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  • Purported 'iPhone 6s' schematics back claims of 0.2mm thicker design for Force Touch

    AppleInsider | iPhone
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:40 am
    An alleged schematic for Apple's next-generation "iPhone 6s" may support claims that the device will be marginally thicker than its predecessor, presumably owing to design additions such as Force Touch.
  • Use the "Late Night" EQ Setting in iOS for Better Sound in Loud Spaces

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    Thorin Klosowski
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:30 am
    Unless you have a good set of headphones, listening to music in loud spaces like airplanes is often pretty difficult. MacWorld points to an EQ setting that makes it a little easier to hear your music. Read more...
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – July 6, 2015

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    Damian Ragar
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:58 am
    Want to try great apps without hurting your wallet? We’ve selected 10 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes Who Was? Adventure, Pics2Mov, Remote Gaming for Minecraft and many others. all apps gone free today ➜
  • AppleCare Will Now Replace Any Battery Below 80% Health

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    Whitson Gordon
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    Whether you have a Mac laptop, an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Apple Watch, that Applecare+ is starting to look like a better deal: Apple will now replace any battery that’s worn down to 80% capacity.Read more...
  • Apple Music Debuts Eminem's New Music Video, Announces Dr. Dre's Beats 1 Radio Show

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    Husain Sumra
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:29 pm
    In late June, it was revealed that Apple had rounded up celebrity partners to host radio shows on its Beats 1 programming schedule, including Elton John, Pharrell and Dr. Dre. Today, the company announced that Dre's show, The Pharmacy, will premiere Saturday, July 4 at 3 PM PST and will broadcast every week thereafter at the same time. The hour-long show will be co-hosted by Dre and Eddie Francis and feature recording artists Wyann Vaughn and DJ Pooh with music from DJ Jus Incredible, according to Billboard. Apple debuted the premiere date with a trailer for the program on Twitter.
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  • NBA Player Blames Elbow Injury on Larger-Screened iPhone

    Juli Clover
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:13 pm
    San Antonio Spurs player Matt Bonner recently revealed in an interview with Concord Monitor (via Yahoo) that he suffered from tennis elbow during the 2014-2015 NBA season, a condition that he theorized was caused by Apple's larger-screened iPhones and led to a lower-than-normal 3-point shot success rate. "Everybody is going to find this hilarious, but here's my theory on how I got it," he said. "When the new iPhone came out it was way bigger than the last one, and I think because I got that new phone it was a strain to use it, you have to stretch further to hit the buttons, and I honestly…
  • 'World's First Swim App' on Apple Watch Put to the Test in New Video

    Mitchel Broussard
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:02 am
    In the days and weeks after its launch last April, one of the biggest curiosities surrounding the Apple Watch was its tolerance to water. Thanks to a few initial tests -- from showers to high dive pools -- we now know that the Apple Watch is indeed a bit more waterproof than Apple promises, and with that in mind a few London-based iOS developers have created the "World's first swim app on the Apple Watch," and put it through its paces in a new video. Having designed a similar app for the Pebble, Ted Bradley and his team decided to take that idea -- a lapping, time, and heart rate monitoring…
  • Using the Timer, Alarm, and Stopwatch Apps on Apple Watch

    Lory Gil
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:10 am
    Apple has separated its three time-based categories into separate apps on Apple Watch. This allows you to quickly access the specific feature of the timer, alarm, and stopwatch you want with just a few taps. While most of it is self-explanatory, we've got some tips for how to get the most out of each of these apps so they work the way you want, when you want. Timer The Timer app on Apple watch makes it possible for you to set a timer right from your wrist so you don't have to search out your iPhone to activate or even turn off the alert when time is up. Tap the Timer app icon on Apple Watch…
  • Apple Music Debuts Eminem's New Music Video, Announces Dr. Dre's Beats 1 Radio Show

    Husain Sumra
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:29 pm
    In late June, it was revealed that Apple had rounded up celebrity partners to host radio shows on its Beats 1 programming schedule, including Elton John, Pharrell and Dr. Dre. Today, the company announced that Dre's show, The Pharmacy, will premiere Saturday, July 4 at 3 PM PST and will broadcast every week thereafter at the same time. The hour-long show will be co-hosted by Dre and Eddie Francis and feature recording artists Wyann Vaughn and DJ Pooh with music from DJ Jus Incredible, according to Billboard. Apple debuted the premiere date with a trailer for the program on Twitter.
  • TextBlade Update: An Inside Look at Production Troubles and New Info on Shipping Estimates

    Juli Clover
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:54 pm
    In January, WayTools announced the TextBlade, a compact, collapsible keyboard for iOS devices and Macs that's quite unlike anything else that's available on the market. It replaces a full keyboard with eight large smart keys that take advantage of multilayering, giving users access to a complete set of keys and commands on a keyboard that fits into a pocket. WayTools began accepting pre-orders for the TextBlade at that time, garnering a huge amount of interest from people who were excited about the promise of a better mobile keyboard. The company initially planned to ship in February, but as…
 
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  • Good deal: Plugable 7-Port USB 3.0 hub

