iOS 9 officially launched Wednesday, September 16 and in just over 2 and a half months adoption rate for the new iPhone OS has reached 70%.
Right now Apple News is only available for those in the USA or those who jumped onto the Public iOS 9 beta early. Apple News really is like Safari Reader view in reverse and whilst feature lacking unlike Zite, Apple News is becoming a regular go to daily used App for me.
Given the latest malware scare on for the iPhone one might think that the prospect of jailbreaking your iPhone might not be so appealing. Yet there are those looking to jailbreak iOS 9 onwards. Pangu Jailbreak suppress the latest iPhones and offical iOS releases.
You know what people really seem to love iOS 9 either that or they just really hated IOS 8. Reports are abound that the adoption rate for Apple’s latest mobile operating system is that 57%
It was my great pleasure to interview Dean Murphy of [Crystal – Block Ads, Browse Faster]. At the time of recording was number 1 in 16 countries around the world in the App Store. We cover many topics, so much so that it’s a 2 parter edition of the Rampant Mumblings.
Given the weekends announcement that Marco Arment, the developer of Peace and other great apps, decided to pull his offering, this podcast is strangely on topic for once. It was my great pleasure to interview Dean Murphy of Crystal (crystalapp.co). We cover many topics, so much so that it’s a 2 parter edition of the Rampant Mumblings.
A lot has been said how Apple News is going to be the ruination of mobile advertising along with content blocking. Yet all Apple news really is just Safari “Reader” view with bookmarks. Essentially instead of going from a webpage to “Reader” view the process has been reversed.
Once you install a content blocker, go to Settings > Safari and scroll down to Content Blockers. Flip the switch to enable/disable your content blocker(s) of choice.
Not so long ago the developer from murphysapps.co wrote a small ad blocking, content blocking script using jSON and the effects on the imore.com site were amazing. Taking the page size down from 14mb to 2mb. Much more mobile and data friendly as you’d agree.