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The Dummies Guide to Facebook Native Ads for Hotels

Have your Hotel tried Facebook Ads and failed? No worries, you are not alone. A lot of Hotels and brands have a misperception of Facebook Ads. It is not your fault. There is a lot of individuals and brands online today that take advantage of Hotels that have not taken the time to educate themselves on the power of Facebook Native Advertisement. Obviously, there is a demand from Hotels that need help with their Facebook Native Advertisement campaigns. Facebook Native Advertisement can be as sim...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Facebook Messenger, Hotel, Facebook Ads, App Store, Ftc, Cpc, Native Ads, RFM, Facebook Social, Social Media Management


Apple's App Store downloads went into decline, possibly for the first time ever

Apple's App Store downloads went into decline, possibly for the first time ever, according to research by Morgan Stanley. Apple recently stopped providing device unit sales data and asked people to focus on revenue success instead. Apple's services division — App Store downloads, music, and iTunes — is a key revenue driver that the company hoped would offset declining handset sales. But App Store revenue growth is decelerating, too. Analysts are expressing doubts about the power of Apple's myt...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Netflix, Hsbc, Tim Cook, Ubs, Deutsche Bank, App Store, Morgan Stanley, Samsung Galaxy, Aapl, Citi, Bernstein, Nomura, Huberty, Bank of America Merrill Lynch


Uber warns that Apple and Google’s stranglehold over the distribution of apps poses a major risk to its business (GOOG, FB)

Uber is warning that Google and Apple's collective dominance over the app economy poses a potential big risk to its business. On Thursday, the ride-hailing company filed its S-1 paperwork to go public, offering an unprecedented public look at its business. Companies have increasingly complained in recent years about the stranglehold that Google and Apple's app stores give them over the rest of the tech industry. Uber is also reliant on Google Maps to function, and paid some $58 million to Goog...
Tags: Apple, Google, Uber, Spotify, Trends, Silicon Valley, App Store, Google Maps, Signal, Fortnite, Waymo


How to diagnose and remove any virus from your iPhone

The risk of viruses and malware infecting your iPhone is extremely low, but if your iPhone behaves oddly, there are simple steps you can take to eliminate an existent virus. If you can narrow the problem down to a single app, uninstall it and see if the problem goes away. Restart the iPhone to see if a simple "reboot" eliminates the problem. Also clear Safari's cache. As a last resort, you can restore the phone to an older backup that predates the glitch, or reset the phone to its original...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Gartner, App Store, Louis Vuitton, Don, Dionisio Zumerle


Steps to Submit Your iPhone App on Apple Store

Image Source So, you have finally developed an iPhone app. You followed all the things to consider while building a mobile app, right from performing in-depth market research to introducing lucrative features, testing your application, and investing in app marketing. And now, you are all set to submit your app on the App Store and celebrate with a bottle of champagne. Well, submitting your application is not as easy as it seems. Apple Store, known for its stringent regulations, reject a large nu...
Tags: Apple, Apps, Sales, App Store, Apple Store, Apple App Store, Apple Developer Program


A powerful spyware app now targets iPhone owners

Security researchers have discovered a powerful surveillance app first designed for Android devices can now target victims with iPhones. The spy app, found by researchers at mobile security firm Lookout, said its developer abused their Apple-issued enterprise certificates to bypass the tech giant’s app store to infect unsuspecting victims. The disguised carrier assistance app once installed can silently grab a victim’s contacts, audio recordings, photos, videos, and other device informatio...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Google, Android, Security, Facebook, Privacy, Tech, Itunes, Italy, Computing, App-store, Spy, Online Marketplaces, Data Security


Here's proof that a big source of Apple's App Store growth tanked, probably thanks to Netflix (AAPL)

Apple saw a big slowdown in revenue from entertainment apps in the App Store in March. That's according to Morgan Stanley, which issued a note saying a slowdown in an important engine of App Store revenue was worth keeping an eye on. This comes after Netflix pulled iTunes billing, depriving Apple of up to $256 billion in App Store revenue. Apple is currently trying to position itself as a service as well as a hardware business, that can charge people for access to music streaming, films, TV sh...
Tags: Apple, Wall Street, Trends, Netflix, Tim Cook, App Store, Morgan Stanley, Netflix Hulu Amazon, Netflix AAPL


