Apple Won’t Let Apps Advertise That They’re Free in Their Name Anymore

Apple (aapl) is barring developers from advertising the price of their app in its name — particularly if it’s free.Venture Beat reports that iTunes has been blocking submissions to both the App Store and Mac App Store when a developer tries to upload an app that has the word “free” in its name….

Link: Apple Won’t Let Apps Advertise That They’re Free in Their Name Anymore
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containerd Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

containerd (Con-tay-ner-D) has been extracted from Docker’s container platform and includes methods for transferring container images, container execution and supervision and low-level local storage, across both Linux and Windows. containerd is an essential upstream component of the Docker…

Link: containerd Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
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9 Official Windows Store Apps to Replace Popular Desktop Apps

Windows 10 might soon ask you to install the Store app, rather than its desktop version. If you’ve been wanting to try Windows Store apps

Desktop vs. Windows Store Apps: Which Should You Download?

Desktop vs. Windows Store Apps: Which Should You Download?
On Windows 10 and 8.1, you…

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containerd Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

Foundation fostering cross-project collaboration and growth of cloud native ecosystem
BERLIN – CloudNativeCon + KubeCon Europe – March 29, 2017 – T​he Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), which is sustaining and integrating open source technologies to orchestrate containers as part of a…

Link: containerd Joins the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
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5 Smart Steps: How to Create a Reminder App in Android

I’ve lost count of the amount of times my mother uttered the following phrase: “You’d forget your own head if it wasn’t screwed on so tight.” We tried everything – notes pinned to my jacket, string tied to my finger, writing notes on my hand. Of course, I’d forget my jacket, spend way too much time trying to remember why I had a string tied to my finger, and I’d wash my hands.

Link: 5 Smart Steps: How to Create a Reminder App in Android
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7 Best Gamification Fitness Apps

As anyone who’s ever tried to lose weight knows, the most difficult part of the process is sustaining long term will-power and momentum after the initial excitement and burst of hope. With fitness wearables and mHealth application consumption projecting to increase by more than 30% in 2015, the stage is set for an epic showdown between the rising global obesity issue and the technology driven dichotomy of the collectively deteriorating human will.

Link: 7 Best Gamification Fitness Apps
via wellnessforce.com

Google makes its Translate mobile apps available for users in China

Google has reintroduced its Translate mobile apps to China, where they can now be accessed and used without the need for software to bypasses local censorship. The U.tech giant left China more than seven years ago when it redirected its local search engine to Hong Kong and many of its services are censored in the country. Today’s low-key relaunch marks the first time it has revived a service specifically for users in China.

Link: Google makes its Translate mobile apps available for users in China
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