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  • The 7th Annual Best App Ever Awards are Now Open for Voting

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    22 May 2015 | 8:40 am
    It's time once again to figure out which mobile apps reign supreme with the 7th Annual Best App Ever Awards. This year's nominees have been hand-picked from, well, everything. All the apps. And now that the hard part is over with, all you have to do is head on over to the official site to cast your vote by July 3. That's a bit over a month away, so you've got plenty of time to vote in all the categories. [Read more]
  • Parkable: Smart Parking Sensors for Your Car

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    Ci
    25 May 2015 | 4:31 am
    So you have trouble parking your car or are worried about damaging it in the process? New cars have smart parking systems that help the driver get the job done faster and in an accident-free fashion. If you have an older car, you may want to give the Parkable system a look. It consists of sensors that you attach to your car and pair with your smartphone to see a visual representation of your car parking with the distance to the obstacles and audio cues.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Parkable: Smart Parking Sensors for Your Car appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Best Free Apps of the Day on May 23. NBA Jam, Gesundheit!, Carmaggeddon, & More

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    App Chronicles
    23 May 2015 | 6:50 pm
    We have a must-have sports game for you today! Grab NBA Jam, one greatest arcade basketball game of all time via promocodes from IGN. Gesundheit! is a highly popular puzzle adventure game. In Carmaggeddon, drive around and smash into whatever and whoever you like. Build and Play 3D lets your kids build, and then play, some awesome virtual toys. Please Note: (...)Read the rest of Best Free Apps of the Day on May 23. NBA Jam, Gesundheit!, Carmaggeddon, & More
  • The new BlueChatBox review – The most innovative messenger app

    What's On Iphone
    Roshan
    27 Apr 2015 | 9:34 am
    We did a review of the BlueChatBox messaging app last year and concluded it as one “that makes sense” because it didn’t have a lot of limitations which we are used to with others. …the things I personally love about BlueChatBox are the Passcode lock, ability to add more than 50 users to groups and compatibility with iPad, which undoubtedly places it superior to WhatsApp. Six months down the road and BlueChatBox has already rolled out a lot of updates – not one, not two but a whole dozen of them mounting to around 30 major feature additions. So we think…
  • Behold Mophie's Mil-Spec Waterproof Battery Case For the iPhone

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    Mario Aguilar
    5 May 2015 | 10:40 am
    Mophie has long made some of the best backup batteries and battery cases you can get. The company’s upgrading its line of Juice Pack cases for the iPhone with a new model that’s waterproof. Not even a toilet can conquer your iPhone now.Read more...
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  • How to Pair Bluetooth Headphones and Listen to Music on Apple Watch

    Lory Gil
    24 May 2015 | 7:02 am
    Apple Watch includes 6.2 GB of storage space for adding content like apps, photos, and music, with up to 2GB of that space dedicated to storing songs. When you add a playlist, you can listen to music on it, even when your iPhone is not in range. While the process is fairly self-explanatory, there are a few steps you don't want to forget in order to play music from Apple Watch to your Bluetooth connected headphones Adding Music to Apple Watch In order to listen to music on Apple Watch without an iPhone in range, you must sync a playlist to it first. Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone and…
  • How to Set Up Apple Pay on Apple Watch

    Lory Gil
    23 May 2015 | 7:02 am
    Apple restricted Apple Pay to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus due to the need for an NFC chip that's not included in older phones, which means Apple Pay has been limited to those with newer iPhones since it debuted in October of 2014. One of the major perks of the Apple Watch is that it enables Apple Pay for some older iPhones because it has the same NFC chip that's in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. If you have an Apple Watch and an iPhone 5, 5c, or 5s, you can now use Apple Pay and the watch to make secure purchases in retail locations. For those of you who haven't had a chance to use Apple Pay, we've…
  • Video Review: The MOS Kick is a Versatile Stand for Your iPhone

    Juli Clover
    22 May 2015 | 1:54 pm
    There are dozens if not hundreds of iPhone stands on the market, but every once in awhile, there's one that sets itself apart with a unique form or a rich set of features. The MOS Kick falls into the latter category, offering a stand, screwdriver, bottle opener and tripod connector in a portable package. Developed by the MOS team that's created several other popular products like the MOS Reach power outlet and the MOS cable organizer, the MOS Kick is made from metal so it can withstand being carried on a backpack or in a pocket. We went hands-on with a prototype (hence the small bit of rust)…
  • Apple Store App for iOS Updated With Touch ID Support, Two-Step Verification

    Juli Clover
    21 May 2015 | 3:38 pm
    Apple today updated its Apple Store app for iOS to version 3.3, adding additional security and convenience features to the app. There's now a "Touch ID" option in the Account section of the app that allows users to enable Touch ID for viewing orders, accessing EasyPay receipts, and making reservations at an Apple Store. Previously, these sections of the app required an Apple ID password to be input whenever they were accessed, but now the app will ask for Touch ID verification in lieu of a password when Touch ID is toggled on. Before the update, Touch ID usage was limited to Apple Pay for…
  • Activité Pop Review: Hands-On With Withings' Simple and Stylish $149 Activity Tracker

    Juli Clover
    21 May 2015 | 1:27 pm
    The Apple Watch is fantastic because it lets you receive notifications, communicate with friends, access apps from your iPhone, and record a wealth of activity-related data, but it's also a device that requires a heavy amount of interaction. It demands that you look at your wrist when you receive a notification, it taps you on the arm when you're not standing up every hour, and it often reminds you about your fitness goals. It needs to be charged every night and it has to be taken off with every shower, so in short, it's not a device you can slap on your wrist and forget about. For that…
 
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  • Poll: has Apple Watch software update made your favorite apps more responsive?

    Christian Zibreg
    25 May 2015 | 9:30 am
    Last week saw the release of Apple’s first software update for the Apple Watch. Among other changes, the flurry of enhancements in Watch OS 1.0.1 include performance improvements related to both Apple’s stock apps and third-party applications you download from the App Store. Unlike stock apps that run directly on the device, third-party ones run as WatchKit extensions on your iPhone and are then streamed off the phone to your wrist. That’s why opening Twitter, Instagram, CalcBot, or any other third-party app for that matter, takes a frustratingly long time to load vs.
  • NSA bulk collection of US phone metadata reportedly ending next Monday

    Christian Zibreg
    25 May 2015 | 9:07 am
    The National Security Agency’s (NSA) bulk phone metadata collection program should come to an end on June 1 at 5pm Eastern time as the Obama administration has reportedly decided not to ask a secret court for a 90-day extension of Section 215 in the Patriot Act, an administration official confirmed to The Guardian on Saturday. The controversial program was established as an effective, secret means of siphoning user data, not just from carriers but also from major technology companies like Apple, AT&T, Google, Verizon, and Microsoft, with or without their willing participation....
  • NBA Jam by EA Sports selected as IGN’s free iOS game of the month

    Christian Zibreg
    25 May 2015 | 7:02 am
    It took a little longer than usual, but IGN’s free iOS game of the month is finally here. Though the promotion is valid only in the US, UK and a few select markets, readers overseas can use an anonymizer service like SmartHide Online Anonymizer to visit IGN’s deals page as if there were accessing it from within the US and redeem the game. Released in the App Store back in February of 2011, NBA Jam by EA Sports has never been free so this is your chance to grab the game and save five bucks right off the bat.... Read the rest of this post here "NBA Jam by EA Sports selected as…
  • How to get notifications on Apple Watch when specific accounts post pictures to Instagram

    Christian Zibreg
    25 May 2015 | 6:08 am
    Instagram’s Apple Watch app is pretty nicely done. From your wrist, you can quickly glance at the latest snaps from the accounts you follow, check out recent comments, see likes, view profiles, like photos, send quick emoji replies and more. Instagram for Apple Watch also lets you receive rich notifications when your favorite accounts post to the service. This useful feature ensures you won’t miss a thing when, say, iDownloadBlog posts new photos to Instagram. Here’s how to set up Instagram for Apple Watch to receive these rich notifications on your wrist about specific…
  • IllLookLater: prevent iPhone screen wake when receiving notifications

    Jeff Benjamin
    24 May 2015 | 9:33 pm
    Do you find that many of your incoming notifications don’t warrant the awakening of the Lock screen on your iPhone? Perhaps you think that waking up your iPhone every time you receive a notification is a waste of precious battery. If you feel that way, then you may want to look into IllLookLater, a recent jailbreak tweak that’s available on Cydia’s BigBoss repo free of charge. IllLookLater makes it so that you can limit the amount of apps that wake the Lock screen when receiving a notification. In other words, it lets you pick and choose the apps that you deem worthy....
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  • MacID Unlocks Your Mac Using Your iPhone or iPad and Your Fingerprint

    Alan Henry
    18 May 2015 | 4:30 am
    OS X/iOS: If you have a relatively recent Mac and an iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch equipped with TouchID, Apple’s fingerprint-reading security feature, MacID lets you turn your mobile device into a key that can unlock your Mac—when you’re nearby and want to use it, of course.Read more...
  • The Chromecast Now Has Support for CBS, Fox, FX, and HGTV

    Whitson Gordon
    16 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    The Chromecast just keeps getting better, with even more TV networks signing on to support its inexpensive, dead-simple living room streaming. Now you can cast shows from the CBS, Fox Now, FX Now, and HGTV Watch apps and web sites.Read more...
  • WifiMapper Helps You Find Free Wi-Fi Anywhere In the World

    Patrick Allan
    14 May 2015 | 4:00 pm
    iOS: The best kind of Wi-Fi is free Wi-Fi , especially if that means using less data and avoiding roaming fees when you travel. The WifiMapper app from OpenSignal makes it easy to find over 2 million free Wi-Fi hotspots around the globe, and its completely free.Read more...
  • Cast YouTube and Netflix to Your Smart TV, No Chromecast Required

    Whitson Gordon
    13 May 2015 | 10:30 am
    The Chromecast is a nifty little device , but if you don’t have one at home, you may still be able to cast YouTube and Netflix to your TV, using the open-source DIAL feature.Read more...
  • Noon Pacific for iPhone Adds Full Playlists, Unlimited Skips, Goes Free

    Alan Henry
    8 May 2015 | 1:00 pm
    iOS: Noon Pacific is one of our favorite little-known music services , and their iOS app just picked up a major update that makes taking their playlists on the go much easier. Unlike before, you can see full tracklists easily, skip as much as you want, switch mixtapes easily, and more—all for free.Read more...
 
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  • I Want This Screen Protector That Magically Gives iPhones a Back Button

    Sean Hollister
    24 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Why doesn’t it have a back button? I ask no one in particular. Why do I have to reach all the way up there to go back where I came from? Soon, there may be an answer for my iPhone frustration—a screen protector with a virtual back button.Read more...
  • Apple Prophet Says New iPhone Is Coming

    Annalee Newitz
    21 May 2015 | 7:36 am
    We are apparently so desperate as a civilization for news of the next iPhone that there are Apple diviners who specialize in predicting when it will come. Now the best of these diviners, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, says he’s convinced the new iPhone is coming in August.Read more...
  • Well This Makes the Apple Watch More Appealing to Steal

    Darren Orf
    14 May 2015 | 9:38 am
    It took Apple seven years to learn one hard lesson: The right security features can deter thieves from stealing your devices. Unfortunately, the lesson hasn’t transferred to Apple’s new wearable.Read more...
  • Behold Mophie's Mil-Spec Waterproof Battery Case For the iPhone

    Mario Aguilar
    5 May 2015 | 10:40 am
    Mophie has long made some of the best backup batteries and battery cases you can get. The company’s upgrading its line of Juice Pack cases for the iPhone with a new model that’s waterproof. Not even a toilet can conquer your iPhone now.Read more...
  • How The New Cold War Is Improving Your Navigation

    Wes Siler on IndefinitelyWild, shared by Alissa Walker to Gizmodo
    29 Apr 2015 | 3:44 pm
    Ever contemplated going to war with America, but been thwarted when the Great Satan switched off your access to its navigation satellites? That’s potentially a real problem for China and Russia, but the real victor in this navigational arms race might be you; it’s improving the quality of location data on your phone and in your car. Read more...
 
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  • What's on your HDTV: 'Ultra Street Fighter IV', 'Halt and Catch Fire'

    Richard Lawler
    25 May 2015 | 11:01 am
    Winter may be coming in Westeros, but it is long gone from our TV viewing schedules. The NBA and NHL conference finals are wrapping up this week, while summer TV shows start to pop up on the schedule. That means reality dreck like The Island, The Bri...
  • Charter is reportedly close to buying Time Warner Cable

    Jon Fingas
    25 May 2015 | 9:24 am
    Charter's interest in buying Time Warner Cable appears to be more than just a passing fancy. Bloomberg sources claim that the cable company is on the cusp of reaching a deal to buy TWC for $195 per share. The finer details of the buyout aren't availa...
  • The Big Picture: NASA images typhoon eye in stunning detail

    Steve Dent
    25 May 2015 | 7:31 am
    NASA's CloudSat has imaged the eye of a category 4 typhoon, a feat the space agency likened to a "golfer hitting a hole in one." Its cloud-penetrating radar has a field of view of just .5 square miles, making it a challenge to zone in on such a tiny,...
  • Amazon finally starts paying proper taxes in European countries

    Matt Brian
    25 May 2015 | 5:29 am
    For many years, Amazon has sent a huge percentage of its European revenues over to Luxembourg. The tiny country levies a much smaller rate of tax than most of the countries in which the retailer operates, allowing it to keep a larger share of sales. ...
  • Google patents creepy smart toys that interact with kids

    Steve Dent
    25 May 2015 | 3:27 am
    Nexus Ruxpin? Google's mad science X division is, er, toying with the idea of smart teddy bears in one of its strangest patents yet. In response to junior's voice or movements, "the anthropomorphic device may aim its gaze at the source of the social ...
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  • What's on your HDTV: 'Ultra Street Fighter IV', 'Halt and Catch Fire'

    Richard Lawler
    25 May 2015 | 11:01 am
    Winter may be coming in Westeros, but it is long gone from our TV viewing schedules. The NBA and NHL conference finals are wrapping up this week, while summer TV shows start to pop up on the schedule. That means reality dreck like The Island, The Bri...
  • Charter is reportedly close to buying Time Warner Cable

    Jon Fingas
    25 May 2015 | 9:24 am
    Charter's interest in buying Time Warner Cable appears to be more than just a passing fancy. Bloomberg sources claim that the cable company is on the cusp of reaching a deal to buy TWC for $195 per share. The finer details of the buyout aren't availa...
  • The Big Picture: NASA images typhoon eye in stunning detail

    Steve Dent
    25 May 2015 | 7:31 am
    NASA's CloudSat has imaged the eye of a category 4 typhoon, a feat the space agency likened to a "golfer hitting a hole in one." Its cloud-penetrating radar has a field of view of just .5 square miles, making it a challenge to zone in on such a tiny,...
  • Amazon finally starts paying proper taxes in European countries

    Matt Brian
    25 May 2015 | 5:29 am
    For many years, Amazon has sent a huge percentage of its European revenues over to Luxembourg. The tiny country levies a much smaller rate of tax than most of the countries in which the retailer operates, allowing it to keep a larger share of sales. ...
  • Google patents creepy smart toys that interact with kids

    Steve Dent
    25 May 2015 | 3:27 am
    Nexus Ruxpin? Google's mad science X division is, er, toying with the idea of smart teddy bears in one of its strangest patents yet. In response to junior's voice or movements, "the anthropomorphic device may aim its gaze at the source of the social ...
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  • News: Daily Deal: PhoneClean iOS Cleaner

    Dennis Lloyd
    25 May 2015 | 6:43 am
    Today in iLounge Deals we’re offering PhoneClean iOS Cleaner for only $9.99 – 74% off the regular price. Designed to help you reclaim space on your iPhone, PhoneClean finds and removes cruft from your iPhone, including hidden temp, cookie and cache files, deleted private SMS, iMessage, MMS, and associated pictures, audios & videos, Internet browsing history, discarded emails and attachments for webmail, and useless app crash logs and system…
  • Tip of the Day: Suspending or removing Apple Pay via iCloud

    Jesse Hollington
    22 May 2015 | 1:52 pm
    Apple takes security pretty seriously, particularly when it comes to Apple Pay, and authentication features like Touch ID and Wrist Detection help to ensure that only you can use your device to make payments. However, if you’ve misplaced your iPhone or Apple Watch, you may not be entirely confident in relying solely on these features to protect your credit cards or bank accounts, so Apple provides several ways to remove your Apple Pay information…
  • Apps: Apple Store, Asphalt 8, Magnetized, PCalc

    Jesse Hollington
    22 May 2015 | 10:54 am
    Apple Store (free) — Apple has been unusually slow to update its own store app for the iPhone to take advantage of some of the newest hardware features, so it’s a pleasant surprise to see Touch ID support finally arrive in the Apple Store app, along with support for Apple’s two-factor authentication for additional security. Touch ID can now be used to quickly access order history, EasyPay receipts, and make reservations, although you’ll…
  • News: Report: iOS 9 will bring new security features, improve legacy device support

