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  • Microsoft updates Skype iPhone & iPad apps with overhauled interfaces, more

    AppleInsider | iPhone
    3 Sep 2015 | 1:44 pm
    Microsoft on Thursday released major updates of its Skype apps for iPhone and iPad, redesigning their interfaces for better ease-of-use and more visual appeal, while giving iPad users access to options like location sharing and interactive notifications.
  • Firefox for iOS Soft Launches in New Zealand

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    Joe Rossignol
    3 Sep 2015 | 5:17 pm
    Mozilla released the first public preview of Firefox for iOS on the App Store in New Zealand today. The company aims to collect feedback on Firefox for iOS in the country, and eventually a few others, to help make improvements and add new features to the browser prior to a worldwide launch later this year. The public preview version of Firefox for iOS features Intelligent Search, Firefox Accounts and Visual Tabs. Intelligent Search: Suggested search results and list of search options, including Google, Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, Twitter, Amazon and WordPress Firefox Accounts: Firefox browser…
  • DxO One Review: Souping Up Your iPhone's Camera Comes at a Cost

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    Michael Hession on Reviews, shared by Michael Hession to Gizmodo
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    How do you combine the ease and connectivity of a smartphone with the quality and control of a camera? It’s basically one of the greatest conundrums of our time. Does DxO have the answer? It wants to transform your iPhone 6 into a full-fledged camera thingy with this quirky attachment.Read more...
  • 12 Things We’re Hoping to See at the September 9 Apple Event

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    Sarah Kingsbury
    3 Sep 2015 | 1:35 pm
    We can safely say that the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will be coming with Force Touch and a nicer camera, but what else does Apple have in store for its fans? Here are 12 things we hope to see during the September 9 iPhone announcement. 1. Eddie Cue busting a move. Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services became an Internet sensation after getting his groove on while introducing Apple Music at WWDC 15. Will he do it again? Actually, we’re not sure if we’re hoping he dances or hoping he doesn’t. 2. More awkward celebrity moments. Apple events are…
  • for Meetings Is a Powerful Business Tool for iPad

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    Sarah Hanlon
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:33 am
    Tweet for Meetings – Manage meeting notes, agendas and minutes Price: Free Rating: ****½ (4.5/5) iPad App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Developed by Imperative Software Pty Ltd, for Meetings is a free meeting management app for iPad that gives users a ton of control over meetings, projects, attendees, and much more. The app is great for […]
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  • MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Nomad Pod or Nomad Stand for Apple Watch

    Juli Clover
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:06 am
    For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with Nomad to give five MacRumors readers a chance to win either a Nomad Pod or a Nomad Stand for the Apple Watch. The Nomad Pod is a compact Apple Watch stand and charger that includes an 1800 mAh battery for charging your Apple Watch even when away from home. The two-piece Pod includes a handy hidden cord wrap and a brushed aluminum cover held in place by magnets. It ships with a keychain-sized Nomad Micro-USB cable to keep it charged, and a rubber backing on the bottom keeps it secure on any surface. The palm-sized Nomad Pod works with all…
  • Firefox for iOS Soft Launches in New Zealand

    Joe Rossignol
    3 Sep 2015 | 5:17 pm
    Mozilla released the first public preview of Firefox for iOS on the App Store in New Zealand today. The company aims to collect feedback on Firefox for iOS in the country, and eventually a few others, to help make improvements and add new features to the browser prior to a worldwide launch later this year. The public preview version of Firefox for iOS features Intelligent Search, Firefox Accounts and Visual Tabs. Intelligent Search: Suggested search results and list of search options, including Google, Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, Twitter, Amazon and WordPress Firefox Accounts: Firefox browser…
  • Sphero Announces iPhone-Controlled BB-8 Droid From 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

    Husain Sumra
    3 Sep 2015 | 4:26 pm
    Sphero, the company responsible for creating robotic balls that can be controlled by iPhones, today announced a remote-controlled BB-8, a droid from the upcoming film "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." While BB-8 can be controlled with an iPhone, it also comes with a patrol mode that allows the droid to roam around by himself. Users can also design their own routes and have BB-8 follow them. Additionally, Sphero says BB-8 has an "adaptive personality" and his "attitude" and actions will evolve the more a user interacts with him. BB-8 can also receive voice commands via the app, which means that…
  • Skype Updates iOS and Android Apps With New Design, Improved Messaging, and Enhanced Search

    Mitchel Broussard
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:28 am
    Skype today announced a new update for both its iOS and Android mobile apps that introduce a new design experience, a few tweaks to the service's messaging functions, and some enhanced search functionality. The new update, version 6.0, promises to be a "simple, familiar" experience for Skype users, but with a bevy of new features and touch inputs that will help the service's users get in and out of conversations with more ease. The company has introduced swipe gestures to do just that, letting users quickly start calls and manage message threads with quick and easy right and left swipes. The…
  • Griffin Expands Survivor Lineup With Two New iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Cases

    Juli Clover
    3 Sep 2015 | 7:00 am
    Griffin today announced an expansion of its popular Survivor case lineup for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, introducing the new Survivor Summit and the Survivor Journey. Like its existing Survivor cases, both the Summit and the Journey offer military grade protection for Apple's iPhones. The Survivor Summit is Griffin's most protective Survivor case yet, featuring a sealed weatherproof design that's resistant to dust, rain, mud, and snow. It includes a screen shield that both serves as a stand and protects the touchscreen and home button from grime. With rubber bumpers and a built-in impact…
 
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  • NYT corroborates revamped iPad keyboard, says less pricey gold Apple Watch coming

    Christian Zibreg
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:10 am
    With just a few days left until Apple’s ‘Hey, Siri’ iPhone 6s event, the New York Times newspaper reported Friday the event will include announcements of a refreshed keyboard attachment for iPads and new metal finishes for Apple’s watch, including a less pricey version of the Apple Watch Edition. Earlier this morning, 9to5Mac hinted that the new keyboard will be for a rumored ‘iPad Pro,’ that the site claims is in tow for Wednesday’s announcement.... Read the rest of this post here "NYT corroborates revamped iPad keyboard, says less pricey gold Apple…
  • Sphero launches iPhone-controlled astromech droid from ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

    Christian Zibreg
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:50 am
    Sphero, makers of the namesake spherical robot toy, today released a brand new connected toy, an iPhone-controlled BB-8 droid from the upcoming ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ movie. Yes, it’s now possible to explore the galaxy with your own trusty astromech droid by your side. Featuring an adaptive personality that changes as you play, the little robot can show a range of expressions and even “perk up when you give voice commands”.... Read the rest of this post here "Sphero launches iPhone-controlled astromech droid from ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’" is an…
  • First Apple Store in Belgium opening in Brussels on Saturday, September 19

    Christian Zibreg
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:30 am
    I’m based out of Europe and it’s always been a mystery to me as to why Apple lacks official retail presence in Belgium. Well, the company is finally opening its first brick-and-mortar store in the twelve million people market. The forthcoming store will be located in Brussels, the largest city and capital of Belgium, the de facto capital of the European Union and headquarters for NATO, and is scheduled to open doors to customers on Sunday, September 19.... Read the rest of this post here "First Apple Store in Belgium opening in Brussels on Saturday, September 19" is an article by…
  • iPhone 6s front camera has panorama and slow-mo modes, Apple readying iPad Pro keyboard

    Christian Zibreg
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:59 am
    Earlier in the week, 9to5Mac corroborated analyst and supply chain reports that Apple’s upcoming ‘iPhone 6s’ and ‘iPhone 6s Plus’ smartphones will also bring major improvements to the front-facing FaceTime camera which should go from a paltry 1.3 megapixels on current iPhones to five megapixels. Today, the blog said that the FaceTime camera on upcoming iPhones will feature support for selfie panoramas and slow-motion video capture. The report added that Apple is working on a keyboard accessory for an ‘iPad Pro’ and offered a few more tidbits regarding…
  • New documentary ‘Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine’ hits theaters and digital platforms

    Christian Zibreg
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:14 am
    ‘Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine,’ a provocative documentary that focuses on the dark side of Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs, is hitting theaters and video-on-demand services today. The 120-minute documentary is about the impact of Jobs’ work on modern society while cunningly playing off the controversies that had surrounded Jobs’ persona for many years.... Read the rest of this post here "New documentary ‘Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine’ hits theaters and digital platforms" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook,…
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  • Amazon Prime Video Gets Offline Playback on iOS and Android

    Whitson Gordon
    1 Sep 2015 | 7:00 am
    iOS/Android: Amazon may not be the most popular video streaming service on the block, but today it got a killer feature that takes it one step closer to its competition: offline video.http://lifehacker.com/the-awesome-am... Read more...
  • Android Wear Comes to iOS, Supports Newer Watches, Works on Some Older Ones

    Eric Ravenscraft
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:55 am
    Google has officially released an Android Wear app for iOS. While Google claims that the app only supports LG Watch Urbane, Huawei Watch, and Asus ZenWatch 2, news site The Verge says it works on several older models. You can download the new Android Wear app here.Read more...
  • Rizon for iOS Helps You Take the Perfect "Golden Hour" Photos Anywhere

    Patrick Allan
    27 Aug 2015 | 4:30 am
    When it comes to good natural lighting , you can’t beat the time of day known as “golden hour” (or “magic hour”). This iOS app can tell when golden hour is every day no matter where you are, and lets you set reminders so you never miss the perfect shot.http://lifehacker.com/how-to-improve... Read more...
  • The Best Weather App for iPhone

    Thorin Klosowski
    24 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    The iPhone has a remarkable number of weather app options, and you’ll find a ton that suit different needs depending on what you want. That said, one shines brighter than the rest, and Dark Sky is one of the best full-featured weather apps in the App Store.Read more...
  • The Lifehacker Pack for Students

    Thorin Klosowski
    17 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    Every year we put together a list of our Lifehacker App packs for each operating system. In the spirit of those lists we figured it was time to put together a list for students getting ready for school. Whether you’re on Windows , Mac , Android , or iPhone , we’ve got you covered.Read more...
 
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  • DxO One Review: Souping Up Your iPhone's Camera Comes at a Cost

    Michael Hession on Reviews, shared by Michael Hession to Gizmodo
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    How do you combine the ease and connectivity of a smartphone with the quality and control of a camera? It’s basically one of the greatest conundrums of our time. Does DxO have the answer? It wants to transform your iPhone 6 into a full-fledged camera thingy with this quirky attachment.Read more...
  • Hackers Stole the Biggest Number of Apple Accounts Ever with iOS Malware

    Adam Clark Estes
    31 Aug 2015 | 9:40 am
    Think twice before jailbreaking your iPhone . A recent rash of malware has helped hackers steal over 250,000 Apple accounts, the largest theft of its kind. The malware only affects jailbroken devices, but if you get pwned, hackers can not only peek your password but also make App Store purchases without your permission.Read more...
  • iPhone 6s Rumor Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

    Adam Clark Estes
    28 Aug 2015 | 11:15 am
    How do you make the best iPhone ever even better? That’s the perennial question, one that’s inevitably easier to answer as Apple releases innovative new products. This year, the fan universe finds a plethora of clues in the company’s wearable computer. The iPhone 6s, these clues suggest, will be a giant Apple Watch.Read more...
  • Apple Pay will now work with PayAnywhere, a card reader that attaches to mobile devices to accept NF

    Chris Mills
    27 Aug 2015 | 9:07 pm
    Apple Pay will now work with PayAnywhere, a card reader that attaches to mobile devices to accept NFC and magnetic stripe payments. That means Apple’s contactless payment solution will now work in 300,000 more places in the US, and we’re one step closer to the walletless utopia. Read more...
  • The iPhone 6s' Biggest Upgrade Is All About That Camera

    Darren Orf
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:25 am
    The iPhone 6s seems to be a boring upgrade as far as aesthetics go. Surprise! It’s going to look almost identical to the year-old iPhones already out there. But as we approach ever closer to that September 9 Apple event, more leaks are fleshing out what exactly the 6s is going to deliver on the inside. And it looks like it’s all about that camera.Read more...
 
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  • A survey of Apple's input innovations

    Billy Steele
    4 Sep 2015 | 1:00 pm
    With Force Touch rumored to arrive on the new iPhones next week, let's take a look back at some of Apple's other notable input methods. Cupertino has always offered a unique spin on the norm, whether it's a mouse with no buttons, multi-touch gestur...
  • Toyota teams up with MIT and Stanford for AI research

    Roberto Baldwin
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:17 pm
    Artificial Intelligence is big deal (even if Elon Musk thinks it will doom us all) and today Toyota announced that it is collaborating with MIT and Stanford to accelerate its own AI research. The goal of the collaboration is to advance artificial i...
  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy set to launch in spring 2016

    Billy Steele
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:51 am
    We've heard quite a bit about the SpaceX Falcon Heavy spacecraft since it was first announced. What we haven't seen is a launch. However, it's now planned for next spring. Earlier this week, SpaceX vice president of mission and launch operations Le...
  • New Steve Jobs doc examines the myth of the man who made Apple

    Devindra Hardawar
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:23 am
    Director Alex Gibney wraps up his latest documentary, Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, with an apt encapsulation of the Apple co-founder's conflicting persona: "He had the focus of a monk, without the empathy." Jobs, who passed away in 2011 of p...
  • 6 futuristic 3D-printed clothes

    Inhabitat
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:00 am
    By Cat DiStasio 3D printing is revolutionizing the way we make things, from buildings and cars to medical devices. But that's not all: Many forward-thinking designers in the fashion industry are using 3D printers to cut down on material waste and...
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  • A survey of Apple's input innovations

    Billy Steele
    4 Sep 2015 | 1:00 pm
    With Force Touch rumored to arrive on the new iPhones next week, let's take a look back at some of Apple's other notable input methods. Cupertino has always offered a unique spin on the norm, whether it's a mouse with no buttons, multi-touch gestur...
  • Toyota teams up with MIT and Stanford for AI research

    Roberto Baldwin
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:17 pm
    Artificial Intelligence is big deal (even if Elon Musk thinks it will doom us all) and today Toyota announced that it is collaborating with MIT and Stanford to accelerate its own AI research. The goal of the collaboration is to advance artificial i...
  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy set to launch in spring 2016

    Billy Steele
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:51 am
    We've heard quite a bit about the SpaceX Falcon Heavy spacecraft since it was first announced. What we haven't seen is a launch. However, it's now planned for next spring. Earlier this week, SpaceX vice president of mission and launch operations Le...
  • New Steve Jobs doc examines the myth of the man who made Apple

    Devindra Hardawar
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:23 am
    Director Alex Gibney wraps up his latest documentary, Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, with an apt encapsulation of the Apple co-founder's conflicting persona: "He had the focus of a monk, without the empathy." Jobs, who passed away in 2011 of p...
  • 6 futuristic 3D-printed clothes

    Inhabitat
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:00 am
    By Cat DiStasio 3D printing is revolutionizing the way we make things, from buildings and cars to medical devices. But that's not all: Many forward-thinking designers in the fashion industry are using 3D printers to cut down on material waste and...
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  • Apps: Goat Simulator MMO, Plum’s Creaturizer, Worms 4, Zen Brush 2 + more

