iOS App of the Week: Pluto TV

Slow TV Pluto

Pluto TV is a free, commercial-supported linear television service for cord cutters. It is best used on Apple TV, Roku or the PlayStation, but there is a mobile version available for watching television on your iPhone or iPad. Pluto offers a variety of free live channels including major news sources such as NBC News & MSNBC, Sky News and The Weather Network. It also includes a variety of specialty channels like Pro Wrestling, Stand Up and the Crime Network.

How to add a soundtrack to your Clips videos

How to add music and soundtracks to your Clips videos on iPhone and iPad.

With all the bells and whistles Clips has to offer, including Title Cards, overlays, filters, Live Titles, and editing tools, it would still be lacking if it didn't let you add music to your videos. A social media app like Clips has to have music if it's going to compete or share media with the likes of Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook, so of course Apple wasn't going to leave that out. Clips lets you add a soundtrack from a built-in library of themes or add music from your own library. Here's how to do it:

Hulu with Live TV arrives on App Store

Hulu with Live TV

The all-new Hulu experience has officially launched on the App Store. Subscribers can enjoy all of Hulu's on-demand content in a redesigned iOS app. One of the main attractions is the addition of live streaming TV channels, which are available as an account add-on for a higher price. The service includes over 50 channels, along with 50 hours of Cloud DVR storage for recording live feeds.

Apple AirPods smash customer satisfaction records

ColorWare AirPods

AirPods have broken new ground when it comes to customer satisfaction. The wireless headphones, launched in late 2016 are still in their first year of release. Consumers have registered the highest satisfaction compared to any new product in Apple history. According to Creative Strategies and Experian, fully 98 percent of AirPod owners are satisfied with their purchase.

Apple may reveal smart home speaker at WWDC

Mac Pro

Apple is poised to launch its own Siri-based personal assistant accessory, which would compete with the Amazon Echo and Google Home. In fact, according to Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities the chances of Apple revealing the new device at WWDC are over 50 percent. This year's developer conference is scheduled for June 5-9 in San Jose.

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