API documentation
uCrawler uses HTTP REST API.


You need an API key to use the API.
Endpoints
Authentication
Use the X-Api-Key HTTP header
Get Group Latest Data
GET /api/group/{group_ID}/data/latest/

Returns latest news for a group
Get Group Popular Data
GET /api/group/{group_ID}/data/

Returns popular news for a group
Get data filtered by keyword
GET /api/filtered_group/{group_ID}/data/latest/

Keywords can be added in your uCrawler account interface
Example of curl request
curl 'https://yourdomain.newsbot.press/api/group/{group_ID}/data/latest/' 
-H "Authorization: Token {your_API_token}"
Example of response
HTTP 200 OK
Allow: GET, HEAD, OPTIONS
Content-Type: application/json
Vary: Accept

{
    "id": 1,
    "name": "IT News",
    "url": "/api/group/1/data/",
    "size": 2342795,
    "timestamp": 1534191839,
    "exists": true,
    "content": [
        [
            {
                "pub_time": 1534186879,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple pulled Group FaceTime calling from iOS 12 developer beta 7 and macOS Mojave developer beta 7 saying it plans to bring the feature back later this year.\nApple removes Group FaceTime from iOS 12, macOS Mojave betas until later this fall\nGroup FaceTime is one of the features Apple showed off in early June at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose. It took center stage for part of the keynote with the demo showing up to 32 people chatting at the same time.\nApple Rolls Out iOS 12 Developer Beta 7 for iPhone, iPad]\nApple’s developer release notes don’t say what Group FaceTime was pulled, but did say it’ll be part of a future software update “later this fall.”\nApple Announces iOS 12: Siri Skills, Performance, Improved Communication, Enhanced Augmented Reality\nGroup FaceTime seemed to work fine prior to the developer beta 7 releases. That said, Apple may have found issues with larger chat groups that pushed them to drop the feature from the betas for now. iOS 12 and macOS Mojave will be available as free upgrades this fall. The developer beta program is open to members of Apple’s developer program.",
                "title": "Apple Pulls Group FaceTime from iOS 12, macOS Mojave Betas",
                "url": "https://www.macobserver.com/news/product-news/group-facetime-pulled-ios-12-macos-mojave/",
                "image": "https://www.macobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/group-facetime-ipad.jpg",
                "leader": true,
                "source": "The Mac Observer",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "6500902123545385818"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534191752,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple promised us that we'd be able to use FaceTime to video chat with up to 32 people at the same time in iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave.\nWhile we're eager to try it, it seems we'll have to wait. Group FaceTime won't release with the launch of iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave, according to Apple build release notes spotted by 9to5Mac and confirmed to CNET by Apple.\nThe notes say, \"Group FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12 and will ship in a future software update later this fall.\"\nRemoving the feature from the initial iOS 12 release means Group FaceTime has been delayed. Of course, Apple has delayed other features in the past, including AirPlay 2 which didn't release until a year after it was unveiled. Hopefully the wait won't be as long with Group FaceTime. iOS 12 is expected in September.\nWith Apple adding this extra functionality to FaceTime, it may be time for the company to deliver on an old promise of letting non-Apple products use FaceTime.",
                "title": "Discuss: Delay: Apple just removed 32-person Group FaceTime from iOS 12 launch",
                "url": "https://www.cnet.com/news/delay-apple-just-removed-32-person-group-facetime-from-ios-12-launch/",
                "image": "https://cnet1.cbsistatic.com/img/IomPDsl4iKFzwV_5MZyN-SWfFGA=/724x407/2018/08/10/c2a101d8-e7a5-4c27-9cbf-74a2b379d195/group-facetime-macos.jpg",
                "source": "CNET",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "12974659289663626608"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534191624,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Among the new features that Apple has touted for iOS 12 is a group chat feature for the FaceTime video platform. With iOS 12, expected to be released next month, iOS device owners were supposed to be able to video chat with up to 32 iOS 12 users at the same time. The new iOS build was also expected to allow FaceTime users to wear an Anamoji digital mask while video chatting with other iOS 12 users.\nEarlier beta versions of iOS 12 did allow users to test the new FaceTime group chat feature, but continuing a disturbing pattern, Apple has delayed the release of the new FaceTime capabilities. In a statement, Apple did say that it will push out a software update this fall that will contain the new features.\n\"Group FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12 and will ship in a future software update later this fall.\"-Apple\nApple has recently delayed the release of its HomePod smart speaker from last December to this past February. It also has failed to deliver the AirPower wireless charging mat introduced last September. There is talk that the release of the Apple iPhone 9, with a 6.1-inch LCD display, will be pushed back to November after issues with the notch. Last year, the launch of the Apple iPhone X was delayed by nearly two months. And now this.\nApple hasn't explained the reasons for the delay, but if the new feature does become available this fall, iOS users might just have to wait a few weeks for it to arrive on their iPhone or iPad devices.",