    Jesse Hollington
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:08 pm
    New Apps Goat Simulator MMO Simulator ($5) — Coffee Stain Studios takes their infamous Goat Simulator into a Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) game, allowing you to become a goat in a much larger world, interacting with other simulated goats. Five different character classes include Warrior, Rouge, Magician, Hunter and Microwave, and dozens of quests let you level up a hundred times, and you even get elves and dwarves thrown in for good measure.…
  • Gear: Satechi Aluminum Power Strip

    Phil Dzikiy
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:04 am
    Satechi’s new Aluminum Power Strip ($40) is worth a look as a charging base for both Mac and iOS users. As its name reveals, the power strip is made mostly of aluminum, which makes it a bit nicer to look at than most power strips. Four surge-protected AC power outlets are on top, while the side of the strip includes four 2.4A USB ports for charging. It’s worth noting that the total output is 6A, which means you’ll only be able to…
  • Review: Divoom AuraBox Bluetooth Speaker

    Phil Dzikiy
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:05 am
    Divoom's AuraBox ($70) is a Bluetooth 4.0 speaker, but that's just one of many functions performed by this little black square box. Its main selling point is its square 10x10 LED face, which can display drawings, messages, and animations — the AuraBox app also allows you to create your own. AuraBox also acts as a visual notification system, showing alerts for texts, incoming calls, Facebook and Twitter notifications, and more. One of the speaker's animations is an alarm clock that syncs to the time on your iOS device, and a built-in temperature sensor is another notable feature. AuraBox can…
  • News: Report: iPad Pro to be official name of large iPad, more details revealed

    Jesse Hollington
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:14 am
    Days before Apple’s scheduled event on Sept. 9, 9to5Mac is reporting that the new larger-sized iPad will indeed be called the iPad Pro — a name we’ve used to refer to the device since reports of its rumored existence started years ago — while also providing some additional details on what the new device will look like. The report notes that the new models will feature a 2732 x 2048 display with a design similar to both the iPad mini…
  • News: Mozilla begins rollout of Firefox for iOS preview

    Jesse Hollington
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:35 am
    Mozilla has announced a limited release of its Firefox browser for iOS. Originally hinted at last December, Mozilla changed direction on earlier statements that its browser would only be made available on iOS if Apple were to loosen its restrictions and permit the company’s own web engine to be used. The first preview version of Firefox is being released exclusively in New Zealand so that the company can collect feedback from a limited user…
 
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  • OneRx for iPhone helps you find deals on the prescription drugs you need

    Joseph Keller
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:36 am
    If you rely on prescription drugs, you know how expensive they can be, but OneRx thinks it can help with that. The iPhone app finds discounts on the prescription drugs you need, letting you compare prices at different pharmacies, use coupons, and more. These are some of the benefits of using OneRx: Automatically applies pharmaceutical coupons and discounts. Automatically compares prices at local pharmacies. Automatically applies prescription benefits in your insurance plan. Average person saves up to $750 annually when using the OneRx discount card. Once you pick the pharmacy with the best…
  • Worms 4 blasts its way onto the iPhone and iPad

    Joseph Keller
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:00 am
    Worms 4 the latest game in the Worms series, is now available for iPhone and iPad. Designed specifically with mobile in mind, as well as Apple's Metal graphics framework, Worms 4 offers several improvements to the player experience over previous titles in the series. This includes 80 single-player levels, along with synchronis online mulitplayer matches. Here are just some of the major features you can expect in Worms 4: Brand New Weapons: Wreak havoc with an assembly of brand new weapon designs including Hailey's Comet! Weapon Upgrades: Worms 4 is designed to be a very rewarding play…
  • Apple said to be prepping new iPad keyboard, Apple Watch finishes

    Joseph Keller
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:13 am
    Apple is reportedly readying a keyboard accessory for the rumored iPad Pro to go along with expanded keyboard support said to be a part of the larger tablet. The keyboard is apparently set to debut by the end of the year, which would line up with previous reports of the iPad Pro launching in November, following a reveal at next week's iPhone event. From The New York Times: Apple will also showcase updated iPads, according to a person briefed on the product. And the company is putting the finishing touches on a revamped iPad keyboard that may be available by the end of the year. 9to5Mac also…
  • New music on iTunes: New album from Five Finger Death Punch, rock discounts, pre-order for Janet Jackson

    Joseph Keller
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:31 am
    Every Friday, the iTunes Store adds new music to its lineup. This week, we have new albums from Five Finger Death Punch and Travis Scott, rock album discounts, and you can pre-order Janet Jackson's new album. New in music this week, we have Got Your Six, the new album from Five Finger Death Punch. There's also Travis Scott's new album, Rodeo. Iron Maiden has released The Book of Souls, their sixteenth studio album. Troye Sullivan has also released his WILD EP. Got Your Six - $10.99 - Download Now Rodeo - $10.99 - Download Now The Book of Souls - $11.99 - Download Now WILD - $4.74 - Download…
  • Save 38% on this leather belt clip holster for iPhone 6

    iMore.com
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:27 am
    Made from a fine grain leather, this holster shields your iPhone 6 from scratches, impacts, and the elements while securely strapped to your side. The strong magnetic closure keeps the device from falling out, and the fixed clip on the back works great on belts and pockets. Available today for $36.95!
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  • Get the Logitech PowerShell Game Controller with Battery for iPhone 5/5s/iPod touch for just $9

    thomasc
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:07 am
    The Logitech PowerShell Controller for iPhone 5/5S and iPod touch 5th gen. is currently being offered for just $8.97 on Amazon. The Logitech PowerShell is a combination of mobile game controller and second battery: console-style analog game controls allow for more intensive, precise and complex game play with an entire screen for viewing, while a 1500 mAh battery provides for long play sessions. D-pad, shoulder triggers and button cluster move your hands away from the screen for the clearest view of the action. PowerShell works with a great selection of games. No extra software needed.
  • Reflector 2 now lets you stream to YouTube from iPhone/iPad in real time

    thomasc
    20 Aug 2015 | 9:44 am
    Reflector 2 now allows users to stream content from their mobile devices to YouTube in real time. Anybody with a compatible smart phone or tablet can share their screens to YouTube and allow viewers to follow along as they broadcast presentations, in-class lessons, gameplay, video feeds and more. Reflector 2 is claimed to be the world’s first wireless screen-mirroring technology to enable live YouTube streaming. Anything that is displayed on iPhone, iPad, Android device, Chromebook or Surface tablet can be instantly streamed to YouTube when connected to Reflector 2. Uploading gameplay…
  • Google and TP-LINK launch OnHub, a router that gives you fast Wi-Fi

    thomasc
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Google and TP-LINK introduced OnHub, a new kind of router designed to help make Wi-Fi faster, more secure, and easy to use. It has a unique circular antenna with 13 built-in, hidden antennas that reduce network interference and optimize network connectivity. During setup, OnHub searches the airwaves and selects the best channel for the fastest connection. A unique antenna design and smart software keep working in the background, automatically adjusting OnHub to avoid interference and keep the network at peak performance. Users can even prioritize a device, so that the most important…
  • Mars Levitation Bluetooth Speaker System (Amazon Launchpad)

    thomasc
    6 Aug 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Amazon has recently launched Amazon Launchpad, a new program that makes it easy for startups to launch, market, and distribute their products to Amazon customers across the globe. The company also wants to help customers discover these unique products. We are presenting the most interesting of them.  Mars Levitation Bluetooth Speaker System Mars by crazybaby is elegantly designed levitation Bluetooth speaker system with Hi-Fi sound. Mars comes with Bluetooth 4.0, 2.1 Stereo System (when paired with another unit) and 360° sound projection.  The system blends a 3¾” high-excursion…
  • Happy2Print Review – A simple app for printing from your iPhone or iPad

    Kayleigh
    5 Aug 2015 | 4:45 pm
    Happy2Print, a free iOS app for iPhone/iPad, adds one more functionality to your smartphone: printing. It lets users send items directly from their phone to a printer. The app works in partnership with free software called PrintHand. Users download PrintHand to their desktop computer (Mac/Windows), and it lets anyone with the app communicate directly with a printer connected to WiFi, Windows Shared Printer or Google Cloud Print. Don’t bother installing the app before downloading this software first, as it simply will not work. Once you go through the set-up process, you’re ready to…
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  • Daily Deals: HP Officejet Pro printer, Lumix DMC-TS30, 128GB iPad Air

    4 Sep 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The new deals joining the still-alive deals on the list include a HP all-in-one Officejet Pro printer for $150, a Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS30 16.1MP digital camera for $100, and a 128GB iPad Air for Sprint at $430....
  • BlackBerry pays $425M in cash to acquire Good Technology

    4 Sep 2015 | 11:48 am
    BlackBerry has attempted to bolster its enterprise services, by acquiring a competitor in the mobile security business. Good Technology is being bought by the mobile phone producer for $425 million in cash, with the purchase expected to help Blackberry shore up its own enterprise messaging and security platform by using Good's knowledge of iOS, Windows, and Android management and applications security....
  • ComScore: 44M trying Apple Music in US, iOS still gaining share

    4 Sep 2015 | 10:25 am
    New analytics data from ComScore has good news for Apple on two fronts: the research firm believes far more users in the US are giving Apple Music a tryout than has been previously reported, and that even in the quarter before the expected new model rollout, Apple's iPhone 6 line is still gaining share in the US, now largely taking it from drops in chief rival and Android flagship company Samsung rather than from smaller rivals as it had previously....
  • Briefly: working Apple I auction, Brussels store opening September 19

    4 Sep 2015 | 9:49 am
    Bonhams in New York City will auction another rare, fully-working Apple I computer said to be in "fantastic" condition in October, said to be one of the first 50 hand-constructed by Steve Wozniak and one of only six or seven units known to still be functioning. A number of the few remaining working units have been turned over at auction in recent years: Bonhams is expecting to fetch $500,000 or more for this latest unit, but others have sold for much more....
  • Upgraded Philips Hue Bridge with HomeKit support leaked by retailer

    4 Sep 2015 | 9:15 am
    Philips is adding more connectivity to its Hue lighting system, by introducing a device that connects the smart devices to Apple's HomeKit platform. Leaked via Dutch retailer Lampen before being removed from, the updated Hue Bridge with HomeKit support will apparently cost €60 ($66) when it ships and could replace the existing Hue Bridge entirely, as Philips attempts to make its lighting platform more useful in smart homes....
 
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  • Four takeaways from 'Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine'

    4 Sep 2015 | 10:46 am
    UPDATE 9/4/2015— While Danny Boyle’s biopic Steve Jobs plays at the Telluride Film Festival this weekend, reviews are coming out for the wider release of the Alex Gibney–directed documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine. The A.V. Club calls it “sensationalistic,” while the Los Angeles Times found it “engrossing” and “unsparing.”, and the New York Times says “this isn’t the iPhone of documentaries.” The movie opens today—find showtimes in your area on Fandango.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • The Week in iPad Cases: Moshi’s compact messenger bag will streamline your life

    4 Sep 2015 | 8:00 am
    Bag, backpack, or shoulder bag? This week’s roundup of new iPad cases includes unique cases from Booq, Speck, and STM, plus classic looks from Targus, Griffin, and CaseCrown.BooqManufactured with a water-repellent fabric, the Cobra Squeeze backpack (all iPad models; $195) has plenty of storage compartments for all of your gear.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • 21.5-inch iMac could get its Retina 4K upgrade in November

    4 Sep 2015 | 7:44 am
    One year after dialing up the screen resolution of its 27-inch iMac, Apple will reportedly do the same with its 21.5-inch all-in-one.Citing unnamed sources, 9to5Mac claims that Apple will announce the 21.5-inch iMac with 4K Retina display by the end of October, alongside the launch of OS X El Capitan. The new high-res iMac would then ship in November.The exact screen resolution will be 4096-by-2304, 9to5Mac claims. This resolution has previously appeared in the code from Apple’s El Capitan Developer Preview. Currently, the 21.5-inch iMac has a resolution of 1920-by-1080.To read this article…
  • Spotify cleans up privacy mess with plain language policy update

    4 Sep 2015 | 7:00 am
    “What do you mean?” has been a big theme around Spotify in recent weeks. Justin Bieber’s tune of the same name just had the biggest first week for a single on Spotify to date. The phrase also sums up perfectly the public reaction to Spotify’s recently revised privacy policy. Spotify is now hoping to clear up the confusion that sparked panic, an apology, and at least one heated conversation on Twitter. Ek took to the company blog on Thursday to announce some revisions to the privacy policy that the company hopes will clear up any confusion.To read this article in full or to leave a…
  • Runtastic Moment combines fitness tracking and an analog watch

    4 Sep 2015 | 5:32 am
    After being acquired by Adidas for $240 million, Runtastic isn’t stopping to catch its breath. On Friday the company announced the Runtastic Moment, a line of analog watches that also track your fitness. Instead of wearing a watch and a rubber fitness bracelet, one device can count your steps and active minutes, and a quick glance at its face will show you not only the time, but also your progress toward the day’s goals. Runtastic Runtastic Moment FunTo read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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  • Firefox for iOS Public Preview is Now Available for Download

    Usman
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Mozilla has just announced on its official blog that the first public preview version of Firefox browser for iOS is now rolling out, starting with New Zealand, where it can be downloaded through the App Store for free. Mozilla notes that feedback from this preview release will help them build new features as they bring Firefox for iOS to the App Store in rest of the world later this year. “Our goal is to create a great browsing experience for iOS with Firefox. With this first public preview we will be collecting feedback in one country, before we extend availability to get feedback…
  • Apple Devices Account for 61% of TV Everywhere Viewing: Study

    István Fekete
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:25 pm
    Despite diminishing quarter-over-quarter sales, the Apple TV has increased its market share, Adobe Digital Index’s latest U.S. Digital Video Benchmark reports has found after analyzing 159 billion online video starts and 1.49 billion TV Everywhere authentications between Q2 2014 and Q2 2015 (via Fortune). TV Everywhere is the business Apple is targeting with the revamped Apple TV device next Wednesday. Adobe found that TV Everywhere “is a juggernaut”, and is coming whether the market is ready or not. In numbers: TV Everywhere content viewed on set-top boxes such as Apple…
  • Runtastic Launches Analog ‘Moment’ Fitness Watch, Starts at $130 [VIDEO]

    Usman
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:25 pm
    Adidas-owned fitness-tracking company Runtastic has just launched its first smartwatch called ‘Moment’, that disguises itself as an analog watch while measuring the amount of steps you take, distance traveled, calories burned and active minutes. The watch comes in four versions i.e. Fun, Basic, Classic and Elite, with the first two models starting at just $130. All of the watches feature a stainless steel case, scratch-resistant mineral glass and either a silicone or leather strap. All versions of the watch have analog faces, but can still track and display steps, distance, active…
  • Police Ramping Up Campaign Against Distracted Driving in B.C.

