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Apple no longer allows developers to advertise pricing info such as ‘Free’ in app titles

10 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple is apparently ramping up its efforts to clean up the App Store. According to a report from VentureBeat, Apple has started rejecting applications which tout their price in the name, icons, screenshots, or previews… more… Filed under: Apple

Deals: Boost Your Mac's Functionality With This App Bundle

Macs are great computers, but you can't tap into their full potential straight out of the box. Fortunately, there's the World's First Lifetime Mac Bundle, delivering ten of the top-rated Mac apps from the App Store for a fraction of the retail price. Show More Summary

Apple Rejecting Apps With Pricing Info Like 'Free' in App Title

32 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : MacRumors.com

Apple has started blocking developers from promoting their apps by using a price in the app's name, reports VentureBeat. For approximately the last month, apps that use "free" or other pricing information in their metadata have beenShow More Summary

Sleazy California Democrats Protest Civil Discourse in Town Hall on Immigration

California lawmakers team up to protest a discussion about immigration – shocker. California liberals were set to meet with conservative... The post Sleazy California Democrats Protest Civil Discourse in Town Hall on Immigration appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Tinder Is Finally Coming ‘to a Desktop Near You’

1 hour agoNews : Mediaite

Touchstone dating app Tinder is finally getting a desktop version

Apple Rolls Out tvOS 10.2, Apple TV Remote Updates

1 hour agoNews : The Lookout

Apple is rolling out a new update for the Apple TV OS. The remote app for the display device has also been updated.

Apple now rejects App Store submissions when the name includes the price

Apple has stepped up its efforts to stop developers from promoting the price of their apps in app names and screenshots. For the past month or so Apple’s iTunes Connect service has been blocking submissions to the App Store or Mac App Store when app metadata includes pricing information. The change could have consequences for […]

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Gets April Release Date

Just in time for the debut of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in May, Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series arrives on PS4, X-Box One and more. The post Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Gets April Release Date appeared first on CBR.

The latest Evernote Android update will make sharing notes easier

Evernote is rolling out an update to its Android app, which is supposed to make sharing any notes you make in the app with others easier.

iOS 10.3 Release: New Features, Updates To Apps

The newest iOS, iOS 10.3, includes features to find your iPods, a new apple file system (apfs) and the ability to block some review popups.

Apple accepts app that tracks US drone strikes after rejecting it 12 different times, then pulls it again

Josh Begley has been trying to get his app onto Apple's App Store for about five years now. It's not a crazy, violent game or a risqué hookup app, it's just a very simple notification tool that delivers an alert to the user's phone whenever a drone flown by the United States military attacks a target. Show More Summary

Apple TV Remote app updated, adding iPad support and better caption selection

Once iPhone and iPod Touch only, Apple has updated the standalone Apple TV remote app, and for the first time has a specific iPad interface.

8 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with ADB

ADB (Android Debug Bridge) is a debugging tool for Android developers. A developer can use it to perform many programming actions and can check the behavior of the system when the app is running. Even if you are just an average userShow More Summary

Facebook releases new Snapchat-like feature on main app

Stories, which is a near-identical clone of Snapchat, lets people post a string of videos and photos that disappear after 24 hours.        

Congress Just Gave Internet Providers the Green Light to Sell Your Browsing History Without Consent

The House of Representatives voted today repeal rules preventing internet service providers from selling their customers’ web browsing and app usage data without explicit consent. The Senate passed the same bill last week, which means the only obstacle that remains is a signature from President Trump—and the White… Read more...

Alicia Keys Gets Roasted on Twitter After Celebrating the Oppression of Women Under Islam

Alicia Keys is just another Hollywood liberal who loves Islam. She took to her Twitter account to celebrate ‘diversity’ while... The post Alicia Keys Gets Roasted on Twitter After Celebrating the Oppression of Women Under Islam appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Apple finally flips the switch on review responses

Along with the other slate of improvements that are in iOS 10.3, maybe one that'll make a real change (at least in terms of the App Store) in the ecosystem is the ability to converse with app developers. We knew that the feature was coming way back in January, but now it's actually here. Show More Summary

Windows 10 developers will be able to offer a simple payment method in UWP apps with the Creators Update

Microsoft is introducing a major new API for Microsoft Edge which allows for simplified payments on the web. The new API is coming to Edge with the upcoming Creators Update. Microsoft recently added the new Payment Request API to Edge which integrates with Microsoft Wallet in Windows 10 to offer a simple purchasing experience on […]

Office apps on Windows updated for Insiders in the Slow Ring with new features

Microsoft today rolled out a slew of new features to Office Insiders in the Fast Ring. The company introduced major new features such as auto-saving for online files and co-authoring in Excel for Office Insiders in the Fast Ring. The company isn’t, however, forgetting about Insiders in the Slow Ring. The company just released a […]

Evie teams up with Verizon to launch a new search experience next to your Android home screen

Evie is bringing its app search technology to a new location on your phone. The startup has partnered with Verizon to launch a new product called AppFlash. Like Evie’s existing app launcher, AppFlash helps users find content and services across different apps — and Evie is working with Verizon to make this the default experience on customers’ Android devices. Read More

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