“Microsoft has released Seeing AI — a smartphone app that uses computer vision to describe the world for the visually impaired.”
“Microsoft is getting into the “fun camera app” game with a new iOS application called Sprinkles, which has now earned a featured spot in the “New apps we love” section of the App Store.”
“Today, we’re pleased to announce the launch of Firefox Focus – a free, fast and easy to use private browser for iOS. We live in an age where too many users have lost trust and lack meaningful controls over their digital lives.”
“Apple just released iOS 10 to the public, but there are problems. Countless users report that the update has rendered their iPhones and iPads completely useless after accepting the over-the-air update of iOS 10.”
I really don’t like the default ‘Sent from my iPhone’ signature. I find it non-personal and elitist. Here is how to change it. This is current as to of iPhone iOS 9.
- Tap the Settings icon
- Scroll to Mail, Contacts, Calendar and tap it
- Scroll down to Signature and tap it
- Delete ‘Sent from my iPhone’ and enter in the text you want as your email signature or leave it blank for no signature
If you have more than one email account on your phone you can set a different signature on each account if you like. That is just a simple setting on the same page where you entered your new signature.Also on:
Unlimited data? No worries, this is pretty handy default feature. Limited data? Might want to look into this: “Settings > Cellular then scroll all the way to the bottom of the page to turn off WiFi Assist.”
More details: iOS 9’s WiFi Assist is killing your data plan
“Android Wear watches will now work with iPhones, announced Google on Monday as it revealed the rollout of the Android Wear app for iOS. Android Wear owners will be able to pair their watch with their iPhone (5, 5c, 5s, 6 or 6 Plus running iOS 8.”
“16GB iPhone got you down? Apple doesn’t offer an easy way to augment your phone’s storage, but plenty of third parties have tried to make it possible. They’ve tried wireless drives, SD card adapters, and even cases with extra storage on board.”
So, apparently you can’t just remove U2’s Songs of Innocence from your iOS device. You have to use this special tool. It’s Apple’s device, you only think your bought it.
via SOI Removal.