And here we are again with the most important recent updates from the App Store! Are we going to them?
The celebrated camera app for iPhones has introduced support for Apple's latest smartphone lineup.
To take advantage of the iPhones 11 Pro's triple camera, the app's development team has added a new “tactile” lens selector, which uses Haptic Touch to switch between cameras – after getting used to it. With the gesture, you can jump between them without even looking at the screen.
Halide's new lens selector
The 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max iPhones have another unique feature called Lens Guides. With it, you can see on screen exactly what will be cropped (and enlarged) in an image with each lens present in the device. All handsets in the new line also have their own version of Smart RAW (which is not only available on the ultra-wide lens, for reasons we explain). on here) and the ability to capture images at depth in the wide-angle lens.
Meanwhile, iOS's best-known PDF utility has gained an update dedicated to iOS 13: we now have system Dark Mode integration, application of PencilKit for even more integrated and realistic use of Apple Pencil, multi-window support for more editing. productivity and gestures on iPadOS to get you up and running faster.
The “writing environment” was another one to get an iOS 13-focused update. The app adapts to the system's Dark Mode, adds update-style icons, supports opening multiple windows and seamless integration with the new app. Shortcuts for setting up recipes and tricks that will save you time.
In addition, we have support for files in Dropbox folders or external drives, and the addition of contextual menus to the library and sheet list. In iPadOS we even have our own quick edit mode.
Ulysses for macOS has also come with new features such as Dropbox's ability to sync app sheets and Voice Control compatibility.
With the latest app update, users can make podcast playlists, or even add episodes to playlists – thus creating an ideal multimedia experience to play and forget about life.
There is no mystery to that: just select the episode you want, tap the three dots icon and add it to the playlist you want.
One more that got on the iOS 13 tram: Starting with iFood version 9.21, users can use the “Sign in with Apple” option to sign in to the app.