Starbucks has done it again. This week’s free app to download for your iDevice is the Yoga Studio, which offers classes for every skill level in HD video. Kindly make sure you comment on which code you’ve used, because they can only be redeemed once. Thanks!
Well, here it is. After months of rumours and leaks, this is the official iPhone 5S. My thoughts? It’s perfect. That will surely please the fanboys.
All the specs can be found here. Enjoy.
And so much for ‘doubling down on secrecy’. Pfft.
Another week, another huge update. This time, there are three amazingly awesome songs from three unbelievably talented artists for you to download. And, please remember to comment on which code you’ve used, because they can only be redeemed once. I can not stress this enough! Thanks.
Sara Bareilles – I Choose You
Valerie June – You Can’t Be Told
Kasey Musgraves – Follow Your Arrow
Here are three free apps to download for your iDevices. They’re all apps, and all appear to be pretty neat. Fast Camera promises to snap up to 800 photos per minute, Cyto asks you to test your memory (memorably), and Blast-A-Way is an explosive 3D puzzler.
Please remember to comment on which code you’ve used, because they can only be redeemed once! Mucho gracias.
The latest version of the YouTube App for your Android device is now rolling out, but you can download it today. According to Android Police, there are several changes that make perusing YouTube a hell of a lot easier. Along with a card-based redesign, there are plenty of other changes, notably:
- A brand new card-based UI – the app looks better than ever before. It’s like Matias Duarte has reached down from the sky and graced it with his magic touch.
- Previously rumored in-app multitasking that’s nothing like we’ve ever seen before. It really has to be experienced in person, but basically you can make any video you’re watching turn into a small window on the bottom right by swiping it down, pressing the down arrow in the top left corner, or simply pressing the Back button.The slide-out navigation has been reworked with the latest hamburger-style guidelines in mind.
- You can then navigate the app while the video is playing.
- You bring it back up by dragging or tapping the small window and dismiss it by swiping it sideways.
- The really slick part here is that as you start sliding sideways, the sound volume starts to fade. This is some top-notch UX here.
- Interestingly, the swipe-down gesture works only in portrait mode on phones. On tablets, it’s available in both orientations.
- Quick access to history, favorites, playlists, uploads, and watch later right in the slide-out menu.
- You can now search for playlists.
- You no longer need to tap the down arrow on the video page to give thumbs up, thumbs down, or flag.
- The HD and CC toggles have moved from the bottom left edge of the video to the menu.
- The G+ +1 Recommend button seems to be gone from videos.
- Update #1: A brand new app icon.
- Update #2: The landscape UI on 7″ tablets is now no longer just full-screen like it is on phones. Say hello to a fully-functional landscape tablet UI.
- Update #3: At last, YouTube now honors the global auto-rotate setting and doesn’t flip to landscape if auto-rotate is off. However, there’s now a button in the bottom right corner of the video to force the landscape full-screen mode if you want it. I think it’s the ideal solution to this previously controversial situation.
- Update #4: The TV Queue UI got updated as well.
Check out the source link above for all the awesome details!
Let’s get one thing out of the way. Blurred Lines is one of those songs that’s amazing the first time you hear it. After the bajillionth time, it becomes annoying and extremely pesky.
With that being said, Lisa Lavie has done it again. Not only does she sound magnificent covering the song, but she actually took the time to re-create the video, frame for frame. Another job well done, Ms. Lavie.