In a clever move, Apple has leveraged the power of the Google Maps API (our Google Maps API Profile) to provide geotagging capabilities for iPhoto 2009, the latest version of its popular photo management software. Announced by Phil Schiller at MacWorld 2009, iPhoto 2009 is packed with several new features, including 'Places' which gives users the ability to easily assign geographic coordinates to their photos.
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||Apple's iAd Workbench API provides Advertisers access the Workbench server to manage their accounts and campaigns. The API includes methods to create campaigns, manage campaigns, and access campaign...||Advertising||11.30.2014|
||Apple's Metal allows developers to get maximum performance from the A7 chip for immersive console games, which can be ported to the iPad Air. It is designed for multithreading and there are tools to...||Games||06.12.2014|
||Apple's SceneKit is for casual 3D gaming. It enables developers to render games in 3D with better 3D graphics, a separate physics engine, a particle generator, and quick object scripting....||Games||06.12.2014|
||SpriteKit provides enhancements for the development of power-efficient 2D games for iOS. Developers can generate new lighting effects, add force fields, detect collisions, and improve in-game...||Games||06.12.2014|
||Apple's iCloud service now includes full, automatic syncing of files and folders across devices for iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite. This means everything is accessible from iCoudDrive. Utilizing iCloud...||Cloud||06.12.2014|
Mapping is one of the most popular categories on ProgrammableWeb. This article highlights different types of GIS, mapping and location-based solutions.
Minbox launched today with the intention to disrupt the already disruptive cloud storage space. Minbox lives as a Mac app that allows users to send files of any size in a fraction of the time other cloud storage providers offer. A quick glance at Minbox's homepage offers a video demo that shows the same file sent via Minbox and then dropbox. Where Minbox sends the file in four seconds, Dropbox takes over five minutes to upload and send the file.