Fat Cigar Productions Ltd today introduces Hear My Baby 1.0.1, their new best-in-class, pregnancy app for iOS devices. Beautifully designed, Hear My Baby helps expectant mothers to simply and easily hear their baby's heartbeat by pressing the microphone from their iPhone up against their tummy. Featuring an advanced audio recording system, this unique app can identify the heartbeat range of the baby and then amplify the heartbeat sound it so it can be recorded and shared via email or Facebook.
HeartWatch lets you see how your heart is beating across four simple views. Waking, Regular, Workout & Sleeping. Each of these views are isolated because, while you may want a higher heart rate during a workout, if your heart is racing when you aren't doing any exercise then this is likely not a good thing and probably something you might want to show your medical practitioner.
Apple previewed macOS Sierra, a major update to the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, with new features that make the Mac smarter and more helpful than ever. Siri is now on the Mac with brand-new capabilities to help with the things users do every day on their desktop. With Siri, users can look up information, find documents, pin or drag and drop search results, and even adjust system preferences. Seamless integration with iCloud makes everything from your Desktop and Documents folder available on your iPhone and iPad so you always have access to the files you need. Universal Clipboard allows you to copy content, including text, images, photos and video from one Apple device and paste it in another. Apple Pay comes to the Mac in Sierra so it is even easier to shop securely and privately online. And Photos now helps you rediscover your meaningful memories, organize your library and perfect shots like a pro.
Pinterest iOS engineers were asked to completely rethink and rebuild the iOS app - so they did not - no, of course, they did! That is what every engineer would want;...
Cory Renzella today announces 2016 Election Map: The Presidential Election & Electoral College App 2.0, an iOS app that builds on the 2012 app version by letting you explore, edit, and share 2016 election scenarios in a quick & easy way. It includes Live maps that will be updated daily with the newest polls, with historical maps that detail every election, from 1789 through 2012, and Scenarios, presenting possible paths to victory. This is a must-have for anyone interested in the 2016 election.
B-Eng today introduces System Boost 1.0, their new security and system info app. System Boost is for anyone who is concerned about the integrity and security of their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The app displays general device information as well as security information. In addition to malware detection and security threats, System Boost is able to detect alterations in the OS itself, checking the device for a possibly existing jailbreak and other anomalies.
If you're in school and hate doing equations as much as I did, then Mathpix will be a Godsend. The app takes pictures of hand-written math equations and instantly gives you a...
Six Overground announces dropdrop 1.1, their popular social networking app for iOS devices. dropdrop lets you leave "drops" where you travel for others to discover. A drop is a message or photo placed at a specific location in the real world. Missed that cute stranger on the train platform? Leave an anonymous drop for them to find when they return. Like user-generated geofences, you determine the size of the drop, its duration, and who can see it.
Essential iPhone tips for getting the most from your smartphone experience.
The perfect moment can happen at any moment, so it's important to know how to access your Camera, and fast. There are a few ways to open your Camera app.
Apple beta 2 is out for iOS 9.3.2, with some minor fixes to, performance, iBooks, and Safari. If you're a member of the beta program, then just head over to settings >...