Archive for the ‘Apps’ Category

It’s fair to say that Microsoft has fully embraced the existence of the Apple Watch from initial launch. Owners of Apple’s precise and beautiful timepiece have been able to interact with a number of Microsoft apps pretty much from day one. The software giant has now shown its clearest indication yet that it will continue to develop cutting-edge software that’s compatible with the Apple Watch by releasing an upgrade to its popular Microsoft Outlook email app which brings extended compatibility for the wrist-worn gadget.

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Using Move to Apple Music app for Mac OS X, you can easily transfer Spotify or Rdio playlists into Apple Music, here’s how it works.

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There was once a time when editing photos was something that would take a pretty high end computer and a graphics suite that was expensive enough to make your eyes water. These days though, it’s possible to do some rather impressive things using nothing but a Web browser and a nice stable Internet connection. Fotor is one service that lets users upload images and then edit them from the safety of the browser window, with no need for something as unwieldy as ‘real’ photo-editing software.

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Although Apple themselves have been the center of attention for most of the last few weeks due to the imminent announcement and launch of the new iPhone, there has been an organization that has dared to try and steal Apple’s thunder in the last week. Those guys are the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and have taken it upon themselves to thwart the hype around the new iPhone by blasting the Curiosity Rover onto the red planet to send images back to earth that document its findings.

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If you’re a Mac user and live and breathe Skype, or just use it occasionally to talk to your distant friends, you might be happy to know that the application has been updated to add support for OS X Lion as well as HD video chats. These improvements come in the form of Skype 5.3 which is available to the public today.

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One of the greatest features in Lion is the ability to maximize apps to full-screen, even in apps where traditionally a full-screen mode wouldn’t make that much sense, as long as developers choose to add it in. If they haven’t, luckily, there’s a way you can implement full-screen mode yourself that works with most apps, system-wide.

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Hulu has finally begun rolling its Hulu Plus service out to Android smartphones, but according to a blog post on the company’s web site, you may still not be able to use it if you have the wrong handset.

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iPhone and Android users are probably aware of Landscape mode, a feature that automatically adjusts apps when users turn the phone sideways. However, on the Android platform, some apps just don’t look good turned sideways. Thankfully, there’s Smart Rotator, which allows you to set which installed Apps will rotate.

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iAndroid is a new iOS application for jailbroken devices that simulates the Android operating system experience on the iPhone or iPod touch. While it’s still very far from completion, the project is taking shape.

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According to Lookout, an Android anti-malware maker, there’s a new threat in the wild that is said to have affected between 30,000 and 120,000 headsets already.

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Apple has found itself in the Guinness Book of World Records thanks to it’s iPhone 4, App Store and a selection of hugely popular titles. As the LA Times reports, Gaz Deaves, Guinness World Records’ gaming editor has released a list of newly awarded records with Apple being the beneficiary.

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If you’re using a laptop, chances are you’re acutely aware that your battery doesn’t last forever, and the plethora of power reporting tools, gadgets and widgets are more than capable of telling you just how long you have remaining from your current charge. What PwrDrain does though, is go one step further by telling you just how much battery is being used at any given moment.

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