Apple has updated its Privacy website with a new Privacy Labels section for its own apps. Here are all the details on this.
Here are the best Kodi 17 / 17.6 Krypton compatible skins and themes for 2018 which can be used on various platforms Kodi is installed on.
Popular photo editing app for iOS, Afterlight, can now be downloaded for free for a limited period. We show you how to grab it for free in a step-by-step guide below.
iOS, while not as bloated as most Android phones out there, has still managed to accumulate a number of default apps like Maps, Mail, Calendar, Contacts and the likes. It's all pretty usual, until one day you realize that there you're not actually using all of them. In fact, some of them might be such that you've never even opened since you bought your iPhone (I've never touched Stocks, for instance). Long time coming, but Tim Cook appears to have hinted at the possibility of allowing users to remove default iOS apps in the future.
The way Apple's iOS updates its third-party apps is seen as a marvel to some, and an annoyance to others. While the whole process is, as with most of the software's features, nicely streamlined, that oh-so frequent feeling of constrained functionality does tend to creep in from time to time. For example, if you're updating an app, and decide, midway through, that you wish to retain the current version for the time being, there's no native way of doing so. Luckily, as is so often the case, there's a tweak for that, and it's called, quite naturally, CancelUpdate.