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Apple’s Safari 10 browser will deactivate Flash by default
Jun16

Apple’s Safari 10 browser will deactivate Flash by default

We knew this was coming—Chrome already informed the world of plans to deactivate Flash by default, and Edge already paused it for content considered not too important. Apple has announced that Safari 10 browser, which is expected to be shipped along with MacOS Sierra later in 2016, will make Flash inactive by default. In its place, Safari, just like other major browsers that have taken similar step, announced the integration of the...

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Siri is open for business with third-party companies
Jun15

Siri is open for business with third-party companies

What other updates are we going to get for Siri when iOS 10 comes out   Siri needed a makeover. And she finally going to get one. Apple announced the revamp of the virtual assistant at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday.  Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the new features and we are more than excited about the renovations, which will take place on October with the iOS 10 release. First things first, Siri...

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Finally! iOS 10 Will Let You Remove Default Apps from Your iPhone
Jun14

Finally! iOS 10 Will Let You Remove Default Apps from Your iPhone

Yes, Apple heard you — iPhone and iPad users. While you’re struggling to delete some apps from your device to make sure there’s still enough storage space for the most important apps, Apple was busy and quietly fixing one of the most annoying things about the iOS. The iOS 10 will now let iPhone and iPad owners have more control over the apps installed on their iOS devices. That means you can now delete built-in apps, like Calculator,...

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iMessage for Android: Is iMessage Coming to Android?
Jun10

iMessage for Android: Is iMessage Coming to Android?

Apple’s upcoming WWDC is set on June 13. One of the possible things that might happen is that the tech giant might introduce iMessage for Android. According to MacDailyNews, Apple may announce it on Monday at the WWDC keynote. During the time when Steve Jobs was still in charge, Steve accused Android of stealing from its iOS. But Tim Cook changed and relaxed Apple’s stance. For instance, the Apple Music for Android was first...

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Best free games for iOS and Android for 2016
May25

Best free games for iOS and Android for 2016

Games are not only for kids. Adults can also play games. And most importantly they can play them anywhere they want, whenever they want. Using your iOS or Android device you can download and enjoy some of the finest games. And we are more than happy to give you our list with the best free games for 2016. Piano Tiles 2 If you like music and challenges then Piano Tiles 2, is definitely your kind of game. The gameplay is very simple. You...

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Apple’s Tim Cook announces plans to establish iOS App Design and Development Accelerator in India
May18

Apple’s Tim Cook announces plans to establish iOS App Design and Development Accelerator in India

Apple has once again demonstrated its desire to establish a strong presence in the Indian smartphone market by announcing plans to establish a new iOS App Design and Development Accelerator in Bangalore. This much was made known by the company’s chief executive Tim Cook. The Apple chief described Bengaluru as the home of India’s startup scene in his statement opening the center. “India is home to one of the most vibrant and...

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