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Apple Reportedly Threatens to Yank iOS Apps Recording Users’ Screens Without Their Knowledge

Following a Wednesday report from TechCrunch that popular iPhone apps are recording the in-app activity of users without their knowledge through analytics companies like Glassbox, Apple has reportedly responded by threatening “immediate action” if they don’t knock it off or inform their users that their activity is being recorded, the site reported Thursday. Read More >>

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You Can Finally Bin Stock Apple Apps in iOS 10

Say goodbye to the iOS Tips apps once and for all – with iOS 10, Apple looks to be finally letting you trash those built-in, stock Apple apps that come pre-installed on all iOS devices. Read More >>

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The Week’s Best Android, iPhone, iPad, and Windows Phone Apps

I've come to a realisation about mobile data: It's a complete rip off, but it's just one of those things that everyone begrudgingly accepts. Even worse is the extra charges thrown on top. I bought myself a 4G SIM from a major network to keep me going while my broadband was down, but then it turned out I needed to top-up £3 for the privilege of activating it and using the 5GB of data I'd already paid for. Madness. Shit like that is part of the reason broadband still comes through telephone wires. Read More >>

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New Google App Lets You Control Your Computer From Your iPhone or iPad

The Google Chrome Remote Desktop app that was released to Android users last spring just hit the iOS app store. It lets you access your computer via the Chrome Remote Desktop app. Read More >>

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December’s Essential Apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone

December is now over, bringing 2014 to a close. It's been a big year, but December has seen plenty of things crawl out of the woodwork. Most seriously we saw a major hack of Sony Pictures which led to The Interview being pulled from release and then released on VOD (but not outside North America. Grrrr). We also saw a wearable that records TV if you fall asleep, learnt how to catch Santa, and  found out that EE is going to bring us even faster 4G speeds. Read More >>

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The Week’s Best Android, iPhone, iPad, and Windows Phone Apps

It is officially the run-up to Christmas now, and that tricky issue of informing relatives what sort of gifts to buy is rearing its ugly annual head. Currently I'm faced with the problem of having had spare cash, which means I went out and bought pretty much anything that would have been a suitable gift to be given to me. Read More >>

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October’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

Here we are at the end of October. Like every other month an awful lot has happened in the world. We at Giz have a new editor, some new iPads were unveiled to the world, we saw the frankly epic teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, oh and we saw some pretty hefty mobile devices from Google at long last. Read More >>

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You Can Now Livestream from a GoPro Using Your iPhone

GoPros make getting action footage amazingly easy and now, thanks to a new partnership with Livestream, you'll be able to show everyone online your eXXXtreme skillz in real time. Read More >>

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September’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

September has been one hell of a month. We've seen the new iPhones, Apple's first foray into the world of smartwatches, Phones 4U went into administration, people got angry at being given free music, the BBC filmed a slow-motion fight over a sandwich, and a crazy woman may, or may not, have paid £12,000 for a third boob. Read More >>

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The Best Alternative for Every Pre-Loaded iPhone App

The iPhone comes with a bunch of apps you never use. Some of them are poorly implemented. Others are lacking important features. Fortunately, there's a whole world of developers offering some very viable third-party alternatives. You still can't delete the apps your iPhone comes with, but here are some alternatives that will free you from their boring grips. Read More >>

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July’s Essential Apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone

July is over already, scary how fast time moves isn't it? Memorable moments of the past month have included news that Bose is suing Beats for patent infringement (sigh), Russia lost and regained control of a satellite of horny space geckos, a controversial surveillance law was rushed through parliament, and we had further clarification that we are being ripped off by the tech companies. But through the sad and the weird, we also saw some brilliant app releases. Read More >>

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Facebook’s Newest App is Just For Celebrities

After nearly a year of quiet testing, Facebook is finally releasing its newest app specifically built for monitoring your interactions on Facebook. The catch? Celeb-status users only, please. Read More >>

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Can’t be Bothered to Text Your Dear Old Mum? There’s an App for That

You might remember Bro App, the app that texts your girlfriend for you so that you can spend time with your friends. Well there's a new one. It's called MomApp, and it will text your parents automatically so that you don't have to put any effort into your relationship. Read More >>

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Microsoft Appeal to Users’ Honour as Office for iPad Loophole is Found

You may have noticed that an iPad version of Microsoft Office was released on Thursday, which was a massive improvement on the iPhone version since you can use basic features without a £100 Office 365 subscription. Well now it turns out that with a bit of fiddling you can access more than the basic features without a subscription. Get in! Read More >>