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How to add and remove apps on your Apple Watch

You can add new apps to an Apple Watch using a few different methods on your iPhone. An Apple Watch comes pre-loaded with basic apps, just like an iPhone. Install new apps on your Apple Watch by using the iPhone Watch app and tapping "Install" on Available Apps already on your iPhone, or by browsing the Watch App Store. You can remove third-party apps directly on Apple Watch or on the Watch app. When you're trying to get the best use out of your Apple Watch, it's all about the apps. Like ...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Nintendo, Apple Watch, App Store, New York Times CNN, Watch App Store


Kaspersky Lab Files Antitrust Complaint Against Apple Over App Store Policy

Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has filed an antitrust complaint against Apple with the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service relating to the company's App Store distribution policy. From a report: Kaspersky's complaint is specifically to do with Apple's removal of the Kaspersky Safe Kids app. In a blog post on the Kaspersky website, the firm says it received notice from Apple last year that the app, which had been in the App Store for three years, did not meet App Store guidelines owing to the ...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Kaspersky, App Store, Kaspersky Lab, Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service, Kaspersky Safe Kids


Kapersky Labs Files Antitrust Complaint Against Apple in Russia Over App Store Policies

Russian cybersecurity firm Kapersky Labs has filed an antitrust complaint against Apple in Russia, claiming that latter firm used its monopoly over the App Store to force the company to remove app control and Safari browser blocking from the iOS version of its Kapersky Safe Kids app, ZDnet reported on Tuesday.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Science, Technology, Russia, Monopoly, Smartphones, Cybersecurity, Antitrust, App Store, Parental Controls, Screen Time, Kapersky Labs


Apple Says Spotify Wants 'the Benefits of a Free App Without Being Free'

Apple has responded to Spotify's European Commission (EC) complaint. In a press release, the company said that Spotify "seeks to keep all the benefits of the App Store ecosystem ... without making any contributions to that marketplace." It added that the App Store has generated $120 billion for developers while offering users a secure platform, and that Spotify is seeking to side to sidestep the rules that every other app follows. From a report: "Spotify has every right to determine their own bu...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Tech, App Store, Daniel Ek, European Commission EC, Siri HomePod


Apple Attacks Spotify For 'Trying To Squeeze Musicians, Songwriters' As App Dispute Escalates

UPDATED: Apple has attacked Spotify for "making ever-smaller contributions to the artists, musicians and songwriters - even going so far as to take these creators to court." in an escalating battle that began over app store fees and practices. In a lengthy and strongly worded statement, Apple pushed back after Spotify filed an anti-trust complaint against Apple with the European Commission. "In recent years, Apple has introduced rules to the App Store that purposely limit choice and stif...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Music, Eu, EK, European Commission, Streaming, App Store, Daniel Ek, Apple Music, Music Business, Music Tech, Songwriters, Bruce Houghton, Copyright Royalty Board


Full Text Of Apple's Statement Blasting Spotify With All The Nasty Bits Highlighted

Apple Music has gone on the offensive with an uncharacteristically strong statement "Addressing Spotify’s claims," after the streamer filed a complaint with the European Commission over Apple App Store fees and practices.To make sure you that you don' t miss the many nasty parts, we've added some highlights.   _______________________________________   From Apple:   Addressing Spotify’s claims   We believe that technology achieves its true potential when we in...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Music, Siri, European Commission, Apple Watch, App Store, Apple App Store, Apple Apps, Bruce Houghton, US Copyright Royalty Board


Apple Attacks Spotify For 'Tying To Squeeze... Artists Musicians, Songwriters' As App Dispute Escalates

Apple attacked Spotify for "making ever-smaller contributions to the artists, musicians and songwriters - even going so far as to take these creators to court." on Thursday in an escalating battle that began over app store fees and practices. In a lengthy and strongly worded statement, Apple pushed back after Spotify filed an anti-trust complaint against Apple with the European Commission. "In recent years, Apple has introduced rules to the App Store that purposely limit choice and stifl...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Music, Eu, EK, European Commission, Streaming, App Store, Daniel Ek, Apple Music, Music Business, Music Tech, Songwriters, Bruce Houghton, Copyright Royalty Board


Apple addresses Spotify’s claims, but not its demands

Two days after Spotify announced that it had filed a suit against Apple with the European Commission over anticompetitive practices, Apple today issued its own response of sorts. In a lengthy statement on its site called “Addressing Spotify’s Claims”, Apple walks through and dismantles some of the key parts of Spotify’s accusations about how the App Store works, covering app store approval times, Spotify’s actual cut on subscription revenues, and Spotify’s rise as a result of its presence ...
Tags: Apple, TC, Apps, Spotify, Europe, Media, Government, Tech, Competition, Regulation, European Commission, Antitrust, App Store, Apple Music, US Copyright Royalty Board