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    7 Jul 2015 | 12:52 am
    Find organization in your desktop clutter with the Plugable 7-Port hub. Charge, sync and power up to 7 devices from just one USB port, it’s the ultimate space saving solution and is available for $32 with iDownloadBlog Deals for a limited time – saving you 13% off the retail price. ... Read the rest of this post here "Good deal: Plugable 7-Port USB 3.0 hub" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
  • Nella lets you customize the Cydia install interface

    Jeff Benjamin
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:30 pm
    Another day, another new Cydia customization tweak. I guess this will continue to be the new trend for the foreseeable future, not that I’m complaining at all. It’s great to have tweaks that can finally customize Cydia without jumping through a ton of hoops. Nella is the latest such tweak. It lets you customize the colors of the installation interface background and buttons for a truly unique look.... Read the rest of this post here "Nella lets you customize the Cydia install interface" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
  • Infuse 3.4 is live with folders, background audio, landscape lock on iPhone and more

    Christian Zibreg
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:03 pm
    Infuse 3, an elegant and versatile player for virtually any video file format you can think of created by jailbreak developer FireCore, has picked up a slew of new features and improvements in Monday’s version 3.4 update. Infuse 3.4 makes it easy to organize your videos using folders, delete ones you no longer need from the ticket view, continue playing audio in the background after leaving the app to quickly check your email, and more.... Read the rest of this post here "Infuse 3.4 is live with folders, background audio, landscape lock on iPhone and more" is an article by…
  • At long last, Instagram is increasing photo resolution to a sharper 1,080-by-1,080 pixels

    Christian Zibreg
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:43 pm
    I love Instagram but have always had a first-world problem with its paltry photo resolution. In today’s age of ultra-crisp mobile screens, 640-by-640 pixel images just don’t cut it anymore. Well, it took only a couple of years but Instagram just announced that it is rolling out support for bigger, crisper images on both iOS and Android. “We’re rolling out 1080×1080 uploads (and higher-quality viewing) for Instagram on iOS and Android,” Instagram co-founder Mike Krieger wrote in a tweet today. The company’s iPhone application wasn’t updated today with…
  • TaiG releases version 2.3.1 beta to include latest Cydia update

    Jeff Benjamin
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:09 pm
    In an interesting move, the folks over at TaiG have released a new version of their iOS 8.4 jailbreak tool for Windows, but have labeled it as a beta. Version 2.3.1 beta incorporates the latest version of Cydia, version 1.1.20, and that’s about all. According to the change log, no other changes were implemented into the TaiG tool outside of the Cydia update. For such a small change, it’s weird that they’ve labeled it as being a beta, but maybe this will become a new trend going forward until they have enough successful testers to deem it a stable release.... Read the rest of…
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  • Use the "Late Night" EQ Setting in iOS for Better Sound in Loud Spaces

    Thorin Klosowski
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:30 am
    Unless you have a good set of headphones, listening to music in loud spaces like airplanes is often pretty difficult. MacWorld points to an EQ setting that makes it a little easier to hear your music. Read more...
  • AppleCare Will Now Replace Any Battery Below 80% Health

    Whitson Gordon
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    Whether you have a Mac laptop, an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Apple Watch, that Applecare+ is starting to look like a better deal: Apple will now replace any battery that’s worn down to 80% capacity.Read more...
  • Toggle Week Numbers in iOS Calendars with this Setting

    Thorin Klosowski
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Unless you’re very particular about your calendar settings, you’ve probably never ventured into the iOS settings menu for your calendar. But OS X Daily points out one handy toggle you may have never noticed: week numbers. Read more...
  • The Best Alarm Clock App for iPhone

    Thorin Klosowski
    22 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    The iTunes Store has almost as many alarm clocks as it does to-do apps, so it’s difficult to choose the right one. In our tests, we found Wake Alarm Clock to be the best thanks to a good set of features and solid reliability.Read more...
  • The Best Hidden Changes in iOS 9, in GIFs

    Chris Mills on Gizmodo, shared by Whitson Gordon to Lifehacker
    16 Jun 2015 | 7:00 pm
    The latest version of Apple’s mobile OS launched to much fanfare and showy new features. Side-by-side multitasking! A creepily efficient digital assistant! But the longer I use iOS 9, the more I’m noticing the tiny changes that make everything just a little bit better. Read more...
 
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  • The iPhone 6S Leak Has More Than Meets the Eye

    Darren Orf
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:10 am
    Ever since the iPhone 4, Apple’s followed a kind of tick-tock process of updating its money-making iPhone. Tick: Recreate hardware and looks from the ground up. Tock: Tweak, tweak, tweak. After last year’s iPhone 6, 2015 is a tock year. And while there are some things to be excited about, cosmetics is definitely not one of them.Read more...
  • Apple Wants to Make a Way to Share Files With High Fives

    Adam Clark Estes
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:00 am
    Remember how fun Bump was in the early days of iPhones? Probably not because it was silly and kind of dumb, but based on a new Apple patent application, you could soon be exchanging any kind of data with any type of gesture, from hugs to high fives—and it actually makes sense.Read more...
  • Force Touch is Reportedly Coming to iPhone

    Maddie Stone
    27 Jun 2015 | 12:08 pm
    Ahoy, an Apple rumor! Unnamed sources tell Bloomberg Business Apple has begun production on an iPhone model equipped with Force Touch , the same haptic feedback feature that made its debut this year in the Apple Watch and the company’s new MacBook .Read more...
  • Has Your T-Mobile iPhone Started Crashing?