    Jesse Hollington
    22 May 2015 | 8:52 am
    A new report by 9to5Mac provides some insight into Apple’s plans for iOS 9, expected to debut at WWDC early next month. As previously reported, iOS 9 will focus primarily on stability and optimization, however this new information reveals some new details about some of the features and improvements Apple is working on, particularly in the areas of security and legacy device support. A new security feature, dubbed “Rootless,” is expected…
  • Review: Apple iPhone Lightning Dock

    Phil Dzikiy
    22 May 2015 | 7:54 am
    Apple's new iPhone Lightning Dock ($39) is the company's first since 2013's iPhone 5s Dock and iPhone 5c Dock. As one would expect, this new dock is compatible with the company's newest iPhones, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. While the previous two docks placed the Lightning connector in a recessed slot, the Lightning connector here is extended, allowing for greater case — and device — compatibility. Also included on the back of the dock is an audio-out port — the port uses the phone's headphone volume controls for connected headphones or speakers. The dock doesn't come with a Lightning…
 
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  • Lara Croft: Relic Run is now available for the iPhone and iPad

    Jared DiPane
    25 May 2015 | 10:10 am
    Lara Croft: Relic Run is now available for both the iPhone and iPad, just a month after it was first shown off. Back in April we first caught wind that Lara Croft: Relic Run would be making its way to the iPhone and iPad at some point this year, but it was unknown exactly when. Well the wait is over, and the game is now available for your downloading and playing pleasure. Some of the gameplay features include: Make your way through multiple ancient locations - each filled with secrets and danger Power up Lara's weapons and engage in frantic combat Use Parkour moves to create death-defying…
  • How to change display settings on your Mac

    Peter Cohen
    25 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    If you'd like to make images and text easier to read, or if you'd like to have even more desktop space, the Mac makes it easy to adjust. With just a few clicks in System Preferences, you can go through all the resolutions supported on your Mac. If you're using a Retina display, you can switch from "Default for display" to "scaled" and either make things big or make use of all the pixels at your disposal. That can help with legibility or just help you cram even more windows onto your Mac. The procedure is different depending on what sort of screen you have connected to your Mac: built-in or…
  • How to manage emails with your Apple Watch

    Serenity Caldwell
    25 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Your Apple Watch can't send emails, but it can make dealing with them a whole lot easier. Everyone has a different system for sorting emails, whether it's Inbox Zero, and trying to delete everything of unimportance, or flagging and marking emails you need to respond to as unread. Your Apple Watch can't reply to incoming emails from the Mail app, but it can make sure that they're easier to deal with when you return to your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. How to manage your emails with Apple Watch from Notification Center Open Notification Center by swiping down from the clock face. Tap on the…
  • Incipio Feather Cases for iPhone 6 are only $14.95 today

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    25 May 2015 | 6:15 am
    Lightweight and durable, the Feather Case for iPhone 6 is engineered to provide inconspicuous protection. The snap-on application of this hard case allows for quick installation when needed and its soft touch finish provides a comfortable grip in the hand. Choose your favorite color today and save 40%
  • Best Thunderbolt 2 docks for the Mac

    Peter Cohen
    25 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    If you have a lot of peripherals to connect to your Mac, and you want high-performance, you should consider a Thunderbolt 2 dock. Using a Thunderbolt 2 dock has practical benefits. For one thing, it simplifies the connection to your Mac down to a single cable. For another, it makes attaching a wide array of devices to your Mac quick and easy. And with twice the bandwidth of the original Thunderbolt, Thunderbolt 2 is an even faster way to connect. If that sounds like what you need, here's a roundup of our favorites for you to check out. Note: These are all standalone docks, as opposed to…
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  • Gem Fish Review – A unique take on old classics

    Roshan
    19 May 2015 | 4:22 am
    Gem Fish spawns from ideas of multiple popular classic genres of games like the pinball, araknoid and labyrinth. But what we have in the end is a game which is unique and refreshing. Gem Fish starts with an underwater scene where you spring load and shoot a marble ball into the waters. Tilt your iPhone to control the ball and make sure you end up inside the friendly barrel, at the end of your ride. Land elsewhere to lose a ball while, bounce off fish and other sea creatures to collect coloured shells. The aim of each level is obviously to collect the destined number of shells without losing…
  • Sideclick remote adapter for Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire remotes

    Antony
    14 May 2015 | 11:51 am
    Media streaming devices like the Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV all come with remotes, but those remotes cannot control your TV, meaning you always at least need a second remote for that purpose alone. However, the need to always have second or third remote is taken care of by Sideclick, the new, innovative universal remote attachment that quickly and easily snaps onto your set-top box remote control. Brett Epstein, the inventor/designer, says that with Sideclick you can now power up, control channels, volume, and input/source with one cohesive unit. Epstein deigned 4 models of Sideclick,…
  • Dwellable Vacation Rentals Review – Find the perfect place to stay

    Roshan
    13 May 2015 | 2:11 am
    Well, the name of the app itself should give you some idea as to what it does. To make it clear, Dwellable Vacation Rentals app helps you rent places to stay for a few days, when you are on a vacation, a business meeting or while visiting someone away. A quick glance through their website reads: Dwellable is a traveler-first vacation rental marketplace. We’re the #1 rated vacation rental app for mobile devices and the fastest growing vacation rental website. The first thing you’re going to notice with the Dwellable app is the popping interface. The soothing short video clips lead…
  • 10 best Apple Watch accessories

    Antony
    4 May 2015 | 4:25 pm
    If you have decided to get yourself a new Apple Watch then you’d better get an accessory to go with it. As it is with the iPad and iPhone, a glut of startups and enterprising manufacturers have entered the market providing a variety of extras for the Apple Watch. Some of them are great while some are useless and for this matter we have rounded up some of the must have Apple Watch accessories. Also read: Best third-party Apple Watch straps you can buy right now Spigen Apple Watch Case [Ultra-Thin] It is obvious that a screen protector can only protect your watch’s screen to a certain…
  • The new BlueChatBox review – The most innovative messenger app

    Roshan
    27 Apr 2015 | 9:34 am
    We did a review of the BlueChatBox messaging app last year and concluded it as one “that makes sense” because it didn’t have a lot of limitations which we are used to with others. …the things I personally love about BlueChatBox are the Passcode lock, ability to add more than 50 users to groups and compatibility with iPad, which undoubtedly places it superior to WhatsApp. Six months down the road and BlueChatBox has already rolled out a lot of updates – not one, not two but a whole dozen of them mounting to around 30 major feature additions. So we think…
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  • Game Replay: NES museum exhibit, Desura payment issues

    24 May 2015 | 9:05 pm
    Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly post where MacNN and Electronista writes about some of the major stores in the wider world of gaming that developed over the last few days. In today's edition, the NES becomes a museum exhibit, hitboxes in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive get some attention, and Desura payment issues...
  • Amazon courts Etsy vendors for new Handmade marketplace

    24 May 2015 | 9:02 pm
    Over the course of several days, a number of entrepreneurs who sell on Etsy.com received an email from Amazon.com. The email contains an invitation to take a survey in preparation for a new marketplace the Internet retail giant is working on called "Handmade."...
  • BlackBerry continues restructuring, new layoffs imminent

    24 May 2015 | 6:11 pm
    Earlier this month BlackBerry CEO, John Chen, stated he believed the company was on track to be profitable again. At the time, Chen stated that design was key in the company's efforts to continue selling handsets while capitalizing on the fact that services were the primary source of income. Possibly contrary to Chen's remarks, BlackBerry has announced plans to cut employees from the device side, primarily from the smartphone software and application development area....
  • Hands On: PhotoScissors 2.0 (OS X)

    24 May 2015 | 10:52 am
    Erase. Ex. Spouse. Partner. Lover. Delete. There you go: just popping all the terms you'd put into Google if you were looking for software like this. However, it's not solely for removing your heartbreak, PhotoScissors 2.0 is actually excellent when you're making images for use on websites because it lets you quickly remove unwanted backgrounds and emotional baggage....
  • Daily Deals: Long Weekend Edition

    23 May 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Hello and welcome to an unusual edition of Daily Deals. Typically, the staff of MacNN and Electronista do not provide a deals post on a Saturday or Sunday, but since retailers are offering sales over this three-day weekend, we're making an exception. As well as a recap of the still-active deals from earlier this week, we'll be adding new deals to the list throughout the weekend, so you can make the most of your money....
 
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  • TripMode review: Tethered Mac? Your wallet will love this data monitoring app

    25 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    Ever since it was possible to tether a computer to a cell modem, it's also been possible to blow through one's monthly or service-plan limit and either run out of mobile data, be throttled to a trickle, or face expensive overage fees. TripMode is the first easy-to-use OS X utility to help with that problem. It could do more, but for $8 (or $5 in its current sale), it does plenty. TripMode lists any app or service that tries to access the network, and lets you enable them; they're all disabled, or blacklisted, by default. This is a list of typical apps.To read this article in full or to leave…
  • How to take a screenshot on Apple Watch

    25 May 2015 | 3:30 am
    Screenshots from Apple Watch are only 272 pixels wide. Taking a screenshot on Apple Watch is easy. Finding the screenshot is the hard bit. Here’s how to take and find your Apple Watch screenshot.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • Thunderbolt 2 docks roundup: The easy way to connect to your Mac laptop

    25 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    The major change since I last did a roundup of Thunderbolt docks is that the latest docks use Thunderbolt 2, which makes them aligned with Apple’s Thunderbolt 2 implementation in its MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.The market has also grown a little, with a few more offerings to consider. But essentially, the basic functionality of the docks is the same as before: You plug in your display, hard drives, printer, ethernet, headphones, USB devices, and whatever else into the dock, then you connect the dock to your laptop via a single Thunderbolt 2 connection. When you want to take your laptop, you…
  • The Week in iPhone Cases: Puppy, koala, or fox? Check out Case-Mate’s cute animal-shaped cases

    23 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    Puppy, koala, or fox? Check out Case-Mate’s cute animal-shaped casesThis week’s roundup of new iPhone cases brings you wallet-style cases from Truffol and SwitchEasy, retro game-inspired alternatives from PureGear, and classic options from Krown Case and Patchworks.Case-MateSqueee! The Creature (iPhone 6; $30) is no ordinary case, sporting adorable animal designs with a matching charm.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • Of babies and bath water: Apple Car DOA

    23 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    Don't get your imaginary hopes up for an imaginary Apple car, because its success is virtually unimaginable because of the imagined failure of another imaginary Apple device. Yes, it's just another walk in the park of Apple rumors, featuring a trip over the tied shoelaces of imagination and a fall into the koi pond of absurdity.Writing for the Boy Genius Report, Yoni Heisler is here to tell us "What Apple’s failed HDTV plans tell us about an Apple Car." (Tip o' the antlers to @JonyIveParody.)Oh, sure, that whaaaaaat?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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  • Magical Screen Protector Gives iPhone a Virtual Back Button [Kickstarter]

    Usman
    25 May 2015 | 10:51 am
    A new Kickstarter project titled ‘Halo Back’ claims to be the first smart iPhone screen protector in the world, that promises to help you handle your device with a single hand by adding a virtual back button to the iPhone (via Gizmodo). The Halo Back is basically a glass screen protector with a separate capacitive channel that links the bottom of the glass to the top. So when you tap the invisible button in the bottom-left corner of the screen protector, it translates that touch to the top-left corner instead. Additionally, it also serves as a durable glass screen protector. For Halo…
  • Designer Imagines Apple ‘iPhaser’ and ‘iCorder’ for Star Trek [CONCEPTS]

    Usman
    25 May 2015 | 10:20 am
    Martin Hajek has recently shared a couple of new design concepts titled ‘iPhaser’ and ‘iCorder’ for a future Star Trek movie, inspired by Apple. With Apple design chief Jony Ive inspiring light sabre design in the upcoming Star Wars movie, Hajek imagines what would happen if the same happened for Star Trek, since the latter has been similarly directed by J.J. Abrams. So keeping that in mind, Hajek has imagined what if Ive gave tips on some Star Trek props as well. Transforming the Star Trek:TNG Tricorder into an iCorder, the device comes with features like isolinear chips,…
  • What It’s Like Switching to WIND Mobile from the ‘Big 3′

    Gary Ng
    25 May 2015 | 10:08 am
    We keep hearing of the wireless ‘double cohort’ lately, referring to those with expiring two year contracts and those still in three year contracts but soon able to walk away for free thanks to the CRTC Wireless Code as of June 3, 2015. Once these ‘free agents’ pop up, surely many will consider switching to a newer wireless entrant such as WIND Mobile, as their prices are cheaper than Rogers, TELUS and Bell. But that comes at a cost, as journalist Peter Nowak details in his nearly 3,000 word essay on switching to WIND with his unlocked iPhone: There’s no doubt Wind Mobile’s…
  • Facebook Launches AMBER Alert System in Canada for Newsfeeds

    Gary Ng
    25 May 2015 | 9:25 am
    Facebook has announced this morning it has launched an AMBER Alert delivery system, in conjunction with police departments nationwide, to send alerts to the social network in the critical hours after a child has been abducted. Here’s how it works: Once a police organization has confirmed that a case qualifies for an AMBER Alert, it is issued by the AMBER Alert coordinator for that province, sent directly to Facebook and then distributed with any available information, including a photograph of the missing child, the name and description of the child, the suspected abductor and/or…
  • ‘iPhone 6s’ Rumoured to Feature Sony’s 12MP Camera with RGBW Technology

    István Fekete
    25 May 2015 | 8:30 am
    Following reports of an improved camera targeted for the upcoming iPhone 6s, a fresh report from Japan claims that Apple will use a 12 megapixel rear camera with Sony’s RGBW technology (via GforGames). While the 12 MP sensor rumour is not new – it has been around since Apple fans were expecting the launch of the iPhone 5s – this year the buzz seems to be higher than usual around it. What differentiates this rumour from others, is that sources claim Apple will use Sony’s RGBW technology this time. Actually, Sony announced its unique RGBW Coding function incorporated into two…
 
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  • Quincy for Mac OS Released

    Jerad Hill
    22 May 2015 | 3:30 pm
    New York based RoGame Software announces the release of Quincy for Mac OS, a most unique music composition tool. Quincy's modular approach to interpretation of cellular automata renders Life worlds in styles ranging from Balinese Gamelan music to that of Stockhausen. Auto-generated interactive music that sounds authentic and goes far beyond the mere triggering of note events or squeaky sine waves. Compositions in Quincy are visually and musically spellbinding and wonderfully strange.
  • YouCam Makeup

    James Horton
    22 May 2015 | 1:18 pm
    YouCam Makeup is the smart cosmetic kit in your purse. Designed for the modern woman, the YouCam Makeup app lets you create makeup and hairstyles to match your unique lifestyle. Launching the Makeup Cam will open the camera to the front facing camera, allowing you to capture a selfie to use and stylize. What’s really […]
  • Canon 70D Tips and Tricks Roundup

    Ben Steward
    22 May 2015 | 8:28 am
    A lot can be said for the powerful and versatile Canon 70D DLSR camera…and we’ve said it! State of Tech has created a series of articles on how to make the most of the Canon 70D. Check them out: How to Set White Balance on How to Set a Custom White Balance How to Use […]
  • Magzter’s Memorial Day Sale – Up to 75% Off on digital magazines

    Jerad Hill
    22 May 2015 | 7:20 am
    In honor of Memorial Day, the world's largest and fastest growing global digital multi-platform magazine newsstand and bookstore, Magzter is offering up to 75% off on the best-selling magazines like Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Esquire, Marie Clarie, Forbes, Maxim, Fast Company, Inc., Black Enterprise and many more. Magzter's ever-growing users in the US can take advantage of this exclusive discount to buy their favorite magazines at unbelievable prices.
  • Zig Zag Race 1.0 – A super fun car race in space

    Jerad Hill
    22 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    Paralagames Studios today introduces Zig Zag Race 1.0 for iOS, a new game on the new genre "Impossible." Simple yet extremely fun to play, this is a super fun car race in space! Drive on the wild side, but don't drive your car off the floating track. This fun race game will have you zigging and zagging your race car over a treacherous course on a floating race track course high above the ground. Cool modern-retro stylized graphics and awesome racing action will have you racing to victory.
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  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    21 May 2015 | 10:21 pm
    It was the end of the era this week with David Letterman going off of the air.  I remember Letterman using an iPad for a Top Ten list when the iPad first debuted, but until this week I did not know the back story.  It turns out that Andy Ihnatko, a Boston-based technology columnist for Chicago Sun-Times, had a pre-release iPad for review from Apple, and he let Letterman use it — and lick it — on the program.  His story was published this week in the Sun-Times, and it is worth reading for anyone who enjoyed watching Letterman over the years.  The article also includes a video clip of…
  • When was your Apple Watch born?