Apple goes for the jugular in a searing response to Spotify’s antitrust complaint

Apple tore into Spotify in response to the music streaming service's EU antitrust complaint. Apple said Spotify wants to keep all the benefits of a free app on the App Store, without being free. The iPhone maker said Spotify "wraps its financial motivations in misleading rhetoric" and its treatment of artists is a "damaging step backwards for the music industry." Spotify did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment. Apple has torn into Spotify in a response to the mus...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Europe, Trends, Eu, App Store, Daniel Ek, Google Apple, US Copyright Royalty Board


14 apps everyone should have on their phone

There are millions of apps on your smartphone's app store. Only a handful of them are worth your time. Most people spend the vast majority of their time in just a handful of apps. I'm no exception. While I keep over 200 apps on my phone for minor things, there are only 14 apps that I regularly turn to. These are my go-to apps that make my life easier, more productive and more enjoyable.  If you want to get the most out of your phone, I recommend having these essential apps.  Check them out:SE...
Tags: Apple, Google, Trends, App Store


Apple ad focuses on iPhone’s most marketable feature — privacy

Apple is airing a new ad spot focused on privacy today in primetime. The spot is visually cued, with no dialog and a simple tagline: Privacy. That’s iPhone. In a series of humorous vignettes, the message is driven home that sometimes you just want a little privacy. The spot has only one line of text otherwise, and it’s in keeping with Apple’s messaging on privacy over the long and short term. “If privacy matters in your life, it should matter to the phone your life is on.” The spot will air t...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Human Rights, Privacy, Identity Management, Law, US, Tech, Ceo, United States, Digital Media, Tim Cook, Computing


Apple's App Store fees are coming under increasing pressure from Spotify, Netflix, and regulators. Cutting them could lower its earnings by 10% next year. (AAPL)

Apple could lose billions of dollars in revenue and earnings if it's forced to cut the commissions it charges on sales through its app store, said analysts who cover the company. App-store fees charged by Apple, Google, and others like Steam have come under increasing pressure. Some developers have routed around them, and Spotify filed a competition complaint against Apple in Europe that focused in part on the iPhone maker's app-store fees. Should Apple have to cut its average overall commissi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Spotify, Europe, Hollywood, China, New York City, Elizabeth Warren, Trends, Netflix, European Commission, App Store, Aapl, Sen Elizabeth Warren, Apple Google


Spotify just painted a big target on Apple's back, and the iPhone maker should worry if antitrust regulators start aiming at it (AAPL, SPOT)

The complaint Spotify filed against Apple with European competition regulators on Wednesday represents a real danger to the iPhone maker. Spotify's complaint looks legitimate and is similar to those successfully made against Microsoft and Google. European regulators have been much tougher in recent years in cracking down on tech companies anti-competitive moves than American antitrust regulators. Should they find Apple guilty of abusing its market power, the company could face big fines and re...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Spotify, Europe, Microsoft, White House, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, US, Samsung, Trends, Siri, Eu, Netflix


Spotify's antitrust complaint poses a 'meaningful risk' to Apple and could undermine the App Store and Apple Music (AAPL)

The antitrust complaint Spotify filed against Apple has merit and could pose a financial risk to Apple, says a note from KeyBanc Capital Markets. Apple's revenue from services like the App Store and Apple Music are more important for the company than ever as iPhone sales have slowed.  The complaint also comes as Apple is expected to debut new services and as Senator Elizabeth Warren has called for the regulation of major tech firms like Apple.  Spotify's antitrust complaint against Apple coul...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Hbo, Elizabeth Warren, Trends, Bloomberg, Netflix, EK, Warren, Silicon Valley, The Wall Street Journal, App Store, Daniel Ek, Cnbc, Apple Music


Here's why Spotify is declaring war on Apple and not Google (AAPL)

Spotify wants Europe's competition watchdog to examine Apple for the way it runs the App Store. Spotify has complained that the App Store's 30% tax on in-app subscriptions makes it less competitive than Apple's own streaming service, Apple Music. But the obvious question is why Spotify isn't also going after Google, which also charges a levy for apps on its app store and has a music streaming service. The problem boils down to the fact that Apple won't allow Spotify to advertise that subscript...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Europe, Trends, Nintendo, App Store, Daniel Ek, Spotify Apple, Apple Spotify, Google AAPL, App Store Spotify