                "title": "Apple delays group FaceTime feature that allows 32 people to video chat at once",
                "url": "https://www.phonearena.com/news/Apple-delays-group-FaceTime-feature-to-this-fall_id107734",
                "image": "https://i-cdn.phonearena.com/images/article/107734-two/Apple-delays-group-FaceTime-feature-that-allows-32-people-to-video-chat-at-once.jpg",
                "source": "PhoneArena",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "18130506178540753659"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534189269,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple has quietly removed a major feature coming to iPhone and Macs: Group FaceTime calls.\nThe Cupertino, California-based company removed Group FaceTime from the latest iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave betas, which were rolled out on 13 August, and it now plans to release the feature at a later date. Group FaceTime, which is designed to allow up to 32 people to simultaneously communicate together either via FaceTime audio or FaceTime video, won't arrive until later this autumn.\nIn release notes for both the iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave betas, Apple said Group FaceTime has been removed from the initial releases and will now \"ship in a future software update\" later this autumn. Apple was expected to launch iOS 12 alongside the next iPhones in September, with MacOS Mojave to immediately follow. Now, when the updates do release, Group FaceTime won't be included.\nThe feature, which has been available in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave since the first betas became available in June, seemed to work well when Pocket-lint tested it at a media event, so it's unclear why Apple has pushed paused on launching it, though this is a very common thing for the company to do. For instance, with iOS 11, Apple delayed features like Apple Pay Cash, AirPlay 2, and iCloud Messages.\nIf we had to guess, Apple will launch Group FaceTime with the first or second updates to iOS 12. We'll keep you posted.",
                "title": "Apple just pushed pause on launching this major iOS 12 feature",
                "url": "https://www.pocket-lint.com/phones/news/apple/145372-apple-just-pushed-pause-on-launching-this-major-ios-12-feature",
                "image": "https://cdn.pocket-lint.com/r/s/1200x630/assets/images/145372-news-apple-just-pushed-pause-on-launching-this-major-ios-12-feature-image1-hpwbytqnc2.jpg",
                "source": "Pocket-lint",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "12974395393195858679"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534188108,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "If you were looking forward to group FaceTime calls on iOS 12, you're going to have to wait a bit longer.\nVideo: WWDC 2019: The big productivity features from Apple's developer event\nIn June, Apple announced one of the biggest updates to FaceTime since its release. The popular video calling service was gaining group video calls, capable of hosting up to 32 people at the same time. There was even a fun, interactive demonstration on stage during WWDC that included Apple CEO Tim Cook and a host of other Apple employees.\nAlso: Apple releases iOS 12 public beta for anyone to try\nOn Monday, with the release of the seventh iOS 12 and macOS Mojave developer betas, Apple has removed the feature.\nAccording to 9to5Mac, the removal was mentioned in the latest release notes:\nGroup FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12 and will ship in a future software update later this fall.\nThe same release note is also included with the seventh beta of macOS Mojave.\nAlso: iOS 12: Release date, new features, and hidden features CNET\nZDNet has reached out to Apple, asking for more information about the removal, and will update this post when we hear back.\nGiven how unstable some iOS updates can be, I don't think I'll be switching on the iOS 12 automatic update feature anytime soon.\nOld iPhone running slowly? iOS 12 will speed it up, tests show\nApple's first iOS 12 beta is looking promising on performance improvements for older iPhones.\nHere's what the next iPhone needs to keep up with premium Android smartphones\nI went to an Apple store to find out if the employees are stupid\n",
                "title": "Apple removes Group FaceTime calling from iOS 12, macOS Mojave betas",
                "url": "https://www.zdnet.com/article/apple-removes-group-facetime-calling-from-ios-12-macos-mojave-betas/",
