Tag Archive: Anymore


Fixing “The application ‘Application.app’ is not open anymore” Mac Error

One of the more brilliantly worded Mac errors you may encounter is the curious “The application ‘Application.app’ is not open anymore.” message. This error is often seen when trying to interact with Preview, Finder, Steam, or many other apps either through one of the apps related files or through the app itself. Once you see … Read More

Instagram won’t force you to be square anymore

Instagram is no longer a photo sharing service just for squares. The company today announced that it will finally support portrait and landscape photos and videos with its latest updates on Android and iOS. Since making its debut five years ago, Instagram has only ever supported square images. To upload portrait or landscape snaps, you […]

Apple doesn’t want you posting your messy iOS screenshots on the web anymore

It seems like a strange thing, but people who write about iOS apps on the web are often ashamed of their status bars. When they post screenshots of an app, they feel embarrassed by the fact that they don’t have…

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Thanks To Apple,TextExpander Can’t Automatically Update Snippets Across iOS Apps Anymore

TextExpander, the amazing utility that allows you to type a quick shortcut (or “snippet”) and have it expand into any text you want, has been in a bit of trouble with Apple recently. The maker of TextExpander, Smile Software, was…

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Verizon: You Can’t Upgrade Your iPhone Early After 20 Months Anymore

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Even as companies like T-Mobile try to loosen the restrictions and obligations you sign up for when you get an iPhone, Verizon is tightening them up. The nation’s largest wireless carrier has just announced that they are ending their early upgrade eligibility program, which allowed customers on a two-year contract to upgrade their devices every twenty months. Instead, you’ll have to wait until your contract expires.

The announcement was made in  [Read More…]

Sorry, Scammers, But You Can’t Bait And Switch iOS App Screenshots Anymore, Says Apple

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Apple announced on its developer site today that it will be locking down the images submitted along with apps once they are approved for the App Store, locking scammers out of one more tactic used to scam naive app buyers into purchasing apps that may look just like popular games (like Pokemon or Minecraft). The tactic involved submitting apps with basic images for approval to Apple, then switching them out to infringing  [Read More…]

Sorry, Scammers, But You Can’t Bait And Switch iOS App Screenshots Anymore, Says Apple

iPhone Apps

Apple announced on its developer site today that it will be locking down the images submitted along with apps once they are approved for the App Store, locking scammers out of one more tactic used to scam naive app buyers into purchasing apps that may look just like popular games (like Pokemon or Minecraft). The tactic involved submitting apps with basic images for approval to Apple, then switching them out to infringing  [Read More…]

Consumers Aren’t In Love With The Online Apple Store Anymore According To New Survey

Apple has a reputation of excellent customer service. You can walk into an Apple Store and get your device fixed. You can play with an iMac or iPad in the store for an hour without a salesman trying to push you into buying.

Apple usually dominates customer satisfaction polls for physical retail locations, but their Apple Store website may need some help. Even though Apple is the most popular tech company  [Read More…]

Android Piracy Is So Bad, You Cant Even Charge For Apps Anymore

If you thought the iOS App Store had issues with piracy, think again. The Google Play store, home to over 500,000 Android apps, is in a much worse position. Apparently, piracy on the Android platform is such an issue that developers are, in a sense, beginning to give up.

The developers behind Dead Trigger, an FPS available on both Android and iOS, have decided to give up the fight, and are now  [Read More…]

HPs Not Even Pretending Not To Be Shamelessly Copying Apple Anymore [Image]

Meet the HP Envy 15, a laptop that Engadget says �unapologetically copies the MacBook Pro� but �stumbles in several critical areas� including being heavier than the MacBook Pro and having a worse display, touchpad (pictured), keyboard and battery life.

Completely shameless, no? It�s the tech equivalent of The Third Man�s Harry Lime selling counterfeit penicillin on the post-war Viennese black market. Accept no substitutions.

[via Reddit]