    Jamie Condliffe
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:30 am
    If your T-Mobile iPhone has begun to freeze, crash and even show a static blue screen of death, don’t worry: you’re not alone.Read more...
  • iOS 9 Will Delete Apps to Make Room for Updates

    Chris Mills
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:24 pm
    When iOS 8 was unleashed on the general public, the size of the update — 4.6 GB — caused many users’ iPhones to cower in fear and shame. In an attempt to avoid a repeat of the problem, iOS 9 will free up space by deleting third-party apps before downloading (and then reinstalling afterwards).Read more...
 
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  • Apple will bring back Home Sharing for music on iOS 9

    Mariella Moon
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:52 am
    It sucks that Home Sharing for music isn't available on iOS 8.4, but don't worry -- Apple isn't permanently getting rid of the feature to boost its Music subscriptions. Eddy Cue, the company's SVP of Internet Software and Services, has divulged on Tw...
  • Google is testing self-driving cars in Austin, Texas

    Steve Dent
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:20 pm
    Plenty of folks in Austin, Texas have spotted Google's distinctive self-driving Lexus cars recently, and now we know why. The company revealed that it's now rolling the vehicles in downtown Austin in order to "(test) our software in different driving...
  • Ex-attorney general says DOJ could negotiate with Snowden

    Mariella Moon
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:02 pm
    Edward Snowden might be able to see his family in person again -- and (if things go his way) not from behind bars, either. According to former Attorney General Eric Holder, there's a "possibility" for the Department of Justice to negotiate an agreeme...
  • The Universe might contain millions of hidden black holes

    Andrew Tarantola
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:57 pm
    Black holes are, by definition, impossible to see by conventional methods and are often further obscured by thick blankets of dust or gas. But that's not an issue for NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR). It can peek through the obsc...
  • Samsung's profits down again as it misreads demand for newest phones

    Mat Smith
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:02 pm
    Samsung predicts that its earnings from April-June of this year will likely be down four percent from last year, suggesting that sales of its newest flagship smartphones have failed to hit the mark. However, it will still be the company's highest qua...
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  • Apple will bring back Home Sharing for music on iOS 9

    Mariella Moon
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:52 am
    It sucks that Home Sharing for music isn't available on iOS 8.4, but don't worry -- Apple isn't permanently getting rid of the feature to boost its Music subscriptions. Eddy Cue, the company's SVP of Internet Software and Services, has divulged on Tw...
  • Google is testing self-driving cars in Austin, Texas

    Steve Dent
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:20 pm
    Plenty of folks in Austin, Texas have spotted Google's distinctive self-driving Lexus cars recently, and now we know why. The company revealed that it's now rolling the vehicles in downtown Austin in order to "(test) our software in different driving...
  • Ex-attorney general says DOJ could negotiate with Snowden

    Mariella Moon
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:02 pm
    Edward Snowden might be able to see his family in person again -- and (if things go his way) not from behind bars, either. According to former Attorney General Eric Holder, there's a "possibility" for the Department of Justice to negotiate an agreeme...
  • The Universe might contain millions of hidden black holes

    Andrew Tarantola
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:57 pm
    Black holes are, by definition, impossible to see by conventional methods and are often further obscured by thick blankets of dust or gas. But that's not an issue for NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR). It can peek through the obsc...
  • Samsung's profits down again as it misreads demand for newest phones

    Mat Smith
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:02 pm
    Samsung predicts that its earnings from April-June of this year will likely be down four percent from last year, suggesting that sales of its newest flagship smartphones have failed to hit the mark. However, it will still be the company's highest qua...
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  • Review: TempTraq Wearable Bluetooth Thermometer

    Phil Dzikiy
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:29 pm
    TempTraq, a Blue Spark Technologies company, has released the TempTraq Wearable Bluetooth Thermometer ($25), also known simply as TempTraq. A sticky patch designed to constantly monitor a child's temperature, TempTraq is worn directly on the skin, with the tip of the patch placed under a child's armpit. It uses Bluetooth to send live readings to a free app when a linked iOS device is within 40 feet. The app also allows users to track multiple children with multiple patches, and take notes, among other features. The patch is designed for one-time use, which makes the $25 price tag hard to…
  • News: Report: iPhone 6S may be slightly thicker than iPhone 6

    Dan Pye
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:31 am
    An alleged schematic revealed by Engadget Japan alludes to the iPhone 6S as being slightly thicker than the iPhone 6. If true, the 6S will be 7.1 mm thick, a very slight increase over the existing iPhone 6’s 6.9 mm profile. The increase in size could be explained by rumors that Force Touch will be making its iPhone debut in the new model. Sources have claimed that any change to the 6S won’t be big enough to alter how existing iPhone 6…
  • News: Apple Pay set to launch in UK on July 14?