                "image": "https://zdnet4.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/r/2018/06/04/1c77421c-ad60-4bf4-bce3-05764bc2fd6d/thumbnail/770x578/28c8ab8060a0a8914df97d30bd0476aa/group-facetime.png",
                "source": "ZDNet",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "16112439538975726059"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534186945,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "iOS 12 introduced, to run on everything that runs iOS 11\nApple released the seventh beta build of iOS 12 today. The update is focused on performance improvements on older devices—a tentpole promise of iOS 12—but the beta release notes reveal something unexpected about the public release of iOS 12 later this year: the Group FaceTime feature won't make the cut.\nDemonstrated prominently in Apple's WWDC keynote event earlier this year, Group FaceTime would allow more than two people to participate in a FaceTime video call at once, with a presentation similar to that of longtime conference-call staple Google Hangouts. Apple has said Group FaceTime will support up to 32 simultaneous participants and that it will be supported on both macOS and iOS.\nApple's iOS 12 beta 7 release notes (PDF) note the removal of Group FaceTime from the beta (and from the eventual public release) with the following:\nGroup FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12 and will ship in a future software update later this fall.\nThe same line appears in Apple's notes for the latest release of the macOS Mojave beta.\nHow ARKit 2 works, and why Apple is so focused on AR\nIt is not unusual for features to be held back shortly before a major software release. In fact, iOS 11 initially launched sans several key features—most notably Messages in iCloud and the full feature set of AirPlay 2, which both eventually rolled out in iOS 11.4. iOS 12 will likely arrive alongside new iPhone models this fall. Features we do expect to see in the release include ARKit 2 for more advanced augmented reality applications, an overhaul of the Photos app, Siri Shortcuts, grouped notifications, and most importantly, significantly improved performance on older supported devices like the iPhone 6. iOS 12 will support all the same iPhones, iPads, and iPods that were supported by iOS 11.\nThe current version of iOS is 11.4.1. Released last month, it added a USB Restricted Mode to keep unwanted individuals (including, potentially, law enforcement) out of iPhones, and it fixed bugs related to AirPods and Exchange mail servers.",
                "title": "Group FaceTime will arrive at a later date, according to iOS beta release notes.",
                "url": "https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/08/group-facetime-wont-launch-with-ios-12-and-mojave-after-all/",
                "image": "https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/wwdc2018_groupfacetime1-760x380.jpg",
                "source": "Ars Technica",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "295862505674461900"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534186945,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "We hope you weren't planning a group FaceTime chat the very moment iOS 12 and macOS Mojave reached your devices. The release notes for Apple's latest iOS 12 and Mojave developer betas reveal that group FaceTime won't be available in either operating system on launch, and will instead arrive in an update \"later this fall.\" Much like Apple Pay Cash, you could be waiting weeks or months to try the tent pole feature.\nApple didn't explain why it was cutting the feature, but it has been working in previous betas. It's not exactly a simple chat implementation, though. Group FaceTime lets up to 32 people participate in a single audio or video conversation at one time, complete with shifting windows as participants speak up. The last-minute cut (iOS 12 and Mojave are expected in September) suggests Apple wasn't content with how well this many-person technology was working and decided that it was safer to push it back than irk users.\nWhatever the reason, it continues a pattern of Apple pushing back software that isn't quite ready for prime time. With that said, a fall release is better than what happened with iOS 11. Users had to wait until late May to get features Apple had announced nearly a year ago, including AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud.",
                "title": "iOS 12 won't launch with FaceTime group chats",
                "url": "https://www.engadget.com/2018/08/13/apple-delays-group-facetime-launch/",
                "image": "",
