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  • Simply Declare Redesigned To Be the Best Travel App For iPhone And iPad

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    Jignesh Padhiyar
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:55 am
    Travelling to incredible foreign countries is always an adventure. People enjoy exploring something they have never experienced before during their travel. They visit renowned monuments, have unforgettable moments, but along the way they have to manage and track their purchases for declarations home. And, not to speak of the much needed task of converting currencies among many other significant things. Simply Declare Travel App for iOS is the app to make managing your declarable purchases a snap with many more features for the world traveller, allowing you the user to enjoy your precious time…
  • Apple Watch Recreated in 800-Brick Nanoblock Sculpture

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    Mitchel Broussard
    30 Mar 2015 | 7:29 am
    With just under a month until the April 24 launch date of the Apple Watch, internationally renowned Nanoblock artist Christopher Tan has re-created the Apple Watch in block form in anticipation of the wearable's release next month. As Tan notes, the sculpture is a 2.6x scale model of the 42mm Apple Watch created from over 800 pieces of Nanoblock, which is a popular building block product in Japan, akin to LEGO. Tan says he's "been a long-time Apple fan" and is "eagerly anticipating the Apple Watch." Tan has been creating Apple-related Nanoblock structures for a while now, last year debuting a…
  • Apple Watch Pre-Orders to Open on April 10, Available Starting on April 24

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    Marianne Schultz
    9 Mar 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Apple capped its media event today by announcing the official release date and pricing for its highly-anticipated Apple Watch, which was first announced in September. Apple Watch begins a new chapter in the way we relate to technology and we think our customers are going to love it,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We can’t wait for people to start wearing Apple Watch to easily access information that matters, to interact with the world, and to live a better day by being more aware of their daily activity than ever before.” Featuring several sensors to provide health information and…
  • InkCase i6 is the most unique case for your iPhone 6

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    Roshan
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:09 am
    Admit it, we all are guilty of peeking at our iPhones every few minutes, just to check if we missed some important notifications, messages, calls or mails. Not only does it waste a lot of our time but also drains the iPhone’s precious battery. Now we have an innovative solution. Combine the most unique notification device, a low power reading device and a minimalistic case for your iPhone 6 – what you get is O-Axis‘ inkCase i6. inkCase i6 is basically a snap-on case for the iPhone 6, which packs a 4.3″ E Ink display on its back. This display is unique that it uses zero…
  • Review: The BrydgeAir Keyboard Turns Your iPad Air 2 Into a Mini MacBook

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    Juli Clover
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:40 am
    After we published our review of the ClamCase Pro keyboard for the iPad Air 2, some of our readers suggested that we take a look at other iPad keyboards available on the market. We decided to take MacRumors readers up on that suggestion, and over the next few weeks, we'll be looking at several keyboards designed for Apple's newest tablet, the iPad Air 2. We're kicking things off with a review of the BrydgeAir keyboard, which is able to work with both the original iPad Air and the iPad Air 2. Much like the ClamCase Pro we previously looked at, the all-aluminum BrydgeAir is designed to turn the…
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  • Review: The BrydgeAir Keyboard Turns Your iPad Air 2 Into a Mini MacBook

    Juli Clover
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:40 am
    After we published our review of the ClamCase Pro keyboard for the iPad Air 2, some of our readers suggested that we take a look at other iPad keyboards available on the market. We decided to take MacRumors readers up on that suggestion, and over the next few weeks, we'll be looking at several keyboards designed for Apple's newest tablet, the iPad Air 2. We're kicking things off with a review of the BrydgeAir keyboard, which is able to work with both the original iPad Air and the iPad Air 2. Much like the ClamCase Pro we previously looked at, the all-aluminum BrydgeAir is designed to turn the…
  • Apple Watch Recreated in 800-Brick Nanoblock Sculpture

    Mitchel Broussard
    30 Mar 2015 | 7:29 am
    With just under a month until the April 24 launch date of the Apple Watch, internationally renowned Nanoblock artist Christopher Tan has re-created the Apple Watch in block form in anticipation of the wearable's release next month. As Tan notes, the sculpture is a 2.6x scale model of the 42mm Apple Watch created from over 800 pieces of Nanoblock, which is a popular building block product in Japan, akin to LEGO. Tan says he's "been a long-time Apple fan" and is "eagerly anticipating the Apple Watch." Tan has been creating Apple-related Nanoblock structures for a while now, last year debuting a…
  • FDA Taking 'Almost Hands-Off Approach' to Regulating Apple Watch and Similar Wearables

    Mitchel Broussard
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:21 am
    As Apple and other companies create products capable of providing more and more detailed health-related information, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has decided to give the companies creating these devices breathing room to manufacture the devices free, for the most part, from the scrutiny of the agency (via Bloomberg Business). The FDA's associate director for digital health, Bakul Patel, noted that while the agency will be more lenient on devices aimed at simply improving the lifestyle of its customers, more health-invasive features, like a glucose monitor app on the Apple Watch, will…
  • Eyefi Review: Hands-On With the Mobi Pro 32GB WiFi-Connected SD Card

    Juli Clover
    27 Mar 2015 | 12:13 pm
    Popular WiFi-connected SD card manufacturer Eyefi recently released a brand new product, the Eyefi Mobi Pro. For those unfamiliar with Eyefi, the company makes WiFi-connected SD cards to give people a way to quickly transfer photos from their cameras to their Macs, iPhones, and iPads, even when a WiFi network is unavailable. The company's newest card, the Eyefi Mobi Pro offers 32GB of storage, support for RAW file transfers, and a wireless transfer feature that lets users selectively choose which photos to upload. When used on a home WiFi network, the Mobi Pro lets users transfer images at…
  • Apple Watch Learns Runners' Strides Over Time, Becoming More Independent From iPhone

    Mitchel Broussard
    26 Mar 2015 | 7:21 am
    After talking with Tim Cook onstage at the March 9 "Spring Forward" media event, model Christy Turlington Burns has kept a weekly blog on Apple's official website with updates on her preparations for the London Marathon next month. In this week's post, Burns mentions in passing that the Watch will not only learn a user's stride after a few exercises when paired with an iPhone, after a while the Watch will be able to act independently in tracking fitness-related stats without needing to be tethered to an iPhone at all (via MacObserver). Burns shows off the ease of exchanging Apple Watch bands…
 
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  • Jay Z, other prominent artists look to take over music streaming with Tidal

    Jake Smith
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:14 pm
    Shawn “Jay Z” Carter has banded together a formation of artists looking to take on the music streaming industry with Tidal, the music streaming company he bought for $56 million. With fierce competition from Spotify, Google, Rdio, and soon Apple, Jay Z has put together an elite list of artists that want the value of music to be recognized again. The group detailed their plans at a media event on Monday evening.  ... Read the rest of this post here "Jay Z, other prominent artists look to take over music streaming with Tidal" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com. Make sure to…
  • ‘Return’ adds a recent apps launcher to Control Center

    Jeff Benjamin
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:08 pm
    Developer William Vabrinskas, creator of jailbreak tweaks like Boxy and InstaURL, is back with a brand new tweak that’s sure to turn some heads. His new tweak is called Return, and although it’s not yet available on Cydia, it should be soon. Return allows users to access recently used apps via a launcher placed at the top of the Control Center interface. Instead of wasting the available real estate, Return makes use of the empty area above Control Center by populating it with recently used apps.... Read the rest of this post here "‘Return’ adds a recent apps launcher…
  • App Recap: notable discounts, updates and releases for March 30

    Cody Lee
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:47 pm
    The App Recap is iDB’s daily roundup of notable news from the wacky world of iOS software. Below you’ll find a list of discounts, updates and new releases we think are worth checking out. Today’s picks include some great deals on some great apps and games such as Blek, Screens VNC and more.... Read the rest of this post here "App Recap: notable discounts, updates and releases for March 30" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
  • ITC to investigate Apple following patent infringement complaints from Ericsson

    Jake Smith
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:34 pm
    The US International Trade Commission plans to investigate Apple, following two patent complaints from Ericsson, reports PC World. It regards Apple’s use of an LTE patent for which it had a licensing agreement with Ericsson, up until earlier this year. When the agreement expired, Apple complained that Ericsson asked for too much money for the patent during re-negotiations and sued Ericsson. Ericsson counter-sued saying Apple infringed on the patents and that it had given the Cupertino-based company a fair price. ... Read the rest of this post here "ITC to investigate Apple following…
  • ‘Cask’ brings slick animations to iOS table views

    Jeff Benjamin
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:27 pm
    Now that his work on Auxo seems to be finished, perhaps this means that we will begin seeing more frequent releases from Ryan Petrich? It doesn’t appear that he’s wasting any time, as Cask, a new jailbreak tweak, just recently appeared on his beta repo. Cask is a tweak that brings animated table scrolling, inspired by Google Plus, to iOS. Although it may sound like a small thing, when you see Cask in action, you’ll realize that it causes a significant visual change. Be sure to watch our full video walkthrough of Cask in action. ... Read the rest of this post here "‘Cask’…
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  • Inside iCloud: Apple Inc has quietly doubled its Reno, Nevada data center site

    danieleran
    29 Mar 2015 | 11:53 am
    Apple has greatly expanded its data center near Reno, Nev., about four hours east of Silicon Valley. However, it appears that the company’s aggressive growth in iCloud server capacity is only just getting started, with massive room for expansion surrounding the facilities. The initial facilities at Apple’s data center within the new Reno Technology Park […]
  • Site cleared for Apple’s new flagship retail store at San Francisco’s Union Square

    danieleran
    24 Mar 2015 | 3:21 pm
    Daniel Eran Dilger Apple’s efforts to build a large new flagship store at Union Square in San Francisco have nearly completed the demolition of the existing building on the site, where little remains apart from a concrete foundation, steps and a folk art fountain that will be relocated as part of the construction project. . […]
  • Apple Inc Campus 2 Spaceship Ring tops out cafeteria segment (video)

    danieleran
    21 Mar 2015 | 3:57 pm
    Daniel Eran Dilger The grand, expansive dining area portal of the center “Spaceship” Ring in Apple’s Campus 2 mega-project has reached its ceiling, with a steel structure now only barely visible over the construction barrier from the street, but clearly discernible from the air. Apple Campus 2 Gates, from the street . The current view […]
  • Inside Greater China: An exclusive look at Apple in Shenzhen

    danieleran
    19 Mar 2015 | 3:59 pm
    Daniel Eran Dilger Apple has singled out Greater China–including mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan–as a primary growth center. AppleInsider took a trip to learn more, starting with a week exploring Taiwan followed by a week in Hong Kong and a week in Guangdong Province in the People’s Republic of China. Futian District, Shenzhen. River […]
  • Exclusive March aerial tour of Apple Inc’s Campus 2 shows ‘Spaceship’ Ring, tunnel, theater progress, more

    danieleran
    16 Mar 2015 | 4:04 pm
    Daniel Eran Dilger Apple’s Campus 2 mega-project continues to progress on its “Spaceship” Ring, where concrete panels are filling out a floor. Tunnels that will connect to parking garages are emerging, the first parking structure is getting its finishing steps before the installation of solar panels. Apple Campus 2 in March 2015, viewed from the […]
 
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  • Transitory.Me Temporarily Shares Your Location With Anyone

    Dave Greenbaum
    29 Mar 2015 | 11:00 am
    iOS: Apple's Find My Friends shares your location with other iOS users. If the other person isn't on an iPhone, Transitory.Me will share your location by email or text message. Read more...
  • ​Manything Turns An iPhone into a Security Camera with IFTTT Recipes

    Dave Greenbaum
    28 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    iOS: There are lots of ways to turn your old iPhone into a basic security camera , but free app Manything includes IFTTT recipes so you can do a ton of stuff once it detects motion.Read more...
  • DJ 51 Builds a Perfect Party Playlist from Everyone's Spotify Profiles

    Alan Henry
    24 Mar 2015 | 4:30 am
    Android/iOS: DJ 51 uses shared music from your Spotify account and from all of your friends' accounts to build the perfect playlist for your party, study session, or any other get-together. As long as everyone's shares music through the app, DJ 51 mixes it all into a constant stream of tunes all of you will love.Read more...
  • Set Your iPhone to Use Speakerphone by Default

    Dave Greenbaum
    22 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    If you're on a long drive or just prefer to use speakerphone, it's a pain to set it every time you pick up a call. The iPhone's accessibility options let you set this as a default.Read more...
  • Opinion Makes Recording Podcasts on Your iPhone or iPad Easy

    Alan Henry
    17 Mar 2015 | 4:30 am
    iOS: Opinion is a super-simple audio recording app that's aimed at podcasters, interviewers, and anyone else who needs to record and edit audio on an iPhone or iPad. It's easy to use, free, and while it has some limitations, it's worth downloading if you need a simple audio editor. Read more...
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  • The Most Obscenely Expensive Apps for iOS

    Maddie Stone
    22 Mar 2015 | 11:00 am
    If you thought $10 was highway robbery when it comes to apps, this colorful infographic should help put things in perspective.Read more...
  • This Cheap Hack Shows No iPhone PIN Is Really Safe

    Chris Mills
    17 Mar 2015 | 8:55 pm
    I've always thought of an iPhone passcode as being fairly secure — it's a 4-digit number, whith a lockout that prevents just mashing buttons until you find the right answer. But apparently, there's a cheap box that can get hack your security, no matter what. Read more...
  • Topps' New App Lets You Trade Star Wars Cards With Anyone On Earth

    Andrew Liszewski
    12 Mar 2015 | 6:00 am
    Books, magazines, comics, even photographs have already all made the move to digital. And finally, 65 years after coming up with a clever way to boost gum sales, Topps is bringing its iconic trading cards into the digital world with a new Star Wars app that lets collectors trade cards with anyone else on earth with an internet connection and an iOS device.Read more...
  • Does Apple Ruin Your iPhone on Purpose? The Conspiracy, Explained

    Sam Biddle
    11 Mar 2015 | 11:55 am
    Every year, Apple tempts the world with a new, expensive iPhone, hailed as the fastest and best iPhone ever. You buy it. And then, just in time for the next Fastest iPhone Ever to hit stores, the one in your pocket feels crummier and more sluggish than ever. Coincidence? Or conspiracy?Read more...
  • This Tiny Multi-Function Cube Can Save a Dying Smartphone

    Andrew Liszewski
    11 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    There is no shortage of tiny USB charging and sync cables available for your smartphone, but the makers of the aptly-named WonderCube have managed to squeeze a surprising amount of functionality into a tiny one-inch cube you'll never want to leave home without.Read more...
 
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  • Daily Roundup: Engadget Awards and cute dogs, Tim Cook on discrimination laws and more!

    Dave Schumaker
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:55 pm
    Happy Monday! There's no better way to start the work week than with a big dose of puppy love. Check out the pawesome winners of the 11th annual Engadget Awards. Then it's time to get serious as Tim Cook talks about dangerous discrimination laws popp...
  • The mother of all tech demos becomes an avant garde opera

    Mona Lalwani
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:27 pm
    1968 is when it all changed. On December 9 that year, Douglas Engelbart, a computer scientist at Stanford Research Center, made a 90-minute video presentation that revolutionized the world of computers. He didn't show up on stage at the Computer Conf...
  • What's on your HDTV: 'Interstellar' Blu-ray, 'Mad Men', 'Archer'

    Richard Lawler
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:58 pm
    The NCAA men's basketball tournament is down to its Final Four, and this weekend we'll find out which two move on to the championship game. Of course, we'll be glued to the couch watching Interstellar on Blu-ray. The film will even bring its IMAX seq...
  • 'Cards Against Humanity' expansion benefits women's STEM scholarship

    Jessica Conditt
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:06 pm
    Cards Against Humanity, the naughty fill-in-the-blank card game, today launched the $10 Science Pack, an expansion offering 30 cards written in collaboration with Bad Astronomer Phil Plait and Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal creator Zach Weinersmit...
  • AT&T's gigabit internet arrives in Apple's backyard

    Jon Fingas
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:18 pm
    It's official: AT&T is offering full-fledged gigabit internet service in Silicon Valley before Google. After months of teasing, the telecom has launched its U-verse GigaPower service in Cupertino, Apple's home turf -- and a quick drive away from Goog...
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  • Apple Watch Pre-Orders to Open on April 10, Available Starting on April 24

    Marianne Schultz
    9 Mar 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Apple capped its media event today by announcing the official release date and pricing for its highly-anticipated Apple Watch, which was first announced in September. Apple Watch begins a new chapter in the way we relate to technology and we think our customers are going to love it,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We can’t wait for people to start wearing Apple Watch to easily access information that matters, to interact with the world, and to live a better day by being more aware of their daily activity than ever before.” Featuring several sensors to provide health information and…
  • Apple Announces New 12-inch MacBook with Retina Display

    Marianne Schultz
    9 Mar 2015 | 12:20 pm
    Apple announced an update to its MacBook line of portable computers today, introducing a new 12-inch model with a retina display that features a redesigned keyboard and a new Force Touch trackpad with taptic feedback. Apple has reinvented the notebook with the new MacBook, and at just two pounds and 13.1 mm, it’s the thinnest and lightest Mac ever,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “Every component of the MacBook reveals a new innovation. From its fanless design, ultra-thin Retina display and full-size keyboard that’s 34 percent thinner, to…
  • ‘HBO NOW’ Subscription Coming to Apple Devices in April

    Marianne Schultz
    9 Mar 2015 | 12:06 pm
    At today’s media event, Apple and HBO announced the upcoming availability of a stand-alone subscription to HBO through Apple devices. The new service, dubbed HBO NOW, will be available starting in April and accessible via Apple TV and iOS devices for $14.99 per month. HBO NOW is the next phase of innovation at HBO,” said Richard Plepler, Chairman and CEO, HBO. “With this new partnership, a natural evolution for the network, we have access to millions of Apple customers who are used to getting their favorite apps immediately. Now, they can do the same with an HBO subscription.” HBO…
  • Apple Releases iOS 8.1 with Apple Pay, Photo Album, More

    Marianne Schultz
    20 Oct 2014 | 12:39 pm
    As promised at last week’s media event, Apple has released iOS 8.1 which adds Apple Pay for its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices, along with the return of the Photo Album within Photos and the ability to send and receive text messages on a Mac running Yosemite via a paired iPhone, and much more. Apple Pay is arguably the most notable and anticipated feature in iOS 8.1 and it’s easy to set up. Once you’ve upgraded your iPhone 6 to iOS 8.1, open the Passbook app and tap on the option to add a credit or debit card. You’ll then be walked through adding the…
  • Mac OS X Yosemite Available Today, iOS 8.1 Coming October 20

    Marianne Schultz
    16 Oct 2014 | 2:03 pm
    If you’ve been looking forward to updating your Mac to the newest OS available, today is your day. At its press event this morning, Apple announced that the latest version of its Mac OS, Yosemite, will be available today as a free download. Also announced today was the release date for iOS 8.1, which will hit on Monday, October 20. Both updates have the phenomenal price of $0. OS X Yosemite is the most advanced version of OS X we’ve ever built, with a brand new design, amazing Continuity features and powerful versions of the apps you use every day,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s…
 
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  • Daily Roundup: Engadget Awards and cute dogs, Tim Cook on discrimination laws and more!

