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Facebook Launches Camera App Similar to Instagram

Written on May 24, 2012 by Lulu

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Facebook for iOS camera app allows you to take photos or select current photos and upload it to your Facebook Timeline

After Instagram’s acquisition, Facebook has launched its own Instagram-like camera app for iOS devices. Just like Instagram, Facebook camera allows you to make use of filers before you upload photos, however there are only 16 filters available.

This app also allows you to crop and rotate your pictures, upload them by batch and follow your friend’s photo feeds. However it doesn’t have options like adding hash tags, tilt-shift like your favorite Instagram app.

Download the Facebook Camera app for free at Apple’s iTunes Store.

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Google Releases its Official Blogger App for iPhone

Written on September 10, 2011 by Lulu

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Google released its official Blogger app for iPhone and iPod touch, enabling users users to post their Blogger blogs through their mobile devices.

Google has good news for bloggers! They can now post and publish their blogs on Blogger immediately, or even save it as a draft through their iPhone and iPod touch. They can also open a blog post that they’ve been working on from their desktop and continue editing it on their mobile.

Google released the official Blogger app for the iPhone and iPod touch last Thursday. The said app is a modest first effort that will let its users to post, upload photos, tag a post, add labels and more to their blog.

The Blogger app for iOS 3.2 and above is currently available to download for free at the App Store. But if you’re using an Android-based device, you can download it from the Android Market.

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Facebook for iOS 3.5, Now Available

Written on September 07, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Facebook for iOS 3.5 makes your mobile browsing more inline with the social network's changes in web UI.

Facebook has updated its iPhone app to iOS 3.5, and you can grab it now in Apple’s App Store.

With the said update, Facebook Profile and Groups should now look even more familiar; while the sharing options and privacy controls were tweaked to be similar with the desktop browser. The Facebook for iOS 3.5 also enables users to tag friends and places in posts, as well as in-app web pages. The compose screen was also updated with buttons to add friends from a list, tag a place, or add photo or video.

Simply put, Facebook for iOS 3.5 makes the mobile experience even more closer to online browsing. Check out the social network’s official change log after the break.

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JailBreakMe’s Comex Signs to Work For Apple

Written on August 27, 2011 by Lulu

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One more JailBreakMe developer, Nick Allegra a.k.a. Comex, signs in for Apple.

Another jailbreak developer was enlisted with Apple on Thursday, after Nick Allegra a.k.a. Comex announced that he would be taking an internship. JailBreakMe’s creator didn’t give so much information about his role, but he planned to start in about two weeks.

In explaining it, Comex only cast the jump as shaking up his experience. He said, “It’s been really, really fun, but it’s also been a while and I’ve been getting bored.”

Comex’s move was followed by MobileNotifier developer, Peter Hajas’, hiring. However, the context was different for him — who was getting permanent employment. Neverthless, he points to a different attitude towards jailbreak developers than in the past. Apple hasn’t been aggressive against jailbreak teams themselves, but they were mostly just concerned about patching the exploits they found.

An internship could direct Comex into a work that isn’t connected directly to JailBreakMe. He might be used for the security side of Apple, though as he has more than once found ways to take advantage of a hole on Apple’s security simply by visiting a website. Almost all of iOS’ current security model is based around the strict App Store vetting process, as well as repairing exploits after they show.

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Tumblr Releases New iPhone 2.0 App

Written on June 30, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Blogging and photo sharing made easy, with Tumblr's new iPhone 2.0 app.

Blogging has never been this good! Now, you can create posts and share photos with your friends using your iPhone, as Tumblr recently launched the “recoded, rewired, and rethought” iPhone 2.0 app. The new application has added some cool features, which would certainly give you the best Tumblr experience.

Through this iPhone app, you can instantly access your Tumblr Dashboard stream, and post photos and videos right from it. It is updated with a brand new interface, which has six simple icons: Text, photo, link, quote, audio, and video.

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Apple, Granting Refunds for Final Cut Pro X

Written on June 29, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Receiving several complains from discontented customers, Apple issues refunds for Final Cut Pro X upon request.

Few customers are unsatisfied with the revamped features of Final Cut Pro X, forcing them to claim a refund from Apple. “The new Final Cut Pro X is not a functional application meeting the standards of Final Cut Pro 7″, a user stated in an email message. “It has zero professional features that I can use in my post facility.”

Responding to these complains, an Apple advisor cleared out that they are willing to grant refunds for their customers, and even claimed that the said application “does not contain properties that were highly regarded in the last version.” The advisor sent his apologies and promised that Apple would give refunds for such purchase made on the Mac App Store. The credits will be included on the receipt of purchase within 5-7 business days.

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Apple Removes ThirdIntifada from App Store

Written on June 24, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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Offensive app kicked out of the app store as requested by an Israeli minister.

Apple confirmed the removal of the app with an official statement: “We removed this app from the App Store because it violates the developer guidelines by being offensive to large groups of people.”

The said app was released a few days ago and contains schedule of impending protests, news reports in Arabic and nationalistic Palestinian content. The name Intifada pertains to the uprising actions against Israel.

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Apple’s Back to School Promotion Launches TODAY!

Written on June 16, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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People have heard several rumors regarding the Apple "Back to School Promotion". Finally, the wait is over, as Apple officially announced their Back to School Promo.

Numerous predictions have been thrown out these past few weeks with regards to the exact date of Apple’s “Back to School Promotion” launching. Finally, after a long wait, the company declared the said promotion open.

The Apple promotion offers people a $100 gift card, which can be used on all leading App Store, including the Mac App Store, iTunes Store, and iBookstore. The company is expecting that loads of participants will be present on the said promo today, but people don’t need to rush that much since this Back to School Promotion is not a one-day event, it will run until September 20, 2011.

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Apple Sues Amazon.com for “App Store” Trademark

Written on March 23, 2011 by Charles Bass

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Cupertino company, Apple Inc. sues Amazon.com for using the "APP STORE" trade mark. Legal or not?

The Amazon App Store has just landed! But even before it settles, Apple issues are already bombarding its debut.

Apple Inc., who introduced us the famous iTunes App Store, sued Amazon.com Inc. for improperly using it’s App Store trademark. The lawsuit was filed in a California federal court last week, denoting that Amazon used Apple’s trademark to solicit software developers through the US.

Apple has registered the APP STORE trademark in the United States, a bid which Microsoft opposes. “We’ve asked Amazon not to copy the APP STORE name because it will confuse and mislead customers,” Apple spokeswoman, Kristin Huguet, said on Monday. Amazon.com has not yet released an official statement about the matter.

Gadg will be updating you once Amazon files a statement. Meanwhile let us know your valuable opinions on the box below.

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Apple Removes 15-Minute Password Window for In-App Purchases

Written on March 11, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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With credit card stacking to the hundreds and even the thousands, Apple announces that it will now remove the 15-minute password window for in-app purchases giving kids something to cry and parents to be happy about.

Extinguishing the fire before it fans into flames, Apple has announced that it will be removing the 15-minute password window for In-App purchases for the iOS 4.3. It was not long ago when a particular parent raged about her credit card bill thanks to unconsented in-app downloads by her children for games. Apparently it was the last straw for Apple as they developed a system where a re-entry of password is required everytime an in-app download transaction is going to happen.

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