Just recently this week, Google has rolled out a number of new updates to its mobile app for the iOS mobile operating system. One update takes care of bugs that should make the app more reliable than ever, another update now lets users in-search YouTube video content, while the third one offers a new incognito mode.
When Apple gave a preview of the latest iOS 10 update at WWDC, it highlighted the new features that they were adding onto iOS 10. Particularly, they were working on improving the lock screen to make it more functional for use on widgets and notifications.
There were reports earlier that the Pokemon Go game installed on iOS powered mobile devices asked for full access to a user’s Google account when signing up. But now, the developer of the game, Niantic Labs has rolled out an update that should modify the permissions needed. When requesting for information, the game now limits its permission to “Know who you are on Google” and “View your email address.”
Niantic Labs, the developer of the massively popular game Pokemon Go, has full access to mobile users’ Google accounts, that is if they used their Google account to log into the game from a mobile device built by Apple. Whoops. To its credit, Niantic has said on record that it did not access anything other than user IDs and email addresses, and has promised from here on that it will significantly reduce the access it requests.
Now in its third week, T-Mobile Tuesdays is a new mobile app from T-Mobile that aims to grant lots of giveaways every Tuesday to the wireless carrier’s subscribers for their loyalty. But it appears that this latest program from T-Mobile continues to experience some issues.
As part of its Uncarrier 11 campaign, T-Mobile debuted a mobile app called T-Mobile Tuesdays about a couple of weeks ago. One of the free giveaways promised to users of the app was free pizza, but it appears that the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has been compelled to discontinue its free pizza deal, but only temporarily (we hope).
This week marks the start of T-Mobile’s latest Uncarrier program, which includes free stock in the company, and lots of freebies, courtesy of the major US wireless carrier’s T-Mobile Tuesdays mobile app. To redeem the free stuff, T-Mobile subscribers need only launch the T-Mobile Tuesdays app, but unfortunately, the app appears to have encountered some problems in its debut.
Launched over a week ago, the System and Security Info diagnostic app has been removed by Apple from the App Store. The app had featured in some headlines several days ago because of its ability to allow iOS users to monitor the central processing unit (CPU), memory, disk usage, and processes of their mobile devices.
There is a new mobile app that made its debut in Apple’s App Store last weekend, and it has the ability to alert iOS mobile users if the security of their iPhone devices has been compromised. Specifically, the System and Security Info app monitors the iPhone’s central processing unit (CPU), storage, and disk usage, plus a list of all ongoing processes.
Apple and SAP SE are teaming up in order to make business mobile apps for iPhone and iPad devices even smarter. Both companies recently revealed that they have forged a partnership, with the iPhone maker tapping into SAP’s HANA system, a platform which basically allows business entities to quickly analyze information and generate projections, in trying to further enhance the capabilities of apps of iOS powered smartphones and tablet devices.
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