Each tick of the clock seems a new update with Apple as they release the second iOS 10.1 beta. Not just one but three updates, tvOS 10.0.1 beta 2 for Apple TV and watchOS 3.1 beta 2 have also been updated. However, a public beta of iOS 10.1 is also available for non-developers.
Apple has been known for its considerable iOS operating system. However looking at the iPhone, users are unlikely to use all the given apps pre-installed on a device. Which Apple may soon add a new key to iTunes metadata that will allow users to hide those pesky apps that has been on display for so long and been less used.
Twitter announced on Monday that Periscope have managed to broadcast more than 200 million live stream videos to its users since the app hit the market about a year ago, resulting in more than 100 years of live video being watched by Periscope users on a daily on iOS and Android.
Google recently announced that starting on Mar. 24, 2012 the company is offering its Nik Collection desktop suite for free. The search giant is considering this initiative as its “long-term investment” in “building incredible photo editing tools.”
Google declared last week, an additional feature to Google Maps that has been long requested, where users are allowed to add a detour along their route without exiting navigation mode. That way a user can track their way to places such as gas station, restaurant, grocery stores and more.