In the weekly “Missing Apps” section, you can read about the apps from the past week that are worth checking out. We always discuss about five applications of IphoneAnd IPAD employment Mac. These may be apps that you may not have known, useful or just fun to try. These could also be older adults who have received a major update and are therefore receiving some extra attention.
Discussed earlier this week on iCulture:
iCulture App of the Week: Flighty
Do you travel a lot by plane or like to monitor the air travel of others? Flighty is one of the best apps to do that. Where Flightradar24 focuses a lot on enthusiasts and watchers, Flighty is more dedicated to private travel. With the update to iOS 15 Flighty also gets some useful new features. For example, the app supports time-sensitive notifications. Although you have Do not interrupt On, you will continue to receive notifications if your flight is delayed.
Flighty 2.0 also brings improvements to device tracking. Previously you could only see planes in your own environment. Now you can view all flights with the new globe as well. It is now easy to find them on Earth. Finally, we would like to mention the new function of displaying the aircraft in your area in the air with a maximum of 100 km. You can view the number of flights currently following the same route.
Attention movie editors! The popular LumaFusion video editor is very popular and now supports it too ProRes- Video On the IPAD employment Iphone. You can import, edit, and export such content on iPads using USB-C. Do you have iPhone 13 Pro? Then you can also take ProRes photos on this in the built-in camera app. In addition to this addition, the update also provides quick fixes for issues in iOS 15, so that you can use the app without any issues.
One of the biggest innovations on the iPhone 13 dates back to 2007. Then Apple introduced ProRes video technology and starting in fall 2021 you’ll also find this on the iPhone. It is the first smartphone with which you can shoot ProRes. But what are the benefits?
The iPhone has been supporting the Drag & Drop feature for a while now. This feature allows you to drag and drop files from the site. However, it is not quite as advanced as on a Mac. Younk changes that somewhat. The app describes itself as a bookshelf for everything you can copy, share and download. The app has its own keyboard with a shortcut for your bookshelf. You can quickly drag an image into the chat from here, for example. In the new iOS 15 update, Picture in Picture mode also works with files other than videos. Moreover, the app works best with the mice and keyboards on the iPad. There is also a version for Mac, but you have to buy it separately.
Want to use your iPad as a desktop? Screen shift can help you with that. You are supposed to connect your iPad to an external monitor using this app. Shiftscreen is built in special support for this. You need a keyboard and mouse. You can use this to browse the internet, edit documents, make video calls, and do more things on your external screen. On your iPad, you can do other things, just like a traditional desktop setup. It’s an interesting step in the right direction, although it’s still limited by iPadOS of course.
Since iOS 15, Safari extensions also work on iPhone and iPad. Keyword Search is one of the first extensions available. This installation makes it easy to search for all kinds of things on the Internet. For example, if you want to display a Wikipedia page about Steve Jobs, type “W Steve Jobs”. You can solve arithmetic operations by typing “WA 1 + 2”. WolframAlpha does the calculations for you. You can adjust how you want it to work.
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