    Dave Schumaker
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:55 pm
    Happy Monday! There's no better way to start the work week than with a big dose of puppy love. Check out the pawesome winners of the 11th annual Engadget Awards. Then it's time to get serious as Tim Cook talks about dangerous discrimination laws popp...
  • The mother of all tech demos becomes an avant garde opera

    Mona Lalwani
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:27 pm
    1968 is when it all changed. On December 9 that year, Douglas Engelbart, a computer scientist at Stanford Research Center, made a 90-minute video presentation that revolutionized the world of computers. He didn't show up on stage at the Computer Conf...
  • What's on your HDTV: 'Interstellar' Blu-ray, 'Mad Men', 'Archer'

    Richard Lawler
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:58 pm
    The NCAA men's basketball tournament is down to its Final Four, and this weekend we'll find out which two move on to the championship game. Of course, we'll be glued to the couch watching Interstellar on Blu-ray. The film will even bring its IMAX seq...
  • 'Cards Against Humanity' expansion benefits women's STEM scholarship

    Jessica Conditt
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:06 pm
    Cards Against Humanity, the naughty fill-in-the-blank card game, today launched the $10 Science Pack, an expansion offering 30 cards written in collaboration with Bad Astronomer Phil Plait and Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal creator Zach Weinersmit...
  • AT&T's gigabit internet arrives in Apple's backyard

    Jon Fingas
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:18 pm
    It's official: AT&T is offering full-fledged gigabit internet service in Silicon Valley before Google. After months of teasing, the telecom has launched its U-verse GigaPower service in Cupertino, Apple's home turf -- and a quick drive away from Goog...
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  • Tip of the Day: Adding RSS Feeds to Safari in iOS 8

    Jesse Hollington
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:17 pm
    When iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks debuted about two years ago, one of the smaller features that made its way into Safari was support for “Shared Links” — an aggregate of all of the links in the user’s Twitter feed that could be accessed from a third panel over from the Bookmarks and Reading List sections. While the feature received little fanfare even then compared to the overall UI design and other sweeping changes, when iOS 8 came…
  • Gear: Griffin Ribbon Wristband, Shoe Pouch, Sleep Sport Band + Tracker Clip

    Phil Dzikiy
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:14 pm
    We first saw Griffin’s new accessories for wearables at CES, and most of these products are now available. All of these products work with existing fitness trackers, enabling the trackers to be worn on different areas of the body while adding a bit of flair. Ribbon Wristband ($20) is a nylon ribbon which securely hides a Fitbit Flex, Fitbit One, or Sony SmartBand. Sleep Sport Band ($20) is compatible with six different trackers and is designed…
  • News: Alleged ‘iPad Pro’ photos show second Lightning port?

    Jesse Hollington
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:42 am
    New images found on Weibo and posted by HDBlog.it may reveal some additional details about the rumored larger “iPad Pro” expected to be coming later this year. The images claim to show the edges and parts of the rear cover of the new iPad, ostensibly revealing a second Lightning port on the left side, a rear camera with the volume adjustment buttons, and the headphone jack and speaker grid. While the veracity of these images is completely…
  • News: Apple expands iPhone trade-in program to non-Apple devices

    Dan Pye
    30 Mar 2015 | 10:20 am
    Apple’s rumored expansion of its iPhone trade-in program to include non-Apple devices went live today in the U.S. and Europe, French blog MacPlus reports. The U.K. website for Brightstar, a third-party company that handles Apple’s trade-ins, indicates Apple is now offering Apple Store credit in exchange for select handsets from Sony, Nokia, Blackberry, Samsung, NTC and LG. The change to Apple’s exchange program was handled with little…
  • News: Alleged ‘iPhone 6c’ rear shell photos leaked

    Dan Pye
    30 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Alleged photos of an alleged “iPhone 6c” rear shell have been posted on Future Supplier. The housing — which Future Supplier claims to have found but neglects to disclose from where — is similar to that of the iPhone 5c, but with an oval-shaped opening for the rear camera’s flash, matching the iPhone 5s flash instead of the round opening on the iPhone 5c. The purported iPhone 6c images also show two speaker grilles on the bottom…
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  • ITC to investigate Apple in patent licensing dispute with Ericsson

    Dan Thorp-Lancaster
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:11 pm
    The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided to investigate Apple over a patent licensing dispute with Ericsson. The dispute began in January when the two companies sued each other over patent licensing terms, with Apple claiming that Ericsson is demanding "excessive royalties" for patents related to LTE wireless technology. As reported by PC World, the investigation by the ITC is the result of recent actions by Ericsson to escalate the issue and put pressure on Apple to settle. In late February, Ericsson filed seven new lawsuits against Apple, accusing the company of infringing…
  • Apple to host Q2 2015 earnings call on April 27

    Dan Thorp-Lancaster
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:03 pm
    Apple has scheduled its Q2 earnings call for Monday, April 27. The call will take place at 2 PM PST/5 PM EST, and audio from the call will be streamed on Apple's website. In Apple's previous Q1 earnings call, CEO Tim Cook detailed a record holiday quarter for the company with iPhone sales breaking the 74 million unit mark driven by the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Additionally, last quarter saw another milestone as Apple shipped its one billionth iOS device, and the company saw over $74 billion in revenue. It will be interesting to see how Apple will follow up a record holiday quarter like…
  • Apple seeds new public, developer beta build for OS X 10.10.3

    Dan Thorp-Lancaster
    30 Mar 2015 | 2:23 pm
    Apple has seeded a new beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to both developers and public beta testers today. The update, which bumps the build number up to 14D127a, brings the usual usual bug fixes and is available now from the updates section of the Mac App Store and the Apple Developer Center. Of course, OS X 10.10.3 also introduces the new Photos app for Mac, which is set to replace both iPhoto and Aperture for managing and editing photos on your Mac. In addition, OS X 10.10.3 brings a number of stability and security improvements as well.
  • WWE 2K will bring pro wrestling to the iPhone and iPad

    John Callaham
    30 Mar 2015 | 2:04 pm
    2K Sports and World Wrestling Entertainment plan to bring classic pro wresting action to the iPhone and iPad this spring with the new WWE 2K game. The game will be developed by n-Space and will cost $7.99 when it's released on the App Store. WWE 2K will offer fans "authentic WWE gameplay" with many different modes. Here's a look at its features: Playable roster of many fan-favorite WWE Superstars, including John Cena, Hulk Hogan, Sting, Triple H, Undertaker, Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Bray Wyatt; Authentic WWE action, including three match types, full WWE…
  • The Spatials lets you build the hottest tourist spot in the galaxy

    Joseph Keller
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:48 pm
    The Spatials, is a new space-based simulation game that puts you in charge of the galaxy's most popular tourist attraction. Now available for Mac, The Spatials starts you on a lone asteroid in a randomly-generated galaxy, and you'll need to build out your space station, make contact with new alien species, and fight off space pirates to build your business. You are responsible for everything from the size of the rooms and shops to decorations and store merchandise. The game uses a combination of mechanics from 4X strategy games as well as action RPGs, and when you start the game you'll be…
 
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  • Canary smart security device finally hits the market

    Roshan
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:48 am
    Remember Canary, the home monitoring device whose Indiegogo campaign went through the roof with close to 2 million in funding? They have finally delivered on their promises as Canary hits the shelves today, for $249. So why is Canary so popular? Canary is basically a stylish looking 6 inch high device packed with a HD Camera, high quality microphone, motion sensors, a thermometer, night vision camera, siren and more. And all of these play well with some intelligent coding to deliver a completely automated home security experience right on your iPhone. Canary is a simple device packed with…
  • Ring video doorbell brings security and convenience at your door step

    Roshan
    25 Mar 2015 | 4:04 pm
    Smart devices started getting a lot of limelight in the past few months, thanks to Apple’s smart home concept and the HomeKit SDK. But even before this developer kit was announced, there were pioneer smart device makers who thought ahead and made some great iPhone controlled home appliances. Many of them are gaining momentum now and Ring video doorbell is probably the best example. Ring is just a door bell to begin with, but this tiny device is capable of much more. It doubles as your CCTV, automated monitoring system and intercom, even when you are not home. Ring connects to your WiFi…
  • Taichi Panda Review – Hack, slash & loot in real time

    Brendon E. Martins
    20 Mar 2015 | 3:00 am
    There’s something inherently addictive about dungeon crawling games. That feeling when you open a chest and find that impressive weapon that can instantly chop an enemy head… Well, there are even studies showing that looting games appeal to deep emotions within our brains, much like compulsive hoarding. If you are a loot lover, Taichi Panda is probably right for you. Taichi Panda is a RPG-based ‘dungeon crawler’ type of game. Gameplay wise, you won’t find anything unexpected. Fast paced (it is real-time RPG, not turn based), with brilliant and stunning graphics, it is an impressive…
  • Best third-party Apple Watch straps you can buy right now

    Roshan
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:41 pm
    With the Apple Watch coming up next month and expected to sell around 25 million units this year, the third-party accessory makers have already started their work. And undoubtedly, the straps are a major focus. With Apple’s official straps costing $450 for the stainless steel ones and above $150 for leather ones, Cupertino really has left a lot of room here for the third party companies. Though it is bit too early, we have put together a list of the best non-Apple straps for the Apple Watch, which you can buy right now. If you’re planning to buy an Apple Watch Sport model with the…
  • InkCase i6 is the most unique case for your iPhone 6

    Roshan
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:09 am
    Admit it, we all are guilty of peeking at our iPhones every few minutes, just to check if we missed some important notifications, messages, calls or mails. Not only does it waste a lot of our time but also drains the iPhone’s precious battery. Now we have an innovative solution. Combine the most unique notification device, a low power reading device and a minimalistic case for your iPhone 6 – what you get is O-Axis‘ inkCase i6. inkCase i6 is basically a snap-on case for the iPhone 6, which packs a 4.3″ E Ink display on its back. This display is unique that it uses zero…
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  • iPhone – Applications for Digital Signage Interactivity

    iPhone News
    4 Mar 2015 | 10:53 pm
    When Steve Jobs first stood on a stage and brought up a full-scale version of the New York Times on the iPhone prototype the media reported the world of cell phones would change. Gone would be the days of cell phones providing web interaction through rudimentary websites, and being fundamentally …
  • Protect Your Brand New iPhone With A Customized Decal This Year

    iPhone News
    19 Jan 2015 | 12:50 am
    If you received a brand new smartphone for Christmas, you’re probably thrilled. The new iPhone 6 has a larger screen than ever before, a brand new camera and cool new storage capabilities. Whether you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to get more into podcasts, start an Instagram account or just …
  • The Mobile App with Plenty of Shake, Rattle & Roll

    iPhone News
    17 Nov 2014 | 6:14 am
    Everyone is always searching for a mobile casino app that packs a punch. Far too many gaming companies claim that their mobile platforms are superior to their competitors, but they fall short. Many people assume that the hallmark of a quality mobile app is reliability, but there is so much …
  • Why the iPhone6 is easier to repair than Samsung Galaxy5

    iPhone News
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:56 am
    One of the most frustrating experiences of modern life is cracking the glass on one’s mobile phone after accidentally dropping it on the ground. With Apple’s new release of another iPhone, the iPhone6, which has been getting some bad press for being too flexible, the folks at Fixpod, and iPhone …
  • What specifications and features a good photo editing software must have?

    iPhone News
    7 Sep 2014 | 10:53 am
    Photography is an art to seize the beautiful moments of life & nature into photographs. Carving these photos for a perfect finish requires a photo editor. A good photo editor facilitates in making a photograph nothing less to perfect. Photo editing becomes a lot much easier with powerful editors from …
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  • Hands On: Tailor v1.0.3 (iOS)

    30 Mar 2015 | 5:24 pm
    Taking a screen shot on your iPhone is easy enough to do, right? Well, provided it's not a long document, web page, text conversation or Facebook thread, that is. But what if you do need to take a screenshot of a whole web page, or conversation in Messages? You can always take multiple screenshots and meticulously organize them, or you can just try out Tailor, an app that creates continuous screenshots for you....
  • Tidal relaunches as artist-owned high-fidelity music streaming service

    30 Mar 2015 | 4:24 pm
    Music streaming service Tidal has relaunched as an artist-owned company. At a star-studded launch event streamed live, the musical artists owning part of the service gathered together for the announcement, with the overall message offered being Tidal's push to benefit musical artists more than its competitors, such as Spotify and its allegedly low royalty payments....
  • Apple issues sixth OS X 10.10.3 beta with minor changes

    30 Mar 2015 | 3:49 pm
    On Monday, Apple issued a sixth beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to developers, and an identical third beta to registered public testers. The new build, numbered 14D127a, is said to be mostly a security, compatibility, and stability bugfix release, though the company has added a request that testers focus on screen-sharing features as well as Hebrew and Arabic localizations, on top of the ongoing focus on Wi-Fi "captive portal" networks (such as hotels or coffeeshops)....
  • Hands On: SuperDuper! 2.7.5 (OS X)

    30 Mar 2015 | 2:03 pm
    Apple did a great thing in bringing Time Machine to the rest of us: it made backups a more familiar idea, and it made them far easier to understand as well. Something that is easy and familiar is something that you're going to do, and Apple was right that we really, really needed to back up our work. Now Apple is more focused on cloud storage than it is hard drives -- and there are several cloud backup services -- but the humble hard disk has a lot of advantages. It also has SuperDuper 2.7.5, which is a capable, albeit slightly technical, application for copying your data, and for creating a…
  • Daily Deals: Sony headphones, Canon printer, 30-inch Monoprice display

    30 Mar 2015 | 12:49 pm
    Welcome to Daily Deals, the weekday post when the staff of MacNN and Electronista take a moment to search retailers for offers, discounts, and other items for you, our beloved readers. Today, we wipe the slate clean of older deals, with the new deals including hefty discounts on Sony noise-cancelling headphones, a $65 Canon multifunction laser printer, and a sub-$400 30-inch display....
 
