Six years after the first iPhone launched, Apple has finally made some major changes to the look and feel of its mobile operating system. Most of these improvements — including the new Notification Center, quick multitasking and Wi-Fi direct transfers — have been available on Android devices for years. So, if you wanted to transfer files quickly between phones, you could have done that just by tapping them together as long ago as 2011 . If you wanted to move quickly and easily between open apps, Android has provided a really great task-switching menu since version 4.0.
Perhaps sometime in 2014, Apple will get around to providing support for common Android features from 2012, such as NFC, floating windows and custom keyboards. Fortunately, there’s no need to wait for Tim Cook and crew to play catch-up. Here are 10 ways Android beats iOS 7 today.
Dentro del proyecto Recover Messages se ha lanzando una nueva herramienta para sistemas operativos Windows llamada WhastApp Anti-Delete Protection Tool que permite crear un sistema de anti-borrado de mensajes de WhatsApp.
Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicked off yesterday, and one of the big announcements was a major update to iOS—the OS that powers iPhones and iPads. While most of the traditional media and fan blogs focused on the new “flat”...
En el reciente evento WWDC de Apple se ha hablado mucho de iOS 7, del que seguro que ya habéis leído mucho por todas partes. Centrándonos en seguridad hay algunas novedades dignas de citar, como la incorporación del estándar Do Not Track en Apple Mobile Safari en iOS 7 o la planificación de añadir actualizaciones automáticas silenciosas en el sistema operativo para acabar con el malware - y con el que tendrán que lidiar los jailbreakers -. Muchas novedades en seguridad de las que queremos centrarnos hoy en el llamado Activation Lock.
Every marketer has a Web site, but what about a mobile-optimized Web site? Mobile devices are an important and growing channel for business. Consider these statistics:
• According to mobiThinking, there are now more than 1.2 billion mobile Web users worldwide who account for more than 8 percent of Web traffic • ComScore reports that mobile devices drove 10.8 percent of traffic to online retail sites on Cyber Monday 2011, more than double the previous year • Interestingly, mobile devices accounted for even more online traffic on Black Friday – 14.3 percent • The most popular device for mobile commerce? The iPad
Clearly, with the ongoing proliferation of browsers and devices that can access your content and commerce offerings, the mobile Web opens up a vast new audience of potential visitors to your site.
Google Play gives you tons of options on publishing your apps and connecting with users. But as you get started with new features like beta testing and staged rollouts, it’s a good idea to do a checkup and make sure you’ve covered the basics.