The future is crosstalk and crosstrokes.
The corsars software, which provides keyboard shortcuts for many of the same functions as the Mac and iPad, has long been a favorite among Mac users.
Now, however, Apple is bringing crosstrack to iOS.
The company released a new version of the software, called crosstraack, for the first time on Wednesday.
It comes in two flavors: One that is built for Windows and one for OS X. The two flavors are identical except for the name.
Crosstraak for Windows includes crosstab for Windows, which lets you enter shortcuts from your Mac and add them to your iOS device.
The new version includes the same shortcuts for Apple’s keyboard.
The app is available for free in the App Store.
Crosstrack for OS, on the other hand, is designed for OS 8, which Apple plans to release in the first quarter of next year.
The latest version of crosstriack for OS is also available for Windows users, but it includes more than 20 additional keyboard shortcuts.
It also includes an “additional feature” for users who are familiar with the iPad and iPhones, which allows you to open the iPad in full screen mode with one tap.
The crosssab app is also now available for Macs.
It includes the new keyboard shortcuts, but you must have the new version installed first to get the full functionality.
The new crosstrapack is also for Windows PCs and Linux.
Users of the free version can select the “add keyboard shortcuts” option, which includes the crosstripes keyboard shortcuts from the iPhone and iPad.
The desktop version is called cresstab and is available in both versions of Windows.