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  • Adobe Comp CC review: Quickly sketch out InDesign drafts on an iPad

    30 Mar 2015 | 11:18 am
    Adobe’s renewed push into mobile has produced a veritable fleet of slick iOS apps aimed at creative artists, but has thus far neglected designers who rely upon traditional page layout software. With today’s release of Comp CC for the iPad, Adobe has finally given InDesign users something to get excited about.Instead of being chained to the desktop while roughing out an initial draft, designers can now create more freely from nearly anywhere using only an iPad, safe in the knowledge the work they’ve done so far will actually be part of the final project.Comp it up Adobe Comp CC is the…
  • Apple preps basic and fancy shopping experiences for Watch buyers

    30 Mar 2015 | 10:28 am
    Buying an Apple Watch won’t be as simple as wandering into your local Apple Store and pointing out the device you want, like it is with most other Apple products. Expect more of a “journey,” if 9to5Mac’s latest reports about the watch-buying experience are accurate.Special treatment for high rollers Watch Edition buyers will get the white-glove treatment, as you would guess from a shopping trip that could end in a $10,000 to $17,000 sale. If you’re interested in dropping some serious cash on a watch, Apple will set you up with an hour-long personalized appointment away from the…
  • The Apple Store will give you credit for old Android phones

    30 Mar 2015 | 9:57 am
    If you’re ready to defect to the iPhone from Android or BlackBerry, the Apple Store will welcome you with open arms—and some store credit. Apple retail stores are expanding their trade-in programs beyond the iPhone and iPad to include “select” smartphones from other manufacturers. Word of the new program first appeared on individual store websites, as spotted by 9to5Mac. Apple has been offering credit for old iPhones and iPads at its retail stores since 2013. The company also accepts old Apple products and Windows PCs through its Reuse and Recycle website. This is the first time Apple…
  • Tim Cook op-ed: Pro-discrimination ‘religious freedom’ laws are dangerous

    30 Mar 2015 | 9:09 am
    "This is about how we treat each other as human beings."(washingtonpost.com)To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • Amazon Home Services sends professional handymen and instructors to your door

    30 Mar 2015 | 8:02 am
    You already use Amazon to buy computers, skateboards, and diapers. Now the company wants to sell you a plumber. On Monday, the online retailer launched Amazon Home Services, a marketplace for home repairs and installations. The revamped section of Amazon's site offers a wide array of services with everything from electrical work to car stereo installation to voice lessons. Although the AHS name is new, Amazon has actually offered handyman listings for several months in a few limited markets. Reuters first reported on Amazon's installation and repair ambitions last June. And in November,…
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  • Apple Watch Pricing Strategy Breakdown by Horace Dediu

    István Fekete
    30 Mar 2015 | 2:46 pm
    When Apple first announced the Apple Watch — back in September 2014 — it only said that its pricing would start at $349. That started an avalanche of pricing guesses, speculation. Now that the prices are finally public — and it turns out that John Gruber was right — Asymco’s Horace Dediu has taken his time to analyze Apple’s pricing strategy, which differs quite much from its previous models. As he points out, previous pricing strategies were typically structured around storage differences (the 64 GB iPhone is more expensive than the 16 GB iPhone). That changes with the Watch,…
  • Mind Blowing Apple Watch Replica Made with 800 Nanoblocks [PICS]

    Usman
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:55 pm
    With the Apple Watch release just weeks away, this exceptionally accurate replica of the upcoming Apple smartwatch has hit the scene, is made up of 800 Nanoblocks, the tiny building blocks made popular in Japan, which are becoming widespread internationally as well (via Cult Of Mac). According to the source, the smallest brick measures 4mm x 4mm x 5mm, which is quite tiny and requires absolute precision to assemble. The brilliant Apple Watch model was created by Christopher Tan, a well-known Nanoblock brick artist, who has previously built scale models of everything from the Great Wall of…
  • 1Password for iOS Gains More Powerful App Extension Features

    Usman
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:46 pm
    AgileBits’ 1Password, the desktop version of which went on sale earlier this month in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, has today been updated to version 5.3 for iOS and is now available for download in the App Store. The password manager’s latest update brings tons of new features, including automatic filling of identities, credit cards as well as automatic creation of new logins when you’re signing up for new services, via the app’s iOS 8 extension. As you can see below from the screenshot shared by 1Password, creating a new login can be easily managed via the…
  • Toronto Developer Shares How His App Ended Up in an iPhone Ad

    Usman
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:31 pm
    Robleh Jama, the Toronto-based iOS developer and founder of Tiny Hearts, has shared the details of Apple’s selection process in an article on Fast Company, revealing how getting featured in an ad by the iPhone maker isn’t simply a matter of luck, especially for his app Quick Fit: 7 Minute Workout (via MacStories). Jama writes that it all began when he received an email from Apple’s outside ad agency TBWA\Media Arts informing him that his app was being considered for a broadcast commercial, though they told him there were no guarantees about his app making it into the final…
  • Claimed iPad Pro Images Suggest Secondary Port [PIC]

    István Fekete
    30 Mar 2015 | 12:58 pm
    After a short period of silence, the iPad Pro is here again: a user of the Chinese microblogging site Sina Weibo (spotted by Italian blog HDBlog) shared three images that appear to show a mockup of the rumoured bigger iPad, dubbed as the iPad Plus or iPad Pro (via MacRumors). There were two iPad Pro case leaks: one with a cutout on the left side and one without it. The recently shared images are in line with the previous rumours showing that opening on the left side. The Wall Street Journal’s sources have already spilled information about a possible USB 3.0 port on the iPad Pro, so an extra…
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  • Download the best deals on apps and games for a limited time (March 30)

    Kelly Hodgkins
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:44 pm
    We have some great apps for you today that have gone free for a short duration on the App Store, including Blek, Geared for iPad and more. Continue reading →
  • Poll: Will you purchase an iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s or 4-inch iPhone 6c next?

    Kelly Hodgkins
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:07 pm
    A recent report from Digitimes suggests Apple will launch three new iPhone models later this year. The trio includes updated versions of Apple’s current flagship lineup as well as a new version of the iPhone 5c. The topic of this poll is which model will you purchase next — the iPhone 6s Plus, the iPhone 6s or the 4-inch iPhone 6c ? Continue reading →
  • Facebook Messenger updated with support for third-party apps

    Kelly Hodgkins
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:57 pm
    During the company’s annual F8 conference last week, Facebook announced changes to its Messenger app that turn the communication tool into a platform for third-party apps. Today, Facebook rolled out its first update to Messenger for the iPad and iPhone, bringing support for these newly integrated apps to iOS users. Continue reading →
  • iPad Pro mockup pictured with dual Lightning ports or USB-C port

    Kelly Hodgkins
    30 Mar 2015 | 12:48 pm
    Leaked images of the rumored large-screened iPad appear to show a second accessory port on the side that device. The function of the port is unknown, but its appearance suggests it may be an additional lightning or a USB-C port. The pictures of the mockup with the mystery port first appeared on Sina Weibo and were published by HDBlog (Via MacRumors). Continue reading →
  • Purported rear shell of the 4-inch iPhone 6c leaks in photos

    Rajesh Pandey
    30 Mar 2015 | 8:40 am
    The first purported images of the rear shell of the iPhone 6c have made their way to the Internet. The images have been leaked by a Chinese part supplier called Future Supplier.  Continue reading →
 
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  • SHUMURI SLIM case for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

    James Horton
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:34 pm
    The SHUMURI SLIM is a vanishingly thin case for your iPhone 6 and 6 Plus that offers scratch and scuff protection in a sleek, branding-free design. The SLIM case is quite possibly the thinnest case you can get for any phone, anywhere. At less than a third of a millimeter, it’s thinner than most business cards, and not much thicker than a couple sheets of paper. If, like this author, you prefer your phone to be naked, but have found the latest iPhones to be extremely slippery in the hand, the SHUMURI case is the next best thing. You gain some much needed grip from the textured finish,…
  • Roundup – Social News

    James Horton
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:44 pm
    Roundup is a social news reader that keeps you updated about everything that matters to you in one beautiful news feed. Upon first launching Roundup you will be asked to sign-in with either your Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. You can sign-in with as little as one network or you can choose to add all three. The more networks that you connect the better that Roundup can work to round-up personalized news feeds. Once you’ve signed-in to your desired networks Roundup will then begin populating your feed based upon things that you’ve like on your chosen networks. This news feed will…
  • UpdateZen

    James Horton
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:49 am
    UpdateZen is a simple status reporting solution for CEOs, Executives and Business Owners. Updates from team members are capped at 250 characters to include only what’s absolutely essential. Updates are consolidated and presented in one simple interface on iPhone and the web. From the main menu you will see all of your Team Members as well as Updates on projects. Tapping on a Team Member will take you to the Projects screen where you can see all of the projects that are assigned to that team member. From here you will be able to view the most recent update on a Project as well as Adding…
  • Addictive Reward Game Tappt Now Updated

    Jerad Hill
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:25 am
    Cupertino, California – Fans around the world who want to see if they have what it takes to tap their way to real cash payouts – ranging from a few bucks to hundreds of dollars – can now head over to the App Store or Google Play, and download the latest version of Applika Solutions’ simple, addictive and rewarding game Tappt. Available at no-cost, Tappt has a huge and devoted global following, and is designed to be about as user friendly as an app can get. Users log in either through the app or via Facebook, select a competition (there are several with various start…
  • Five Tips for Better iPhone Photography

    Ben Steward
    30 Mar 2015 | 10:52 am
    The latest pocket super computers from Apple feature improved cameras that can beat the pants off pretty much any dedicated point-and-shoot camera, and the iPhone, for the last couple years, has been the most popular camera in the world. But these capable new cameras do not necessarily mean most people will instantaneously take better photos. Even the most sophisticated professional cameras will take crappy photos if you aren’t aware of photography basics. Using the front facing camera to snap a selfie in your unlit room to send to your ‘bae’ is fine, but to create an Instagram classic,…
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  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    26 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    This past weekend, the ABA Journal sponsored its second Hackcess to Justice legal hackathon, where attorneys and programmers worked all weekend to create apps that help lawyers and increase the ability of individuals to gain access to legal services.  This year the event was in my hometown of New Orleans, but unfortunately I wasn't able to go.  Victor Li of ABA Journal describes the winning apps.  The first prize went to an app called Legal Proof that helps an attorney or a client collect and organize evidence.  Second prize went to New Orleans attorney Ernest Svenson and…
  • Two-Way Media v AT&T -- be careful reading notices of electronic filings on an iPhone!

    Jeff Richardson
    25 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Last week, a federal appellate court ruled that two law firms missed an appeal deadline in a $40 million case notwithstanding the defense that the law firms were misled by a notice of electronic filing email sent by the trial court.  The decision has been the subject of quite a few news articles (such as this one in the ABA Journal) and for good reason — there is a lesson to be learned here, and attorneys who use an iPhone or other mobile device ought to know about this opinion.  The decision is Two-Way Media LLC v. AT&T, Inc., No. 2014-1302 (Fed. Cir. March 19, 2015).  You can get a…
  • Review: Calcbot -- calculator and unit converter

    Jeff Richardson
    23 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    A calculator may not seem like a very important app to buy for your iPhone.  After all, the iPhone has a built-in calculator that is easily accessible by swiping up from the bottom of any screen.  Also, I often find that the fastest way to do simple calculations is to hold down my home button to activate Siri and then ask something like "what is 93 divided by 6."  But Calcbot, which was updated just a few weeks ago to version 2, is worth looking at.  There is a free version so that you can get a feel for the app, but you'll want to spend $1.99 in the app to upgrade to the…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    19 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Last week, I linked to interesting excerpts (1, 2, 3) from the upcoming book Becoming Steve Jobs:  The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary World by Rick Tetzeli and Brent Schlender.  This week, Fast Company posted another interesting excerpt plus part of an interview by the two authors with Apple CEO Tim Cook.  If you are interested in Steve Jobs, this book looks like it is going to be really good.  It comes out next week, and you can preorder it on Amazon or on Apple's iBooks Store.  And now, the news of note from the past week. In 2012, the ABA adopted Comment 8 to…
  • GoodReader update adds signatures

    Jeff Richardson
    17 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    The GoodReader app is one of the most frequently used apps on my iPad because it has such great tools for organizing my documents, syncing them to my computers, and annotating PDF files.  And perhaps best of all, the developer is constantly finding ways to make the app even better.  This week, GoodReader version 4.10 was released, and it adds the ability to create and add signatures to your documents.  I've used many other apps with a signature feature, but GoodReader does such a nice job of implementing the feature that it may now be the best way to sign a document on an iPad or…
 
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  • 'Hearthstone' - Viagame House Cup #2 Champion Crowned

    Tasos Lazarides
    30 Mar 2015 | 8:35 am
    Another Hearthstone [Free (HD)]Tournament has ended as the Viagame House Cup #2 Hearthstone Tournament crowned its champion last night and, in a surprising twist, the two finalists didn't come from the 8 pro players invited to the Tournament but, rather, from the only 2 qualifiers to make it into the playoffs out of the 8 who qualified for the Tournament. The final was between Sheng Yuan "Roger" Luo and Frederik (Hoej) Nielsen. Hoej defeated Roger with 4-2 to win the title of Champion and, along with it, $10,000 and 100 Hearthstone World Championship (HWC) points. Hoej's domination came…
  • Update Mondays: 'Despicable Me: Minion Rush', 'WWE Immortals', 'Candy Crush Soda Saga', 'Sky Force 2014', And More

    Shaun Musgrave
    30 Mar 2015 | 7:42 am
    Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It's time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. Well, this week wasn't quite as significant as the last one, but there are so many more Spider-Mans this time around I can't help but give it the nod. Lots of other great stuff, too! Of course, you can keep an eye out for updates yourself using AppShopper Social [Free], the watchlist in the TouchArcade App [Free], or by participating in the TouchArcade forums, but this weekly summary is here to fill in the things you might have missed. Let's dig in! Heroes of Steel…
  • The TouchArcade Show - 198 - Are You a "Let's Go Cena" or a "Cena Sucks" Kind of Guy?

    Eli Hodapp
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:03 pm
    Unfortunately, radical Radical billionaire Mike Meade has fired Brad Nicholson as his body surrogate, so we're back to normal episodes of the podcast- As if that is ever possible. This week has been pretty crazy from an overall story output perspective, so we're kind of scatterbrained and recording late in the day. But, I'd argue those circumstances make for the best podcasts. Also, we get Mike's predictions for Wrestlemania, as we all agree Brock Lesnar just has to retain the title- Especially with a phatty-boom-batty three year contract under his belt. Don't forget to shoot us emails with…
  • TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Star Wars Rebels: Recon Missions'

    Jared Nelson
    27 Mar 2015 | 7:47 pm
    The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn't necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game in a review, the game with the best graphics, or really any other quantifiable "best" thing. Instead, it's more just us picking out the single game out of the week's releases that we think is the most noteworthy, surprising, interesting, or really any other hard to describe quality that makes it…
  • Best iPhone and iPad Games - 3/27/15 - 'Final Fantasy: Record Keeper', 'Taichi Panda', 'Swap Quest' and More

    Eli Hodapp
    27 Mar 2015 | 7:00 pm
    I told you guys last week we had picked up some new team members, and if you haven't noticed, we've been on fire this week. Tons more content across the board ranging from more reviews, developer interviews, more guides, and way more news. I even had to change the front page to display more stories at a time just so we weren't bumping our daily load out off the front page. A good change overall, I'd say. Anyway, here's our top scoring reviews we published this week: FINAL FANTASY Record Keeper, Free [Review] - I have to admit, since the travesty that was Final Fantasy: All The…
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  • Atomic Recycling by Alexandra Gavrilova / Stain

    Filip Visnjic
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:13 am
    Latest work by Alexandra Gavrilova / Stain from HEAD Geneva – done in collaboration with CERN Idea Square.
  • Help Gray Area #ReviveTheGrand

    Greg J. Smith
    27 Mar 2015 | 10:12 am
    San Francisco’s venerable Gray Area Foundation for the Arts are winding down a major fundraising campaign and they need your help. With just ten days remaining, they are attempting to hit a crucial $300,000 fundraising goal as they begin construction on their new space, which will transform the Mission District’s historical Grand Theater into a media arts centre and their […]
  • Sónar+D – International conference for creativity and technology / 18-20 June 2015 Barcelona

    CreativeApplications.Net Staff
    26 Mar 2015 | 7:36 am
    Sónar+D is the international conference for creativity and technology, designed to promote talent and business opportunities in the digital culture environment.
  • A Wilderness Most Luminous – The Making of Micah Scott’s Forest

    Greg J. Smith
    26 Mar 2015 | 7:05 am
    Forest invites kids and adults alike to engage with a giant tactile colour mixer, with ‘spinner’ controls distributed across a 7 x 2 grid of custom-fabricated MDF panels. Built in collaboration between Micah Scott and a team at Ryerson University’s New Media Program, the interactive installation is currently showing at TIFF Kid’s digiPlaySpace. CAN goes behind the scenes to get a glimpse into this ambitious project’s conception and fabrication.
  • Catching the Light: Semiconductor remap the sky (as telescopes see it)

    Alexander Scholz
    25 Mar 2015 | 9:28 am
    The latest work of Brighton-based artist researcher duo Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman & Joe Gerhardt) pulls back the shiny veneer of cosmology by collaging thousands of raw telescope images into a sculptural projection.
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  • Project Spartan: Here's how to try Microsoft's new browser in Windows 10

    Elyse Betters
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:19 pm
    Microsoft has officially side-stepped Internet Explorer in favour of Project Spartan and is giving the world its first chance to play with the browser. The company has announced you can now preview its latest operating system and web browser, as it has...
  • Meerkat vs Periscope: What's the difference?

    Elyse Betters
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:07 pm
    There's no doubt about it: Meerkat and Periscope are the new "in" apps. Instagram and Vine are so yesterday, because living in the now is what people want, or at least that's what it seems like, as everyone has been talking about live streaming in recent...
  • These robo butterflies could be the future of flying drone factory workers

    Elyse Betters
    30 Mar 2015 | 12:43 pm
    It's no secret that technology, such as 3D printing and drones, can revolutionise manufacturing and other industries. German-based Festo, for instance, has just invented something which proves just that. It used 3D printers to manufacturer flying drones...
  • Tesla has a 'major new' product line coming that might be able to power your house

    Elyse Betters
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:33 am
    Tesla will announce a major new product line in April, Elon Musk has just teased. The founder and CEO of Tesla is his own press relations company, because whenever he tweets, it makes headlines. Musk recently used Twitter to hype up an event that would...
  • Best 3D prints: The crazy and coolest things people have printed

    Luke Edwards
    30 Mar 2015 | 10:32 am
    The world of 3D printing is well and truly here with printers in homes, online stores and even supermarkets offering 3D printing services. The result is all manner of weird and wonderful 3D printed objects. In the home people can download or design files...
 
