Earlier this month, Apple had a change of heart regarding its Bitcoin policy. The company hinted that it would reconsider allowing Bitcoin apps into the App Store, by changing its App Store Review Guidelines to read: Apps may facilitate transmission of approved virtual currencies provided that they do so in compliance with all state and federal laws for the territories in which the app functions.
Apple’s new iOS 8 will come with a series of new features, but the most exiting one is the capability to easily scan in your credit card using your iPhone camera. It works similarly to the iTunes gift card scanner.
Forge of Empires allow players to create a city and lead it through the ages, from the Stone Age to the modern era and beyond. Players engage with new technologies, which each offer new kinds of buildings and goods for collection and management.
Stolen phones are a major economic and convenience problem for American consumers who cannot rely on legislation to protect their personal devices. Aside from insurance for phone replacements, smartphone users can also use apps to help them track their stolen devices. Lookout is one such app, and its new update has a feature that can help users snap a photo of a thief if a password is entered incorrectly. (more…)
The Triton Fluid Management System is a photo app unlike any other – it can accurately predict blood loss better than current standards, and now, it’s approved by the FDA.
Prior to the invention of The Triton Fluid Management app, surgical work included weighing cloths, sponges, drapes, and all sorts of surgical equipment. Those same items would be weighed after the procedure to determine their weight gain in blood. It sounds about as accurate as a high school lab project – not precise, but it was “close enough” for theory. (more…)
Stolen iPhones and iOS products are at the mercy of hackers, who can unlock “bricked” devices using a new workaround for iCloud’s Activation Lock. The new tool, doulCi from Dutch hacker AquaXetine and Moroccan hacker MerrukTechnolog allows anyone to plug a phone into a computer in order to access the hacker’s server to unlock the device. (more…)
Mobile analytics firm, Flurry, have new statistics for tablet apps which sheds light onto a ever-growing problem for tablet app developers: how do consumers use tablets? As the charts and use-data reveal, tablets are a bit of a conundrum.
One could argue that most tablet users are accessing their devices all day, but a look at gaming and entertainment apps shows that many users, especially users between ages 25-54, are hitting tablets the heaviest at night during TV’s notable “prime-time” hours between 7pm-11pm. This is especially true of productivity apps. (more…)
Masturbation is a legal, private practice in most states, but private, weed exchanges are typically not. This hasn’t prevented iTunes from taking a stand on whether it favors one or the other. The latest rejected sex app is HappyPlayTime, a masturbation game aimed at eliminating social stigmas associated with female masturbation. (more…)
Apple’s app design Bible, iOS Human Interface Guidelines, is now a free download from iTune’s iBookstore. The guidelines were only previously available through Apple’s Developer Portal, but now it’s free as a convenient iBook document with useful annotations and videos.
Once inside the app design Bible, readers can glean some of the design decisions Apple developers go through when creating apps for iOS. From understanding what makes a great user experience to clean, simple color palettes and fonts – the book is a nice way to browse what was once only available as a PDF. (more…)
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