Spotify has bloodied Apple's nose once before. Now, it has a chance to cut its $853 billion rival down to size. (AAPL)

Spotify has gone to war against Apple in Europe, complaining that the way it runs its App Store is anti-competitive. It's a bold move for a company whose market cap is 32 times smaller than Apple's. But Spotify has bloodied Apple's nose before when it circumvented App Store fees. It's bad news for Apple that some of its most popular app makers keep challenging the App Store's economics. Spotify's complaint comes as there's never been greater political will to regulate big tech firms. Spotify ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Europe, US, Samsung, Trends, Netflix, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, App Store, Aapl, Nomura, Fortnite, Fighting Apple, App Store Look


Spotify Files EU Anti-Trust Complaint Against Apple

Spotify announced Wednesday that it has filed an anti-trust complaint against Apple with the European Commission. The complaint is centered on the 30% that Apple charges for in app purchase and polices that Spotify CEO Daniel Ek says,"deliberately disadvantage other app developers."   "In recent years, Apple has introduced rules to the App Store that purposely limit choice and stifle innovation at the expense of the user experience - essentially acting as both a player and referee to...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Music, US, Eu, EK, Streaming, EC, App Store, Daniel Ek, Music Business, Music Tech, Bruce Houghton, Apple Apple, Siri HomePod, EU Anti Trust Complaint Against Apple


New Android adware found in 200 apps on Google Play

Security researchers have found a new kind of mobile adware hidden in hundreds of Android apps, and downloaded more than 150 million times from Google Play. The malware masquerading as an ad-serving platform, dubbed SimBad by researchers at security firm Check Point, infected more than 200 apps which, likely unbeknownst to the app developer, would open a backdoor to install additional malware as a way to outsmart Google’s app store scanning. Once installed, the downloaded malware also removes th...
Tags: Google, Android, Google Play, Security, Google Search, Tech, Malware, App-store, Simulation, App Developer, Check Point, Real Tractor Farming Simulator, Ambulance Rescue Driving, Aviran Hazum, Hazum


Spotify Files Complaint Against Apple With the European Commission Over 30% Tax and Restrictive Rules

Spotify today filed a complaint with EU antitrust regulators against Apple, saying the iPhone maker unfairly limits rivals to its own Apple Music streaming service. Spotify CEO Daniel Ek writes in a blog post: In recent years, Apple has introduced rules to the App Store that purposely limit choice and stifle innovation at the expense of the user experience -- essentially acting as both a player and referee to deliberately disadvantage other app developers. After trying unsuccessfully to resolve ...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Tech, Eu, EC, App Store, Daniel Ek, Apple Music, Apple Apple, Siri HomePod


Spotify files antitrust complaint against Apple over its 'app tax'

Spotify has declared war on Apple over the fees it charges for access to the iPhone App Store in a move that that could have far-reaching consequences for the media and technology industries.   In a formal competition complaint to Brussels, the Swedish music streaming giant 's founder Daniel Ek accused Apple of abusing its dominance of the smartphone market to "deliberately disadvantage" competitors.   The music streaming business has also complained that its service is locked out of Apple d...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Europe, News, Eu, EK, Commission, European Commission, Brussels, App Store, Daniel Ek, Apple App Store, The Commission, Horacio Gutierrez, Apple Watch Spotify


Spotify is going to war with Apple, filing an antitrust complaint over fears it is crushing competitors

Spotify has filed an antitrust complaint against Apple with the European Commission. In an open letter, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek said Apple is acting 'as both a player and referee to deliberately disadvantage other app developers.' He took particular issue with Apple's 30% tax on purchases made through the App Store. Spotify is going to war with Apple after submitting an antitrust complaint with the EU. Spotify CEO Daniel Ek wrote an open letter explaining the reasoning behind the complaint, whi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Trends, Eu, Netflix, EK, European Commission, Silicon Valley, EC, Jeff Bezos, App Store, Daniel Ek, Apple Music, Apple Apple, European Commission EC


How to Send an iTunes (or App Store) Gift Card Instantly

This is the 21st century, and nobody should have to buy a physical gift card when you can do it all from your phone. Thankfully, Apple has us covered, and you can instantly send anyone with an email address their very own gift card. It’s a little known fact that the App Store uses the same gift cards as the iTunes Store. This means you can use an App Store or iTunes gift card to buy anything from either place—music, movies, and TV shows, apps, games, and even in-app purchases. You can even pay ...
Tags: Apple, Crafts, App Store


