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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Yahoo Launches News Digest for iOS, a News Aggregation and Summary App

As part of its keynote in Las Vegas, Yahoo announced their new iOS app, News Digest, which condenses and delivers the day’s top news to users twice a day. The app is currently limited to the iPhone and iPod Touch and it puts a twist on the two-times-a-day news delivery format that has in some ways been usurped by the Internet’s instant and always-on coverage. Yahoo’s product manager for mobile and emerging products, Nick D’Aloisio, wrote the following in a Tumblr post regarding the matter:

We wanted Yahoo News Digest to revisit a content format that when read, led you to a sense of completion and conclusiveness, much like reading the newspaper did.
Seemingly taking lessons from Summly, Yahoo’s News Digest will offer up algorithmic summaries as well as editorial selection of relevant news articles. At the heart of the app are so-called “atoms,” which can be anything from article summaries, infographics, maps, videos, photos and more. Each story may contain any of these visual elements that supposedly help readers more efficiently consume content.

Aside from the background technology, News Digest offers two news roundups delivered in the morning and the evening. Each digest includes nine stories with associated atoms while a countdown timer denotes how long it will take for the next digest to arrive.

Those of you interested in downloading the 11 MB app can do so from the iOS App Store for free.

Source: iTunes

Mophie Announces the Space Pack for the iPhone, an External Battery and Storage Case

The popular accessory maker, Mophie, recently unveiled the Space Pack, a new variant of the company’s popular iPhone battery cases that grafts up to 32 GBs of external storage onto Apple’s iPhone 5 and 5S. Mophie says the Space Pack is designed to enable iPhone owners to keep more photos, videos and music directly on their devices, rather than depending on cloud storage that may or may not always be accessible. Mophie’s Space Pack can also provide enough power to double the iPhone’s battery life, a combination that Mophie claims is the world’s first.

CEO Daniel Huang stated the following about his company:

Mophie wanted to create a product that enables iPhone users to truly enhance their experience by solving some of the core limitations of smartphones.
The Space Pack’s storage can be managed either on a user’s desktop computer or via the new Mophie-designed Space app. The companion app allows users to play back music and movies and view documents stored on the Space Pack, providing users with quick-sorting options that let users browse the contents of the Space Pack by file type. In addition, the Space app features AirPlay and AirDrop integration for wirelessly streaming files to home entertainment systems or transferring data between iOS devices.

As far as pricing goes, the 16 GB Space Pack will set buyers back $149.95, while the 32 GB model will cost $179.95. Both capacities are available for pre-order at the Mophie website (hit the source link below), with the company expecting to ship the product beginning March 14.

Will any of you be purchasing Mophie’s new Space Pack?

Source: Mophie

'CCNowPlaying' Adds a Social Music Feature to Control Center in iOS 7

With iOS devices having such great music-playing capabilities, it's not uncommon for the average iOS device to be loaded with music and to be listened to frequently. But if you're a real music fan, and want to share with the world what you're listening to, then you'll want to take a look at this new jailbreak tweak.

Dubbed CCNowPlaying by iOS developer kinda, this new free jailbreak tweak adds a new sharing button to Control Center so that you can share your currently-playing track, as shown above. When you tap on it, you'll be given an alert-style interface auto-filled to show the name of the song, as well as the artist, along with the album art, and where you're listening to it.

CCNowPlaying supports Twitter, Facebook, and Weibo for all your social music needs. You can edit the auto-fill text format, choose the default social networking client, turn sharing of album artwork on or off, and choose whether or not you want Control Center to automatically close after you share what you're listening to from the tweak's preferences pane, which is added to the Settings application after you install the tweak:

CCNowPlaying is intended for iOS 7, as it relies on Control Center, so you'll need to be on an iOS 7 device to install this tweak. It'll share what you're listening to, whether you're listening to music in Apple's stock Music application, or in a third-party music application like Spotify or Pandora. If you want to give CCNowPlaying a try, head over to Cydia's BigBoss repository and grab it!

Name: CCNowPlaying
Price: FREE
Version: 0.1-2
Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.4
Repo: BigBoss
Developer: kinda
Editor's Rating:  4/5
This article was originally published in forum thread: 'CCNowPlaying' Adds a Social Music Feature to Control Center in iOS 7 started by Anthony Bouchard View original post

'CyDelete7' Lets iOS 7 Users Delete Jailbreak Apps With App Store-style Jiggle Mode

Many of you are probably familiar with CyDelete by iOS developer Dustin Howett, a popular jailbreak tweak that lets jailbroken iOS device users delete jailbreak applications in an App Store-style jiggle mode-like manner. With it, when you put your device in jiggle mode, jailbreak applications that appear on your home screen can be deleted from the home screen with the 'X' button without needing to open Cydia and uninstall the application through Cydia.

