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First ever Android app by Apple to help Android users switch to iPhone


Apple will simultaneously release an Android app, a first for the company, that makes it easy for users to back up contacts, calendar information, bookmarks, photos and videos, messages, mail accounts, wallpapers and “DRM-free songs and books,” as well as a list of installed apps, for transition to Android.

source: http://mobilesyrup.com/2015/06/08/apples-first-ever-android-app-is-to-help-android-users-switch-to-iphone/

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Apple’s new iOS 9 software stays a step ahead of you


The mobile operating system offers a bunch of new functions to predict users’ needs for music, email and more. Apple also unveils updates to its Maps app and News, a news-reading app.

Source: Apple’s new iOS 9 software stays a step ahead of you – CNET

App Developers Double Dip By Charging For iOS 7 Updates


Each major 1.0 release of iOS marks an opportunity for app developers to go back to the drawing board. And with its radically new design language and hundreds of new APIs, devs are seeing iOS 7 as not only a clean slate, but a chance to earn more money off their existing apps.

With iOS 7 Looming, Should You Wait To Upgrade?


Apple‘s biggest change to iOS becomes available to the general public tomorrow. Ever since it was shown off in June at the Worldwide Developers Conference, the more colorful revamp to the company’s smartphone and tablet operating system has generated a lot of interest, both positive and negative.

Tricks All The New iOS 7 Users Should Know


It can be confusing, but we’re here to help. iOS 7 has all sorts of nifty little tricks tucked away in places that are in no way immediately obvious, especially if you haven’t followed Tim Cook’s every word along the way. If you’ve been using iOS 7 for a while, you might know some of these. Hell, you might know most of these. But we tried to cover the bases to make sure that most people learn a thing or two. (Know all of these? You’re way cool, high five.

Photos: Apple Headquarters Pictures: Take A Virtual Tour


Apple headquarters, located at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino, Calif., is one of the most exclusive buildings in the world. It’s the home of many of today’s greatest innovations, including the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Mac computers. The sprawling six-building campus, which occupies 32 acres near Interstate 280, is designed to look like a perfect infinite loop, reflecting the design tastes of the company’s founders.

Google Acquires Bump for at Least $30M


Google has acquired the mobile startup Bump. A source close to the transaction said it was worth at least $30 million, and perhaps as much as $60 million. Bump had raised about $20 million from backers including Sequoia Capital and Andreessen Horowitz, so it was “not a home run,” the source admitted.

Yahoo Re-imagining Video For Mobile


Yahoo Screen to be a place where you can customize your experience to your liking while continually discovering new things to watch and share. We hope to make Yahoo Screen the destination for the world’s best video creators and their awesome content.

Small Tablet Comparison: iPad mini vs Google Nexus 7 vs Amazon Kindle Fire HD [Video]


Quick and full review on the hottest small tablets in the market! Watch the Ipad Mini, Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD in the battle royale!

Nokia to Offer Its Maps for iPhones and Android Phones


Nokia still hasn’t found its way to a successful comeback in the smartphone market. But the company is hoping to get its tentacles into competitors’ phones through mapping applications, a move it hopes will help it improve its maps.

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