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One More Thing… New apps and games, documentaries and forgotten tools on the Mac

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One more week comes to an end, and like every Saturday, it’s the perfect moment to review the current events in the Spanish blogosphere and everything interesting that has been published on the Apple theme. This week we will see some new applications and games as well as things we have forgotten we have on the Mac. The One More Thing begins…

  • We start with TodoAppleBlog , where soccer fans will receive good news, PES 2017 will soon arrive on the iPhone and even if you’re from Fifa, you’ll love it because it looks like it has excellent graphics.
  • Don’t like Safari or Chrome? No problem, as they tell us in SoyDeMac , the new version of Opera for Mac has a perfect integration with social networks.
  • This week Instagram has taken an important step by allowing you to upload photos from your browser. And this is excellent news for iPad users, as it means they can upload photos from the iPad, they explain in iPadizate.
  • Apple music continues to create exclusive content, this week they have launched the new Harry Styles documentary, if you want to take advantage of the weekend, you can see it now at Apple Music as they tell us from iOSMac .
  • Have you ever used Bonjour in Mac Messages? This protocol allows Macs to create an internal conversation network that does not require a server to operate. In Faq-Mac we are reminded of the advantages of this forgotten MacOS tool.
  • To conclude, I recommend reading a very interesting reflection by Julio Cesar Fernandez in Apple Coding . In a recent interview with Phil Schiller he was asked why he does not charge for app updates in iOS, Julio’s reflection on the subject is most interesting.

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