant.
Apple’s Podcasts app is causing problems for a number of users today, crashing and hanging for many, rendering the app unusable. The issue appears to have reared its ugly head during late morning/early afternoon.
If you’re a user of the BBC News iPhone app, you may have noticed a few weird messages pushed to you as breaking new notifications. “Push sucks! Pull blows!” Hackers, right? Nope, just some app testing gone wrong.
Tuesday saw an update from Apple for its iWork for iCloud beta. New features include the ability for all apps to recall your last used documents settings, tips on how to cut, copy and paste using keyboard shortcuts when you right-click on objects, and more.
Today’s MacTrast Deal gives you the tools to create your own hilarious facial animations that allow you to turn any image into a talking head, with animation driven by your own voice.
Misfit and Pebble have announced a new wearables alliance, coming together in a long-term partnership that begins with the launch of an official Misfit tracking app on the pebble smartwatch. The new Misfit app can be downloaded from the Pebble appstore for free.
We have 13 free codes for a copy of Postale to give away, but you’ll have to act fast. These codes expire Tuesday, June 24th, so we’ll be announcing the winners for the codes at noon Eastern time on Monday, June 23rd.
The ultra-simplistic Yo messaging app debuted earlier this year, and has zoomed up the iOS app Store charts, currently sitting at the number five spot. The app, which simply sends a “Yo” message to your contacts, could be putting your personal information at risk.
It’s summer, and you know what that means! Well, yes… Skinny dipping down at the swimming hole does come to mind, but we were referring to… TADA! The Name Your Own Price Summer Blockbuster Mac Bundle!
Parallels today announced an update to its Parallels Access app that gives users remote access to their Macs and PCs. Originally only available for the iPad, the new release adds support for the iPhone, and Android phones and tablets.
Today’s MacTrast Deal helps you keep your Mac running at its best by keeping an eye on your hard drive and other components in your Mac, to make sure that it’s running strong. Meet Techtool Pro 7 and Checkmate.
Dominos Pizza announced today that it is launching a new voice ordering feature via its iPhone and Android apps. The new feature is powered by Nuance’s Nina Mobile voice speech recognition, speech synthesis, and natural language technologies.
One worry over the use of iBeacons in retail stores was the possibility that customers might weary of being bombarded with notifications while browsing through their local department of grocery store. However, it appears that hasn’t been the case…
Apple had a slight change of heart earlier this month, and updated its App Store review guidelines to allow the use of “approved” virtual currencies in apps. Coindesk reports that Coin Pocket has launched in the App Store, becoming the first iOS app to allow users to send and receive the Bitcoin virtual currency.
Anyone who has ever had the experience of downloading a password protected .rar file from a public dropbox or other large file source knows how annoying it can be to search the contents of the package if you don’t have the right software already installed.