iOS 7 just added a very important feature that many have been wishing for. You can now have a block list. You will not receive phone calls, messages, or FaceTime from people on the block list.
To block a personal all you have to do is press the (i) next to your recent calls list. Then just hit block caller. Or go into Settings –> Phone –> Blocked, and add a new blocked person. This will make filtering repeated spams callers so much easier.
Remember this is currently is iOS 7 Beta 1 and it may change for the final release of iOS 7 in that fall.
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Home+ : Explore Friends’ Photos and Status Updates, is a visually stunning Facebook App focused on your friends and photos they share. This application brings Facebook Home to the iPhone and adds some spice to it. You can quickly flip through photo updates from your friends in a beautiful layout.
This application is perfect for the person who is addicted to Facebook and wants to see all of the latest pictures super fast. You can then quickly chat, like, comment and share all with a click of a button. If you see a picture that you like you can easily edit it with built in photo editing software. You can quickly crop it, add filters, frames, text, and more.
Home+ : Explore Friends’ Photos and Status Updates is currently priced at just $0.99 and is a great buy for everyone addicted to Facebook. It just makes the whole experience so much more fun. With Home+ Facebook gets friendlier.
Here are a few quick tips to follow after you have purchased that app:
• Tap the Round icon to access extra features
• Tap the Messenger icon to flip to the online chat view
• Tap the Refresh icon to get new feeds
• Tap the Menu icon to open the launcher
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Apple has decided to allow everyone live streaming access of WWDC 2013. They want everyone with an Apple TV to be able to have access to the live stream. They just pushed out a WWDC app for the Apple TV that allows streaming video of the keynote.
If you do not have an Apple TV you can watch the live feed on Apple’s website on desktops, laptops, and iOS devices.
Tune in at 10:00am (Pacific) on June 10th to watch the event live.
Our predictions for WWDC is that we will see:
1. iOS 7
2. New Macbooks and possibly a new iMac.
3. Apple’s streaming radio service.
4. Possibly the iPhone 5S??? (Lets hope so!)
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Scuba Log, developed by Capylabs, is a handy little app for anyone serious about scuba diving. It is basically the Foursquare of diving. This app allows you to easily log all of your dives so that you can review them at a latter date.
With Scuba Log you can even share your dives and interact with buddies. Scuba Log allows you to connect with Twitter and Facebook. Once you have completed your dive you can quickly tweet the details or post it on your wall directly from the app.
Since Scuba Log is so interactive you can tag people you are diving with and there is even a buddy feed, so you can quickly see what your buddies have been up to and where they have been diving. The app offers some very basic features when logging your dive including: Dive Number, Date, Site, Bottom Time, Depth, and the ability to rate the dive. In order to save more details you will want to upgrade to the Pro version.
The Pro version of Scuba Log allows you to save pictures, log visibility, gas, and temperature. You can even save your certifications so that you have them all in once place. Another cool feature is the ability to view a map of all of your dive locations throughout the world.
Scuba Log is currently a FREE application on the app store. If you want to get the most out of this app I encourage you to check out the Pro version. This will cost you just $0.99. Overall I would have to say this is a great app for anyone who is passionate about diving and wants to keep a dive log on their iPhone. It is very easy to use and the design is very well done.
Swapviva, allows you to trade products and services with other Swapviva members. This is a great FREE bartering service. Its like a newer, more advanced, modern day Craigslist.
Once you launch the app you will want to sign into your Swapviva account or create a new account. Once you have an account set up you can quickly see what others have for sale or to barter. You can also use the search function to quickly find what you are looking for using specific keywords.
The controls are very easy just click on the tabs at the bottom to see your items, add a new item, or access your profile.
With your iPhone camera you can quickly take a picture and post anything very fast. Unfortunately you are only allowed to post 10 items for FREE. Once you have posted your items, other Swapviva members can search your items and make offers using items from their inventory to trade or simply pay you in cash. You will them have the option to leave a comment and accept or decline the offer.
Swapviva is currently a free application. Right now there are just a limited number of people using the app, so share it with friends and this could come in very handy to replace Craigslist and eBay.