Nintendo last week launched its newest iOS game, a mobile version of Animal Crossing called Pocket Camp, and it’s already being updated with new content in the form of a special holiday event.
Typical Animal Crossing games feature special events that take place on a regular basis, and it appears Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is no exception. The new Christmas-themed event will allow players to earn limited-time clothing items and craft holiday-themed furniture.
To get the holiday items, players need to fulfill timed goals and complete quests for visiting animals to earn candy canes, so the holiday gameplay is essentially identical to standard gameplay, but [...]
Google today updated its Google Maps app with official support for the iPhone X, introducing an improved layout on Apple’s newest flagship phone.
The Google Maps app displays full screen on the iPhone X’s taller display, with a search bar located at the top of the app and directions and information provided at the bottom of the app. The layout of the app makes the menu button at the top left difficult to access with one hand, but it looks better than it did before.
Along with iPhone X support, the new app also includes unspecified bug fixes.
What’s New in Version 4.41 Thanks for using Google Maps! This release brings support for iPhone X [...]
SiriusXM subscribers will be pleased to know that the iOS app was today updated with support for CarPlay, allowing the music service to be used with Apple’s in-car platform.
With CarPlay integration, the SiriusXM app will show up directly within the CarPlay interface, allowing for easier access to the SiriusXM app while in the car.
What’s New in Version 4.2.0 – We now support Apple CarPlay! Connect your phone in your car and tune to channels, on demand episodes, favorites, and more right from your built-in display. – Swipe to tune channels up and down
SiriusXM is a service that allows customers to stream radio online or in the car, [...]
Apple today announced it has launched a ResearchKit-based Apple Heart Study app, which uses the Apple Watch’s heart rate sensor to collect data on irregular heart rhythms and notify users who may be experiencing atrial fibrillation.
As part of the study, if an irregular heart rhythm is identified, participants will receive a notification on their Apple Watch and iPhone, a free consultation with a study doctor and an electrocardiogram (ECG) patch for additional monitoring.
„Every week we receive incredible customer letters about how Apple Watch has affected their lives, including learning that they have AFib. These stories inspire us and we’re [...]