Modojo has gone back to basics this week, keeping one eye on the feeds and the other on the streets in an effort to stay on top of all the latest in mobile-oriented news. iOS 11 in particular is looming just beyond the horizon, meaning developers are gearing up for added feature support and new opportunities to reach wider audiences. Of course, Nintendo wasn’t one to disappoint either this week, as the company has announced new demos and upcoming games that are sure to satisfy. Buckle up, knights and nobles, it’s time for the Modojo Rewind.
Unlocking The Potential Of iOS 11
A number of Apple fans are gearing up for iOS 11, the latest version of the tech giant’s mobile operating system that’s set to make its formal debut later this year. Among many of the operating system’s latest features is a new native screen recording application that allows users to take video footage of any app they use on their mobile device. For it, we’ve put together a new guide on how to use the iOS 11 screen recording app.
The process is fairly straightforward, and, even better, current iOS users can download and install the iOS 11 public beta in order to check out the screen recorder as well as other new features. In addition to an incoming renovation, iOS is also about to gain access to a number of new and interesting games. Developer Red Hook Studios has announced that their 2D dungeon crawler Darkest Dungeon is coming to iPad with touch-enhanced controls, and Square Enix has recently announced a forthcoming 64-bit update for the iOS version of their hit turn-based RPG Final Fantasy Tactics.