    Usman
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:53 am
    Earlier this week, the fine for distracted driving in Ontario was raised to a minimum of nearly $500 along with three demerit points and today, another report by CBC News is claiming that both RCMP and the police are launching a new campaign against distracted driving this month, throughout B.C. While announcing the new campaign, Vancouver Police Const. Brian Montague highlighted that on average, 88 people die on B.C. roads each year due to distracted driving. “No text and no email is more important than the lives of yourself, the lives of your family and the lives of others on the…
  • PayPal Introduces Personal Way to Collect Payments: PayPal.Me

    István Fekete
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:26 am
    PayPal has introduced a new, free, simple and personal way to request money from people: PayPal.Me. It is personal because Canadians can grab their own, personal PayPal.Me link, which will be added to their existing PayPal account, and then share their new PayPal.Me link (with their name) to accept money from people. To get paid, you share the PayPal.Me link, and the payer will need to click the link, enter the amount, and that’s about it. The money will be transferred to your PayPal account in seconds. The company has commissioned a study to back their move: According to the survey (of…
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  • Apple rumored to have acquired real-time motion capture company FaceShift

    Evan Selleck
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:02 pm
    Apple acquires companies. And, more often than not, those companies are picked up quietly, with little fanfare at all. That may have been the case with the latest company rumored to have been purchased by Apple. Continue reading →
  • Where to sell your old iPhone for the most money: A Comprehensive Guide

    Kelly Hodgkins
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:39 am
    With the announcement of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus right around the corner, you’re probably thinking about selling your existing iPhone before the new models arrive. If you want the best value for your current phone, then you’ll need to act fast as resale prices will drop once the new iPhones are announced next week. Prices will plummet even further when the new phones go on sale at the end of the month.  Continue reading →
  • Apple to unveil ‘revamped iPad keyboard’ on September 9, new metal finishes for Apple Watch

    Evan Selleck
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:23 am
    Apple’s media event on September 9 is going to be busy. While announcing the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus would probably be enough, the Cupertino-based company has a lot more in the works to show off on stage. Continue reading →
  • Apple TV 4 rumor roundup: Everything we know so far

    Kelly Hodgkins
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:55 am
    After years of speculation, Apple is expected to unveil its fourth-generation Apple TV during a press event to be held next week on September 9th. The Apple TV is long overdue for an upgrade with the last revision debuting in January of 2013. Though Apple has sold more than 25 million Apple TVs since launch, the media player is steadily losing market share, trailing behind Roku, Chromecast and the Amazon Fire TV in the latest survey from Parks Associates. A new model, especially one that debuts before the holiday shopping season, could jumpstart consumer interest in the Apple TV.  Continue…
  • Apple’s first store in Belgium is opening on September 19

    Rajesh Pandey
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:18 am
    Apple today confirmed that it will be opening its first store in Belgium on September 19. The store will be located at Gulden Vliesdaan 26-28 in Brussels.  Continue reading →
 
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  • Top 5 Cases for Galaxy S6 Edge+

    Ben Steward
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:26 am
    The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ brings all the features and speed of the S6 phones to a bigger, gorgeous 5.7 inch device. And the curved screen edges of the device — along with the all new design — makes for a premium feel and additional features. With this new design including higher quality materials, you […]
  • Full Fat announces the worldwide release of Magic MixUp

    Jerad Hill
    4 Sep 2015 | 7:15 am
    UK based independent studio, Full Fat today introduces Magic MixUp 1.2, an all-new magical puzzle game for iOS devices. Join Luna as she makes her way through a magical fairyland, starting out in her humble village, through the enchanted caves and a winter wonderland and beyond. To help her on her way she can collect stickers to unlock awesome pets that have mystical powers to make her journey easier. Defeat mythical dragons to help Luna get through her journey.
  • Foodworthy is reinventing the way people discover food

    Jerad Hill
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    Available now for iOS, Foodworthy 1.1 is a powerful, simple way to find and share photos of the hottest local food. Foodworthy gives users the ability to capture their meal and get up-to-date results of the most popular food in their area. Users have immediate access to the information they care about most - appetizing photos of food worth eating. With every photo shared, users can include a short review, price range and Foodworthy's signature emoji-based rating.
  • TooNight Turns Regular Evening into a Legendary Night Out with Friends

    Jerad Hill
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:00 am
    TooNight 2.1 by Aedima lets users swipe through a list of their friends to discover where they are and who they're with, so they can make plans for an unforgettable, legendary night of fun and adventure. The new no-cost iOS app also lets users can also find new friends and connect via in-app messaging or Facebook. Patrons can use the app's built-in messaging platform to connect with their friends and make plans, and put in motion what promises to be an unforgettable night.
  • Vocabubble lets Kids Discover the Alphabet and Enrich their Vocabulary

    Jerad Hill
    4 Sep 2015 | 5:55 am
    Marbotic today introduces Vocabubble 1.0.1 for iPad, its first app to discover the alphabet on the tablet by having fun with gorgeous old engravings. With Vocabubble, children from 3 to 7 years discover new words in a quirky and fun universe: artichoke, iguana, Zeus, or even tablet. Each letter of the alphabet has several pictures that come to life, allowing them to discover the word spelled out in full. These beautiful illustrations come from the Pictorial Webster's dictionary.
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  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:09 pm
    If you don't have an Apple Watch and you are wondering what folks use it for, or if you do own one and you want to see how your own usage compares to others, then you should check out the results of iMore's first survey of Apple Watch users.  Over 8,000 folks responded (including me), making this the largest survey of its kind so far.  Respondents said that the best features of the Apple Watch are notifications, timekeeping, health and communications — which are also the four functions that are most useful to me.  The most popular faces are the Utility and the Modular.  (I…
  • [Sponsor] DocReviewPad -- review and annotate documents on the iPad

    Jeff Richardson
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Thank you to Lit Software for sponsoring iPhone J.D. this month.  Many of you have been using Lit Software apps on your iPad for a long time because of the excellent TrialPad and TranscriptPad apps.  This month, Lit Software wants to let iPhone J.D. readers know about its newest app, DocReviewPad, an app that you can use to review and annotate documents on your iPad. For my overview of the features of DocReviewPad, check out the review that I posted in July.  I haven't yet had an opportunity to use DocReviewPad extensively in my own cases just because of the current stages of the…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Yesterday, Apple announced that it will give a presentation on September 9, 2015 at 10 Pacific / 1 Eastern to show off the 2015 version of the iPhone.  Well, technically Apple didn't say what it is showing off, but for many years now Apple has shown off the new iPhone in early September so I'm sure that is what they will do this year too.  The event will take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, which is a large venue, and inspires one to think that this will be a big announcement.  Invitations were sent to select members of the press with the teaser…
  • Review: Black's Law Dictionary, 10th edition -- legal dictionary for the iPad, iPhone

    Jeff Richardson
    24 Aug 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Black's Law Dictionary is, of course, the leading dictionary of legal terms and phrases.  Ever since Bryan Garner took over as editor for the 7th edition, released in 1999, a new edition has been released every five years.  It was first available on iOS in April of 2009, when West released an iOS version based upon the 8th edition (which was released in 2004).  That was actually West's first app for the iPhone.  (My review of that app is here.)  In June of 2009, the 9th edition of Black's Law Dictionary was released, and an iOS app based on that edition was released in…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    20 Aug 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Did you know about the Medical ID feature on the iPhone?  Florida attorney Katie Floyd and California attorney David Sparks discuss it on a recent episode of the Mac Power Users podcast.  Just launch the Health app on your iPhone, tap Medical ID at the lower right, and you select which information should appear in your Medical ID, such as your name, birthday, a person to contact in case of emergency, your medical conditions, allergies, blood type, etc.  If there is an emergency and a professional cannot talk to you but sees that you have an iPhone, hopefully they will know that —…
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  • We're Streaming iOS Games Live on Mobcrush [Tasos Streaming Geometry Dash]

    Eli Hodapp
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:40 pm
    We're streaming live on Mobcrush right now. There's a couple different ways you can watch the stream, and they all work equally well and it's really just a matter of personal preference as to which method you prefer. The easiest way to watch is just watching the embedded player right here on TouchArcade. In the interest of being polite, we mute the audio. If you're somewhere you can listen, be sure to turn it back up- the controls for that are in the lower right corner of the video stream. Alternatively, if you're on a mobile device, visit mobcrush.com/beta and download the free Mobcrush app.
  • Pixelbite Wants to Know What YOU Want to See in 'Space Marshals 2'

    Jared Nelson
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:28 pm
    This year got off to a hot start when Pixelbite Games launched their new dual-stick shooter Space Marshals [$4.99] back in January. On a platform that's been full of dual-stick shooters since the days of iDracula and Minigore, Space Marshals stood well above the pack for its emphasis on stealth and strategy, rather than just blasting everything in sight (though you could usually do that too if you wanted!). The interesting thing about Space Marshals was that it was released in pieces. Pixelbite wasn't sure if it would be a success, so the initial release of Space Marshals was the rather short…
  • New 'Order & Chaos 2' Trailer Shows Off Instant Quests and Solo Dungeons

    Jared Nelson
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:30 am
    About a month ago, Gameloft announced Order & Chaos 2: Redemption, a sequel to their popular free to play MMORPG, via an extremely vague teaser trailer. All we really knew about Order & Chaos 2 at that time is that the game would take place in the same world of Haradon but 600 years after the events of the original game. Today, Gameloft has released a new video explaining two of the new features in Order & Chaos 2: Solo Dungeons and Instant Quests. Besides explaining those features, the video also shows us a bit of the game in action, and it's looking pretty sweet. As was…
  • 'The Sandbox 2' Is Asking for Beta Testers - Go Experiment

    Tasos Lazarides
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:30 am
    Let's see if I can do this without confusing everyone: if you like sandbox games, then you've probably played Pixowl's The Sandbox [Free], the game that gives you your own sandbox to mess with and a thousand ways to do so. Now, Pixowl is searching in our forums for beta testers for The Sandbox's sequel, The Sandbox 2, which promises to be even better than the original Sandbox. If you haven't played the original game, at first look The Sandbox looks like a simple game with simple pixel art, but the simple visuals belie the game's great complexity since you can mess around with organic and…
  • 'Minecraft: Pocket Edition' 0.12 Update Should Hit iOS Around September 8th

    Tasos Lazarides
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:30 am
    It's almost official, Minecraft: Pocket Edition's [$6.99] 0.12 update should hit our iPhones and iPads next week, and I'm very excited about it. As I've mentioned in the past, I've played countless hours of Minecraft on PC, and although I've played MCPE quite a bit too, it never clicked in the same way because of a few important features missing from the mobile version, the sneak button being one of them. Finally, we are a few days away from MCPE quickening its pace towards parity with the PC version, and I can't wait. According to MCPE developer Tommaso Checchi, the 0.12 update, which will…
 
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    CreativeApplications.Net

  • NO_THING – An infrared light framework that turns (almost) anything into a device

    Alexander Scholz
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:17 am
    Developed by the Innovation Lab of Milla & Partner GmbH, a German interaction and spatial design agency based in Stuttgart and Berlin, NO_THING is a tracking and mapping framework that uses infrared light to turn portable physical objects into interactive displays.
  • Fe₂O₃ Glyphs on Kickstarter

    Filip Visnjic
    3 Sep 2015 | 9:42 am
    Created by multi-award winning typographer Craig Ward and experimental photographer Linden Gledhill, Fe₂O₃ Glyphs is a generative ornamental typeface accompanied by a series of unique letterpress prints in a mixture of ferrofluid and Pantone ink.
  • An Sich (The Thing Itself) – The significance of physical manifestation of information

    Filip Visnjic
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:18 am
    Created by Schunck Dölker (Felix Dölker and Florian Schunck) and first shown at Unwrap (University for Applied Sciences Darmstadt), An Sich explores perception and processing of information in a time that is characterized by changes in the way information is consumed.
  • Trace Ribbon – An emergence by movement

    Filip Visnjic
    25 Aug 2015 | 3:13 am
    Created by Shohei Fujimoto, Trace Ribbon is a device that automatically and continuously records and plays back movement. From reading the movements of the user via Leap Motion, it mirrors an organism that does not actually exist while simultaneously gaining an understanding of the rules of the movements that are physically taking place.
  • The Architecture of Radio – Visualizing the invisible architecture of networks

    Filip Visnjic
    24 Aug 2015 | 3:19 am
    Created by Richard Vijgen, The Architecture of Radio is a site-specific iPad application that visualizes this network of networks by reversing the ambient nature of the infosphere; hiding the visible while revealing the invisible technological landscape we interact with through our devices.
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    italk magazine

  • Apple Corporation Review

    italkmagazine
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:39 pm
    According to the stability sheet discovered on Apple’s web site, the Apple Corporation is a mathematically sensible funding for potential and present buyers. Maybe the phrase sensible is an overstatement since there’s all the time a danger in enterprise. But the posted numbers and performances from this dominant firm are, to say the least, extraordinarily spectacular. With a internet revenue of over $B.P billion, it might take lots of effort from an enormous time investor to withstand driving the euphoric curler coaster that Apple is controlling in the mean time. With their shares…
  • Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar – A Natural Fat Burner!

    italkmagazine
    22 Aug 2015 | 9:32 pm
    Discover the unimaginable weight reduction advantages of apple cider vinegar, the way to greatest put together it and the way a lot you must use to get most profit from apple cider vinegar – one among nature’s superb fats burning meals. Apple cider is produced from apple should, additionally referred to as cider. The unfiltered sort could be bought. It has a deep brownish/yellow colour. Here is the method: Apple juice is fermented to turn into alcohol containing apple cider. After that, oxygen is allowed to work together with the cider. This turns the alcohol into acetic acid. You…
  • Benchmark Tests for Android Devices: Explained in Detail

    italkmagazine
    18 Aug 2015 | 6:26 am
    Of late, you’d have been listening to about benchmark checks like ‘Quadrant’, ‘Nenamark’, ‘Linpack’, ‘Browsermark’ and so on. being carried out on smartphones and tablets and avid tech fanatics eagerly evaluating how all these newest units are competing towards one another. We’ll discover what these benchmark exams are, the rationale for them turning into in style and the varied benchmark checks on this article. What are benchmark checks? In computing, a benchmark is the act of operating a set of pc packages for the aim of assessing…
  • Test an iPad – Your Opinion Earns You a Free Apple iPad

    italkmagazine
    13 Aug 2015 | 3:09 pm
    Major firms similar to Apple want precise shoppers to check their new merchandise at house. Of course new merchandise undergo a battery of exams in labs and by professionals, however till precise shoppers attempt them out, the corporate does not actually know if they’ve met the buyer expectation. This is the place you are available. The Apple iPad has lately launched and is at present within the shopper testing part. This means you may obtain an iPad to make use of, check and hold eternally! The solely factor required of you is to offer your opinions to Apple. They need to know what you…
  • Apple TV and Roku Which Wireless Router Best for Streaming

    italkmagazine
    4 Aug 2015 | 8:59 am
    Apple TV and Roku are two units you should use to stream High Definition (HD) Video, films, TV Shows, pictures, and extra to your HD TV wirelessly and hook up with your wi-fi surroundings and hook up with the web. With the web connection, you possibly can lease TV exhibits and HD films to your widescreen HDTV and you may also stream the HD media out of your pc. To join the Apple TV and Roku to the web wirelessly, you want a wi-fi surroundings with the wi-fi TV router or wi-fi router for streaming as the guts of the wi-fi community. The query is which wi-fi router is greatest for Apple TV and…
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    Pocket-lint

  • Apple patents fuel cell laptop battery for long-lasting MacBook

    Elyse Betters
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:24 am
    If we had to complain about one thing when it comes to Apple's laptops, we'd gripe about battery life. And that's especially true if you own an older MacBook Pro. Simply run the Chrome browser on your machine for a couple hours, and before you know it,...
  • Moto 360 Sport is an athletic lean on Moto's new smartwatch

    Chris Hall
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:12 am
    Amidst the announcements for Motorola's new Android Wear devices was the Moto 360 Sport. It's the athletic cousin to the two new 360 devices launched by Motorola. The big difference between this smartwatch and the others is that there is a silicone strap...
  • Withings teams up with Spotify to wake you up before you go go

    Britta O'Boyle
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:02 am
    Withings has used IFA 2015 to announce a partnership with Spotify for its Aura sleep systems, with an aim to offer users a "complete wake up and sleep experience". Both the Aura Total sleep System and the Aura Connected Alarm Clock will now feature Spotify...
  • iHealth Wave wants to track swimming, activity and sleep without using buttons

    Luke Edwards
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:47 am
    iHealth specialises in wellness, rather than simple health tracking. For this reason it's pushing swimming tracking which can be used to recover from injuries as well as enhance fitness. The iHealth Wave is the fitness tracker it wants to help make these...
  • These LG Bean Birds are the cutest things to come out of IFA 2015

    Chris Hall
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:36 am
    IFA 2015 has been a hotbed of the latest tech launches, with plenty of big reveals, from Ultra HD Blu-ray, to a 4K smartphone, to a TV that projects images up your walls. But nothing can touch these LG Bean Birds for cuteness. The LG Bean Bird's aim in...
 
