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Get the Amazing 'Bloons TD 6' for Free on iOS and Android

The very-excellent tower defense game, Bloons TD 6—normally $5 on mobile—is now available for free on iOS and Android for a limited time. Even if tower defense games aren’t your scene, this one is going to suck you in with its combination of cutesy, monkey-themed gameplay and a decent difficulty curve as you get…Read more...
Tags: Balloons Suck, Free, Android, Ios, Tower Defense, Gaming, Games


How to Use Valve's New Steam Chat App

Steam has mainly been a gaming marketplace for PC games over the years, but Valve appears to be doubling down on the platform’s social aspects with its newly launched Steam Chat messaging app for Android and iOS.Read more...
Tags: Ios, Android, Messaging, Steam, Lifehacks, Pc Gaming, Steam Chat


In less than one second, a malicious web-page can uniquely fingerprint an Iphone, Pixel 2 or Pixel 3 without any explicit user interaction

In a new paper for IEEE Security, a trio of researchers (two from Cambridge, one from private industry) identify a de-anonymizing attack on Iphones that exploits minute differences in sensor calibration: an Iphone user who visits a webpage running the attack code can have their phone uniquely identified in less than a second, through queries to the sensors made through automated background processes running on the page. The researchers reported their attack to Apple in advance of their disc...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Google, Android, Security, Mobile, Post, News, Anonymity, Cambridge, Infosec, Scholarship, Pixel, Google Pixel, Fingerprinting, Per-device Factory Calibration


The best news apps for Android and iOS

Are the days of traditional newspapers and broadcast news dwindling? With apps this good, maybe. Catch up on the latest headlines on any platform with the best news apps on iOS and Android. The post The best news apps for Android and iOS appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Android, Mobile, Apps, Trends, Buying Guides


Turn your iPad or iPhone into a scriptable MIDI tool with Mozaic

Its creator describes it as a “workshop in a plug-in.” Mozaic lets you turn your iOS device into a MIDI filter/controller that does whatever you want – a toolkit for making your own MIDI gadgets. Oh yeah and it’s just US$6.99, which is absurd but awesome. The beauty of this, of course, is that you can have whatever tools you want without having to wait for someone else to make them for you. Developer Bram Bos has been an innovator in music software for years – he created one of the first drum ...
Tags: Iphone, Ios, Programming, Ipad, Mobile, Apps, Music, Diy, US, Tech, Software, Coding, Scripting, Touch, Audiobus, Music Tech


Apple removed a teen's award-winning anti-Trump game "Bad Hombre" because they can't tell the difference between apps that criticize racism and racist apps

Bad Hombre is an award-winning satirical game created by 16-year-old Jackie George. Two days after it won the Shortly Award and was recognized in her school newsletter, Bad Hombre was removed from both Apple's App Store and Google Play (George notes that her town of Naples, FL is very conservative with a lot of Trump supporters and is suspicious that one of her neighbors reported the app). George appealed the removal and Google quickly reinstated the app, but Apple refused to do so. Instead...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Google, Apps, Post, Games, Kids, News, Germany, Stem, App Stores, Kkk, Hitler, Donald Trump, Jackie, Trumpism


The best iPhone apps available right now (May 2019)

The iPhone is the most popular smartphone in the world, and we want to bring out the best in yours. Behold our comprehensive list of the best iPhone apps, from time-saving productivity tools to fun apps you won’t be able to put down. The post The best iPhone apps available right now (May 2019) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Mobile, Apps, Trends, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything


Apple & Google celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day with featured apps, new shortcuts

With last fall’s release of iOS 12, Apple introduced Siri Shortcuts — a new app that allows iPhone users to create their own voice commands to take actions on their phone and in apps. Today, Apple is celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) by rolling out a practical, accessibility-focused collection of new Siri Shortcuts, alongside accessibility-focused App Store features and collections. Google is doing something similar for Android users on Google Play. For starters, Apple’s new ...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Google, Android, Mobile, Apps, Microsoft, Siri, Tech, Accessibility, App Store, Disabled, Facetime, AAC, Siri Shortcuts


The Best Free Apps and Software You're Not Already Using

There’s a wealth of free software and apps available to help you get the most out of your computer or smartphone (or both)—so much, in fact, that it’s hard to get around to trying most of them. That’s where this list comes in. It’s freshly curated to highlight the top tools and applications you’re (probably) not…Read more...
Tags: Ios, Android, Mobile, Science, Windows, Desktop, Free Apps, macOS


