We first looked at Hyper: Best Daily Videos after its release in August and were very pleased with this beautiful video magazine for iPad. With various topics covered in its daily editions from sources like The New York Times, Vogue, and The Verge, the app has a nice variety each day. With a recent update, Hyper now offers an even easier way to get your stuff done while still catching daily videos.
Hyper now supports that awesome iOS 9 Picture in Picture feature for the iPad. So browse the Web, compose an email, check your calendar, or mark items off your task list while still getting your video news. While checking out a Hyper video, just tap your home button to minimize it. You can then resize the window or move it to a different corner. Conveniently, the video will resume where you left off when switching between your apps.
In addition to the great Picture in Picture feature, Hyper now supports external Bluetooth audio. . So, if you have one of those little speakers on your desk like I do, you can now use it with the app. There is also a new gesture to close out a video. Just pinch and you go right back to the main screen.
Hyper is a terrific video magazine with cool hand-picked items each day in a sleek interface. To revisit a video, you can go back through previous daily editions and you can also share videos via text, email, or social media. There are handy notifications available for new videos and recommendations, so you never miss a thing.
Hyper: Best Daily Videos is for iPad only and available for free on the App Store with no in-app purchases.
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