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  • Get the Logitech PowerShell Game Controller with Battery for iPhone 5/5s/iPod touch for just $9

    thomasc
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:07 am
    The Logitech PowerShell Controller for iPhone 5/5S and iPod touch 5th gen. is currently being offered for just $8.97 on Amazon. The Logitech PowerShell is a combination of mobile game controller and second battery: console-style analog game controls allow for more intensive, precise and complex game play with an entire screen for viewing, while a 1500 mAh battery provides for long play sessions. D-pad, shoulder triggers and button cluster move your hands away from the screen for the clearest view of the action. PowerShell works with a great selection of games. No extra software needed.
  • Reflector 2 now lets you stream to YouTube from iPhone/iPad in real time

    thomasc
    20 Aug 2015 | 9:44 am
    Reflector 2 now allows users to stream content from their mobile devices to YouTube in real time. Anybody with a compatible smart phone or tablet can share their screens to YouTube and allow viewers to follow along as they broadcast presentations, in-class lessons, gameplay, video feeds and more. Reflector 2 is claimed to be the world’s first wireless screen-mirroring technology to enable live YouTube streaming. Anything that is displayed on iPhone, iPad, Android device, Chromebook or Surface tablet can be instantly streamed to YouTube when connected to Reflector 2. Uploading gameplay…
  • Google and TP-LINK launch OnHub, a router that gives you fast Wi-Fi

    thomasc
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Google and TP-LINK introduced OnHub, a new kind of router designed to help make Wi-Fi faster, more secure, and easy to use. It has a unique circular antenna with 13 built-in, hidden antennas that reduce network interference and optimize network connectivity. During setup, OnHub searches the airwaves and selects the best channel for the fastest connection. A unique antenna design and smart software keep working in the background, automatically adjusting OnHub to avoid interference and keep the network at peak performance. Users can even prioritize a device, so that the most important…
  • Mars Levitation Bluetooth Speaker System (Amazon Launchpad)

    thomasc
    6 Aug 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Amazon has recently launched Amazon Launchpad, a new program that makes it easy for startups to launch, market, and distribute their products to Amazon customers across the globe. The company also wants to help customers discover these unique products. We are presenting the most interesting of them.  Mars Levitation Bluetooth Speaker System Mars by crazybaby is elegantly designed levitation Bluetooth speaker system with Hi-Fi sound. Mars comes with Bluetooth 4.0, 2.1 Stereo System (when paired with another unit) and 360° sound projection.  The system blends a 3¾” high-excursion…
  • Happy2Print Review – A simple app for printing from your iPhone or iPad

    Kayleigh
    5 Aug 2015 | 4:45 pm
    Happy2Print, a free iOS app for iPhone/iPad, adds one more functionality to your smartphone: printing. It lets users send items directly from their phone to a printer. The app works in partnership with free software called PrintHand. Users download PrintHand to their desktop computer (Mac/Windows), and it lets anyone with the app communicate directly with a printer connected to WiFi, Windows Shared Printer or Google Cloud Print. Don’t bother installing the app before downloading this software first, as it simply will not work. Once you go through the set-up process, you’re ready to…
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  • Calvino Noir – Chapter 3: The Echo Of A Night Spilled Street Walkthrough

    Jeff Scott
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:45 am
    YouTuber RRVirus has posted a series of walkthroughs for Calvino Noir. Here’s Chapter 3: The Echo Of A Night Spilled Street. The post Calvino Noir – Chapter 3: The Echo Of A Night Spilled Street Walkthrough appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Calvino Noir »The post Calvino Noir – Chapter 3: The Echo Of A Night Spilled Street Walkthrough is from Slide To Play via YouTube.
  • Calvino Noir – Chapter 2: The Graven Smog Walkthrough

    Jeff Scott
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:30 am
    YouTuber RRVirus has posted a series of walkthroughs for Calvino Noir. Here’s Chapter 2: The Graven Smog. The post Calvino Noir – Chapter 2: The Graven Smog Walkthrough appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Calvino Noir »The post Calvino Noir – Chapter 2: The Graven Smog Walkthrough is from Slide To Play via YouTube.
  • Calvino Noir – Chapter 1: A Stillen Darkness Drops Walkthrough

    Jeff Scott
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:15 am
    YouTuber RRVirus has posted a series of walkthroughs for Calvino Noir. Here’s Chapter 1: A Stillen Darkness Drops. The post Calvino Noir – Chapter 1: A Stillen Darkness Drops Walkthrough appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Calvino Noir »The post Calvino Noir – Chapter 1: A Stillen Darkness Drops Walkthrough is from Slide To Play via YouTube.
  • Fallout Shelter Has Great Sale on IAP This Weekend

    Jeff Scott
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:45 am
    Lunchboxes and Mr. Handy in-app purchases are up to 50% off through September 7th. The post Fallout Shelter Has Great Sale on IAP This Weekend appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Fallout Shelter »The post Fallout Shelter Has Great Sale on IAP This Weekend is from Slide To Play via Gamezebo.
  • Play This! Sage Solitaire

    Jeff Scott
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:32 am
    Zach Gage has done something with Sage Solitaire. Taken a simple game and made it something interesting. Sage Solitaire takes solitaire rules and smashes them with poker rules and the result is a fantastically compelling, hard to put down gem. It’s a great game, give it a try. The post Play This! Sage Solitaire appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Sage Solitaire »The post Play This! Sage Solitaire is from Slide To Play.
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    iPhone Apps Finder

  • Seesaw Learning Journal for iPhone

    Cyrus
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:48 am
    Your iPhone or iPad can be a great educational tool. There are already plenty of apps that can teach you some science. Seesaw Learning Journal for iOS happens to be a handy app that lets you document and share what you have learned in school. It is possible to import from other apps and use photos, videos, drawings, text notes to keep track of what you have learned. Seesaw keeps your content organized. Teachers will be able to browse the work of their students from the app. They can also mark items they want to review with parents. The app has a built-in audio recorder and drawing tools for…
  • Skillshare for iPhone & iPad

    Cyrus
    3 Sep 2015 | 5:09 am
    There was a time when people needed to rely on books or expensive classes to learn new skills. These days, there are plenty of online courses and apps you can rely on to learn new things. Skillshare for iPhone is one of many apps that offer courses on design, business, and other important topic. You will get to try real projects and go at a pace that works for you. Skillshare’s courses have lessons you can complete in under an hour. You can easily see how popular each course is. Users have the option to enroll in new classes or save them for later. They can also keep track of their…
  • Playground Physics for iPad

    Cyrus
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:48 am
    Studying physics can be lots of fun. These days, we have even more tools to learn and see science in action. Take Playground Physics for iPad for instance. This is a cool app that lets you record a video of you and trace your path of motion by tapping points along the way. The app lets you examine your performance and  get more accurate data on your performance. Playground Physics provides you with video-synced graphs. You can mark important parts of your performance easily. The app helps you see distance, speed, and direction changes when things move. If you enter height of an objects and…
  • Scheme Programming Language for iPhone & iPad

    Cyrus
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:47 am
    Knowing a thing or two about coding has many benefits these days. You don’t need a laptop to start coding on the go as there are many IDEs available for iOS devices. The Scheme Programming Language is a client that lets you use Scheme for math calculations and other tasks. The app lets you compile and run programs on your iOS device. Scheme offers useful features such as syntax highlighting, line numbers, and color themes. The app requires an Internet connection to work. You have access to a reference or samples though. You can buy unlimited compilations for a couple of dollars. Scheme…
  • Applause: Health Tracker for Apple Watch

    Cyrus
    29 Aug 2015 | 6:46 am
    In the past few years, we have covered a whole host of apps that help you get fit, lose weight, and keep your diet on track. Applause happens to be a handy app that counts your steps, tracks your diet & weight, and provides you with various tools, including reminders, to stay on track. It has an Apple Watch app as well. Applause learns from your behavior and offers automatic step tracking. It keeps you motivated and offers useful tips to stay on track.  The Apple Watch app shows how active you have been and lets you log your water intake.  You can also share how you feel. Applause lets…
 
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  • Firefox Public Preview For iPhone and iPad Is Now Available for Download

    Hawon Nguyen
    4 Sep 2015 | 5:59 am
    We have seen many popular web browsers make its ways to the mobile devices like iOS and Android. However, something that a lot of people are waiting for is the official Firefox browser for iPhone and iPad. Mozilla, the team behind Firefox has announced that they’re working on Apple’s Firefox back in December of last year. Recently, a selected number of beta testers were able to get their hand on the beta version and we think that it’s stable enough for Mozilla to release their first public preview to normal users. With that being said, FireFox Public Preview for iOS is now…
  • SafariSearchHider Tweak Lets You Hide History Searches in Normal Safari

    Hawon Nguyen
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:11 am
    There are several reasons why someone would want to enable the Private Browsing feature on their iPhone or iPad. Most commonly, it’s to protect themselves from advertising agencies because most browsers including our stock browser, Safari, track our data for ads purposes. Another good example would be to avoid others from violating their privacy. The default settings in Safari store all the websites and searches that users went to and allows them to easily get access to that information just in case they close all the tabs. Last but not least, auto-fill data, this feature is somewhat…
  • KeyRaider Malware Infects Jailbroken iOS devices. Here’s How to Check for It

    Hawon Nguyen
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:05 pm
    Apple operating system is well-known for its robust security and so on rare cases we see an iPhone or iPad being hacked. In the past, there were several incidents where hackers steal revenue by injecting their scripts to iOS devices and most recently over 220,000 iCloud accounts and passwords were stolen. Just because the iPhone operating system is really good when it comes to protecting you from malicious malware, that doesn’t mean it’s unbreakable. A recent research from Palo Alto networks has discovered a new piece of malware called KeyRaider that aims at jailbroken users and…
  • FutureLock is Certainly the Best Lock Screen Tweak for iOS 8

    Hawon Nguyen
    29 Aug 2015 | 5:48 am
    Through many iOS releases, major or minor, Apple still hasn’t bothered to change its lockscreen interface. The design and its functionality remain the same even though the company did modernize it a little bit to live up with the design standards. Earlier this month, we saw a post on Jailbreak sub-Reddit about a redesigned lockscreen interface made by a former Apple employee. Of course, everyone has to love it and sure enough someone decided to come up with a jailbreak tweak that integrate these features into our iOS devices. A recently released tweak called FutureLock is here to turn…
  • Instagram for iOS updated, now adds landscape and portrait formats

    Hawon Nguyen
    28 Aug 2015 | 7:40 pm
    As Instagram users, we all have to admit that Instagram still lack important features. This gave many iOS developers the opportunity to create third-party applications to meet these needs. However, I know that the team behind Instagram is working extremely hard to roll out new features for its users. For example, in today’s update, the Facebook-owned company has made it possible to post landscape, portrait photos and videos without using any third-party applications from the App Store. Instagram v7.5 update is now available on Apple’s App Store for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. As…
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  • ClubHub: Smart Golf Swing Analyzer & Shot Tracking

    Ci
    4 Sep 2015 | 8:22 am
    In the past few months, we have covered many apps and app-enabled training tools for golfers. ClubHub is another golf sensor system that provides you with real-time data for every shot. It tracks shot distances and locations on the course and provides you with a 3D view of your swing. You can monitor your swing speed, face angle, angle of attack, tempo, and transition angle on your smartphone.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post ClubHub: Smart Golf Swing Analyzer & Shot Tracking appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • BB-8 App-Enabled Droid

    Ci
    4 Sep 2015 | 4:22 am
    Here is a robot that should prove irresistible to Star Wars fans. The BB-8 Droid by Sphero is an app-enabled toy with wireless charging and Bluetooth. It has an adaptive personality that changes as you play. BB-8 responds to your voice commands and can be controlled from your smartphone. You can also let it explore your place on its own.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post BB-8 App-Enabled Droid appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Snap Drone for 4K Aerial Video

    Ci
    4 Sep 2015 | 4:16 am
    Drones are quite useful for recording aerial footage. There are plenty of smart drones with advanced features that can follow you to capture all the action. Snap takes it to the next level by allowing you to record 4K aerial video. It features smart tracking, so it knows where it is and tracks you to keep you in the frame. You get a Sony EXMOR 4K sensor and gimbal stabilization.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Snap Drone for 4K Aerial Video appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Satechi Apple Watch Mount for Steering Wheels

    Ci
    3 Sep 2015 | 4:50 am
    The Apple Watch is the most popular smartwatch on the market. Many of us rely on it on a daily basis to stay connected at home and on the go. Thanks to the Satechi Apple Watch Mount, you can attach your Apple Watch to steering wheels or bike handlebars. It lets you control your music, activate Siri, and read messages more conveniently on the road.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Satechi Apple Watch Mount for Steering Wheels appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard

    Ci
    3 Sep 2015 | 4:45 am
    Many of us rely on our smartphone or tablet to get work done on a daily basis. If you plan to type a lot on your smart device, you are better off investing in a decent Bluetooth keyboard. The Logitech K380 happens to be a Bluetooth keyboard that pairs with up to 3 devices, allowing you to instantly switch between them with the Easy-Switch buttons.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard appeared first on iPhoneNess.
 
