Recently, apps Spotify, Google Chrome and Ulysses for iOS have been updated with important news and improvements.
Let's see what such updates brought back?
The popular platform of streaming Swedish music company has released a new exclusive parental control feature for family plan users, allowing caregivers to be able to restrict music to their children's explicit content.
For some reason, however, the option is currently available only to users in Ireland, as disclosed by 9to5Mac. According to the company, the resource will be expanded to other countries / regions later this year, but she did not explain the reason for the fractional distribution.
Despite the novelty, family membership continues to offer each member their own account (with their playlists, library, and recommendations), but the person managing the plan can enable explicit content filtering for any of the linked accounts.
Also thinking about the familiar content, Spotify introduced another novelty called ?Family Mix?which gives the whole family access to playlists personalized. Just like parental control, the feature is also slowly becoming available and reaching more places (like Brazil) soon.
The Mountain View giant's browser has been updated this week with some very interesting improvements, including the ?find on page? option (F on macOS or Windows) is also available at iFrames, including AMP pages.
Also, when you create a new site signup, Chrome will provide a strong and unique password suggestion that can be saved to your browser keys. Speaking of passwords, some users will notice a new design in the software interface to save credentials.
No more, you can control the ?Google and sync services? settings in the same place, with the option to see what data is used by each feature; The browsing history can now also be synchronized and deleted more reliably.
The text editor for iPhones, iPads and Macs has reached its 17th verse with some very interesting news. First, developers included a new keyword management interface for iOS after the feature was introduced in macOS.
This allows users to edit or delete keywords, customize them with multiple colors, and mark words as favorites to quickly access them all in sync across all devices.
In addition, the editor now has four new export formats: Business (Business), Academic (Academy), Review (Review) and Manuscript (Manuscript), each with its own design and specific purpose.
Specifically for iPad users, Ulysses update brings a new preview mode, which displays the text in full screen. Finally, support has been added for displaying image captions and a series of corrections.
Ulysses offers a free 14-day trial period; After that, you will need to purchase a monthly ($ 15) or annual ($ 123) subscription to the service, with student plan options.
via 9to5Mac, MacRumors