Recently, some iOS apps have been updated and a lot of news has landed on the official Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) app, Tinder, Dropbox and Vimeo. Are we going to them?
As we approach a WWDC, questions arise as to how to keep up with Apple's annual event, focused on the company's software news. The inaugural keynote of the event is usually broadcast on the Apple website and by a dedicated app for Apple TVs, but videos of the event sessions (which takes place over a week) you can check out on this official app.
This week Ma updated its app with support for two new languages (Japanese and Simplified Chinese) until it was only available in English. In addition, the app has gained support for HandoffApple's technology is to start doing something on one device and continue where it left off on another (compatible) device connected to the same Apple ID.
Finally, some bugs were fixed and the app gained other internal improvements. THE WWDC19 It will take place between June 3rd and 7th in San Jose (California, United States), and you can also follow , clear.
With the spread of dating applications around the world, the developers of these platforms have had to think of alternatives to keep attracting the growing public. In this sense, Tinder (one of the most popular apps in the segment) adopted a new feature that was being quite successful for the “Festival Mode”, as reported by TechCrunch.
More precisely, the option was developed to connect people who should attend the same festival, concert or any other music event. The feature is being launched in partnership with entertainment companies from major US, UK and Australian festivals initially. There is no forecast when the resource will reach Tupiniquin lands.
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The cloud storage service has updated its iOS software with some very interesting news, mainly related to file sharing and photo storage of the device.
In this sense, you can now better control who and how long people invited to a file share can access your content, including passwords, expiration dates, and the option to disable downloads. This feature, however, is available to Dropbox Professional and Business subscribers.
Customers of the above plans, as well as Dropbox Plus, have gained another new feature: now it is possible to send all images from Camera Roll or just the latest photos to the service, whether edited images or not. The feature works similar to iCloud, performing a full backup of your device images in the cloud.
The video social network app was awarded the service's new feature, the showcases. Formerly known as “albums”, shop windows work as playlists videos organized by the user so that they can be viewed and / or shared at once.
In addition, the user has full control over the personalization of the windows, being able to make them exactly what the name promises. According to Vimeo, the windows will still receive news soon. We'll see. 😉