First beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 now available to public testers

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Apple on Wednesday seeded the first beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 to public testers. Those in Apple’s beta program can download the new beta through the Updates tab in the Mac App Store…. Read the rest of this post here


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Windows 10 testers get access to experimental Sets features

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Microsoft took some major cues from browsers to create Sets, which lets you group together Windows apps in tabs. Now, the tech giant is rolling out experimental features to testers that give Sets tabs evenmore browser-like behavior. If you're a Windo…
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Google Voice recruiting testers for new Wi-Fi (or mobile data) calling feature

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For mobile users juggling a bunch of different devices, Google Voice can be something of a godsend. Not only does it let you share a single point of contact through which people can reach you no matter which phone or tablet you’re carrying at the moment, but it does so without requiring the party on the other end to install a specific app — everything travels over regular voice calls and text messages.

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Apple Seeds First Public Beta of tvOS 11.4 for Public Beta Testers

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Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming tvOS 11.4 update to its public beta testing group, one day after providing the beta to developers and a little under a week after releasing tvOS 11.3, a minor update that introduced a few smaller features.

The tvOS 11.4 public beta can be obtained by going to the Settings app on the Apple TV and navigating to the Software Updates section under “System.” “Get Public Beta Updates” will need to be toggled on, and once it is, the Apple TV will download the beta software.


tvOS 11.4 and iOS 11.4 reintroduce AirPlay 2 features that were included in early iOS 11.3 and tvOS 11.3 betas but were pulled from the update ahead of its release.

AirPlay 2 is designed to let you play the same audio content on multiple devices throughout your home, full a whole-home audio experience. AirPlay 2 works with the Apple TV, the HomePod, and it will work with future speakers that implement AirPlay 2 support.

Following the installation of iOS 11.4 and tvOS 11.4, the Apple TV will once again be listed in the Home app, as it was when AirPlay 2 features were available in iOS and tvOS 11.3 betas.

No other major feature changes were discovered in the tvOS 11.4 beta that was provided to developers.

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iOS 11.4 Public Beta 1 Download Now Available For Testers

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You can now get iOS 11.4 public beta 1 download as tester registered on Apple Beta Software Program. Here are the details.

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‘Agent Wonky’ is a Silly Twitch Game from the Maker of ‘Tap Hero’ that’s Looking for Beta Testers

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Back in August of 2016, developer Michał Walaszczyk released Tap Hero [Free], a twitchy arcade game that challenged your left/right dexterity in a similar fashion to games like Timberman [Free] and many others. It also had some gorgeous pixel art and a great “feel” to the mechanics, and we enjoyed Tap Hero enough to award it our Game of the Week when it released. Now Walaszczyk has taken it upon himself to learn Unity and jump from 2D pixel art to full 3D polygons for his next release. The upcoming game is called Agent Wonky, and it too has a similar twitchy style to Tap Hero in that you’ll be blasting away bad guys approaching from either side of the screen, but you’ll do this by matching the direction and type of swipe that each bad guy has floating above his head. It’s a mechanic that reminds me a lot of the fantastic The Firm [Free], as some enemies have red colored arrows over their head which indicates you’ll need to swipe in the opposite direction that the arrow points to, and that’s the type of thing that will twist your brain into knots as the speed of the game increases and the pressure mounts up. Here’s a few gifs showing what Agent Wonky is like in motion.

That top gif is a sample of the general gameplay, the second gif is a look at the many unlockable characters in the game, and the bottom gif is a look at what happens when you mess up a swipe: Basically Agent Wonky gets scared and runs away arms flailing. Since mid-November when Walaszczyk first announced Agent Wonky he’s been keeping a developer blog going in the thread in our forums, and this is the exact type of thing I love seeing on TouchArcade. You can see what humble beginnings the game started from, and then over the course of months you’ll see vast improvements until finally the game is in a very playable state and is even at the point of needing beta testers. That’s pretty much where Agent Wonky is at now, so if you’re interested in testing the game drop by that forum thread and let the developer know. There’s also WAY more gifs and information about the game to check out there too. Hopefully a lot of testers sign up and whip the game into shape so it won’t be too much longer before we’re all enjoying some Agent Wonky silliness.

