One of the best things of iOS 8 would definitely have to be the ability to use third-party keyboards like SwiftKey, but it looks like things has just gotten a little more interesting. PopKey recently unveiled a custom keyboard app for iOS 8 that allows you to use animated GIFs instead of plain text or even emoticon.
Hate your iOS device because the keyboard is just too annoying but you have no choice but to stick to it? Well, it looks like that problem will be over very soon, SwiftKey recently announced that its award-winning keyboard will be heading to iOS on 17 September 2014 – the day where iOS 8 will be released to users.
Square Enix will be making a game streaming service available to the Japanese market. Unlike most other services of this type, it will be only be made on smartphones and tablets through the Dive In app. Users will also only be allowed to rent games for a limited time, instead of buying it outright. The service starts with Final Fantasy 7, Final Fantasy 13, and Murdered: Soul Suspect.
Good news for Samsung Galaxy Life users, Samsung and Easy Taxi has just announced that they will be offering free rides for students and families from Friday, 12 September to Sunday, 14 September 2014. This promotion is in conjunction with the school holidays and will be available not only for students, but for families as well.
LG’s IFA 2014 showcase was not just about its exciting G Watch R, but the company also took the opportunity to further demonstrate its Smart Home concept. The company’s vision for a connected home of the future, the concept actually lets you literally chat with your home appliances on the popular social messaging app, LINE. No, I’m not kidding.
Music streaming service Spotify will begin rolling out video advertisements to mobile users. This will only affect those using the service for free, and thankfully the ads will not automatically start playing on tablets or smartphones; instead it will ask users to opt into watching the advertisement in exchange for blocks of uninterrupted listening time.
If you’ve ever developed an app for iOS platform and have been rejected, then this is something you’ll need to go through. The Cupertino company recently posted out a list stating the top 10 reason why it reject apps so if your apps have been constantly rejected or if you even plan on writing apps for the App Store, it’s worth a look.