    Jeff Richardson
    19 May 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Yesterday, Apple released the first update — I'm sure the first of many updates — for the Apple Watch, updating the software from Watch OS 1.0 to Watch OS 1.0.1.  That is only a minor number change, which seems appropriate because this is only a minor update.  No new features are added, and instead Apple improved the performance of Siri and several activity monitor functions such as measuring stand activity and calculations during workouts, along with some other minor improvements.  If you open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone (which is what you use to update the watch) you can…
  • Review: Photos Video Field Guide by David Sparks -- learn to use Apple's Photos on the Mac, iPad and iPhone

    Jeff Richardson
    18 May 2015 | 10:05 pm
    In September of 2014, when Apple released iOS 8 for iPhone and iPad, Apple began an overhaul of the way that its products manage photographs.  On April 8, 2015, Apple completed that transition by releasing an update to the Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, which introduced the new Photos program, a replacement for iPhoto.  You can still use iPhoto for now, but Apple doesn't plan to update it anymore, so its days are numbered.  Photos, on the other hand, is not only the supported program, but is also a much better program with great new features, such as being much faster to…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    14 May 2015 | 10:48 pm
    I only ran across a few articles this week that struck me as good candidates for In the news, so here is today's shorter-than-normal list of articles that you should consider reading and other items that you should be aware of: New York attorney Nicole Black discusses her first week using an Apple Watch in an article for The Daily Record.  Niki and I had the opportunity to talk on the phone about the Apple Watch earlier this week, and she made the good point that the Apple Watch can be even more useful for female attorneys than for male attorneys.  While men often store an iPhone in an…
  • Fixing the Digital Crown on an Apple Watch using warm water

    Jeff Richardson
    13 May 2015 | 10:05 pm
    While my wife attended an event last night, my kids decided that the rest of us should go out to eat TexMex.  The three of us had a fun evening, but at one point when my daughter was dipping a chip in salsa, she managed to spill a little salsa on my Apple Watch.  It wasn't much, and I just wiped it off with my napkin and didn't think much about it at the time.  But last night as I was using the watch on a treadmill, I noticed that the Digital Crown (the tiny dial that you can turn on the side of the watch) wasn't spinning correctly; it felt like it was getting stuck.  And…
 
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  • Happy Memorial Day!

    Eli Hodapp
    25 May 2015 | 8:12 am
    Hey guys, it's Memorial Day in the USA today. Being a national holiday and all, we're taking the day off to do... Well, the things you do on Memorial Day! If you're also celebrating the holiday, we hope you have a great one. If you're one of our many non-US readers, we'll be back to our regularly scheduled programming tomorrow morning. In the meantime, be sure to check out our Game of the Week, Sword of Xolan [$0.99] or if you're looking for something a bit more casual be sure to download NimbleBit's Capitals [$0.99]. Both should keep you busy most of the day.
  • Update Mondays: 'Star Wars Rebels', 'Candy Crush Soda Saga', 'Asphalt 8', 'Junk Jack X', And More

    Shaun Musgrave
    25 May 2015 | 8:03 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. Wow, this is quite the list of updates this week, my friends. I'm almost overwhelmed at the breadth of games that got some kind of content update or fix, and I'm not even including the ones that have minor patch notes. 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…
  • The TouchArcade Show - 206 - Growing Pains Fan Club

    Eli Hodapp
    22 May 2015 | 5:16 pm
    This week's episode of The TouchArcade Show is loaded with discussions of the various games of the week and Mike's odd depth of knowledge when it comes to anything to do with Growing Pains. It's really creepy, in a way that's actually creepy and not just in one of those "Oh I'm just joking around" kind of ways. It's a good time, I promise, you might even learn something... About Growing Pains. Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji.
  • TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Sword Of Xolan'

    Jared Nelson
    22 May 2015 | 4:57 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 - 5/22/15 - 'Capitals', 'Ire: Blood Memory', and 'Digit & Dash'

    Eli Hodapp
    22 May 2015 | 4:34 pm
    Some great games this week are included in this post that everyone really needs to have. NimbleBit is up to their old tricks of releasing really awesome games, particularly if you like getting beat by your friends in word games. Similarly, a free to play game actually succeeded in being a good hardcore game, meanwhile, console developer Insomniac has made a great transition to mobile with their latest release. Definitely give these all a look. Capitals - Free Word Battle, Free [Review] - Capitals [Free] from NimbleBit is their take on a long-running genre: the turn-based multiplayer word…
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  • The Electric Knife Orchestra by Neil Mendoza

    Filip Visnjic
    21 May 2015 | 2:12 pm
    Created by Neil Mendoza, The Electric Knife Orchestra consists of sixteen knives and one meat cleaver (all purchased from the $0.99 store) that have been brought to life to perform the Bee Gee’s hit Stayin’ Alive.
  • Drone Aviaries & Field Guides – A Conversation with Superflux

    Greg J. Smith
    20 May 2015 | 5:57 am
    Superflux are a design and foresight consultancy and bespoke R&D lab based in London. Founded by Anab Jain and Jon Arden in 2009, the studio produces prototypes, research, and films that are simultaneously savvy, prescient, and playful—and now they can add ‘magazine publisher’ to that list of outputs. A few weeks ago the studio announced the first edition of Superflux, a Warren Ellis-edited periodical that would mutate in medium from issue-to-issue and archive and disseminate their research and aesthetic. The first issue is a handsome A1 poster expanding on their recent work with…
  • Deserve – Interactive visual experiment for Bruzed by Nick Hardeman

    Filip Visnjic
    19 May 2015 | 1:57 pm
    Created by Nick Hardeman for the music track by Bruzed, Deserve is an interactive visual experiment that comes as a stand alone OSX app.
  • Rasper, Mutor and Rippler – Mechatronic sound-sculptures by Mo H. Zareei

    Filip Visnjic
    18 May 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Created by Mo H. Zareei, Rasper, Mutor and Rippler are a series of mechatronic sound-sculptures inspired by Brutalist architecture. The instruments are grouped into three different categories, based on the material and sound production mechanism they employ.
  • Modulo: A simple, modular solution for building electronics

    Filip Visnjic
    18 May 2015 | 2:16 am
    Modulo is a set of tiny modular circuit boards that takes the hassle out of building electronics. Now you can create custom electronics for your project without having to design and assemble circuits from scratch! Modulo’s power and flexibility comes from its interchangeable smart modules. Each Modulo has its own little processor to handle its […]
 
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  • Gem Fish Review – A unique take on old classics

    Roshan
    19 May 2015 | 4:22 am
    Gem Fish spawns from ideas of multiple popular classic genres of games like the pinball, araknoid and labyrinth. But what we have in the end is a game which is unique and refreshing. Gem Fish starts with an underwater scene where you spring load and shoot a marble ball into the waters. Tilt your iPhone to control the ball and make sure you end up inside the friendly barrel, at the end of your ride. Land elsewhere to lose a ball while, bounce off fish and other sea creatures to collect coloured shells. The aim of each level is obviously to collect the destined number of shells without losing…
  • Sideclick remote adapter for Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire remotes

    Antony
    14 May 2015 | 11:51 am
    Media streaming devices like the Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV all come with remotes, but those remotes cannot control your TV, meaning you always at least need a second remote for that purpose alone. However, the need to always have second or third remote is taken care of by Sideclick, the new, innovative universal remote attachment that quickly and easily snaps onto your set-top box remote control. Brett Epstein, the inventor/designer, says that with Sideclick you can now power up, control channels, volume, and input/source with one cohesive unit. Epstein deigned 4 models of Sideclick,…
  • Dwellable Vacation Rentals Review – Find the perfect place to stay

    Roshan
    13 May 2015 | 2:11 am
    Well, the name of the app itself should give you some idea as to what it does. To make it clear, Dwellable Vacation Rentals app helps you rent places to stay for a few days, when you are on a vacation, a business meeting or while visiting someone away. A quick glance through their website reads: Dwellable is a traveler-first vacation rental marketplace. We’re the #1 rated vacation rental app for mobile devices and the fastest growing vacation rental website. The first thing you’re going to notice with the Dwellable app is the popping interface. The soothing short video clips lead…
  • 10 best Apple Watch accessories

    Antony
    4 May 2015 | 4:25 pm
    If you have decided to get yourself a new Apple Watch then you’d better get an accessory to go with it. As it is with the iPad and iPhone, a glut of startups and enterprising manufacturers have entered the market providing a variety of extras for the Apple Watch. Some of them are great while some are useless and for this matter we have rounded up some of the must have Apple Watch accessories. Also read: Best third-party Apple Watch straps you can buy right now Spigen Apple Watch Case [Ultra-Thin] It is obvious that a screen protector can only protect your watch’s screen to a certain…
  • The new BlueChatBox review – The most innovative messenger app

    Roshan
    27 Apr 2015 | 9:34 am
    We did a review of the BlueChatBox messaging app last year and concluded it as one “that makes sense” because it didn’t have a lot of limitations which we are used to with others. …the things I personally love about BlueChatBox are the Passcode lock, ability to add more than 50 users to groups and compatibility with iPad, which undoubtedly places it superior to WhatsApp. Six months down the road and BlueChatBox has already rolled out a lot of updates – not one, not two but a whole dozen of them mounting to around 30 major feature additions. So we think…
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  • iPhone 6S tech specs expected to include major enhancements

    Ravin
    12 May 2015 | 8:26 am
    Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6S is expected to include major under the hood enhancements according to a new note issued to investors by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. In his note Kuo outlines 11 predictions relating to the next iPhone 6S. The next-gen iPhone will retain 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch screen sizes with no flagship model being offered in 4 inch screen size. While the new bigger screen sizes have clearly been a grand success for Apple there is certainly still a large customer base who prefer 4 inch screen size for their smartphones. It is highly likely that the company…
  • Apple’s “iPad Pro” touch panel to include silver nanowire material

    Ravin
    11 May 2015 | 11:36 am
    If you’ve been following the rumour mill closely, you’ll know what “iPad Pro” is all about. Many reports and leaks strongly suggest that Apple is working on a larger version of the iPad dubbed as the “iPad Pro” which will feature 12.9 inch display and ship with a stylus. According to a new report, published by Korea IT News, Apple has requested for silver nanowire material from its display suppliers like Samsung Display and LG Display among others. The new material being investigated for use in the larger iPad is expected to enable Apple to make a thinner…
  • Must Watch: iPhone 7 concept video

    Ravin
    10 May 2015 | 11:19 am
    There’s no doubt about the fact that Apple’s secretive design team is already testing the iPhone 7 and possibly even the iPhone 7S in their labs. Author of Steve Jobs’ biography Walter Isaacson once interviewed Jonathan Ive, who took him for tour of his design lab and told him that it holds “the future for the next three years.” While we many not get access to Ive’s design lab anytime soon however, we can surely watch an iPhone 7 concept video, created by designer Martin Hajek. The concept video of the future iPhone 7 can be seen featuring…
  • Ericsson expands its patent lawsuit against Apple Inc. to Europe

    Ravin
    9 May 2015 | 6:55 am
    Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has been sued by Ericsson for refusing to pay royalties for use its intellectual property. Ericsson claims that Apple Inc. has infringed on the company’s intellectual property relating to “fundamental technologies”, that enable mobile devices to communicate, by not paying royalties. Apple Inc. is no alien to lawsuits and counter lawsuits. The most talked about lawsuit the company has been involved in is against Samsung. Time and again we hear that companies sue Apple for alleged infringement in the U.S.. However, this time Ericsson has beefed…
  • Thred for iPhone is like Instagram with stickers and more

    Ravin
    7 May 2015 | 11:49 am
    Having access to a camera in your pocket all the time obviously results in taking lots of selfies and capturing small and big events happening around you. The success of photo sharing apps like Instagram and Snapchat have proved that people are willing to adopt new social networks even if the primary feature is as simple as photo sharing.  Thred for iPhone aims to provide another platform for people to share moments or rather “threds” with the world. Thred for iPhone extends its features beyond the world of filters, hashtags, likes and comments. The app allows you to customise…
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  • Lastronaut Updates With New Progression System

    Nadia Oxford
    22 May 2015 | 7:24 pm
    Critically-acclaimed endless running game Lastronaut received its 1.1.1 update recently. The little astro dude is now capable of earning experience and the perks that come with said experience. There are smaller cosmetic updates, too. • New progression system – Gain XP and level up your character to unlock awesome perks! • New character suits are available to take on the robot army in style! • Option added to turn off the music/sound effects • Option added to disable slow-motion effect • Tons of bug fixes, proper currency label for suitsMore about Lastronaut »The post…
  • Namco and Hipster Whale Team Up to Make Pac-Man 256

    Nadia Oxford
    22 May 2015 | 7:20 pm
    Steel yourself for a new mobile Pac-Man game this summer. Pac-Man 256, which is being put together by Bandai Namco and Crossy Road makers Hipster Whale, is based around the glitchy “kill screen” that would pop up in the classic Pac-Man arcade game if you managed to reach level 256. Can Pac-Man beat his most sinister enemy yet: Garbled junk text?The post Namco and Hipster Whale Team Up to Make Pac-Man 256 is from Slide To Play via Gamezebo.
  • Pac-Man On Sale for $4.99

    Nadia Oxford
    22 May 2015 | 6:27 pm
    Happy 35th birthday, Pac-Man! To celebrate the big yellow arcade star’s long life, Bandai Namco has dropped the price of Pac-Man to $4.99 USD, down from $6.99 USD. Wakka this way.More about PAC-MAN »The post Pac-Man On Sale for $4.99 is from Slide To Play.
  • Angry Birds Transformers Updates With New Missions

    Nadia Oxford
    22 May 2015 | 12:13 pm
    Autobots! Transform and you-know-what! The latest update to Angry Birds Transformers adds a host of new missions. *** INCOMING TRANSMISSION FROM TELETRAAN 1 *** /Interdimensional MISSION PORTALS – send bots on missions to earn rewards. /ARCEE and AIRACHNID trapped in interdimensional vortex – win missions to bring them home. /VALUABLE MATERIALS detected – collect to upgrade bots. /IMPORTANT TWEAKS and FIXES achieved. /Humble message of GRATITUDE FOR YOUR PATIENCE and continued support. ——— TRANSMISSION TERMINATED ———More about Angry Birds Transformers…
  • FarmVille 2 Updates With Bride Event

    Nadia Oxford
    22 May 2015 | 12:04 pm
    Spring is the season for love, a point FarmVille 2’s latest update is capitalizing on. The recent 3.1.218 introduces a wedding, and all sorts of related activities. HERE COMES THE BRIDE EVENT: Johnny and Heidi are getting married and YOU are invited! Help the happy couple celebrate by crafting to collect wedding wish list items for their rustic country wedding and win a special Wedding Favor Gift Package that contains SIXTEEN rewards!More about FarmVille 2: Country Escape »The post FarmVille 2 Updates With Bride Event is from Slide To Play.
 