    Dan Pye
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:28 am
    Internal communications sent to employees at multiple U.K. retailers appear to confirm that Apple Pay will be accepted for mobile payments in their country starting on July 14, 9to5Mac reports. Apple has also informed its own retail employees they’ll be getting training for Apple Pay support on July 12, just ahead of the launch date for retailers. It’s possible that Apple Pay will launch later at some stores, but July 14 seems like it…
  • News: Report: New iPhone’s base storage could stay at 16GB

    Dan Pye
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:50 am
    An examination of photos of an iPhone “6S” prototype shows that baseline models of the new phone could still start at 16GB of storage, 9to5Mac reports. Analysts agreed that a Toshiba memory chip spotted in the photos has a 16GB capacity, though whether that chip will actually ship with production models is unknown. The guts of the new model feature fewer chips and the ones that remain are notably smaller, hinting at Apple’s attempt…
  • News: Daily Deal: SplashID Pro Lifetime Plan

    Dennis Lloyd
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Today in iLounge Deals we’re offering you a Lifetime subscription to SplashID Pro for only $24.99 – that’s 75% off the normal price. Trusted by millions of people over the past 10 years, SplashID makes sure your confidential information stays safe and in sync across your Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You can sync your data using SplashID’s cloud-based sync service, over Wi-Fi, or simply keep your data locally on your device,…
 
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  • Eddy Cue says that Home Sharing for music will return in iOS 9

    Harish Jonnalagadda
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:52 pm
    In iOS 8.4, Apple removed Home Sharing for music, a feature that allows users to stream music from their iTunes Library to other devices on their Wi-Fi network. While Home Sharing for video is still available for users to stream their video content, the service's music streaming component was listed as "not currently available." Apple's Eddy Cue has since taken to Twitter to say that the feature will be re-instated in iOS 9: @inklake We are working to have Home Sharing in iOS 9.— Eddy Cue (@cue) July 6, 2015 Cue did not specify whether the feature would be enabled in the upcoming beta build…
  • The Apple Watch is a modern convenience, like a dishwasher

    Rene Ritchie
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:01 pm
    Analyst Ben Bajarin has had an Apple Watch since early April but last week he took it off, put to away, and spent a week without it. His goal was to find out how important the Watch had really become to him. And since he's an analyst, he didn't just keep note of his feelings. He kept data. From Techpinions: Apple Watch is a modern day convenience and should be understood as such. It is a convenience in the same way a dishwasher or washer/dryer or a microwave is. None of the items are absolutely necessary, yet so many of their owners can't imagine life without one. This is what my week without…
  • Apple Stores may revamp their third-party accessory displays next week

    Joseph Keller
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Apple is said to be planning to introduce new packaging for some third-party accessories in its Apple Retail Stores. Backing up reports last month that it would be re-vamping its in-store accessory displays to include fewer third-party options overall, it appears that Apple has worked with some companies to design new packaging for their products. From 9to5Mac According to a notice that Apple has sent to retail store employees, new packaging will start to appear on store shelves for accessories from Tech21, Sena, Incase, Mophie, Logitech, and Life Proof. According to the memo, the packaging…
  • These are the winners of new leather bags from Pad & Quill!

    Michelle Haag
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:30 pm
    From their iPhone and iPad cases to new Apple Watch accessories, they offer a unique and stylish line of accessories for your favorite gadgets. And now, they've outdone themselves again. Brian and Kari (Mr. and Mrs. P&Q) have designed a backpack and a briefcase that are the epitome of style and function. We teamed up with Pad & Quill to give away one of each of these to two of our readers, so let's see now who the lucky winners are! iMore reader trooperoutlaw is going to be all ready for adventure with his new leather Backpack from Pad & Quill, while aboveaverage12 will be making…
  • Hey Matt Bonner, here's how to use an iPhone 6!

    Rene Ritchie
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:21 pm
    Basketball player Matt Bonner didn't have his greatest season, but at least he can blame it on his new iPhone! Wait... what? Matt Bonner plays for the NBA's San Antonio Spurs. He's got a career average of 41.3% on 3-pointers but last season he only managed 36.5%. That's apparently due to an elbow injury—inflammation of the tendons, which is commonly referred to as "tennis elbow". The cause could be postural misalignment or unilateral motion that hasn't been identified or balanced, but Bonner seems to have something else he wants to blame—his iPhone. No, that wasn't a typo. Here's what…
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  • DeStressify PRO Review – The stress reliever app

    Roshan
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:55 am
    I have a playlist on my iPhone called “Nature Sounds” that I listen to whenever I find myself to be in a bad mood. It really helps me relax and I’m sure that many of you also have similar tricks to relieve stress. DeSressify PRO is a new iOS app from Stress Refuge, which brings an extensive set of scientifically proven methods for the same, right to the palm of your hand. DeStressify, as the name suggests, aims to take the stress out of your life, in order to achieve complete mental, emotional and physical well-being. And it does so by providing meditations, cross…
  • 10 best Apple Watch docks and stands

    Antony
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:24 am
    The Apple Watch is a work of art that deserves all the attention that it’s getting. However, there is no point of having such a high-quality piece of art, just to shove it anywhere. It is also shameful to just plug it at the end of the day like any other rechargeable battery. You need to display it proudly. Let it dazzle others even when it is away from your wrist. Fortunately, you can do all that and at the same time recharge your watch using an Apple watch dock/stand. Below are some of the best stands in the market. Spigen Apple Watch Stand Spigen are quite popular for their quality phone…
  • Stick World Review – An endless RPG game