Deal Alert: Get an Additional 10% When You Add Funds to Your Apple ID

Apple Apple makes it easy to buy new apps, albums, movies, and iCloud storage. But let’s be real, nobody wants to pay full price for digital content. Hey, wouldn’t it be super cool if Apple started giving away free money? Well, that’s kind of happening right now. From now until March 14th, Apple will match 10% when you add funds to your Apple ID. This deal is limited to additions of $200, so you can’t eek anymore than $20 out of Apple. But hey, even an addition of $100 will net you a free $...
Tags: Apple, Crafts, App Store, Apple Apple


Apple is offering bonus credit for iTunes and App Store shoppers

Apple is offering a 10 percent bonus when you add funds to your Apple ID account, paving the way for a few free purchases of apps, music tracks, movies, and more. The offer runs through March 14, so you'll have to hurry. The post Apple is offering bonus credit for iTunes and App Store shoppers appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Trends, Itunes, App Store, Account


MAGA Dude Creates App for Voting on Whether a Local Business Is a Conservative Safe Space

It’s happened to all of us: You’re just trying to enjoy your meal in peace when a bunch of liberal hippies shows up waving signs saying “We don’t respect President Donald Trump” and chanting, “Green New Deal / Ban your meal!” And we’ve all long been hoping that someone would design an app that would allow us to eat in…Read more...
Tags: Google Play, Apps, Science, Technology, App Store, Donald Trump, Yelp, Online Reviews, Maga, Sure Whatever


Elizabeth Warren wants to break up Apple and says that it has the same antitrust issues as Facebook, Google, and Amazon

Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren thinks that Apple should break up its App Store. Warren outlined a significant plan on Friday calling for Facebook, Amazon, and Google to be broken up, too. It's not the first time that Warren has expressed interest in breaking up Apple. On Friday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, outlined a sweeping proposal to break up and regulate the largest tech companies. Warren's plan specifically examined Fa...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Congress, Washington, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, Trends, Tesla, European Union, Comcast, Ireland, Warren, App Store, Sen Elizabeth Warren


Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren calls for break up of Apple

Elizabeth Warren, the US Democratic presidential candidate, has added Apple to her hit list of technology giants that should be broken up to curb Silicon Valley's growing power. Warren, an early favourite to challenge Donald Trump for the White House in the 2020 US presidential elections, said Apple should spin off its App Store, which is used for downloads of iPhone and iPad apps. The Massachusetts senator has trained her sights on Silicon Valley companies, saying she would call for the bre...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, News, White House, Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren, US, Netflix, Washington Dc, Warren, Silicon Valley, App Store, Donald Trump, Amazon Google, EOA Apple


Elizabeth Warren calls for breakup of Facebook, Google and Amazon

Elizabeth Warren has called for tech giants including Amazon, Google and Facebook to be broken up, indicating that proposals to curb Silicon Valley’s growing power will be a key theme of the race to challenge Donald Trump in the next presidential election. The senior US senator and a leading candidate for the Democratic nomination said the companies had “bulldozed competition and tilted the playing field in their favour” as she laid out a plan for strict antitrust rules. Ms Warren said that as p...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, News, Instagram, Elizabeth Warren, US, America, Standard Oil, Warren, Silicon Valley, Waze, App Store, Donald Trump, Federal Trade Commission


China’s YY eyes overseas live streaming with $1.45B Bigo buyout

One of China’s top live streaming companies YY bought a stake and obtained the right to purchase a majority share in Bigo last June, and now the other shoe has dropped after YY fully acquired the Singapore-based startup behind live streaming app Bigo Live and short-video service Like. That’s according to an announcement YY made on Monday, which disclosed it has bought out the remaining 68.3 percent of all the issued and outstanding shares of Bigo for a price tag of about $1.45 billion. Bigo’s co...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Entertainment, China, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Tech, Paraguay, Tencent, WeChat, Angola, Cambodia, App-store, Vietnam, Live Streaming, Yy


Can iPhones get viruses? Here's what you need to know

The everyday risk of viruses on the iPhone is virtually zero, thanks to its "walled-garden" approach to software and services running on the iOS platform.   There are simple precautions you can take to protect yourself that include keeping your iPhone software up to date and using strong passwords. Users should be on guard from all kinds of security risks, not just viruses. Viruses and other kinds of malicious software – collectively known as malware – hang like a dark cloud over the world...
Tags: Apple, Google, Trends, MacBook Air, App Store, Facetime, Rogers, San Bernardino, McAfee, Cybereason, Serper, Marc Rogers, Steve Grobman, Okta Rogers, Robot Amit Serper, Android Rogers



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