Popular photo manipulation app Prisma has been updated to allow offline processing of images for the first time. The photo app recreates images in the style of famous artists and gives shots a painterly aesthetic using neural networks, but up until now users needed an internet connection and wait for the app's Moscow-based servers to ...continue reading Photo Editing App 'Prisma' Now Supports Offline Picture Processing

Just when you were getting comfortable with last week’s beta release of macOS Sierra, it’s time to back up your data and get ready for another version. Apple on Monday released macOS Sierra developer beta 7, which is also known as Public Beta 6 to the general public. If you are participating in Apple’s Sierra ...continue reading macOS Sierra dev beta 7/Public Beta 6 now available

Twitter today announced that it is expanding its "night mode" option to its iOS app, allowing Twitter users to enable a darker mode suitable for reading tweets at night. Twitter first brought night mode to Android devices in July and after a beta testing period, the company is now ready to offer the option in ...continue reading Twitter's Night Mode Now Available for iOS

ZEISS has announced that its iPhone-compatible VR ONE Plus virtual reality headset is now available at Best Buy stores across the United States for $129. The headset has a universal smartphone tray that fits most smartphones with a screen size between 4.7 and 5.5 inches, including the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. iPhone users ...continue reading iPhone-Compatible ZEISS VR ONE Plus Headset Launches for $129

Facebook has released a new teens-only social app called "Lifestage" that asks users to create profiles by uploading video clips instead of filling in text fields. The standalone app is aimed at high school kids aged 21 and under, and doesn't require a Facebook account. Users are asked to select their high school and are ...continue reading Facebook Announces Video-Based Social App 'Lifestage' For High Schoolers

Apple has added banners to its U.S. website, iTunes Store, and App Store encouraging customers to donate to the American Red Cross to help support people who have been affected by the widespread flooding in southern Louisiana. Donation tiers available include $5, $10, $25, $50, $100 and $200, with all proceeds from donations sent to ...continue reading Apple Accepting Donations for Louisiana Flood Relief

Apple today seeded the seventh beta of iOS 10 to developers and public beta testers for testing purposes, just four days after releasing the sixth beta and more than two months after first unveiling the new operating system at its 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference. It is not clear what is included in beta 7, but ...continue reading Apple Seeds Seventh Beta of iOS 10 to Developers and Public Beta Testers

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play. Truly unique—and totally addictive—puzzle games don’t hit the App Store every ...continue reading Telepaint still holds up as a unique and addictive iOS puzzle game

Team messaging app HipChat has announced a new group video chat feature for premium users of the platform. The video conferencing option means HipChat Plus account holders can initiate a virtual meeting with another person and add up to 10 others to the call using an invite URL. Users also have the ability to share ...continue reading Team Collaboration Platform HipChat Adds Group Video Calling Feature

When setting up a new iOS device, there’s a certain cadence to the apps I install before anything else. Usually, the order goes something like: 1Password, Tweetbot, iA Writer, Outlook, Facebook, Slack, Dark Sky, Deliveries, and Facebook. From there, I will go through the Purchased tab in the App Store or install apps as I ...continue reading How to manage ZIP files on an iPad with PDF Expert