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Aldrin Calimlim


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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China Is Now Apple's Largest Market for Apps

China accounted for over $1.7 billion in revenue from the iOS App Store in the third quarter of this year.

Apple Has Long Been Hiding a One-Handed Keyboard on iOS

As it turns out, iOS has a built-in one-handed keyboard mode ideal for use on the larger iPhones. The thing is, you can’t use it, at least not yet.

WhatsApp Now Lets You Draw and Write on Photos and Videos

WhatsApp is taking a page out of Snapchat and the Stories feature of its fellow Facebook-owned app Instagram.

Google's Gboard Gets Contacts Search and More Features

Google has just issued a major update to Gboard, giving the search-enhanced third-party keyboard app for iOS new and noteworthy features.

Fantastic Beasts from 'Harry Potter'? Soon You'll Find Them in an iOS Game

Fantastic Beasts: Cases from the Wizarding World is a hidden object game inspired by the “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” films.

Scanbot 6 Is Here to Make Mobile Scanning Easier Than Ever

The update introduces a streamlined interface design and, more important, a suite of new productivity-boosting features.

How to Save Voicemails to Your Computer

Learn how to back up your essential voicemails and text messages to your Mac or PC.

Apple's Beats Debuts Star-Studded Ad for New Wireless Headphones

Beats by Dr. Dre has just debuted a new celebrity-filled ad that touts three of its new wireless headphones: Solo3, Powerbeats3, and BeatsX.

Still Waiting for Spotify's Apple TV App? Don't Hold Your Breath

The Swedish music streaming company is not keen on coming out with its own Apple TV app soon.

Apple's Thai Homepage Goes Black in Honor of King Bhumibol Adulyadej

Apple has updated the homepage of its official website in Thailand with a subdued monochrome effect.

You Can Now Try Fiery Feeds for Free to See If It's the Feed Reader for You

Fiery Feeds may be freemium, but it’s not so limited in features that you have to upgrade to premium just so you can continue using it.

How to Quickly and Easily Convert to PDF on iOS

A quick and easy way to convert webpages, emails, photos, and the like to PDF for easy saving and sharing.

Apple Now Offering SIM-Free iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Apple has begun selling SIM-free versions of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus in the U.S.

Apple Watch Nike+ Will Begin Its Run on Oct. 28

The Apple Watch Nike+ is set to make its official debut a couple of weeks from now.

Apple Shows Off Its Music Streaming Service in New Ad

The ad serves as a kind of walkthrough guide to the ad-free, on-demand music streaming service.

Apple Pay Makes Its Way to New Zealand

In New Zealand, Apple Pay is launched in partnership with ANZ, the largest bank in the country.

Instagram Updated With Rich Notifications in iOS 10

Instagram has just received an update that brings about a couple of notable changes.

Amazon Takes on Apple Music and Spotify With Its Own Unlimited Streaming Service

The clash of music streaming services has just become even more interesting.

Facebook Takes on Slack With Workplace, Its Own Team Collaboration Service

It’s the Facebook you know and love (or hate), except it’s used for connecting with coworkers and managers instead of family and friends.

Apple Is Now Accepting Donations for Hurricane Matthew Relief

Apple has once again turned to its digital storefronts to accept donations from customers who wish to help the victims of the recent tropical cyclone.

Facebook Launches Yet Another Standalone App, This Time for Events

Events from Facebook lets you easily discover events and stay on top of the ones that you’re interested in.

Samsung Stops Production of iPhone 7 Rival Galaxy Note 7

You know you’re in deep trouble if the units you’ve put out as replacements of defective units turn out to be defective themselves.

You Can Now Turn Your Videos Into Moving Works of Art With Prisma

Prisma is about to get even more popular, especially with the video-loving crowd.

Duolingo Now Lets You Learn Languages by Chatting With Bots

Duolingo has just become even greater with the addition of chatbots.