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  • Canary smart security device finally hits the market

    Roshan
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:48 am
    Remember Canary, the home monitoring device whose Indiegogo campaign went through the roof with close to 2 million in funding? They have finally delivered on their promises as Canary hits the shelves today, for $249. So why is Canary so popular? Canary is basically a stylish looking 6 inch high device packed with a HD Camera, high quality microphone, motion sensors, a thermometer, night vision camera, siren and more. And all of these play well with some intelligent coding to deliver a completely automated home security experience right on your iPhone. Canary is a simple device packed with…
  • Ring video doorbell brings security and convenience at your door step

    Roshan
    25 Mar 2015 | 4:04 pm
    Smart devices started getting a lot of limelight in the past few months, thanks to Apple’s smart home concept and the HomeKit SDK. But even before this developer kit was announced, there were pioneer smart device makers who thought ahead and made some great iPhone controlled home appliances. Many of them are gaining momentum now and Ring video doorbell is probably the best example. Ring is just a door bell to begin with, but this tiny device is capable of much more. It doubles as your CCTV, automated monitoring system and intercom, even when you are not home. Ring connects to your WiFi…
  • Taichi Panda Review – Hack, slash & loot in real time

    Brendon E. Martins
    20 Mar 2015 | 3:00 am
    There’s something inherently addictive about dungeon crawling games. That feeling when you open a chest and find that impressive weapon that can instantly chop an enemy head… Well, there are even studies showing that looting games appeal to deep emotions within our brains, much like compulsive hoarding. If you are a loot lover, Taichi Panda is probably right for you. Taichi Panda is a RPG-based ‘dungeon crawler’ type of game. Gameplay wise, you won’t find anything unexpected. Fast paced (it is real-time RPG, not turn based), with brilliant and stunning graphics, it is an impressive…
  • Best third-party Apple Watch straps you can buy right now

    Roshan
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:41 pm
    With the Apple Watch coming up next month and expected to sell around 25 million units this year, the third-party accessory makers have already started their work. And undoubtedly, the straps are a major focus. With Apple’s official straps costing $450 for the stainless steel ones and above $150 for leather ones, Cupertino really has left a lot of room here for the third party companies. Though it is bit too early, we have put together a list of the best non-Apple straps for the Apple Watch, which you can buy right now. If you’re planning to buy an Apple Watch Sport model with the…
  • InkCase i6 is the most unique case for your iPhone 6

    Roshan
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:09 am
    Admit it, we all are guilty of peeking at our iPhones every few minutes, just to check if we missed some important notifications, messages, calls or mails. Not only does it waste a lot of our time but also drains the iPhone’s precious battery. Now we have an innovative solution. Combine the most unique notification device, a low power reading device and a minimalistic case for your iPhone 6 – what you get is O-Axis‘ inkCase i6. inkCase i6 is basically a snap-on case for the iPhone 6, which packs a 4.3″ E Ink display on its back. This display is unique that it uses zero…
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  • Affinity Designer for Mac Review: The modern graphic design app

    Ravin
    28 Mar 2015 | 10:22 am
    Affinity Designer for Mac is not just a regular vector drawing app, the developers of the application have set themselves on a journey to redefine the tools available for creative professionals. Whenever words like ‘vectors’ , ‘illustration’ or ‘creative professionals’ are used, Adobe’s creative suite of apps are probably one of the first set of tools one refers to. Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator are unquestionably the most popular applications used for creating web graphics, designing UI and much more. So, how does Affinity Designer…
  • Taichi Panda has left soft launch and is now available in most regions on iOS and Android

    Touch Reviews Team
    26 Mar 2015 | 9:10 am
    Snail Games has officially launched its action RPG, Taichi Panda, on iOS and Android today, along with its first expansion. The Teumesian Update features Taichi Panda’s first ranged class, Teumessa, the fox mage, who blasts her enemies from afar with powerful magic. The level cap has also been raised and a new location added for higher levelled players, the city of Atlantis. There will be three new story chapters here that pick up right from where it last left off. A new outfit system has also been added allows you to boost your stats and change your visual appearance by equipping costumes.
  • Apple Watch ‘Spring forward’ media event all set to go live

    Ravin
    9 Mar 2015 | 8:18 am
    Apple is holding a special ‘Spring forward’ live media event today starting at 10 a.m. PDT at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Live stream of the media event will be available on Apple’s website and Apple TV. The event is expected to be mostly about Apple Watch announcements relating to its availability, pricing, apps and battery specifications. Some rumours have suggested that the company could also announce new Retina MacBook Air later today. ‘Spring forward’ banners have been put up at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts…
  • Apple springs to number one smartphone manufacturer

    Ravin
    4 Mar 2015 | 1:13 am
    Apple’s iPhone sales set new records each year and 2014 proved to be the biggest year for the company. According to Gartner Apple Inc. became the number one smartphone manufacturer in Q4 2014 with worldwide sales of 74,832 units. Apple took the lead from Samsung that sold 73,032 units during the same time period. For comparison in the year ago quarter Apple sold 50,224 units while Samsung sold 83,317 units. With iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus Apple captured the pent up demand for iPhone with a large screen. Samsung continued to be the top smartphone vendor in the entire year…
  • iPhone 6s to feature Apple Watch like “force touch” technology?

    Ravin
    4 Mar 2015 | 12:23 am
    Apple’s next-gen ‘iPhone 6s’ may feature Apple Watch like ‘force touch’ technology according to a new report. Apple Watch can differentiate between a gentle tap on the screen and applying force. This has been made possible by using tiny electrodes around the flexible Retina display on the watch. Using force touch Apple Watch can provide the user with new user interactions and offers an unobtrusive way to access menu within an app or even change watch faces. According to AppleInsider’s report which cites people familiar with the matter, Apple could be…
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  • Interview with Fast & Furious: Legacy’s Creative Director Talks Cool Features, Cooler Cars

    Nadia Oxford
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:50 am
    Enjoying the mobile game inspired by the Fast & Furious series? Looking forward to Furious 7? You’ll want to check out 148Apps’ interview with Cuz Parry, the Creative Director for Fast & Furious: Legacy. Aside from the amazingly detailed hero cars, iconic characters, and beautifully rendered locations from the movies, I’m thinking our new Street, Getaway, and Takedown modes will get fans revving their engines. These modes ramp up the action just like the movies find a way to ramp up the action with each new installment in the franchise.More about Fast & Furious:…
  • Hands-On Impressions of Helios Warp

    Nadia Oxford
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:41 am
    Helios Warp is a “tube racer” that utilizes vector-based neon graphics. It’s pretty hypnotic to watch, as this hands-on video preview demonstrates.The post Hands-On Impressions of Helios Warp is from Slide To Play via AppSpy.
  • Boulder Dash 30th Anniversary Gets Premium Edition

    Nadia Oxford
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:34 am
    Love Boulder Dash? Hate in-app purchases? TapStar Interactive has released a premium version of the game that offers up all its content for a one-time purchase of $6.99 USD. No fuss, no muss. As you’d expect, there are no ads, microtransactions, or consumable items in this premium version. You unlock the eight other characters by putting in the time, skill, and effort.More about Boulder Dash® 30th Anniversary™ Premium »The post Boulder Dash 30th Anniversary Gets Premium Edition is from Slide To Play via Pocket Gamer.
  • Get Revenge on “Mario” With Kill the Plumber

    Nadia Oxford
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:27 am
    Mario’s been outwitting his enemies for decades, but to be fair, Bowser’s minions are as dumb as bricks. Kill the Plumber is a mobile action game that lets players attempt to turn the tables and stomp Mario as a bad guy. Of course, no licensed Nintendo characters appear in the game; there’s only copyright-friendly replacements. Kill the Plumber should be out sometime later this year.The post Get Revenge on “Mario” With Kill the Plumber is from Slide To Play via Touch Arcade.
  • After 3+ Years, EA Finally Updates NBA Jam

    Jeff Scott
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:46 pm
    In spite of the game having a nearly permanent spot on the top 25 games on iOS, EA had failed to update NBA Jam since 2011. Yup, one of the best selling games on iOS existed in iPhone 4 screen sizes since 2011. Well it’s finally updated, and from the report at TA, it is faster, looks way better, and is smooth. BOOMSHAKALAKA!More about NBA JAM by EA SPORTS™ »The post After 3+ Years, EA Finally Updates NBA Jam is from Slide To Play via Touch Arcade.
 
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  • Pain Therapy for iPhone & iPad

    Cyrus
    24 Mar 2015 | 5:51 am
    Dealing with pain while bouncing back from injuries is common. You need to stretch and perform the right moves to prevent new injuries and keep your body in a stronger shape. Apps such as Pain Therapy can help with that. It is an iOS app that provides you with 30 exercise and stretching videos to address pain and injury related issues. This universal app has videos showing how to foam roll your quads, calf muscles, and other areas. It also covers seated hamstring stretches, squats, hip extension and abduction, and many other moves. You do get a chance to save videos to your device for offline…
  • EverGear for Evernote

    Cyrus
    23 Mar 2015 | 4:51 am
    It goes without saying that Evernote is one of the most useful services around. Many folks rely on it to keep track of their notes, ideas, and everything in between. There are already plenty of useful tools and apps available for Evernote. The EverGear app happens to be another iPhone app that lets you send information to your Evernote account quickly. The app lets you post memos and photos to your Evernote account. You can create templates with reserved words. You can also have any number of photos that you like per note. The app supports Twitter and Facebook posts as well. It offers…
  • 3 iPhone Apps for Lucid Dreaming

    Cyrus
    21 Mar 2015 | 6:54 am
    Have you ever wanted to be in more control of your dreams? Many folks have tried and experienced success with lucid dreaming. It might take you a bit of time to master it though. These 3 lucid dreaming apps might help your cause: DreamZ: an iPhone app that helps you monitor your sleep cycles and control your dreams. It plays audio cues as soon as you enter an REM sleep phase to increase the chances of gaining awareness while dreaming. Lucid Dream Ultimate: this app helps you get started with lucid dreaming. It has night reality checks to trick your mind into checking if it is dreaming while…
  • TimeTag iPhone App for Time Tracking

    Cyrus
    20 Mar 2015 | 6:46 am
    We all would love to have more hours in each day to get more things done. That’s not reality though. Many professionals manage their time and track how they have spent it with time-tracking tools. TimeTag for iPhone happens to be a useful iPhone app that allows you to track and tag your time. It has a user-friendly interface and lets you run multiple timers. TimeTag is designed to help you log your hours and tag your time. You can add your own records and filter your data. You can set up reminders for active timers. The app lets you export data to CSV, HTML or Text. You can also export…
  • Loggr for iPhone

    Cyrus
    19 Mar 2015 | 5:06 am
    Developing good habits or shedding bad ones is not something you can do overnight. It usually takes some patience to improve in everything that you do. Keeping track of your progress is important though. The Loggr for iPhone happens to be an interesting app that lets you track your progress and graph your life. Loggr is designed to let you track your life’s data and add custom metrics. The app shows you interactive graphs and lets you review and edit all your entries easily. You can also export to a CSV file or sync your data via Dropbox. Want to import data from RunKeeper or Moves? No…
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  • Chosen Gives Hopeful Singers, Songwriters, and Their Critics, a Place to Come Together

    30 Mar 2015 | 10:30 am
    If YouTube videos and reality TV shows like The Voice have taught us one thing, it’s that there are a lot of people out there who are anxious to show the world their talents. And if they’ve taught us a second thing, it’s that there’s an almost equally sizable group of people who are anxious to judge those hopefuls. What’s interesting about Chosen is that it actually caters to both of these crowds. Chosen comes from the mind of David Hyman, and gives you the chance to become a social media star - or to find said star and be able to say you knew them when.
  • Android's Popular OfficeSuite Now Available for iOS

    30 Mar 2015 | 9:45 am
    Once only available for Android devices, OfficeSuite has finally landed on the app store. The Mobile Systems app lets you view, edit, create, and share Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents as well as convert them to/from PDFs. It's touted as being like having a desktop on your phone. OfficeSuite supports Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, and iCloud so you can save and share easily. You can download the free version of OfficeSuite, or puchase OfficeSuite Pro for $9.99 or OfficeSuite Premium for $19.99.  
  • Warhammer: Arcane Magic is Coming Soon, Exclusively for iOS

    30 Mar 2015 | 8:45 am
    Turbo Tape Games has announced that they're joining forces with Games Workshop to bring the turn-based strategy board game, Warhammer: Arcane Magic, to life on the iOS. The game lets you play as wizards such as Teclis, Balthasar Gelt, and Wurrzag, pitted against monsters and opponents from the Warhammer universe during the magical storms of the Old World and the Chaos Wastelands. If you prefer to play by yourself, Warhammer: Arcane Magic features a single-player campaign with a deep storyline and a ton to explore. We don't have an official release date for Warhammer: Arcane…
  • These are All the Apple Watch Apps and Games We've Managed to Dig Up So Far

    30 Mar 2015 | 8:35 am
    The Apple Watch is less than a month from hitting store shelves, and once you get your hands on it you're probably going to want some apps and games to install. Fear not! We've compiled a list of all the Apple Watch apps and games we've been able to find so far. Games Rules! By TheCodingMonkeys App Store Description: RULES! is a cute puzzle game that's challenging, fast-paced and fun. • Choose your preferred type of game: Beginner, Expert or Timeless • Follow RULES! into a hundred level-deep maze of cuteness and order: • Multi-touch interface at its finest• Color…
  • Monkey Around with Jungle Rumble's Big New Update

    30 Mar 2015 | 7:45 am
    Jungle Rumble, by Disco Pixel, is a brightly colored, jungleriffic rhythm game where you must protect your tribe's most precious treasure: bananas! And the game has gotten even more manic with a fresh new update. Now you get more levels, new mechanics, and the ability to skip to any previously played level to make your questing for medals easier than before. The graphics have also been revamped for display on the iPhone 6 Plus to the iPad Air 2. Jungle Rumble is available now for $3.99.
 
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  • Review: Twelve South BaseLift for MacBook

    Xin Chan
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:00 am
    I have seldom been so crazy to purchase a gadget right on the launch day, especially accessories for my Apple Products. I usually wait and see and check out numbers of reviews before I cash in. But I really love this product at first sight and I wanted it for my MacBook Pro for long. It is BaseLift for MacBook presented by Twelve South, launched last Wednesday. It is a super-thin, microfiber-layered integrated stand and lap pad for MacBooks, which fits all current MacBook Pro and Air models, with the following features in summary: – Super thin and light (3.7 mm, 119 g) – Tilts…
  • PDFpen Scan+: Touch Free Scanning Comes To iOS

    Adeel Qayum
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:05 am
    PDFScan+ has a lot of useful features, but you now have one more reason to download this app on your iPhone. The latest version of the application brings touch-free scanning to all iDevices. That means the app can now snap shots as soon as the selected document is in the focus and the edges are detectible. If you’re hearing about PDFpen Scan+ for the first time, below is a detailed guide about how it works. How to Use PDFpen Scan+ The app enables the user to use the iDevice camera and scan a document. Scanned documents can be manually or automatically cropped, enhanced, ad saved as…
  • Week Weather: Get a Detailed Heat Map Of The Weekly Forecast

    Adeel Qayum
    24 Mar 2015 | 1:52 am
    We can all agree that there are a lot of weather apps out there. But there’s something about Week Weather by Wolfgang Augustin that stood out for me and made me want to install it on my iPhone, and I couldn’t be anymore happier. As the name implies, the apps gives you all the weather information you need for a week in a very useful manner to help you plan your activities accordingly. One of the worst things that can happen when planning an outdoor party for friends or family, or even deciding to go out for a stroll on your own is bad weather. I remember when my whole plan of going…
  • FlashQ Q20 Is A Wireless Flash Unit With Radio Control, LED lightning and Many More

    Adeel Qayum
    22 Mar 2015 | 8:37 pm
    After the success of FlashQ wireless flash trigger last year, Anita Yim and her team are taking things to the next level. FlashQ Q20 is their first flash project offering a wireless flash unit with multiple features including built-in gel holder, radio configuration, flash head tilting (90 degrees for bounce light), and LED lightning. It has been introduced in white and black options. What is FlashQ Q20? The FlashQ Q20 from LightPix Labs is an external flash unit, and when placed on the hot shoe on the top of the camera, that’s exactly what the flash is. The user can use one of the…
  • Launcher for iOS 8: Your Favorite Things Now At Your Fingertips

    Adeel Qayum
    21 Mar 2015 | 8:46 am
    Whenever I decide to install new apps on my iPhone the first thing I look for is functionality. I don’t want to clutter my iPhone home screen with useless apps I regret installing in the first place. Launcher with Notification Center Widget is probably one of the most useful apps I have right now on my iPhone and it’s awesome. This app works on the iOS 8 and makes all your favorite things accessible to you through just a single swipe of the finger. How to use Launcher for iOS 8 Once you install this app on to your iPhone you will immediately get the iOS 8 Today Widget which can be…
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  • JAQ: Off-grid Charger for Smartphones

    Ci
    30 Mar 2015 | 8:32 am
    Your smartphone may be powerful, but it does not have an unlimited battery life. If you plan to spend a lot of time outdoors, you are going to need a decent portable battery charger. The JAQ is not your average charger though. It generates energy from water and salt contained in its slim power card. You can carry multiple cards in your bag to always have power on the go.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post JAQ: Off-grid Charger for Smartphones appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Olio Model One Smartwatch w/ Cloud-based Assistant

    Ci
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:30 am
    There are plenty of smartwatches that are compatible with iOS or Android devices. The Olio Model One Smartwatch happens to be an elegant watch that is compatible with both platforms. It also organizes your notifications to help you stay on track on a daily basis. It shows your past notifications as well as what’s coming up.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Olio Model One Smartwatch w/ Cloud-based Assistant appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Revolar Personal Safety System [iOS/Android]

    Ci
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:21 am
    Meet the Revolar: a compact wearable device that lets you get help when you do not feel safe outside. You can wear it in a discreet fashion. All you need to do is input your emergency contacts on the Revolar app and press the button to get help. This Bluetooth device lasts for months. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Revolar Personal Safety System [iOS/Android] appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • 5 iOS-Compatible Smart Sprinklers

    Ci
    29 Mar 2015 | 6:17 am
    Taking care of your garden does not have to take all day. There are many tools you can pick up to monitor your plants and water them in a smarter fashion. These 5 smart sprinklers pair with your smartphone to let you properly water your plants all year long: RainMachine: a smart WiFi irrigation controller that uses weather service from NOAA.gov to save water. It supports 12 zones and unlimited programs. It is compatible with iOS and Android devices.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 5 iOS-Compatible Smart Sprinklers appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • 5 Awesome Smart Helmets You Should See

