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Now that you’ve got iOS 8 installed, one of the very first things you should do is try out some new keyboards, right? However, with the flurry of App Store updates that are happening, that’s a task in itself. So if you’re only interested in the best iPhone and best iPad keyboard apps currently available, follow along for our top recommendations!


SwiftKey

SwiftKey is one of the best selling Android apps of all time, and for good reason. Not only does SwiftKey come complete with a great text prediction engine, SwiftKey Flow on the iPhone lets you swipe your way through words in a snap. And if you like to use multiple devices, you can use SwiftKey Cloud so everything SwiftKey has learned about your typing style and all your custom dictionary data is available all the time, everywhere.

If swiping is your thing and you frequently spend time cross-platforming, look no further than SwiftKey.

TextExpander 3 + custom keyboard

TextExpander is a wonderful little utility that lets you store custom snippets of text that you use frequently. Before iOS 8, TextExpander’s capabilities were contained into its own notes app, but not anymore. TextExpander 3 + custom keyboard brings your snippets to you anywhere you use a keyboard. Just type your shortcuts and voila, TextExpander takes care of the rest.

If you work with a lot of templates or already use TextExpander elsewhere, TextExpander 3 + custom keyboard is a no brainer.

Swype

Swype, like SwiftKey, lets you use swipe gestures in order to make out words. For those that like customization, Swype comes with five different themes. One unique feature of Swype that many other keyboards don’t seem to feature is a traditional number pad when the number key is toggled, which some users may particularly appreciate. And as expected, Swype should get smarter the more you use it and pick up on words as you type them and use them more and more often.

If you want custom themes and a dedicated number pad for faster number entry, check out Swype.

Fleksy

Fleksy does a great job of combining traditional tapping with intuitive gestures. For example, if Fleksy predicts something incorrectly, just swipe back anywhere on the keyboard. To toggle between predictions, just swipe up and down. You can also change themes in the Fleksy app itself as well as choose between smaller and more compact versions of Fleksy.

For a completely customizable and unique way of typing, be sure to give Fleksy a try.

Minuum

Minuum offers great predictions in what’s an easy to use and sleek keyboard. You can even swipe down in order to view a completely compact keyboard. This mode adds bunches of letters but still manages to predict what you’re typing with surprising accuracy. Many people will love that Minuum offers a consistent experience that’s similar to the default iOS keyboard, but shows more prediction suggestions.

For a minimal keyboard that gets out of the way, while still offering up more predictions than its competitors, Minuum is what you want.

Your vote for best custom keyboard in iOS 8?

If you’ve been playing around with third party keyboards from the App Store, what ones have been your favorites and why? Be sure to let me know in the comments!









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One more chance to win a FREE iPhone 6 from iMore.com!

Posted by BMetts On September - 20 - 2014
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Leave a comment to this post for your chance to win a FREE iPhone 6!

Here it is. The moment you’ve all been waiting for. We’re announcing the winner of the $ 500 gift certificate for an iPhone 6 from iMore… And we’re giving everyone else a 3RD CHANCE to win! Are you ready? Are you set?

Find out who won, and how YOU can still win… after the break!

The winner is:

Charissex3

Congratulations Charissex3! We’ll be in touch via email to get your information for the prize!

EVERYONE ELSE: Keep reading, because you’re not done yet!

A ton of you were able to pre-order last week. A bunch more of you were in line last night at stores all over the world to get your hands on your new iPhone. We also know not everyone can upgrade right now, so here’s what we’ve got for you.

We’re giving away ANOTHER $ 500 gift card to ANOTHER lucky iMore reader!

That’s right! FREE. No strings attached. All you have to do is be a registered member of iMore and leave a comment below. You have a week to get your entry in, so get to it! We will announce the lucky winner next week here on the blogs.

The rules: One comment per person. If we find you trying to cheat and enter multiple times, you will be disqualified. The contest is open worldwide, so anyone can enter. And the prize is just the phone, any contract and accessories are the responsibility of the winner. Good luck!









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Family Sharing is a new feature in iOS 8 that lets your entire family share purchases from both iTunes and the App Store without having to share the same Apple ID. More than that, parents require that younger children ask permission before purchasing content. You can then receive a request and either accept or deny it right from your own iPhone or iPad. To get started with Family Sharing, you’ll need to perform a few steps in order to set it up.


What you need to know about Family Sharing

Family Sharing lets you add up to six family members. All the devices must be running iOS 8 or above in order to work. Once added, you get instant access to each other’s purchase and can view and download them on demand just as you already can from your own account. However, every purchase made from that point forward will then be charged to the family organizer’s iTunes account. So keep this in mind. The only exception to this is if the individual iTunes account has enough store credit in order to cover the purchase. If that’s the case, store credit from individual accounts will always be used first.

If you decide to remove someone from Family Sharing, they will be able to access any content that was purchased up until that point through their own Apple ID. The same thing happens if you decide to disable Family Sharing. Each individual Apple ID will then have access to all the content up until that point. Anything purchased afterwards will not be accessible to removed members.