CyDelete7 has been released in Cydia by iOS developer Ryan Burke, and as you can probably gather from the tweak's name, CyDelete7 supports iOS 7.

Just like the older version of the tweak, you can put your device into jiggle mode and all the jailbreak applications on your home screen will display an 'X' on them, allowing you to delete those applications in this way.

CyDelete7 adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can choose to protect Cydia or not. It is recommended that you leave Cydia protected so that you don't accidentally delete it from your home screen:

CyDelete7 fully supports 64-bit devices, as well as 32-bit devices. If you want to grab it, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository for free.

Name: CyDelete7
Price: FREE
Version: 0.7-13
Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.4
Repo: BigBoss
Developer: Ryan Burke
Editor's Rating:  4/5
This article was originally published in forum thread: 'CyDelete7' Lets iOS 7 Users Delete Jailbreak Apps With App Store-style Jiggle Mode started by Anthony Bouchard View original post

Google's YouTube App for iOS Updated With Support for iOS 7 Keyboard, Better Searching

On Tuesday, Google's highly popular YouTube application for iOS was updated, bringing the current version of the application up to version 2.3.0.

The update finally adds support for Apple's iOS 7-themed keyboard. The application was given iOS 7 support some time ago, but Google forgot to include the updated keyboard at the time. As shown above, the application takes advantage of the dark keyboard that iOS 7 has to offer, and not the white one.

The update also improves search results in the application, making it so that you can find videos, playlists, and channels in your search results, and not just videos. Improvements to formatting, positioning and user settings for captions and subtitles have also been added to the application to improve the mobile experience for users.

Existing users of the YouTube application for iOS will find the update under the Updates tab in the App Store application. Alternatively, you can download the latest version of the YouTube application for iOS for free from this App Store link.

Sources: App Store
This article was originally published in forum thread: Google's YouTube App for iOS Updated With Support for iOS 7 Keyboard, Better Searching started by Anthony Bouchard View original post

'CCHide' Lets You Enable and Disable Sections to Your Liking in Control Center in iOS 7

While iOS 7's Control Center is extremely useful, it does pack a lot of options into a cramped space, and not everyone utilizes every single feature in Control Center to its full potential.

A new free jailbreak tweak dubbed CCHide by iOS developer developersBliss aims to allow users to simplify Control Center so that it caters to their needs.

As shown above, CCHide lets you control the sections that are visible in Control Center for iOS 7, so if you really don't use the media controls, or the AirDrop Sharing feature, you can hide both of those sections and make it so that Control Center only shows you the useful toggles, brightness slider, and shortcuts.

CCHide adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can easily enable and disable individual Control Center sections on demand:

An additional option, dubbed "Conditional Media Controls," will only display the media controls in Control Center when music is actually playing. When music is not playing, the media controls will be collapsed and out of the way.

If you want to give CCHide a try, it's available for free in Cydia's BigBoss repository. CCHide is 64-bit ready, but also runs on 32-bit devices.

Name: CCHide
Price: FREE
Version: 1.0-2
Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.4
Repo: BigBoss
Developer: developersBliss
Editor's Rating: / 4.5/5
This article was originally published in forum thread: 'CCHide' Lets You Enable and Disable Sections to Your Liking in Control Center in iOS 7 started by Anthony Bouchard View original post

Monday, January 6, 2014

Metal Version of the Pebble Smartwatch Leaked, Dubbed Pebble Steel

Those of you who like the functionality of the Pebble smart watch but are less keen on the plastic finish won’t have to wait much longer. It appears that Pebble’s next big announcement was a metal version of their increasingly popular smart watch. A few leaks of the “Pebble Steel,” were released and contain seemingly the same exact specs as the existing Pebble watch but with a stainless steel casing and Gorilla Glass.

Currently there are said to be two versions of the watch, one in brushed stainless steel and another in a matte black finish. The Pebble Steel is expected to come with a choice of metal and leather straps along with the waterproofing found in the original plastic model. It’s likely that the company will unveil the watch officially sometime this week at CES 2014.

The last thing to note is that the Pebble Steel is said to be priced at $240, which is $100 more expensive than the original, with availability beginning at the end of the month.

Source: 9to5Mac

Apple Reportedly Working on iPhones with 4.7- and 5.7-inch Displays

We’ve been hearing rumors that the company’s eight-generation handset is going to feature a larger display for quite some time now. Reports are calling for sizes from 4.8-inches all the way up to 6-inches. But there is also another theory, one that Reuters first started last June going around that Apple is working on two larger screen iPhone models: one with a 4.7-inch display and one with a 5.7-inch display. A new report out of China is adding to the mix with similar information.