    Roshan
    22 Jun 2015 | 4:25 pm
    Pick and play is probably my favourite genre of games. They have minimal rules, just a couple of controls and are really addictive, which makes them perfect for playing while waiting in a queue. Pancake – The Game and Dextris have been my favourites for this purpose but Stick World seems to be a compelling one. Stick World has your default hero who looks like Buddha, standing by the edge of a cliff. There is a series of towers ahead of him and he needs to continue his journey to enlightenment, without falling off the edge of the screen. Tap and hold to see a stick growing vertically…
  • MyTrainer by Jon Gunn Review – A fitness tool unlike any other

    Roshan
    18 Jun 2015 | 2:58 pm
    Health and Fitness is one of the most thriving categories in the App Store. However, most of them use an automated system for giving you advice and tips, or simply host some videos and animations of workouts. And still worse is the fact that each app is just a clone of the one before it. MyTrainer by Jon Gunn is a new player which aims to bring a personalised and innovative touch to this sometimes boring segment. Jon Gunn has been a personal trainer for 6 years and inspired by the request of one of his clients, he set out to create an app which would allow better interaction between fitness…
  • FLIR ONE turns your iPhone into a heat vision camera

    Roshan
    12 Jun 2015 | 4:15 am
    FLIR Systems is a well known name in the thermal imaging industry. They have been manufacturing high-end equipments for the same since 1978 and now they have brought their expertise to a revolutionary new device, the FLIR ONE. It is the world’s first personal heat-imaging device and comes as an accessory for your iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. The FLIR ONE is basically a two-piece case for the 4-inch iPhones. The first snap-on part acts as an anchor for the second slide-in piece and the latter bears the heat sensor. The case connects to the iPhone via the built-in lightning port. Now fire…
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  • Eddy Cue Tweet: music Home Sharing may return in iOS 9

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:06 pm
    In the fallout about music not being able to be shared with Apple's Home Sharing feature to iOS 8.4 devices, Apple's Eddy Cue has responded on Twitter. In response to the barrage of coverage about the popular feature's absence, the executive has responded with a brief, carefully constructed Tweet, saying only that "We are working to have Home Sharing in iOS 9."...
  • The MacNN Podcast, episode 22: The Sound of (Apple) Music

    6 Jul 2015 | 6:16 pm
    Time once again for another episode of The MacNN Podcast, this time episode 22! Since it was quite a notable week, this week's chat between Editor Charles, Managing Editor Mike, and staffers Michelle, Bradley, and Sanjiv is pretty jam-packed. The big story of the week was the launch of Apple Music, and we spend time on both the good and bad of that, but we talk about a lot more as well. Show notes after the jump....
  • Daily Deals: Ultra HD Dell monitor, MSI notebook, Canon EOS Rebel T5i

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. We've wiped the slate clean of all old deals, with the new batch including an Ultra HD monitor from Dell, an MSI gaming notebook, and a massive Canon EOS Rebel T5i bundle....
  • Editorial: Taking off the Apple Watch for one week

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:55 pm
    "Quick proposal," began the message from managing editor Mike Wuerthele. "How about not wearing your Apple Watch for seven days?" I've just gulped typing those words to you and it's some hours since the message. When this happened I was a little bit more tetchy, explaining that I couldn't do this because – quite reasonably – "I hate you." Only, it's a good idea. My Watch has become part of my regular life, an unthinking and automatic part of it, so doing without it for a time will make me think about it. Surely I'll be better positioned to quantify what I missed, surely I'll be…
  • NBA star claims iPhone related injury responsible for lower accuracy

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:53 pm
    A NBA player is blaming the screen size of Apple's iPhone 6 plus for a persistent arm injury. San Antonio Spurs player Matt Bonner is citing his own experience, as well as that of his training staff for the claim that the larger device necessitating a longer reach across the device as well as changes in use habits is responsible for his tennis elbow-like injury....
 
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  • Hacking Team hack reveals why you shouldn't jailbreak your iPhone

    6 Jul 2015 | 4:20 pm
    An Italian firm with the appropriate name Hacking Team suffered a massive breach in its company data Sunday, and 400GB of internal documents so far have been released and are being analyzed by reporters and security researchers. Hacking Team’s customers are government agencies, including both law enforcement and national security, and the ostensibly legal software it sells to help them intercept communications includes not-yet-exploited vulnerabilities, known as zero-days. Much has been speculated before and after Edward Snowden’s release of a trove of National Security Agency (NSA)…
  • Instagram bumps up photo resolution to 1080 pixels

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:15 pm
    Instagram is increasing the size of pictures users of its mobile app are allowed to post, finally opening the door of the photo sharing service to much more detailed images. The iOS and Android apps are gradually being updated to store and display photos that are 1080 pixels by 1080 pixels in size, an Instagram spokeswoman said Monday, adding that most users should already have this update. She declined to comment on when Instagram began rolling out the update and when it expects to finish. The spokeswoman also declined to comment if the resolution improvement will also be available in the…
  • Solving OS X problems: Finding old utilities, removing a partition, and migrating data

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:59 am
    This week, Mac 911 focuses on OS X and things that are missing or migrating. I answer questions about deauthorizing software on a Mac before a migration, where to find old Wi-Fi utility software and firmware, deleting a Fusion drive’s extra partition, and a small array of Migration Assistant questions.Deauthorizing OS X software before a transition Philip Shook asks: Is there a place on OS X Yosemite to find programs that are currently authorized on my Mac? I am specifically interested in those that must be deauthorized before moving to a new device. I’m already aware iTunes must be. As…
  • Why compatibility isn't just a computer problem anymore