Overview of Family Sharing features

  • Share music, movies, books, tv shows, and any other purchased content instantly
  • Family Photo Stream lets you automatically share photos with other family members
  • Share family calendars and still have your own personal calendars as well
  • Share locations so you always know where your family members are
  • Locate family members’ devices from any other device in the family group via Find My iPhone
  • Ask to Buy feature lets parents require children under 18 to ask permission before purchasing iTunes and App Store content, you can accept or deny requests remotely

Limits on creating Family Sharing groups

Keep in mind that you can only set up and delete two Family Sharing groups a year. That means that if you start a family group and then delete it, you can only initiate the process one more time. After that, you have to wait a calendar year before creating yet another family group. Keep this in mind and remember it’s always better to delete members and not actually close down a Family Sharing group unless you actually have no need for it anymore.

You also can not impose purchasing limits on adults, in other words anyone over age 18. Children under the age of 13 will automatically have purchase restrictions enabled.

How to enable and get started with Family Sharing on iPhone and iPad

Whoever is going to be the family organizer is the person that should initially set up Family Sharing. As the family organizer, you are the one that will receive requests for purchases and more important, you are agreeing to pay for any purchases that anyone in the family group makes, adult or child.

  1. Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 8 or higher.
  2. Tap on iCloud.
  3. Tap on Set Up Family Sharing…
  4. Tap on Get Started.
  5. Tap on Continue.
  6. Sign into the Apple ID that you regularly use for iTunes and App Store purchases.
  7. Agree to the terms and conditions in order to continue.
  8. Tap Continue to confirm your payment method that’s on file. You are agreeing to pay for all purchases made in your Family Sharing group.
  9. Choose whether or not you’d like to share your location with your Family Sharing group.
  10. Tap on Add Family Member… in order to start adding people.
  11. Start typing their name and tap on them when they come up in order to select them.
  12. You may be asked to verify the credit card information you have on file. Once you do that, you should be done.

That’s it! Just keep adding members until everyone in your family is added. They will receive an email notification as well as a push notification on their devices asking them to accept your invite. Once they do, all purchases made from that point forward will be charged to the family organizer’s account. And they’ll instantly have access to everyone else in the group’s purchases.

If you’ve set up Family Sharing already, be sure to let me know what you think of it in the comments. And as always, if you have questions about the process or limits of the service, leave those to and I’ll try my best to answer them!









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iMore show 421: iPhone 6 buyers guide

Posted by BMetts On September - 18 - 2014
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The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode we dive into our annual iPhone buyers guide! Because, let’s face it, there are a lot of decisions involved when it comes to buying or upgrading to a new phone, even a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. 4.7- or 5.5-inch model? Silver, gold, or space gray finish? 16GB, 64GB, or 128GB storage capacity? There’s never been more to choose from! So which new iPhone 6 is the best one for you? Rene, Peter, and Ally will help you decide!

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Epic Games has released its Epic Zen Garden demo for iOS 8 users, a few months after the game developer showed off the Unreal Engine 4-based graphics demonstration at WWDC 2014 in June.

The free demo is set in a Japanese zen garden which has a number of interactive elements but isn’t really a game. Epic Games states:

We created Epic Zen Garden to showcase Unreal Engine 4 using Apple’s new Metal API. Metal enables developers to create very detailed scenes with very low CPU overhead. Now you can easily throw thousands of individual objects into your world while maintaining high framerate. Even better, low CPU overhead means less battery usage compared to OpenGL ES. Metal also supports offline shader compiling. This means we can do a lot of shader processing on the Mac instead of having to do it every time the application starts. Add it to the high-fidelity graphical capabilities and easy-to-use toolset of Unreal Engine 4 and you have the perfect combination to create breathtaking mobile experiences.

If you have installed iOS 8, what do you think of this example of high end graphics via Unreal Engine 4 and Metal?

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OmniFocus 2 for iPad is out and brings a number of changes and improvements. For one, the iPad-specific app, adds support for iOS 8′s Extension and also delivers a fresh new UI. And if you need even more power, you can upgrade to Pro with in-app purchases.

Here’s what’s new with OmniFocus 2:

  • NEW Meticulously revamped user interface, designed for speed and comfort

  • Reliable sync using our free service or your own server

  • A flexible hierarchy: keep all your to-dos in one list or use as many levels of Folders, Projects, Groups, and Actions as you need to stay organized

  • Assign contexts based on location, people, energy level—whatever you need to get the task accomplished

  • Plan your day’s errands by listing nearby location-based contexts or viewing them on a map

  • NEW Sharing Extension captures content from any app that has a Share button

  • NEW Today Extension shows you OmniFocus items due today right in Notification Center

  • Reminders Capture and OmniFocus Mail Drop for entering OmniFocus actions via Siri or email

  • NEW Interactive notifications for nearby and due items let you mark complete (or snooze) without even opening the app

  • NEW Edit and view estimated duration for actions

  • NEW Search shows results from the current view or your entire OmniFocus database

  • Add Photo and Audio attachments right on your iPad and view file attachments synced from other devices

  • The sidebar’s Forecast row shows you how much is due in the next few days; open the Forecast perspective to see your due items alongside events from your iOS Calendar

  • A dedicated Review perspective to make sure nothing falls through the cracks

  • NEW OmniFocus syncs in the background so info you enter on other devices is ready when you are.