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  • 4 RSS Feed Readers for Apple Watch

    Cyrus
    24 May 2015 | 6:17 am
    The Apple Watch is already one of the best smartwaches on the market. Many folks are using it to track their health and keep up with their notifications. Did you know that you could use your Apple Watch to keep up with your RSS feeds? These 4 RSS feed apps for Apple Watch help with that: Feedly: one of the best RSS readers around is now available on your Apple Watch. You will be able to get quick updates on your watch about your favorite feeds. Feed Wrangler: you will be able to use this app to see the latest headlines on your Apple Watch. You can browse articles and even read them right from…
  • Fit Men Cook for iPhone & Apple Watch

    Cyrus
    23 May 2015 | 4:49 am
    Many folks assume that if they exercise hard enough, they will be able to lose weight and stay fit. In reality, you also need to eat the right way to get your body in a great shape. Fit Men Cook happens to be one of many apps you can download to your phone to learn how to prepare healthy meals at home. It includes recipe instructions, a shopping list, and other tools to help you out. The app provides you with video instructions, so you can keep up with new recipes. It also helps you with the meal preparation process. Fit Men Cook offers easy recipe scaling. The companion app for the Apple…
  • iDevices Connected for Apple Watch

    Cyrus
    22 May 2015 | 6:48 am
    iDevices is behind a few interesting smart devices for the kitchen. The iGrillmini

, iGrill2, and Kitchen Thermometer make it easy to monitor the temperature of your food and achieve repeatable results while preparing your food. iDevices Connected is the companion app for these gadgets. It lets you set timers to track your cooking tasks, create your own custom presets, and manage all your connected products from one place. iDevices Connected looks great on an iPhone, but you can now use it on your Apple Watch. You will now be able to monitor current temperatures, set an alarm, and find…
  • Circle Timer for iPhone

    Cyrus
    21 May 2015 | 6:50 am
    Many folks have relied on interval training to get fit and burn more calories. High intensity interval training can help you burn more fat in less time. You are going to need the right tools if you plan to come up with your own custom interval programs. The Circle Timer for iPhone can help with that. It lets you create basic or more advanced programs quickly. The Circle Timer gives you a more visual way to create your own interval program. Just specify the length of the first interval and the length of the second interval to get started. The app lets you create 12 balls with each capable of…
  • Roambi Analytics for iPhone

    Cyrus
    20 May 2015 | 6:56 am
    There are plenty of ways to gather data on subjects you are interested in these days. Analyzing the data your gather properly requires the right tools though. Roambi Analytics for iPhone is an innovative app that lets you transform your data into interactive charts and visualizations. The app lets you create stunning reports to share with your team. Roambi Analytics makes it easy to make sense of the data you have available. It visualizes your data in a mobile-friendly fashion. You will be able to access your data offline. You can use the app to present your findings or share data with…
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  • This Week at 148Apps: May 18-22, 2015

    24 May 2015 | 3:01 pm
    May Days at 148Apps How do you know what apps are worth your time and money? Just look to the review team at 148Apps. We sort through the chaos and find the apps you're looking for. The ones we love become Editor’s Choice, standing out above the many good apps and games with something just a little bit more to offer. Take a look at what we've been up to this week, and find even more in our Reviews Archive. Earthcore: Shattered Elements Presentation is often a very important element for a video game, even if it’s a game based around cards like Earthcore: Shattered Elements is. The…
  • Auroch Digital is Bringing Back Games Workshop's Highway Warrior Board Game, Dark Future

    22 May 2015 | 9:45 am
    If the name "Auroch Digital" sounds familiar, that's probably because you've been enjoying Chainsaw Warrior. And if you haven't been, that means you're not playing it. You should play it (or its sequel). Anyway, the dev team has recently announced that they're teaming up with Games Workshop yet again in order to revitalize another one of their cult-status board games of old: Dark Future. [Read more]
  • Blades of Brim is a New Endless Runner from the Team Behind Subway Surfers

    22 May 2015 | 8:45 am
    SYBO Games, the minds behind the ever-popular Subway Surfers, have announced their latest project: Blades of Brim. [Read more]
  • The 7th Annual Best App Ever Awards are Now Open for Voting

    22 May 2015 | 8:40 am
    It's time once again to figure out which mobile apps reign supreme with the 7th Annual Best App Ever Awards. This year's nominees have been hand-picked from, well, everything. All the apps. And now that the hard part is over with, all you have to do is head on over to the official site to cast your vote by July 3. That's a bit over a month away, so you've got plenty of time to vote in all the categories. [Read more]
  • Still Playing Blood Brothers 2? Good, Because Now it has Guilds and Special Events

    22 May 2015 | 7:45 am
    Blood Brothers 2 is DeNA's follow-up to their popular strategy RPG of the same name (minus the "2"), and it's just been updated with a bunch of new stuff. New stuff like player guilds and special daily events. Guilds let players team-up for all sorts of benefits. Along with in-game chat to help members communicate, mastery levels can be pooled and shared with all guildies, any in-app purchases made by a guild member will bestow gifts to every other guild member, and newcomers can begin to enjoy the shared upgrades as soon as they join. The new special events, on the other hand, include…
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  • More Than Filters: Over Brings Creative Text and Art On iPhone

    Adeel Qayum
    17 May 2015 | 7:13 am
    You can find multiple apps today that offer you the ability to add filters to your pictures. However, users who are looking for a little more creativity should pay attention to the app we’re reviewing today. If you’re looking to enhance the appeal of your photos by adding depth or some form of typography instantly, you should try Over. It’s an app that enables you to add custom-made fonts and well-crafted artwork to images. And it supplements these features with easy-to-use functionality and a sleek design. How to Use Over for iOS Once you open the App you instantly see your…
  • Taplet App: Capture HD Images From Your Videos

    Adeel Qayum
    15 May 2015 | 7:11 am
    When recording a video with our iPhone, there’s a button beside the record/stop button that enables you to snap images while you record. However, the images can only be snapped when you record, and once you’re done with the video, there is no way to extract photos from the video. Keeping that in mind, we would like to share our thoughts with you on an app we came across. It’s called Taplet, and it allows users to record HD videos and take HD photos during the recording session, just like the default camera app. However, it stands out by giving an option to save any part of a…
  • Litely: The Quickest Way To Add Subtle Tones and Filters To Images

    Adeel Qayum
    14 May 2015 | 7:08 am
    There are loads of photo editing apps for iPhone, and a majority of them include heavy-handed features that make it difficult to churn out beautiful images. For those who don’t like the hassle of digging through all the features to get desired results, Litely is available. It’s an app that comes with high-quality adjustable filters that won’t ruin your images, and more filters can acquired through in-app purchases. It’s a photo filtering and editing app that would enable users to create the best quality photos in the shortest possible time. How to Use Litely for iOS…
  • QUEST: Complete Your Tasks Like You’re Playing A Game

    Adeel Qayum
    12 May 2015 | 6:12 am
    Productivity apps are always welcomed with open arms by iPhone users. App developers look to create new ways to assist users in managing their tasks, and remembering things we’re prone to forget now and then. As a result, we have an array of task managers and to-do apps offering calendar and email integration, rewards for task completion, and other things to motivate you to get things done. But QUEST is a newly released app in this genre that does things quite differently. It is actually crossed with a game. The user can create lists, and tasks will be listed as ‘quests’ and…
  • Priime Brings Professional-Grade Photo Filters To iPhone

    Adeel Qayum
    28 Apr 2015 | 8:08 pm
    Most iPhone photo editing apps have the option of applying filters to images. As a result, the App Store is saturate with photo filter apps, and every new release needs something out of the ordinary to distinguish itself from the usual (black and white). Priime manages to stand out in this arena by offering filters that are inspired by the leading photographers in the world. It offers our different styles to choose from, with an in-app purchase of $0.99 required for an additional style. It also features tools for configuring brightness, vignette and saturation or the image, as well as…
 
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  • Parkable: Smart Parking Sensors for Your Car

    Ci
    25 May 2015 | 4:31 am
    So you have trouble parking your car or are worried about damaging it in the process? New cars have smart parking systems that help the driver get the job done faster and in an accident-free fashion. If you have an older car, you may want to give the Parkable system a look. It consists of sensors that you attach to your car and pair with your smartphone to see a visual representation of your car parking with the distance to the obstacles and audio cues.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Parkable: Smart Parking Sensors for Your Car appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Arccos Golf Trainer Gets an Apple Watch App

    Ci
    25 May 2015 | 4:24 am
    Golf may be a fun sport to learn, but it takes time to master. We have already covered plenty of smart golf trainers that can help you improve your game over time. The Arccos Golf Trainer happens to be an innovative solution with sensors that attach to the grip end of your club and connect to the companion iPhone app for tracking. Arccos captures relevant data using GPS and Bluetooth technology. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Arccos Golf Trainer Gets an Apple Watch App appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • 6 Portable Smartphone Chargers with a Flashlight

    Ci
    24 May 2015 | 5:24 am
    In the past few years, we have covered plenty of awesome smartphone battery extenders and chargers. Not all of them are rugged enough to be used outdoors, nor do they all have a flashlight and other useful features. Here are 6 smartphone backup batteries that also serve as a flashlight: Pyle Portable Car Jump Starter: a car jump starter, smartphone charger, and flashlight in one device. The LED flashlight comes with flash, strobe and SOS signal modes. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 6 Portable Smartphone Chargers with a Flashlight appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • 8 Apple Watch Cases & Screen Protectors

    Ci
    23 May 2015 | 8:59 am
    The Apple Watch may be good looking and powerful, but it is not cheap. You certainly don’t want to risk damaging it by accident. These 8 Apple Watch cases and screen protectors help you keep your gadget looking new for longer: X-Doria Defense Edge: has a machined aluminum exterior and a soft rubber lining to keep your gadget safe from scratches and impacts. It is compatible with all 42 mm Apple Watch collections and wristbands.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 8 Apple Watch Cases & Screen Protectors appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • GreenIQ Smart Garden Hub for Smart Gardening

    Ci
    22 May 2015 | 5:34 am
    We have covered plenty of smart sprinklers in the past. They are designed to help you save water and take better care of your plants. The GreenIQ Smart Garden Hub can also help. It is a smart system that controls your garden’s irrigation system and saves water. It has a hub, web app, and cloud services to get the job done. Just connect the hub to garden’s irrigation valves, set up WiFi, and use the app on your iOS, Android, and other web-enabled devices to configure the system. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post GreenIQ Smart Garden Hub for Smart Gardening appeared first on…
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  • 9 Clues 2: The Ward HD in Review – Creepy Is As Creepy Does

    Eric Pankoke
    24 May 2015 | 4:54 pm
    I’m sure I say this far too often but it’s rare that I play something from G5 that I don’t like.  However, when the next thing that pops up after the G5 logo is Artifex Mundi I get particularly excited.  This combo seems to produce some particularly high quality fare, and 9 Clues 2: The Ward HD is no exception to the rule.  Game play is extremely well balanced, the game looks and sounds great, and the story is top notch.  In fact, this particular tale managed to throw a few twists in, which is something pretty rare for a hidden object style adventure.  If this is your cup of tea…
  • Lifeline… In Review – The Next Evolution Of Adventure Games?

    Eric Pankoke
    21 May 2015 | 7:47 pm
    Before I virtually put my foot in my mouth, I want to make it clear that I admire developers that try to do something different.  The App Store is so full of “been there, done that” games that even if I’m not keen on a particular game, if it’s a concept I’ve not played much or at all in the past I’m thankful I got to try it.  Such is the case with Lifeline from Big Fish Games and 3 Minute Games, the irony of the latter being that this doesn’t even come close to being a 3 minute game.  I’ve only played one other adventure game like this that I can recall, and while the story…
  • The Fool HD in Review – You’d Be Foolish Not To Try It

    Eric Pankoke
    18 May 2015 | 7:58 am
    Some people say there’s a fine line between being a hero and a fool, and the main character in The Fool HD from Big Fish Games did his best to try and prove it.  Given the macabre, horror style entries BFG has been turning out so much of lately this was a nice change of pace both in story and general atmosphere.  In fact, overall it was a rather fun, well designed adventure.  It certainly has the same minor misgivings that most hidden object adventure games do these days, but it was a joy to play from beginning to end. You are a nameless one, just another in a long line of wannabe…
  • Armadillo Gold Rush in Review – Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’…

    Eric Pankoke
    15 May 2015 | 6:53 pm
    When I first saw the press release for Armadillo Gold Rush I thought maybe I had missed something, because I was sure I had already played this game.  Well, it turns out I had – 7 years ago when I reviewed it for the PocketPC!  Back then I gave the game a 9 out of 10, and I have to say my feelings towards it haven’t changed much.  Things certainly don’t always age well, but this little armadillo is definitely no worse for the wear. Why he needs it I don’t know, but your goal is to help the armadillo gather all the gold coins that are scattered around the 75+ levels the game…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [5/13/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    13 May 2015 | 8:42 pm
    It’s that time of year again. Yep, that time when you should be going outside and enjoying nature but if you’re like me, you’re probably staring at some sort of glowing screen instead. Thankfully iOS developers have no respect for the seasons, so there’s just as much to play now as there was over the holidays. Casual gaming is somewhat the order of the day in this roundup, but I still think just about anyone could find at least one title in this group that would interest them. And as usual most of the games are free, so it can’t hurt to at least try some of them. Corridor Z [4/1/15]…
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  • iPhone: Silent Beacon - Utilities

    28 Apr 2015 | 4:45 pm
    Never be alone – even when you’re on your own. Alert, track and notify loved ones as well as 911 in an emergency situation. Silent Beacon provides you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you and your loved ones are able to instantly connect. Download Silent Beacon on the App Store http://goo.gl/7k74Df View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/silent-beacon DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
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    28 Apr 2015 | 4:43 pm
    Core Organizer for iPhone keeps all of your personal and sensitive data in one convenient and structured place. Download Core Organizer on the App Store http://goo.gl/jDAe2Q View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/core-organizer DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
  • iPhone: Super Baby - Medical

    28 Apr 2015 | 4:42 pm
    Baby exercise videos to help your child soar through the first year of life. Download Super Baby from the App Store http://goo.gl/MEDltr View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/super-baby DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
  • iPhone: Hungry Moles - Games

    13 Apr 2015 | 2:57 pm
    The most challenging maze game every made. This app is a fun and interactive game that will test your skill and memory. Help Murray the Mole get away from the Sylvia the Snake and get him home safely. Download Hungry Moles on the App Store http://goo.gl/2l7Fm7 View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/hungry-moles DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
  • iPhone: Down to Chill - Social Networking

    13 Apr 2015 | 2:56 pm
    Down To Chill is a trendy place to hang out with friends who share your interests. Hanging out with friends is now easy, convenient, and fun. Download Down to Chill on the App Store http://goo.gl/q12nS6 View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/down-to-chill DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow
 
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  • 9 Clues 2: The Ward HD in Review – Creepy Is As Creepy Does

    Eric Pankoke
    24 May 2015 | 4:54 pm
    I’m sure I say this far too often but it’s rare that I play something from G5 that I don’t like.  However, when the next thing that pops up after the G5 logo is Artifex Mundi I get particularly excited.  This combo seems to produce some particularly high quality fare, and 9 Clues 2: The Ward HD is no exception to the rule.  Game play is extremely well balanced, the game looks and sounds great, and the story is top notch.  In fact, this particular tale managed to throw a few twists in, which is something pretty rare for a hidden object style adventure.  If this is your cup of tea…
  • Lifeline… In Review – The Next Evolution Of Adventure Games?

    Eric Pankoke
    21 May 2015 | 7:47 pm
    Before I virtually put my foot in my mouth, I want to make it clear that I admire developers that try to do something different.  The App Store is so full of “been there, done that” games that even if I’m not keen on a particular game, if it’s a concept I’ve not played much or at all in the past I’m thankful I got to try it.  Such is the case with Lifeline from Big Fish Games and 3 Minute Games, the irony of the latter being that this doesn’t even come close to being a 3 minute game.  I’ve only played one other adventure game like this that I can recall, and while the story…
  • The Fool HD in Review – You’d Be Foolish Not To Try It

    Eric Pankoke
    18 May 2015 | 7:58 am
    Some people say there’s a fine line between being a hero and a fool, and the main character in The Fool HD from Big Fish Games did his best to try and prove it.  Given the macabre, horror style entries BFG has been turning out so much of lately this was a nice change of pace both in story and general atmosphere.  In fact, overall it was a rather fun, well designed adventure.  It certainly has the same minor misgivings that most hidden object adventure games do these days, but it was a joy to play from beginning to end. You are a nameless one, just another in a long line of wannabe…
  • Armadillo Gold Rush in Review – Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’…

    Eric Pankoke
    15 May 2015 | 6:53 pm
    When I first saw the press release for Armadillo Gold Rush I thought maybe I had missed something, because I was sure I had already played this game.  Well, it turns out I had – 7 years ago when I reviewed it for the PocketPC!  Back then I gave the game a 9 out of 10, and I have to say my feelings towards it haven’t changed much.  Things certainly don’t always age well, but this little armadillo is definitely no worse for the wear. Why he needs it I don’t know, but your goal is to help the armadillo gather all the gold coins that are scattered around the 75+ levels the game…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [5/13/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    13 May 2015 | 8:42 pm
    It’s that time of year again. Yep, that time when you should be going outside and enjoying nature but if you’re like me, you’re probably staring at some sort of glowing screen instead. Thankfully iOS developers have no respect for the seasons, so there’s just as much to play now as there was over the holidays. Casual gaming is somewhat the order of the day in this roundup, but I still think just about anyone could find at least one title in this group that would interest them. And as usual most of the games are free, so it can’t hurt to at least try some of them. Corridor Z [4/1/15]…
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  • SPG App Offers Keyless Entry with iPhone and Apple Watch

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

    Terry White
    30 Apr 2015 | 9:05 pm
    You’ve seen one tip calculator you’ve seen them all. There really isn’t much to innovate in this category. Many will be quick to argue that with their superior math skills that they can just do the math in their heads and have no need for such apps. With all that said I’m always looking at the new entries in this market to see if there is one that I like better than the one that I’ve used for years. While I was checking out the newest apps for Apple Watch I noticed a tip calculator called Tipity and while my favorite calculator and conversion utility Calcbot…
  • Get Same Day Deliveries with Amazon Prime NOW App

    Terry White
    29 Apr 2015 | 9:05 pm
      I order from Amazon quite a bit. Therefore I joined Amazon Prime years ago just to take advantage of the free 2-day shipping on most items. There are lots more benefits to prime members including Amazon Prime Movies, Amazon Prime Music and even an unlimited cloud photo storage service. Yesterday evening I noticed that there was a sticker on the box that I had received earlier that day and it was an advertisement for Amazon Prime Now. What caught me was the “same day” delivery messaging. I had heard rumors that Amazon was going to be doing same day deliveries but…
  • 10 Apps That I’m Looking Forward to on Apple Watch That Are Already Here!

