Spring is literally around the corner and that means the weathers warming up. That means there really is no excuse to get out running or on your bike for fitness sake. Here’s a round up of some of the best Running apps for your Apple device.
Blogo for iOS is a simple, powerful app that helps you to write and publish more often on WordPress, Medium and Blogger. Access to the Closed Beta is by invitation only and limited to 2000 invitees. Hurry up before it ends! If you would like an invite just use this link to take part in the Beta.
Error 53 happens when you have a problem with the Touch ID. If oyu spill liquid in to the recess of the switch or it develops a fault, error 53 is caused by a faulty home button or Touch Id sensor. I know because I’ve had this problem myself leaving me with a £250 bill to repair the phone. Only it’s not a repair I got a new phone.
Thats not stopped the Guardian taking up arms against Apple however.
The BBC has updated its iPlayer app for iOS to support Spotlight searches and allow Handoff between devices.
Spotlight support means that you to search for BBC TV shows by swiping down from the homescreen, while Handoff allows you to seamlessly pick up where you left off when switching between devices. The BBC notes that it has also fixed a nasty bug.
Hey guess what Gartner’s heard about smart watches, have you? CNET has the market tracker and predictor saying that Apple watches been popularizing wearables as a lifestyle trend. All hail the marketing might of Cupertino. By Gartner’s reckoning smart watch sales came in at roughly 30 million units last year this year the firm expects smart watch sales of 50 million units rolling in the unit sales in 2017 of 66.7 million. Mevenue for the segment is projected at 11 1/2 billion dollars this year climbing up to 17.5 billion by 2019 according to the firm. Like the old days of smart phones versus feature phones, all smart watches will rake in more money per unit. The bigger pile of money today will be made by connected trackers. Adding in activity trackers and similar devices money made in wearables rises from $11.5 billion mentioned earlier to $28.7 billion this year according to Gartner. That sounds like we more feature wearables than Smart watches though Gartner predicts Smart watches will went out…