Over the last several weeks, we’ve been detailing Pokémon GO’s long-awaited support for player vs player battles. Prior to today, we knew a lot about how the battles feature would work, but details were sparse on exact release information. Now, that support for Pokémon GO battles has started rolling out.
Apps & Updates Today
Back in September, Cultured Code updated Things for Mac to fully support Apple’s official Dark Mode on macOS Mojave. The task manager’s dark mode actually works on versions as far back as macOS El Capitan before Dark Mode it was a system feature. Now Things for iPhone and iPad is joining the dark mode revolution with version 3.8 which is out today as a free update to Things 3.
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Algoriddim is releasing a major new version of djay for iOS today with loads of new features and a new business model that makes it easier to use and support the music-mixing app.
The new djay for iOS is a single universal app that you can download and use on both iPhone and iPad — no more paid upfront versions for different iOS devices. The new djay update is also enhanced for the latest iPad Pros and includes support for working with DJ hardware over USB-C.
‘Confirmed VPN’ iOS/macOS update makes it the first open service with third-party audits, open source code, more
Confirmed VPN launched last year for iOS, macOS and more, but it has been working on something bigger than just another VPN service. Today, the company has made its apps openly operated with third-party audits, open source code, audit logs, and much more. It is also inviting other VPN services to join the platform called Openly Operated.
Apps & Updates December 11
Asphalt 9 for iOS updated with 60 FPS iPhone XS and XS Max support
The classic iOS racing series Asphalt has released a new update to its latest edition Asphalt 9: Legends game, now featuring 60 FPS support for iPhone XS and XS Max.