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  • Castling in Review – You Got Your Chess In My Puzzle Game…

    Eric Pankoke
    2 Sep 2015 | 9:33 am
    When I was younger, most notably in high school, I liked to play chess once in a while.  The problem with a game like chess is it’s not easily accessible like checkers or most card games, so it can be hard to find folks that want to play with you.  Earlier this year my kids started to gain an appreciation for the game, so when I came across Castling I thought it might appeal to both them and me.  The brilliance of Castling is that while it never presents a full game it teaches you how to move all the pieces, and it throws a nice bit of good old fashion puzzle strategy into the mix as…
  • Interview: Rob Lemon from Gilded Skull Games

    Eric Pankoke
    29 Aug 2015 | 9:03 am
    If I’m not careful I might start morphing into something resembling a journalist.  In what has shockingly become my second interview in under a month I decided to talk with Rob Lemon, art and design lead of Gilded Skull Games.  The company recently unleashed Galactic Keep on the App Store, a labor of love that has been six years in the making.  See what Rob had to say about what I feel is one of the most original games to hit the App Store in quite some time. Concept Artwork First of all, I want to offer the customary “thank you” for taking the time to talk with me. Thanks for…
  • Light In The Dark in Review – A Glowing Puzzle Game

    Eric Pankoke
    26 Aug 2015 | 3:12 pm
    Light In The Dark is one of those puzzle games where you have to light things up using various colors.  It’s been done before, but what makes this one work is the cute atmosphere.  Of course it doesn’t hurt that there are some well designed levels to go along with the kooky story and silly characters.  I’m not a huge fan of this particular type of puzzle game, but Light In The Dark has managed to win me over for now. In Light In The Dark you control these odd but cute creatures that have lost their kids inside a crazy temple full of rooms with quirky designs.  To make matters worse…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [8/18/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    18 Aug 2015 | 2:38 pm
    I got another list of games for you.  Many of the entries this time are variants of popular games that have been cloned to death, but games like Sword & Dragon demonstrate how you can put an extremely fresh spin on a stale concept.  Scrappy Cat, on the other hand, actually proves that borderline annoyingly difficult can actually be fun as well.  And then there’s Mountain Goat Mountain, which just goes to show that goats really are cool.  In the end, I don’t think you’ll go wrong no matter what you choose from this list. Mind The Arrow: Match The Dots [7/29/15] – You can’t…
  • News: Behind The Scenes With Panda and Rousey

    Eric Pankoke
    13 Aug 2015 | 7:42 pm
    Do you play cross-platform action / RPG Taichi Panda?  Or maybe you’re just a fan of up and coming UFC fighter Ronda Rousey.  Either way, if you haven’t seen it yet, they’ve been featured in a pretty cool TV ad promoting the game and her fondness for it.  Better yet, for those of you that like behind the scenes goodies, here’s a short video of how the commercial was made: Making Of Taichi Panda Commercial on Youtube The Actual Commercial If you haven’t tried the game yet, you can find it here: Apple: Snail Games USA Inc., Taichi Panda – Free Google Play:…
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  • Castling in Review – You Got Your Chess In My Puzzle Game…

    Eric Pankoke
    2 Sep 2015 | 9:33 am
    When I was younger, most notably in high school, I liked to play chess once in a while.  The problem with a game like chess is it’s not easily accessible like checkers or most card games, so it can be hard to find folks that want to play with you.  Earlier this year my kids started to gain an appreciation for the game, so when I came across Castling I thought it might appeal to both them and me.  The brilliance of Castling is that while it never presents a full game it teaches you how to move all the pieces, and it throws a nice bit of good old fashion puzzle strategy into the mix as…
  • Interview: Rob Lemon from Gilded Skull Games

    Eric Pankoke
    29 Aug 2015 | 9:03 am
    If I’m not careful I might start morphing into something resembling a journalist.  In what has shockingly become my second interview in under a month I decided to talk with Rob Lemon, art and design lead of Gilded Skull Games.  The company recently unleashed Galactic Keep on the App Store, a labor of love that has been six years in the making.  See what Rob had to say about what I feel is one of the most original games to hit the App Store in quite some time. Concept Artwork First of all, I want to offer the customary “thank you” for taking the time to talk with me. Thanks for…
  • Light In The Dark in Review – A Glowing Puzzle Game

    Eric Pankoke
    26 Aug 2015 | 3:12 pm
    Light In The Dark is one of those puzzle games where you have to light things up using various colors.  It’s been done before, but what makes this one work is the cute atmosphere.  Of course it doesn’t hurt that there are some well designed levels to go along with the kooky story and silly characters.  I’m not a huge fan of this particular type of puzzle game, but Light In The Dark has managed to win me over for now. In Light In The Dark you control these odd but cute creatures that have lost their kids inside a crazy temple full of rooms with quirky designs.  To make matters worse…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [8/18/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    18 Aug 2015 | 2:38 pm
    I got another list of games for you.  Many of the entries this time are variants of popular games that have been cloned to death, but games like Sword & Dragon demonstrate how you can put an extremely fresh spin on a stale concept.  Scrappy Cat, on the other hand, actually proves that borderline annoyingly difficult can actually be fun as well.  And then there’s Mountain Goat Mountain, which just goes to show that goats really are cool.  In the end, I don’t think you’ll go wrong no matter what you choose from this list. Mind The Arrow: Match The Dots [7/29/15] – You can’t…
  • News: Behind The Scenes With Panda and Rousey

    Eric Pankoke
    13 Aug 2015 | 7:42 pm
    Do you play cross-platform action / RPG Taichi Panda?  Or maybe you’re just a fan of up and coming UFC fighter Ronda Rousey.  Either way, if you haven’t seen it yet, they’ve been featured in a pretty cool TV ad promoting the game and her fondness for it.  Better yet, for those of you that like behind the scenes goodies, here’s a short video of how the commercial was made: Making Of Taichi Panda Commercial on Youtube The Actual Commercial If you haven’t tried the game yet, you can find it here: Apple: Snail Games USA Inc., Taichi Panda – Free Google Play:…
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  • Instagram is no longer just for squares

    Terry White
    27 Aug 2015 | 9:05 pm
      I’ve been a long time user of Instagram. I love it because I can post pics there and not only share them with in Instagram followers, but also simultaneously post them to Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Foursquare, email and even Flickr. I like Instagram a lot. It’s probably the only social media platform that I check my entire feed of people that I follow on a daily basis. However, the thing that I absolutely hated was being forced into a 1:1 “square” aspect ratio. Some pics just look better in their native portrait or landscape orientation. Sure I had work arounds…
  • Use your iPad/iPhone as a Second Display on your Mac

    Terry White
    26 Jul 2015 | 9:05 pm
    When i’m at home I have my MacBook Pro connected to two additional displays. A Dell 4K display and a Wacom Cintiq HD 24 display/tablet. However, when I’m on the road I can’t bring those other displays with me. However, I almost always travel with my iPad Air 2. Well with the Duet Display App my iPad can serve as a second display to my Mac when I’m not using it as an iPad. I was blown away with the performance of this app. This is not the first time someone has attempted to do this. However, the previous attempts relied on WiFi and there was always a lag. With Duet…
  • Automilez 2.0 is here!

    Terry White
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:15 am
    One of the things that I’m asked at tax time each year is how many miles did I drive for business? A few years ago it was a struggle for me to come up with that answer and I knew that I cheating myself because I just couldn’t remember all the trips. That all changed when I started using mileage tracking apps on my iPhone. I love Automilez because it was one of the first ones to take advantage of the GPS in your iPhone and not only provide you the distance in miles that you traveled, but it would even document the route. This new 2.0 version is a complete rewrite taking advantage…
  • The Best Apple Watch Apps – 20 Must Haves

    Terry White
    25 May 2015 | 9:05 pm
    I was among the lucky ones to get my Apple Watch Sport 42mm delivered on day one, April 24, 2015. During the setup process you are given the option of installing all of your existing 3rd party iPhone Apps that have Apple Watch apps embedded in them. For example, if you have 30 iPhone apps and 10 of them have Apple Watch apps in them then those 10 apps would get installed on your Apple Watch by default. Of course you can choose to manually install just the ones you want or remove the ones you don’t want. I choose to install all of mine so that I can try them out. In total of my over 495…
  • SPG App Offers Keyless Entry with iPhone and Apple Watch

    Terry White
    14 May 2015 | 9:05 pm
    I traveled to New York City for an event this week and I usually stay at either a Hilton or Marriott in Times Square. However, this time I choose the W Hotel Times Square since it was in the same price range and located right next to the Marriott I would have chosen anyway. The current version of the SPG (Starwood Preferred Guest) App offers keyless entry on your iPhone and Android phone. It also offers it via Apple Watch. I wanted to give it a try. Before you get started on your travels you will need to join the SPG frequent stay program. It’s free of course and if you stay enough…
 
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  • Why Apple's Commitment to Education Matters

    Conner Carey
    4 Sep 2015 | 10:00 am
    Currently in America, there is a huge disparity among public schools. From state to state and even county to county, the quality of education students receive depends on the school they attend and the area in which they live. The White House hopes to address this with its ConnectED, which aims to get the best Internet-connected technologies into classrooms that would otherwise have none. Apple (along with multiple other corporations) has pledged $100 million in computers and iPads to make that a reality. In a recent interview with Good Morning America, Tim Cook said,…
  • Will iOS 9 Finally Fix iPhone Keyboard Shortcuts?

    Siva Om
    4 Sep 2015 | 9:08 am
    At first I thought it was just me. Then again, as someone who uses the iOS keyboard shortcut feature a great deal, I thought I had a pretty good grasp of how it works. And as an early adopter of iOS keyboard shortcuts I also know that it's had a history of glitches. I've been dealing with one of the most persistent and troublesome of the text shortcut glitches  for over a year now: the inability to simply delete old, unwanted text shortcuts from iOS, which is more problematic than it sounds. If you are a frequent user of iOS shortcuts then you likely already know…
  • Tip of the Day: How to Designate a Second Adult to Approve Kids' Purchases in Family Sharing

    Conner Carey
    4 Sep 2015 | 4:00 am
    With the addition of Family Sharing came the ability for family members with separate Apple IDs to share iTunes, iBooks, and App Store purchases made using the same credit card. It also made it easy for parents to approve or deny a child's purchases. As long as Ask to Buy is enabled for the children in the Family Sharing Group, the parent, dubbed the Family Organizer, has total approval power over children's App Store and iTunes purchases (Ask to Buy can't be enabled for adult family members.) The Organizer can also designate a second adult to approve kids' purchases.  Open…
  • 12 Things We’re Hoping to See at the September 9 Apple Event

    Sarah Kingsbury
    3 Sep 2015 | 1:35 pm
    We can safely say that the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will be coming with Force Touch and a nicer camera, but what else does Apple have in store for its fans? Here are 12 things we hope to see during the September 9 iPhone announcement. 1. Eddie Cue busting a move. Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services became an Internet sensation after getting his groove on while introducing Apple Music at WWDC 15. Will he do it again? Actually, we’re not sure if we’re hoping he dances or hoping he doesn’t. 2. More awkward celebrity moments. Apple events are…
  • Follow iPhone Life's Coverage of Apple's Sept. 9 Announcement

    Conner Carey
    3 Sep 2015 | 11:00 am
    We’re in the final countdown to Apple's biggest iPhone announcement yet! Join us on September 9 at 10a.m. PDT for live coverage of the Apple keynote address. We've taken an in-depth look at the new iOS 9 and watchOS 2, pored over all the Apple TV and  iPhone 6s rumors, and bugged Siri for a hint, and now we're ready to find out which rumors are true. And we're hoping Tim Cook has some surprises for us! Tune in online, follow us on twitter, and keep up to date via our live coverage page. Apple’s inviting its closest friends to fill the 7,000 seats (the largest…
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  • Open Source Library Allowing You To Create/Export Swift Objects To A JSON Based Format

    Johann
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:15 am
    Late last year I mentioned the ObjectMapper library for easily mapping JSON Data to/from Swift objects. Here’s an open source Swift based framework allowing you to serialize/deserialize objects from a JSON format called ModelRocket from Oven Bits. OvenBits supports several basic types including String, Bool, Int, UINet, Double and Float, but also more advanced types including NSDate, UIColor, NSURL, amd NSNumber. You can define the objects in JSON or within a typed array and custom objects created with ModelRocket can be used within other objects. You can find MOdelRocket on Github…
  • Open Source Library Providing A Wide Variety Of Great Looking Text Field Animations

    Johann
    27 Aug 2015 | 1:01 am
    Early this year I mentioned the TextFieldEffects library providing a number of text field effects that you can use within an app to draw a user’s attention, and spruce up the look of basic text fields. Here’s an open source library submitted by Mukesh inspired by TextFieldEffects providing even more interesting text field components with neat animation effects called MMTextFieldEffects. This video shows different text field effects in action: You can find MMTextFieldEffects on Github here. You can visit the Tympanus site to see the web text field effects that inspired…
  • Open Source Swift Library For Creating Animated Zoom-In Popover Views

    Johann
    25 Aug 2015 | 1:02 am
    Animated popovers are a great way to draw a user’s attention and here’s an open source component from Yusuke Takahashi for creating zooming popovers called Popover inspired by the facebook app. Popover allows you to create Popover overlays witha number of customizable options.  You can create Popovers with different colors, adjust the shape of your popover, and how fast the popovers zoom in.  To use Popover you simply need to supply a start point, a view to show within the Popover, and then create your Popover with that view and starting point. Here’s an animation…
  • Top iOS Development Resources For Four Weeks Ended August 23rd, 2015

    Johann
    24 Aug 2015 | 12:12 am
    Welcome back to our feature of the most popular new and updated iOS developer resources mentioned on our site in the last four weeks. The top resource is a a component providing a unique and customizable pull-to-refresh component with a neat bouncing and bending animation. Here are the resources: 1. PullToBounce – A custom open source pull to refresh component featuring a unique bouncing animation.  (share on twitter) (featured here) 2. Material Controls For iOS – An open source l ibrary providing a collectin of user interface components inspired by Google Material…
  • Open Source Library For Creating Tinder Style Swipeable Card Based User Interfaces

    Johann
    19 Aug 2015 | 11:55 pm
    Late last year I mentioned an open source component for creating swipeable cards inspired by the interface of the popular Tinder app called ZLSwipeableView. Here’s an open source Swift library allowing you to create a Tinder style interface with a UITableView style datasource/delegate interface called Koloda from Yalantis. Koloda allows you to dynamically load views for efficient performance. The library contains methods for easy detection of card swipes, and more, and includes a nice example project with a complete interface created using Koloda. You can find Koloda on Github here. You…
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    3 Sep 2015 | 6:11 pm
    I search forum but came up empty... I was and am a true blackberry fan...I took a break now i am back... Who missed me!? Hehehe...I m not currently using a bb device I am on android...BUT I do currently use bbm-blackberry messenger. If you do use bbm on Android and yearn to chatup a pal feel free to add me! No Stalker/Perv or weirdo's please! my pin: 7FFBC4F3
 
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    Jeff Richardson
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:09 pm
    If you don't have an Apple Watch and you are wondering what folks use it for, or if you do own one and you want to see how your own usage compares to others, then you should check out the results of iMore's first survey of Apple Watch users.  Over 8,000 folks responded (including me), making this the largest survey of its kind so far.  Respondents said that the best features of the Apple Watch are notifications, timekeeping, health and communications — which are also the four functions that are most useful to me.  The most popular faces are the Utility and the Modular.  (I…
  • [Sponsor] DocReviewPad -- review and annotate documents on the iPad

    Jeff Richardson
    31 Aug 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Thank you to Lit Software for sponsoring iPhone J.D. this month.  Many of you have been using Lit Software apps on your iPad for a long time because of the excellent TrialPad and TranscriptPad apps.  This month, Lit Software wants to let iPhone J.D. readers know about its newest app, DocReviewPad, an app that you can use to review and annotate documents on your iPad. For my overview of the features of DocReviewPad, check out the review that I posted in July.  I haven't yet had an opportunity to use DocReviewPad extensively in my own cases just because of the current stages of the…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Yesterday, Apple announced that it will give a presentation on September 9, 2015 at 10 Pacific / 1 Eastern to show off the 2015 version of the iPhone.  Well, technically Apple didn't say what it is showing off, but for many years now Apple has shown off the new iPhone in early September so I'm sure that is what they will do this year too.  The event will take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, which is a large venue, and inspires one to think that this will be a big announcement.  Invitations were sent to select members of the press with the teaser…
  • Review: Black's Law Dictionary, 10th edition -- legal dictionary for the iPad, iPhone

