Google Maps for iPhone and iPad now provides helpful everyday info–in real time, via a trio of handy new shortcuts found across the bottom of the interface that Android customers have enjoyed for more than a year.
The Onavo VPN has shown up in Facebook’s mobile app before in 2016 in the United Kingdom. The company has confirmed that this optional feature is now available to iPhone and iPad users in the United States as well. You should think twice before using Facebook’s VPN for obvious reasons.
Apple’s annual software upgrades this fall will offer users plenty of new capabilities, including a revamped Stocks app for iPhone even though the company will push back some features that aren’t as polished to the following year.
Passwords are inconvenient and insecure. That’s why Microsoft is bringing a cool new feature to Windows 10 S users that will allow them to use the Authenticator app on their iPhone to approve log-ins on their computer.
Apple’s mobile operating system provides a little-known feature that customers can take advantage of to keep tabs on their smartphone usage behaviors and see precisely how long each app has been open or running in the background.
You can now search for emails, files and contacts from one single box in Outlook’s iOS app, refine your queries using search filters, as well as access your recent contacts, upcoming travel itineraries and more with just one tap.
Users can once again ask Siri to hail an Uber or take advantage of its ride-booking extension in Apple Maps, the two features that were inexplicably removed from the app in January, suggesting the error originated with the app itself.