    Terry White
    15 Apr 2015 | 9:05 pm
    Apple Watch is a little bit more than a week away from shipping to those lucky few who got their pre-orders in within the first 5-10 minutes of being open last Friday. I’m really looking forward to receiving my Apple Watch Sport. I find that like the iPhone back in 2007 there is much confusion about Apple Watch. It isn’t my job to sell you on it. Frankly I’m not too concerned about people that say that they don’t want or need it. Like any product it will be a great fit for many and not for others. When I mention Apple Watch to my friends (the ones that don’t get…
  • Live Broadcast from your iPhone with Periscope

    Terry White
    31 Mar 2015 | 4:06 am
         Last week Twitter delivered their competitor to Meerkat and it’s called Periscope. Periscope is an iPhone application that allows you to do LIVE video broadcasts to your followers. You can show your front or rear camera at any time. Doing something cool and want your followers to see it? Just launch Periscope and start a broadcast. It will automatically tweet to your Twitter followers if you like and anyone following you will get an optional push notification that you’re doing a broadcast. If by chance some of your followers couldn’t watch it live you can…
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  • Tip of the Day: Use Your Apple Watch to Locate Your Misplaced iPhone

    Sarah Kingsbury
    25 May 2015 | 4:06 am
    Master your iPhone and iPad. Sign up here to get our Tip of the Day delivered right to your inbox. Are you in the habit of losing your iPhone in the couch cushions? Did your toddler wander off with your phone only to reappear a few minutes later empty handed? Good news; your Apple Watch can help you find your misplaced iPhone, as long as it's in range of your watch. To ping your iPhone, activate your Apple Watch and swipe up on the watch face to open glances, and then swipe through until you come to the Settings glance.    Tap the Ping iPhone button and your iPhone will emit a loud…
  • Tip of the Day: Use iTunes to Sync Photos to Your Device

    Jim Karpen
    24 May 2015 | 4:06 am
    Master your iPhone and iPad. Sign up here to get our Tip of the Day delivered right to your inbox. While iCloud Photo Library has generally replaced iTunes for syncing photos between your computer and your iPhone or iPad, you can still opt to use the iTunes software. I can think of a couple reasons you may want to do this. If you'd like to keep a limited selection of your photos on your device in order to save storage space, iTunes may be a good choice. Also, some people simply don't feel comfortable using the cloud. To use iTunes to sync photos, you’ll have to be sure iCloud Photo Library…
  • AT&T May Block Apple and Other Retailers From Offering Subsidized iPhones

    Todd Bernhard
    23 May 2015 | 10:06 am
    It's getting ugly out there. AT&T is looking to move customers into their Next plan which lets users get new phones every 12, 18, or 24 months, but they pay full price for their phones, spread out over 12 or 24 months. The older contract model let users get new phones every two years, and pay a subsidized fee for their smartphone. That means a phone Apple would normally charge $500 to $700 might sell for $300 or less. The catch is, the old plan should still be available, but only from AT&T, either via their website or an official AT&T store. Given that Apple controls inventory of…
  • Tip of the Day: How To Make Speakerphone Calls Using Siri

    Paula Bostrom
    23 May 2015 | 4:06 am
    Master your iPhone and iPad. Sign up here to get our Tip of the Day delivered right to your inbox. I have several hours of commute time every week and I don’t always have my phone’s Bluetooth headset with me. If I want to make a call that means one hand holding the phone and only one hand on the wheel while going 70 miles per hour down the highway. Um, I mean 65 miles per hour, which is the legal speed limit in Colorado. That's why I appreciate that with the new iOS 8.3 update you can now make speakerphone calls using Siri. Simply tell Siri to call one of your contacts “using…
  • Will You Be a BattleKaster at Denver Comic Con?

    Daniel Rasmus
    22 May 2015 | 12:06 pm
    If you happen to be attending Denver Comic Con this weekend, you will find an entirely new way to use your iPhone: as a member of yourinventory as you undertake a quest. BattleKasters (free), represents a new mobile game experience based on Alane Adams’s Norse mythology-inspired Legends of Orkney book series. This weekend you can join fellow iOS enthusiasts on a quest through Denver Comic Con with live gameplay. And if you just want to connect with Alane or hear about the app experience, there will also be book signings and a panel discussion on Saturday morningat 11:45 a.m.  The…
 
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  • How to Pair Bluetooth Headphones and Listen to Music on Apple Watch [iOS Blog]

    24 May 2015 | 7:02 am
    Apple Watch includes 6.2 GB of storage space for adding content like apps, photos, and music, with up to 2GB of that space dedicated to storing songs. When you add a playlist, you can listen to music on it, even when your iPhone is not in range. While the process is fairly self-explanatory, there are a few steps you don’t want to forget in order to play music from Apple Watch to your Bluetooth connected headphones Adding Music to Apple Watch In order to listen to music on Apple Watch without an iPhone in range, you must sync a playlist to it first. Open the Apple Watch app on your…
  • How to Set Up Apple Pay on Apple Watch [iOS Blog]

    23 May 2015 | 7:02 am
    Apple restricted Apple Pay to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus due to the need for an NFC chip that’s not included in older phones, which means Apple Pay has been limited to those with newer iPhones since it debuted in October of 2014. One of the major perks of the Apple Watch is that it enables Apple Pay for some older iPhones because it has the same NFC chip that’s in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. If you have an Apple Watch and an iPhone 5, 5c, or 5s, you can now use Apple Pay and the watch to make secure purchases in retail locations. For those of you who haven’t had a chance to use…
  • Selfie, Bacon, and Avocado Among Emoji Proposed for Inclusion in 2016’s Unicode 9

    22 May 2015 | 4:31 pm
    The Unicode Consortium today released a list of 38 emoji characters that are candidates for inclusion in Unicode 9.0, which is set to be released in the middle of 2016. These represent emoji that could be available on iOS and Mac devices in the future. Candidates include a range of different character emoji, from “face with cowboy hat to “drooling face” and “lying face.” “Selfie,” an emoji represented by a hand holding a camera, is also on the list, as is “shrug,” and “handshake.” As for food, emoji proposals include croissant,…
  • Buyer’s Guide: Deals on MacBook Air, Retina iMac, Apple Accessories, and More [Mac Blog]

    22 May 2015 | 3:19 pm
    It’s nearly Memorial Day, which means there’s a long three-day weekend coming up and some solid deals on Apple products from vendors who are cutting prices in the hopes of drawing customers into stores over the weekend. Best Buy’s offering a can’t-miss deal on the 13-inch MacBook Air and the high-end 27-inch Retina iMac is available for the lowest price we’ve seen. The 2014 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro is also being sold at low prices for a complete list. Super popular puzzle game Monument Valley is on sale for $0.99 this week, down from $3.99. Death Rally is…
  • Video Review: The MOS Kick is a Versatile Stand for Your iPhone [iOS Blog]

    22 May 2015 | 1:54 pm
    There are dozens if not hundreds of iPhone stands on the market, but every once in awhile, there’s one that sets itself apart with a unique form or a rich set of features. The MOS Kick falls into the latter category, offering a stand, screwdriver, bottle opener and tripod connector in a portable package. Developed by the MOS team that’s created several other popular products like the MOS Reach power outlet and the MOS cable organizer, the MOS Kick is made from metal so it can withstand being carried on a backpack or in a pocket. We went hands-on with a prototype (hence the small…
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  • Top iOS Development For Two Weeks Ended May 24th, 2015

    Johann
    24 May 2015 | 11:25 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 open source library that works with Swift apps that allows you to visualize touches with adjustbale parameters for use when demonstrating apps. Here are the resources:  TouchVisualizer – An open source library for visualizing touches within Swift based apps. (share on twitter) (featured here)  JTMaterialTransition – An open source component providing a neat expanding transition inspire by GOogle Material Design.
  • Open Source Swift Networking Library Providing Easy Multi-Part File Uploading

    Johann
    22 May 2015 | 11:38 pm
    I’ve mentioned a few Swift networking library most recently the python-requests inspired Just library. Here’s an open source Swift networking library that for large file uploads called Pitaya from JohnLui. Pitaya features fast multipart uploading, can run asynchronously, and has a nice clean syntax. There is support for basic authorization along with basic file downloading. A set of examples is included. This code example from the readme shows how to perform a basic file upload: let file = File(name: "photo", url: NSURL(fileURLWithPath:…
  • Open Source iOS Component Providing An iBooks Style PDF Reader

    Johann
    21 May 2015 | 11:27 pm
    Some time ago I mentioned a number of components for viewing PDF files including the iBooks like PDF reading component vfr/Reader. Here’s an open source component you can easily embed into Swift and Objective-C based apps providing a PDF document viewer that builds upon the previously mentioned vfr/Reader. M13PDFKit provides a styling similar to that of iBooks in iOS 7+, and utilizes collection views. The expected features such as page previewing, bookmarks, and the thumbnail view are all included. Here are a couple of images showing M13PDFKit in action: You can find M13PDFKit on Github…
  • Open Source Swift Library Providing An NSLog Replacement For Better Logging Statements

    Johann
    20 May 2015 | 11:18 pm
    I’ve mentioned a few libraries providing an alternative to NSLog, most recently the XLFacility library which features remote viewing of logging messages in real-time. Here’s a Swift based logging library called CleanRoomLogger from Gilt Tech with a number of nice features. CleanRoomLogger allows you to set a severity level for your messages, indicates the line of code from which the log message was generated, and a trace function. You can also extend CleanRoomerLogger with custom filters and formatters, and an API for easy configuration. You can find CleanroomLogger on Github…
  • A Tool For Enforcing Swift Style And Conventions With Warnings And Errors In Xcode

    Johann
    19 May 2015 | 11:25 pm
    In the past I mentioned the ClangFormat-Xcode and Xcode-formatter plugins for formatting objective-C code. Here’s an interesting command line tool that allows you to enforce Style conventions on your Swift code called SwiftLint from Realm. SwiftLint uses Clang and SourceKit to deliver warnings and errors directly within Xcode. You’ll need to integrate SwiftLint into an Xcode scheme to get the errors and warnings to display. You can find SwiftLint on Github here. You can find the Swift style conventions used in Github’s Swift Style guide. A great tool for enforcing…
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  • |Free Game] Night Boost Racing: Be the fastest by changing gears!

    Darie
    2 May 2015 | 9:40 am
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7ZrCaqAK54 In this racing game, you have to change gear at the right time to be the first. The tachometer light will help you to get the good timing. Use the nitro to surprise your opponent and become the fastest racer https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ghtboostracing
  • Free App "Insect Race"

    Darie
    5 Apr 2015 | 11:27 am
    The best racing game on insect ! Insect Race is a racing game with insect. Play with a beetle, a butterfly, a bee, a grasshopper, a ant, a mantis,... Avoid the obstacles on your way and pick up boosts to gain an advantage over your competitors. Share your score on the Internet and try to stay in the world ranking. If you agree, your location is detected automatically to display the flag of your country in the international scores table. Game Features • Adrenaline rush guaranteed • Fun Music • Unique gaming experience • Great Graphics and Animations • Extremely addictive…
 
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  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    21 May 2015 | 10:21 pm
    It was the end of the era this week with David Letterman going off of the air.  I remember Letterman using an iPad for a Top Ten list when the iPad first debuted, but until this week I did not know the back story.  It turns out that Andy Ihnatko, a Boston-based technology columnist for Chicago Sun-Times, had a pre-release iPad for review from Apple, and he let Letterman use it — and lick it — on the program.  His story was published this week in the Sun-Times, and it is worth reading for anyone who enjoyed watching Letterman over the years.  The article also includes a video clip of…
  • When was your Apple Watch born?

    Jeff Richardson
    19 May 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Yesterday, Apple released the first update — I'm sure the first of many updates — for the Apple Watch, updating the software from Watch OS 1.0 to Watch OS 1.0.1.  That is only a minor number change, which seems appropriate because this is only a minor update.  No new features are added, and instead Apple improved the performance of Siri and several activity monitor functions such as measuring stand activity and calculations during workouts, along with some other minor improvements.  If you open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone (which is what you use to update the watch) you can…
  • Review: Photos Video Field Guide by David Sparks -- learn to use Apple's Photos on the Mac, iPad and iPhone

    Jeff Richardson
    18 May 2015 | 10:05 pm
    In September of 2014, when Apple released iOS 8 for iPhone and iPad, Apple began an overhaul of the way that its products manage photographs.  On April 8, 2015, Apple completed that transition by releasing an update to the Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, which introduced the new Photos program, a replacement for iPhoto.  You can still use iPhoto for now, but Apple doesn't plan to update it anymore, so its days are numbered.  Photos, on the other hand, is not only the supported program, but is also a much better program with great new features, such as being much faster to…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    14 May 2015 | 10:48 pm
    I only ran across a few articles this week that struck me as good candidates for In the news, so here is today's shorter-than-normal list of articles that you should consider reading and other items that you should be aware of: New York attorney Nicole Black discusses her first week using an Apple Watch in an article for The Daily Record.  Niki and I had the opportunity to talk on the phone about the Apple Watch earlier this week, and she made the good point that the Apple Watch can be even more useful for female attorneys than for male attorneys.  While men often store an iPhone in an…
  • Fixing the Digital Crown on an Apple Watch using warm water

    Jeff Richardson
    13 May 2015 | 10:05 pm
    While my wife attended an event last night, my kids decided that the rest of us should go out to eat TexMex.  The three of us had a fun evening, but at one point when my daughter was dipping a chip in salsa, she managed to spill a little salsa on my Apple Watch.  It wasn't much, and I just wiped it off with my napkin and didn't think much about it at the time.  But last night as I was using the watch on a treadmill, I noticed that the Digital Crown (the tiny dial that you can turn on the side of the watch) wasn't spinning correctly; it felt like it was getting stuck.  And…
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  • 'Recents' Adds a Call History List to Notification Center for Your Calling Convenience

    24 May 2015 | 3:21 pm
    The Phone application on your iPhone has a tab labeled "Recents" that shows all of your recent incoming and outgoing phone calls. It becomes very handy when you just called someone, or recently received a call from someone that isn't in your contacts and you need quick access to their phone number to call them back, but rather than digging through your Home Screen's application icons for the Phone application when you're in a rush, we think iOS developer IArrays is onto something big with a new jailbreak tweak dubbed Recents. Recents basically brings that same list of
  • How to Add Awesome Ripple Animation Effects to Your SpringBoard With 'RippleBoard'

    24 May 2015 | 10:57 am
    A new free jailbreak tweak called RippleBoard has just launched in Cydia compliments of iOS developer Satori, and it's actually pretty sweet. This tweak adds ripple effect animations to the Home Screen in various ways to give you really a really sick experience. Shown above, you can see some of the effects as you look at the Home Screen. One of the things we noticed right off the bat is how the ripple effects are designed to color-match the application icon that they originate from. RippleBoard can be as idle or interactive as you want
  • 'SwishSwitcher' Adds Sound & Haptic Feedback to the App Switcher

    24 May 2015 | 10:07 am
    When using the iOS App Switcher, which is used to remove recently-used applications from your device's memory, you simply swipe up on the application previews to close out of the applications. It's a very plain process, but a new free jailbreak tweak called SwishSwitcher by iOS developer Metion adds both sound and haptic feedback to the App Switcher so that each time you close out of an application, you not only see it, but also hear it and feel it. As the name suggests, the sound you hear when the application is closed mimics the "swish"
  • 'CustomNotificationSound' Allows You to Set Custom Alert Sounds for Third-party Apps

    24 May 2015 | 8:22 am
    You'll notice that while iOS gives you the ability to set custom alert sounds for various stock applications on the device, that third-party applications' alert sounds are not customizable. You can only turn their notification sounds on or off and you have to use the third-party sound that the developer has assigned to the application. A new free jailbreak tweak called CustomNotificationSound is now available in Cydia thanks to iOS developer snakeninny. This tweak lets you assign third-party applications on your device custom notification sounds that will be audible
  • How to Colorize the Chat Bubbles in the iOS Messages App With 'Color Convos'

    24 May 2015 | 8:05 am
    Whether you are trying to simply customize your Messages application's conversation bubbles more, or you think that color-coding them will help you to better distinguish who you are talking to at a glance, a new jailbreak tweak called Color Convos by iOS developer DrP is now available that lets you assign any color you want to the outgoing chat bubbles in your Messages application in iOS. The tweak makes customization dead-simple, by using a simple in-app gesture. You can tap and hold on one of your chat bubbles to bring up the stock interface for removing messages from the
 
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  • Turn your game's virtual items into real cash with FabZat

    25 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    At Pocket Gamer Connects London 2015, Florent Pitoun, the CEO of FabZat, spoke about the potential for developers to generate additional revenue from in-app merchandising. The Bordeaux, France, start-up in currently working with select partners, who have integrated its SDK plugin to provide enable its turnkey full service chain. Supporting iOS, Android, web and Unity, this enables players to turn...
  • Futureplay Games decloaks as Finland's mobile game dream team