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:22 am
    Some people I know who dearly love their Sonos speaker systems were feeling nervous this week as Apple launched Apple Music. Would Sonos support Apple Music, and vice versa? Some tweets from Sonos and Apple made it clear that it would, and those Sonos-using friends gave a sigh of relief. But it struck me that this is yet another example of how conflicting compatibility between hardware and services can frustrate consumers, making us regret our purchases even of otherwise fine devices. In the competition between different standards, between online services, and plenty of other areas, there’s…
  • What Apple Music Connect needs to succeed

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:36 am
    Apple Music’s Connect is designed to foster connections between artists and fans, but there’s not much to love yet on either front. For listeners, Connect is pretty bare-bones and hasn’t offered much in the way of new content. Musician and iOS app designer Dave Wiskus says it’s not great for artists yet, either. In a Friday blog post, Wiskus detailed his near-disastrous attempt at uploading a new song to share on Connect. Embedding a song to share on the platform is riddled with difficulties, a far cry from the ease of uploading to SoundCloud. Artists have to make the clip they want…
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  • Apple to Redesign Third-Party Accessory-Maker Packaging for Apple Stores

    István Fekete
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:10 pm
    Apple has informed its retail store employees that, starting next week, third-party accessories will appear in new packaging co-designed by the company. The move seems to be part of Apple’s effort to control the customer experience. As the memo obtained by 9to5Mac suggests, the company has been working with third-party accessory-makers for the past six months to redesign boxes to match the packaging of Apple’s products. The results are in, so Apple is making preparations to reduce the amount of accessories available in store with old packaging and replace them with the new ones. You’ll…
  • Rapper Records Full Album in SoHo Apple Store After Laptop Dies

    István Fekete
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:37 pm
    Have you ever considered recording a music album in an Apple Store? If not, here is a trick the rapper Prince Harvey whispered to the Daily Beast (via 9to5Mac): if you happen to live in New York, you can go to the SoHo Apple Store and start recording on any of the exposed machines. It’s free. The rapper claims that his laptop and external drive died, and he had no money to record his album. The solution? The Apple Store, which became his second home after a pair of employees bent corporate rules to help him record the album. Every night, a memory wipe is scheduled on the exposed machines,…
  • Reload your Starbucks iPhone App with your VISA, Get $5 Bonus Reward

    Gary Ng
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:25 pm
    If you are a frequent user of the Starbucks iPhone app, reloading your registered Starbucks card for a minimum amount of $25 with a valid Visa Debit or credit card can get you a $5 Starbucks eGift, as part of a limited time promo right now. To Get Your Reward, Follow These Easy Steps: Step 1: Open the Mobile App Step 2: Use Your VISA® Debit or Credit Card to Reload $25 Step 3: Get Your $5 eGift Starbucks says the limited promo runs from today until July 19, 2015 at 11:59 EST, or until 7,500 qualified My Starbucks Rewards members redeem it. You’ll get your $5 eGift sent to your email…
  • The Globe and Mail for iOS Updated with Improvements Based on User Feedback

    Gary Ng
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:08 pm
    The Globe and Mail for iOS was revamped back in May of this year and since the update, many readers have provided their feedback to the news organization. The company has taken user feedback into consideration with today’s latest update. What’s new now is the Top Headlines section is accessible on both iPhone and iPad and brings the latest stories from top coverages sections. The iPhone also got an update, now showing the top stories for a specific edition, followed by a list of headlines from other main sections. There are now new sections for Sports and Life & Arts, with each…
  • How to Set Up Sleep Timer for Beats 1 and Apple Music

    Usman
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:54 pm
    If you like to like to listen to Beats 1 and Apple Music while falling asleep, we have great news for you as the folks over at iMore have shared a simple method on how to set up a sleep timer on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch while enjoying Apple’s new music streaming service. Turns out, all iOS devices comes with a sleep timer built right in. Here’s what you need to do to set it up correctly: Step 1: Select the music you want playing. Step 2: Launch the ‘Clock’ app from your Home screen. Step 3: Tap the ‘Timer’ tab and using the picker, set the amount of time you…
 
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  • How to Listen to Beats 1 on Apple Music

    Ben Steward
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:59 pm
    In addition to the customized radio features of Apple Music, there is also the Beats1 radio, a live stream of music curated by some of the world’s top DJs. Check out how to listen to Beats1 in Apple Music on the iPhone 6. Open the Music app. Tap on the Radio tab at the bottom. […]
  • How to Filter Unknown Senders on iPhone 6

    Ben Steward
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:50 pm
    Mass marketers and spammers have caught up with the times. In addition to the annoying phone calls, companies are now sending unwanted text messages as well. On the iPhone, there is a solution. Check out how to filter messages from unknown numbers on your iPhone 6. Open the Settings app. Tap on the Messages menu. Enable the […]
  • How to Change Text Size and Boldness on iPhone 6