Are you ready to upgrade? The app runs on the pricier side but delivers a lot.









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We’re not really sure as to what the fox says, but if you ever fantasized about being a goat, consider this your lucky day, as Goat Simulator is now available for the iPhone and iPad.

A seminal game such as this requires no description, but if you really need to know what you’re getting with Goat Simulator, here it is:

  • You can be a goat
  • Get points for wrecking stuff – brag to your friends that you’re the alpha goat
  • MILLIONS OF BUGS! We’re only eliminating the crash-bugs, everything else is hilarious and we’re keeping it
  • In-game physics that spazz out all the time
  • Seriously look at that goat’s neck
  • You can be a goat

In-app purchases, you ask? Coffee Stain Studios hasn’t heard of them yet. The game costs $ 5, and for that price you get all the goat-smashing madness you can ask for (and then some). Seriously, there are some weird bugs in this game.

So what are you guys waiting for? Download the game from the link below, and watch your day get significantly better.









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A really big update to the hit casual game Clash of Clans introduces a new unit and increases the maximum upgradeable level on many others. The Lava Hound is a new type of flying tank that can take the hits while other units move in for the kill.

You’ll need dark elixir and a Dark Barracks to cook him up, and once air defense takes him down, he’ll explode into a bunch of tiny lava pupppies. Barbarians and Archers can be upgraded to level 7 now, Archer Towers to level 13, and Dark Barracks to level 6.

There are plenty more additions though. Here’s the full changelog for Clash of Clans 6.253.4.

Lava Hound

  • This brand new flying Dark troop loves to hunt Air Defenses

  • Tough and reliable, it takes tons of damage before erupting into many smaller units!

New Upgrades

  • Barbarian & Archer level 7, Archer Tower level 13 and Dark Barracks level 6

Balancing and interface improvements

  • Upgrade full rows of walls at once with the option to pay Elixir instead of Gold!

  • Hero heal times and Valkyrie training time are greatly reduced

  • Healers now stick to healing bigger groups of units

  • Replays show the attacking army, can be paused or will show time remaining if live

What do you think, clashers? Will Lava Hounds figure prominently into your attack strategy? Be sure to read up on our tips, tricks, and cheats for Clash of Clans if you’re just getting started with this insanely addictive game.









iMore – The #1 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch blog

Featured Image

A really big update to the hit casual game Clash of Clans introduces a new unit and increases the maximum upgradeable level on many others. The Lava Hound is a new type of flying tank that can take the hits while other units move in for the kill.

You’ll need dark elixir and a Dark Barracks to cook him up, and once air defense takes him down, he’ll explode into a bunch of tiny lava pupppies. Barbarians and Archers can be upgraded to level 7 now, Archer Towers to level 13, and Dark Barracks to level 6.

There are plenty more additions though. Here’s the full changelog for Clash of Clans 6.253.4.

Lava Hound

  • This brand new flying Dark troop loves to hunt Air Defenses

  • Tough and reliable, it takes tons of damage before erupting into many smaller units!

New Upgrades

  • Barbarian & Archer level 7, Archer Tower level 13 and Dark Barracks level 6

Balancing and interface improvements

  • Upgrade full rows of walls at once with the option to pay Elixir instead of Gold!

  • Hero heal times and Valkyrie training time are greatly reduced

  • Healers now stick to healing bigger groups of units

  • Replays show the attacking army, can be paused or will show time remaining if live

What do you think, clashers? Will Lava Hounds figure prominently into your attack strategy? Be sure to read up on our tips, tricks, and cheats for Clash of Clans if you’re just getting started with this insanely addictive game.









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With all the fuss about the recent iCloud hack, Apple CEO Tim Cook used his second interview with PBS host Charlie Rose to address issues around privacy. In addition to telling Rose and consumers how Apple is protecting your information, Cook also discussed Apple’s policies on employment diversity and its philosophy to instill change.

The Rose interview, which is the second part of a two-part mini-series, airs tonight on PBS.

Talking about privacy, Cook emphasizes that Apple is not in the business to collect information about its users.

The Mac, the iPhone, and the Apple Watch are the products that Apple makes and sells, not the collection of personal and private information, Mr. Cook says. “You’re not our product.”

And leading the charge for equality, Cook went on to talk about Apple’s workforce diversity, an issue that he has taken a stance on before.

“Everyone deserves respect,” Cook said.

Will you be watching Tim Cook on Charlie Rose tonight?









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