    22 May 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Jami Laes, formerly Rovio's EVP, has announced the launch of Futureplay Games.  The new mobile games studio is based in Helsinki, and each of its five founding members has significant industry experience. Indeed, you could call the combination a dream team. His co-founders are: Kai Auvinen was art director at Digital Chocolate and most recently served as VP Games & Executive Producer at...
  • 15 top games in soft launch: From Minions Paradise and Paradise Bay to Sonic Runners and Lara Croft: Relic Run

    22 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    PocketGamer.biz is now regularly rounding up the most interesting games that are currently in soft launch.  An important part of the shift to a games-as-a-service approach, the soft launch process enables developers to fine-tune their game, particularly in relation to meta-game mechanics such as time gates, in-game resources and psychological components. Behind the scenes Of course, some gam...
  • Chart stasis, the rise of Asia and extreme UA discussed at Apps World SF 2015

    22 May 2015 | 5:30 am
    According to Kabam's COO Kent Wakeford, talking at the Apps World San Francisco 2015 conference, there are two key trends in the mobile games space. "One is the consolidation of the market at the top," he explained. "The top five games in 2012, first quarter, did $41 million in revenue and had about 10% market share. "Today, those five games have 22% market share and over $2 billion in revenue. I...
  • Mattel partners with Animoca Brands to turn its IP into mobile games

    22 May 2015 | 4:30 am
    With brands like Barbie, Hot Wheels, American Girl, Monster High and Fisher-Price, toymaker Mattel is full to bursting with IP. It's been under pressure recently, however, by the shift from traditional toys to the hybrid model of combined virtual-and-real experiences characterised by Skylanders. So now it's looking to better exploit those brands in mobile gaming, announcing a major agreement with...
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  • Reflections on Reflections

    Mel Martin
    23 May 2015 | 1:42 pm
    We take a look at Reflect Mirror Camera. It can create images as realistic as you could want, or you can create alien looking landscapes that are really striking. "Reflections on Reflections." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Adobe Kills PHOTOSHOP TOUCH

    Marty Yawnick
    21 May 2015 | 4:32 pm
    Bad news Thursday as Adobe announced that they are discontinuing their flagship mobile photo editing app, Photoshop Touch. We've got what you can expect from the app in the future and a peek at Adobe's plans for iOS and other mobile platforms. "Adobe Kills PHOTOSHOP TOUCH." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Review: BLACK is a Slick Black and White Film Emulator

    Mel Martin
    21 May 2015 | 10:01 am
    We review Black, a well-done black and white film emulator. Kodak Tri-X, Ilford HP5, Fuji Neopan and more - the included film emulations look "right". "Review: BLACK is a Slick Black and White Film Emulator." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Powerful iPhone Photo Editor ENLIGHT is On Sale for $0.99 Today

    Marty Yawnick
    20 May 2015 | 7:49 am
    Powerful iPhone photo editor Enlight is our App of the Day for May 20, 2015. It's on sale right now for a limited time for only $0.99, a huge discount from its recent price of $5.99. "Powerful iPhone Photo Editor ENLIGHT is On Sale for $0.99 Today." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Review: AVERAGE CAMERA PRO Will Improve Your Low Light iPhone Photography

    Mel Martin
    16 May 2015 | 8:15 am
    Average Camera Pro is a well-thought out app that will get you better results when you are in challenging low light situations. It is a solid entry in the low-light iPhoneography genre. "Review: AVERAGE CAMERA PRO Will Improve Your Low Light iPhone Photography." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
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  • Stre.am: Viva La Video

    Eric Compton
    22 May 2015 | 3:53 pm
    Was there ever a moment you wished you could share, right then and there? Sure, you could take a video of it and show it around later; but there’s something about being there, even being there vicariously through a screen, that excites us. The recent prizefight between Mayweather and Pacquiao was one of those events; no one was interested in watching the repeat the next day. Increasingly in the social media game, it’s about the now. You might be finding that despite all the rejigging of Instagram and Snapchat, photos don’t quite cut it anymore. If you’re looking to…
  • How Mobile Casino Games Have Changed For The Better In 2015

    Eric Compton
    21 May 2015 | 5:34 am
    Mobile casino are big business, just as they are in real life. Though it might come as a surprise to learn that the whole affair has only just taken off in a big way. The games themselves have been running for years, although revenue projections from 2005 for 2010 fell well short of their estimated marks, probably due to regulations imposed by the US government in 2006. However, since 2013, the boom is back, with the total sum wagered in mobile casinos expected to pass $11.4 billion by 2015. So, now that we’re in the clear and mobile casinos are most definitely on the up, what…
  • Starry Night!: Shooting Stars, Quite Literally

    Eric Compton
    20 May 2015 | 4:28 am
    Imagine the night sky without any stars in it. Playing out like some doomsday scenario, all that would be left is the blackness. All those countless balls of dead light, disappeared. Quite an unpalatable thought, yet one that is the sole aim of Starry Night! the new addictive mini-game from B&B Games. As the stars hurtle towards the bottom of your screen, it’s up to you to blast them into oblivion with a touch of your omnipotent finger. Combining endearing graphics with a wicked soundtrack, Starry Night! proves to be an addictive little number, out now for iOS. In Starry Night! you…
  • Get Lucky With These Four Casino Apps

    Eric Compton
    20 May 2015 | 2:56 am
    Casino apps are big business on smartphones, much the same way they’re big business in the real world. What better way to spend a boring bus journey than to try and win some real world money? Some are good, some are not so good. Some run better than others and some look better than others. In fact, some look positively great; go to this website, XNetEntCasinos.com, and see how amazing casino apps can look. So with the wealth of casino apps out there, we run through four surefire quality apps that you can bet away on to your heart’s content or your wallet’s spent. 1 –…
  • iRig Keys With Lightning: A Kickass, Fully Functional Midi Keyboard For Your iPad

    David Harfield
    18 May 2015 | 3:34 am
    It was with a heavy heart that I heard the news that blues great B.B. King passed away this week, a true original and a valued addition to the pantheon of rock greats. While I would normally pay tribute by trying to ape some of his licks on my electric guitar, I recently received an iRig KEYS portable keyboard, so fired up the accompanying apps, SampleTank and iGrandPiano, and got stuck into some 12-bar jammin’ in memory of the King… IK Multimedia have a knack of producing really fantastic music accessories that get rid of the need for tons of wires and pedals and basically give…
 
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  • Gem Fish Review – A unique take on old classics

    Roshan
    19 May 2015 | 4:22 am
    Gem Fish spawns from ideas of multiple popular classic genres of games like the pinball, araknoid and labyrinth. But what we have in the end is a game which is unique and refreshing. Gem Fish starts with an underwater scene where you spring load and shoot a marble ball into the waters. Tilt your iPhone to control the ball and make sure you end up inside the friendly barrel, at the end of your ride. Land elsewhere to lose a ball while, bounce off fish and other sea creatures to collect coloured shells. The aim of each level is obviously to collect the destined number of shells without losing…
  • Sideclick remote adapter for Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire remotes

    Antony
    14 May 2015 | 11:51 am
    Media streaming devices like the Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV all come with remotes, but those remotes cannot control your TV, meaning you always at least need a second remote for that purpose alone. However, the need to always have second or third remote is taken care of by Sideclick, the new, innovative universal remote attachment that quickly and easily snaps onto your set-top box remote control. Brett Epstein, the inventor/designer, says that with Sideclick you can now power up, control channels, volume, and input/source with one cohesive unit. Epstein deigned 4 models of Sideclick,…
  • Dwellable Vacation Rentals Review – Find the perfect place to stay

    Roshan
    13 May 2015 | 2:11 am
    Well, the name of the app itself should give you some idea as to what it does. To make it clear, Dwellable Vacation Rentals app helps you rent places to stay for a few days, when you are on a vacation, a business meeting or while visiting someone away. A quick glance through their website reads: Dwellable is a traveler-first vacation rental marketplace. We’re the #1 rated vacation rental app for mobile devices and the fastest growing vacation rental website. The first thing you’re going to notice with the Dwellable app is the popping interface. The soothing short video clips lead…
  • 10 best Apple Watch accessories

    Antony
    4 May 2015 | 4:25 pm
    If you have decided to get yourself a new Apple Watch then you’d better get an accessory to go with it. As it is with the iPad and iPhone, a glut of startups and enterprising manufacturers have entered the market providing a variety of extras for the Apple Watch. Some of them are great while some are useless and for this matter we have rounded up some of the must have Apple Watch accessories. Also read: Best third-party Apple Watch straps you can buy right now Spigen Apple Watch Case [Ultra-Thin] It is obvious that a screen protector can only protect your watch’s screen to a certain…
  • The new BlueChatBox review – The most innovative messenger app

    Roshan
    27 Apr 2015 | 9:34 am
    We did a review of the BlueChatBox messaging app last year and concluded it as one “that makes sense” because it didn’t have a lot of limitations which we are used to with others. …the things I personally love about BlueChatBox are the Passcode lock, ability to add more than 50 users to groups and compatibility with iPad, which undoubtedly places it superior to WhatsApp. Six months down the road and BlueChatBox has already rolled out a lot of updates – not one, not two but a whole dozen of them mounting to around 30 major feature additions. So we think…
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  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – May 25, 2015

    Jerry Collins
    25 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    No need to pay full price to get awesome apps, just check out these 38 iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale right now. This app deal alert includes Battle Fleet 2: WW2 in the Pacific, Mobile Mouse Pro, Weather+, Awesome Mails, 21 Day Companion, Outline+, Meritum Paint Pro, Musify Player, WebSSH Pro, Vintagio, KORG Gadget, Shin Megami Tensei, GymGoal 2 and many others. all apps on sale today ➜
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – May 25, 2015

    Damian Ragar
    25 May 2015 | 3:58 am
    Need your daily fix of free apps? We’ve handpicked 14 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are free today only. This apps gone free alert includes Echo Prime, Pumped BMX 2, Rocket Video and many others. all apps gone free today ➜
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – May 24, 2015

    Stefani Lain
    24 May 2015 | 4:56 am
    iOSnoops is constantly on the lookout for new apps, and here are 16 iPhone and iPad apps that were released recently. This new apps alert includes Sigils, Wurrly, Biz Builder Delux and many others. all apps released today ➜
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  • Event Discovery Apps

    Johanna Casao
    22 May 2015 | 5:14 pm
    To find great apps and their appscores, check out 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 Play. With a number […] The post Event Discovery Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Social Connect – Find developers on Twitter

    Sarah
    20 May 2015 | 3:48 pm
    Ten days before the launch of the App Index API, which gives developers access to all Google Play store data for only $10/month, appbackr has launched the first dashboard built off of that data – App Index Social Connect. App Index Social Connect has linked thousands of Google Play developers with their Twitter accounts. You […] The post Social Connect – Find developers on Twitter appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Emergency Apps

    Johanna Casao
    15 May 2015 | 1:05 pm
    To find great apps and their appscores, check out 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 Play. Every day you’re […] The post Emergency Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Blogging Apps

    Johanna Casao
    7 May 2015 | 3:03 pm
    To find great apps and their appscores, check out 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 Play. With so many […] The post Blogging Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Brain Game Apps

    Johanna Casao
    30 Apr 2015 | 2:51 pm
    To find great apps and their appscores, check out 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 Play. Take a few […] The post Brain Game Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
 
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  • App Shortcuts for Fire TV Pro is Perfect for Your Fire Device

    Jim Desposito
    21 May 2015 | 10:38 am
    Tweet Price: $1.99 Rating: ****½ (4.5/5) App Shortcuts for Fire TV Pro iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com There’s a lot of talk these days about cutting the cord, the cable tv cord that is, and with cable tv prices where they are, who can blame anyone for doing it. To do it and still have […]
  • Press Release: Hurry Ball is a Simple Game for iPhone That You Can’t Put Down

    Editor
    19 May 2015 | 11:34 am
    Tweet Hurry Ball iPhone Game Press Release by TheiPhoneAppReview.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 19, 2015 – Marseille, France – Jonathan Teboul has released Hurry Ball, a challenging new game that combines just the right amount of simplicity, difficulty, and quick gameplay. Just tap the screen to move up through the levels and avoid obstacles (both […]
  • VIPetBook Is a Must-Have App for Pet Owners, Vets, Groomers, and More

    Sarah Hanlon
    18 May 2015 | 5:18 am
    Tweet Price: $0.99 Rating: ***** (5/5) VIPetBook iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com If you have pets, you know just how much they mean to you. However, sometimes it’s difficult to keep track of aspects of your pet’s life such as vaccination dates, weight, and contacts. VIPetBook is perfect for pet owners, vets, groomers, and shelters helping […]
  • Casino Over Under Is Simple and Addictive

    Jim Desposito
    15 May 2015 | 12:31 pm
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****~ (4/5) Casino Over Under iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Casino Over Under is a simple card game that draws you in and doesn’t let go. Before you know it you’ll have played dozens of hands and wonder where the time went. Developed by Casino Over Under, LLC, this simple and […]
  • Hurry Ball Is an Addicting New Endless Jumping Game for iPhone

    Sarah Hanlon
    15 May 2015 | 11:07 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****½ (4.5/5) Hurry Ball iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Hurry Ball is a simple and challenging fun new game for iPhone. Developed by Jonathan Teboul, this vertical version of Flappy Bird is frustratingly difficult to play, but far too addicting to put down. Concept and Gameplay: ****½ (4.5/5) If I had to […]
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  • Best Free Apps of the Day on May 24. Eden World Builder, Hack Run, & Home Contents

    App Chronicles
    24 May 2015 | 1:49 pm
    With Eden – World Builder, you can create your own virtual 3D world, then destroy it. Ever wanted to be a hacker? Well, now you can with Hack Run. With Home Contents, take inventory of your possessions with photos and detailed information like purchase date, serial numbers, and more. Please Note: (...)Read the rest of Best Free Apps of the Day on May 24. Eden World Builder, Hack Run, & Home Contents
  • [ Gone Free ] Eden – World Builder: Create Your Own Virtual 3D World, then Destroy it. Free for a Limited Time

    App Chronicles
    24 May 2015 | 12:50 pm
    (...)Read the rest of [ Gone Free ] Eden – World Builder: Create Your Own Virtual 3D World, then Destroy it. Free for a Limited Time
  • [ Gone Free ] Home Contents: Take inventory of your possessions with photos and detailed information like purchase date, serial numbers, and more

    Jared Murray
    24 May 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Home Contents – easy home inventory Home Contents – easy home inventory (4 stars with 34 Ratings) Universal App $4.99 →Free for a limited time   We all tend to have a lot of stuff, and keeping track of those things can be a tedious job in and of itself. That’s where Home Contents is here to help you. Home Contents gives you the ability to take stock of all your possessions and keep track of them in one place. The app allows you to capture an entire room in just a few minutes with your camera, where you can then list everything that’s in there so you know what you have.
  • [ Gone Free ] Hack Run: Ever wanted to be a Hacker? Well, Now you Can

    Jared Murray
    24 May 2015 | 11:41 am
    Hack RUN Hack RUN (4.5 stars with 2926 Ratings) Universal App $2.99 → Free for a limited time Geeks and nerds, you’re going to really enjoy today’s free universal app for iOS devices. It’s called Hack Run, and anyone who’s ever wanted to pretend to be a hacker (for those of us who don’t actually have the know how) is going to find this game both challenging and rewarding. Hack Run starts off with you receiving a letter from someone asking to hire you for a hack job inside a company’s computer database. You mission is to complete the job as well as you…
  • Best Free Apps of the Day on May 23. NBA Jam, Gesundheit!, Carmaggeddon, & More

    App Chronicles
    23 May 2015 | 6:50 pm
    We have a must-have sports game for you today! Grab NBA Jam, one greatest arcade basketball game of all time via promocodes from IGN. Gesundheit! is a highly popular puzzle adventure game. In Carmaggeddon, drive around and smash into whatever and whoever you like. Build and Play 3D lets your kids build, and then play, some awesome virtual toys. Please Note: (...)Read the rest of Best Free Apps of the Day on May 23. NBA Jam, Gesundheit!, Carmaggeddon, & More
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  • Lucky’s Tree of Puzzles Review

    Nikki
    12 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use4.9Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the App in iTunes Napko Oy Price: $5.99 Lucky’s Tree of Puzzles is a great educational app for early elementary age children (but includes content suitable for ages 3 through 11 years old).  With Lucky’s Tree of Puzzles, children can learn through playing various interactive educational games.  The app was designed by a Finnish child psychologist and a world class interactive educational game designer, so the content is well curated. Lucky’s Tree of Puzzles contains 18 different games, as well…
  • Back Soon – Parents Vacation Review

    Monica
    12 May 2015 | 8:19 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes G&R Solutions Ltd. Price: $2.99 Anna and Dan’s parents are going on vacation…WITHOUT THEM! Who will stay with them? How long will their parents be gone? What are they going to do for 12 days without their mom and dad? All of these questions are answered in the adorable eBook app “Back Soon – Parents Vacation”. Complete with cute illustrations and fun rhyming text, this app will appeal to children of all ages. When mom and dad decide it’s time for them to go on a vacation without…
  • World of Liberty “Chicago’s Green River Leads to the Emerald Isle”

