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The good news is that Pokémon trading has finally come to Pokémon Go. But the rollout left something to be desired for many players
These 15 apps have beaten Apple at its own game.
Former Google and Instagram engineers got millions to take TV into the future — here’s what it looks like
"Longform, professional vertical video is the next trend in television," says Dreams cofounder and former Google product manager Tom Bender.
After briefly trying out the feature with some users, Instagram is ending testing entirely.
It lets you save you from yourself by deleting a message — text, audio, sticker, or any content that you send from Memories — from your phone and recipients' phones. It will let them know what you've done, however, and it doesn't work with new Snaps.
The only new app Apple launched at its annual developers conference is called App Store Connect. The app it's replacing, iTunes Connect, had a 2-star rating. This shows that Apple is listening to customer feedback and is also moving away from the iTunes brand.
The 5 most important announcements Apple made at its biggest conference of the year, and what they mean for the future
Apple made a ton of important announcements at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote. But it's worth highlighting some of the most important announcements Apple made for developers, consumers, and the company itself.
Daniel Singer's app Panda, wants to "turn conversations into Pixar movies in real time."
Hopefully iOS 13 has a true dark mode like macOS Mojave, because it won't be happening in iOS 12 coming later this year.
A meditation app loved by Wall Street and Silicon Valley wants to unveil a prescription-strength version with FDA approval
The $250 million mindfulness app company Headspace has big plans to turn meditation into medicine. A favorite self-improvement tool in Silicon Valley and on Wall Street, the app already hopes to roll out a series of prescription-grade meditation tools approved by the FDA.