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Apple quietly publishes public guide to iOS security

Finally some guidelines from Apple

Without fanfare, Apple has recently published an extensive guide to both the mechanics and the philosophy taken with regards to security in iOS, discussing the architecture, encryption, network security and interaction with other devices among other topics. The paper, which lays out the company's approach to security, basically demonstrates the advanced security concepts that have lead to such practices as the sandboxing of apps due to be copied into OS X Mountain Lion….





Cloud Music Sniper brings your Google Music library to any music player

Android Central

There is absolutely no doubt that Google Music is a fantastic service to have, if slightly limiting at times. The music stored in your cloud locker is only ever available to the official Google Music app which is frustrating for some. Oh for a world where Poweramp or Winamp could access all that music. Well that world is now, and Cloud Music Sniper can bring your music to your chosen music app. 

The previous incarnation was known as Google Music Sniper, but was suspended due to its name. The new version requires no root, and works by ‘sniping’ your offline synced music content and storing it in a new directory. This […]