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Adobe has announced a new mobile product that joins its vast portfolio of mobile. Comp CC is now available for the iPad and is described as a 'lightweight composition app lets you quickly wireframe ideas for print, web, and mobile using actual assets'.
Speaking to TechCrunch, Adobe's principal product manager Will Eisley said that while creatives perceive the mobile environment as an extension of their creative workflow, they still start their design process with pen and paper. Comp CC allows designers to start the design process on mobile, and then use their existing assets in the Adobe cloud. Let's have a look at the main features of the app:
DIRECT TO YOUR DESKTOP - Export a native file to your choice of InDesign CC, Photoshop CC, or Illustrator CC. It automatically opens on your...
Apple is determined to sell the Apple Watch to consumers with high incomes. A fresh report coming from French publication iGen.fr suggest that Apple will open three stores-within-a-store located in high-end department stores in London, Paris and Tokyo.
Apples’s UK retail website has confirmed on its webpage that the Selfridges Apple Watch shop will open doors to business on Friday, April 10, at 9am local time. The shop will be situated on London’s 400 Oxford Street, and will be located just across a shopping hall where consumers can find many watch brands and luxury shops.
In Paris, the shop will open in the high-end Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris. It will be located on the department store’s second floor and will occupy four balcony sections in the arched setting....
MacRumors reports on two in-depth Apple Watch previews from Citymapper and Transit apps that give a great insight into how well-known iOS apps are adapting to the smaller interface of the Apple Watch. Both previews appeared on Medium.
Starting with Citymapper, this app is already a personal favourite of mine on iOS for the way in which it helps to route every step of your journey in a city, including simply being able to ask the app to “Get Me Home,” so it’s really interesting to see how that resourcefulness has been adapted to the confines of the Apple Watch.
Citymapper said that it noticed that its iOS app users were frequently turning their phones on and off during a trip as they moved around various different means of transit, and this was something they thought about when...
The Apple will officially become available at the end of the next month, but Apple is already busy behind the curtains training its retail employees and preparing everybody for the big moment. A fresh report coming from 9to5Mac is informing us that Apple has already made available for download a couple of apps. Here is the entire list:
MLB.com At Bat
Runtastic Six Pack
SPG: Starwood Hotels and Resorts
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
Yahoo Tourney Pick’Em
However, you should know that developers who are working on Apple Watch apps still cannot submit their Watch-specific updates, but it seems that Apple...
Instapaper is a tool for saving web pages to read later and it has about 2 million users. Many of these users come from iOS, as there is a special app for iPhone and iPad users, as well. And now the developer of the app has released a really useful feature which allows to read articles much faster. Here's how the official changelog sounds like:
Speed Reading! Breeze through articles quickly using speed reading while tracking the time you save across all of your articles
Lightning fast saves! The Instapaper save extension has been further optimized for speed and efficiency
Instant sync can be enabled in Settings to have new articles pushed directly to your device!
Tweet Shots: Share beautiful images of text selections or highlights to Twitter, and save space for your own thoughts!
Telltale Games’ episodic Game of Thrones series sees its third instalment arriving in the app store today. Entitled “The Sword in the Darkness,” the new episode begins with Asher, the exile, heading to Mereen in search of an army to take on the Whitehalls.
Meanwhile, over land and sea in Westeros, Mira must take on the deadly politics of King’s Landing, while still putting her family’s safety above all else. She also needs to choose her allies wisely or suffer the consequences.
Over in the north, the Whitehall occupation continues in Ironrath, the home of House Forrester. Gryff Whitefall is determined to prove himself to the family, leading to an escalation of brutality and violence, and forcing the Forresters to make some vital decisions.
Then over at the Wall, Gared finds out that...
The Apple Watch starts shipping from April 27, but it will actually be available inside stores from April 10. So, if you are curious to see how the device looks like and see it in action, you will be able to do so at Apple's retail stores, just to make sure that this is a product that you'd be interested in acquiring.
And now, according to an Apple employee, it seems that you will be able to book an Apple Watch try-on appointment also from April 10. Mark Gurman with the publication has some more details regarding this:
"Several Apple employees have told 9to5Mac that the booking process will actually begin on the 10th — the same day appointments will commence. Customers will be able to book 15 minute appointments, which are not necessarily required, via the Apple website on a computer...
Earlier today Facebook held their F8 Developer Conference. There were quite a few things shared during the event, but we broke down the three largest changes which Facebook is making/adding to their service. Here's the summary:
"On This Day" Feature - This is a new way to look at old stuff. It basically gives you a page every day to bring up photos which were on that same day in your past. In order to get to this "special page," you will need to "click on the On This Day bookmark, and search for “On This Day.” Alternatively, you can just head to facebook.com/onthisday.”
Third-party developers support in FB Messenger - This was the biggest change/upgrade that Facebook shared today. The company will be opening up FB Messenger to third-party developers so that they can make their own...
AppleInsider reports that the mayor of Yokohama in Japan has officially confirmed that his city will be getting the much-rumoured new Apple R&D facility in Japan, with work due to be completed next year.
According to the original source of the story, Japanese broadcaster NHK, Apple is to take over a section of an old Panasonic factory in the area of Tsunashima-higashi. The space that Apple will be using is over 269,000 square feet and takes up four stories.
Apple is said to be currently “greening” the facility so that it lives up to the company’s strict environmentally friendly standards. For example, recycled water will be used in the facility, and trees will be planted on the roof.
This is just the latest in a number of overseas R&D facilities either opened or currently in the...
The Apple Watch goes on sale this April, and Apple is using a lot of resources to make sure that its retail employees know how to sell it. According to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman, in order to showcase and sell the Apple Watch, retail employees will be trained to provide personal fashion and styling advice to customers.
Until now, workers's task in Apple Retail consisted in recommending iPads, iPhones and Macs with just a few few styling options. Now, it seems that they will have to become more knowledgeable regarding fashion tips.
Apple's retail employees will have to build trust with customers and offer them "personal fashion and styling advice." Here are some more details from Gurman:
"Apple is pushing for retail employees to initiate conversations that build trust, enabling the...
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