Fitbit launches the latest software update for Fitbit Charge HR & Fitbit Surge. The software is expected to track fitness easier, more convenient and faster for better fitness training. Among the smart features of the software, include the SmartTrack, which makes use of a sensor for a smarter work out. This customized software is built based on your work out activities. It automatically records your movements such as walking and running and tracks them once the app is turned on. It also features a precise heart-rate monitor, called Pure Pulse. It is now available for all Android, iOS and Windows platforms.
Source: Huffington Post
Any iPhone user must be excited about the launching of Apple’s new mobile software – iOS 9. The software upgrade for it is believed to make internet browsing or activities more fun and a lot faster. Here is what you need to know about it.
First, how can users like you get it from Apple? Well, Apple indicated that users will be prompted to perform a software upgrade sometime on Wednesday, but for those who wish to take matters into their own hands can do it manually by going into the settings menu, then the general tab and choosing software upgrade in the end. For more information on this post, go to the source.
Apple users and tech reviewers are not impressed with the latest iOS updates for their devices, throwing crazy reviews on them, asking the company to improve their update packages. Apple Music update for example, is getting trash posts from users and reviewers alike.
Several advices were posted, calling Apple to launch separate apps updates — or at least on some of them. It should refrain from requiring its users to update their entire iOS as this whole updating thing slows down iOS devices performance.
On the other hand, app developers managed to do some tweaks as soon as the update launches, automatically providing users the latest version – whether they like it or not – because it’s already there.
Source: The Next Web
The next long-awaited version of Apple’s iOS has finally revealed itself in the form of iOS9. This new operating system is said to contain a lot of changes from the old version including split-screen views, a new font, transit routes, and an improved version of Apple maps. Moreover, the company is currently working on a new user-friendly application called “Home” which will enable users to control all their connected devices in their house using a single interface. Apple is also planning to run iOS9 on older versions of iPhone and the company has guaranteed to increase efforts to ensure that iOS9 runs effectively.
Apple launched a mini website for this 2015 to show off the capabilities of Mac and iOS along with other software. This new online venue is hoping to inspire people to start with something new by showing off how artists have created art using Apple products. Sources said that every piece of art in the gallery is product of creativity of Apple users in making works of art. Some featured devices include iMovie, Brushes 3 and iOS apps.
Source: Today’s iPhone
In Apple’s quest to improve what the iOS can offer, they have dropped the iOS 7.1. The said update was Apple’s first major update with the OS responsible for powering iPhones, iPods and iPads available in the whole world. According to them, the update will be a big one for the iOS. In addition, support for Apple’s CarPlay that is their newest system that allows users to enable their iPhone’s from functioning in people’s cars, according to the update. According to sources, people would have to buy a new car to utilize the full functionality of the said software. For more information regarding this news, go to the official Geek Wire site.
Source: Geek Wire
A product manager for Microsoft’s Czech division may have let the cat out of the bag on Wednesday – almost – when he announced that versions of Microsoft Office for Android and iOS devices may ship as early as the first quarter of next year.
When El Reg reached out to the Redmond home office for clarification, however, the response wasn’t quite so categorical. “We have nothing to announce today about retail availability of the new Office,” a Microsoft spokesperson said in reply. “As we shared previously, Office Mobile will work across Windows Phones, Android phones and iOS, and we have nothing additional to announce.”
As for whether the Office Mobile apps for Android and iOS will launch by the rumored March 2013 date, however, that seems possible but unlikely.
So far, the closest thing to a launch date for Office 2013 we’ve heard is for the Windows RT version, which will ship when Microsoft debuts its Surface devices on October 26. But even that version will only be a preview release; the final version of Office 2013 RT isn’t scheduled to appear until a few months later.
Source: The Register