Apps for Creating Living Photos

If you’ve ever been on a vacation to a beautiful place, you’ve likely tried to capture the moment with a photo. If you look back on your vacation pictures, however, you will often find that the photo doesn’t truly capture how it felt to be there. A picture provides only a tiny, static window into

iPad Multitasking in iOS 9

One of the biggest complaints about the iPad, and iOS in general, has been it’s limited support for multitasking. When iOS first launched, each app had to close completely when the user returned to the home screen. It wasn’t until iOS 4 launched in 2010that Apple allowed some specific tasks, including music and location services,

WWDC: Search in iOS 9

This Monday, Apple held their World Wide Developers Conference, WWDC. This annual event is where Apple typically announces the next generation of their software and services. This year was no different, with Apple announcing Mac OS X El Capitan and iOS 9. As with every year, a lot of new features were announced for Apple

Smartphones and Virtual Reality

When the Kickstarter for the Oculus Rift went up, it started a renewed interest in the idea of virtual reality; an idea that had seemingly died in the 90s. Now that Oculus has shown their consumer version this week, and Valve has announced its Vive headset, it looks like 2016 will finally be the year

Apple Watch Apps Explained

Last month, Apple released WatchKit to the developer community. WatchKit is the set of software tools used to develop apps for Apple’s new wearable, Apple Watch. For the first time, we can see what is really going to be possible when the new device launches next year. It turns out, there will be a number

Meet Our Team – Daniel

How long have you worked at Push? I’m currently on my second internship position at Push. I worked here last summer, then took a break for school, and now I’m taking some time off of my degree to get more experience. I’ve been at Push for almost a year in total. Why did you become a

Our Favourite Apps – An App Review – 360 Panorama

Daniel is a Quality Assurance Engineer with Push. Here is Daniel’s review on his favourite app: Favourite Mobile App 360 Panorama by Occipital Available Platforms iOS and BlackBerry10 What type of user do you think would enjoy this app? This app is great for photographers, travelers, or anyone who wants to capture a scene better than they could

What Can iOS 8 Tell Us About Future Apple Products?

This June, Apple announced the new version of their mobile operating system, iOS 8. This is the operating system that will power the upcoming iPhone 6, the new line iPads, and possibly be adapted to new products like a smartwatch or a new Apple TV. Although we don’t know much about these devices yet, some