Macs are marvelous machines right out of the box. But to be a power user of your powerhouse computer, you need the right apps. So we’ve rounded up 5 apps to enhance the ways you work with media and data.The Mac Power User Bundle offers a shot in the arm for any Mac. VideoDuke and Airy YouTube Video Downloader makes it easy to save YouTube videos right to your desktop. CloudMounter makes cloud drives available like a local disk, so you can simplify your data habits. That’s not even all the apps in this bundle, but the most exciting part is how much you can save on the whole thing. Buy now: Get the Mac Power User Bundle for $14.99, that’s an 86 percent off the usual price. … [Read more...] about This bundle of 5 Mac apps transforms how you work with media and data.
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source Scott Legato/Getty Images 2018 was a tumultuous year in media and advertising, and our biggest Business Insider Prime stories are a reflection of that. There were articles about Verizon taking on Google and Facebook, brands like McDonald’s forcing agencies to change how they operate and TV companies trying to solve the ad measurement mess. Here are our 10 most popular Prime media and advertising stories of 2018. 1. ‘The market basically flipped on us in a six-month period’: Why mobile-ad company Kargo decided to blow up a $100 million business Mobile-ad company Kargo had built a solid $100 million business selling mobile banners to big publishers. That worked until programmatic ad buying came to mobile and “it slammed us,” said the company. The sudden shift forced Kargo to morph from an ad network to an ad-tech company, which meant turning over a chunk of its staff. 2. Verizon has a new plan to take on Google and … [Read more...] about Here are our 10 most popular media and advertising stories of 2018
Earlier on Thursday, we told you that Apple's streaming music service is being delayed by slow negotiations with record labels and music publishers. A story that surfaced in the New York Post explains this in more detail, with one source saying that Apple wanted to tie the streaming service with the launch of the Apple iPhone 5 last September. According to the story in the Post, the problem with the negotiations has to do with Apple's tough negotiating stance.One of the richest companies in the world with $137 billion in its piggy bank, Apple is said to be offering the record labels and publishers a royalty rate of 6 cents for each 100 songs streamed. That is half the 12 cents that the leading player in the industry, Pandora, pays. The standard set by the Copyright Royalty Board is about 21 cents per 100 tunes streamed, close to the 22 cents paid by iHeart Radio. The highest figure is paid by Spotify at 35 cents per 100 steamed songs.With Apple planning on offering its service for free … [Read more...] about NY Post: Apple offers royalties to labels and publishers that are half of what Pandora pays
0. phoneArena posted on 15 Sep 2017, 06:58 Android's always been a platform rich in options and choice for the its users. This is easily evident even in its volume slider... sliders, sorry. Yeah, Google's operating system has three different volume controls – ringtone, media, and alarm. Or, if you are on a Samsung phone, you have four to juggle with – ringtone, media, notifications, and system. Yeah, it's both kind of cool and kind of annoying — on one hand, you can fine-tune your notifications, alerts, and keyboard click sounds, on the other — that's a ton of micro-management just to get your phone's volume right. This is a discussion for a news. To read the whole news, click here posted on 15 Sep 2017, 07:36 0 1. Zack_2014 (Posts: 622; Member since: 25 Mar 2014) I just wonder if all these apps drain battery when running in the background. Like even if it's a really low drain it's enough to stop me from using it. posted on 15 Sep 2017, 07:51 3 … [Read more...] about Comments for : Too many volume sliders? VolumeSync will let you link your notification, media, and alarm volumes
Well, that didn't take long - as soon as the Xperia Z2 system dump appeared , the set of camera, media and phone apps that come with the new flagship, has been ported to all Xperia smartphones, running Android 4.3+. From the set of Camera Apps, this includes Creative Effects, AR Effect 2.0.4, and Background Defocus 1.1.7. Media handling is represented by the Walkman and Movies applications, while the calling functions can be upgraded with the Answering Machine app. It goes without saying that these ports are available for rooted devices only, so if you have a rooted Xperia Z , Z1 , Z Ultra , and the like, you might want to give those a shot. Check out the source links below, if you are interested in porting some of the Xperia Z2 software goodies to your 2013 Xperia. … [Read more...] about Xperia Z2 camera, media and phone apps ported to older Xperias (root req’d)