How to choose a VPN for your Mac device

You might already know how widely used and renowned Macs and Apple devices are all over the world for their heightened security, especially when compared to other systems. With a strong check on everything going through the official App Store and laser-sharp firewalls, it only stands to reason that you make sure there’s nothing on your end that compromises your identity, privacy, and anonymity either. Choosing a VPN for Apple computer works just like how you’d choose one for any other computer ...
Tags: Apple, Security, South Korea, Hong Kong, Usa, Internet, Spain, Blogging, Netflix, United States, United Kingdom, Edward Snowden, Switzerland, Reddit, Vpn, Firewall


Apple Becomes A Media Company, Pivots To Subscriptions [Mark Mulligan]

As iPhone and hardware sales slowed, Apple has sought new revenue streams; and like it has with Apple Music is shifting to a revenue strategy based more on content and subscriptions . It will be a difficult and expensive journey, says MIDiA analyst Mark Mulligan' that will reshape the entire digital content landscape. By Mark Mulligan from the Music Industry blog Last Tuesday Apple announced its arrival on the world stage as a media company, using the lion’s share of its produ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Music, Netflix, App Store, Apple Music, Zane Lowe, Bruce Houghton, Mark Mulligan, Apple Becomes A Media Company, Xbox Amazon, Spotify App Store, Amazon Music Unlimited vs Amazon


Consumer spending in apps to reach $156B across iOS and Google Play by 2023

Consumer spending in mobile apps across both Apple’s App Store and Google Play will grow by 120 percent to reach $156 billion worldwide by 2023, according to a new report out today from app store intelligence firm, Sensor Tower. The forecast estimates that both stores will more than double their revenues during the next five years, with China, the U.S. and Japan leading the way on iOS and the U.S., South Korea and Japan leading on Google Play. The report projects that Apple will reach $96 billi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Google Play, TC, Mobile, Apps, South Korea, Games, Japan, China, Africa, Trends, Tech, Ios Apps, Taiwan, Consumer Spending


Google got suspended from a top LGBTQ equality index after failing to delete a 'conversion therapy' app

Human Rights Campaign has suspended Google from its corporate equality index after the tech firm failed to remove a "conversion therapy" app for gay people from the Play Store, Axios reports. Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft have all shut down the app, named Living Hope Ministries. So-called "conversion therapy" has been widely criticised for its demonization of LGBTQ people. Google has been suspended from America's largest LGBTQ civil rights organization's corporate equality index after failing ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Google Play Store, Microsoft, Saudi Arabia, America, Trends, Nintendo, Lgbtq, CEI, HRC, App Store, Sundar Pichai, Human Rights Campaign, The American Psychiatric Association, Apple Amazon


Rela, a Chinese lesbian dating app, exposed 5 million user profiles

Rela (热拉), a popular dating app for gay and queer women, has exposed millions of user profiles and private data because a server wasn’t protected with a password. Rela disappeared from app stores in May 2017 after it was reportedly shut down by Chinese regulators, though the government never confirmed it took action. But the app returned a year later, according to its app store listing, on a different cloud provider. LGBTQ+ rights in China remain highly limited, even though it was decriminalized...
Tags: Security, Startups, Apps, China, Software, Itunes, United States, Silicon Valley, App-store, Mobile Software, Victor Gevers, Zank, GDI Foundation, Gevers, Boomoji


Motif Investing Review – Design Your Own Motif

If you’re looking for a truly unique investment platform, look no further than Motif Investing. We’ll discuss the fees, go through the pros and cons and let you know if it’s right for you in our Motif Investing review. Motif Investing Kevin Mercadante's rating 8.9 Fees 8.5 Ease of Use ...
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Apple Arcade v Google Stadia: which is the future for video games?

Netflix-style subscriptions by two tech behemoths could open up gaming to millions who can’t afford pricey equipment. Watch out Microsoft and SonyIn the last week, two of the world’s tech giants have made a big play for the attention – and wallets – of the world’s two billion gamers. Apple, already a big player in the video game market thanks to the iPhone and App Store, announced Apple Arcade, a subscription that will offer exclusive high-end games to be played on Macs, iPhones and iPads. And G...
Tags: Apple, Google, Games, Technology, Microsoft, Internet, Broadband, Netflix, Playstation, Culture, Computing, Sony, Xbox, Game culture, Games consoles, App Store


Everything we know about Apple Arcade, the new subscription service bringing high quality games to iOS and Mac (AAPL)

