Recently, some apps for iOS and macOS have gained news and improvements among them, the Gmail now supports AMP pages and the Duet air has gained a new version that supports using Mac or PC as a second screen.
Also, the music app Marvis Pro It is now finally adapted for iPad screens; finally the app SF Symbols, from Apple, has been updated with a new navigation sidebar, automatic updates and more, as we will see below.
After introducing a new feature for its Gmail app, last February, Google finally began deploying AMP page support on its platform for iOS and Android. The feature was already available natively on the web, but is only now reaching mobile devices.
The function, called ?dynamic email,? allows you to view AMP-available web pages from your own Inbox (no need to switch to a browser). What's more, the feature further integrates the app with systems by saving emailed events to the calendar, for example.
The news, however, may take a while to reach all users: according to Google, the initial distribution began yesterday (21/11) and could take up to 15 days to complete. Also according to the company, the option is enabled by default unless you use a third party email client to access your messages.
Duet Air 2.0
Although with macOS Catalina 10.15 Apple introduced Sidecar, a feature that makes it possible to use the iPad as a second screen of the Mac, there are still many third party software that do the same thing with even more features than Ma's option, like the Duet Air.
In version 2.0, Duet Air now allows users to use Macs / PCs as an external display as well; that is, if you have a silly MacBook or PC, with Duet Air you can extend your desktop between them.
With the update, the app has also enabled users to remotely access the desktop of other devices anywhere in the world with the lowest possible latency (less than 30ms).
Duet Air offers internal subscription and can be downloaded here for macOS, Windows, iOS and Chromebooks according to the developer, support for Androids being released in January 2020.
We talked about Marvis Pro last June, and now the Apple Music-inspired music player has gotten a tremendous update. What's new, the app now offers native iPad support (whatever the model is).
In addition, the app has gained a new display glyph for Powerbeats Pro, similar to AirPods when you're listening to music through Ma's wireless headphones.
Several bugs were fixed and other improvements were implemented in this version as well.
Apple's font and symbol library app has also received its first major update since it was launched last June.
In version 1.1, the platform has gained support for validating custom symbols, as well as a new categorized sidebar so you can find available designs more easily.
According to Ma, there are over 1,500 (more precisely 1,672) options available in the app, all configurable according to your use. You can download SF Symbols here.
via VentureBeat, iDownloadBlog, 9to5Mac