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Lucky Kat’s Multiplayer Dogfighting Game ‘ThunderDogs’ is Looking for Beta Testers

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It seems like only last week that we were at GDC 2018 checking out the new game called ThunderDogs from Beat Street [Free] developer Lucky Kat, and in fact it WAS just last week! This new game follows in the footsteps of the .io multiplayer game craze, but has a level of polish that you don’t typically see in the genre. It’s a dogfighting game that takes influence from games like Starfox and Luftrausers, and it’ll have you manning an aircraft and zipping around trying to shoot down other players while collecting different power-ups and hopefully avoiding being shot down yourself. Here’s a pretty kick ass animated gif showing the frantic action of ThunderDogs.

At the time we saw it last week, ThunderDogs was pegged to be about a couple of months away, and now Lucky Kat is at the point where they’d like to recruit some beta testers to get some feedback and get the game in shape for release. If you’re interested in testing this one, visit the thread in our forums where you’ll find a link to sign up for beta testing. In case you missed our hands-on demo from last week, be sure to check that out for a more in-depth look at a work-in-progress version of the game, and hopefully ThunderDogs will be arriving in just the next couple of months.

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Apple Seeds Seventh Beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 to Developers and Public Beta Testers

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Apple today seeded the seventh beta of an upcoming macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 update to developers and public beta testers, one week after seeding the sixth beta and over a month month after the release of a macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 Supplemental Update to address a bug that could cause apps to crash when receiving a character from the Indian language Telugu.

The new macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 beta can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center or through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store with the proper profile installed.


macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 includes bug fixes and performance improvements for issues that weren’t addressed in macOS High Sierra 10.13.3.

The update offers support for some features that are available in iOS 11.3, like Messages on iCloud, which uploads all of your iMessages to the cloud. It will also support Business Chat, a feature coming when iOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.4 are released to the public, and it includes support for eGPUs. Apple released release notes for macOS High Sierra beta 6 in certain countries, providing details on what’s included in the update. The notes are below:

– Adds support for Business Chat in Messages in the U.S. and Canada
– Adds support for external graphics processors (eGPU)
– Fixes a graphical corruption issue affecting some iMac Pro apps
– Adds a keyboard shortcut for moving to the rightmost open tab in Safari by pressing Command +9
– Adds a feature for sorting Safari bookmarks by name or URL
– Fixes a bug that could prevent links from appearing in Messages
– Improves protection o confidential data by filling usernames and password fields in Safari only when selected
– Displays new warnings in the Safari Smart Search Field when interacting with forms that require credit card data or passwords on unencrypted web pages
– Displays more information on how personal data is used by certain features

The macOS 10.13.4 update also brings the smoke cloud wallpaper that was previously only available on the iMac Pro and it introduces a warning when opening up a 32-bit app as part of an effort to phase them out.

In the future, Apple plans to phase out 32-bit Mac apps, just like it did with 32-bit iOS apps. Apple says macOS High Sierra is the last version of macOS that will support 32-bit apps without compromises.

We’re nearing the end of the macOS High Sierra beta testing period and a release could come any day now.

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tvOS 11.3 Beta 6 For Apple TV Released To Developers And Public Testers

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Apple has just released tvOS 11.3 beta 6 for Apple TV to both developers and public beta testers. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Android 8.0 Oreo and EMUI 8 rolling out to Honor 7X beta testers this week

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When it launched, one of the biggest disappointments with the Honor 7X was that it shipped with Nougat out of the box. Not too long ago, however, Honor put out a call for beta testers to get the first glimpse of Oreo and EMUI 8 on the budget device, and now the time has come for that beta to start rolling out.

Honor FUT (Friendly User Test) participants received an email this afternoon indicating that they would receive the Oreo beta by the end of the week.

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