    Ci
    28 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    In the past few months, we have seen plenty of decent smartwatches and wristbands. We are going to see various other types of smart wearable devices in the near future. These 5 smart helmets are certainly worth checking out: LifeBEAM helmet: a smart cycling helmet that monitors your heart rate and counts calories burned. It offers Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ connectivity.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 5 Awesome Smart Helmets You Should See appeared first on iPhoneNess.
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  • Maya The Bee: Flying Challenge in Review – Kid Friendly, Infinite Flying Fun

    Eric Pankoke
    21 Mar 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Looking at the screen shots for Flying Challenge I had a feeling this was going to be geared towards kids.  Spending some time with the game has basically confirmed that suspicion, though that’s in no way meant to be a negative towards the game.  It certainly has all the hallmarks of your typical infinite runner (or in this case flyer), but it tones things down a bit for the sake of the little ones.  None of that stopped me from wanting to keep playing the game instead of taking my son down to the bus on the morning when I was writing this review. You control Maya – and eventually…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [3/13/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    12 Mar 2015 | 11:25 pm
    Everyone order their Apple Watches yet?  Personally, I think I’ll stick to something with a slightly bigger screen that doesn’t have to sit on my wrist for the time being.  Not that I’ve got that out of the way, how about we talk iOS games?  I’m reaching back into the archives again, in one case going all the way back to 2012.  But, the way I figure it, if the game still captures my attention then it is still worth playing.  Hopefully you’ll feel the same way about any number of these selections. Planet Quest [2/12/15] – I don’t really fancy myself a rhythm game addict as…
  • Swipe to Kill: Designing An HTML5 Mobile Game

    Eric Pankoke
    4 Mar 2015 | 9:48 pm
    Fancy yourself a game developer, but don’t know where to start?  Looking for development tools with little monetary overhead that support multiple mobile platforms?  Do you like match 3 / RPG style games?  Gregory Ellis might just have the solution for you… if you’re willing to help give his project a bit of a Kickstart!  The name of the game is Swipe To Kill, and the goal behind the project is for the developer to provide a complete tutorial along with fully documented source code so you can develop your own game of this style in no time flat.  Since the format of…
  • Mind Snares: Alice’s Journey HD in Review – Creepy Visions Make Nifty Games

    Eric Pankoke
    1 Mar 2015 | 7:32 pm
    If you’ve been adventure gaming on your iPhone or iPad for long I’m sure you’ve run across a G5 adventure or two.  The name Artifex Mundi might not sound quite as familiar, but they had their hands in both the Nightmares from the Deep series and Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden, both of which I’ve given high regards to.  Their latest combined effort is Mind Snares: Alice’s Journey, and having just finished it I’d say it deserves the Artifex Mundi branding.  Excellent visuals, theatrical quality music and an odd storyline do a great job of keeping you entranced to the very end. …
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [2/19/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    19 Feb 2015 | 9:00 pm
    As I continue to delve through my backlog of games it amazes me how many hidden gems there are.  Of course there are still lots of new games coming out there are cool as well.  This article’s collection includes everything from retro turn based RPGs to hybrid runners / collectable card games.  And as always, everything on this list is here because I’ve played it and enjoyed it enough that I felt it was worth writing about.  Hopefully you’ll feel the same once you’ve taken some of these games for a spin. Zombie Highway 2 [8/8/14] – Everyone’s favorite 3D vehicular zombie…
 
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  • iPhone: UpdateZen - Business

    30 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    UpdateZen is a simple status reporting solution for businesses. Updates from team members are capped at 250 characters to include only what's absolutely essential. Updates are consolidated and presented in one simple interface on iPhone and the web. Download UpdateZen on the App Store http://goo.gl/IkxKW5 View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/updatezen DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
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    30 Mar 2015 | 11:58 am
    Audvisor brings you short and powerful insights from the world’s top experts for you to listen to anytime, anywhere. Hear thousands of insights from hundreds of experts – all under 3 minutes. Download Audvisor on the App Store http://goo.gl/93TJfN View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/audvisor DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
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    30 Mar 2015 | 11:57 am
    This MADFIST wants to squash as many soldiers (and other targets) as possible. Control the MADFIST by tapping the screen to squash them all in this crazy and funny action packed game. Enjoy and destroy! Download MADFIST on the App Store http://goo.gl/s6dRIf View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/madfist DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
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    30 Mar 2015 | 11:56 am
    Icon Rush is brilliantly simple! You must make combinations of at least three icons on a 4x5 grid, either by matching the same letter, the same badge number the same color. You can make combinations horizontally, vertically and diagonally. Download Icon Rush on the App Store http://goo.gl/UbjkRq View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/icon-rush DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
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    26 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am
    REBUS is a game of associations, logic and design that energizes the brain. It doesn’t matter how long you would like to play, either an hour or several minutes, every solved rebus will make a pleasant snap in your head. Download REBUS – Absurd Logic Game on the App Store http://goo.gl/1VqZWQ View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/rebus DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
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  • Maya The Bee: Flying Challenge in Review – Kid Friendly, Infinite Flying Fun

    Eric Pankoke
    21 Mar 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Looking at the screen shots for Flying Challenge I had a feeling this was going to be geared towards kids.  Spending some time with the game has basically confirmed that suspicion, though that’s in no way meant to be a negative towards the game.  It certainly has all the hallmarks of your typical infinite runner (or in this case flyer), but it tones things down a bit for the sake of the little ones.  None of that stopped me from wanting to keep playing the game instead of taking my son down to the bus on the morning when I was writing this review. You control Maya – and eventually…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [3/13/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    12 Mar 2015 | 11:25 pm
    Everyone order their Apple Watches yet?  Personally, I think I’ll stick to something with a slightly bigger screen that doesn’t have to sit on my wrist for the time being.  Not that I’ve got that out of the way, how about we talk iOS games?  I’m reaching back into the archives again, in one case going all the way back to 2012.  But, the way I figure it, if the game still captures my attention then it is still worth playing.  Hopefully you’ll feel the same way about any number of these selections. Planet Quest [2/12/15] – I don’t really fancy myself a rhythm game addict as…
  • Swipe to Kill: Designing An HTML5 Mobile Game

    Eric Pankoke
    4 Mar 2015 | 9:48 pm
    Fancy yourself a game developer, but don’t know where to start?  Looking for development tools with little monetary overhead that support multiple mobile platforms?  Do you like match 3 / RPG style games?  Gregory Ellis might just have the solution for you… if you’re willing to help give his project a bit of a Kickstart!  The name of the game is Swipe To Kill, and the goal behind the project is for the developer to provide a complete tutorial along with fully documented source code so you can develop your own game of this style in no time flat.  Since the format of…
  • Mind Snares: Alice’s Journey HD in Review – Creepy Visions Make Nifty Games

    Eric Pankoke
    1 Mar 2015 | 7:32 pm
    If you’ve been adventure gaming on your iPhone or iPad for long I’m sure you’ve run across a G5 adventure or two.  The name Artifex Mundi might not sound quite as familiar, but they had their hands in both the Nightmares from the Deep series and Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden, both of which I’ve given high regards to.  Their latest combined effort is Mind Snares: Alice’s Journey, and having just finished it I’d say it deserves the Artifex Mundi branding.  Excellent visuals, theatrical quality music and an odd storyline do a great job of keeping you entranced to the very end. …
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [2/19/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    19 Feb 2015 | 9:00 pm
    As I continue to delve through my backlog of games it amazes me how many hidden gems there are.  Of course there are still lots of new games coming out there are cool as well.  This article’s collection includes everything from retro turn based RPGs to hybrid runners / collectable card games.  And as always, everything on this list is here because I’ve played it and enjoyed it enough that I felt it was worth writing about.  Hopefully you’ll feel the same once you’ve taken some of these games for a spin. Zombie Highway 2 [8/8/14] – Everyone’s favorite 3D vehicular zombie…
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  • Layout from Instagram

    Terry White
    23 Mar 2015 | 12:28 pm
      We have reviewed several different photo layout apps here before and apparently the idea has caught on with Instagram as they have just released their own. Layout from Instagram is a FREE app for iOS that allows you to quickly put together multiple photos in one frame for posting to social media sites such as, well um “Instagram”. The interface is very straight forward and actually kinda fun to use as it automatically lays out your selected images based on the number of images you choose. No need to choose a layout first as with most other apps. If you deselect or add more…
  • The 100 Best Apps of 2014

    Terry White
    4 Jan 2015 | 9:05 pm
    It’s that time of year again. That time where I look back at 2014 and the iPhone and iPad in my hand and I come up with my picks for the BEST APPS of 2014. These are my favorite apps and more importantly the ones that either came out in 2014 or got significant updates.  There are hundreds of thousands of apps on the App Store and no one list can cover them all. When I sat down to put this list together I asked myself of the 551 apps I have on my iPhone and the 508 apps on my iPad, which are the Top 100 Apps that I couldn’t live without? You put all those things together and you…
  • 500px App Integrates Adobe Creative Cloud Features and More

    Terry White
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:41 am
    When it comes to social photography sites, 500px comes to mind as being one of the best and definitely one of the most inspirational. I go there when I want to be blown away by photographic images. With that said, I rarely used their iOS App for more than just browsing. I upload to 500px from Lightroom using their Publishing Plug-in. However, with the latest update their App just became a whole lot more useful. Integrated Camera with Manual Controls On iPhone the update adds not only a built-in camera, but also the ability to take pictures with iOS 8 aided manual controls. This is probably…
  • Adobe Premiere Clip for iPad and iPhone

    Terry White
    7 Dec 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Over the weekend I decided to do a little ariel photography and video with the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+. After I shot my video, I wanted to edit down to a short clip that I could share on Instagram. Of course one of the biggest limitations with Instagram video is that it can only be a maximum of 15 seconds in length. I figured the NEW Adobe Premiere Clip App would be up to the task. This App would give me the flexibility of starting the process on the iPad and if I could get the edit that I wanted great, and if not I could send the project to the desktop and finish it in Premiere Pro CC. I was…
  • My New Favorite Image Editor on iPhone & iPad is Photo Editor by Aviary

    Terry White
    2 Dec 2014 | 9:05 pm
    There are several AMAZING image editing apps for iOS. I have several of them on my iPhone and iPad. However, what I’ve come to realize is that I rarely open most of them. It’s not that they aren’t great. It probably has more to do with the fact that I just don’t need to do a ton of detailed image editing on my mobile devices. If I capture an image with my iPhone it’s usually to share right then and there or shortly thereafter. At this point I may want to do some global adjustments such as exposure, shadows and highlights and perhaps a crop. Well iOS 8 pretty much…
 
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  • Details of Apple Watch Try-On Leaked; Purchases by Reservation Only

    Jim Karpen
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:06 am
    A lot of detail is emerging about what you can expect in the coming weeks if you're interested in trying on or purchasing an Apple Watch. 9To5Mac has posted extensive detail about the Apple Watch displays and the process.  You'll need an appointment to try on an Apple Watch; however, there will also be a walk-in queue, such that you can add your name to the queue when you're in the store and then shop until it's time for your turn. When that time arrives, an Apple employee will escort you to a display table and you can select up to two models that interest you. You'll then be taken to…
  • Apple Taking Trade-Ins of Non-Apple Phones

    Todd Bernhard
    30 Mar 2015 | 10:06 am
    Apple has been trying to increase sales of iPhones at their retail stores, versus third party locations like BestBuy, Sprint, etc. In addition to higher profit margins by selling directly, Apple stores can upsell consumers on the benefits of owning Apple computers in addition to iPhones. One area where other retailers had an advantage was the ability to take in competing phones and offer credit. All that has changed as Apple now will accept non-Apple phones in their retail stores, and offer credit. That credit is strictly for the Apple store, as opposed to cash which several third party…
  • Five Years of the iPad

    Todd Bernhard
    30 Mar 2015 | 9:06 am
    Almost five years ago, on April 3, 2010, Steve Jobs introduced the iPad. But it wasn't a universally welcomed gadget. There were snickers about the name. People said it's just a bigger iPhone that doesn't make phone calls. Yet the iPad, and its successors, transformed the computing industry. Tablets had been around before then, but it took the iPad to set a standard for usability. When the original iPhone was introduced, Alan Kay who coined the phrase and concept of the Dynabook, told Steve that if he made it 8 x 5 inches he would "rule the world." That prediction came pretty close.
  • Tip of the Day: How to View Websites Bookmarked on Your Mac on Your iPhone Too

    Paula Bostrom
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:06 am
    Master your iPhone and iPad. Sign up here to get our Tip of the Day delivered right to your inbox. If you have any website favorites saved on your Mac, there’s an easy way to view them in the Safari app on your iPhone as well.  I must have at least two hundred bookmarks saved on my Mac. They range from everything to recipes saved from various websites to article ideas and research. It’s nice to know then, that there’s an easy way to see the same bookmarks in the Safari app on my iPhone that I see on my Mac. First, open Settings on your iPhone, go to iCloud, and scroll down to…
  • Tip of the Day: How to Search for a Particular Reminder

    Paula Bostrom
    29 Mar 2015 | 5:06 am
    Master your iPhone and iPad. Sign up here to get our Tip of the Day delivered right to your inbox. I use the Reminders app on my iPhone quite a bit. I’ll create a reminder to pick up my dry cleaning, buy my cousin a birthday present or pay a bill. When I create Reminders I usually set them to remind me on a certain day, at a certain time. Sometimes I have so many Reminders that it’s difficult to find a certain one before its set reminder time. For example, I made a Reminder to pay a fee for a school trip my son was going on. I forgot what the fee amount was and needed the…
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  • Apple to Announce Q2 2015 Earnings on April 27 [Mac Blog]

    30 Mar 2015 | 2:34 pm
    Apple updated its investor relations page today to note that it will announce its earnings for the second fiscal quarter (first calendar quarter) of 2015 on Monday, April 27. The quarterly earnings statement will be released sometime 1:30 PM Pacific/4:30 PM Eastern, with a conference call to discuss the report taking place at 2:00 PM Pacific/5:00 PM Eastern. The earnings release will provide a look at sales of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus during the period following Apple’s record-breaking first quarter as well as iPad and Mac sales throughout the first few months of 2015. For the first…
  • Apple Seeds Sixth OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite Beta to Developers, Public Beta Testers

    30 Mar 2015 | 2:02 pm
    Apple today seeded a new beta of OS X Yosemite to developers and public beta testers, a week after seeding the fifth OS X Yosemite beta and almost two months after releasing the first OS X 10.10.3 beta. The new beta, build 14D127a, is available for registered developers through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store and through the Mac Developer Center. OS X 10.10.3 includes several new features, like the Photos for OS X app. Designed to integrate with iCloud Photo Library and the Photos app on iOS, the Photos for OS X app is a replacement for both iPhoto and Aperture. Reviews…
  • How to Use iTunes Match [Mac Blog]

    30 Mar 2015 | 12:31 pm
    For $24.99 per year, or about two dollars per month, iTunes Match keeps all of your music in iCloud so you can access any song at any time from any device instead of picking and downloading your favorite playlists every time you sync your device. Plus, Apple will provide you with high quality playback using 256 Kbps AAC DRM free versions of your music, even if your original copy was lower quality. Some users may not be entirely familiar with hoe the service works, so we’ve put together this tutorial that explains the process of how to subscribe to and use iTunes Match on your computer…
  • Review: The BrydgeAir Keyboard Turns Your iPad Air 2 Into a Mini MacBook [iOS Blog]

    30 Mar 2015 | 11:40 am
    After we published our review of the ClamCase Pro keyboard for the iPad Air 2, some of our readers suggested that we take a look at other iPad keyboards available on the market. We decided to take MacRumors readers up on that suggestion, and over the next few weeks, we’ll be looking at several keyboards designed for Apple’s newest tablet, the iPad Air 2. We’re kicking things off with a review of the BrydgeAir keyboard, which is able to work with both the original iPad Air and the iPad Air 2. Much like the ClamCase Pro we previously looked at, the all-aluminum BrydgeAir is…
  • iPad Pro Dummy Points Towards Dual Lightning Ports or USB-C Port

    30 Mar 2015 | 10:36 am
    Images of what appear to be a mockup version of the upcoming larger-screened “iPad Pro” depict either a secondary Lightning port or a USB-C port on one side of the device, suggesting it could potentially have multiple methods of charging and/or the ability to support accessories like keyboards and mice. The pictures, which show the mystery port, a headphone jack/speakers, and the camera, originated on microblogging site Sina Weibo and were shared by Italian site HDBlog. Case manufacturers and other accessory makers often create dummy models of upcoming Apple devices to get an…
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  • Open Source Swift Library For Uploads/Downloads With Concurrency, Background Support And More

    Johann
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:35 pm
    I’ve mentioned a number of libraries that make networking with Swift easier such as the popular AlamoFire library. Here’s a Swift based library submitted ny nghialv that provides a nice clean syntax for file uploading and downloading with a number of neat features called Transporter. With Transporter you can upload/download concurrently and sequentially in the background, pause/resume transfers, and support for progress tracking. This code snippet from the readme shows some example uses of Transport: let path = NSBundle.mainBundle().pathForResource("bigfile", ofType:…
  • Top iOS Development Resources For Two Weeks Ended March 29th, 2015

    Johann
    29 Mar 2015 | 11:07 pm
    Welcome back to our feature of the most popular new and updated iOS developer resources mentioned on our site in the last two weeks. The top resource is an Xcode plugin providing an action bar that can be brought up by a hotkey giving quick access to many Xcode acctions, code snippets, and custom actions. Here are the resources: 1. XCActionBar – An Xcode plugin that allows you to bring up an action bar by hotkey providing quick access to nearly every Xcode feature.(share on twitter) (featured here) 2. NPFlipButton – An open source component for creating buttons that have circular…
  • Open Source Component For Creating Sophisticated Animated Text Labels

    Johann
    26 Mar 2015 | 11:30 pm
    I’ve mentioned some excellent open source projects from Yalantis including a component for great looking scrolling iconized top menus, an  iconized side menu component with slick animations, a great example of a pull-to-refresh implementation with an expanding animation. Here’s an open source component submitted by Nikita of Yalantis that provides a custom label allowing you to easily apply animations to the text, and even individual layers within the label. Yalantis includes a nice example project showing how to create a sophisticated animated label using Ophiucus. Here’s…
  • Tool: Xcode Plugin For Easy Tweaking Of CAMediaTimingFunction Control Points

    Johann
    25 Mar 2015 | 11:33 pm
    Earlier this month I mentioned a nice Xcode plugin that adds an action bar you can bring up with a hotkey providing easy access to nearly every Xcode action. Here’s an Xcode plugin called CATweakerSense from Xu Lian that provides a nice interface directly within Xcode so you can visually set your CAMediaTimingFunction animation timing curve. CATweakerSense will pop up its interface for tweaking directly within your code within a popover while editing CAMediaTimingFunction control points. CATweakerSense also includes a tool you can use on your desktop for tweaking CAMediaTimingFunction…
  • Open Source UIColor Extension Library Providing Access To 1200+ Colors By Name

    Johann
    24 Mar 2015 | 11:21 pm
    I’ve mentioned a number of color helper libraries most recently a library providing colors for creating gradients, and a library for grabbing flat colors based on an image. Here’s a UIColor extension library submitted by Reid Gravelle called Rainbow that makes a large number of colors usable by name. Rainbow contains over 1200 colors including many crayola colors and a helper to make the RGB values more readable by not requiring division by 255. You can find Rainbow on Github here. A nice library for accessing a wide number of colors with UIColor. Original article: Open Source…
 
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  • Review Of 6pm (.com) – Can You Put Your Trust Here?

