Microsoft and Dropbox have announced they’ll be partnering to bring Dropbox support to Microsoft’s mobile and web Office suites.
Amazon has made their $99-per-year Amazon Prime service just a little more valuable, as they’ve added unlimited cloud photo storage to Prime memberships. Photos will be stored uncompressed, in their full resolution, via an iOS app.
Following a successful pilot program at a pair of its properties, the Starwood hotel chain announced today the official launch of its SPG Keyless program that allows hotel guests to check in and even unlock their hotel room doors via their iPhones, or Android device.
The Philips Grooming app is a free, personal advisor, that men can use to see what various facial hair styles look like on their face, as well as get shaving tips and recommendations for their personal facial hair desires.
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Microsoft has announced the release of a new Outlook for Mac for users of Office 365. The new version includes a number of improvements, including a new look and feel.
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Leaked screenshots of what is claimed to be a new version of Outlook that is to be part of Office for Mac 16 have appeared on Chinese site cnBeta, and ZDNet reports that its sources say Microsoft will be announcing the timing for its next edition of Office for Mac “very soon.”
Forget all of that Apple Pay news, here’s what our readers have really been waiting for… Taco Bell has released a long-awaited update to its iPhone app to allow customers to order their food ahead of time, and then pick it up via the drive-thru or inside the restaurant.
Camera+, the ultra popular iOS photo app is currently available as a free download via Apple’s Apple Store app. The app is regularly priced at $2.99. The app currently boasts a 4 star rating in the App Store.
Before the invention of Twitter, Youtube, and Facebook, there were various forums that allowed users to post questions or comments on a topic, and others could respond. Now, the team behind Facebook’s app is attempting to rejuvenate the world of topic-focused forums with “Rooms!”
Dropbox has updated its popular iOS app to version 3.5, bringing support for the larger screens on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, along with Touch ID integration for the popular cloud storage app.
Sharkie is the perfect solution for iOS Devices to clear their camera roll of unwanted screenshots in three quick, easy steps!
During Apple’s iPad/iMac event on Thursday, they also had some news for developers in the form of an SDK for their upcoming Apple Watch. WatchKit will launch in November.
Developer AgileBits has released 1Password 5 for Mac, a completely redesign version of their popular secure password manager, and they’ve made it just for OS X Yosemite users.