After announcing the release of Apple Music for Android, Apple has gone even further by posting a job listing, looking for a software engineers to create products for Android users.
This new position is reportedly not for the Apple Music but for new mobile products that Apple plans to launch for Android users. Some of the speculated apps that might be in for this project are – the iWork, iCloud, iMessage, Safari, iTunes etc. It is said that releasing iCloud on Android would give users another option to access their files.
However, it seems like Apple’s iOS is finally facing the Android challenge [...]
Apple unveiled new versions of iPhoto, iMovie and Garage Band, with fresh software for both iOS and OS X Mavericks. Following along the clean lines of iOS 7 the new apps will have a stripped down design but will feature more performance and versatility. The new set of iLife programs are 64-bit . iPhoto now allows you to create PhotoBooks on the iPad. iMovie now lets you play around with speeds of your video, and if you’re on iOS, you can do picture-in-picture as well which was a sought after feature.
iMovie Theater,allows you to watch all of your videos on any device like the iPhone, iPad or Apple TV as long as [...]
Previously available only to Apple’s registered developers and and later on to some select users, Apple has today decided to open iWork for iCloud web apps to everyone ahead of its September 10 keynote.
This online version of the iWork suite offers Web-based versions of the three iWork apps—Pages, Numbers, andKeynote—enabling you to create and edit iWork documents stored in iCloud from almost any Web browser.
In addition to Pages, Keynote and Numbers, Apple of course offers other web-based applications via the iCloud interface, including Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders and [...]