A recent report from Sina Weibo mentioned the following:

Originally Posted by :
A report coming in from China cites multiple Foxconn insiders who have apparently revealed that Apple is going to release a 4.7 inch and a 5.7 inch iPhone later this year. Both iPhones will reportedly come with fingerprint scanners as well.
The original report from Reuters mentioned the following (for added context):

Originally Posted by :
Apple is looking at introducing at least two bigger iPhones next year – one with a 4.7-inch screen and one with a 5.7-inch screen – said the sources, including those in the supply chain in Asia. They said suppliers have been approached with plans for the larger screens, but noted it is still unclear whether Apple will actually launch its flagship product in the larger sizes.
The idea of Apple launching two new iPhones with different display sizes this year sounds strange but it worth noting that several publications seem to be providing similar information, including the well-sourced DisplaySearch. Furthermore, with Apple deviating from its traditional annual plans with the release of the iPhone 5S and 5C this past year, the notion of Apple introducing multiple smart phones isn’t farfetched.

It should be noted though that all of this is speculation and this is just one of the many rumors floating around about Apple’s product plans for 2014. The company is also expected to release a larger 12-inch iPad this year, as well as a smart watch or wearable. We’ll just have to see which rumors turn out to be true and which get ironed out.

Source: Reuters, Sina Weibo via iClarified

Apple Reportedly Acquires SnappyLabs, Developer behind Burst-Photo App SnappyCam

Apple reportedly acquires app developer SnappyLabs, the one-man company that created SnappyCam, a popular app that allows users to take full-resolution pictures at 20 to 30 frames per second. News of the reported purchase of SnappyLabs was relayed by TechCrunch, which cited sources close to the matter as saying Apple recently bought the one-man operation amid bids from “most of the usual players.” Apple has yet to confirm the acquisition and terms of the deal were not revealed.

SnappyLabs was founded by John Papandriopoulos, an electrical engineer who studied at the University of Melbourne. Papandriopoulos is still the only member of the SnappyLabs team, meaning he will likely be working with Apple on future camera-related projects as a result of the acquisition. The company’s lone app, SnappyCam, allowed users to take multiple shots in quick succession with a negligible hit to image quality. The app, now pulled from the iOS App Store, boasted shooting speeds of 20 to 30 frames per second, which is much faster than Apple’s own solution.

Papandriopoulos previously explained the science behind SnappyCam in a blog post, which was taken down along with SnappyLabs’ website recently:

First we studied the fast discrete cosine transform (DCT) algorithms...We then extended some of that research to create a new algorithm that's a good fit for the ARM NEON SIMD co-processor instruction set architecture. The final implementation comprises nearly 10,000 lines of hand-tuned assembly code, and over 20,000 lines of low-level C code. (In comparison, the SnappyCam app comprises almost 50,000 lines of Objective C code.)

JPEG compression comprises two parts: the DCT (above), and a lossless Huffman compression stage that forms a compact JPEG file. Having developed a blazing fast DCT implementation, Huffman then became a bottleneck. We innovated on that portion with tight hand-tuned assembly code that leverages special features of the ARM processor instruction set to make it as fast as possible.
Apple could potentially make a big update to its Camera app the better take advantage of the latest iPhone hardware once armed with the burst-photo technology and Papandriopoulos’ expertise. In addition, the company may be able to extend burst shooting modes to legacy models that currently lack such functionality, which appears to be limited to the imaging sensor module used in the iPhone 5S.

Source: TechCrunch

Twitter Launches Vine for the Web with a New TV Mode Feature

There appears to be some good news for Vine fans. The social network has been made available on the web for the first time. Twitter announced yesterday that you can now visit your favorite Viners’ profiles on the web to browse, like, share and comment on videos. Additionally Twitter introduced a new feature to the site (currently available on the web only) called TV mode, which allows you to play all of the videos from your home feed or from any given profile, in sequence.

Vine made the following announcement on its blog:

Today, we’re introducing a new way to experience Vine: on the web. Log in at to view your home feed and like, comment, and share videos just as you do on our mobile apps. You can also visit your favorite users’ Vine profiles to browse the videos they’ve created since joining Vine. Plus, now you can share your profile with others so they can see your posts.

Finally, be sure to check out a new feature we’ve added exclusively on the web: TV Mode –– it’s an entirely new way to watch Vine videos. Click the TV Mode button in the upper right corner of your feed or any profile to view the collection of videos in sequence and in full screen mode.
It should be noted that the web interface is quite impressive. It is minimalistic and many might not like it at first but it looks great and is very easy to navigate. Furthermore, it is very easy to share videos on the web interface, which is quite important for the livelihood of the social network. The TV mode works well and is actually a pretty good idea as it saves you from having to manually scroll through your feed or profiles. One thing to note here is that the videos look terrible on larger displays so you’re forced to watch re-vines instead.

It will be interesting to see what changes going forward and what the web interface does for Vine and its popularity. Those of you who want to check it out can visit Vine’s new web portal here and download the iPhone app as well.

What do you think of Vine’s recently released web interface?

Source: Vine (blog)