                "source": "Engadget",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "11234323732041652454"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534182139,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple is delaying its FaceTime group chats feature. While FaceTime group chats were originally scheduled for the iOS 12 release, developer Guilherme Rambo has revealed the feature has been removed in the latest iOS 12 beta 7 release today. “Group FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12,” reads a note from Apple to developers, posted by Rambo. Apple says the feature “will ship in a future software update later this fall.”\nGroup FaceTime chats will allow 32 participants in a video call, with tiles of people’s faces where you can manually select people to highlight them in the main interface. Apple’s delay to group FaceTime chats comes after the company delayed its AirPlay 2 introduction in iOS. Apple is late to group video chats with FaceTime, and WhatsApp just launched its own group video calling feature that supports up to four people in a video call. Facebook’s own Messenger app also supports group video chats, alongside Skype and others.",
                "title": "Apple delays FaceTime group chats from iOS 12 to a ‘future software update’",
                "url": "https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/13/17684154/apple-group-facetime-chats-delay-ios-12",
                "image": "",
                "source": "The Verge",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "226829270041384519"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534182101,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "One of iOS 12’s headline features, Group FaceTime, will now no longer ship in the initial release of the iPhone update, Apple has confirmed. Announced at WWDC 2018, the feature allows FaceTime video calls to include up to 32 people simultaneously.\nSince that could get crowded on an iPhone display – or an iPad, for that matter – Apple uses some clever automatic layouts to accommodate everybody. Group FaceTime calls get a row of thumbnails along the bottom of the screen, which can be scrolled to navigate to choose a contact directly.\nHowever, iOS 12 automatically floats the participants of the call above that roster, in differently sized windows. As each person speaks, the size of their window increases automatically. If someone else talks, the layout is adjusted to fit both people on the display.\nUnfortunately, it now seems Group FaceTime won’t be included in the initial release of iOS12. In a note in the release notes alongside the latest iOS 12 beta, pushed out by Apple today, the company confirms the bad news. “Group FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12 and will ship in a future software update later this fall,” Apple says in a note to developers shared by Guilherme Rambo.\nIt’s unclear exactly what has prompted the delay. Group FaceTime certainly had the potential to be network-intensive, working over not only WiFi connections but cellular data too. Apple also integrated its live special effects and filters, which could be used to apply stickers and animations to each stream, overlay faces with Animoji, and use the new custom Memoji faces instead.\nGetting any of those features to work smoothly could have been a hiccup. Still, it’s a disappointment for both Apple and its users; the company had previously been said to be purposefully making conservative promises for iOS 12, in the hope of avoiding the slipped release dates that had taken some of the shine off iOS 11 and earlier. Messages in iCloud, for example, was a headline announcement at WWDC 2017, but only arrived as a public feature a few weeks before WWDC 2018.\nAs a result, sources claimed, the strategy was to underpromise at WWDC 2018 and then over-deliver when iOS 12 is released this fall.",
                "title": "Apple delays iOS 12’s Group FaceTime video calls",
                "url": "https://www.slashgear.com/apple-delays-ios-12s-group-facetime-video-calls-13541059/",
                "image": "https://c.slashgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/group-facetime-ios-12.jpg",
                "source": "SlashGear",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "8313834697080983888"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534182022,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "It's been a week since Apple released the sixth developers betas of its next big operating system updates, but beta 7 is out today. We're now just over a month away from these updates being released to everyone, so it's no surprise that the builds are arriving more frequently.\nYou might recall that in previous iOS 12 betas, there have been a lot of known issues with the new FaceTime group calling feature. Sadly, this feature has now been removed in build 16A5354b, and it will be added back in a future update this fall. Apple said something similar with iOS 11 and features like AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud, and those didn't actually ship until a few months ago. macOS 10.14 Mojave build 18A365a also removes the feature. Most of the issues involving some models of the Mac Pro have been resolved with this build though.\nIt seems like it happens in every beta cycle, but in watchOS 5 build 16R5349a, there's a new issue where video watch faces won't animate. tvOS 12 build 16J5349a doesn't have any front-facing known issues.\nAll of these updates will be out toward the end of next month, shortly before the new iPhones are released. After the new iPhones are announced earlier in the month, however, beta testers should have access to a GM seed.",
                "title": "Apple removes group FaceTime calling in new iOS 12 beta",