    SimpleReviews
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:15 am
    Online shopping is all the rage in modern society, with people managing to get products they want delivered to their door with just a click of a button. Sites which offer such services rely on the inherent laziness present in all human beings, realizing that we would much rather shop from the comfort of our beds than drive to the nearest mall and look around. There are plenty of great sites like eBay and Amazon that let us shop online, but none of them really guarantee bargain prices for their products do they? Well if you’re into shopping online and you’re looking for some great bargain…
  • Review Of The Maxi Climber – As Good Of A Workout As It’s Made Out To Be?

    SimpleReviews
    20 Mar 2015 | 1:31 pm
    Maxi Climber as seen on TV We live in a generation that’s under constant pressure to be fit- people go running, workout and pump iron to become spectacles of perfection in front of society. It’s easy to be caught up in the hype and suddenly find that you’re spending a couple of hundred dollars on gym and equipment expenses, but not really getting anywhere. Well many people don’t resort to conventional fitness methods, they end up doing things like hiking or rock climbing. It used to be pretty impossible to set up something that intricate at home, until Maxi Climber came along!
  • Review Of The Casper Mattress – Is This The Mattress You’ve Been Looking For?

    SimpleReviews
    18 Mar 2015 | 1:10 am
    It’s important to find the right bed to sleep on, especially if you’re part of a modern workforce and really need to catch up on some shut eye to keep that machine ticking. Thats why it’s really important to do your research when buying a new mattress. The wrong mattress can have you waking up grumpy, with back or other bodily pains and can even have an impact on how long you sleep. So without further ado, lets discuss one of the best options available on the market to meet your mattress needs. What is a Casper Mattress? In this day and age, it can be hard to fit healthy amounts of…
  • Review Of The Mi40x Workout Program – A Scam, Or Does It Work?

    SimpleReviews
    17 Mar 2015 | 9:20 am
    In a society filled with job obligations, hard hitting deals and short deadlines, it’s getting harder and harder for people with packed schedules to stay in shape. In a decision between relaxing with a beer and some television or hitting the gym, most of us would end up on the couch. However, even in this fast moving society the pressure to stay fit is not taken off us for a second. Women want their men to sport rock hard abs and machine gun forearms and men are no different, constantly expecting females with toned abdomens and an hourglass figure. With all these social expectations,…
  • Review Of The Vertical Jump Manual Program – Will It Really Up Your Game?

    SimpleReviews
    15 Mar 2015 | 9:56 am
    Have you been dreaming of hitting that perfect slam dunk? Do you need to gain a few inches to get that sweet jump shot? With basketball becoming more and more competitive every day, especially at the college level, most people are looking to get that extra edge that a great jump can provide. It’s not just basketball though, is it? Jumping is important in a wide range of sports like Gymnastics, Parkour, Taekwondo and Volleyball. If you’re involved in any of these activities, you’ll know the advantages a good jump can give you in a competitive environment. If you’re a natural born…
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  • Beat the Dictators - Windows Phone FREE game

    peaksel
    18 Mar 2015 | 12:59 am
    Beat the Dictators is a funny, relaxing, stress relief game created to help its users blow off some steam and have some fun. Face the world’s most (in)famous dictators and villains! Craft your weapons,unlock new worlds and enjoy while you beat the dictators! Become the boss and beat the dictators! The game is fun and addictive and can be downloaded from the Windows Phone Store: Beat the Dictators Download the game asap and have fun beating the dictators: Beat the Dictators
  • http://itunes.apple.com/app/ip-camera-viewer-spy-live/id913977957?ls=1&mt=8

    jawalsh
    17 Mar 2015 | 2:58 pm
    ★ Spy on people from your iPhone ★ ★★ on thousands of security video cameras everywhere in the world ★★ https://itunes.apple.com/app/ip-came...7957?ls=1&mt=8 Over 300,000 our users watching over 11,000 cameras worldwide! Enjoy viewing and remotely physically controlling thousands of live real time video streaming CCTV surveillance and security IP cams and webcams all over the world right from your iPhone and iPad. Watch almost every place on Earth (we add cameras by your requests inside the app). Find familiar places under surveillance in your city,…
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    12 Mar 2015 | 9:01 am
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    3 Mar 2015 | 2:41 pm
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  • Beat the Dictators - Bin Laden, Hitler, Stalin, etc. [Android FREE]

    peaksel
    2 Mar 2015 | 2:02 am
    Check out the description for this game: It's payback time! BECOME THE BOSS AND BEAT THE DICTATORS! Whack them! Smack them! Torture them! Beat 'em up! Go mad, show them what a wipeout looks like! You can't even imagine how relaxing this fun game can be. Cool characters, amazing weapons and great gameplay. Link for free download: Beat the Dictators screenshot-2.jpg screenshot-1.jpg screenshot-5.jpg Link for free download: Beat the Dictators Attached Images screenshot-2.jpg (39.9 KB) screenshot-1.jpg (43.7 KB) screenshot-5.jpg (44.7 KB)
 
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  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    26 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    This past weekend, the ABA Journal sponsored its second Hackcess to Justice legal hackathon, where attorneys and programmers worked all weekend to create apps that help lawyers and increase the ability of individuals to gain access to legal services.  This year the event was in my hometown of New Orleans, but unfortunately I wasn't able to go.  Victor Li of ABA Journal describes the winning apps.  The first prize went to an app called Legal Proof that helps an attorney or a client collect and organize evidence.  Second prize went to New Orleans attorney Ernest Svenson and…
  • Two-Way Media v AT&T -- be careful reading notices of electronic filings on an iPhone!

    Jeff Richardson
    25 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Last week, a federal appellate court ruled that two law firms missed an appeal deadline in a $40 million case notwithstanding the defense that the law firms were misled by a notice of electronic filing email sent by the trial court.  The decision has been the subject of quite a few news articles (such as this one in the ABA Journal) and for good reason — there is a lesson to be learned here, and attorneys who use an iPhone or other mobile device ought to know about this opinion.  The decision is Two-Way Media LLC v. AT&T, Inc., No. 2014-1302 (Fed. Cir. March 19, 2015).  You can get a…
  • Review: Calcbot -- calculator and unit converter

    Jeff Richardson
    23 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    A calculator may not seem like a very important app to buy for your iPhone.  After all, the iPhone has a built-in calculator that is easily accessible by swiping up from the bottom of any screen.  Also, I often find that the fastest way to do simple calculations is to hold down my home button to activate Siri and then ask something like "what is 93 divided by 6."  But Calcbot, which was updated just a few weeks ago to version 2, is worth looking at.  There is a free version so that you can get a feel for the app, but you'll want to spend $1.99 in the app to upgrade to the…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    19 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Last week, I linked to interesting excerpts (1, 2, 3) from the upcoming book Becoming Steve Jobs:  The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary World by Rick Tetzeli and Brent Schlender.  This week, Fast Company posted another interesting excerpt plus part of an interview by the two authors with Apple CEO Tim Cook.  If you are interested in Steve Jobs, this book looks like it is going to be really good.  It comes out next week, and you can preorder it on Amazon or on Apple's iBooks Store.  And now, the news of note from the past week. In 2012, the ABA adopted Comment 8 to…
  • GoodReader update adds signatures

    Jeff Richardson
    17 Mar 2015 | 10:05 pm
    The GoodReader app is one of the most frequently used apps on my iPad because it has such great tools for organizing my documents, syncing them to my computers, and annotating PDF files.  And perhaps best of all, the developer is constantly finding ways to make the app even better.  This week, GoodReader version 4.10 was released, and it adds the ability to create and add signatures to your documents.  I've used many other apps with a signature feature, but GoodReader does such a nice job of implementing the feature that it may now be the best way to sign a document on an iPad or…
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  • Apple Seeds New Beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to Developers & Public Beta Participants

    30 Mar 2015 | 2:20 pm
    Another beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 has been seeded to both developers and participants of the Public Beta Program Monday afternoon. The build number for the new beta is 14D127 and is available via the Updates tab in the Mac App Store application to those that are on the beta update channel. The new beta comes about a week after the previous beta that was seeded to developers and Public Beta Program participants and includes
  • 'OneHandWizard' Makes One-handed Use on iPhone 6/6 Plus Much More Comfortable

    30 Mar 2015 | 2:04 pm
    Those of you with an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus know how hard it is to use your device with one hand. Although Apple includes Reachability with iOS 8 to help make reaching the top of the interface easier when you need to, it's not really that practical of a solution because you have to use it every time you need to touch the top of the display and it gets way too repetitive. A new jailbreak tweak called OneHandWizard by iOS developers sharedRoutine and TheAfricanNerd is now available in Cydia that aims to be the absolute best way to use your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus one-handed.
  • Apple Charged Up About New Job Openings

    30 Mar 2015 | 1:44 pm
    Know a thing or two about batteries (and not just how to change them)? If so, you may be just what Apple is looking for. Apple has recently posted a handful of new job openings that suggest the iDevice maker has some improvements planned for the batteries that power some of the company's most iconic devices. From "Battery Firmware Development Manager" to "Battery Hardware Manager," these openings, first discovered by Apple Insider, would place a successful candidate right in Santa Clara Valley working alongside Apple's software and hardware
  • [POLL] Shouldn't All Apps Support the Retina HD Display By Now?

    30 Mar 2015 | 1:24 pm
    It seems like it has been quite a while since the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, both of which have retina HD displays as defined by Apple. Retina HD means that the resolution of the display is much finer per square inch than that of basic retina displays, such as the one in the iPhone 5s. While most application developers have been fast to update their applications for the new resolution, many are incredibly still lagging behind, namely Ebay and PayPal, which I use pretty often for personal leisure. Now that's not to say that Ebay and PayPal are the only ones,
  • 'Multify' Gives You True Side-by-side Multitasking On Jailbroken iOS 8 Devices

    30 Mar 2015 | 1:01 pm
    True multitasking is something that the iOS mobile operating system has always lacked. Instead, Apple uses what is called an App Switcher to let you switch between recently-used applications quickly and efficiently. While users continue to demand true multitasking on Apple's mobile devices, the jailbreak community is, so far, the only place where iOS users can find this kind of functionality. A new jailbreak tweak called Multify by iOS developers J. Corbett & J. Einbinder hit Cydia Monday afternoon promising some of the best true multitasking functionality on the iOS platform
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  • A newly granted Apple Patent may open the door for new features and higher quality for the iPhone camera

    Mel Martin
    27 Mar 2015 | 7:10 am
    The U.S. Patent Office this week gave Apple a patent on what the company called "Digital Camera with Light Splitter" technology. In its filing, Apple explained how a future iPhone could use a mirror to reflect light and incorporate a zoom lens installed on the horizontal access of the device. "A newly granted Apple Patent may open the door for new features and higher quality for the iPhone camera." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2013 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Review: Layout is an OK free collage maker from Instagram

    Mel Martin
    24 Mar 2015 | 3:44 pm
    We take a look at Layout from Instagram, a new, free iPhone photo app that will easily create some very nice photo collages. It's easy to use and will meet a lot of people's needs if you want quick and dirty. "Review: Layout is an OK free collage maker from Instagram." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2013 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Chimani apps provide some great tools for planning your National Parks photo adventures

    Mel Martin
    23 Mar 2015 | 7:04 am
    We review the Chimani National Park Guides. They really are a photographer's best friend when planning a trip to a National Park, and really valuable when you are there. "Chimani apps provide some great tools for planning your National Parks photo adventures." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2013 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Review: Stuck on Earth is a free photo location guide

    Mel Martin
    21 Mar 2015 | 11:01 am
    I use Stuck On Earth all the time. It saves me the "this isn't such a great location after all" problem by letting me see what other photographers are getting. "Review: Stuck on Earth is a free photo location guide." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2013 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • App of the Day: Cortex Camera

    Marty Yawnick
    20 Mar 2015 | 9:07 am
    Cortex Camera is our App of the Day for March 20. It's on sale right now for only $0.99, down a couple bucks from its regular price of $2.99. "App of the Day: Cortex Camera." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2013 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
 
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  • 6 iPad office apps that every business personnel should use

    Guest
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:06 am
    The iPad has become a fundamental device in the business environment. CEOs use it, managers use it, and even employees need such a device to work faster and render much better results. The key to increasing productivity with an iPad lies in the apps that are readily available in the App Store. Some of these apps are free of charge, while others come with a price. Regardless, companies should definitely check them out in order to create a smoother work environment and boost the bottom line of their companies. Here are several iPad apps for the office every business individual should use.
  • Dungeon crawling action RPG Taichi Panda has officially launched on iOS and Android

    iphoneglance
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:19 am
    Snail Games’ action RPG, Taichi Panda, has officially left soft launch and is now available in most regions on iOS and Android along with its first expansion. The Teumessian Update features Taichi Panda’s first ever ranged combatant, Teumessa, the fox mage, who casts powerful spells from afar. However, if you’re satisfied with your existing character, you’ll be pleased to learn that the level cap has been raised and a new location added, the city of Atlantis, where three new story chapters await higher levelled players. If PvP is more your thing, then the new Seabed Scramble,…
  • Taichi Panda Hack ‘n’ Slash your way to the top – Review

    iphoneglance
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:05 am
    Taichi Panda is a hack and slash game, known to many of its fans as Dungeon Crawler, which has already got more than 10 million Chinese gameplay fans hooked. The general idea is to grow your character so that it becomes strong and in a position to position to restore the balance of the cosmos. Let us look inside the game and open up some of the hot features Taichi Panda can offer. It is without doubt a stunning fantasy adventure. You will encounter all kinds of creatures like goblins, bandits and big panda bears, all of whom are set within an illustrious world of stunning graphics and…
  • SelfMe: Get A Hold Of Your Selfie

    Eric Compton
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:42 am
    Do you have trouble managing your selfies? Are you one of those types who can’t resist firing one off every time you leave the house, regardless of activity? Maybe you keep them for self-preservation, maybe you aim to share every single one of those bad-boys via social media, opinion be damned, or maybe you’re trying to set a new record in the ‘photo-a-day’ stakes and make one of those flashy composite videos where we can all watch your face grow older. Regardless of your reasons, if you take a lot of selfies, one might reasonably assume you’d want to keep track…
  • iRig Mic HD: Particularly Versatile Handheld Digital Microphone

    David Harfield
    25 Mar 2015 | 10:23 am
    For anyone who’s ever tried to record a demo just using an iPhone (so anyone who plays guitar born in the last 30 years), you’ll know that using voice memos just doesn’t cut it. Luckily for all you aspiring Bob Dylans out there, IK Multimedia’s iRig Mic HD allows you to record high quality vocals, direct to your iDevice. Maestro, please… As soon as I unwrapped the compact mic, I put it straight to work; now, I don’t have the voice of an angel, but on the right day, with a good wind and a couple of beers down me, I can hold a tune for a while, so I started…
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  • Canary smart security device finally hits the market

    Roshan
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:48 am
    Remember Canary, the home monitoring device whose Indiegogo campaign went through the roof with close to 2 million in funding? They have finally delivered on their promises as Canary hits the shelves today, for $249. So why is Canary so popular? Canary is basically a stylish looking 6 inch high device packed with a HD Camera, high quality microphone, motion sensors, a thermometer, night vision camera, siren and more. And all of these play well with some intelligent coding to deliver a completely automated home security experience right on your iPhone. Canary is a simple device packed with…
  • Ring video doorbell brings security and convenience at your door step

    Roshan
    25 Mar 2015 | 4:04 pm
    Smart devices started getting a lot of limelight in the past few months, thanks to Apple’s smart home concept and the HomeKit SDK. But even before this developer kit was announced, there were pioneer smart device makers who thought ahead and made some great iPhone controlled home appliances. Many of them are gaining momentum now and Ring video doorbell is probably the best example. Ring is just a door bell to begin with, but this tiny device is capable of much more. It doubles as your CCTV, automated monitoring system and intercom, even when you are not home. Ring connects to your WiFi…
  • Taichi Panda Review – Hack, slash & loot in real time

