Twitter has released a new update for its official app, for Mac OS X.
If that shocked you, you aren’t alone. Even Twitter feels so, and mentions in the change-log, “Don’t call it a comeback!”.
Be that as it may, Twitter for Mac 4.0.0 does in fact bring in a plethora of new features.
No app would be complete without a Dark Theme, would it? Mac OS X users now get to enjoy the app with an optional Dark Theme. And may I remind you that the Windows app still doesn’t have one?
Twitter for Mac now supports inline video playback, thus allowing users to play videos in tweets, directly within the app directly in your feed. And GIFs [...]
Apple’s laptops are quite renowned for their performance, which quite often outperform those running on rival operating systems (read Windows).
Despite recent improvements in Mac OS X, towards optimizing the battery life, it has been found that these aren’t particularly effective.
No, we aren’t talking about the issues with Google Chrome. Although, the Mountain View company’s browser was indeed found to be a massive battery hog on Apple’s laptops, earlier this year. These issues were fixed in some updates released a few months ago.
A new report (by Kirk McElhearn) has emerged which claims that MacBooks suffer from a huge [...]
Apple has released a new update for its latest operating system, El Capitan.
The Cupertino company had launched the major update OS X 10.11, back in September.
But sadly, the new version was riddled with miscellaneous bugs, and was especially heavily criticized by users of Microsoft Office 2016, and also by users of Office for Mac 2011.
Users had reported that their Outlook mail app wouldn’t sync. A month later Apple issued an update called OS X 10.11.1, which focused on fixing the reported issues, along with a slew of new emoji, said to be around 150.
Nearly two months later, Apple has released OS X 10.11.2 to its users. But unlike its predecessor, [...]
Popular cloud storage service, Dropbox, has announced some major news.
The desktop app of the service is finally available in a native 64-bit version for Apple Mac OS X.
64-bit apps are significantly better than 32-bit apps, in that they are more faster and more secure. It is common knowledge that 32-bit architecture has severe hardware limitations, especially when it comes to the supported amount of RAM on machines. 32-bit computers can only use upto 4GB of RAM, which is quite uncommon in today’s systems.
Many popular apps such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox have 64-bit versions available to support modern machines.
Linux users already have [...]