Photos will now be synced across all devices. Don't see why the crowd is cheering so much for that. Search on Photos will also see a massive improvement.
Photo editing or Smart Editing as Apple calls it has changed drastically on iOS 8. It looks a little complicated to be honest.
A lot more tweaks can be made now, with better brightness, etc.
There's also a favourites button in iOS 8 photos.
Not too much changes in terms of UI for iOS 8. Siri now has Shazam song recognition and you can purchase content from Siri itself.
Now Tim Cook is back on stage talking about developers. He's also indicating that the Keynote is not ending anytime soon.
75 billion apps have been download, says Tim Cook.
App Store is getting some new features: You can now browse through categories, there's also trending searches. A continuous scrolling list to search along with a related search tab.
There's also an App bundle to allow users to buy multiple apps at a discounted price.
App Previews: Developers can make short videos and users can check them out before downloading.
Test Flight: Developers can ask users to come in and test the beta versions of their apps. Gets the loudest cheers from the developers.
Software Development Kit: Biggest release since the launch of the App Store, says Tim Cook.
Craig Federighi is back on stage again: 4000 new developer APIs , he says. Developers will be able to extend the system and offer their services to other apps as well.
"We're enabling third-party apps to define widgets that can go into the notifications centre": Craig Federighi
While the demo, continues we're wondering if that one-more-thing might not really exist.
Third PARTY keyboards are here on iOS. SwiftKey fans should get ready to rejoice.
Touch ID is now available for third-party apps as well.
Developers will get a better Camera Kit APIs.
Home automation is here. Apple is going to try and link your home devices such as lights, locks, cameras, doors, thermostats, plugs, switches.