                "url": "https://www.neowin.net/news/apple-removes-group-facetime-calling-in-new-ios-12-beta",
                "image": "https://cdn.neow.in/news/images/uploaded/2018/06/1528131607_appleospromo7_story.jpg",
                "source": "Neowin",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "10871180143013810412"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534180825,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple has released iOS 12 beta 7 to developers for testing and revealed that Group FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12. The build number is 16A5354b.iOS 12 introduces numerous new features including Group FaceTime calling, Memoji, Siri Shortcuts, and more.iOS 12 changes the way iOS users see the world using AR, makes communications fun and expressive with Memoji and Group FaceTime, and with Screen Time, helps customers understand and take control of the time they spend interacting with their iOS devices. iOS 12 introduces Siri Shortcuts, enabling Siri to work with any app, delivering a much faster way to get things done.As usual, Apple says this beta version of iOS should only be deployed on devices dedicated for iOS 12 beta software development. Developers can download the new beta from the link below.Previous betas brought numerous discoveries about Apple's future plans including the resolution of the iPhone X Plus, support for dual-SIMS, the shape of the new iPad Pro and its display, and more. Unfortunately, the release notes for beta 7 reveal that Apple has delayed the launch of Group FaceTime.\"Group FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12 and will ship in a future software update later this fall.\"Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.Download",
                "title": "Apple Releases iOS 12 Beta 7, Removes Group FaceTime From Initial Release of iOS 12 [Download]",
                "url": "http://www.iClarified.com/66977/apple-releases-ios-12-beta-7-removes-group-facetime-from-initial-release-of-ios-12-download",
                "image": "http://www.iclarified.com/images/news/66977/66977/66977-640.jpg",
                "source": "iClarified",
                "_common": "facetime, ios, apple",
                "_sm": "1",
                "id": "14984985594682564295"
            }
        ],
        [
            {
                "pub_time": 1534182084,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple’s giant beta update-fest wouldn’t be complete without a new watchOS update. watchOS 5 developer beta 7 for the Apple Watch is out, too, along with iOS 12 and macOS Mojave developer beta 7. watchOS 5 includes several new features such as Walkie-Talkie for two-way person-to-person voice chats, podcast syncing and streaming support, new workout types, an improved Siri watch face, and more. Apple offers watchOS betas to developers only, so don’t go looking for a public beta.\nApple Watch Adds Walkie Talkie App and New Workout Features in watchOS 5\nApple’s Developer program to install watchOS betas on your Apple Watch. You can sign up at Apple’s developer website. The official public release is coming this fall with iOS 12 and will be a free upgrade.",
                "title": "Apple Updates watchOS 5 to Beta 7 for Developers",
                "url": "https://www.macobserver.com/news/product-news/watchos-5-beta-7-developers/",
                "image": "https://www.macobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/apple-watch-watchos-5-beta.jpg",
                "leader": true,
                "source": "The Mac Observer",
                "_common": "apple, watchos watch, beta",
                "_sm": "3",
                "id": "16653857799344381638"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534180854,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "watchOS 5 developer beta 7 for Apple Watch is now available for testing. As always, we’ll dig through the latest beta version and highlight all the changes between the previous beta and the latest beta below. watchOS 5 for Apple Watch includes Competitions for Activity Sharing; yoga and hiking as workout types; workout start and stop reminders; pace alerts, rolling miles, and cadence for outdoor running workouts; Apple Podcast syncing and streaming; a new Walkie-Talkie app for watch-to-watch communication; new data sources on the Siri watch face; grouped notifications; and much more.\nIn betas 2 and 3, we also saw watch face tweaks, Walkie-Talkie activated, and eventually Raise To Speak Siri turned on:\nFor a comprehensive look at all of the changes in the first watchOS 5 beta, sit back and watch Jeff Benjamin’s 13 minute long look at 50 new features in watchOS 5 on YouTube.com/9to5Mac:\nRefresh for updates!",
                "title": "watchOS 5 developer beta 7 for Apple Watch now available",
                "url": "https://9to5mac.com/2018/08/13/watchos-5-beta-7/",
                "image": "https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2018/06/walkie-talkie-hands-on-watchos-5-apple-watch.jpg",
                "source": "9to5Mac",
                "_common": "apple, watchos watch, beta",
                "_sm": "3",
