Discussions: iOS appswatch discussions
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Long time, as a road warrior/power user, I'm using (and rely on) your apps on different platforms: Android, WP, iOs, even Windows 8.
Just want to share my wishlist for those apps. Long time I've written comments on different app stores but that seems not a case. I think many of your users will agree with me: something should be changed here.
Starting with iOS.
Seems to me, you have 2 apps here, one for iPad and one for iPhone. Last time I've seen iPad app, it was the best... Read more →
My parents have a lot of TV channels. Their cable provider have an iPad / iPhone app, which allows them to watch almost all of the channels on their iPad or iPhone. Unfortunately it's not possible to watch these channels on a laptop.
Is it possible to run iOS apps on a desktop OS? (OS X, windows or linux)
Any good updated guide?
My devices are running iOS 8.1 (iPad + iPhone)
Another option might be mirroring to apple tv, but I think airplay is restricted in the app. Is there any other way...
No way to thumbs up a video on new youtube App For Apple TV 2014, any one knows how? this is a call out to the developer Team, or Apple experts; Exactly how do I watch a video, then give it a 👍, Add it to my favorites, and subscribe to the channel?🙏
I'd like to know Your opinions about my first game.
It's an Android game for kids aged 2 to 6. It's a puzzle game with hand drawn dinosaurs, many mini games and quests.
Check it on Google Play:
Our friends at The Verge posted some great examples of how Hyperlapse, a unique time-lapse video app from Instagram, can be used to create very smooth motion stabilized video. I've been a big fan of Hyperlapse for the neat effects it produces -- but I definitely hadn't thought of using it for stabilizing non-time-lapsed video. Check out the results below:... Read more →
There’s no shortage of messaging apps around. With things like iMessage, Google Hangouts, Facebook Messages, Whatsapp, Line, Path Talk, Snapchat and countless others, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out how to properly contact your friends. What’s the primary way you text or chat with others on your mobile devices and how did you choose it? Is it based on what your friends were using? Did you decide based on features?
Has anyone else used either, or both? How do they stack up?
Anyone know what's going on with Apple's quality control ? This doesn't look like something that would normally happen with them.