Last fall, TNW Labs launched a new app called Push.co that allows you to receive news and other notifications on your iOS device. Starting today, the app now supports one additional service: IFTTT. With it, users can create their own recipes that will generate personalized push notifications at any time.
In honor of the occasion, TNW has made the Push.co app free through February 28.
TNW co-founder Patrick de Laive said about the integration, “IFTTT and push.co was love at first sight and since the introduction of push.co back in October our users have been asking for it. It just makes so much sense. So we’re thrilled we can finally geek out on all ‘If this happens then send me a push.co notification’ possibilities.”
via The Next Web.
If you hadn’t already marked it in your diary, tomorrow is another day for Apple to show off some new gear. It comes less than two months after the last event, which saw, of course, the new iphone 5S and 5C, both of which performed more than admirably on the sales front on their release. With “a lot to cover”–that’s all Cupertino is saying about the day’s activities–expect everything from the world of software to some hardware upgrades. But should we be waiting, breath-a-bated for Apple to dive into a brand new hardware category?
via Fast Company.
Just when you thought battery life couldn’t run out any faster on the iPad or iPhone, enter iOS 7. One of the biggest complaints about the the new mobile operating system is how easily it drains your battery.
There are a few basic things you might be doing to make precious hours of running time slip away. Here are a few quick fixes to keep iOS 7 devices powered for much longer.