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Got a company-issued iPhone? You may find homescreen apps locked into place …

If you have an iPhone issued by your employer, you might find both your dock and homescreen being populated by the apps your organization wants to make front and center. Developer Steve Stroughton-Smith noticed that iOS 9.3 gives organizations greater control over the way apps are presented on the iPhones they control.

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Filed under: Apps, iOS Tagged: dock, homescreen, iOS, iOS 9.3, iPhone, iPhone apps

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Ben Lovejoy

March 1st

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May’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

April seems to have flown by, but a decent amount of stuff has happened. We saw more glimpses of plenty of upcoming films including Star Wars, Jurassic World, andMad Max: Fury Road. Super hero sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron came out, and it was awesome, LG announced the G4 smartphone at long last, we found out more about Windows 10, Game of Thrones came back, and the Apple Watch got released.

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Tom Pritchard

May 3rd

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Google’s iOS app Field Trip now features notable women from history

Google’s iOS app Field Trip, a cool background app that alerts you to interesting things around you as you travel, now features notable women from history. If you check the Spark: Women on the Map option in the app, it will point out sites where women have played an important role in our past.

Google worked with gender equality campaign group SPARK to add the feature, reports TNW, after it pointed out to Google that its doodles featured women only 17% of the time. Google has also promised to do better there.

Field Trip so far features only 100 women, but anyone can nominate someone they feel should be included, suggesting that it may quickly grow.


Filed under: Apps Tagged: Field Trip, Gender equality, Google, iOS apps, iPhone apps

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Ben Lovejoy

March 23rd

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The iPhone 6 Plus Is Still Awkward to Balance With a One-Handed Keyboard

The iPhone 6 Plus Is Still Awkward to Balance With a One-Handed Keyboard

Meet One-Handed Keyboard, the first (obviously) one-handed keyboard for the iPhone 6 Plus. It will help you type a little bit easier, but the only thing is, it won't make your big-ass phone any easier to balance in just one smallish hand.

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Leslie Horn

October 7th

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Our Favorite iOS, Android, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

Our Favorite iOS, Android, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week

Whoa there, big guy. You can't just roll out for the weekend before loading up your smartphone with some new apps. What kind of blog do you think this is? Check out some newness right here:

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Leslie Horn

June 13th

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Local Exploration Service Findery Finally Has a App, You Should Try It

Local Exploration Service Findery Finally Has a App, You Should Try It

Flickr and Hunch co-founder Caterina Fake has been building her location-based exploration service Findery for years, with access only available to a select group of testers. Today,it goes live to the world.

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Mario Aguilar

March 6th

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Local Exploration Service Findery Finally Has a App, You Should Try It

Local Exploration Service Findery Finally Has a App, You Should Try It

Flickr and Hunch co-founder Caterina Fake has been building her location-based exploration service Findery for years, with access only available to a select group of testers. Today,it goes live to the world.

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Mario Aguilar

March 6th

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Local Exploration Service Findery Finally Has a App, You Should Try It

Local Exploration Service Findery Finally Has a App, You Should Try It

Flickr and Hunch co-founder Caterina Fake has been building her location-based exploration service Findery for years, with access only available to a select group of testers. Today,it goes live to the world.

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Mario Aguilar

March 6th

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Adobe VideoBite, a bite-sized video editor for iPhone, now allows titles, photos & music

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Adobe VideoBite, an iOS app designed to make video editing as quick and easy as possible, has been updated to allow titles, photos and music to be added, turning it into a fully-fledged editor while retaining its simple user-interface.

Heartwarming Apple ads aside, I’ve always been rather skeptical of the real-world practicality of video editing on a phone, but I have to confess that VideoBite does make it a very slick process. Trimming clips, for example, involves nothing more than pressing a heart icon at the beginning and end of the bit you want to keep. Adding transitions and music is just as easy, and your finished masterpiece is saved to your camera roll, with exports to Facebook, YouTube and email also supported … 

While the app runs on the iPad also, its real strength is making the most of the limited screen size of an iPhone or iPod Touch.

Adobe VideoBite is a free download from iTunes. The only in-app purchase is an optional subscription to the Adobe Revel video-sharing service.


Filed under: Apps Tagged: Adobe VideoBite, Apple, Arts, Facebook, iOS, iPhone apps, iPhone video editing app, iTunes, video, Video editing, VideoBite, YouTube

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Ben Lovejoy

January 31st

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Video: Conan, Ice Cube, & Kevin Hart take a ride with the Lyft for iPhone app (Possibly NSFW)

If you’ve never been in a Lyft car, Conan has teamed up with rapper Ice Cube and comedian Kevin Hart to offer some insight on what the experience is like. You’re move, Uber.


Filed under: AAPL Company Tagged: comedy, Conan O'Brien, humor, Ice Cube, iPhone apps, Kevin Hart, Lyft, Uber

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Zac Hall

January 17th

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