    Jeff Richardson
    24 Aug 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Black's Law Dictionary is, of course, the leading dictionary of legal terms and phrases.  Ever since Bryan Garner took over as editor for the 7th edition, released in 1999, a new edition has been released every five years.  It was first available on iOS in April of 2009, when West released an iOS version based upon the 8th edition (which was released in 2004).  That was actually West's first app for the iPhone.  (My review of that app is here.)  In June of 2009, the 9th edition of Black's Law Dictionary was released, and an iOS app based on that edition was released in…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    20 Aug 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Did you know about the Medical ID feature on the iPhone?  Florida attorney Katie Floyd and California attorney David Sparks discuss it on a recent episode of the Mac Power Users podcast.  Just launch the Health app on your iPhone, tap Medical ID at the lower right, and you select which information should appear in your Medical ID, such as your name, birthday, a person to contact in case of emergency, your medical conditions, allergies, blood type, etc.  If there is an emergency and a professional cannot talk to you but sees that you have an iPhone, hopefully they will know that —…
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  • A 'Good' Move: BlackBerry Announces Latest Acquisition

    4 Sep 2015 | 9:27 am
    On Friday, BlackBerry reminded the world that it's still a force to be reckoned with in mobile. That much is clear from today's announcement. BlackBerry has just confirmed its acquisition of Good Technology -- a provider of secure mobility solutions -- for $425 million in cash. "The acquisition of Good is aligned with BlackBerry’s strategy to offer customers the most complete, end-to-end solution that secures the entire mobile enterprise, across all platforms," BlackBerry said in this morning's media announcement.
  • US Judge Approves a $415 Million Settlement in the Anti-Poaching Lawsuit

    4 Sep 2015 | 1:03 am
    US District Court Judge Lucy Koh recently approved a joint $415 million settlement in an anti-poaching lawsuit that involved Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe. The news helps to official bring the long case to a close. For those of you who didn’t know, originally filed in 2011 by workers from Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe, who accused their employers of instituting a so-called “no poach” rule, artificially suppressing salaries by stifling cross-company mobility. The executives at each company were set to task over the matter but the case ended up attaining its high-profile status when…
  • Recently Discovered Adaware Scripts Mouse Clicks to Access OS X Keychain

    4 Sep 2015 | 12:11 am
    A new version of the Genieo adware has helped surface a new technique for accessing the OS X Keychain without any user intervention. This is a security gray area that could potentially be used by malicious parties to access sensitive data that is otherwise stored in the Mac credential manager. To be more specific, the adware depends on an OS X feature that is designed to prevent users from being forced to enter their account password multiple times in a quick succession. The folks over at Malwarebytes discovered that the Genieo installer asks users to authenticate with their password
  • Apple Opens @AppStoreGames Twitter Account

    3 Sep 2015 | 6:22 pm
    Apple has just opened a new Twitter account. And gamers may want to be quick to give a follow. @AppStoreGames is the new handle and it's focused, as you might guess, on the iOS games arena. "Tap. Tap. Hello, world," was the account's first tweet today, a message that helped attract over 17,000 followers so far -- not bad for the first day of a new Twitter account. Nonetheless, the new account is both timely and fitting, particularly as Apple is expected to make a big games push with the launch of a new Apple TV
  • Mozilla Soft Launches iOS Firefox Web Browser in New Zealand, Coming to Everyone Else Later This Year

    3 Sep 2015 | 4:46 pm
    Mozilla announced on Thursday that it has soft launched its first public preview of the Mozilla Firefox Web browser for iOS in the New Zealand App Store. Firefox has been teasing its Web browser on the iOS platform for months, so today's announcement is pretty big news for the die-hard Firefox fans out there that feel like they've been waiting forever for this day to come. Above, you can see what the public preview of Mozilla Firefox for iOS looks like in all of its luster. The overall design looks much like the desktop version of the application, including the curvy tabs, bold-buttoned…
 
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  • Seriously is hiring a UA Manager for its LA office

    4 Sep 2015 | 8:00 am
    Seriously, the developer behind Best Fiends , is currently looking to hire a User Acquisition Manager for its office in Venice, Los Angeles. The listed responsibilities for the role are as follows: Work with finance, marketing and product teams to develop performance advertising strategies Build campaigns across key performance marketing platforms, focusing on hitting acquisition and ROI targets...
  • PGC Helsinki ticket opens door to Asia for UK studio Rumpus Entertainment

    4 Sep 2015 | 5:40 am
    Attending a Pocket Gamer Connects conference proved particularly profitable for one developer. The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle is a point and click adventure game with a premium price tag. Created by UK developer Rumpus Animation, the studio’s creative director Seb Burnett attended Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki 2014. We call it "connects" for a reason Off the back of a meeting with a repr...
  • Indie learnings from exhibiting at Gamescom 2015

    4 Sep 2015 | 4:00 am
    This is an article in a regular series of guest columns from Nordic Game Bits. Sune Blindkilde Thorsen is NordicGameBits' CEO and co-founder. 350,000 people gathered in the crowded halls in Cologne, Germany for the fifth edition of the Gamescom conference. But does it make sense for small developers to attend a consumer-oriented trade fair like Gamescom? Most attendees at Gamescom are player...
  • Apple opens a gaming-specific App Store Twitter account - @appstoregames

    4 Sep 2015 | 3:30 am
    In a testament to how big gaming has become on the iOS platform, Apple has created a gaming-specific Twitter account with the handle @AppStoreGames. The account is manned by the Apple Games Editors, who select which games get pride of place in the App Store with their Editors' Choice awards.  The feed only became active in the past 24 hours, but at the time of writing its follower count is n...
  • Games Funding Forum 2015 announced for 15 October

    4 Sep 2015 | 3:00 am
    Develop:Brighton organisers Tandem Events has announced the return of its Games Funding:Forum. It's a half day conference about how best to access funds for game companies, held at Rich Mix, Shoreditch in London on 15 October. Confirmed speakers include: Game Dev's Guide to Funding Sources in the UK from Ella Romanos from Strike Gamelabs Soup to Nuts - A Funding Model, Mike Hayes from Mercia Tech...
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    Life in LoFi: iPhoneography

  • Astropad Mini uses your iPhone to edit with Photoshop

    Mel Martin
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:54 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: Astropad Mini is a clever idea. It's an iPhone app that turns phone into a small graphics tablet for precise editing with Photoshop on your Mac. "Astropad Mini uses your iPhone to edit with Photoshop." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Instagram for iPhone adds built-in Portrait and Landscape support

    Marty Yawnick
    29 Aug 2015 | 9:22 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: The latest update to Instagram for iPhone adds built-in Portrait and Landscape support for photos and video… sort of. Here's how to find it, how to use it, and what to expect. "Instagram for iPhone adds built-in Portrait and Landscape support." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Breaking: Adobe will bring Photoshop to iOS in October

    Mel Martin
    26 Aug 2015 | 8:12 pm
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: There are reports today that Adobe will reboot Photoshop for iOS bringing sophisticated editing to our favorite mobile platform. The hope is to bring high end editing to phones and laptops. "Breaking: Adobe will bring Photoshop to iOS in October." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • FORMULAS offers high-quality filters and frames

    Mel Martin
    25 Aug 2015 | 8:28 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: Mel takes a look at Formulas, an iPhone photo app which creates well thought out unique looking photo effects that simply don’t look pasted on or out of place. "FORMULAS offers high-quality filters and frames." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • ColorMagic for Mac turns B&W photos into color

    Mel Martin
    17 Aug 2015 | 8:10 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: We take a look at ColorMagic, a Mac OS app which can transform a black and white portrait or landscape into a color photo with a minimum of effort. "ColorMagic for Mac turns B&W photos into color." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
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  • Aquapolis: How To Become A Well-Paid Aquatect

    Eric Compton
    2 Sep 2015 | 5:47 am
    Do you ever wonder about the city of Atlantis? Was it really a myth? If we can manage to lose two planes in as many months in the deep, dark waters of the ocean, there’s probably a good chance that we might have missed something. Maybe Godzilla’s even down there. Who knows? I do know there’s a scary bottomless hole in the Caribbean Sea, just off Guatemala and no one knows what’s down there. The ocean is a scary place. But if you too are fascinated by the mysteries beneath the waves and enjoy fantasies of the sunken city of Atlantis, you should definitely check out…
  • Clicker Heroes: Minimum Effort For Maximum Reward

    Eric Compton
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:33 pm
    Everyone has a favourite RPG. Whether it’s the four disc epic of Final Fantasy VII or the high stakes tension of Fire Emblem (where if a character dies they’re gone FOR GOOD), the RPG genre is much beloved by gaming fans, bundled up in equal parts sweet nostalgia and emotion-wrenching storytelling. Which is great. There was however, one major drag when it came to those classic RPGs. The constant level grinding. Endless hours fighting pointless monsters you could beat with one hit. All for that precious smattering of exp to help you tackle the next big boss. If the repetition…
  • iPhone Cases and Why they are Needed

    DeSouza
    28 Aug 2015 | 3:13 am
    Hеrе аrе thе reasons you should get a gооd case for уоur iPhone 6ѕ. It’ѕ Made Of Glаѕѕ An іPhоnе 4 аnd іPhоnе 4S іѕ a ѕtееl frаmе ѕurrоundеd bу nоt оnе but twо раnеlѕ оf a ѕmооth, sleek, frаgіlе ѕubѕtаnсе саllеd glass. Iѕ it that gееktаѕtіс Corning glаѕѕ? Yеѕ, iѕ іt ѕtrоngеr аnd mоrе dаmаgе rеѕіѕtаnt thаn a lоt оf glass? Aрраrеntlу, iѕ іt oh-so-cleverly called “Gоrіllа” glаѕѕ? Yоu bet. It’ѕ still glass. Thаt stuff thаt shatters when you thrоw a rock аt іt. Or hurl a bad guy…
  • Wield SoulCalibur itself right now in Outcast Odyssey

    DeSouza
    26 Aug 2015 | 8:47 am
    Outcast Odyssey is crossing over with SoulCalibur and between now and September 7th you can collect the eponymous sword itself as well as popular characters from the franchise. These characters include Ivy, Mitsurugi, Voldo, Maxi, Kilik, Siegfried, Nightmare, and Astaroth as well as Soul Edge and, of course, SoulCalibur. You can grab them as rewards for completing events or by heading over to the in-game store and purchasing them directly. Outcast Odyssey is a blend of RPG, card battler, and roguelike and sees you set out on an adventure spanning over 40 islands, battling foes and collecting…
  • A Look at the Top Gaming Apps on Your Mobile Phone

    DeSouza
    24 Aug 2015 | 10:54 am
    So you love online gaming and you want more. That is where we come in: we can offer you exactly what you need to get started with the absolute best gaming apps that are available on your phone right now. You probably already have a few favorites, right? For example, you might already be interested in sites like Royal Vegas. That’s a given pretty much as far as we are concerned. Royal Vegas Online Casino has an app that gives you the best of the best. So let’s start there and work our way down the list of the top gaming apps for your mobile smart phone. Royal Vegas Online Gaming App So…
 
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  • Get the Logitech PowerShell Game Controller with Battery for iPhone 5/5s/iPod touch for just $9

    thomasc
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:07 am
    The Logitech PowerShell Controller for iPhone 5/5S and iPod touch 5th gen. is currently being offered for just $8.97 on Amazon. The Logitech PowerShell is a combination of mobile game controller and second battery: console-style analog game controls allow for more intensive, precise and complex game play with an entire screen for viewing, while a 1500 mAh battery provides for long play sessions. D-pad, shoulder triggers and button cluster move your hands away from the screen for the clearest view of the action. PowerShell works with a great selection of games. No extra software needed.
  • Reflector 2 now lets you stream to YouTube from iPhone/iPad in real time

    thomasc
    20 Aug 2015 | 9:44 am
    Reflector 2 now allows users to stream content from their mobile devices to YouTube in real time. Anybody with a compatible smart phone or tablet can share their screens to YouTube and allow viewers to follow along as they broadcast presentations, in-class lessons, gameplay, video feeds and more. Reflector 2 is claimed to be the world’s first wireless screen-mirroring technology to enable live YouTube streaming. Anything that is displayed on iPhone, iPad, Android device, Chromebook or Surface tablet can be instantly streamed to YouTube when connected to Reflector 2. Uploading gameplay…
  • Google and TP-LINK launch OnHub, a router that gives you fast Wi-Fi

    thomasc
    18 Aug 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Google and TP-LINK introduced OnHub, a new kind of router designed to help make Wi-Fi faster, more secure, and easy to use. It has a unique circular antenna with 13 built-in, hidden antennas that reduce network interference and optimize network connectivity. During setup, OnHub searches the airwaves and selects the best channel for the fastest connection. A unique antenna design and smart software keep working in the background, automatically adjusting OnHub to avoid interference and keep the network at peak performance. Users can even prioritize a device, so that the most important…
  • Mars Levitation Bluetooth Speaker System (Amazon Launchpad)

    thomasc
    6 Aug 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Amazon has recently launched Amazon Launchpad, a new program that makes it easy for startups to launch, market, and distribute their products to Amazon customers across the globe. The company also wants to help customers discover these unique products. We are presenting the most interesting of them.  Mars Levitation Bluetooth Speaker System Mars by crazybaby is elegantly designed levitation Bluetooth speaker system with Hi-Fi sound. Mars comes with Bluetooth 4.0, 2.1 Stereo System (when paired with another unit) and 360° sound projection.  The system blends a 3¾” high-excursion…
  • Happy2Print Review – A simple app for printing from your iPhone or iPad

