As the name suggests this application allows users to mix bits and pieces of video clips into one large package. The clips can be uploaded from your camera roll, or taken directly from the apps clean looking camera interface. Each individual video clip must be under 16 seconds in length, and you can stitch up to 256 of those indiviudal clips together.
One of my favorite services from Apple is iTunes in the Cloud, it's a small feature, but it really brings the whole idea of iOS unity to mind. As good as it may be there are some areas out there who have yet to get ahold of it, but today that list gets a little bit shorter.
Blogger Mark Gurman reported this week that Apple is completing the final touches on making their support pages iOS friendly. Basically Apple is creating a mobile version of their AppleCare site, which inlcudes a 24/7 chat support feature. No longer will I have to log in to my MacBook Air to chat with customer service representitives out of pure boredom. That's right folks, dont have anyone to text or message? You do now and they're paid to chat!
Talk about one rumored Apple device has died down over the past few months, the Apple TV. While reports were still running hot, the public was torn on the idea, concerning whether the Apple branded TV set would ever become a reality. Today a new patent filing surfaces that lends some credibility to the rumor.
With the school year quickly approaching, we're seeing some pretty sweet deals from Apple. The company has recently announced discounts for a few third-party audio accessories. Unlike their Back to School promotion, however, you don't have to be a college or university student to save a little money. Head inside to check out the deals.
Twitter for iOS gets a nice update today, with much of the focus being placed on security. Earlier this year we saw quite a few high profile Twitter accounts being hacked – everyone from celebrity to news outlets – which prompted a rollout of two-step authentication back in May. In version 5.9, not only is your desktop safe but so is your iOS and Android device.
iOS 7 Beta 5 went live today, only a little more then a week after beta 4 was released. The new software is available on Apple's online dev portal or over the air if you're already running one of the older betas. Check out the change log on the second page.
iOS 7 stable is expected to be released this Fall alongside the new iPhone(s). We've been watching iOS 7 closely here at iPD and i'm glad they're releasing updates as quickly as they are. The last beta I tried was 3 and it still really wasn't okay as a daily use, but i'm not dissapointed seeing as they are betas, they are designed knowing that they will be buggy.
With the Google Reader shutdown, alternative RSS clients' popularity have been on the rise. One of these services is Feedly, whose already managed to gain a user base of 13 million, and today they try to capitalize on that fact; rolling out a new monthly fee based Pro service.