With apps like TikTok and Byte offering people creative ways to piece together short videos, it’s no secret the format is becoming more popular by the minute. That’s why VSCO, the photo-editing app, has officially launched its latest multimedia tool called Montage. With Montage, you can use your own content to stitch together different scenes for a collage-like video. To add to each scene, you can also tack on or layer in different shapes, adjust the opacity of colors, flip or mirror images, and more. Let’s just say if you
The App Store has no room for coronavirus apps. So reports CNBC, which notes that Apple is rejecting apps related to the virus unless they were “submitted by a recognized institution.” What qualifies as a recognized institution isn’t exactly clear, but we imagine groups like the World Health Organization would be in the clear. The App Store developer guidelines make no mention of recognized institutions, either. We reached out to Apple to confirm the report, but received no immediate response. The move by the tech giant appears to be aimed
The new Family Safety Mode allows parents to access the Screen Time Management feature.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon created the Internet of Things (IOT) assistant app that is designed to scan IOT devices.
TL;DR: Organize all your financial accounts in one place with a lifetime subscription to the Wallet Personal Budgeting App for $34.99, a 20% savings as of March 6. It’s no secret we live in a fast-paced world where we use chips on cards for almost all our purchases. The checkbooks of yesteryear are deceased, making it a little bit more difficult to see the bigger picture and a little bit easier to spend frivolously. Never fear, though, that’s why apps were invented, right? It’s true what they say; there really