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The best photo-editing apps for Android and iOS – KXXV News Channel 25

By Gannon Burgett Content Provided by   Jay Wennington/Unsplash Applying layered edits and robust filters to digital photographs was once limited to desktop devices. Now, you can not only capture high-resolution (and RAW) photos on your phone, but also edit them directly on your mobile device, making them ready to …

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[Updated] Did iOS 11.4.1 mess up your Apple device's WiFi connectivity? – PiunikaWeb (blog)

Update (July 23): Virgin Media Super Hub 2 users are also reporting (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11) WiFi-related issues after upgrading to iOS 11.4.1. Router reboot used software for least congested band. iPad pro on iOS 11.4.1 never connected pic.twitter.com/syMI4Nr0Rp — Justin (@_JustinNicholls) July 20, 2018 While there is lack of clarity about whether …

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AirBeamTV launches Mirror to Windows PC for iOS – GSMArena.com

AirBeamTV, launched Mirror to Windows PC, a new iPhone and iPad application for screen mirroring from iOS devices to Microsoft PCs negating the need to install a receiver application on the PC. Platform : iOSCost : $4.99/£4.99Website : airbeam.tv In essence, AirBeamTVs Mirror to Windows PC iOS app interfaces with …

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All of the Changes to Notifications in iOS 12 – Mac Rumors

In iOS 12, Apple has introduced new notification features, providing an expanded set of tools for monitoring and managing notifications in quicker and more intuitive ways. There have been no changes to the way that Notifications work on the whole, but many of these features make it easier to clear …

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This week's top stories: MacBook Pro throttling, new emoji coming to iOS, 5K wallpaper gallery, more – 9to5Mac

In this week’s top stories: Apple’s brand new MacBook Pro has a thermal throttling problem, new emoji coming to iOS later this year, Bluetooth 5.0 explained, and much more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news… Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip Last week, Apple made a surprise announcement of brand …

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How to Use iOS 12's New Do Not Disturb Options – Mac Rumors

In iOS 12, Apple has given users the tools to cut down on disturbances to get more time away from their devices if desired, and one of these new tools is an expanded set of Do Not Disturb options. Thanks to these changes, there are more convenient options for using …

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Hidden smartphone codes for Android and iOS – Digital Trends

Digital Trends Hidden smartphone codes for Android and iOSDigital TrendsWe’ve rounded up some of the more practical codes for both Android and iOS devices. To use them, open your phone’s dialer and type in them (depending on your phone’s make and model, you may also need to hit the call …

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How to place a group FaceTime call on iOS 12 – CNET

FaceTime, for the first time, is getting a pretty big upgrade in iOS 12. Not only can you do silly things like use Animoji or Memoji during a call, but you’re no longer limited to calling a single person. Now Playing: Watch this: Now you can group FaceTime with multiple …

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Survey: iOS users averse to subscription-based apps, but willing to … – 9to5Mac

Earlier this week, a report explained that the App Store is still bringing in nearly double the revenue of Google Play, despite the fact that the Play Store accumulates one twice as many downloads as the App Store. Now, new research from Creative Strategies dives deeper into how consumers view …

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Redheads, lobsters and cupcakes: Apple shows off new iOS emojis – whnt.com

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Redheads, superheroes and lobsters will rejoice when they see the latest emojis coming to Apple iPhones and iPads. Apple previewed some of its 70 new emojis on Monday. The unveiling marked an early start to Tuesday’s World Emoji Day, a four-year-old holiday that celebrates the popular, …

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