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Xiaomi готовит к премьере конкурента iPad Pro - ProstoMob

Компания Xiaomi сделала неожиданный анонс. Как оказалось, она готовит к премьере новый планшетный компьютер с 12,4-дюймовым дисплеем. Китайский вендор опубликовал официальное изображение Mi Tablet 5 Pro. На нем новый планшетный ПК можно рассмотреть с обеих сторон. Подробности Изображение

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How to access Netflix games on iPhone and iPad | iMore

Here's how to access Netflix games on iPhone and iPad, allowing you to make the most of your subscription.

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Banish is a new Safari extension that removes those annoying 'Open in App' prompts | iMore

Banish is a new app for iPhone and iPad that removes that annoying 'Open in App' banner you see all of the time in Safari.

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1Password 8 arrives on iPhone and iPad with whole new look and more | iMore

1Password 8 has been released for iPhone and iPad, bringing a new look to the popular password manager.

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AliveCor Turns Mobile Devices Into Low-Cost Heart Monitors, Raises $3 Million – TechCrunch

AliveCor, developer of a low-budget electrocardiogram (ECG) recorder that works in conjunction with a variety of mobile platforms (including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices), has raised $3 million in Series A funding, the company announced this morning. The financing round was led by Burrill & Company along with Qualcomm, acting through its venture investment arm, Qualcomm Ventures, and the Oklahoma Life Science Fund.

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Fanhattan App Helps You Choose What To Watch On The iPad (Update) – TechCrunch

There are plenty of apps that let you watch TV and movies on your iPad: Hulu Plus, Netflix, Vudu and even trusty old iTunes. But how do you know what's available out there? Guess what! There's an app for that. Fanhattan just launched on the App Store, and it's all about discovery. When you load up the app, you have two options: Movies or TV. From there, Fanhattan groups content into genres like Hottest, Newest, Top Rated, Critic's Picks, and Oscar Award Winners or Emmy Nominated Shows. But that's pretty ba

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Local Recommendations App Alfred Hits iPad, Plans To Add Deal Curation Soon – TechCrunch

Local recommendations mobile app Alfred has arrived in a new, iPad-optimized format (iTunes) which includes deeper integration with Facebook. The optional Facebook Connect sign-in feature enables Alfred to better learn about its users' preferences by mining Facebook data for likes and check-ins. Alfred, which comes from a startup called Clever Sense, is focused heavily on its use of algorithms to surface recommendations as a differentiating factor between it and other, similar applications.

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Walmart Goes Mobile With New Apps For iPhone & iPad – TechCrunch

Walmart is launching an updated iPhone application and a new iPad app, in an effort to better connect customers' offline and online shopping experiences. The iPhone app in particular brings a number of new features, including voice-enabled shopping list creation, barcode scanning and integrated manufacturers' coupons, while the iPad app offers the ability to find items both online and at the local store.

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Become An Artist With Mixel’s Remixable iPad Collage App – TechCrunch

Mixel is a new iPad app that just hit the App Store, but it's also a new art medium. Mixel allows users to assemble collages by manipulating images pulled from their device, Facebook photos, and Bing search. It's different from glue and paper cut-outs and existing collage apps, though, because every finished Mixel creation is publicly available for other users to pick apart, remix, and share. Forget the sanctity of something hung in a gallery, Mixel's tag line is "Please touch the art".

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Practice Fusion, #1 in EMR With 25M Electronic Medical Records, Debuts iPad App – TechCrunch

With great power comes great responsibility, and in few places is that more true than the healthtech industry. Practice Fusion is the leading provider of electronic medical records, now helping 130,000 doctors to track records for 25 million patients, the company's CEO Ryan Howard told me today. That's over 3x the EMRs hosted by Kaiser Permanente or the VA. Practice Fusion is free for doctors and patients. It monetizes through a marketplace for labs, pharmacies, and drug companies who pay for preferred pla

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Fanhattan TV Discovery App Migrates To The iPhone – TechCrunch

While there are plenty of Apple fanbois out there with the full arsenal of i-branded goodies, not all of us have the cash to afford an iMac, MacBook Air, iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. While Fanhattan is probably the best movie/TV discovery app on the market right now, it has thus far excluded the iPhone crowd. A huge, media-hungry bunch that aren't used to be left out of anything (at least where apps are concerned). Well, no more. After some hard work to rescale the app for a smaller device, Fanhattan is now avail

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Fanhattan Beefs Up Selection With New Content Partners: Crackle, Lifetime, And PBS – TechCrunch

I've always enjoyed using the Fanhattan app. It's smart, available on both iPhone and iPad, and just makes getting to what I want to watch easier. Period. But there was one small gripe I had. In fact, it's not even a gripe. It's just how we all feel about anything good: we want more. Fanhattan has this great Smart Browse system that lets you filter down content by genre, rating, release date, service providers, and then choose how you'd like that content to be sorted. The only problem is that the more filt

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Distimo’s Year-End Report Shows Why Developers Love iOS: iPhone 4x Android Revenue, iPad 2x – TechCrunch

There are now over a million mobile applications available across the top seven major app stores, according to mobile analytics firm Distimo in its year-end report for 2011. And, not surprisingly, the iTunes App Store is still the one to beat, especially if you're a developer looking to make a profit. The iPhone App Store generates about four times the revenue that is generated by the Google Android Market, the report finds, in terms of total revenue generated by the 200 highest grossing apps. Meanwhile, t

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Last-Minute Gift Guide 2011: iOS Apps – TechCrunch

Looking for a quick last-minute gift? Not feeling up to fighting the holiday traffic, crowds and checkout lines? Just too lazy busy to shop? Then you may want to consider giving the gift of an iOS app. You can gift any paid app from iTunes on your computer or from the app's description page on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Just scroll down past the screenshot and look for the "gift this app" button. All you'll need is the recipient's email address to complete the transaction.