    Brendon E. Martins
    20 Mar 2015 | 3:00 am
    There’s something inherently addictive about dungeon crawling games. That feeling when you open a chest and find that impressive weapon that can instantly chop an enemy head… Well, there are even studies showing that looting games appeal to deep emotions within our brains, much like compulsive hoarding. If you are a loot lover, Taichi Panda is probably right for you. Taichi Panda is a RPG-based ‘dungeon crawler’ type of game. Gameplay wise, you won’t find anything unexpected. Fast paced (it is real-time RPG, not turn based), with brilliant and stunning graphics, it is an impressive…
  • Best third-party Apple Watch straps you can buy right now

    Roshan
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:41 pm
    With the Apple Watch coming up next month and expected to sell around 25 million units this year, the third-party accessory makers have already started their work. And undoubtedly, the straps are a major focus. With Apple’s official straps costing $450 for the stainless steel ones and above $150 for leather ones, Cupertino really has left a lot of room here for the third party companies. Though it is bit too early, we have put together a list of the best non-Apple straps for the Apple Watch, which you can buy right now. If you’re planning to buy an Apple Watch Sport model with the…
  • InkCase i6 is the most unique case for your iPhone 6

    Roshan
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:09 am
    Admit it, we all are guilty of peeking at our iPhones every few minutes, just to check if we missed some important notifications, messages, calls or mails. Not only does it waste a lot of our time but also drains the iPhone’s precious battery. Now we have an innovative solution. Combine the most unique notification device, a low power reading device and a minimalistic case for your iPhone 6 – what you get is O-Axis‘ inkCase i6. inkCase i6 is basically a snap-on case for the iPhone 6, which packs a 4.3″ E Ink display on its back. This display is unique that it uses zero…
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  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – March 30, 2015

    Jerry Collins
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:00 am
    iOSnoops is constantly on the lookout for great deals, and here are 33 iPhone and iPad apps that have just been discounted. This app deal alert includes Blek, Mahjong Artifacts 2, 5K Runner, Fit in Minutes, Dubstep Studio 2, Twin Moons, Where Angels Cry, Hidden Wonders of the Depths, Keep Calm and Carry On and many others. all apps on sale today ➜
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – March 30, 2015

    Damian Ragar
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:58 am
    Great app deals are constantly popping up on the App Store, and here are 11 iPhone and iPad apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes The Lost Ship, Dooo, Home Contents and many others. all apps gone free today ➜
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – March 30, 2015

    Stefani Lain
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:56 am
    Bored with your apps, looking for something new? Check out these 10 iPhone and iPad apps that were just released. This new apps alert includes Favorite Contacts Launcher, Wild Grinders Downhill Grind and many others. all apps released today ➜
 
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  • Weather Apps

    Johanna Casao
    26 Mar 2015 | 2:44 pm
    To find great apps and their appscores, check out the Weather Apps #9over9 playlist in the App Index, or the appscore for Chrome extension in the Chrome Web Store. This is appscore 9over9, where appbackr surfaces relevant, high-scoring Android apps for you. All of the apps included have an appscore above 9.0, and all are available […] The post Weather Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Device Management Apps

    Johanna Casao
    19 Mar 2015 | 1:22 pm
    To find great apps and their appscores, check out this app playlist in the App Index, or the appscore for Chrome extension in the Chrome Web Store. This is appscore 9over9, where appbackr surfaces relevant, high-scoring Android apps for you. All of the apps included have an appscore above 9.0, and all are available on Google […] The post Device Management Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Conference and Event Apps

    Johanna Casao
    11 Mar 2015 | 3:19 pm
    To find great apps and their appscores, check out the appscore for Chrome extension in the Chrome Web Store.  This is appscore 9over9, where appbackr surfaces relevant, high-scoring Android apps for you. All of the apps included have an appscore above 9.0, and all are available on Google Play. With the arrival of the spring season, […] The post Conference and Event Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Peer-to-Peer Sharing Apps

    Johanna Casao
    4 Mar 2015 | 10:15 am
    You can see this post featured on the blog of AskforTask, a Canadian sharing economy app company that deploys over 200,000 taskers to fulfill user’s odd jobs. This is appscore 9over9, where appbackr surfaces relevant, high-scoring Android apps for you. All of the apps included have an appscore above 9.0, and all are available on Google […] The post Peer-to-Peer Sharing Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • The App Anatomy Project® – Telling the App Story

    Johanna Casao
    25 Feb 2015 | 1:29 pm
    Discovery is lamented as problem in mobile, yet it is heralded as a success in much larger markets like Amazon. It is not a problem of better search tools on Amazon; physical products simply have much better metadata. Much better. App metadata is based on what we see from the outside. Those descriptions and reviews […] The post The App Anatomy Project® – Telling the App Story appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
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  • Go From Snack Shack to Lunch Legend in Lunch Truck Tycoon

    Sarah Hanlon
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:44 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****½ (4.5/5) Lunch Truck Tycoon iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com One of my favorite game genres is simulators, so it’s no surprise that I took a liking to Lunch Truck Tycoon almost immediately. Developed by Diggidy, Lunch Truck Tycoon is an addicting and fun game for iPhone that takes players on an […]
  • EaseUS Data Recovery for Mac Brings Files Back From the Dead

    Jim Desposito
    28 Mar 2015 | 11:24 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****~ (4/5) EaseUS Data Recovery for Mac Mac Application Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com If you’ve ever trashed a file only to realize later that you need it back, this handy utility is for you. EaseUS Data Recovery for Mac, from EaseUS, is an easy-to-use utility that every Mac owner should have on […]
  • Think Outside the Box in REBUS – Absurd Logic Game

    Sarah Hanlon
    26 Mar 2015 | 11:54 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ***** (5/5) REBUS – Absurd Logic Game iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com REBUS – Absurd Logic Game is an outstanding new puzzle game for iPhone and iPad that will challenge every ounce of logic you possess. Developed by Jutiful, this intriguing new game is a must have for anyone who wants to […]
  • Keep Auto Law Pro with You on the Road

    MarilynChau
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:09 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****~ (4/5) Auto Law Pro iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Auto Law Pro, by Smith Luby Holdings LLC, belongs on your iPhone so it can help make sure you collect all the proper information if you have an car accident or get a traffic ticket. Specifically, this app is designed to […]
  • Your Finger Is Your Weapon in Tap Heroes – Idle RPG Action

    Sarah Hanlon
    25 Mar 2015 | 6:19 am
    Tweet Price: $0.99 Rating: ***** (5/5) Tap Heroes – Idle RPG Action iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com One of the best things about mobile games is that they can be pretty much anything. From retro arcade games to complex multiplayers, anything is truly possible when it comes to iPhone and iPad gaming. Tap Heroes – Idle RPG […]
 
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  • Krenshaw the Pirate Review

    Monica
    27 Mar 2015 | 5:15 pm
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes Thomas Pancoast Price: $0.99 Krenshaw the Pirate is an interactive story about an epic battle that takes place at sea. A battle that tests wit, bravery, valor, and courage. A battle where some must die, some must be sacrificed for the good of the team and one where there is one man left standing. That’s right, it is a chess game between mean old Captain Krenshaw the Pirate and the sly Willy Dewitt! This silly and fun tale begins as Captain Krenshaw and Willy meet around the chess board to…
  • Drew Meets Boo Review

    Nikki
    26 Mar 2015 | 11:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (1 Vote) See the App in iTunes CHARTER ROAD PRODUCTIONS INC Price: $1.99 Drew Meets Boo is a follow-up to the children’s book app, “Drew’s Dancing Drum”.  With Drew Meets Boo, children can continue on an adventure with Drew as he meets a new friend.  I like how this series of book apps aims to provide stories with positive take-away messages for children.  Both Drew book apps educate children on bully awareness.  I want to mention that these books are available in hard cover as well – visit…
  • Funifi DO Review

    Monica
    26 Mar 2015 | 8:18 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (2 Votes) See the app in iTunes Funifi Limited Price: Free Chores and allowance. Ugh! Just thinking about them is enough to make me roll my eyes and throw my hands up in frustration. I don’t know any kid who loves doing their chores. Nor do I know any mom or dad who loves nagging their child to get their chores done and keeping track of what has been done so they can pay allowance for them. Funifi DO takes all of the hassle away, so that you can focus your energy on more pressing things and your kids can focus their energy…
  • Old MacDonald Sing & Play Review

    Nikki
    24 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the App in iTunes ChocChip Price: FREE The Old MacDonald Sing & Play app is a fun 3D animated app for kids.  With Old MacDonald Sing & Play, kids can sing along with Old MacDonald and all his farm animals!  I thought this app would be great for little ones who enjoy music and for those who love animals as well. Old MacDonald Sing & Play is free to download and comes with the pig and its interactive world.  Parents can unlock all the other animals and their environments through one simple $1.99…
  • ABC Word Hunt Review

    Nikki
    23 Mar 2015 | 11:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the App in iTunes Patricia Vucic Price: $0.99 The ABC Word Hunt app is a great app for preschoolers!  With ABC Word Hunt, kids can improve their spelling skills as well as their puzzle skills.  The ABC Word Hunt app is designed for children ages 2 through 6 years old.  I enjoyed this app and thought that it would be a fun way to help your child learn how to spell new words. Kids can learn at their own pace with ABC Word Hunt, the app features 12 different word puzzles to help preschoolers learn their alphabet…
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  • Apple plans virtual online try-ons and personal setup for gold & steel models

    Kate
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:42 am
    Apple will offer customers to virtually try on an Apple Watch or Apple Watch Edition and receive setup support. It is a great option for those, who are unsure as to which model to get or which band combination would look best, especially for those, who are unable to hop on over to the Apple retail store and check out the various combinations. Virtual try-on means the ability for customers to video chat with an Apple Online Store representative who will personally try-on and model Apple Watch collections and band combinations. In addition, Edition buyers will be given an ability to have a…
  • Apple begins releasing third-party Apple Watch apps

    Kate
    27 Mar 2015 | 4:03 am
    Ahead of the Apple Watch’s April 24 launch, there is the first wave of updates to popular iPhone apps that include Apple Watch support. These days, a number of popular iOS apps have been updated with built-in Apple Watch apps, including Evernote, Dark Sky, Things, and Target.  Evernote, for example, has brought a few interesting Apple Watch features to its iPhone and iPad app in the App Store. The app now allows users to dictate notes into their Watch, which are then transcribed and sent to the service. As for Dark Sky, according to the app release notes, it’s been designed…
  • REBUS – Absurd Logic Game

    Kate
    26 Mar 2015 | 3:06 am
    There are so many puzzle apps available in the App Store that developers must make their app unique for it to stand out among the crowd. Jutiful, a team of talented developers, who love mind games, today debuts its new app, called REBUS – Absurd Logic Game, that certainly fits into the category of quite special ones! REBUS – Absurd Logic Game is a charades style trivia app based on the logic of the way the words are arranged. It features an amazing collection of  acute, intuitive, catchy rebuses, that display objects, signs, numbers and letters with connections to each other so…
  • Apple acquires fast database software firm FoundationDB to speed up cloud services

    Kate
    25 Mar 2015 | 3:39 am
    Apple reportedly acquired FoundationDB, a database software company that “develops scalable and fault tolerant databases that support multiple data models.” Apple purchased FoundationDB for an unknown sum, possibly to bolster server technologies attached to iTunes or iCloud. According to the post on the firm’s blog, FoundationDB software can perform ACID-compliant transactions at 14,400,000 random writes per second, or 54 billion writes per hour. «FoundationDB’s attractiveness came in the speed at which it handled ACID-compliant transactions and coupled that with…
  • Taichi Panda

    Kate
    24 Mar 2015 | 3:30 am
    Taichi Panda by Snail Games is a new addition to the list of addictive dungeon crawling games. You will play as a burly warrior, a lithe knife-wielding woman, or a fat drunken panda. Surprisingly, the game may as well ask you to select between playing as a rock, an empty cigarette carton, or a fire-breathing werewolf equipped with a Fender Stratocaster. You can pick from 3 possible playable characters each featuring its own characteristics.   You will face hordes of enemies with a fast-paced combat system. To advance through the levels, you are recommended to mix speed, strength and…
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  • Best Shipment Tracking Apps for iPhone and iPad: Keep a Tab On Your Purchases

    Shashank Shekhar
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:07 am
    Not knowing where your package is and still waiting for it to arrive soon is sort of a situation we’ve all been under. Unlike earlier, we now have a number of efficient equipments, tools and technologies that enable us to keep a tab on our purchases with utmost ease. Shipment tracking apps for iPhone and iPad can bring about amazing convenience into the way we go about checking our online purchases. When talking about tracking shipments, we cannot ignore the built-in package tracking feature in iOS. Yet, for those who want a bit more and think out of the box, here’s the…
  • Simply Declare Redesigned To Be the Best Travel App For iPhone And iPad

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:55 am
    Travelling to incredible foreign countries is always an adventure. People enjoy exploring something they have never experienced before during their travel. They visit renowned monuments, have unforgettable moments, but along the way they have to manage and track their purchases for declarations home. And, not to speak of the much needed task of converting currencies among many other significant things. Simply Declare Travel App for iOS is the app to make managing your declarable purchases a snap with many more features for the world traveller, allowing you the user to enjoy your precious time…
  • Best iPhone 6 Cases From OtterBox to Enclose Your Phone In a Cocoon Of Safety and Style

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:07 am
    Apple iPhone users almost always find it a matter of confusion to choose the right case for their beloved smartphone. Despite the fiercely competitive battle to win over the iPhone 6 users, there are some companies that have ensured the prominence & visibility of their cases by offering exciting variety, quality and value. OtterBox is one such brand that’s certainly well-known in the iPhone universe. They have a strong history of meeting the safeguarding needs of the different iPhone versions while adding to the fascination and beauty of the device. With the arrival of iPhone 6,…
  • iPhone Apps Gone Free – Apps of The Day – 30 March 2015

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    29 Mar 2015 | 10:30 pm
    Know an app which just went free on the App Store? Do let us know by tweeting about it to @iGeeksBlog. If you’re a developer and you’re making your paid app go for free, we’ll be glad to mention about it on our list. (we also do app reviews for apps we think are awesome!) Shoot us a tweet at @iGeeksBlog! Disclaimer: All apps included in this list are free at the time of posting. We’re not responsible for price changes later (as most apps go for free for 24-hours only). The post iPhone Apps Gone Free – Apps of The Day – 30 March 2015 appeared first on .
  • 8 Significant Functions Apple Watch Can Do Without iPhone

    Rajesh Mishra
    28 Mar 2015 | 2:46 am
    Though Apple Watch is just about to ship from next month, there is still plenty of obscurity regarding what Apple Watch can and can’t do without iPhone. As against earlier reports that the Watch would have to heavily rely upon iPhone to carry out many significant functions such as, fitness tracking, Apple has revealed that the Watch can do many things on its own. So what are the things Apple Watch can do on its own? Here are the eight significant functions the Watch is good enough to do by itself. Let’s have a glance at them! What Apple Watch Can Do Without iPhone? #1. Track Your Run…
 
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  • 2015 Best Fantasy Baseball App for iPad and iPhone

    Christopher Meinck
    28 Mar 2015 | 6:25 am
    It’s that time of year again, where the sound of a bat cracking a ball and the smell of freshly cut grass permeates the air. It’s baseball season and that can mean only one thing, it’s time to crunch numbers in anticipation for your fantasy baseball draft. If you are looking to get an edge on your competition, then you are going to need help. When looking at the field of available apps, it’s hard to argue for anything but Rotowire Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit 2015 as the absolute best fantasy baseball app for iPad and iPhone. Read on for how I plan to dominate the draft and how you can…
  • How to delete photos from iPhone and reclaim valuable storage

    Christopher Meinck
    27 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    The iPhone is an incredibly easy device to use, making you want to download apps, movies, books and of course use the camera to take beautiful pictures and videos. Over time, managing storage on your iPhone becomes more important as you start to bump up against storage capacities of your device. It’s one of the main reasons that folks opt for a 64GB or even 128GB iPhone. But with iPhones available from Apple to start with only 16GB of storage, some of which is deducted for the operating system, it’s easy to find yourself in a position where you’ve maxed out your storage and…
  • How the Apple Watch will radically change smart homes

    Christopher Meinck
    26 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    It’s hard not to be excited about the Apple Watch. It’s capabilities go well beyond tracking steps, telling time and the occasional informational glance. When you pack so much technology into a small watch case, it’s reasonable that battery life won’t be more than a typical day. Much of the focus on the functionality of the Apple Watch has been push information, subtle interactions and the occasional call. Features that won’t require a significant amount of battery. It’s certainly going to bring a significant amount of change to how communicate and more…
  • 5 Ways To Use Playlists That Will Rock Your iPhone

    Christopher Meinck
    25 Mar 2015 | 1:34 pm
    Back in the days when we all rocked iPods, its singular use as a music player allowed for users to focus on getting the most from their portable music player. Now that the iPhone has effectively replaced the iPod, managing music can often take a backseat to the infinite functionality of our phones. Music still has tremendous meaning, but it’s easy to find yourself content with loading up music without any filters or extensive thought. That can have several unintended consequences. It can chew up valuable storage space and make it infinitely more difficult to get the absolute best…
  • Details Of Upcoming Next Generation Apple TV Revealed

    Christopher Meinck
    20 Mar 2015 | 12:09 pm
    The next generation Apple TV will get a massive overhaul this summer. According to John Paczkowski, now writing for Buzzfeed News, sources indicate that Apple will utilize their yearly world wide developer conference to introduce the new streaming media player. This comes on the heels of news that Apple was working to finalize a new web-based subscription television service later this year. The new Apple TV will include upgrades to hardware. Customers can expect visual changes and upgrade to the internal components. Among those include the A8 system-on-a-chip and big changes the internal…
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  • Rumored iPhone 6c rear shell leaks

    31 Mar 2015 | 4:00 am
    Rumors are flying that Apple will release another 4 inch device this year. Most people think the 4 inch design will be in keeping with the current iPhone 5c and Apple will launch an iPhone 6c with a plastic shell. Now we are starting to see some leaked photos supposedly of the 6c.If you look at the picture closely you will see an oval shaped flas...
  • Apple TV gets CNN Go and more

    27 Mar 2015 | 6:13 am
    Apple is continuing to add channels to the Apple TV. They recently added channels for TED, Tastemade, and Young Hollywood, and today they have added CNN Go. You still need to have an account to authenticate to before you can watch CNN, so customers of Cox, Dish, DirecTV, ATT U verse, and Verizon FiOS are in luck. Time Warner customers are out in...
  • Two user experience issues Apple should fix now

    25 Mar 2015 | 5:01 am
    I love AirPlay. If you have an iOS device and an Apple TV you probably use AirPlay. You can mirror your device on your television, or you can stream content from your device to your TV. When AirPlay first launched it seemed like a dream. All of a sudden I could get the content from my iPhone on my TV. Apple was so far ahead of the game, but it...
  • Apple refunding MacBook Pro owners

    19 Mar 2015 | 4:22 am
    Apple has FINALLY admitted a problem with some 2011 MacBook Pro's video cards. After many years of user complaints, Apple decided to refund owners of 2011 MacBook Pros who paid for service relating to video issues. The company sent out emails today informing customers of a pending refund. I received my email a few minutes ago. Dear MacBook Pro ...
  • WonderCube looks like a must have smartphone accessory

    18 Mar 2015 | 7:29 am
    I'm always skeptical about crowd funding backed accessories. I have purchased a few winners, but I've also been burned. WonderCube looks like it could be a winner. The WonderCube is a tiny 1 cubic inch accessory that fits on your keychain, but offers 7 different essential functions. The WonderCube can charge your phone, sync files from your comp...
 
