TAG ios

Cider. Running iOS applications on ... Android!

by Christine Kitsati Postgraduate students from Computer Science Division of Columbia University developed Cider, which has nothing to do with the known ... cider, but it is something completely different. It's an architectural compatibility for mobile operating systems, which allows you to run any iOS application in Android devices! The six students involved in this project have tried […] 22 May 2014 at 06:05 pm

Viber for iOS gets a serious update

by Christine Kitsati The new updated version of Viber app for iOS brings new redesigned UI and some new features. The app now has a flat design and emphasizes on multimedia content. Users can now share multiple images and videos at the same time, they can send larger video messages and also block those users you don't want […] 26 April 2014 at 07:56 pm

New Google Hangouts 2.0 for iOS with 10 seconds video message support

by Christine Kitsati Well it was about time Google Hangouts for iOS was upgraded. With version 2.0 that's totally revamped for iPad, users will be able to enjoy two window chats, along with animated stickers and 10 second long video messages that your friends will surely love! Oh yes, only iOS users will be able to enjoy these […] 2 March 2014 at 09:32 pm

Let's meet Jelly, the new Q&A application for Android and iOS

by Thodoris Konsoulas Do you know Biz Stone? If you don't, he is a very active businessman and his name can be found in Twitter and Medium as the co-founder, or other popular services, such as Blogger for example. Stone is not one of those businessmen who are resting after a success, but instead he goes on with new […] 19 January 2014 at 07:22 am

These are the most popular iOS apps and games for 2013

by niki lyberis Apple released once again the list of the highly successful apps from the App Store for the year of 2013 and - oh what a surprise- Candy Crush Saga ruled them all once again, since it was the most popular free app and MineCraft was the most popular paid app in the App Store for […] 22 December 2013 at 11:15 am

Android is the most rapidly evolving product in history of technology

by Christine Kitsati Well I guess you already know it, but now it's official. According to Asymco and analyst Horace Dediu, Android OS is the most rapidly evolving product in the history of technology! The chart above depicts the most successful technological products through the years, along with numbers showing their adoption from people and the time span […] 8 November 2013 at 07:44 am

Vine now offers two new features: Sessions and Time Travel

by Thodoris Konsoulas Vine app was recently updated with new awesome features like Sessions and Time Travel, that enable users to edit their video clips and store them for future use. Sessions feature allows you to store up to 10 videos clips in order to use them later into one larger video. You can find the relevant icon […] 31 October 2013 at 08:33 pm

Tumblr for iOS has a serious security flaw

by Thodoris Konsoulas With an official post in its blog, Tumblr informed its users (those especially that use the iOS version of the app), to update it as soon as possible to its latest version and change their passwords. A similar message appears when a user enters its credential account in Tumblr app. The reason for all these […] 18 July 2013 at 04:51 pm

iOS Facebook app is a huge battery hog?

by Thodoris Konsoulas The German iOS developer Sebastian Düvel, announced recently something really important in his blog. The current Facebook iOS app is a huge battery hog, using almost 3 times energy than other iOS applications in the same time. As you can see from the image above, the first four processes are standard iOS originated, while the fifth is […] 1 June 2013 at 05:01 pm

Install iMIUI theme for iOS and... enjoy a massive makeover on your iPhone

by Nikos Papanikolopoulos First things first, what is iMIUI? Well in case you didn't know, MIUI is an Android ROM, built by the folks over at Xiaomi Tech. And iMIUI is a large-scale iOS port of that ROM, wrapped up in the form of a WinterBoard theme, that you can install on your jailbroken iPhone (if you want to, of course). […] 18 May 2013 at 11:32 am