Do you know any good apps (+ server if applicable) for group voice chats over mobile data? I know there is mumble but unfortunately there doesn't seem to be an iOS app.
AFAIK mumble offers excellent compression as the audio codec used is opus and probably does not require a lot of bandwidth. Are there alternatives or is there a usable app for iOS that I just have not found yet?
Of course the virus itself won't disappear but hopefully all measures limiting our daily lives.
Personally I think Omicron is the last variant of concern and as many countries have agreed on it's fortunately not dangerous enough for restrictions to make sense anymore.
I don't think a new more dangerous variant will emerge. If it did, I'd think that to be rather suspicious.
Recently I've tried to find some nice c-pop. So far rather unsuccessfully, everything I have found is incredibly boring/bland. It nearly always starts with a light piano intro and does not get any more exciting than that, there is little variation and if I skip through the song it often feels like I didn't skip a thing.
That's also why I started to search for a reason for this and found the linked quora question.
But perhaps someone here has found something recommendable within this wasteland, I'd be happy to hear about it.
Weylus lets you use your tablet as input device on your computer. The screen is mirrored and things like pressure sensitivity as well as multi touch is supported. Like this you can easily start drawing or handwriting on your computer using your tablet.
Weylus only needs to be installed on your computer, NO apps are required! You can just connect your tablet to your computer via browser.
I created a small bash script to search and play videos from YouTube with mpv as the web interface is just abysmal. The source code can be found here: https://github.com/H-M-H/yt
It uses youtube-dl to do the search and so no API key is required.