Steam Link Application finally Available for iOS and Apple TV

The Steam Link application that allows users to stream games from their PC to their desired device is finally available for iOS and Apple TV. The post Steam Link Application finally Available for iOS and Apple TV appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Gaming, Apple TV, All News, Gaming News, Hardware News, Steam, Valve, Steam Link, Steam Link app


How to Replace Your Hackable Google Titan Bluetooth Security Key

If you’re using one of Google’s Titan Bluetooth Security Keys to sign into all your two-factor protected accounts, there’s good news and bad news. The bad news, as you can probably guess, is that Google has announced the discovery of a vulnerability that allows someone to potentially access to your accounts. The good…Read more...
Tags: Ios, Google, Android, Lifehacks, Two Factor Authentication, Titan Bluetooth Security Key


Free-to-start mobile game Pokémon Rumble Rush is live in Australia

Currently live in Australia, Pokémon Rumble Rush lets you play as and recruit Pokemon as you fight across uncharted islands in real-time action combat. It's a change of pace from Pokémon Go, but it is only a free-to-start game. The post Free-to-start mobile game Pokémon Rumble Rush is live in Australia appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Ios, Android, Mobile, Gaming, News, Australia, Trends, Pokemon, Mobile Gaming, Pokemon Rumble Rush


Discovering whether your Iphone has been hacked is nearly impossible thanks to Apple's walled garden

This week, we learned that the notorious Israeli cyber-arms-dealer NSO Group had figured out how hijack your Iphone or Android phone by placing a simple Whatsapp call, an attack that would work even if you don't answer the call. Apple has received a lot of praise for the security of its Ios devices, which are said to be so secure in part because of Apple's walled garden strategy, which prevents Iphone owners from running third-party software unless it comes through Apple's App Store; and wh...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Security, Post, News, Whatsapp, Infosec, App Stores, Dmca, Drm, App Store, Days, Petard, Apollo, 1201, Lawful Interception


American Express expands its dining app services by purchasing Resy

American Express is continuing to snap up apps and services within the lifestyle bracket. Today, the monolithic financial giant has announced it is purchasing the restaurant reservation app Resy. The post American Express expands its dining app services by purchasing Resy appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Android, Mobile, Business, News, Trends, American Express, Resy, Reservation Apps


American Express expands its dining services by purchasing restaurant app Resy

American Express is continuing to snap up apps and services within the lifestyle bracket. Today, the monolithic financial giant has announced it is purchasing the restaurant reservation app Resy. The post American Express expands its dining services by purchasing restaurant app Resy appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Android, Mobile, Business, News, Trends, American Express, Resy, Reservation Apps


Use iOS 12.3 to Download HBO Shows for Offline Viewing

The most recent iOS update is here, and version 12.3 of Apple’s mobile operating system introduces several changes to AirPlay and the Apple TV app that are worth checking out. Here’s how to make the most of them:Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Hbo, Apple TV, Lifehacks, Software Updates, Airplay, Airplay 2, Ios 123


The best iPhone games currently available (May 2019)

The iPhone has some of our favorite games available for any mobile platform. Here are the best iPhone games for every big-name genre, whether you're into puzzles, strategy, or something else entirely. The post The best iPhone games currently available (May 2019) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Mobile, Gaming, Trends, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything


It’s Amazing That Anyone Upgrades Their iPhone – 500ish Words

To upgrade or do a clean install on a new iPhone...?
Tags: Iphone, Ios, Ipad, Tech, Blogging


These Are the Only Push Notifications You Should Allow on Your Phone

Our smartphone apps are constantly clamoring for our attention—whether it’s a high score that needs beating or a group chat that needs responding to, there’s often a constant stream of pings and buzzes to distract us. Take a closer look and so many of these alerts are low priority or completely unnecessary. You can…Read more...
Tags: Ios, Android, Mobile, Science, Smartphones, Push Notifications


WhatsApp hack: have I been affected and what should I do?

