One of Chrome’s more useful features has landed on Google’s iOS app.
It now has an incognito mode, just like the browser, so you can search privately.
The update, rolled out with the latest app update, allows you to open new incognito sessions directly from the app. As with Chrome, an incognito session in the Google app allows you to browse and search privately without your history being saved. You can turn on incognito in the app’s settings or from your iPhone’s home screen using 3D touch.
Just like in Chrome, the app will switch to a dark theme when you’re in incognito mode to differentiate it from a normal browsing session. For extra security, you can also enable Touch ID so that others won’t be able to access a prior incognito session without authenticating their identity. Read more…
What makes a “rule” of cinema? Why do rules exist? Most importantly, what happens when you break them and defy the audience’s expectations?
Sometimes it feels like every new movie is just a remake of some other. That’s why it’s so great when a film shakes things up and makes us look at cinematic arts in new and unexpected ways. Here are 10 of the best rule-breakers in movie history.
SAN FRANCISCO — Well, this would certainly turn up the heat.
The guy whose silent national anthem protests sparked a movement and ignited backlash? It’s one thing when he’s a reserve who fades into the background after the song’s final note.
It’s quite another when he’s the starting quarterback for one of the most iconic franchises in professional footballColin Kaepernick isn’t there yet, but the scenario is becoming more and more plausible as his San Francisco 49ers struggle to find any sort of offensive momentum.
Slow motion is one of the oldest (and still best!) tricks in the filmmaker’s playbook. Slowing down the action at precisely the right moment can add gravitas and drama to an important scene.
Here, CineFix presents some of our favorite serious and not-so-serious slow-mo scenes.