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Aldrin is an electronics engineer based in the Philippines. To paraphrase Erasmus: When Aldrin gets a little money he buys books and apps, and if any is left he buys food and clothes. E-mail him at [email protected]
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Finally, you can now swipe to navigate in Chrome for iOS
At long last, Google has updated Chrome for iOS with support for the mobile operating system’s standard swipe-based navigation scheme.
| July 23
Apple now restricts iOS beta users from writing App Store reviews
Apple now restricts users of devices running prerelease versions of iOS from writing reviews of apps on the App Store.
| July 22
6 emoji keyboard apps for iOS to help you say more
Here are several third-party keyboard apps that you can use to more quickly and easily say what you want to with emoji.
| July 17
Twitter finally supports native share sheet on iOS
At long last, thanks to its latest update, Twitter for iOS now offers sharing options via the aforementioned system.
| July 15
There's no getting rid of Apple Music Connect in iOS 9
It appears that Apple is so intent on helping Apple Music Connect gain traction that it has removed the option for disabling the feature.
| July 10
Triple Town creator Spry Fox releases Alphabear word puzzler
Don't let all the cuteness and colors fool you: Alphabear offers plenty of word puzzling challenges amid its seemingly easy-breezy atmosphere.
Readdle’s Spark email app gains new features but loses some
Spark has received its first ever update, just over a month and a week after its launch.
Apple Watch support arrives in iCab Mobile Web browser
The so-called “Internet taxi” has gained a couple of new and noteworthy features along with a handful of improvements.
The Force awakens in new official Star Wars app from Disney
Do you find the lack of an official news app for the “Star Wars” franchise disturbing?
Extra! Extra! NYT Now goes head to head with BuzzFeed News
Which is the better news curation app, the one with “All the News That’s Fit to Print” or the one from “The Media Company for the Social Age”?
Obscura Camera gains new features for easier photo capturing
Obscura has become even better with the arrival of its first ever update.
More Dumb Ways to Die await in this newly updated iOS game
Want to experience more Dumb Ways to Die? Then you’re in luck … or are you?
Google Maps for iOS makes way for more improvements
Google has once again updated the official iOS app of its mapping service with new features and improvements.
Tinder debuts verified symbol for high-profile date-seekers
When looking at Tinder’s recommendations, you may see a verified symbol on the profiles of some users, particularly the rich and the famous.
Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions gets Evolved with new content
The new update to Geometry Wars 3 delivers the content of the Evolved update that was issued to the game’s console counterpart last March.
Popular Newsify feed reader app comes to Apple Watch
Through its latest update, Newsify has been enhanced with its very own companion app for Apple Watch.
Infuse app gains folder organization and background playback
Infuse, the popular video player app developed by FireCore, offers a great many features for consuming video content.
Faded makes editing photos with film-inspired looks easier
Thanks to its latest update, Faded has become even more useful with a number of new features and improvements.
Hey, let's go somewhere nice with HeyLets 2.0 for iPhone
If you’re looking to be out and about in your city, or traveling soon to a different one, be sure to check out HeyLets 2.0.
Go and get spaced out with these updated Angry Birds games
Rovio has recently slung notable updates into a handful of games in its prevailing and ever expanding Angry Birds franchise.
SoundCloud app now lets you shuffle and play related tracks
Amid all the excitement surrounding the launch of Apple Music, SoundCloud has released a major update to its official app on iOS.