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Nearly 40% Of Facebook Users Are Mobile App Users – TechCrunch

According to new data from Benedict Evans for Enders Analysis, the number of monthly active users of Facebook's mobile apps recently passed the 300 million mark. This is primarily due to heavy use of the iOS and Android apps, but it also takes into account apps that run on BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Phone, iPad and feature phones. That number equates to roughly 40% of Facebook's currently disclosed 800 million active users.

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The Daily To Come Pre-Installed On Verizon Android Devices Starting With Samsung Galaxy – TechCrunch

The Daily, News Corp's tablet news reader app, will no longer be iPad-only. A deal has been struck with Verizon to pre-install an Android version of the app on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 this month, with more Verizon Android devices to receive The Daily in the future. Verizon customers will get week's free trial of the app before the $4 a week / $40 a year subscription cost kicks in. This distribution deal could significantly increase The Daily's readership and sales by relieving Android users from having

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Instant Messaging Service Imo.im Launches Real-Time Social Network – TechCrunch

Imo.im, which you probably know as the multi-platform free instant messaging product for the web and mobile devices is launching its own real-time social network today. For now, the network is only accessible online, but the company says it will soon integrate the new features into its mobile app lineup, which currently includes apps for the iPhone/iPad, Android, BlackBerry and Nokia devices.

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Bleacher Report Arrives On iPad With New Team Stream App – TechCrunch

Bleacher Report, the popular site for sports fans now boasting 22 million uniques per month, just released its Team Stream app for the iPad. Similar to Team Stream for iPhone and Android smartphones, the new Team Stream HD app features news and analysis and supports push notifications for breaking news. This is the first tablet-optimized experience from the company, but it's not the only one: the company is also pushing out an iPad-optimized HTML5 browsing experience, too.

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Fanhattan Adds A Personalized News Feed To The Mix, Lets You Read While You Watch – TechCrunch

We've been following the Fanhattan iPhone/iPad app from the very beginning, when it was exclusively available for the iPad and only had a handful of content partners. But the app has come along way in a short time — migrating to the iPhone and adding new content — and is today announcing an update that offers up way more functionality and content, though it may not be the kind of content you'd expect.

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Showyou Rolls Out All-New iPad App With Improved Video Discovery, Better Social Tools – TechCrunch

Social video browsing app Showyou just launched version 3.0 of its iPad application, a major update with a ton of new features. Competing in a hot space with competitors like Fanhattan, Shelby.tv, Squrl, Vodio and others, Showyou offers a grid-like view for browsing the videos your friends are sharing on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube and Vimeo. Once connected, you can watch any of the over 30 million videos indexed by the Showyou search engine. With version 3.0, four months in th

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Making Learning Fun For Kids, Everything Butt Art Launches Its First iPad App – TechCrunch

You know what's funny? If you Google "how do you get kids to learn" (sans quotes, even), the first result goes to this TechCrunch blog post about an app that lets kids draw butts on the iPad. Really! The post details the company called Madbrook (aka Everything Butt Art), which launched at TechCrunch Disrupt NY in May. It's the brand behind a series of printed books, all of which are meant to teach creativity and step-by-step drawing while using humor and silliness to appeal to the young demographic. Now,

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New From The Makers Of Nosh: NoshList, A Free Waitlisting App For Restaurants – TechCrunch

Firespotter Labs, makers of the food photo-sharing app Nosh (and more recently, the hilarious spoof app Jotly), is launching its latest creation today called NoshList, a new waitlisting application for restaurants. The app, designed for the iPad, ties into to the company's consumer-facing Nosh mobile app, which allows users to rate and review restaurants and dishes from their mobile phones.

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Flipboard’s Latest Brings Cover Stories To The iPad, Plus A New French Edition – TechCrunch

Flipboard is rolling out the first major update to its social magazine tonight since its December launch on the iPhone. The new release brings the iPhone app's most popular feature, "Cover Stories," to the iPad's bigger screen. Now, iPad users will see a large, double-tiled pane on the first page of their Flipboard app. There, you'll find a mix of stories popular among your friends, those that are popular across Flipboard's network, as well as those that are uniquely relevant to you. Also new in tonight'

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PlanGrid Builds A New Market For The iPad: The Construction Industry – TechCrunch

Mark this up as one more crucial chapter in the much-thumbed book called "The Consumerization of IT": a new app has launched from a Y Combinator-backed startup that offers builders the ability to store, manage and view blueprints on and iPad tablet. The unique selling point for PlanGrid, as the app is called, is that it promises to present building blueprints in a far more efficient way than they have been presented before. But on a more general level, PlanGrid is a sign of how the iOS platform is maturing

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The Barber Of Infinite Loop: How The iPad Could Give Microsoft A Serious Revenue Haircut – TechCrunch

After Apple pushed its 25 billionth app this weekend there was nothing especially surprising about the list of all-time paid apps for the iPhone: games and novelty apps dominated it. But the list of all-time paid apps for the iPad was somewhat revealing. Pages, Apple's word processing app, was up there at number one. Numbers and Keynote were on the list as well, as well as Penultimate, QuickOffice Pro HD, Notability and Splashtop Remote Desktop. Almost 25 percent of the list was comprised of productivity a