When I saw iOS 7 first time in WWDC event I was shocked. So many new features but still nothing like Apple. Some of the features are seriously pretty exciting. I love them but the UI, realated to Android, Windows,Symbian and even Cydia Apps in so many ways.
Here are some not so apple UI examples of iOS 7.
Worst Dial Pad ever.
Apple has just posted a lengthy, nearly 10 minute video (via 9to5Mac) about how apps built for its platform are used around the world to make changes that significantly impact people’s lives. It’s a very different approach from the typical Apple commercial, which is generally a short affair focusing on what apps are doing to add a little bit of levity or convenience to the average consumer’s life. Continue reading
Recent photos shows banners of new iOS 7 and Mac OS X getting ready for the WWDC 13.Here are some photos.
Gmail is considered among the very best email clients in the world, and this is largely thanks to Google’s dogged efforts in maintaining and updating its growing list of features. The new-look, tabbed Gmail inbox was first announced back last week, and having promised both the Android and iOS Apps would be forthcoming, the search giant Continue reading
As a Mac user it feels great to have feature like Airdrop.Now as per 9to5mac.com report Apple plans to have Airdrop like filesharing feature for iOS 7.As we all know that Apple is going to launch new iOS 7 at WWDC 2013 on June 10 reports suggest that Apple is testing new iOS 7 which include Airdrop.Even last year reports claimed that new iOS Continue reading
So you love your Apple device? But don’t you think voice quality of Apple speakers are not as good and loud as your desktop with expensive speakers or your beats audio laptop.
Now using Shaiport4w you can actually turn your PC/Laptop into Airplay enable audio device and best part is it’s free.
Microsoft’s second step in advertising against Apple as Microsoft launched a comparison website (Click Here to see).Microsoft has picked the Asus VivoTab Smart, Dell XPS 10, HP Envy x2, and its Surface RT to compare against a 32GB and 64GB iPads.
Most of the comparisons are valid and fair — including battery life, weight, and display size — but Microsoft appears to be singling out Office apps as a benefit without noting Apple’s alternative. Continue reading