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  1. Apr 2019
    1. In a new article, the New York Times details a little-known technique increasingly used by law enforcement to figure out everyone who might have been within certain geographic areas during specific time periods in the past. The technique relies on detailed location data collected by Google from most Android devices as well as iPhones and iPads that have Google Maps and other apps installed. This data resides in a Google-maintained database called “Sensorvault,” and because Google stores this data indefinitely, Sensorvault “includes detailed location records involving at least hundreds of millions of devices worldwide and dating back nearly a decade.”

      Google is passing on location data to law enforcement without letting users know.

  2. Mar 2019
    1. The Apps that made our list are selected after proper research and app trials done by the coolest hipster developers in our company.

  3. Jan 2019
  4. Dec 2018
    1. Beyond Limits - The Many Benefits That iOS Apps Can Bring to Your Business

      IOS Apps are everyone's friend. If you thinking that iOS apps and their analogous mobile devices are too youthful for your taste, it is time to change that mindset and embrace reality- the reality that iOS apps are actually a wide-open convenience for your business's expansion. To illustrate exactly how they can help you, we have come up with the following benefits that iOS apps can bring to your business:

  5. Oct 2018
    1. A completely different Service Workers’ storyThis section was added on Feb, 8th.Apple followed the Service Worker API, but it creates an entirely different story of what it is and what we can do with it in the future. The main differences appear when Apple says:“To keep only the stored information that is useful to the user, WebKit will remove unused service worker registrations after a period of a few weeks. Caches that do not get opened after a few weeks will also be removed. Web Applications must be resilient to any individual cache, cache entry or service worker being removed.”https://webkit.org/blog/8090/workers-at-your-service/That is a huge change! At Chrome, Firefox, Samsung Internet, and other browsers, a Service Worker registration is not going to be unregistered automatically, and we can rely on being there in the future. That’s why an installed PWA will be able to work offline in the future. But with Apple’s idea of a service worker, there is no guarantee that the service worker or the cache will be available in the future. It might be if the user comes back to the web app within “a few weeks.” I know, the web app should work anyway while online, but we can’t guarantee one of the key concepts of PWAs: offline access.
  6. Aug 2018
    1. In addition to using the catalog for the 2017-2018 school year, school performance data for the past three years has been uploaded into the app. Altogether this year, 120 teachers and almost 1,500 students will benefit from this solution in Alba Iulia. With e-album iulia, available on Android and iOS, tourists have access to information about the city's main objectives, and local businesses can hold dedicated campaigns.
  7. Sep 2017
    1. A system-wide Share extension

      This is something I would like for my iPhone as I use the share sheets a lot, but I'm not sure how widely they are used.

    1. We’re working on that. The next supported browser is likely to be Firefox.

      Is there an appetite for an app perhaps? EndNote has one, and I use t a lot as part of my digital workflow as I move from phone to tablet, and sometimes desktop. It seems to me that to tether us to a desktop (even if it is a laptop) is becoming somewhat anachronistic these days.

      I'm also curious about how accessible hypothes.is is. Can you comment on that? I mean from a WCAG perspective.

  8. Aug 2017
  9. Dec 2016
  10. Aug 2015
    1. Accessing a Webpage
    2. In Share extensions (on both platforms) and Action extensions (iOS only), you can give users access to web content by asking Safari to run a JavaScript file and return the results to the extension.
    3. On both platforms, your custom JavaScript class can define a run() function that Safari invokes as soon as it loads the JavaScript file. In the run() function, Safari provides an argument named completionFunction, with which you can pass results to your app extension in the form of a key-value object. In iOS, you can also define a finalize() function that Safari invokes when your app extension calls completeRequestReturningItems:completion: at the end of its task. A finalize() function can use items your extension passes in completeRequestReturningItems:completion: to change the webpage as desired.
    4. Create a JavaScript file that includes a global object named ExtensionPreprocessingJS. Assign a new instance of your custom JavaScript class to this object.
  11. Apr 2015
    1. First and foremost, the preview builds have been renamed. They're no longer named Technical Previews; they're now Insider Previews.

      Works for me.

  12. Dec 2014
    1. Paste Out Overview Share your cloud clipboard within your devices and computers What can Paste Out do for you? You can rapidly paste out your content from your mobile device to your computer cursor. We have an impressive use case for you: Free voice recognition on your desktop.

      Paste out is a very productive system for sharing clipboard