    Monica
    7 May 2015 | 12:57 pm
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes World of Liberty, LLC Price: $0.99 Lovable Liberty Lane is back in an all-new international adventure that celebrates St. Patrick’s Day! World of Liberty – “Chicago’s Green River Leads to the Emerald Isle” is the latest installment in the amazing collection of World of Liberty apps. If you want your children to have a globe-trotting adventure and learn more about our country as well as other countries, then this is the perfect app for you too! Meet Liberty Lane, a feisty, freckle-faced…
  • Find All – Fun learning game Review

    Monica
    5 May 2015 | 3:49 pm
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (1 Vote) See the app in iTunes Kateryna Salatova Price: Free, with in app purchase to unlock all scenes for $1.99 Hidden Picture puzzles are a long-time favorite of children; mine included. Now Hidden Picture puzzles come to life on the screen right in front of your eyes with Find All. This app has several brightly-colored and interactive illustrations that will entertain and delight your children as they search for the hidden elements in each one. Find All is a perfect app for preschool-aged children who are just learning the…
  • Milli the Snail Review

    Nikki
    29 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the App in iTunes Mixtvision Digital GmbH Price: $2.99 Milli the Snail is a fun interactive storybook for children.  With Milli the Snail, kids can join Milli on a quest to find out what snails do best.  As the only snail on Apple Tree Hill, Milli will turn to the strange and wonderful creatures that inhabit the area to ask about her strengths.  I thought that this was a very cute storybook and I loved the artwork. Throughout the story, Milli and her best friend Miro set off in search to learn more about…
 
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  • Emoji candidates for 2016’s Unicode 9 include selfie, bacon, and avocado

    Kate
    25 May 2015 | 4:35 am
    The Unicode Consortium published a list of 38 emoji characters that join Unicode 9.0, which is scheduled to be released in the middle of 2016. These characters are likely to be available on iOS and Mac devices in the future. Among the candidates are various character emoji, including “face with cowboy hat to “drooling face” and “lying face.” In addition, there is a “Selfie” emoji, which is a hand with a camera in the list. Candidates can also include food emoji represented by croissant, avocado, cucumber, bacon, potato, and carrot. Finally, the list…
  • Apple Store app updated with support for Touch ID, two-step verification

    Kate
    22 May 2015 | 3:21 am
    Following the update, bringing support for Apple Watch last month, the Apple Store app on iOS has been updated with a number of highly requested features. Apple Store version 3.3 added additional security: Apple ID two-step verification. To use the security feature, Apple ID account owners are required to have enabled two-step verification through the My Apple ID webpage. The option is placed under in the “Edit your Apple ID” menu under “Password and Security.” When the activation is completed, users will be asked to enter the password associated with their Apple…
  • Sword of Xolan

    Kate
    21 May 2015 | 2:22 am
    Everything old is new again, and retro games are no exception. Bolstered by nostalgia and the plenty of casual and arcade-style games on iOS and Android devices, old school games are coming back. Sword Of Xolan from an indie game developer, Alper Sarıkaya (Gravity Project, Manuganu), is a pixel-packed platformer, starring Xolan, a brave young warrior who embarks on an adventure to rescue captured townsfolk from the game’s villain, Borzandar. Sword Of Xolan’s levels are as brutal and punishing as they are brilliant and gorgeous. There’s a bunch of original content, tons challenges,…
  • Kinkoo-6-port USB charger

    Kate
    20 May 2015 | 3:31 am
    Searching for a powerful charger?Check out the Kinkoo’s 6-port charger. Kinkoo is a family-sized desktop USB charger with iPower Technology for iPhone, iPad Air 2, Samsung Galaxy, Nexus, HTC, Nokia and more. The new charger has six USB ports so you can charge all your devices at the same time. Kinkoo delivers to your device its fastest possible charge speed up to 2.4 amps. In addition, the charger can charge your devices up to 85% faster compared with regular conventional charger. Moreove, it can intelligently identify your gadget and offer the current accordingly for that device. When a…
  • Knights of Pen & Paper 2

    Kate
    19 May 2015 | 4:13 am
    Knights of Pen & Paper 2 by Paradox Interactive is a second iteration of popular turn-based RPG adventure that replicates a tabletop gameplay experience.  Like in the predecessor, you’re playing a game within a game.  A group of teenagers are playing a classic pen & paper RPG, and you join them. Your task is to listen to the games master and take decisions from a variety of choices. You will start out with two characters, selecting a race (Human, Elf, or Dwarf) and class (Warrior, Thief, Hunter, Cleric, Paladin, Mage) for them. Only when you earn enough gold, you can unlock…
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  • iOS 9 Features Speculation: More About Security And Less About New Features

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    25 May 2015 | 8:20 am
    Security, Stability and Performance Enhancement are going to be the central theme around which iOS 9 is believed to be developed. Apple is focusing more on enhancing the performance of its upcoming version of iOS rather than adding new features; in the wake of too many bugs that have time and again let down iOS 8 and the security threats about iPhone apps. If rumour mills hit the jackpot, iOS 9 will be more secured, user-friendly, lightning fast and small. Some interesting revelations have emerged with regard to iOS 9 features recently. And as an iOS user, you wouldn’t be more excited about…
  • Best Apple Watch Calculator Apps: Get your Maths Right Even on the Fly

    Rajesh Mishra
    25 May 2015 | 5:45 am
    Due to the tiny screen size, calculating is certainly not a convenient task on Apple Watch. But that doesn’t mean, you can let go off calculating on the Watch that’s considered to be an iconic wearable device. Since the Watch remains on your wrist, you would definitely like to get on with your maths even on the move. Needless to take the iPhone out of your pocket, if you can fast-track calculation right from the comfort of your wrist! How about having a go at some of the best calculator apps for Apple Watch? From letting you solve your difficult maths to assisting you convert…
  • How to Enable Accessibility Shortcut on Your Apple Watch

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    25 May 2015 | 1:13 am
    Accessibility is considered to be a path-breaking feature in Apple Watch. It is aimed at assisting the people who are blind or suffer from other impairments. There are two important components of Accessibility-VoiceOver and Zoom. Setting up VoiceOver or Zoom on Apple Watch is as simple as it is on iPhone or iPad. Very much like iOS, you can set up Accessibility shortcut on your Apple to access Zoom or VoiceOver instantly by triple-clicking the Digital Crown. However, there are some differences between the iOS and Watch OS with regard to Accessibility Shortcut. You can access only VoiceOver…
  • Unable to Download Item on iPhone in iOS 8: Get Rid of This Error on your iOS Device

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    25 May 2015 | 12:11 am
    Everybody wants smooth sailing in whatever activity they undertake; whether it is a love affair, a business project, a small task in office, a household chore or a download on your iPhone or iPad. While every other situation can be tackled with your discretion or judgement, but interruption in download on a mobile phone can actually test the patience of anybody who has got cool temper. And every smartphone user must have experienced this irksome situation. Of late, iPhone users have experienced a strange situation. In fact, it can be called an error as the users have encountered a message,…
  • iPhone Apps Gone Free – Apps of The Day – 25 May 2015

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    24 May 2015 | 11:17 pm
    For iPhone users, there is no better a news than free apps to download. Well, iGeeksBlog is passionate about everything related to Apple products, and therefore, we bring up-to-date info on iPhones, iPads, iPads, iTunes and more. And this list is incomplete without apps gone free! You bet, we keep refreshing this section every day with a number of iPhone apps gone free. Once you download the free app from the list, you can use it forever! To make this section interactive, we welcome developers to send us apps they want to give out free to iGeeksBlog visitors. You can contact us on our Twitter…
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  • Apple Watch Users Complaining of Inconsistent Heart Rate Updates After Software Update

    Christopher Meinck
    20 May 2015 | 11:21 am
    Yesterday saw the release of Watch OS 1.0.1, the first major software update to the Apple Watch. The changelog included significant performance enhancements, specific to Siri, measuring Stand activity, third party apps and more. Nothing in the changelog describes anything specific to the heart rate monitor. There have been numerous reports on social media and various forums including our Apple Watch forums regarding issues specific to inconsistent updates to the heart rate readings on the Apple Watch. Update: The issue is also being discussed on Apple’s forums. The Apple Watch…
  • Apple Watch OS 1.0.1 Update Released, Fixes Galore

    Christopher Meinck
    19 May 2015 | 9:59 am
    Apple has released Watch OS 1.0.1, the first update to the software that powers the Apple Watch. The update clocks in at 51.6MB and is described as including performance enhancements and bug fixes. The official changelog notes the following improvements: Improved performance for: Siri Measuring Stand activity Calculating calories for indoor cycling and rowing workouts Accessibility Third party apps Display support for new Emoji characters The update also includes assorted language support. To install… Read more →
  • Why I returned my 38mm Apple Watch

    Christopher Meinck
    18 May 2015 | 1:49 pm
    Late last week, I made the trip to my local FedEx drop-off, where I reluctantly handed them a box containing my launch day 38mm stainless steel Apple Watch. I initiated the return process a few weeks back, when I was within what I had thought was the 14-day return period. The Apple Store website makes it easy to setup a return, offering options to drop off at a local Apple Store or ship via Fedex, at no charge. To my surprise, the return period was a lengthy 30 days. During that timeframe, it’s mostly been gracing my monitor stand, replaced by a younger (by two weeks) Apple Watch Sport.
  • Apple Watch, theft and common sense

    Christopher Meinck
    15 May 2015 | 6:39 pm
    Over the last few days, there’s been a bit of kerfuffle regarding the Apple Watch and its lack of anti-theft features, many of which are available on the iPhone. It seems to have come as a bit of a surprise that Watch OS 1.0 doesn’t bake in some of the nifty security features offered by the iPhone. There is no “Find My Watch” given its reliance on the partnering iPhone. I’m not alone in hoping that future versions offer more in the way of becoming truly independent devices, reducing their reliance on an iPhone. But here we are at the first generation Apple Watch…
  • Apple Watch Review: The one worth watching

    Christopher Meinck
    13 May 2015 | 8:04 am
    Not since the first iPhone has Apple released such an ambitious product. Back then, it was a different company, one whose name still included Computer. This is a different Apple and a different time. Smartphones are no longer a niche product and estimates have Apple iPhone users in the U.S. eclipsing 65 million. One could say that the Apple Watch is the first truly new platform since iPhone. That’s if you’d accept the argument that the iPad, while offering unique software experiences, was largely a versioning of the iPhone. The lines between those two product lines continue to…
 
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  • Apple Watch gets its first software update

    20 May 2015 | 4:10 pm
    The Apple Watch has been out for about a month now and Apple has just issued its first software update. The latest update includes performance improvements and support for seven new languages. In order to update the watch, users should launch the iPhone Apple Watch app and follow the instructions. Apple Watch OS changelog improvements:SiriMeasur...
  • Office downloaded 100 million times on iOS and Android

    25 Apr 2015 | 2:46 am
    Microsoft has been morphing itself from a software company, to a device and services company. Since new CEO Satya Nadella came on board, the company has been focused on making its apps available everywhere. Office is the number business for Microsoft, and they want it to be used on all devices.After releasing quarterly earnings yesterday, Satya ...
  • Girl soaks cheating boyfriend's Apple devices in bathtub

    23 Apr 2015 | 6:08 am
    Any Apple fanboy knows how precious his toys are. Nobody should touch your Apple gear right? One girl in Japan knew exactly how much her boyfriend valued his Apple devices and when she found out he cheated on her, she took anger out on his toys. For a fanboy, this type of revenge could be worse than that of Lorena Bobbitt. Interestingly, the boyfr...
  • Chrome for iOS gets widgets and app extensions

    18 Apr 2015 | 3:31 am
    Google has updated Chrome for iOS and added a couple of important features. Chrome for iOS now supports widgets and app extensions. Widget support allows you to add a widget to your Notifications Center and launch a new Chrome tab or voice search from there. App extension support means users of password managers like 1Password or Lastpass are fi...
  • iPhone vs Android argument leads to stabbing

    18 Apr 2015 | 2:51 am
    Two Tulsa, Oklahoma roommates stabbed each other during an argument over smartphone platforms. The two roommates were apparently drunk when they got into a fanboy discussion about which platform was better, iPhone or Android.A woman came home around 1 am and found a man stumbling around the apartment complex covered in blood. She called police.Wh...
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  • Best Baseball Games for iPhone and iPad (MLB Season Special)

    Sumeet Sharma
    23 May 2015 | 7:58 am
    It's Major League Baseball Season and time to get hands on with "Best Baseball Games for iPhone and iPad". Baseball is, what Cricket is to a billion Indian fans, in U.S.Read more »
  • Install Cydia Apps without Jailbreak on iPhone and iPad

    Sumeet Sharma
    17 May 2015 | 8:33 am
    In this tutorial, I will show you "How to Install Cydia Apps Without Jailbreak on iPhone and iPad?". Cydia apps extend the functionality and usage of iPhone and iPad, so it's fun to have some cydia apps and tweaks on your iPhone and iPad. Read more »
  • Apple iPhone 7 Features, Release Date and Specifications

    Sumeet Sharma
    10 May 2015 | 6:47 am
    Apple iPhone 7 is the next hot-topic for Apple fans and they are eager to know, "When will Apple iPhone 7 Release?", "What are the features and specifications of Apple iPhone 7?", Will iPhone 7 have wireless charging?", "What will be the price of Apple iPhone 7?" and "Will the next iPhone even be called iPhone 7 - shouldn't it be 'iPhone 6s', based on the naming conventions of previous iPhones (iPhone 4s, iPhone 5s etc)"Read more »
  • 10 Best Car Racing Games for iPhone and iPad

    Sumeet Sharma
    2 May 2015 | 8:00 am
    If you are a crazy super car fan, a carparazzi and you love playing car racing games on your iPhone and iPad, then you need to check out these "Top Car Racing Games for iPhone and iPad".Read more »
  • How to Browse Deep Web using Tor on iPhone and iPad?

    Sumeet Sharma
    26 Apr 2015 | 9:04 am
    In this tutorial, you will learn, "What is Deep/Hidden/Encrypted Web?", "How to Browse Deep Web?", "How to use Tor Browser?", "List of Hidden Websites", "What are .onion hyperlinks?" and "How to Browse Deep/Hidden/Encrypted Web from iPhone and iPad?"Read more »
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  • Alternatum brings an app switcher and toggles to Reachability

    23 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Alternatum is yet one more jailbreak tweak that piggybacks on the Reachability function launched with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. It permits you to add a number of latest options to the Reachability view resembling an app switcher, toggles and extra. Sadly, I don’t at present personal any jailbroken units that function Reachability, however Alternatum does convey the power to make use of a easy Activator gesture to imitate Reachability. Does it work properly? I used to be in a position to make use of Alternatum tweak on my iPod contact, however the expertise wasn’t…
  • Tweaks of the week: ADKeys, Alternatum, and extra

    23 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    In accordance with the rumors, iOS 9 shall be a heavy blow to the jailbreak group, however as Jeff cleverly famous, there’s no such factor as unimaginable. With that stated, we’re hoping the grim rumor gained’t discourage sensible builders from arising with new tweaks. Talking of latest tweaks, this week was fairly sluggish, however it noticed the discharge of some fascinating concepts. Adiutor: makes Siri take much less area in your iPhone scree ($1.50) ADKeys: matches your keyboard background to your wallpaper, and extra ($zero.ninety nine – assessment) Alternatum:…
  • ADKeys: assign a picture as your keyboard background shade

    23 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    ADKeys, which stands for adaptable keys, is a tweak that allows you to change up the background and key cap colour of the keyboard in iOS. By doing so, you possibly can match up your keyboard shade with different areas or your iPhone, similar to your present wallpaper or theme. For those who can handle to deal with the tweak’s irritating preferences, then you definitely could possibly acquire the look you’re going for. Have a look at our walkthrough for a bit extra element. It really works in panorama mode, however stretches your picture At the start, the preferences of this…
  • iOS 9 safety & jailbreaking: there’s no such factor as unimaginable

    21 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Current studies are claiming that Apple’s upcoming iOS replace—iOS 9—will make it harder to jailbreak iPhones and iPads going ahead. Some are even stating that will probably be nearly impossible to jailbreak an iPhone running iOS 9. The rationale? Rootless—the kernel-degree safety function that was mentioned earlier at the moment. This new function is claimed to stop malware, improve the security of extensions and protect the safety of delicate knowledge. When it’s all stated and completed, Apple’s safety efforts in iOS 9 look like its most prolific since iOS 5. It…
  • iOS 9 safety & jailbreaking: there’s no such factor as unattainable

    21 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Current studies are claiming that Apple’s upcoming iOS replace—iOS 9—will make it harder to jailbreak iPhones and iPads going ahead. Some are even stating that will probably be nearly impossible to jailbreak an iPhone running iOS 9. The rationale? Rootless—the kernel-degree safety function that was mentioned earlier at present. This new function is claimed to stop malware, improve the security of extensions and protect the safety of delicate knowledge. When it’s all stated and accomplished, Apple’s safety efforts in iOS 9 look like its most prolific since iOS 5. It…
 
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  • Crossy Road Developer To Release Pac-Man 256 This Summer

    Francesco
    25 May 2015 | 12:40 am
    Hipster Whale, the developer behind one of the more successful iOS games of the year, Crossy Road, is currently working on another game that will … Read more → The post Crossy Road Developer To Release Pac-Man 256 This Summer appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Biz Builder Delux Now Available On The App Store

    Francesco
    25 May 2015 | 12:28 am
    A new simulation game from Kairosoft is now available on the App Store, a game that will allow players to see if they can develop … Read more → The post Biz Builder Delux Now Available On The App Store appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Desktop Dungeons Launching On The App Store Later This Week

    Francesco
    25 May 2015 | 12:20 am
    A new roguelike game is going to be released later this week on the App Store, a game that those who also play on PC … Read more → The post Desktop Dungeons Launching On The App Store Later This Week appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Pac-Man iOS Updated With New Levels And More

    Francesco
    23 May 2015 | 12:49 am
    The iOS version of Pac-Man, the classic arcade game originally released years ago by Namco, has received a brand new update which introduces new content … Read more → The post Pac-Man iOS Updated With New Levels And More appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Terra Battle New Update Includes New Chapter And New Music

    Francesco
    23 May 2015 | 12:39 am
    Terra Battle, the excellent free to play role playing developed by Mistwalker now available on the App Store, has been updated a few hours ago … Read more → The post Terra Battle New Update Includes New Chapter And New Music appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
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  • 5 Tips To Increase Instagram Followers

    Vijay Chander
    24 May 2015 | 3:47 am
    > Use HASHTAGSHashtags – the ultimate way to gain audience for your posts. However hashtags are never a sure shot way of keeping the audience hooked for long. Common hashtags (#love or #cat or something around those lines) are usually avoided and ignored by Instagram users. Just as one user aptly pointed out that if he is going to post a photo or a video on Instagram, he would use a unique hashtag instead of sticking with the common ones.A handful of unique hashtags that speak about the theme of the account are much better as compared to using the same hashtags that the million or so…
  • [LIST] Tips & Tricks of Gmail, YouTube, Windows..

