Tag Archives: iOS

Google updates iOS search app to show map results, GIFs, allow review posts with photos

Google has updated its official search app for iOS to version 9.0, adding three new features. • Add a photo or review for your favourite local places • Get map results right in the app when you search for an address • Tap and play animated GIFs in image search results The app supports Siri-like

Microsoft’s Westminster: Developers can now port from iOS, Android to Windows 10

Microsoft isn’t leaving any stone unturned to ensure that is meets its target of 1 billion downloads of Windows 10. To ensure that a substantial number of apps are found on Windows 10, Microsoft has now announced Project Westminster. In a post on the Windows blog, Kiril Seksenov, and Engineer on the Microsoft Edge Web

Google Maps for iOS updated with redesigned directions

Google has updated its mapping app for iOS with a redesigned transit view that includes real-time information about your arrival time that previously debuted on Android. The new app also provides additional choices for alternate routes. The update also gives you new options for sharing your maps with other users, specifically noting that Facebook and

BlackBerry launches new private chat feature in BBM

Today , BlackBerry has introduced a new Private Chat feature to its BBM messaging app for Android, BlackBerry 10, and iOS. The feature has been around in beta builds for a number of weeks already, but today sees it officially land in the full public version.

Apple Releases its Second iOS 9 Beta

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As we expected to happen a little earlier in the week, Apple has released its second beta for iOS 9. The new beta, which developers can download as an over-the-air update, will likely be the last developers-only beta before a full public iOS 9 beta is released in July. 9to5Mac informs us that the beta features “a new Proactive menu on the left side of the first Home screen, new features for the Maps app, an upgraded Notes application, and a redesigned app-switching interface.”