5/22/2013 04:37:00 PM - 0 comments
According to the latest iOS 7 rumors, Apple plans to add even more social media integration. Both Flickr and Vimeo look set to have Twitter and Facebook-like integration, which will allow users to simply tap in their passwords just once in the settings app and authorize any third-party movements from within their iOS infrastructure.
In a world that is all about social networking, any new integration is always welcome but we are surprised that Flickr integration hasn't come sooner considering how popular it already is. Apple added Twitter into iOS 5 before adding Facebook with iOS 6 and both of these features have been well received with customers. So it stands to reason that we should see further social media inclusion with iOS 7.
Apple has been trying to remove all remnants of Google from iOS and having removed Google Maps from the stock feature and replacing it with it's own Maps App in iOS 6, Vimeo integration in iOS 7 would certainly help iOS 7 users refrain from downloading Google's very own YouTube. Bringing Flickr and Vimeo into the heart of iOS will also make sharing content a lot easier and users will be able to upload their images and clips straight to two respective networks with ease.
We still have to wait another three weeks to see if all this holds true and the anticipated iOS 7 will be announced at the WWDC 2013 which begins on the 10th of June. If we do hear anything else about iOS 7 in the meantime, we will be sure to let you know.Read more...