On this week's iOS Today with Leo Laporte and Mikah Sargent:
- Our favorite apps & games of 2019: Pocket Casts, Apple Research, Day One, Text Case, Picstructions, Pixelmator, Vox, and more.
- News: The U.S. Navy has banned TikTok from government-issued mobile devices, Apple is reportedly working on satellite-to-iPhone data transmission technology, AirPods Pro have relatively low Bluetooth latency, ToTok is a popular app that's also a spy tool, San Francisco slightly walks back its facial recognition ban after it realizes employees can't use iPhones with Face ID, and Apple introduces specs for Made for iPhone flash and strobe accessories.
- Viewer Feedback: Digital library management, duplicate and similar photo removal on iOS, and permissions troubleshooting for photo apps.
- Leo's App Cap: Snowflake Weather
- Mikah's App Cap: GasBuddy
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- Day One
- Pocket Casts
- Dragon Friends
- New York Times Crossword
- Canary Mail
- Text Case
- Watchmen (2019 Edition) Kindle & comiXology
- Apple Research app
- TWiT Community
- Shinsekai Into the Depths
- Shark Blanket
- U.S. Navy bans TikTok from government-issued mobile devices
- Apple Has Secret Team Working on Satellites to Beam Data to Devices
- San Francisco quietly amends its municipal surveillance law to allow for Apple's Face ID
- Apple introduces specs for photography strobe accessories that augment iPhone 11’s flash
- Delicious Library
- Steve Jobs Biography
- Gemini Photos
- Theta Z1
- TWiT's favorite tech gadgets of 2019 - HOT