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Tumblr app for Android has only supported smartphones, until now. Tumblr just released new update for Android and this time the app supports Android tablets, there’s also now new feature called “following screen” and tweaked design. Company didn’t update iOS app yet, and if you’re iPad user, you’re still stuck to iPhone/iPod view. It’s weird that company decided not to add iPad support for their native app, but surely we can enjoy the iPad support later. Grab yourseöf updated Tumblr app for Android after the break
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.
Evernote 5.0 now available for iPhone and iPad, Mac app still in the works. Evernote 5.0 brings completely re-designed UI, so no more button filled user interface. Obvious new feature is in apps home screen, it contains now 5 tabs, each leading to All Notes, Notebooks, Tags, Places and Premium features. You can also now click on the tab and it brings you to the full screen. There’s no back button either, if user wants to go back from full screen mode, user must drag down on the tab. Evernote also states that they have included multiple stability improvements and bug fixes. Evernote 5.0 is now available from app store for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Check out the video of Evernote 5.0 from below.
Microsoft’s Xbox is not only a gaming console anymore, but it’s much more. Now Microsoft is planning to add new feature to it, according to recent job listing Microsoft (MSFT) is planning to bring Cloud TV to Xbox.
Check out the job listing and if you have enough of experience and you think you are hard worker and pick up new technologies fast, maybe you’re hired.
Previously Evernote announced version 5 for Mac and it would come soon. Now Evernote announces version 5 for iOS and it’s coming soon as well. Evernote 5 will be available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and also for iPad Mini. In Evernote 5 there’s going to be new home screen, better design, New Places feature, page for camera to take easier photos and easy access to premium features.
You can now take easier and quicker notes straight from your home screen and the design is made for faster access to the features you use most often. There’s also new feature called Places, which allows you to see all the places visually on the map that you have taken notes. Check out more info from the link below.
According to report from NYTimes, Twitter is developing Instagram-styled photo filters to it’s mobile apps in the coming months. There’s no official word from Twitter, but it seems that new feature is direct response to Facebook’s purchase of Instagram. Instagram have become the most number one social photo sharing app and Twitter wants to get their share of the photos sharing success by creating their own feature similar to Instagram.
Twitter also would like that it’s users would take photos by using it’s own platform and now Facebook owned Instagram’s. Facebook hasn’t give any indication that it would start restrict services that Instagram can plug into, but surely if Facebook would cut Twitter away from Instagram, Twitter won’t be too happy about it.
Source: NY Times