    Vijay Chander
    7 Jan 2015 | 12:47 am
    Gmail Tricks1. If you want to keep track of how your email address is used (ie, when you sign up to a newsletter), add “.” (period only) anywhere in your username. This way you’ll create a new ‘alias’‘ email address and all the messages sent to that new ‘alias‘ address will get forwarded to your primary Gmail address. 1.  So, for example, if your Gmail address is username@gmail.com then you can make variations like: u.sername@gmail.com (remember, you just change the username, not @Gmail) Add one or more periods (".") within your address. These periods will be ignored by…
  • [Guide] How To Create A Responsive Sitemap

    Vijay Chander
    17 Dec 2014 | 3:09 am
    What is a Sitemap? A sitemap is a list of web pages of a website, which are accessible to the crawlers and users to navigate within the site. Sitemaps are two types: 1) XML Sitemap 2) HTML Sitemap XML Sitemaps are used by the search engines to access the information from the site whereas HTML Sitemaps are for the users to help them find content on the page without searching for each and every page. Site maps can improve search engine optimization of a site by making sure that all pages can be found in the website. This is especially important for the sites where the content regularly changes.
  • [Infographic] How Search Works - The Story

    Vijay Chander
    14 Dec 2014 | 11:11 pm
    "The Story - How Search Works from algorithms to answers"Also See:Google Chrome ShortcutsTop 10 Google Chrome Extensions
  • [List] 30 Blogging Tools To Create Content Quickly & Easily

    Vijay Chander
    3 Dec 2014 | 3:35 am
    Over Internet, you will find a lot of things related to what you searched. So let's say you found something very interesting that you can't hold yourself to share it with others. Right! So now the question comes How To Create Amazing Content that people will generally want to share it, How To get your content out to your niche.If you really want to create the content that will get thousands of shares, likes, tweets then you should definitely give a try to this tools. I've listed 30 tools which will help you to create content quickly, that will engage more readers and get shared by the…
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  • FlyBo Review

    Patrick Garde
    21 May 2015 | 2:22 am
    While some mobile games allow you to test your logical thinking, there are also numerous titles, such as FlyBo, that enable you to test your dexterity in ways you could not imagine. One of the things that I liked about FlyBo right from the start is its interesting visual perspective. Instead of going for the normal isometric gameplay, FlyBo focuses on bringing in a faux 3D perspective that works seamlessly. The gameplay on its own is simple and easy to understand, you just need to tap the screen in order to make the ball go up, and you can leave it on the gravity to let the ball go down. You…
  • JumPo Review

    Patrick Garde
    3 May 2015 | 2:48 am
    In the world of arcade games for mobile, endless running games are one of the most exciting genres. The thing that makes these games unique and interesting is the sheer challenge that comes in front of the player at all times. JumPo is more than just a simple arcade game with a lot of charisma. It’s a fun game for iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android with a simple mechanic. You need to tap the screen in order to make the 3D ball jump over the obstacles in this endless running game from Xllusion. You need to try and collect as many crystals as possible in order to level up, and that the more you…
  • iO – A Physics Platformer Review

    Patrick Garde
    3 May 2015 | 1:39 am
    iO – A Physics Platformer is an incredibly fun game for iOS (iPhone, iPad). Right of the bat, it was clear that this title from BluBox and Gamious was both graphically and mechanically impressive. Created during one of the any Global Game Jams, iO is an iOS game that requires the user to think differently than they normally would as they alter the physical dimensions of a ball. Set up like a traditional iPhone game, iO – A Physics Platformer has multiple levels to choose from and score tiers on each level, based on time. After a short tutorial, it was pretty clear how to play, but that…
  • ZiBo – 3D ZigZag Ball Game Review

    Patrick Garde
    27 Apr 2015 | 10:06 am
    Many of us just tend to get sick and tired of the same old AAA games with new releases and lots of sequel. ZiBo from Xllusion is an arcade game specifically created to help us in this regard. ZiBo is a simple, 3D endless ball runner game for iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android, and it has a single game mechanic, but the good part about it, however, is the fact that everything is done right. The main idea is that this iPhone game offers you a massive, infinite zigzag world and all you need to do is to reach the furthest point possible. Rest assured that the game is not as easy as it sounds because…
  • TouchTone Review

    Patrick Garde
    24 Apr 2015 | 10:25 am
    TouchTone is an interesting, and possibly controversial, iOS (iPhone, iPad) game from Mikengreg (Mike Boxleiter and Greg Wohlwend) about government surveillance. Essentially, players take the role of an NSA-like agent as they solve puzzles and decide what information is “pertinent” to the security of the country. TouchTone has visual puzzles in which there are angle shapes, I’ve encountered slabs and triangle so far, and colored wavelengths shot from a unique point on the screen. Over time, these puzzles went from simplistic single rays to multiple rays, with multiple shapes on the…
 
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  • App Success Stories and What We Can Learn From Them

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    21 May 2015 | 12:00 pm
    One doesn’t need an immense budget to create a successful iOS app. Clear vision, original idea and continuous experimenting help to outrun established brands in the race for top positions on the App Store. Sometimes these successful developers share their stories in their blogs and interviews. These stories are always super-motivating. But you can get more than must inspiration out of them. Each story contains a lesson that you can implement in your app marketing routine. 1. Stuart Hall and 7 Minute Workout The story in brief: Stuart has single-handedly created a fitness app 7 minute…
  • How to Brainstorm Keywords for Your iOS Apps and Games

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    4 May 2015 | 4:01 am
    Whatever your approach to App Store Optimization is and whatever tools you use, it all starts with brainstorming a list of keywords. Getting into the mindset of your app’s audience is not easy. However, we know a few techniques that will help you come up with a really long list of keywords for your product. Write down your own keyword ideas Write down the keyword describing each single feature of your app, what problems it addresses, places where it can be used, and so on. In case, it’s a game, include the words describing its mechanics and all the objects within the game. If it is a…
  • 6 Communities and Discussion Forums for iOS Developers

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:24 am
    When app developers create a cool game/app or discover some awesome ways to promote their product, they share. On forums, subreddits, on their blogs and so on. Where else can you show off your brainchild, compare yourself against other developers, ask questions and get detailed answers? You probably already hang out on a few developer forums. But it won’t hurt to discover a few new ones. Here comes! 1. iPhoneDevSDK Great breakdown by categories with a super-dynamic thread devoted to iOS SDK development. Don’t miss Mobile Marketing Techniques forum where developers share their…
  • Top 10 Marketing and Analytics Resources for Indie Developers

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    7 Apr 2015 | 4:36 am
    Ever wondered which of the numerous tools and resources for iOS app marketing and analytics really work? We know at least ten that are free, simple and provide lots of benefits! You may click on each of the subheadings to open the resource in a new tab. You are sure to find something useful you haven’t heard of before. 1. Forums on Toucharcade (iOS) The threads here always get a decent amount of views. If your app is something special, it will definitely get noticed. Toucharcade is mostly focused on games. If you have an app in a different category, try iOS apps forum. 2. Appcrawlr (iOS and…
  • 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…
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  • Apple Began Shipping First Copies of Apple Watch Gold.

    23 May 2015 | 11:43 am
    Starting from last Monday, Apple has begun to switch purchase status of their Apple Watch Edition in preparation for shipment to those whom pre-ordered at  April.According to MacRumors first applications will be delivered starting from tomorrow, and Apple has used a different delivery method to these special orders.Instead of asking costumers to make a pickup appointment at the nearest Apple Store where an employee will help and explain all the features, with the Apple Watch Gold a representative will come knocking on your doors at your disposal time and make the delivery!
  • Enjoy Android OS Interface And Features With Andrios. [Cydia Tweak]

    20 May 2015 | 4:46 pm
    If you want to experience Android OS on your iPhone, you will certainly grab your copy of this new promising cydia tweak. A jailbreak tweak will soon be released under the name of "Andrios" will convert iOS interface into Android one, combining a really professionally style, built-in widgets and most importantly rich in details and features. The tweak comes with some useful and yet adjustable widgets, for instance the switch widgets where you can switch on/off certain features, or the familiar search widget.Andrios tweak developers decided to get a reward for their efforts and thus,…
  • Apple released a dock station for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

    20 May 2015 | 3:48 pm
    Without earlier announcement, Apple has released a Universal dock station for lightning-connector compatible devices.The new Apple dock station is perfect for a desk or countertop, and as it is an Apple made accessory, Apple has though about flexibility; "you can unlock iPhone or use Touch ID without having to remove it from the dock", even supports iPhone within protecting cases.Moreover, the dock has an "audio line-out port that connects to powered speakers or headphones".The good news is that Apple dock station is compatible with all lightning connectors devices from the iPhone 5 to the…
  • Apple Largest Apple Store in the World will be in Dubai.

    20 May 2015 | 2:59 pm
    Khaleej Times -  A daily English language newspaper published in United Arab Emirates - has confirmed that Apple is currently working on opening their own shop in Dubai, specifically in the Emirates Mall where will be largest Apple Store in the world. Dubai Apple Store is estimated to be constructed on a 50 thousand feet while the largest store Apple is currently located in the New York area estimated at 23 thousand feet (more than twice the size )The new store will often be next to the new fashion district in the Emirates Mall and the entrance is expected to be from the second…
  • Use Your iPhone or Apple Watch to Remote Control Samsung TV.

    20 May 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Who said you must have a Samsung mobile to remote control a Samsung TV? Well If you own one and would love to remote control it via your iPhone or Apple Watch with ease then this app is for you.An iOS app is available on the App-store under the name of SamMote will allow iPhone or Apple watch users to remote control their Smart TV made by Samsung. It is worth mentioning that only Smart TVs made after 2011 are supported.The SamMote app provide users with a remote interface with mostly all the basic controls button available at the official remote control. The utility…
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  • iPad Air vs iPad Air 2 Specs

    Nick Gambino
    17 May 2015 | 9:13 am
    Get ready for the ultimate smackdown of the century!! iPad Air vs. iPad Air 2 Specs. Two will enter the ring, only one will exit! In the battle some are calling, “Inevitable” and “Kind of not as big a deal as Nick is making it.” Who will be crowned the winner?   Alright, a bit […] The post iPad Air vs iPad Air 2 Specs appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |. Related posts: How to Transfer Photos or Videos from iPhone or iPad to Mac or Computer A Quick Way to Learn the iOS 7 iPad Control Center? Astonishing Music Video Filmed Using 14 Apple Devices!
  • Montar Universal Car Mount – Best iPhone Car Mount?

    iGadget Lady
    10 May 2015 | 3:54 pm
    I’ve recently had the opportunity of trying out the Montar Universal Car Mount by WinnerGear and this just may be the best iPhone car mount out there right now!  I really don’t say this lightly, I’ve been using this car mount for over 4 weeks and it’s held up great especially with my driving (lol).  It hasn’t fallen […] The post Montar Universal Car Mount – Best iPhone Car Mount? appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |. Related posts: Which iPhone Should I Get? Apple Watch Parody – 3 Must See Videos Best iPhone Case?
  • 5 Sexy Apple Watch Stands That Caught Our Eyes!

    Nick Gambino
    3 May 2015 | 3:52 pm
    Ok, you’ve got your new Apple Watch. You’re hot stuff now, boy. Look at you. Notice that strut that you’re able to pull off now? Well, now it’s time to take it to the next level. You’ve got to put that watch on a pedestal. And by pedestal I mean an Apple Watch stand. Here […] The post 5 Sexy Apple Watch Stands That Caught Our Eyes! appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |. Related posts: Apple Watch Parody – 3 Must See Videos Is The Apple Watch Waterproof? $100,000 Gold Apple Watch Version Launched By Brikk
  • Is The Apple Watch Waterproof?

    iGadget Lady
    25 Apr 2015 | 8:05 am
    I know it’s early in the release of the Apple Watch, but I’ve already found several videos to share with you of extreme testing and torturing of the Apple Watch. The first two videos try to answer the question: Is the Apple Watch waterproof? According to Apple the “Apple Watch is splash and water resistant but […] The post Is The Apple Watch Waterproof? appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |. Related posts: Apple Watch Parody – 3 Must See Videos Which Apple Watch Should You Get? $100,000 Gold Apple Watch Version Launched By Brikk
 
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  • Kaly Calendar for iPhone Is a Great App for Professionals

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    22 May 2015 | 4:44 pm
    Whether you work in the medical field, you’re a trainer, or you do something else that requires you to handle clients on a regular basis, you need something that can help you do so quickly and efficiently. Kaly Calendar, developed by Nicolas Currivand, is a handy scheduling app for iPhone that’ll help make work easier. Scheduling clients can get tricky, ... The post Kaly Calendar for iPhone Is a Great App for Professionals appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 5/22/15

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    22 May 2015 | 10:16 am
    Today’s list of iPhone and iPad apps and games that have recently dropped in price to FREE features a few awesome educational apps to check out, as well as incredibly popular games to try. Remember to leave a comment if you find something you like! **Please note that this list contains paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available ... The post Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 5/22/15 appeared first on iOS App Lists. ------------------------------- Thank you to the over 2 million users enjoying NodeBeat! ------------------------------- Make music with NodeBeat,…
  • Trending Hack ‘N Slash Mobile Game Taichi Panda Releases Major Update – – the Ascension

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    22 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    Snail Games’ Add-on Includes New Chapters, World Boss and Gear Discovery System Santa Monica – May 21st, 2015 – Action dungeon crawler Taichi Panda, from mobile game developer Snail Games, received a major update today, the second such expansion to Snail’s first major mobile gaming title. Dubbed the “Ascension” update, the new expansion includes a host of new game features ... The post Trending Hack ‘N Slash Mobile Game Taichi Panda Releases Major Update – – the Ascension appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • 5 Must-Have iPhone Apps for Memorial Day

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    20 May 2015 | 7:43 am
    Memorial Day is a patriotic day of remembrance for our fallen heroes, as well as a day to gather with family and friends to celebrate our country and each other. From gathering with friends to checking the weather and whipping up some delicious food/drink, this list of 5 must-have iPhone apps for Memorial Day will help you make the most ... The post 5 Must-Have iPhone Apps for Memorial Day appeared first on iOS App Lists. Weather Underground for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch is your everything weather app. Powered by our network of 100,000+ personal weather stations, this app provides…
  • Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 5/19/15

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    19 May 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Tuesday’s list of iPhone and iPad apps and games that have recently dropped in price to FREE features a few great photo apps and a very addicting dinosaur game. Remember to leave a comment if you find something you enjoy! **Please note that this list contains paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited ... The post Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 5/19/15 appeared first on iOS App Lists. Free today with ‘App of the Day’! A new twist on photo editing. Turn your photos into amazing circular images with Circular+. Circular+ is a fun app…
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