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iOS Stories March 24

Rocket League ‘Sideswipe’ is coming to Android and iPhone later this year [Video]

One of the most popular games in the world has been Psyonix’s Rocket League, and under the umbrella of Epic Games, the game is expanding to new platforms. Later this year, “Rocket League Sideswipe” will arrive on Android and iOS devices.

iOS Stories March 30

Research shows Google collects 20x more data from Android than Apple collects from iOS [U]

Tech companies have been talking more about privacy in recent years, and Apple proudly says that it protects user data more than anyone else. This week, new research by Douglas Leith from Trinity College showed that Google collects up to 20 times more data from Android users compared to the data Apple collects from iOS […]

iOS Stories April 6

Google rolling out first Chrome for iOS update since November

Unlike other first-party apps, Google’s browser has historically followed a strict, publicized six-week release cycle. After going without updates for the past four months, a new version of Chrome for iPhone and iPad is rolling out now.

iOS Stories April 12

[Update: Maps] Google releases on iOS resume in earnest with Gmail, Search, more

At the start of last month, Google started to release new iOS versions of the YouTube family of applications following a long, unspecified pause. Gmail, Google Calendar, Docs, and other apps were updated today in a seeming return to normal for iPhone and iPad owners. 

iOS Stories March 16

GoPro’s new ‘Quik’ app brings powerful photo and video editing features to your iPhone

GoPro is out today with a big change to its iOS app. It’s now been transformed into “Quik” and has been redesigned to work with your photos and videos no matter if you took them with one of the company’s action cameras, your iPhone, or DSLR. Quik includes powerful, easy-to-use editing tools, themes, filters, and music along with a new “Mural” feature that automatically creates highlight videos from your favorite moments.

iOS Stories March 10

Twitter wants to launch its Spaces feature to everybody starting next month

Through an app update today, Twitter teased plans to roll out its Spaces voice-chatting feature broadly. Once this feature is available, anyone can create live rooms with up to 10 people speaking and unlimited numbers can join to listen.

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