    Ben Steward
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:41 pm
    The majority of what people do on their smartphones is read. So of course you want to have the best experience for this extremely common activity. Check out how to adjust the size and thickness of the text on your iPhone 6.     Open the Settings app. Tap on the Display & Brightness menu. […]
  • Favorite and Recent Contacts in Multitasking Switcher on iPhone 6

    Ben Steward
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:38 pm
    The iPhone’s phone app has a favorites list because Apple knows that you have a handful of people that you contact more often than anyone else. With the latest version of the iPhone’s software, it’s now even easier to get in touch. Check out how to use the Recent Contacts shortcut on your iPhone 6. […]
  • Advanced Mail Features on iPhone 6

    Ben Steward
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:31 pm
    iOS 8 brought with it a lot of cool features and improvements across many of the default apps, and the Mail app is no exception. Check out how to use the new gestures in the Mail app to make email even faster on your iPhone 6. Open the Mail app. In your Inbox, swipe right […]
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  • Review: DocReviewPad -- review and annotate documents on the iPad

    Jeff Richardson
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:14 pm
    LIT SOFTWARE is one of the best publishers of iPad apps designed for lawyers.  The TrialPad app lets you present evidence at trial.  The TranscriptPad app lets you review and annotate deposition transcripts (and is one of the most useful apps in my law practice).  Yesterday, LIT SOFTWARE released its third app for the iPad, and it is called DocReviewPad.  To me, DocReviewPad is sort of like TranscriptPad for documents.  The app lets you easily review, annotate and apply codes to documents as you review them on your iPad, and then export documents for production.  The app applies Bates…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:18 pm
    If your office is closed tomorrow (like mine is) then I hope you enjoy the long Fourth of July weekend.  If you are looking for something to keep your weekend entertaining, I strongly recommend that you update your iPhone to iOS 8.4 so that you can start to use the new Apple Music service.  I've been using it for the last two days, and I'm really impressed.  It is great fun to listen to any music I can think of.  For example, I had been thinking about checking out the new albums from Barenaked Ladies and the Indigo Girls, and with Apple Music it was quick and easy to do so.  I…
  • [Sponsor] Bushel -- manage the iPhones and iPads in your organization

    Jeff Richardson
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:05 pm
    A big thank you to Bushel for becoming a new sponsor of iPhone J.D. this month.  Bushel provides you with a way to manage all of the Apple devices in your organization — iPhones, iPads, and even Macs — through cloud-based Mobile Device Management. What can you do with Bushel?  You can automatically install apps from the App Store to all of the devices in your organization at once.  You can see an inventory of all of the devices that you are managing in your organization. including what users are using each device, which apps you have installed on the devices.  You can also…
  • Apple Music starts today

    Jeff Richardson
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:05 pm
    The new Apple Music service starts today.  And because there is a three month free trial, that means that all iPhone users are getting free music.  It all starts at 8am Pacific / 11am Eastern today, when Apple will make the iOS 8.4 update available.  Update your iPhone (or iPad), and then you will see a new version of the Music app, including tens of millions of songs that you can listen to, for free.  There is really no reason for you to not check it out, and I plan to do so.  Here are the details. Features With the new Music app and the Apple Music service, you get basically three…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:02 pm
    A family law attorney wrote me this week to say that she is looking for a way to take text messages between her client and the adverse party and present them in a format that looks good at trial — something better than just a series of screen shots.  I told her that I have heard of attorneys using the Stitch It! app for this purpose, an app that aligns screenshots to produce what looks like one long screenshot.  But perhaps some of you have a better way to make iPhone text messages look good at trial, and if you do, please post a comment to this post or send me an email.  And now, the…
 
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  • 'Avernum 2: Crystal Souls' Is Back On The App Store

    Shaun Musgrave
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:04 pm
    Friends, 2015 has been an emotional roller-coaster for mobile RPG fans. There's been the business with The World Ends With You [$17.99 / $19.99 (HD)] and its update, the teasing of a new Baldur's Gate game, and the long-awaited announcement of Final Fantasy 7. Then there was Avernum 2: Crystal Souls [$9.99 (HD)], a release that seemed as open-and-shut as anything you could imagine. That is, until it wasn't. Just before Crystal Souls launched, Apple released iOS 8.3, an update that seemed to cause a few more compatibility issues than the average incremental update. Unfortunately, Crystal Souls…
  • The Fantastic Mobile RPG Series 'The Quest' Has Returned To Its Owners

    Shaun Musgrave
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:14 pm
    Has iOS been around long enough now to start talking about some of its earlier releases as classics? If so, Redshift's early 2009 port of their Pocket PC RPG The Quest [$4.99] surely must qualify. The initial release alone offered dozens of hours of exploration, solving quests, navigating treacherous dungeons, and battling deadly creatures. If that wasn't enough to slake your thirst for adventure, the game also received 16 expansions, each one giving you another 30+ hours of fun. The Quest in its entirety is likely one of the biggest RPGs on the App Store, and it's just as much fun today as…
  • Need a 'CivMiner' Clan, or Need Members? Trade Clan Codes Here.