                "id": "7979073542650879983"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534180823,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple has seeded watchOS 5 beta 7 to developers for testing. The build number is 16R5349a.watchOS 5 brings a new Walkie-Talkie feature, activity competitions, auto-workout detection, Podcasts, and more.Apple Watch becomes an even stronger companion for fitness, communication and quick access to information with a host of new features including Activity Sharing competitions, auto-workout detection, advanced running features, Walkie-Talkie, Apple Podcasts and third-party apps on the Siri watch face.New in watchOS 5With interactive notifications, access to the Siri watch face, a new background mode, audio controls, and more, your apps can deliver even better user experiences. More information on what’s new in watchOS 5 is available at www.apple.com/watchos-preview/.● Interactive NotificationsMake your app notifications more interactive with customized controls that let users take relevant actions directly within the notification. For example, users can tip and rate a driver from within a ride-sharing app notification, or update time and party size for a restaurant reservation, all right from within the notification.● Access to the Siri Watch FaceShow users timely content and Shortcuts from your apps at a glance. The Siri watch face uses machine learning and relevance algorithms to take inputs, past behavior, and routines associated with your app’s users to suggest common actions at relevant times. Users can simply raise their wrist and tap the Siri watch face to take action – or, using customized commands, use their voice.● New Background ModeAudio apps can now run in the background. Users can play locally-synced playlists or podcasts while on the go, download playlists and episodes to Apple Watch, transfer files from iPhone to Apple Watch, control playback using Apple Watch, and choose which Bluetooth audio device to play to.● Audio ControlsAdd audio controls within your app to let users easily adjust the volume and skip, pause, or resume play.● Enhanced Workout Session APIsA new workout API simplifies workout app development, ensures improved data accuracy, and enables more robust app performance.● Parkinson’s Disease ResearchA new API gives researchers access to custom algorithms based on accelerometer and gyroscope data that can be used to create tools to help doctors better understand patients’ tremor and dyskinesia symptoms in response to treatment for Parkinson’s Disease. This API requires an entitlement. See documentation for more details.Developers can download the Apple Watch beta configuration profile from the link below.Download",
                "title": "Apple Seeds watchOS 5 Beta 7 to Developers [Download]",
                "url": "http://www.iClarified.com/66982/apple-seeds-watchos-5-beta-7-to-developers-download",
                "image": "http://www.iclarified.com/images/news/66982/66982/66982-640.jpg",
                "source": "iClarified",
                "_common": "apple, watchos watch, beta",
                "_sm": "3",
                "id": "4600090889927678264"
            }
        ],
        [
            {
                "pub_time": 1534182080,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple released macOS Mojave developer beta 7 on Monday to go along with iOS 12 developer beta 7. macOS Mojave is officially shipping for the Mac this fall, but developers have been testing it since early June at Worldwide Developer Conference. The macOS operating system update includes Stacks Desktop file organization, Quick Actions in Finder windows, enhanced screenshot and recording with built-in markup and editing, system-wide Dark Mode for apps, Continuity for grabbing and editing photos you snap on your iPhone, and more. macOS Mojave Failing to Install on an External USB Drive? Here’s the Fix]\nApple Developer program members can sign up for the beta on Apple’s developer website. A public beta update should drop any time in the next few hours. macOS Mojave ships this fall. It’ll be a free upgrade for compatible Mac models.",
                "title": "Apple Releases macOS Mojave Developer Beta 7",
                "url": "https://www.macobserver.com/news/product-news/macos-mojave-developer-beta-7/",
                "image": "https://www.macobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/macos-mojave-beta.jpg",
                "leader": true,
                "source": "The Mac Observer",
                "_common": "apple, beta, developers developer",
                "_sm": "2",
                "id": "495265435666370585"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534182082,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple TV got some beta love with the release tvOS 12 Developer Beta 7 on Monday. The beta is available for the fourth generation Apple TV and Apple TV 4K. tvOS 12 adds Dolby Atmos support to Apple TV, zero-sign in support for cable service providers that choose to get on board with the feature, new screen savers from the International Space Station, and more.\nApple TV 4K Gets Dolby Atmos Support in tvOS 12, Plus New ‘Earth’ Aerial Shot] tvOS 12 supports the fourth generation Apple TV and Apple TV 4K. The public release of tvOS 12 is coming this fall, along with iOS 12, watchOS 5, and macOS Mojave.\nDevelopers can enroll their Apple TV in the beta program at\nApple’s developer website. The matching public beta should be coming later today.",
