How about another bunch of interesting news and app updates on the App Store? Lets go to what matters!
The famous messenger gained more configurations of privacy: Now you can choose who can see your phone number in the "Privacy and Security" settings. You can also add groups for the Always Allow / Never Allow exceptions from any privacy setting the permissions will be updated as users enter and leave groups.
Other news includes thumbnail viewing of any PDF you have sent, monospaced formatting and text links to your messages, ability to connect a chat group to your channel and get a chat button, view public channels in your browser even if you don't. You have a Telegram account and improved bot integration with web services.
The app now has search suggestions so you can easily find recently added photos by simply typing “recently added” into the search bar.
TomTom GO Navigation
Many today prefer solutions like Waze and Google Maps, but it is undeniable that navigation apps like TomTom GO Navigation still has your loyal audience. And if you are one of those people, we have good news!
The app has been completely revamped, and you can now download just the maps you need. In addition, he now has support for Carplay!
The game that turned fever but now dipyrone is already taking effect losing support for Apple Watch from July 1.
According to Niantic, responsible for the game, as the resource Sincaventura Allows coaches to keep track of their steps even with the app closed, better to focus on just one device than to have two distinct ones doing the same thing.
This beautiful scanner app came in version 9.0 with good news, including revamped folders (new look and organization), new view of your files, automatic identification of important documents (put them at the top of the list and let the app remind you) , ability to sort documents (by date, name or size), as well as improvements in design and performance.
The podcast player Castro one more to add snippet sharing support like Overcast already did.
The snippets can be up to 60 seconds and are exported as videos that include artwork, episode title, podcast name and date being shared. You can share via Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, WhatsApp, Slack and more!
Version 3.0 of the Secrets Features such as add-ons, customizable icons, spelling Wi-Fi passwords for your guests, keyboard shortcuts (on iPads with external keyboards, of course Macs were all possible), encryption enhancements and more!