Publishers who rise to condemn new (and still unproven) ad-blocking features on iOS and OS X ought to ask themselves one question: Who needs whom the most?
Apple’s move answers the question. No need to think it’s building ad-blocking technology to monopolize the field to the benefit of its iAd platform whose revenue can’t “move the needle” for a company where revenue and profits mostly come from hardware (see the last 10-Q report page 25). Apple’s “ulterior” motive is making everyday use of its products more pleasant, resulting in more sales: the usual ecosystem play.
If you’ve got a music collection on Spotify or Rdio, it’s a no-brainer to spend $5 and have much or most of it imported into Apple Music; it’ll save you a lot of time. You just need to be patient.
Do your summer plans with your kids include going to the zoo or hightailing it off to a marine wildlife park or aquarium? Have you and your kids been snapping lots of photos? And are your kids busy building forts and creating things to play with? If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, here are some apps that can enhance your kids' already memorable summer.
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