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The third iteration of the highly useful AirDroid app is now available in beta. Much of the focus is on the desktop clients which bring your Android screen, notifications, apps and phone call alerts to a wirelessly connected Mac or Windows PC.
After months of hearing reports that Apple is working on a 12.2-inch iPad, a drawing of the device has appeared online. And it looks like a bigger version of today’s iPads with one noticeable twist: Four speaker grilles.
Many of iOS 8’s most unique features are hidden within the Accessibility section of settings. With the ability to alter the way you use your device, some accessibility features may surprise you.
Using an iPhone 6 Plus, Fleksy beat its own Guinness World Record for the fastest mobile keyboard. The intelligent software works on iOS and Android, where it now costs half as much as it did before.
What is known as Today Widgets received a much needed update with the release of iOS 8. Here is how some developers are taking advantage of this new feature from within the Today view of the Notification Center.
Now that I’ve had a chance to use Apple’s newest mobile technologies, here’s how Continuity, Handoff, iCloud, and the iPhone 6 Plus are working for me.
When you think of online sharing, you think about sharing your files with other people. Apple’s iOS and OS X updates will show you how easy it is to to share with your other devices.
A first look at this year’s iPad Air 2 compared to the 2013 model shows little changes on the outside. Inside is very different story with a noticeably better camera sensor, much faster Wi-Fi and that new A8x processor.
Until recently, you had to choose between the convenience of Apple’s own security enhancements native to iOS and the power and added sophistication possible with modern password managers. iOS 8 finally changes all of that.
Apple was planning to start production of an iPad with a 12.9-inch screen in December, but has pushed its plans back to help suppliers cope with large iPhone 6 Plus orders, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Square Cash can already pay someone through email and SMS, but now its iOS app can pay based on proximity, using Bluetooth Low Energy to detect other Cash users in the vicinity.
With iTunes Family Share, Apple has finally found a way to help families manage purchases across multiple devices. Is it worth throwing out your old workarounds?
Once you upgrade to the latest Microsoft-owned Skype client for iOS 8, you’ll be able to answer incoming voice or video calls…
Google has told the Washington Post that the upcoming Android L will include encryption by default, in a way that won’t let Google itself access what’s on users’ devices.
iOS 8 is rolling out to iPhones and iPads today, but there seem to be a few issues users should know about.
Thanks to new app interoperability features in iOS 8, 1Password will soon be able to log you in with a few taps. Previously, on iOS, users had to copy and paste passwords out of password manager apps.
Apple has opened up the Wi-Fi calling spigot on T-Mobile iPhones but you’ll need the latest beta software for iOS 8 to give it a try.
It’s still pretty difficult for a college student to get by using an iPad as a primary computer. Upcoming changes to iOS 8, however, could lighten the load.
Apple’s iOS 8 is looking far more open than the prior seven versions of software. That includes the camera, which according to one report will allow for full manual setting controls, such as ISO and shutter speed.
Can you actually type on a small display? If the right predictive technology is built in to the keyboard, the answer might be yes. Fleksy Messenger shows how its done on the Tizen-powered Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch.
After using the iOS 8 beta for nearly a week, it’s clear that some of the reasons to choose Android won’t be valid reasons in a few months. Android still has advantages though, so will you make the switch or stay put?
Apple’s new operating system prompts you to open certain apps when you are in the right location. So if you’re in Starbucks, you’ll see a Starbucks logo in the bottom left hand corner of your lock screen.
Apple will include a split-screen multitasking feature in the upcoming version of iOS, according to a new report.