Apple Arcade, a new subscription video game service, will launch in the App Store later this year, giving subscribers access to more than 100 games on Apple's iOS and macOS devices. Apple has partnered with a several independent video game creators to help them develop original games for Apple Arcade. Those games will be exclusive to Apple Arcade and not available on other mobile platforms. Apple Arcade games will be playable on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, and will show up in a new tab ...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, Macbook, App Store, Hironobu Sakaguchi, Apple TV Plus Apple, Sam Rosenthal, Apple Arcade, Charles Cecil, Mac AAPL, Cedric Adams, Denis Mikan, Bekah Saltsman, Finji Check


Apple Arcade Is a New Game Subscription Service For iOS, Mac, and Apple TV

Apple has unveiled a few different subscription services today at its "show time" event, including a new Apple Arcade game subscription service for titles that can be installed from the App Store. The company is aiming to curate some of the 300,000 games currently available from the App Store into this new ad-free subscription service. "There will be 100 new and exclusive games available on Apple Arcade, which will launch on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV," reports The Verge. From the repor...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Apple TV, App Store, Will Wright, Apple Arcade


Apple just announced Apple Arcade, a new subscription service for exclusive Mac and iOS games (AAPL)

Apple Arcade is an upcoming service that will give subscribers access to more than 100 games on Apple's iOS and OS X devices. Apple Arcade games will be playable on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV and will show up in a new tab in the App Store. Apple Arcade will launch in Fall 2019, but pricing is still to be determined. Apple on Monday announced Apple Arcade, a subscription service for mobile and standard video games on iOS and OS X. Subscribers will have access to more than 100 exclusive ga...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Trends, App Store, Aapl, Apple Arcade


Apple launches credit card, gaming service

Made from laser-etched titanium, Apple's new credit card appears to use the company's San Francisco typeface, not Silian Rail. The Verge: Daily cash back of 2% on purchases with external vendors; and 3% cash back on purchases from Apple ... APR rates start at 13.24 percent, up to 24.24 percent. Also announced today was Apple Arcade, the company's new game service. The name's perfectly sweet; it's great that games are getting a place of their own outside the App Store, which is a terrible place t...
Tags: Apple, Post, News, San Francisco, Debt, App Store


Apple Arcade might be the new game subscription service worth signing up for

Apple Arcade will launch this fall bringing a new game-subscription service with cross-platform support for iOS, Mac, and Apple TV. At launch, the service will feature more than 100 exclusive games, with more added to the service regularly. The post Apple Arcade might be the new game subscription service worth signing up for appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Gaming, News, Trends, App Store, Apple Arcade, Apple Event March 2019


Not to be outdone by Google, Apple unveils its Arcade game-subscription service

This fall, Apple will launch Arcade, a game-subscription service with cross-platform support for iOS, Mac, and Apple TV. At launch, the service will feature more than 100 exclusive games, with more added to the service regularly. The post Not to be outdone by Google, Apple unveils its Arcade game-subscription service appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Gaming, News, Trends, App Store, Google Apple, Apple Arcade, Apple Event March 2019


Apple announces Arcade, its new game subscription service

Apple today announced Arcade, its game subscription service that claims to span mobile, desktop and other devices. Gamers who subscribe will have access to games on any of their Apple devices, and it will offer over 100 new games not available anywhere else at launch. The Arcade will be a new tab on the App Store, and anyone with a subscription will be able to download games and play them immediately. The games will be available for Apple mobile devices, as well as Macs and Apple TV, and Apple a...
Tags: Apple, Startups, App Store


Apple announces Arcade, its new game streaming subscription service

Apple today announced Arcade, its game streaming service that claims to span mobile, desktop and other devices. With a subscription, gamers will have access to over 100 games not available anywhere else. The Arcade will be a new tab on the App Store, and anyone with a subscription will be able to download games and play them immediately. The games will be available for Apple mobile devices, as well as Macs and Apple TV. Gamers will be able to pick up games across devices where they left off, and...
Tags: Apple, Startups, App Store, Apple TV Gamers


Apple could announce its gaming subscription service on Monday

Apple is about to announce some new services on Monday. While everybody expects a video streaming service as well as a news subscription, a new report from Bloomberg says that the company might also mention its gaming subscription. Cheddar first reported back in January that Apple has been working on a gaming subscription. Users could pay a monthly subscription fee to access a library of games. We’re most likely talking about iOS games for the iPhone and iPad here. Games are the most popular ...
Tags: Apple, Gadgets, Gaming, Tech, Bloomberg, App Store, Apple gaming, Apple Media Event 2019, Minecraft NBA


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