Time to make sure WhatsApp is updated on your iPhone, Android or Windows deviceUsers are being urged to update their WhatsApp smartphone apps immediately because of a security bug that allows hackers to take over your phone by simply calling it, whether or not you answer. Continue reading...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Android, Facebook, Technology, Microsoft, Social Networking, Smartphones, Whatsapp, Software, Windows Phone, Mobile Phones, Chat and messaging apps


Supreme Court Rules Apple Can Be Sued for Monopolistic App Store Practices

If you’re a typical iPhone user, there’s really only one place (aside from things like TestFlight) to get new apps: Apple’s App Store. For a long time, people have argued back and forth if this practice could be considered a form of monopoly, and after years in the courts, the Supreme Court finally weighed in one…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Apps, Science, Supreme Court, Monopolies, Antitrust, App Store, Consumer Tech, Open Up The App Store, Supreme Coutrt


How to Find Your Local and External IP Address

Your device’s IP address is a critical piece of information that you probably don’t think about very much. You’ll occasionally need it for some network-related setups (if you’re trying to punch a hole in your network to access the contents of your NAS box, run a web server, or connect to your home-grown VPN, to name a…Read more...
Tags: Ios, Android, Networking, Mac, Windows, Nas, Vpn, Lifehacks, Ip Address


Apple CEO Tim Cook talks WWDC student program, coding initiatives and SAP

For the past few years, Apple has been inviting student developers to attend its WWDC conference, which centers on development topics and software. A few students from this year’s batch are getting some more personal attention from Apple as it tries to raise awareness of the program and coding literacy via its Swift Playgrounds and other resources for students and teachers. Most of those students, though, won’t get a surprise personal visit from CEO Tim Cook, which is what happened this we...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, TC, Florida, Technology, Cook, Tech, Ceo, Smartphone, Companies, Software, Itunes, Arkansas, Tim Cook


Everything we know about Apple Arcade

Apple is planning to launch its own game subscription service called Apple Arcade in late 2019. Here's what we know about Apple Arcade, including the confirmed games for the program. The post Everything we know about Apple Arcade appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Mobile, Gaming, Mac, Trends, Apple Arcade


iOS reportedly getting its very own swipe-to-type keyboard

Apple may be bringing an Android favorite to iOS at its software developers conference next month. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has published a big list of little software tweaks his sources say are coming to iOS at WWDC. One of the more interesting notes is that Apple is reportedly going to be releasing its own swipe-to-text keyboard on iOS, something that has long been natively supported in Android. Users would no longer have to tap away on their keyboards in order to text and would be able to u...
Tags: Apple, Ios, TC, Tech, Bloomberg, App Store, Mark Gurman, WWDC 2019


Optimize your new Apple AirPods with these tips and tricks

Here are some tips, tricks, and lesser-known features from Apple's first pair of fully wireless earbuds, allowing you to get the most out of the company's world of cordless sound. The post Optimize your new Apple AirPods with these tips and tricks appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Ios, Mobile, Music, Trends, How-to, Home Theater, Apple Watch, Airpod, Airpod Tips


The 2019 iPhone: Here’s everything we know

The last iPhones just launched, but rumors about the next iPhone are already surfacing. Apple's 2019 flagship could include a variety of upgrades ranging from a new design to enhanced features. The post The 2019 iPhone: Here’s everything we know appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Mobile, News, Trends, Apple Event September 2018


Apple Releases Its Second iOS Game Ever, and It's a Tribute to Getting Filthy Rich

If you haven’t already heard the news, Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway investment firm recently pumped a bunch of money into ‘cash-strapped’ Apple. To say thanks for helping to keep the company afloat, Apple released its first iOS game since 2008: a Paperboy ripoff called Warren Buffet’s Paper Wizard that’s…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Itunes App Store, Games, Science, Video Games, Tim Cook, Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffet, Warren Buffets Paper Wizard, Warren Buffet 's Berkshire Hathaway


Developers can now verify mobile app users over WhatsApp instead of SMS

Facebook today released a new SDK that allows mobile app developers to integrate WhatsApp verification into Account Kit for iOS and Android. This will allow developers to build apps where users can opt to receive their verification codes through the WhatsApp app installed on their phone, instead through SMS. Today, many apps give users the ability to sign up using only a phone number — a now popular alternative to Facebook Login, thanks to the social network’s numerous privacy scandals which led...
Tags: Ios, Android, Security, Social, Startups, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, India, Social Media, Sms, Authentication, Whatsapp, Social Network, Sdk, Text Messaging


Apple defends its takedown of some apps monitoring screen-time

Apple is defending its removal of certain parental control apps from the app store in a new statement. The company has come under fire for its removal of certain apps that were pitched as tools giving parents more control over their children’s screen-time, but that Apple said relied on technology that was too invasive for private use. “We recently removed several parental control apps from the App Store, and we did it for a simple reason: they put users’ privacy and security at risk. It’s imp...
Tags: Apple, Ios, TC, Tech, E-commerce, Itunes, App Store, Apple Store, Online Marketplaces, Apple Inc, Mobile App, iOS 11



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