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  • Let’s Speak Jailbreak one hundred: A signed Alf image

    24 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Episode one hundred: Reminiscing about Let’s Speak Jailbreak and its historical past over one hundred episodes. A hacker creates a brand new brute drive device. A brand new TinyUmbrella beta. We additionally talk about a number of massive jailbreak tweaks like Multify, Couria, and DockWare. Subscribe via RSS Entry the newest episode of Let’s Speak Jailbreak: Information Options Tweaks Need extra? Comply with your hosts on Twitter: @SebastienPage, @JeffBenjam, and @melvco, Ship a tweet with the hashtag #LetsTalkJailbreak when you’d like your query to be answered on the…
  • Let’s Speak Jailbreak one hundred: A signed Alf image

    24 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Episode one hundred: Reminiscing about Let’s Speak Jailbreak and its historical past over one hundred episodes. A hacker creates a brand new brute pressure software. A brand new TinyUmbrella beta. We additionally talk about a number of massive jailbreak tweaks like Multify, Couria, and DockWare. Subscribe via RSS Entry the newest episode of Let’s Speak Jailbreak: Information Options Tweaks Need extra? Comply with your hosts on Twitter: @SebastienPage, @JeffBenjam, and @melvco, Ship a tweet with the hashtag #LetsTalkJailbreak in the event you’d like your query to…
  • Let’s Speak Jailbreak one hundred: A signed Alf image

    24 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Episode one hundred: Reminiscing about Let’s Speak Jailbreak and its historical past over one hundred episodes. A hacker creates a brand new brute pressure software. A brand new TinyUmbrella beta. We additionally talk about a number of massive jailbreak tweaks like Multify, Couria, and DockWare. Subscribe via RSS Entry the newest episode of Let’s Speak Jailbreak: Information Options Tweaks Need extra? Comply with your hosts on Twitter: @SebastienPage, @JeffBenjam, and @melvco, Ship a tweet with the hashtag #LetsTalkJailbreak when you’d like your query to…
  • Let’s Speak Jailbreak one hundred: A signed Alf image

    24 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Episode one hundred: Reminiscing about Let’s Speak Jailbreak and its historical past over one hundred episodes. A hacker creates a brand new brute pressure device. A brand new TinyUmbrella beta. We additionally talk about a number of huge jailbreak tweaks like Multify, Couria, and DockWare. Subscribe via RSS Entry the newest episode of Let’s Speak Jailbreak: Information Options Tweaks Need extra? Comply with your hosts on Twitter: @SebastienPage, @JeffBenjam, and @melvco, Ship a tweet with the hashtag #LetsTalkJailbreak in the event you’d like your query to…
  • Let’s Speak Jailbreak one hundred: A signed Alf image

    24 Mar 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Episode one hundred: Reminiscing about Let’s Speak Jailbreak and its historical past over one hundred episodes. A hacker creates a brand new brute pressure device. A brand new TinyUmbrella beta. We additionally talk about a number of huge jailbreak tweaks like Multify, Couria, and DockWare. Subscribe via RSS Entry the newest episode of Let’s Speak Jailbreak: Information Options Tweaks Need extra? Comply with your hosts on Twitter: @SebastienPage, @JeffBenjam, and @melvco, Ship a tweet with the hashtag #LetsTalkJailbreak for those who’d like your query to…
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  • Diamond Quest! Cheats: Tips And Tricks (iOS)

    Francesco
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:29 am
    If you’re a fan of match three puzzle games featuring a little bit more of depth than usual, you definitely need to check out Diamond … Read more → The post Diamond Quest! Cheats: Tips And Tricks (iOS) appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • RPG Avadon 2: The Corruption Now Available For A Reduced Price On iOS

    Francesco
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:17 am
    Avadon 2: The Corruption, the classic role playing game published by Spiderweb Software a year ago on the App Store, is now available for a … Read more → The post RPG Avadon 2: The Corruption Now Available For A Reduced Price On iOS appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • NBA Jam iOS Updated For Modern Devices

    Francesco
    30 Mar 2015 | 1:05 am
    NBA Jam, the arcade sports game published by EA now available for purchase on the App Store, has finally received a new update. The new … Read more → The post NBA Jam iOS Updated For Modern Devices appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Horse Haven Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide to Unlock All Horses

    Luciano
    29 Mar 2015 | 11:45 pm
    Ubisoft has just released Horse Haven World Adventures on the App Store, a beautiful time management game that challenges us to raise horses, feed them, … Read more → The post Horse Haven Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide to Unlock All Horses appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Compass Point West Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide

    Luciano
    29 Mar 2015 | 11:27 pm
    It’s been a while since I last played a game that’s as fun as Compass Point West and I am happy I started playing it … Read more → The post Compass Point West Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
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  • La Grande Orange – Perfection in Phoenix

    Life adventurer
    23 Mar 2015 | 7:30 pm
    livemyretirement.com Food is a basic need for human existence. WE MUST EAT FOOD TO SURVIVE, right? There’s food that we eat that keeps us alive (I call this the fuel food – chicken, vegetables, carbs, the basic food pyramid), there’s food that we eat that we shouldn’t (call it Fast Food, call it Bar Food, call it a heartache on a plate), there’s food that’s so amazing tasting/expensive that you could spend 10% of your retirement stiffen on a splurge, and then there is La Grande Orange, which is perfection in Phoenix! This write up is about one of my many…
  • Education in Retirement

    Life adventurer
    19 Mar 2015 | 10:19 am
    livemyretirement.com Entering into retirement, you have a breath of freedom, a sense of “I can do whatever I want”.  Yet after the first few month of retirnt freedom, you may find yourself antsy to keep your mind busy as it once was. You may have been a CEO, a Chef, a Teacher, or a Stay At Home Parent – no matter the role you held in you former life, today you are retired. Thus we must keep our brains motivated to learn and keep the muscle firing! One of my favorite 2 ways to stay educated is in formal reading and also entertainment. Today I’ll be highlighting two…
  • MLB Spring Training

    Life adventurer
    9 Mar 2015 | 10:39 am
    livemyretirement.com It’s Baseball Season! Great for those who loves “America’s pass time” as it’s a great day to spend an afternoon in Spring time! Taking a break from the busy world of traveling, playing golf or learning a new skill – catching up on a MLB Spring Training game is a fantastic pass time! The beauty of being in Phoenix, Arizona is the fact many teams come here to do their Spring Training! Check out these quick tips and tricks to get the most of your MLB Spring Training visit. MLB Spring Training  Where to find your team If you visit…
  • Golfing at We Ko Pa, Arizona

    Life adventurer
    2 Mar 2015 | 7:05 pm
    livemyretirement.com Retirement living isn’t all about finding yourself, traveling, connecting, sometimes it’s about rewarding yourself with the fun you may not have as a youth. This fun is found in a variety of retirement opportunities, one that I found personal favorite enjoyment in is the game of golf – good, bad and otherwise, Golf is my way to reconnect with my joy of the game. Golfing in Phoenix is open to a plethora of courses and challenges. One such course that I have found particularly enjoyable and highly rated is We Ko Pa – rated one of the Best Resort Courses by Golf…
  • Transition Months

    Life adventurer
    3 Feb 2015 | 8:21 pm
    livemyretirement.com As January closed, it’s time for a little reflection on this first month of 2015. It’s been a busy month with travel, struggles with illness and how accurate my 2015 resolutions have held up so far. January in my eye is a transition month, one that I have noticed is a hard month for many. This article is a tribute to the struggles with a transition month and hopefully some learnings into making the rest of 2015 a gradient of positivity! January Has Such Promise Transition Months Like the sun setting, January has come to a close, which lucky for me, means that…
 
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  • Flop Rocket Review

    Patrick Garde
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:32 pm
    Flop Rocket, from developer Butterscotch Shenanigans, is a goofy side-scroller about some astronauts trying to take-off from a space game. Part Jetpack Joyride and part its own crazy formula, Flop Rocket is an incredibly fun and challenging arcade game for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) and Android where players have a distinct – if seemingly impossible, due to free to pay barriers – goal, in lieu of the common endless game mode. From the start, it’s apparent that this game is about space shenanigans, featuring two overzealous and random astronauts as they get pumped for their…
  • Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire Review

    Patrick Garde
    27 Mar 2015 | 12:01 am
    Prepare to become addicted to yet another simple mobile game for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) and Android. Magic Touch: Wizard for Hire fits into the genre of endless survival in a way, and is very unique in many other ways. This arcade game from Nitrome succeeds in its simple but stylish pixelated graphics, enticing gameplay based on beating high scores, and a lack of free-to-play gimmicks that many other free mobile games suffer from. The player takes control of a mighty wizard who is actively defending a castle from invading warriors. Soldiers of varying shape and size drop down from…
  • Age of Thrones Review

    Patrick Garde
    24 Mar 2015 | 6:18 pm
    Age of Thrones is as infuriating as it is fun – and for good reason. This iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch) and Android game from Nexrage Studios is a tactician’s strategic challenge. Based heavily in a medieval fantasy world, it is a sandbox tower defense game where there are practically no bounds on where you place your towers. In Age of Thrones, there seems to be specific allusions to the similarly titled Game of Thrones in world and style. Aside from this, this strategy game has its own unique story and style. There has been an era of constant war and chaos, and a lone hero must put…
  • World Zombination Review

    Patrick Garde
    22 Mar 2015 | 11:37 pm
    World Zombination is a clever twist on both the tower defense and zombie genres. Players can assume the role of both the infected and the survivors, each with their own unique gameplay. World Zombination is an iOS game (iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad) from Proletariat that does a pretty good job at keeping the infected at bay, save for a few weak points. The human team is slightly more tactical, and more closely lines up with the gameplay of a traditional tower defense game. There are squad areas where the player can place a variety of different units to hold off the zombie horde. These units…
  • Hoverdroid 3D : RC Hovercraft Review

    Patrick Garde
    21 Mar 2015 | 9:07 pm
    As a child, many of us had remote controlled toys received for our birthdays. While that seemed fun back then, now, we can do the exact same thing on our phone, with the help of an interesting Android game – Hoverdroid 3D : RC Hovercraft – from MH Production. Simply put, it is a simulation game that’s little in download size yet it packs a ton of fun. You have the opportunity to control a hovercraft in a game world as you try to complete a variety of levels. Not only there are dozens of levels but each one of them has a different challenge. One time, I had to go through all the cones as…
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  • How and Where to Effectively Track Your App Metrics

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    23 Mar 2015 | 7:22 am
    It goes without saying that you need to track certain metrics to know whether your app performance is moving in the right direction. And here are some ideas to organize this process. Below is the list of the metrics you need to track along with the free tools that will help you do it more effectively. Keyword rankings The best free tool for tracking your keyword rankings is AppAnnie. Just sign up, search for your app and go to Keywords / ASO tab. You’ll then see how you rank for a list of keywords and how many apps are competing for this keyword. If you are targeting particular keyword…
  • You Haven’t Heard About These Mobile Gaming Trends

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    9 Mar 2015 | 2:17 am
    Chartboost recently published a very elaborate statists report about mobile game industry. We’ve squeezed out a few very good recommendations for game devs and added an overview of game marketing news. The result is the post below, jam-packed with trends and tips. The most playing countries in 2015 If you don’t know where to begin the expansion of your new game, start from the list of the most playing countries. Source: Chartboost Saudi Arabia does seem like an attractive country, having surged by 7 positions as compared to the previous year. Taking into consideration that this is one of…
  • What Are Some Good Channels to Promote Your Apps?

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    23 Feb 2015 | 3:45 am
    App review websites are not the only place where people may learn about your app. And being featured on the App Store is not the only way to get thousands of users. There are lots of other cool channels to reach your target audience. Reddit Look for relevant subreddits and post the link to your app there. Make sure to write a compelling and intriguing title. Don’t forget to read the rules for particular subreddits and don’t spam. Many subreddits disapprove of shortened links, so avoid using them. In order to find the relevant subreddit, use either a search field or just type…
  • ASO Facts You Probably Don’t Know About

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    9 Feb 2015 | 3:49 am
    Sometimes App Store Optimization doesn’t work the way you planned. You may have read some guide, followed every step. But the visibility of your apps hasn’t increased that much. As App Store doesn’t reveal its search algorithm, the only way to figure it out is to experiment and make conclusions. And that is what we’ve been doing with our apps’ ASO. Here are some observations that you may benefit from. Including a singular form of a keyword doesn’t guarantee the app will rank for the plural of the word You’ve probably heard that it’s enough to include either a singular or a…
  • How to Promote iOS Apps To Chinese Market

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    25 Jan 2015 | 1:04 pm
    Let’s face it. We, app developers, keep looking for easy ways to acquire new users. The strategies that require minimum effort and money and considerably increase our audience. Do these strategies exist? Sure. For example, pushing your apps to the Chinese market. The number of Apple users is growing. Many competitors concentrate on the USA market only. The situation couldn’t be more favorable! Major app brands have been promoting their apps to China for some time. Indie devs are mostly afraid to try, or don’t know how to do that. Our short post has all the information you need to…
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  • Deleting Multiple Apps on iOS Was Never Been So Easy.

    30 Mar 2015 | 4:43 pm
    In spite of being optimized, iOS still miss some features. One of those features is allowing user to delete multiple apps at once.MultiDelete-tweakThis is what Multidelete tweak comes for, you can now check several apps from the springboard of your iPhone to be deleted all at one single touch.Once you install the tweak, you will be asked to enable it from the settings. The deletion process is the same; long tap on an app to get the wiggle mode, than another one to check the apps you would like to get rid of.The purpose of Multidelete tweak is to save users time while deleting a bunch of…
  • TINTAG - iPhone Compatible Tracking Device.

    30 Mar 2015 | 4:38 pm
    You will no longer loose your keys,your wallet or even your dog! With the help of this iPhone compatible tracking device, all of the worries will be left behind.iPhone Compatible Tracking DeviceThe tracker device is so tiny, and has a lot of features that I will try to demonstrate. TINTAG utility has no limits! It depends on your needs. You can stick it on a your dog's necklace tracking, or on your girl's friend handbag for further ( :=D ).Using TINTAG and a dedicated iOS app, you will be able to manage a list of your tracked items, or setup an alarm whenever a…
  • Customize Your iPhone Lockscreen With Great Transitions.

    30 Mar 2015 | 3:20 pm
    Tweaks developers were busy this week cooking us some great stuff. If you are into changes, and would like to customize your iPhone lock screen, make sure not to miss this post.Who doesn't remember Barrel tweak, which allow changing of Slide & Fade effect when moving across the springboard applications? well, this might be a perfect match for a full customization. Transition; is our new tweak submitted recently on cydia, it replaces the familiar lock screen animation and let you choose between 25 different great animations. The new variety of animations combined with a beautiful…
  • Finally Here ! You can Now Download Videos on iOS from Facebook App.

    29 Mar 2015 | 2:35 pm
    From the young developer who made the brute force pass-code tool; Majd Alfhaily he submitted today a new tweak allowing users to download videos from the Official Facebook app! The young developer seems to have a lot of potential. As far as I'm concerned, this is the first tweak available on cydia that hacks the Facebook app and allow video downloading! His tweak is called Prenesi, and it is available for free. Here is how you can use Prenesi to download Facebook videos locally on your iPhone or iPad.I'm going to demonstrate using my iPad running a jailbroken iOS…
  • Best 5 Winterboard Themes For iOS 8.

    29 Mar 2015 | 6:54 am
    Customising the iPhone with elegant themes is one of things that users enjoy doing. We have selected out the Best 5 Winterboard Themes that will give your device a new look and a whole new experience. Best 5 Winterboard ThemesInstalling themes require a jailbroken device, so make sure you jailbreak your device using Taig jailbreak if your iPhone is running iOS 8.x to iOS 8.1.2. The themes we are going to provide you are presented here randomly. On our top list we have choose Ayecon theme. Ayecon is an elegant, complete theme composed of more than…
 
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