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Ios News & Analysis

Apple Announces WWDC for June, Tickets Onsale Thursday

 applelogo.pngApple has just announced that tickets for its next Worldwide Developer Conference event will go onsale tomorrow with developers likely to get their hands on the next innovations in iOS and OS-X. 

Apple Q2 Results, Nearly $10 Billion in Profit, iPhone and iPad Sales Firm

applelogo.pngApple has reported slightly better than expected results ahead of its earnings call, but sales of iPhones and iPads are losing their dramatic growth of recent years, as the company reports its first drop in profit in a decade. 

Tumblr Adds Adverts to Mobile Feeds, Tapping into Revenue

tumblr_ios_logo.jpgWith just about every report showing a boom in mobile advertising revenue, that blissful serenity when viewing Tumblr blogs on iPhone or Android is now being blighted by adverts, but not too many to turn users off. 

Yahoo Puts Summly To Work in New Search App

yahoo_30_summly.jpg Yahoo has barely put the welcome mat back in the cupboard for new acquisition Summly, yet it already it has an updated iOS app to make use of the service's summarizing features.

TweetDeck Apps are Dead, Web Version Is the Future

tweetdeck_ios_logo.jpgTweetDeck has long been a favorite resource for those scanning Twitter across multiple accounts and dimensions. But the app editions will soon be removed from iOS, Android and PC stores to make way for a pure-web version. 

Box Edit Lets Users Create and Alter Documents in the Cloud

 box_ios_logo.jpgBox's latest PC-based feature update allows users to create and edit documents within the cloud, avoiding the need for discrete downloads, juggling apps and version conflicts. 

New LinkedIn for iOS Update Focuses On News and Advice for Your Business

linkedin_ios_logo.jpgLinkedIn might have started out as a social enterprise jobs board, as far as users were concerned. But now, with all these linked professionals sharing advice and news, it is evolving into a useful information source with posts from CTOs, CIOs and others taking up the front page feed. 

Opera Report: iOS Still King for Mobile Traffic, Monetization

Sure, Android is king of the worldwide hill as the most used mobile platform. But iOS is laughing all the way to the bank. A new report from Opera Mediaworks indicates that the iPhone has retaken the lead for traffic volume, while iOS continues to be on top overall for traffic and for making money. 

The Budget iPhone Might Just Be Real

applelogo.pngAs myths go, the budget iPhone is up there with unicorns and mermaids. It is the phone that could destroy or save Apple, depending on who you believe and, like the Loch Ness Monster, is pretty camera shy, until now.

Twitter's Music Service Ramps Up the Hype With Private Membership

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for official-twitter-bird-white-on-blue.png Twitter is a lot of things to a lot of people, but for those who follow it to expand their musical scope and social circle, a new mobile app and service should help focus attention for all those into top and new tunes. 

 

Microsoft Office Apps For iOS, Android on Hold until Fall 2014?

If you actually believe that there is any such thing as a leak from Microsoft, then the most recent one should annoy quite a lot of people. It seems that according to a leaked roadmap, Office for iOS and Android won’t be available until the fall of next year.

Doc Mgt Roll-up: Office, SharePoint 2010 SP Beta2 Releases, and the Paperless Office?

There were a number of interesting releases in the document management space that are definitely worth a look. Among them are the new Service Pack 2 beta releases for Office and SharePoint 2010, WatchDox apps for mobile-desktop collaboration and sharing, and Docstocs new link-up to the Microsoft store. We also revisited the paperless office through EchoSign.

Google Drive Adds New Features in iOS Update, Has Starting Problems

google_drive_ios_logo.jpgGoogle Drive is motoring along nicely with a new 1.30 update out for the productivity app, allowing users to better access and edit their documents in Google's updated cloud storage service, but some users are stuck at the Sign In button.

Facebook Unveils Home for Android Devices, Making Mobiles More Sociable

facebook_android_logo.PNG After months of rumor, Facebook's smartphone is likely the one you already own, as Home opens up a new way to put social front and center on selected mobile devices. 

Gartner: PC Market in Terminal Decline as Tablets, Smartphones Take Over

If there was any more bad news for PC makers in Gartner’s figures for the devices market between now and 2017, mobile and tablet makers would be fit to burst with happiness. According to this set of figures, tablet sales this year will be up 69%, while that of smartphones, excluding all other mobiles, will more than double to sales of over 1 billion units worldwide.

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