    Kayleigh
    5 Aug 2015 | 4:45 pm
    Happy2Print, a free iOS app for iPhone/iPad, adds one more functionality to your smartphone: printing. It lets users send items directly from their phone to a printer. The app works in partnership with free software called PrintHand. Users download PrintHand to their desktop computer (Mac/Windows), and it lets anyone with the app communicate directly with a printer connected to WiFi, Windows Shared Printer or Google Cloud Print. Don’t bother installing the app before downloading this software first, as it simply will not work. Once you go through the set-up process, you’re ready to…
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  • Spigen Slim Armor Case for iPhone 6

    iPhoneScreenProtectorBlog
    27 Aug 2015 | 11:10 pm
    The Spigen Slim Armor Case for iPhone 6 in a very interesting case, very slim and with a minimalistic style with curved sides that provide a comfortable grip. The case features a dual-layer construction that provide all-around protection while still maintaining a slim profile. The outer layer is  made of durable hard matte Polycarbonate, is […]
  • OtterBox Commuter Wallet Series iPhone 6 Case

    iPhoneScreenProtectorBlog
    24 Aug 2015 | 1:06 am
    The OtterBox Commuter Wallet Series iPhone 6 Case is a Multi-layer case with and hidden wallet storage that provide quick access to your cards and cash. The two-piece design of the case provide superior protection against bumps, shocks and accidental drops. The rigid outher layer is made of Hi-impact polycarbonate and deflects bumps and shocks, […]
  • Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6

    iPhoneScreenProtectorBlog
    20 Aug 2015 | 9:10 am
    The Spigen Tough Armor Case for iPhone 6 is one of the most protective cases from sthe Spigen line of iPhone 6 cases. The Tough Armor is a case with a dual layer design. The inside of the case is made a premium anti-stretch TPU that’s flexible and shock-absorbing, thanks to the web pattern design […]
  • OtterBox Commuter Series iPhone 6 Case

    iPhoneScreenProtectorBlog
    12 Aug 2015 | 4:20 am
    The OtterBox Commuter Series iPhone 6 Case is a sleek and tough 2-piece case that provides protection for your iPhone 6 against scratches, drops, bumps and shocks. The case is made up of two layers that work together to absorb and deflect impact forces from accidental drops and shocks  away from the iPhone 6. The […]
  • OtterBox Defender Series iPhone 6 Case

    iPhoneScreenProtectorBlog
    10 Aug 2015 | 2:58 am
    Defender Series, the original multi-layer protective case has built a reputation for hard-core, rugged, and most of all trusted protection. Beyond the hardcore protection, this rugged OtterBox Defender Series iPhone 6 Case is designed to optimize the full functionality of your phone, including the touch ID. This protective membrane cradles the Touch ID to help […]
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    iOSnoops » Daily App Deals

  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – September 4, 2015

    Jerry Collins
    4 Sep 2015 | 4:00 am
    iOSnoops is constantly on the lookout for great deals, and here are 31 iPhone and iPad apps that have just been discounted. This app deal alert includes Badland, Home Design 3D, BetBud, 3D Virtual Laboratory Biology, Achoo Gaboo, Phase 10, Rebuild, Full Fitness, Skip-Bo, NFL Quarterback 15, Adventure Chronicles, Calzy and many others. all apps on sale today ➜
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – September 4, 2015

    Damian Ragar
    4 Sep 2015 | 3:58 am
    Looking to fill up your iPhone or iPad with free apps? Great apps go free on a regular basis, just like these 21 apps. This apps gone free alert includes Battle Riders, Pacific Rim, Stickman Football, Snap Save, Dr. Panda's Toy Cars, Aura, Amigo Pancho, Grandma's Garden, Duck & Roll, Ringtones Pimp Maker, Pacific Rim, iAngle Meter Pro, Dual Browser and many others. all apps gone free today ➜
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – September 4, 2015

    Stefani Lain
    4 Sep 2015 | 3:56 am
    Need new apps for your favorite device? Here are 34 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that just hit the App Store. This new apps alert includes Goat Simulator MMO, SpinTunes, Beat Bop, Dungeon Boss, Fishy Bits, Sky Whale, Swap Cops, Block it, I am Bread, Byte://, Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville, Worms 4 and many others. all apps released today ➜
 
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    TheiPhoneAppReview.com

  • Clippit is Great for Browsing and Creating GIFs of Your Favorite Shows

    Sarah Hanlon
    4 Sep 2015 | 11:22 am
    Tweet Clippit – Create and share TV clips of your favorite shows, sports highlights, comedy moments & more Price: Free Rating: ***** (5/5) iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com If you’re like me, you love browsing funny GIFs instead of watching clips on YouTube or another video site. However, it can be tricky to find them […]
  • Aquapolis: Master Your Undersea World

    Luke Patrick
    4 Sep 2015 | 6:13 am
    Tweet Aquapolis – Build an underwater megapolis & grow your farm! Price: Free Rating: ***** (5/5) iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com If you’ve been with us long, you’re likely aware of the fact that we’re absolute suckers for long-term growth games. Anything with a particularly Sim City vibe has us gripped by the horns. However, […]
  • Happy Wheels is an Incredible Ride

    MarilynChau
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:44 am
    Tweet Happy Wheels Price: Free Rating: ****½ (4.5/5) iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Happy Wheels brings this popular, fun and addictive online side-scrolling physics-based game to the iOS audience. Available for free through the iTunes Store, this app by Jim Bonacci is sure to provide hours of entertainment. Of course the free to play online […]
  • for Meetings Is a Powerful Business Tool for iPad

    Sarah Hanlon
    2 Sep 2015 | 6:33 am
    Tweet for Meetings – Manage meeting notes, agendas and minutes Price: Free Rating: ****½ (4.5/5) iPad App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Developed by Imperative Software Pty Ltd, for Meetings is a free meeting management app for iPad that gives users a ton of control over meetings, projects, attendees, and much more. The app is great for […]
  • See the Future with Money Forecast

    MarilynChau
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:51 am
    Tweet Money Forecast – Analyze, Control, Plan, Predict, and Track Your Finances (Budget Planner) Price: $0.99 Rating: ****~ (4/5) iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Money Forecast is an very useful personal finance tool that provides budget forecasts to help users make smart money choices. Available for just under a dollar, this app is designed to […]
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  • We Discover Wildlife: Forest Quest Review

    Nikki
    3 Sep 2015 | 6:00 pm
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the App in iTunes Kindermatica Ltd. Price: $0.99 The We Discover Wildlife: Forest Quest app is a fun educational family board game.  With We Discover Wildlife: Forest Quest, families can enjoy a digital pass-and-play board game that is all about animals.  This app would be great in a home setting or classroom setting.  The app is designed for children as young as 4, but is great for a range of ages. We Discover Wildlife features a multiplayer mode with the option to play with 2 to 4 players, as well as the…
  • Animal Toonz Review

    Nikki
    24 Aug 2015 | 8:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (9 Votes) See the App in iTunes Daniel Machness Price: $0.99 Do you have a little one who loves music?  What about animals?  If so, you should definitely check out Animal Toonz.  With Animal Toonz, toddlers and preschoolers can enjoy a magical world of animals who will take them on an open-ended musical adventure!  I thought that this app would be really fun for little ones, especially those who love music. The Animal Toonz app is geared towards children ages 1 through 4 years old.  Children will be able to journey…
  • Bob Books – Reading Magic Review

    Monica
    20 Aug 2015 | 8:50 pm
    QualityFunctionalityEase of UseValue5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes Bob Books Publications LLC Price: $3.99 The best-selling Bob Books have now entered the digital age with a fabulous new app called Bob Books Reading Magic. Your children are sure to love this app as much as they will love reading by the time they are through. The interface is user-friendly, interactive and the perfect way to get kids excited about reading. Bob Books are a long time favorite of kids, teachers and parents. Their cute and fun illustrations and easy to read stories have been the…
  • Montessori Early Reading – Phonics & Rhyme Games Review

    Monica
    17 Aug 2015 | 10:21 pm
    QualityEase of UseFunctionalityValue5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes Les Trois Elles Price: $1.99 Any parent will tell you that there are few things more exciting and gratifying than seeing your child read their first words. Watching my kids go from learning letter sounds to finally struggling through and reading their first word all by themselves has been one of my proudest “Mom Moments”. I have one more child to get to that point, and having tools like the Montessori Early Reading app will help that moment come very soon. This app offers four different…
  • Tiny Builders – Digger, Crane and Dumper for Kids! Review

    Monica
    17 Aug 2015 | 9:33 pm
    QualityEase of UseFunctionalityValue5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes wonderkind GmbH Price: $1.99 If you have a preschooler who loves construction equipment, then Tiny Builders is the app for you! This adorably animated app allows children to explore their very own construction site. They can learn what the different pieces of equipment are and what they do. They will have hours of fun playing and exploring this city block that is full of activities. The construction fun begins by having your child create and customize their builder. They can choose from several…
 
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    AppsRumors

  • PGPTools

    Kate
    3 Sep 2015 | 3:35 am
    Private and business communication is a part of our daily life, but what happens when a message that was intended to be private is seen by someone who shouldn’t have? Keeping your data safe doesn’t have to be difficult-as long as you keep the sensitive information encrypted and under your control. PGPTools is the best app to prevent those nosy people from having the unexplained need to peek at your screen whenever you receive a message. The program encrypts your message using a strong encryption algorithm, which scrambles a text into unreadable code that needs a key to be unlocked,…
  • Instagram updated its Direct messaging feature with chat threads, giant emoji, more

    Kate
    2 Sep 2015 | 2:06 am
    Facebook-owned Instagram updated its private-messaging feature, called Instagram Direct with a number of notable improvements. Direct feature was first announced in 2013 and allowed users to send a single photo privately to a friend or a group of friends, where it could be commented on away from the public eye. With the update, Instagram Direct now supports threaded conversations and allows you to pick a photo from a user’s feed to send to a friend or group privately as a Direct message. According to Instagram representatives, over 85 million people use Direct each month to “send…
  • Lara Croft GO

    Kate
    1 Sep 2015 | 3:22 am
    Lara Croft GO by SQUARE ENIX INC is a perfectly done puzzle-solving adventure, combining elements of both turn-based strategy concept and traditional Tomb Raide gameplay. In Lara Croft GO, you control the famous tomb raider, while solving many different types of puzzles along the way, fighting with enemies and avoiding hazards and traps. In the early stages, the traps are relatively easy to navigate around. The important moment here is timing and planning ahead in a way that means you don’t get trapped or killed.  While navigating the character, you must also collect artifacts, relics,…
  • Apple TV 4 reportedly launches in October for $149 or $199

    Kate
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:49 am
    The next-generation Apple TV will debut in October for less than $200The sources have revealed additional details on Apple’s pricing, availability, and product lineup plans for its set-top devices. According to the latest reports, the fourth-generation Apple TV will be available for $200, and is on track to become available in October. Apple is reportedly finalizing the price of the upcoming device, but the latest options call for a starting price point of either $149 or $199. Since the new product will be considerably more expensive than other streaming media devices on the market, the…
  • Instagram supports portrait and landscape mode for photo and video

    Kate
    28 Aug 2015 | 2:31 am
    Instagram announced that users will be allowed to share photos and videos in both portrait and landscape modes. The company found out, that one in five photos aren’t in the square format, so the new capability is now available via the Instagram app update version 7.5 on iOS.  “Square format has been and always will be part of who we are. That said, the visual story you’re trying to tell should always come first, and we want to make it simple and fun for you to share moments just the way you want to. It turns out that nearly one in five photos or videos people post aren’t in…
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  • Bumper Cases for iPhone 6 Plus: A Safer Way to Style

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    4 Sep 2015 | 4:45 am
    Tomorrow has just passed and here we are, bringing to you the choices comprising of a perfect balance of apt style and acute protection. With firm fitting, less weight and no compromise on the original looks, here is the list of some of the handpicked bumper cases for your iPhone 6 Plus. Roundup of iPhone The post Bumper Cases for iPhone 6 Plus: A Safer Way to Style appeared first on .
  • Sphero Launches BB-8 Droid from Star Wars for iPhone Users on “Force Friday”

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    4 Sep 2015 | 2:57 am
    “The Force go stronger with this one”. Darth Vader must have meant something for all the iPhone and Star Wars fans in the world. Sphero, the experts in designing iPhone swayed “robo balls”, is launching a BB 8 droid. For those who don’t know, the BB 8 droid is a character in the highly awaited The post Sphero Launches BB-8 Droid from Star Wars for iPhone Users on “Force Friday” appeared first on .
  • How to Flush DNS Cache in Mac OS X Yosemite

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    4 Sep 2015 | 2:19 am
    If you are a network administrator, web developer or a system administrator of Mac, you may face a necessary situation to flush DNS cache in OS X. Especially if you want a name server to resolve rightly or a change in DNS address to be detected by your individual system. Besides the above reasons, if The post How to Flush DNS Cache in Mac OS X Yosemite appeared first on .
  • How to Disable Auto-play Facebook Videos on iPhone and iPad

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    3 Sep 2015 | 11:02 pm
    Auto-play video can be annoying especially when you are doing something serious on your Facebook or any other social media. Agreed that your FB friends love to share good content, but not those long videos that run for more than 10 minutes. Instagram users also had to undergo this trouble of disabling auto-play videos; thankfully, The post How to Disable Auto-play Facebook Videos on iPhone and iPad appeared first on .
  • iPhone Apps Gone Free – Apps of The Day – 4 September 2015

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    3 Sep 2015 | 10:43 pm
    For iPhone users, there is no better a news than free apps to download. Well, iGeeksBlog is passionate about everything related to Apple products, and therefore, we bring up-to-date info on iPhones, iPads, iPads, iTunes and more. And this list is incomplete without apps gone free! You bet, we keep refreshing this section every day The post iPhone Apps Gone Free – Apps of The Day – 4 September 2015 appeared first on .
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  • Apple and Dr. Dre forced to apologize for his abuse of women

    24 Aug 2015 | 11:46 am
    With the recent release of the movie, "Straight Outta Compton," the spotlight has turned to Dre's checkered past in regards to abusing women. Dr. Dre felt the need to release a statement apologizing for his past behaviors. Dre released the following statement:Twenty five years ago I was a young man drinking too much and in over my head with no ...
  • Apple has completely screwed up iTunes Match and it's a disaster

    18 Aug 2015 | 9:23 am
    Apple has completely screwed up iTunes Match for me. Since the debut of Apple Music, iTunes Match has not worked. I've already written about how every iOS update now deletes my offline music, but it's much more than that. I cannot stream music without it skipping. Why is that? I have no idea, but it wasn't like this before Apple Music.Download...
  • How to fix iTunes Match after an iOS update deletes your music

    18 Aug 2015 | 8:47 am
    If the iTunes Match music on your iPhone or iPad has been deleted by an iOS update or by Apple Music, you may be able to fix it fairly easily. THE PROBLEM: After the iOS 8.4.1 update off of my offline music and videos were gone. I re downloaded 12 GB of music again which took almost 3 days (extremely slow). After all of my music was re downloaded...
  • I'm tired of waiting for Apple to get music right

    15 Aug 2015 | 4:12 am
    Ever since Apple launched Apple Music, I've been miserable. I am an iTunes Match customer, and I never turned on Apple Music, yet my library has been messed up. When Apple first launched Apple Music several weeks ago, I ended up with multiple duplicate songs on my iPhone. After the update, I had to re download my entire iTunes Match library on m...
  • Apple won't sell cellular service directly to consumers

    5 Aug 2015 | 3:28 am
    So much for Business Insider's sources. Yesterday, Business Insider reported Apple was testing a way to sell cellular service directly to consumers by starting a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service of its own. The theory was that the iPhone could switch between carriers depending on who has the best service at a given location, but th...
 
