Many iOS device users don’t care to know what apps they’ve purchased and downloaded over the years. Most are probably afraid to learn how much they’ve spent, and would rather not look. Others may actually have a need to know. Sandro Cuccia shows you a few ways to retrieve, and perhaps even print, a history of your iOS app purchases.
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The rechargeable Lithium 4400 Battery Bank from Power Practical also functions as an easy to use, bright LED lantern. A 3-in-1 cable is included, but it does not include an Apple Lightning connector.
Dropbox rolled out version 3 of the iPhone and iPad app for its cloud-based file storage service on Friday. The new version added support for AirDrop file transfers, and got a facelift with an iOS 7 interface.
Apple has debuted a great App Store feature in the UK, video trailers. The company introduced it with Clumsy Ninja with an Editor's Choice listing in the UK, with the video trailer being part of a special Editor's Choice layout. The video trailer highlight actual gameplay, which gives users a much better idea of what the game is like than the static screenshots that have been part of the App Store from the beginning.
So far, many futurists have looked at the smartwatch as an extension of the smartphone. It would, for example, receive important information from the powerful smartphone in the pocket. What if there's a better way? What if that's not the key to success at all?
Apple has finally released an iPad-native version of its Apple Store app that offers the same features found in the iPhone and iPod touch version. Like the recent update for the iPhone version, the new iPad app sports a distinct iOS 7 look, and it includes a Now Trending section showing what's currently popular.
Apple's next iPhone is coming earlier, and will sport a bigger display and price tag. This, according to Susquehanna Financial Group analyst Chris Caso, is what we have to look forward to in 2014.
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The underlying theme with analysts expecting a larger screen iPhone is that Apple can't compete with Samsung's bigger smartphones. So far, Apple seems to be doing pretty well with its iPhone lineup.
Apple has signed Yahoo! and PBS up for app spots on the company's Apple TV. The apps join content from Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Vevo, Sky News, Smithsonian, and other media companies. [Update: Screenshot added.]
Apple released Find My Friends 3.0 on Tuesday, an update that flattens the app in keeping with the design aesthetics of iOS 7. The patch notes don't specify any other changes, saying simply, "Find My Friends has been updated with an all new design for iOS 7."
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