Category Archives: iOS
Music lovers in Australia and New Zealand can be happy today as internet-based radio Pandora is now fully available. Previously Pandora’s features were available only on the desktop and on a trial basis. As of today, Pandora announced that it’s features are now fully available in both countries, this also means that this is first time that Pandora has been available outside of the U.S. Users in both countries can now also enjoy Pandora for Android and for iOS apps, and you can download them from App Store or from Google Play.
Twitter has released rumored built-in photo filters feature for Android and iOS devices. Twitter for Android update includes this new feature already, and it will arrive to iOS devices sometime today. The app now offers eight filters, including “black&white, vignette, cinematic, vintage, warm, cool, happy and gritty” tones. You can also edit the image straight in app, cropping, zooming and auto-image enhancement included. Aviary, the company behind these filters says “each filter was designed from the ground up exclusively for Twitter.”
This is straight response to Facebook’s purchase of Instagram earlier this year. Facebook ended the support for Twitter cards wiping out Instagram photos from Twitter and leaving only links to Instagram’s website.
Google has updated YouTube app for iOS, just hours after it released Gmail app update for iOS. Updated YouTube app is now fully optimized for iPad and iPhone 5, and now you can use AirPlay feature in YouTube app to stream your videos directly to your TV. And new feature didn’t stop there, as now own you can also tap a logo to open one’s Guide of channels, ability to add and remove playlist videos, clickable links in video description and better accessibility with VoiceOver. You can download the app from iTunes or grab update from App Store.
Gmail go updated for Android yesterday and today is time to update Gmail for iOS. Google has just released Gmail update for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users. The update reveals new look, plus many other of improvements like profile pictures in messages, multiple new animations and infinite scrolling in the message lists. Users can also RSVP to Google Calendar invites as well as +1 and comment Google+ posts directly from the Gmail.
There’s also now long waited multiple account support, enabling user to login to up to five Google accounts from the menu and switch between them with only few taps. You can download Gmail from iTunes or update it from App Store.
Source: Official Gmail blog
Twitter brings it’s content preview cards to Android and iPhone, allowing users to view photo and article previews from more than 2,000 partners. New update gives users article summary and photo preview cards whenever they search tweets or just browse discovery tab. You can also now find out what’s popular among the people you’re connected with in simple stream of tweet’s, just tap