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Apple encourages the switch to 64-bit with 'not optimized for Mac' message

5 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

Today Apple started its push of 64-bit apps. The company's desire to banish 32-bit software and move everyone to modern, 64-bit versions is no secret and now it is starting the process of encouraging people to make the switch. With macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, messages will start to appear when 32-bit apps are run. They say "is not optimized for Mac" and they only appear once so as not to be a pest, but it's a gentle nudge for users and developers alike that the future for Apple is very much going to be based on 64-bits. Apple...
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9to5Mac Happy Hour 168: Red iPhone 8, 2019 Mac Pro, macOS 64-bit app transition

9to5Mac Happy Hour 168: Red iPhone 8, 2019 Mac Pro, macOS 64-bit app transition

5 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

This week Benjamin and Zac discuss Apple's new RED iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the wait for AirPower, the latest Mac Pro news, macOS High Sierra's 32-bit app warning, and watchOS 5 likely dropping old Apple Watch apps.
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Apple Now Informing Mac Users About 32-Bit App Support Ending

Apple Now Informing Mac Users About 32-Bit App Support Ending

5 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Companies are actively trying to push developers and users towards 64-bit apps as this has more or less become the standard now for both mobile and computing devices. Apple decided to ditch support for 32-bit devices with iOS 11 and it promised to make a similar move for Mac apps as well. The company has now started informing Mac users that 32-bit app support is going to end in the near future.
Apple made the initial announcement during its Platform State of the Union keynote at WWDC 2017. It told developers that macOS High Sierra would be the latest iteration of macOS to have support for...
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Apple Will Stop Supporting 32 Bit Apps Soon

Apple Will Stop Supporting 32 Bit Apps Soon

5 monthes ago   |   By Geeky Gadgets

Apple stopped accepting 32 bits in its app store back in January. The company will shortly stop supporting these apps. From June of this year all apps will need to be 64 bit, any older 32 bit apps will no longer be supported on Apple's Mac range of computers. It looks like Apple has now...
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Customizable Google Search widget starts rolling out for some

Customizable Google Search widget starts rolling out for some

Previously reserved for the users of launchers, the option to customize the Google Search bar widget has been a long time coming in the official Google app. Earlier this week... Read more ...

Top 10 Best Android Apps - Torrent - September 2018

Top 10 Best Android Apps - Torrent - September 2018

Torrents are usually mentioned in negative ways, as in ways to download illegal content, but there's a ton of legit content available via torrent websites, and in order to get... Read more ...

Instagram Brings GIFs To Instagram Direct, Powered By GIPHY

Instagram Brings GIFs To Instagram Direct, Powered By GIPHY

In Short: Instagram has just released a new feature to its app on both iOS and Android in order to allow you to send GIFs in direct messages. If you want to send a GIF to your... Read more ...

Google Admits Allowing Third Party Developers To Share Gmail Account Data

Google Admits Allowing Third Party Developers To Share Gmail Account Data

Google announced last year that it will stop scanning people's Gmail emails for keywords that may be used to target ads at them. A Wall Street Journal report in early July... Read more ...

Samsung Tackles Accidental Bixby Key Presses With New Update

Samsung Tackles Accidental Bixby Key Presses With New Update

Samsung is rolling out an update to its Bixby Voice app on the Galaxy Note 9 that brings a fix for accidental Bixby key presses. With the update installed, a new menu option... Read more ...

Customizable Google Search Widget Gets Wider Availability

Customizable Google Search Widget Gets Wider Availability

In Short: It seems like Google has started rolling out its customizable Google Search widget to more users, reports are saying so, and we've also received this option on one of... Read more ...

Clean Email Is A Comprehensive Email App, Not Free Though

Clean Email Is A Comprehensive Email App, Not Free Though

In Short: Clean Email is yet another e-mail app that you may find interesting, just in case you're looking for an Inbox substitute. Now, it is worth noting that you can try... Read more ...

Bear 1.6 for iOS 12 introduces Siri and search, better note navigation, and...

Bear 1.6 for iOS 12 introduces Siri and search, better note navigation, and sync improvements

The onslaught of app updates for iOS 12 continues today with Bear reaching version 1.6. Our pick for the best note-taking app for iPhone and iPad is ready for all iOS 12... Read more ...

HomeCam app for HomeKit cameras adds support for Siri Shortcuts, Apple Watch...

HomeCam app for HomeKit cameras adds support for Siri Shortcuts, Apple Watch app, more

HomeCam, the popular HomeKit app for iOS and tvOS that allows you to view multiple video streams from your HomeKit cameras simultaneously, has received a nice update today on... Read more ...

Kaia App Is Here And It Will Help You Treat Back Pain

Kaia App Is Here And It Will Help You Treat Back Pain

In Short: A new digital therapy app has just been announced, and it's called Kaia. This application is FDA-registered, and it uses AI and patent-pending motion tracking in... Read more ...