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UPDATE: Shortly after posting this news item, Ive’s photo appeared back on the U.S. Executives Profiles page. In a strange move, Jony Ive’s picture has vanished from Apple’s online list of executives – although his profile page is still accessible… Read more ›     

There are quite a few web sites these days that will send you notifications when you visit them via Safari. Sites like NBA.com and the New York Times will drop you a dialog box when you visit them for the… Read more ›     

PDF Scanner Scans Double Page Spreads

PDF Scanner is a new iOS app that scans your paper documents and turns them into PDFs. The gimmick that sets this app apart from all the others that do the same thing is that PDF Scanner can auto-detect and… Read more ›     

Given its tremendous success over the past 12 years, it’s easy to forget that the whole iTunes concept was once a risky proposition people weren’t sure would succeed. Well, leap forward to the present day, and even the UK’s much-lauded… Read more ›     

Add Web Sites to Safari Favorites Page in iOS

Safari for iOS When opening a new page in Safari for iOS, the first thing seen is the “Favorites” page, which is basically a collection of website recommendations and bookmarks. That Favorites page is what you see when you have no active pages open in both normal and private mode, and also what you see when you tap the [+] button to open a new webpage in Safari.

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Add Web Pages to Safari Favorites Page in iOS

Safari for iOS When opening a new page in Safari for iOS, the first thing seen is the “Favorites” page, which is basically a collection of website recommendations and bookmarks. That Favorites page is what you see when you have no active pages open in both normal and private mode, and also what you see when you tap the [+] button to open a new webpage in Safari.

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Search for Text on a Web Page in Safari with iOS 7

Safari icon Finding words and searching for text directly on webpages in Safari post iOS 7 has changed slightly, and though there seems to be significant confusion about how to use the new find words and phrases feature, rest assured the feature has not been removed from Safari, the find feature is just accessed slightly different than it was before.

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MyFlavors Auto Rips Recipes From Any Web Page

myflavorsMyFlavors for the iPad is a clever recipe app which auto-rips recipes from the web and separates out the various components, tidily parsing out and filing directions, ingredients, photos, the description and the cook time. The app is free, but requires a $5 in-app purchase to actually do more than try it out. I currently […]

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Well done, Apple.Apple just sent out an email announcing that it has a new System Status page for developers who want to track what’s going on with the still-down Dev Center after it was apparently hacked a couple of days ago. The email apologizes for the “significant inconvenience” caused by the downtime, and assures developers that it’s [...]

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That's a lot of listening.Podcasts came onto the scene in 2001, getting onto iTunes in 2005, and have slowly “transformed the media landscape,” according to Apple’s new iTunes splash page celebrating a milestone one billion podcast subscriptions. Those billion subscriptions are held up by 250,000 unique podcasts across over 100 languages. More than eight million episodes have been published [...]

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