Starbucks has just made it easier for you to send a coffee to cheer up a friend or a loved one. Earlier today, the coffee giant announced that they have updated its iOS mobile app to include a new iMessages feature. As announced, the new feature will enable people to send someone a cup of coffee in a very quick and easy way. While you are chatting with someone by way of the app, you can simply send a Starbucks gift card without having to worry about interrupting your conversation.
Here comes Clips, a brand new mobile app from Apple that should allow iOS mobile users to level up their social media game. Basically, Clips lets owners of iPhones and iPad devices to create personalized and easily sharable video content, images, and even audio without having to learn insane photoshopping or media editing ninja skills.
Starbucks has introduced a new feature called My Starbucks barista in its mobile app, and basically it is a voice operated digital assistant that lets consumers order and even pay for the food and drinks they buy by way of verbal requests. Customers are even allowed to modify their drinks, just like they would with a real life Starbucks barista. On top of that, the US based coffee giant also took the opportunity to debut a new skill for the Amazon’s Alexa platform.
By any measure, Super Mario Run managed to register an outstanding initial sales run in its first four days. Indeed, the game from Nintendo just became the first mobile app to breach the 40 million download mark on Apple’s App Store.
Officially, Super Mario Run is the first game ever that Nintendo specifically developed to be played in mobile devices. But just recently, the app has achieved a new milestone -- becoming the fastest selling mobile game ever in the history of iOS. Super Mario Run accomplished this by managing to hit 40 million downloads in its first four days since wide release, as revealed as much by a press statement published by Nintendo.
One day after Super Mario Run was made available in Apple’s App Store, the mobile game has already managed to break a record. It is even more amazing when you consider that the record being broken happens to be that of the phenomenally successful Pokemon Go.
After quietly making its debut outside the United States a month ago, Apple’s newly rolled out standalone iOS Support mobile app is now made available at the American version of the App Store. For those not familiar with this app, it basically allows iOS users to gain access to product documentation, and set up appointments, chat, email, and even calls with a technician from Apple Support.
More than a year ago, Netflix had decided to include an in-app subscription feature in its app for iOS powered mobile devices, and that move might have contributed immensely in its growing popularity ever since. Indeed during the last month, the app had reached the Top Grossing chart for the first time, landing at number nine. Recently, Netflix’s app adds another reason to celebrate, for it has become the top grossing app for iPhone devices in all of the United States.
Yahoo may no longer be able to keep up with Google’s massive empire, but its Yahoo Answers actually remains one of the most visited Q&A websites in all of the world wide web, with more than 3.1 million monthly visitors in the United States alone.
The crew behind Mozilla’s Firefox are releasing a new mobile web browser app designed to run on devices powered by Apple’s iOS mobile operating system. More significantly, it emphasizes private and secure Internet surfing as the core of its overall interface experience.
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