                "title": "tvOS 12 Developer Beta 7 Ready for Download",
                "url": "https://www.macobserver.com/news/product-news/tvos-12-developer-beta-7/",
                "image": "https://www.macobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/tvos-12-beta.jpg",
                "source": "The Mac Observer",
                "_common": "apple, beta, developers developer",
                "_sm": "2",
                "id": "13366896000902714772"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534182074,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Just a week after releasing iOS 12 developer beta 6, Apple rolled out iOS 12 developer beta 7 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Monday.\nThe world got its first look at iOS 12 during Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference in early June. The new iPhone and iPad operating system includes Siri Shortcuts, more Animoji, custom-designed Memoji, Screen Time app use management, Group FaceTime, ARKit 2, and more.\nApple Developer account to download the developer beta. You can sign up at Apple’s developer website, or wait most likely a few hours for the corresponding public beta.\nThe official public release is coming this fall and will be a free upgrade for compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models.",
                "title": "Apple Rolls Out iOS 12 Developer Beta 7 for iPhone, iPad",
                "url": "https://www.macobserver.com/news/product-news/ios-12-developer-beta-7-iphone-ipad/",
                "image": "https://www.macobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/ios-12-beta-iphone-x.jpg",
                "source": "The Mac Observer",
                "_common": "apple, beta, developers developer",
                "_sm": "2",
                "id": "17479081213300005983"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534181994,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "With September around the corner, you have to think Apple is now in the home stretch of development on iOS 12. The company on Monday released yet another beta to developers, with more bug fixes and enhancements in tow.\nIf you’re part of Apple’s developer’s program, you can download iOS 12 beta 7 now; it’s likely the public beta will be available within a matter of hours.\nAlthough it features no major visual changes, iOS 12 is an important update for stability and performance. Apple promises iOS 12 will be faster than ever, particularly when using apps and launching the camera. The company is also introducing a number of new features.\nOne of the new features includes Screen Time, which provides users with a breakdown of how much they’ve used their phone. Apple’s update also features Memoji, new Animoji, and a Shortcuts feature that’s similar to the popular service IFTTT.\nWith a big iPhone event likely happening this fall, expect Apple’s new software to also be available by the end of next month.",
                "title": "Apple Just Released A New Update For iOS 12—Get It Now!",
                "url": "https://www.technobuffalo.com/2018/08/13/ios-12-beta-7/",
                "image": "https://www.technobuffalo.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Apple-iPhone-X-Review-Shoot-2017-8.jpg",
                "source": "technobuffalo.com",
                "_common": "apple, beta, developers developer",
                "_sm": "2",
                "id": "8423641087689185561"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534180849,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "tvOS 12 developer beta 7 is now available for Apple TV 4 and Apple TV 4K. tvOS 12 includes expanded audio format support, app sign-on improvements, updates to Aerial screensavers, and more.\nWhen tvOS 12 is officially released later this year, Apple TV will gain Dolby Atmos audio support with compatible movie purchases upgraded for free in iTunes; new screensavers of Earth shot from the International Space Station; the ability to swipe between locations with Aerial screensavers; the ability to tap and see where screensavers were filmed; zero sign-on for supported Internet service providers when using the same ISP and cable service for automatically signing in to compatible apps; and more.\nMost new tvOS 12 features like swappable, labeled screensavers and Dolby Atmos audio support are now present, but we’re still looking for the new space screensavers to appear.\nWe’ll check out tvOS 12 beta 5 and update to highlight any changes included.",
                "title": "tvOS 12 developer beta 7 for Apple TV 4 and Apple TV 4K now available",
                "url": "https://9to5mac.com/2018/08/13/tvos-12-beta-7/",
                "image": "https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2018/06/wwdc-2018-tvos-12-11-34-04.png",
                "source": "9to5Mac",
                "_common": "apple, beta, developers developer",
