Parental control apps for iOS or Android devices are worth their weight in gold. Especially since the internet is largely unregulated and kids are techy ninjas who can find pretty much anything online at lightning speed. Starting at an alarmingly young age, most can operate a device better than the adult(s) in the house.
Today on the 20 Minute Fitness podcast’s ‘How Technology Can Help’ mini series we are back with our favorite health & fitness apps of the month special. As July is definitely the month of vacations, you might feel a bit off track with your exercising routine. Which is exactly why our theme for this month is ‘staying in shape on-the-go’.
Summer is here! The weather is heating up, kids are out of school, and it’s almost time to head to the pool. Only downside? Additional free time can tempt your family to spend more time on their phones. However, phone apps don’t have to increase screen time – apps can also be tools for planning family adventures and quality time. Take a peek at our list of the best free apps to help bring your family together this summer.
Apple today unveiled several innovative technologies that make it dramatically easier and faster for developers to create powerful new apps. SwiftUI is a revolutionary development framework that makes building powerful user interfaces easier than ever before. ARKit 3, RealityKit and Reality Composer are advanced tools designed to make it even easier for developers to create compelling AR experiences for consumer and business apps. New tools and APIs greatly simplify the process of bringing iPad apps to Mac. And updates to Core ML and Create ML allow for more powerful and streamlined on-device machine learning apps.