By Lester Victor Marks Saturday, June 23, 2018, 05:01 am PT (08:01 am ET) New apps and updates to existing software releases arrive in the App Store and other digital storefronts every day, with the sheer number of them too large to monitor. AppleInsider has compiled a list of some of the iOS and macOS updates and launches from the last seven days that may be worth your attention. This week's app highlights include changes to GarageBand and Final Cut Pro X, the podcasting tool Anchor arriving on iPad, and the Hopster Coding Safari teaching young children some of the core concepts of programming without learning a language. Amazon FreeTime Unlimited FreeTime Unlimited is an Amazon service that provides access to books, movies, and TV shows for children between 3 and 12. A single subscription can be shared between four kids, each with their own profile, and across multiple devices. Monitoring and filtering options are available for parents. The service is now on iPhones and iPads for … [Read more...] about App Roundup: GarageBand, Anchor, Hopster Coding Safari, Microsoft News, more!
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Here are some more business apps that you might find useful!10 best document scanner apps Smartphones are useful for so many things. One of the less typical use cases are for digitizing documents. It's very helpful for things like scanning forms into PDF format, scanning receipts for taxes, and even …5 best fax apps and fax sending apps for Android Faxing is essentially the physical version of email. You pop some stuff into a machine and it prints out at a machine somewhere else. It's dying technology because email is way better. However, there are … AsanaPrice: Free / $9.99 per member per monthDownload on Google Play!Asana is one of those business apps that everyone should try. It's a to-do manager that allows you to assign tasks to all of your people. You can add as many subsections as needed, assign tasks directly, and add comments as well as attachments. You can use it for free with basic features for up to 15 people or pay $9.99 per month per person for the complete … [Read more...] about 10 best business apps for Android
In an era of constant connectivity, consumer expectations of businesses run high. Latency—the delay inherent between a desire and pursuant request for information and its ultimate return—creates frustration, inhibits success and can impact customer experiences and ultimately customer satisfaction. Long story short, we live in a real-time world and no one wants to wait. Latency is a source of friction.If I can post a photo, search for a flight, watch live sports, or get real-time stock portfolio updates instantly on my phone, why can’t I do the same in my day-to-day business dealings?Enterprises constantly straddle the line between deploying innovative approaches and carrying forward processes that drove historical success. Across companies and industries, digital transformation initiatives aim for faster business operations, more real-time interactions and reducing the amount of latency in the chain.The focus on latency reduction matters. The longstanding phrase … [Read more...] about Designing a latency-free enterprise
If you love discovering and drinking new brands of wine, smarphone apps can be indispensable helpers. Rather than trying to figure out which bottle to get at the store, you can simply scan its label with your phone's camera and get all the information you need, such as ratings, reviews, prices, tastes, and recommended food pairings.You can also enrich your knowledge of wine with quiz apps, leave notes on your own personal collection, and get in touch with other wine lovers. The five apps we've rounded up below make the process of discovering, buying, and collecting wine fun and enjoyable, taking all the confusion out.Vivino Wine ScannerWith 19 million users, Vivino is the world’s largest wine community and most downloaded wine app. It makes wine discovery fun, accessible, and easy to understand for everyone with a love for wine. The app lets one take a photo of any wine label or restaurant wine list and search for it. This way, you can instantly see wine ratings, reviews, average … [Read more...] about 5 Android and iOS apps for wine connoisseurs
In his late 40s, with an average build and short, dark hair flecked with gray, Olson has lived in Prattsville all his life. Soft-spoken almost to the point of shyness, he delivers mail for a living, and cannot help but know most everyone in town. Until 2011 Olson primarily associated flooding with cold weather. When he was young, the Schoharie Creek — a gentle tributary of the Mohawk River that runs along Main Street, past the firehouse — used to jam with ice, forcing water onto the road. On such occasions, the fire department had often helped pump out waterlogged basements. He suspected that Sunday might be similar. Olson woke around 6:30AM at his home in the hills above town. He got in his Dodge Ram 3500 pickup, a 2006 model that would not survive the day, and drove down to the station, where he monitored the creek. Rain fell hard and warm through the humid air. Though he felt no panic, at 8AM, he decided to man the firehouse, sounding its alarm to summon to duty roughly … [Read more...] about We’re bad at tracking deadly storms, but New York has a new way to see them coming