People with disabilities can now take advantage of Morse code typing in Google’s excellent Gboard keyboard for iOS complete with text-to-Morse suggestions.
Astropad apps have been refreshed with support for their tiny adapter, now available to pre-order, which turns your iPad into a second display that doubles as a graphics tablet.
Have you ever wanted to ask your Instagram followers in a Story to submit questions for you to answer? If so, your wish has been granted in form of a brand-new questions sticker.
Instagram’s Explore tab is still personalized according to your interests and preferences, but now automatically organizes content into topic channels that you can mute at will.
In preparing for the announced elimination of live streaming by Twitter, the popular third-party client Twitterrific has had to remove its watchOS component and other features.
Inbox fans, rejoice! Those horizontal black bars you see when checking email on your iPhone X are no anymore because Google finally updated the gesture-driven client with full support for the edge-to-edge OLED panel on Apple’s flagship smartphone.
Cosmic-Watch is out with its biggest update since the app launched in 2016. The virtual planetarium for mobile devices offers two new views and more.
Instagram Direct now lets up to four people conduct a video chat at the same time. In addition, the app is rolling out a redesigned Explore tab and new camera effects
iTunes Remote has an all-new look on iPhone and iPad and now supports iOS 12 and iPhone X. iTunes 12.7.5 is recommended with the refreshed iTunes Remote 4.4 app.
Following the introduction of voice controls in Alexa for Android back in January, Amazon has now implemented the same functionality in its iOS app so iPhone users can now check the weather, too, as well as ask questions and more.