OS X Yosemite Goes Public

OS X Yosemite Goes Public

Tomorrow (24th July 2014), for the first time, Apple is opening up OS X Yosemite’s beta site to the public. Usually beta sites are opened up to Developers so they can make their apps ready for any changes, but this time the public can play with new games, apps and features before the release of(…)

Google Analytics App for iPhone

Google Analytics App for iPhone

The iOS App store portfolio just got even cooler with the addition of Google Analytics as a FREE app. This arrival to iOS comes over two years after the Analytics app was made available on Android devices. The app requires iOS 6 or higher, and is compatible with the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, but now(…)

Google Wallet – Send & Receive Money for Free!

Google Wallet – Send & Receive Money for Free!

Yesterday saw some seriously exciting announcements from Google Wallet about the app for iOS and Android making it so much easier to manage gift cards, and to receive and send from Debit cards. If you have ever bought anything from Google Play or from other Google products, you will already have a Google Wallet account.(…)

iOS 8 is Coming – How to Prepare Yourself

iOS 8 is Coming – How to Prepare Yourself

iOS 8 is coming this Fall, and with it, bringing a huge wealth of new design and functionality. You need to make sure you’re ready for it – don’t update until you have checked the following: 1. Is your device supported?  iOS 8 will only work on the following devices: iPhone 4S iPhone 5 iPhone(…)

iCloud Ditches Google Maps

iCloud Ditches Google Maps

Since iOS 6 came out in 2012, Apple has been slowly perfecting its own maps feature, losing Google remnants bit by bit. But the latest beta shows Apple ditching Google maps in iCloud, favouring its own mapping service for the “Find My iPhone” feature. While it’s not been made public yet, it can be seen and(…)

Two Step Verification for iCloud

Two Step Verification for iCloud

As Apple begins implementing its new security features for iCloud services, we thought now would be a good time to give you the lowdown on how to set up two factor verification for iCloud. The importance of this feature is that it will make identity theft so much more difficult, thereby leaving you feeling nice and(…)

Cloud Wars – Apple Vs Adobe

Cloud Wars – Apple Vs Adobe

The big players in the Cloud game are up against eachother, with some really slick designs from very different processes drastically changing the way we manage our photo’s. Both Apple’s iCloud and Adobe’s Lightroom allow you to view and edit your data on any device. Apple has dumped Aperture and iPhoto turning its attention to(…)

Developer Complaints Lead to Key Apple Improvements

Developer Complaints Lead to Key Apple Improvements

At this year’s WWDC event, the entire approach was different to the usual Apple approach – instead of promoting the user-centric features at the Keynote speech, Tim Cook this year dedicated the majority of his speech to covering improvements in design to iOS 8 – improvements which seemed to take developer complaints into account. 1.(…)

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