Google Maps For iOS Now Shows You The Fastest Route Home

Google Maps For iOS Now Shows You The Fastest Route HomeTraffic will be the death of all of us, at least that’s what most drivers think when they’re hopelessly gridlocked. Nobody likes being stuck in traffic, and thanks to modern technology, we now have a better chance of finding a less congested route home. Bringing its iOS app at par with the Android counterpart, Google Maps for iOS has received a new update today which will alert users when a faster route to their ultimate destination becomes available. This feature is only available in markets where navigation is supported.

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    Pebble Appstore Is Now Live

    Pebble Appstore Is Now Live

    Pebble was perhaps the only smartwatch that stood out from the crowd last year. What initially started as a crowdfunding campaign is now a product that’s known around the world. Pebble isn’t what it used to be, the company has launched a new model crafted from steel, and it has also launched an app store that contains apps exclusively developed for the popular smartphone. The Pebble appstore was first announced back at CES 2014 and today it has finally been launched. The appstore is now live, touting over 1,000 applications and watchfaces. Its baked into the Pebble app for iOS and Android. Users can peruse apps and watchfaces, then simply download the ones they like from their smartphone.

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    Twitter iOS App Photo Editing Features Revamped

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    A couple of days back Twitter released an update for its Android application. The updated app brought revamped photo editing features, which now allow users to crop, rotate, change aspects and a lot more with images before they’re posted to the microblogging network. The company hasn’t taken long to extend all those features to iOS as well. Today, a Twitter iOS app update has been released, which brings the aforementioned revamped photo editing features.

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    SwiftKey For iOS Launches As A Note Taking App

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    Android offers users a lot more customization options as opposed to iOS, which is one of the reasons why customers often go for devices running Google’s mobile operating system. On Android, users can choose from a wide variety of custom keyboards if they don’t like the stock offering, whereas on iOS, users don’t enjoy such liberties. SwiftKey happens to be one of the most popular custom keyboards for Android, and today SwiftKey for iOS makes it debut, not as a keyboard that gets baked in but rather as a standalone note taking application.

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    Windows Phone Will Overtake iOS In 2014 [Study]

    nokia-lumia-1520-review-1Android and iOS are two of the most popular smartphone platforms at the moment, with Android taking the number one spot followed by iOS. Coming in third and fourth are Windows Phone and BlackBerry, and based on numbers we’ve seen in the past, it would take both platforms a while to catch up. However according to Jana Mobile, they believe that Windows Phone will eventually overtake iOS’ market share in 2014. “With multiple handsets priced below $200, and a swell of popularity in emerging markets, 2014 could be the year that Windows phone establishes itself as the second most popular smartphone OS worldwide.” (more…)

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    New Facebook iOS App Lets You Choose Who To See Posts From

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    The News Feed is where all the magic happens on Facebook. This is where you see updates from friends, family as well as Pages you have liked and communities you have joined. Behind the scenes, News Feed measures hundreds of parameters to show what it believes to be the most relevant of updates, but that doesn’t mean its always spot on. Today, Facebook has released an updated application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Users can now choose whose posts they wish to see in News Feed, thus allowing them to permanently reduce clutter or unwanted posts straight from their mobile devices.

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