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This May Be The Greatest GIF Messaging App Ever

Surprisingly, despite all the websites and apps dedicated to absolutely nothing but GIFs, there really aren’t that many that let you turn yourself into your own ever-looping bit of internet infamy. But today, JibJab’s new custom GIF messaging app is filing a void in our hearts we didn’t even know existed in the first place.


You Can Now Get Popcorn Time On Your iPhone

Despite rumours of its demise, Popcorn Time is alive and thriving. So much so that you can now install the torrent-surfing app on your iPhone. Of course, you’ll have to jailbreak it first.


I Ditched My iPhone And Spent Three Months With Android

For five straight years, I spent an inordinate amount of time staring at the screen of an iPhone. I’m not alone in that, but I am usually quick to buy new models and even quicker to download new operating system updates. Perhaps I’m a little too quick, because earlier this year my enthusiasm got the best of me.


iOS 8.1 Code Reveals Apple Pay Settings And (Maybe) Touch ID For iPads

The roll-out of iOS 8 hasn’t been a smooth one, but new reports suggest that a fully-fledged 8.1 update may not be far away. MacRumors reports that the first beta developer release of the next iteration of the OS contains setting for Apple Pay, which is set to launch October — along with references to Touch ID for iPad.


Apple's HealthKit Now Sends Medical Data Right To Your Health Records

iHealth was the first company to sell a medical device through Apple, so it’s only natural it’s also the first to fully integrate its products with Apple’s HealthKit. That means all the data iHealth’s connected monitors and trackers collect not only gets sent straight to the app, it’s also automagically logged in your electronic health record.


Our Favourite Android, iOS, And Windows Phone Apps Of The Week

You’ve almost done it. You’ve almost made it through Monday. Time to reward yourself with these delicious apps.


Disabling The iOS 8 Features You Might Not Actually Want

By now you’ve no doubt downloaded and installed the shiny new iOS 8 on every device you own that can take it, but what if Apple doesn’t know best? What if some of the new features are a hindrance rather than a help? You can’t turn back the clock completely, but you can disable some of the changes ushered in with iOS 8. Lifehacker has a great guide of its own, and we have a few more to add.


Can't Go Back Now: Apple Stops Supporting iOS 7

With every new iOS update, there are bugs and glitches. Oh man, were there ever glitches with iOS 8. For a brief time, if you knew how, you could go back to the sane stability of iOS 7. Not anymore — Apple stopped signing iOS 7.1.2 on Friday afternoon.


What iOS Still Needs To Learn From Android

Now that iOS 8 is finally in the hands of millions, it’s worth taking a step back to look at just how far Apple has pushed your iPhone’s capabilities — and how much farther it still has to go. Especially compared to what Android lets you get away with.


Freebie Friday! 100% Free Apps For iOS, Android And Windows Phone

At the end of each week, we bring you a list of the latest free mobile games for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone. Deals this week include MotionGolf for Android, Buddyman: Kicks for iOS and Fuzzy Boom for Windows. Download them all without spending a cent!


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