“Apple is also introducing universal app purchase, which allows developers to sell macOS and iOS versions of their apps as a single purchase”
Apple has released the iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 updates for its iPhones and iPads. It is also rolling out iOS 12.4.6 for older iPhones that don’t support iOS 13. The iPadOS update brings the much talked about trackpad and Mouse support to leverage on the new Magic Keyboard accessory that will go on sale in May. Apple says the trackpad support isn’t ported from Mac, instead, it is entirely reimagined with a rounded cursor that disappears and highlights the buttons. It also supports gestures, precise text editing and much more. iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 also brings iCloud Drive folder sharing, new Memoji stickers and universal app purchase, among other things.
Apple is introducing universal app purchase between iOS and macOS, which allows developers to sell macOS and iOS versions of their apps as a single purchase. The iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 Mail app toolbar now includes Delete, Move, Reply, and compose options. The update brings a total of nine new Memoji stickers, including the shocked face, face with hearts, eyes rolling and Shazam integration in Shortcuts. The new cursor to the iPadOS 13.4 highlights the app icons on the home screen, Dock, buttons and controls in apps. The multi-touch gestures on Magic Keyboard for iPad and Magic Trackpad 2 allows you to scroll, swipe between app spaces, return to him, access App Switcher, zoom in or out, tap to click, secondary click (right-click), and swipe between pages.
Furthermore, the recently played Arcade games will now appear in the Arcade tab so you can continue playing on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and iPod touch. The on-screen keyboard layout for iPad Pro 12.9-inch now matches Smart Keyboard. As for the other bug fixes, the iOS 13.4 update fixes issue in camera where the viewfinder appears as a black screen, fixes an issue where Photos app may appear to use excess storage, resolves an issue where Mail may crash when tapping the share button in Quick look, fixes an issue in Safari where a CAPTCHA tile may display incorrectly and more.