                "_sm": "2",
                "id": "2725075952997195210"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534180831,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple has seeded tvOS 12 beta 7 to developers for testing. The build number is 16J5349a.With tvOS 12, Apple TV 4K will be the only streaming player both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos certified, delivering the highest quality cinematic experience of stunning 4K HDR visuals and immersive sound that flows all around in three-dimensional space. What's New in tvOS 12:tvOS 12 includes includes new features, bug fixes, and security improvements in the OS and SDK, including:• Aerials enhancements• Enhanced AV player integration and data binding support in TVMLKit • Focus support for non-UIViews• MDM Software Update command support• Native TVML-style controls for UIKit• Sandbox iTunes account support in Settings• Secure password sharing from iOS devices• Siri support for Find my iPhoneDolby Atmos• In tvOS beta 6 and later, some iTunes Store movies are now available with Dolby Atmos. If you encounter any issues when playing Atmos-capable titles, file a bug that includes a sysdiagnose and a detailed description of your development hardware configuration.Developers can download the new beta of tvOS 12 at the link below. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.Download",
                "title": "Apple Seeds tvOS 12 Beta 7 to Developers [Download]",
                "url": "http://www.iClarified.com/66985/apple-seeds-tvos-12-beta-7-to-developers-download",
                "image": "http://www.iclarified.com/images/news/66985/66985/66985-640.jpg",
                "source": "iClarified",
                "_common": "apple, beta, developers developer",
                "_sm": "2",
                "id": "14321448035118046416"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534180828,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple has released macOS Mojave 10.14 beta 7 to developers for testing. The build number is 18A365a.macOS Mojave introduces a new Dark Mode, Stacks, Group FaceTime, and much more.In macOS Mojave, a new Dark Mode transforms the desktop with a dramatic new look that puts the focus on user content. The new Stacks feature organizes messy desktops by automatically stacking files into neat groups. Familiar iOS apps, including News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home, are now available on the Mac for the first time. FaceTime now adds support for group calling, and the Mac App Store gets a full redesign featuring rich editorial content and the addition of apps from top developers, including Microsoft, Adobe and others.Developers can get the macOS Developer Beta Access Utility from the link below to download the latest macOS 10.14 beta. As new macOS betas become available you will receive a notification and can install them from the Software Updates panel in System Preferences.Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.Download",
                "title": "Apple Releases macOS Mojave 10.14 Beta 7 [Download]",
                "url": "http://www.iClarified.com/66980/apple-releases-macos-mojave-1014-beta-7-download",
                "image": "http://www.iclarified.com/images/news/66980/66980/66980-640.jpg",
                "source": "iClarified",
                "_common": "apple, beta, developers developer",
                "_sm": "2",
                "id": "8630942137329079715"
            },
            {
                "pub_time": 1534176063,
                "group": "IT News",
                "full_text": "Apple released Shortcuts beta 2 for iOS 12 just before the weekend. The update adds in HomeKit support, but right now it’s very limited.\nDevelopers wanting to trigger HomeKit actions with Shortcuts need to first launch the action in the Home app, then go to the Shortcuts app. Next, create a new Shortcut, tap the Search field, then tap Siri Suggestions.\nShortcuts, previously known as Workflow, lets users string together actions across multiple apps as visual building blocks. Those actions, or shortcuts, are a type of script that you can trigger in the Shortcuts app, or now with your voice through Siri.\nRight now HomeKit support is limited and cumbersome, but the beta shows the potential for what’s coming: stringing together multiple HomeKit actions for more complex voice control than we have today. iOS 12 and the Shortcuts app will be available as free downloads this fall. Currently, Apple is offering developer and public betas for iOS 12, and a developer beta for the Shortcuts app.",
                "title": "Apple Updates iOS 12 Shortcuts to Beta 2 for Developers",
                "url": "https://www.macobserver.com/news/product-news/ios-12-shortcuts-to-beta-2/",
                "image": "https://www.macobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/shortcuts-beta-2-homekit.jpg",
                "source": "The Mac Observer",
                "_common": "apple, beta, developers developer",
                "_sm": "2",
                "id": "16116588281790550919"
            }
        ]
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