Infuse reaches its sixth version; Apple TV Remote, Twitter, and Gmail are updated

Infuse reaches its sixth version; Apple TV Remote, Twitter, and Gmail are updated

Recently, the (always amazing) Infuse app has reached its sixth version with a lot of glory and of course news. In addition, we will see below what updates Apple TV Remote, Twitter and Gmail updates have brought.


Infuse 6 app icon

Infuse Pro 6 app icon

Infuse has reached its sixth verse with major improvements and some news.

Among them, the service now synchronizes content via iCloud, making the experience even better between devices connected to the same Apple ID.

In addition, integration with the Archives app (Files) has also been improved in the new version, including automatic folder organization between services. The software's playback core has also gained a good upgrade, supporting even the latest generation 4K HDR movies.

Service subtitles are also free of ads now.

We also have full support for AirPlay 2 (so for the HomePod), allowing you to stream audio from a video to any AirPlay speaker while the image is played back on iPhone or iPad. To celebrate the new version, the Infuse icon has also been changed, now more minimalistic.

The app has a free version which contains an internal subscription that unlocks all service features such as high quality video, access to online storage platforms and more; The paid version, in turn, has no internal purchases. Those with Infuse Pro 5 can get a discount on purchasing the new version, while subscribers will not be charged for the upgrade.

Apple TV Remote

Apple TV Remote app icon

As we said, Ma's latest app update didn't bring much news, the release notes of version 2.2 even cite “general performance and stability improvements” only. However, the company decided to change the app icon, which is now basically an illustration of Siri Remote.

Previously, the app's cone was black with the word “TV” (product brand). With the upgrade, the icon more closely resembles the remote control of the set top box, which also matches the updated Apple TV Remote icon in iOS 12.2 Control Center.


Twitter app icon

Twitter has also been recently updated with a feature that users have long demanded: a really dark mode. So far, Twitter used only a night mode that displayed a dark blue theme, which was not ideal but broke the branch.

Dark Mode on Twitter

Now the social network has introduced an additional feature to night mode called Lights out (Lights out), which in turn implies a truly black theme. You can manually enable the option in the Twitter app at Settings and privacy Screen and sound.

In addition, Twitter has added a feature to detect time (from dusk to sunrise) and toggle Dark Mode on / off. This news is starting to be released now, and should reach Android and web soon.


Gmail app icon: Google Email

With Inbox by Gmail's activities coming to an end, Google is turning its full attention to improving the features of its flagship email app, Gmail. This time, the company updated the app with new customization options.

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Source: https://gsuiteupdates.googleblog/2019/03/take-action-faster-with-customizable.html

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More precisely, it is now possible to define which actions will appear on the screen by swiping over an email. Possibilities include archiving, deleting, marking as read (or unread), activating the snooze function, and moving a conversation to another folder.

In addition to using custom actions to select key emails from your Inbox, Google also pointed out that you can use the same actions when receiving notifications. If you like to postpone emails, for example, you can press (3D Touch) on a notification and tap “Postpone” to choose the date and time of the next notification.

According to Google, this news is being released to users starting today and could take up to 15 days for resources to be available to everyone.

via MacRumors, 9to5Mac, 9to5Google