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Microsoft launches Spend iOS app that automatically tracks and matches expenses – 9to5Mac

Microsoft is out with a new iOS app that looks to automate keeping tabs on business expenses. Coming from the same team behind the mileage tracking app, MileIQ, Spend is designed to make expense and receipt tracking easier than ever. Whoosh! Screen Cleaner As spotted by TechCrunch, Microsoft launched Spend …

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PlayStation Vue updated with TV app integration on iOS & tvOS – 9to5Mac

Sony this week as updated its PlayStation Vue app for Apple TV with support for integration with the TV app. With this integration, users can now see and keep track of Playstation Vue content directly through the TV app on iOS and tvOS. Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip There are several benefits …

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Google Maps' ETA sharing feature hits iOS – TechCrunch

If you’re heading out to meet someone, there are plenty of ways to inform them of your location and estimated arrival. Chat apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, LINE, and iMessage, for example, offer location sharing functionality, while navigation apps like Waze and CityMapper and even ride-sharing apps like Uber offer live …

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How to Flip the FaceTime Camera in iOS 12 on iPhone – iPhone in Canada (press release) (blog)

With iOS 12, Apple changed the placement of the flip camera button when it comes to FaceTime on the iPhone and iPad. Originally, the button was placed right on the front, but now you need to tap the menu icon, then tap the flip button, which takes two taps to …

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Clear Out Your Camera Roll With an iOS Shortcut – Lifehacker

Screenshot: Mike Epstein Photo bloat is real, people. Most of us forget about all of our selfies, food shots, and random photos shortly after we post them to Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, et al. But your phone doesn’t. The files sit in the camera roll in your Photos app, taking …

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How to Install the iOS 12.1 Public Beta – Lifehacker

I have seen the future, and it is Group FaceTime. Should you install a public beta of iOS on your primacy iPhone or iPad? Most people caution against it—especially when a beta is in its earlier stages, since you never know what kind of bugs might brick that-which-you-use-your-iPhone-to-do (or your …

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Stats make iOS a hard OS to ignore – Computerworld

Computerworld Stats make iOS a hard OS to ignoreComputerworldThe latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system — iOS 12 — was released just a few weeks ago, and yet it’s already installed on 53% of relatively newer iPhones (introduced since September 2014) and 50% of all iPhones. Bottom line: It’s …

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Apple iOS 12.0.1 update: Despite fix for charging issue, some users report severe battery drain – BGR India

Apple released iOS 12 as a major upgrade over iOS 11 on September 17. The update brings few new features like Group FaceTime with support for up to 32 people and grouped notifications on iPhone and iPads. However, the update was not short of bugs that most users found to …

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New Apple Music features I hope are added in iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 – 9to5Mac

I’ve been thinking a lot about new Apple Music features that I hope are coming in iOS 13 and macOS 10.14. Earlier this year, I wrote up an Apple Music vs. Spotify comparison that summed up exactly how I feel about both services. Both are really good. Backblaze There is …

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