Despite past criticisms of it’s nonsensical user interface, Apple Music recently overtook Spotify in terms of subscriber numbers in the US, and with an organized new update, it could be about to become even more popular among music lovers. In the update, Apple has made it far easier to browse through artist discographies, by sorting releases into studio albums, singles and EPs, compilations, and live albums, with studio albums appearing at the top of an artists’ profile to reflect their importance. In the past, singles and albums were lumped together, meaning you would have to scroll through every single release to find the song or album you wanted to listen to - quite the undertaking for fans of prolific musicians like Elvis Presley, who appears on a staggering 313 albums.Music discovery made easierAs a result of the update, many artists now have an ‘essential albums’ section, making it easier to quickly listen to the top hits from an artist you have … [Read more...] about Apple Music finally sorts out its user interface
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A patent of Microsoft, titled “Extensible Filtered Lists for Mobile Device User Interface”, was announced the last Thursday by the US Patent and Trademark office. The very essence of that interface is the ability to arrange information in groups and lists, including multiple items, according to the most commonly used tasks, applications, contacts and so on, enhancing the user’s access to them and following the trend of making the interface finger-friendly. That software product has not been yet officially presented by Microsoft. via EngadgetMobile … [Read more...] about Microsoft with a patent for new user interface
If you're not satisfied in having to constantly jump between instant messaging clients on your BlackBerry smartphone and don't mind paying for an app, you might find the latest version of IM+ to be appealing. The all-in-one instant messaging application takes the hassle of having to constantly chat with friends on different services – and the latest update for it totally provides a new redesigned user interface. Aside from the updated looks, you'll also find new themes, improved multi-chat for MSN Messenger & Skype, and the ability to check out your conversation history. However, you'll have to outweigh your options seeing that downloading IM+ will cost you an eye opening $39.95 through the App World. So if you're able to overlook that initial cost, you can start experiencing all the new offerings that are presented in the latest version of the popular messaging app for BlackBerry.via BlackBerry Cool … [Read more...] about Latest version of IM+ for BlackBerry sees a redesigned user interface
posted on 03 Apr 2015, 09:50 4 1. Kruze (Posts: 1285; Member since: 30 Dec 2014) I like Sense 7. For the Touchwiz though, I prefer the older one like on the Note 4, the new one has ugly app icons. posted on 03 Apr 2015, 10:49 10 13. junaidahmed (Posts: 103; Member since: 04 Sep 2014) themes my friend posted on 03 Apr 2015, 12:00 5 21. neela_akaash (Posts: 1235; Member since: 05 Aug 2014) If PA is asking about user interface then both are just ok. 43. Commentator (Posts: 3722; Member since: 16 Aug 2011) They're clearly asking about user interface... posted on 03 Apr 2015, 12:07 2 23. j2001m (Posts: 3013; Member since: 28 Apr 2014) The best part is the m9 got more lag then the s6 I.e. Sense 7 now lags more 31. true1984 (Posts: 853; Member since: 23 May 2012) where did you see that? i have sense 7 on my m8 and it doesnt lag at all 41. j10oreo (Posts: 7; Member since: 11 Mar 2015) interesting you mention this, i don't have any lag. posted … [Read more...] about Comments for : Samsung’s new TouchWiz UI vs HTC Sense 7 UI comparison: vote for the better user interface!
The LG G5 is about to make its global debut on April 1. With a combination of powerful internals and attractive design, this is definitely one of the high-profile Android smartphones to consider this year. In this article, we're going to take you on a brief walkthrough through the smartphone's user interface. Rather than keeping its flagship phones looking and feeling the same through each generation, LG likes to showcase visible interface updates together with its brand-new phones. The LG G3 (2014) defined a baseline design, which modernized the aging skeuomorphic icons, got rid of the inconsistent and bland colors, and streamlined the entire experience to make it easier to navigate. The LG G4 introduced a color refresh and some new icons, but not much in the way of significant changes. The LG G5, though, boasts notable design updates. LG got rid of the app drawer for good, made theme and icon colors less eye-popping, and reduced the menus to mature shades of black and … [Read more...] about LG G5 user interface walkthrough – a saunter through the modular one’s apps and menus