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  • Puzzle Game Trick Shot Now Available On The App Store

    Francesco
    4 Sep 2015 | 5:04 am
    With the amount of puzzle games now available on the App Store, fans of the genre really have nothing to complain, with many excellent titles providing varied experiences. If you are looking for a new puzzle game to play on the go, you may want to check out a new game created by one of The post Puzzle Game Trick Shot Now Available On The App Store appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Minecraft Pocket Edition Massive 0.12 Update To Launch Next Week

    Francesco
    4 Sep 2015 | 4:32 am
    Last month new details have emerged on the next Minecraft Pocket Edition update, update 0.12. Not much has been said about its possible release date but a few hours ago it’s been revealed that it will be released soon. According to Tommaso Checchi, the next Minecraft Pocket Edition update is going to be released around The post Minecraft Pocket Edition Massive 0.12 Update To Launch Next Week appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Unique Puzzle / Platform Game I Am Bread Now Available On The App Store

    Francesco
    4 Sep 2015 | 12:35 am
    Bossa Studios is a team that’s known for some really wacky games like Surgeon Simulator and other less wacky but not less unique like Thomas Was Alone. With their new game, I Am Bread, the team has definitely gone beyond anything they have ever done before, offering a game that’s so unusual that it’s even The post Unique Puzzle / Platform Game I Am Bread Now Available On The App Store appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Unkilled Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide

    Jeremy
    3 Sep 2015 | 5:57 pm
    Take control of an elite force known as WOLFPACK and take out the undead roaming the streets of New York! Unkilled is a first-person shooter with incredible graphics for an iOS game. Run, shoot, and survive with the help of our Unkilled cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide! 1. Go for headshots! Nailing a zombie right in The post Unkilled Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Worms 4 Now Available On The App Store

    Francesco
    3 Sep 2015 | 2:34 am
    The Worms series has managed to gather quite a following during the years, thanks to a really engaging gameplay experience. The series has also been very successful on smartphones, with Team 17 releasing several entries of the series in the past years. If you have been craving some new Worms action, you better access the The post Worms 4 Now Available On The App Store appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
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    AppDK blog

  • How to Effectively Track and Resolve Bugs in Your Apps

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    31 Aug 2015 | 6:02 am
    The best way to manage bugs in your application is to avoid them. But some of the bugs get detected only after the release of the app. This is not the end of the world. Some major app publishers released app versions with a bug and survived. The key to managing your bugs successfully means knowing how to detect them, track them and how to manage user frustration caused by not good enough performance of your app. Let’s look into all these in more detail. Detecting application bugs There are three ways in which your users can tell you about the bug in your app. 1) App Store reviews Track your…
  • Some Growth Hacking Ideas for App Promotion

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    17 Aug 2015 | 3:59 am
    You may spend hours and days promoting your mobile app or game. You talk about your app on forums, your product appears on some app blogs every now and then, but each of this activities brings you very few users and hardly any money. But that’s not how it’s done. App marketing is about effective techniques and a stable growth. It really helps adopting a growth hacking mindset when you set out to promote your products. So, what is growth hacking? It’s a marketing technique which uses creativity, social metrics and analytical thinking to sell and promote products. For growth hackers, the…
  • How Price Drops Can Contribute to Your Success on iOS App Store

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    4 Aug 2015 | 4:17 am
    Many developers admit that occasional price drops are the major method of attracting new users to their apps. Not PR, not advertising, not social media promotion – just price drops! In this post we’ll find out the reasons why this strategy works and discuss ways to get the most advantage of a temporary price drop. If you have developed a paid iOS app, you absolutely can’t miss this information. Why does it work? Users get alerts via apps like App Price Drops by Apple Sliced. Some app blogs have App Store crawlers that “inform” them about the price drops. Without any PR activities,…
  • How to Promote Your iOS Apps to Japanese Market

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:18 am
    At first, a few words about why pushing apps to Japan is a great idea. Firstly, large market (this small country has a third of USA population) with users preferring iOS devices over the ones running on Android. And, secondly, the Japanese are ready to spend money on good quality apps, games and in-apps (not so much the case in Russia or China). In fact, according to Sensortower, Japan demonstrates the highest revenue per download in 2015. You can’t miss a chance of getting your app or game in front of the eyes of such valuable users! How to get Japan know about your app? The surest…
  • 1 App Store Review Managing Hack

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    13 Jul 2015 | 4:41 am
    Today we are not going to discuss review prompts. Instead, we’ll talk about how to manage the reviews that are already published. Apparently, with the right approach you can even turn negative reviews to your advantage. Tracking reviews You can’t properly manage your reviews unless you track them properly. Try using Appfigures for this. Here you can filter the reviews by country, app, reviewer, number of stars and other criteria. It is connected to your itunesconnect page and you can track up to 5 apps free of charge. Negative reviews don’t mean the end of the world. In case it’s…
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  • Best iPad Air Case – Leather iPad Case Review

    iGadget Lady
    29 Aug 2015 | 11:12 pm
    Best iPad Air Case – Leather iPad Case Review This is just a quick review for what has become one of my favorite iPad Air cases to date. It’s called a “Classic Retro Vintage Old Book Style Leather Case for the iPad Air, with a Bible Pattern”.  I know that’s a mouth full right? ​It’s [...] The post Best iPad Air Case – Leather iPad Case Review appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
  • How to use guided access for iPhone parental control

    iGadget Lady
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:28 am
    How to use guided access for iPhone parental control Guided Access on the iPhone allows you to set up restrictions that you can use as parental controls for your kids. It gives you the ability to “child proof” your iPhone or iPad! How to use guided access for iPhone parental control.Click To Tweet This can range from [...] The post How to use guided access for iPhone parental control appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
  • Luvvitt Clearview iPhone 6 Case Review

    iGadget Lady
    23 Aug 2015 | 9:00 am
    Luvvitt Clearview iPhone 6 Case Review In my quest to find a thin iPhone 6 case, I found the Luvvitt Clearview iPhone 6 Case and when they say it fits your iPhone 6 “like a glove”, they mean it!  Of the three iPhone Cases I tried, the Luvvitt case was the one that felt most [...] The post Luvvitt Clearview iPhone 6 Case Review appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
  • Montar Universal Car Mount – Best iPhone Car Mount?

    iGadget Lady
    19 Aug 2015 | 3:45 pm
    I’ve recently had the opportunity of trying out the Montar Universal Car Mount by WinnerGear and this just may be the best iPhone car mount out there right now!  I really don’t say this lightly, I’ve been using this car mount for over 2 months and it’s held up great especially with my driving (lol).  It hasn’t fallen [...] The post Montar Universal Car Mount – Best iPhone Car Mount? appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
  • What Are My Top Jailbreak Tweaks?

    iGadget Lady
    16 Aug 2015 | 9:14 am
    What Are My Top Jailbreak Tweaks? If you saw my video showing you how to jailbreak your iPhone on iOS 8.4 then you are no doubt ready to get started unleashing the new found power on your iPhone!  I’ll get you started today by showing you what’s on my Jailbroken iPhone.  I’ve tried a ton of [...] The post What Are My Top Jailbreak Tweaks? appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
 
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    iOS App Lists

  • Emergency Phone Numbers for iPhone Is a Globetrotter’s Best Friend

    iOS App Lists
    29 Aug 2015 | 10:16 am
    No matter where we are in the world, we’re always faced with the potential for an emergency to occur. If you’re a globetrotter, Emergency Phone Numbers is an iPhone app that you must download for your device. Developed by Thomas Gulli, this fantastic utility will help you find your location and emergency phone numbers no ... The post Emergency Phone Numbers for iPhone Is a Globetrotter’s Best Friend appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • Quickly Check Phone Statistics with Usage Widget for iOS

    iOS App Lists
    29 Aug 2015 | 6:21 am
    Widgets are one of the better additions to iOS, and many developers are incorporating widgets into their apps. Usage Widget is an app by Roberto Ghizzi that puts helpful information at your fingertips no matter what you’re doing while using your iPhone or iPad. If you’ve never set up widgets, the process is incredibly simple. ... The post Quickly Check Phone Statistics with Usage Widget for iOS appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • DPart Is a Handy Travel Companion for Disney World, but Needs Improvement

    iOS App Lists
    22 Aug 2015 | 6:36 am
    Disney World is an incredible place that’s the perfect destination for kids and adults alike. DPart – Park Bus Schedule & Hours for Disney World is an app by Chris Bick that aims to help make a trip to Disney World as fun and easy as possible. As you can probably imagine, there are tons ... The post DPart Is a Handy Travel Companion for Disney World, but Needs Improvement appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • Mad Cows’ Maze for iPad Features Endless Random Mazes and More

    iOS App Lists
    17 Aug 2015 | 9:08 am
    Mad Cows’ Maze is a brand-new game by Dariusz Bukowski that keeps players on the edge of their seat thanks to high pressure problem solving. If you enjoy tense games that require quick thinking and good reflexes, this is definitely one to try. As someone who enjoys maze games, I’ve found that they tend to ... The post Mad Cows’ Maze for iPad Features Endless Random Mazes and More appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 8/17/15

    iOS App Lists
    17 Aug 2015 | 8:05 am
    Today’s list of iOS apps and games gone FREE features a must-have word processor, a great workout app, and many fun games to play! Be sure to leave a comment if you find an app or game you enjoy. **Please note that this list contains paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for ... The post Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 8/17/15 appeared first on iOS App Lists. The premier Disney World Magic Guide ® app includes park maps, wait times, full menus, food finder, park hours, search, favorites, GPS, compass, photos, info on Apple Watch and much more. MAP…
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    Cydia Pie

  • Doulci Activator iCloud Bypass iOS 8.4.1 Status, Code and Password

    M Qasim
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:29 pm
    iOS 8.4.1 is already out and you are still looking to find out Doulci Activator server status or code or password? Here are all the details of iCloud bypass!. Since its release, Doulci Activator iCloud bypass popularity is increasing each day as it offers free iCloud activation bypass option with ability to unlock your locked Apple phone. However, for past few months, lot of users have been searching for Doulci Activator iCloud bypass iOS 8.4.1 status to find if they can still unlock their iPhones with it or not. Doulci Activator iCloud Bypass iOS 8.4.1 Code and Password When Doulci was…
  • Download iFunBox for iOS 8.4, 8.4.1 for iPhone

    M Qasim
    1 Sep 2015 | 11:52 am
    iFunbox can work with latest iOS 8.4.1 on iPhone and iPad if you aren’t satisfied with iTunes to transfer files to your iDevice. Although Apple system is very simple and lot of newbies find it very simple to get used to its devices like iPhone and iPad. However, there are many instances which Apple really need to improve to make its eco system more user friendly. One of these is iTunes and new users who have just recently bought iDevices find it very hard to transfer their files/photos to iPhone using iTunes. When I first bought iPhone, it took me lot of time to get used to iTunes just to…
  • Best Cydia iOS 8.4 Tweaks Round Up for iPhone and iPad

    M Qasim
    16 Aug 2015 | 3:59 am
    iOS 8.4 has been available for quite long time now, thanks to team TaiG. While there are thousands of Cydia tweaks available that you can try to customize the feel and look of your iPhone and iPad, but we have compiled a list of some of the best Cydia tweaks for iOS 8.4, that can enhance your iPhone performance while at same time allowing you style it according to your will. Earlier we have shared some lists like best free Cydia tethering tweaks, best free iOS 8.4 Cydia tweaks, best notification center cydia tweaks for iOS 8.4 and best lockscreen Cydia tweaks for iPhone/iPad for iOS 8.4. All…
  • Try LocaliAPstore for iOS 8.4 to Get Paid Purchases for Free

    M Qasim
    16 Aug 2015 | 12:44 am
    For free paid purchases, LocaliAPstore is best Cydia tweak to bypass the payment page and download apps for free in iOS 8.4/iOS 8.3 on iPhone & iPad. It is worth mentioning that we hate piracy and this post is just for educational purposes only. If you like any app or feature, always buy it from App Store to pay tribute to respective developers to they can continue making cool apps for us. So if you have been looking for cydia tweak that allow you to download paid purchases for free for testing/debugging purposes, than LocaliAPstore for iOS 8.4 is what you have been looking for. Although…
  • How to Close All Running Apps at Once on iPhone on iOS 8 with Push2Kill Tweak

    M Qasim
    15 Aug 2015 | 1:10 pm
    Multitasking was introduced by Apple in iOS 4 and since then there has been lot of Cydia tweaks that allow us close multiple running apps at once on your devices. Push2Kill is one of them. Of course, you cannot go with keeping all the apps in running on your iPhone and iPad as it will consume the battery. Although closing apps on iPhone is very simple, thanks to simple multitasking interface in iOS 8, but still it can be very time consuming if you have too many apps opened because closing them one by one can be very tidy. Today, we have found a solution to this annoying problem. Close All…
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    Cupertino Geeks

  • Download iAP Cracker for iOS 8.4 Repo for Free In-App Purchases Install

    Mavericks
    3 Sep 2015 | 8:29 am
    Wait if finally over as iAP Cracker is now working with iOS 8.4 and iOS 8.4.1 to offer best repo for free in-app purchases and installation on iPhone/iPad. Many users go ahead with jailbreaking their iPhones and iPads to try out paid apps before they can make decision of buying it from App Store. Install0us has been major option for such users and since it is now discontinued, many of its alternatives have emerged. We have piracy a lot. This post is just for educational purposes only and we urges you to buy app from App Store if you like it. Now since Install0us is gone and we have already…
  • Download AppAddict iOS 8.4 iPA Installer to Get Free Cracked Apps

    Mavericks
    17 Aug 2015 | 5:07 am
    AppAddict is one of the best iPA installer available for iOS 8.4 for jailbroken iPhone and iPad download and install free cracked apps on your jailbroken devices. If you have been very much into jailbreaking, you would have probably heard of Install0us and its shut down. Since then, many alternatives have been introduced and although most of them are not close to original Install0us but still they provide us basic functionality to tried out paid apps before making purchase. Remember that this is tutorial which is meant for educational purposes only. You are requested to always pay for app or…
  • Best Free In-App Purchases Tweak: iAPCrazy iOS 8.4

    Mavericks
    2 Aug 2015 | 1:43 pm
    Want to get free in app apps purchases on your iPhone and iPad for free on iOS 8, 8.4? iAPCrazy is here to help you out by allowing you achieve free in-app purchases in App Store games and apps. We never encourage piracy. This post is just for educational purposes and if you have tried out any new feature in app or game, always buy it from App Store after trying it out to and give tribute to the developers. After Install0us was taken down, many alternatives emerged. While most of them are very great that allow us perform the same function of testing out paid App Store apps and games on our…
  • Show Stored WiFi Network Passwords on iPhone, iPad with BetterWiFi for iOS 8.4 Tweak

    Mavericks
    19 Jul 2015 | 1:27 pm
    Most of you will agree with me that default Apple settings for managing WiFi doesn’t offer much options like we have on Android and in Windows and BetterWiFi Cydia tweak that works with iOS 8.4 saves us in situations like that when we want to manage networks more efficiently. While many iOS users will stick to stock Apple OS, but some find to very restricted, lacking some common features. That’s when jailbreaking saves us and allow us get some of the most demanding and common features on our iDevices, thanks to jailbreak developers. Show Stored WiFi Network Password on iPhone with…
  • How to Install GBA4iOS Emulator on iPhone/iPad iOS 8, 8.4 Free Without Jailbreak

    Mavericks
    19 Jul 2015 | 8:50 am
    Many folks have been asking whether the Game Boy Advance emulator, also known as GBA4iOS can still be installed on iPhone and iPad after updating it to latest iOS 8 or iOS 8.4? Well, the answer is yes. GBA4iOS was released earlier this year with purpose of giving users recall their childhood memories by playing old Game Boy Advance games on their iOS devices. Before iOS 8.3 jailbreak was released, users were playing with date loop trick to install GBA4iOS without jailbreak on their devices but since that was already patched by Apple in recent iOS 8.4, so what’s the catch now? Download…
 
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