    Carter Dotson
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:01 pm
    Are you playing CivMiner [Free], the spinoff of CivCrafter [Free]? It's fun and weirdly compelling, more than a game about tapping rocks should be. I recommend checking it out. And if you've done so, then you might know that the clan system from CivCrafter is back. You can even import your clan from that game into CivMiner, but maybe it's time for something new. So if you're starting a clan and need new members, feel free to post your clan code in the comments below. And if you need a clan to join, helping to get oil and fossils for your clan to climb the top of the leaderboards. I want…
  • 'The Abduction of Bacon at Dawn, the Chronicles of a Brave Rooster' Review - A Swine-tastic Platformer

    Eric Ford
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:15 pm
    For those that dig on swine, bacon seems to have such a magical allure that people will put it on the craziest things just to enjoy it. Bacon’s mysterious power even translates to the video game world, where even a rooster will do everything within its power to save the world’s bacon supply from being abducted by aliens. If the thought of such a ridiculous premise appeals to you, you’ll enjoy The Abduction of Bacon at Dawn, the Chronicles of a Brave Rooster [$2.99]. It not only hits the mark in terms of theme but it’s a fun little platformer in its own right as well. From a gameplay…
  • Fireproof Games Shows New 'The Room Three' Screenshots

    Tasos Lazarides
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Apologies are always nice, but they feel even better when accompanied by an apology gift. Fireproof Games, of The Room [$0.99 (HD)] fame, issued an apology on its Facebook page today for the lack of any updates on the upcoming The Room Three and tried to make up for that lack with two brand new, and absolutely gorgeous, screenshots. The company used a similar tactic a few months ago to apologize for yet another delay. According to the developers, the iterative nature of game development (unsurprisingly) always takes longer than expected, so the company doesn't yet feel comfortable giving…
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  • The Rook is EE's £49 4G handset

    Chris Hall
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:01 pm
    EE has announced a new addition to its bird-named handsets with the launch of the Rook. The Rook joins the line-up that includes the Harrier and Harrier Mini, but this model is available for just £49 for new customers, or £39 for existing customers....
  • HTC Aero: Everything we know about HTC's next hero phone

    Elyse Betters
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:48 pm
    HTC's last two flagships released with nearly indentical designs, but now, for the first time in a couple of years, it's getting ready to break away from tradition and launch a new smartphone line. Or at least that's what all the latest reports, rumours,...
  • Microsoft's new Tossup app for iOS and Android makes it easier to meet with friends

    Elyse Betters
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:57 pm
    Have you ever tried texting a group of friends, hoping to make plans for the weekend, and then, of course, nothing pans out for whatever reason, and you're stuck at home alone with your two cats and Netflix? No? Just us? Well, the Microsoft Garage team...
  • Microsoft just killed Xbox Music but will still let you get your groove on

    Elyse Betters
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:07 pm
    Say goodbye to Xbox Music and hello to Groove. Microsoft has announced the Xbox Music brand is no more. But the service is still alive and well. The company explained in a blog post that it has rebranded the service to Groove, because "Groove describes...
  • Amazon's Cloud Drive app is finally here, but you can't do much with it

    Elyse Betters
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:00 am
    Amazon has long offered a cloud-storage service, but now, for the first time, it's getting a bit more fully featured and useful for people who primarily work from their phone or tablet. Amazon's cloud-computing division - called Amazon Web Services -...
 
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  • DeStressify PRO Review – The stress reliever app

    Roshan
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:55 am
    I have a playlist on my iPhone called “Nature Sounds” that I listen to whenever I find myself to be in a bad mood. It really helps me relax and I’m sure that many of you also have similar tricks to relieve stress. DeSressify PRO is a new iOS app from Stress Refuge, which brings an extensive set of scientifically proven methods for the same, right to the palm of your hand. DeStressify, as the name suggests, aims to take the stress out of your life, in order to achieve complete mental, emotional and physical well-being. And it does so by providing meditations, cross…
  • 10 best Apple Watch docks and stands

    Antony
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:24 am
    The Apple Watch is a work of art that deserves all the attention that it’s getting. However, there is no point of having such a high-quality piece of art, just to shove it anywhere. It is also shameful to just plug it at the end of the day like any other rechargeable battery. You need to display it proudly. Let it dazzle others even when it is away from your wrist. Fortunately, you can do all that and at the same time recharge your watch using an Apple watch dock/stand. Below are some of the best stands in the market. Spigen Apple Watch Stand Spigen are quite popular for their quality phone…
  • Stick World Review – An endless RPG game

    Roshan
    22 Jun 2015 | 4:25 pm
    Pick and play is probably my favourite genre of games. They have minimal rules, just a couple of controls and are really addictive, which makes them perfect for playing while waiting in a queue. Pancake – The Game and Dextris have been my favourites for this purpose but Stick World seems to be a compelling one. Stick World has your default hero who looks like Buddha, standing by the edge of a cliff. There is a series of towers ahead of him and he needs to continue his journey to enlightenment, without falling off the edge of the screen. Tap and hold to see a stick growing vertically…
  • MyTrainer by Jon Gunn Review – A fitness tool unlike any other

    Roshan
    18 Jun 2015 | 2:58 pm
    Health and Fitness is one of the most thriving categories in the App Store. However, most of them use an automated system for giving you advice and tips, or simply host some videos and animations of workouts. And still worse is the fact that each app is just a clone of the one before it. MyTrainer by Jon Gunn is a new player which aims to bring a personalised and innovative touch to this sometimes boring segment. Jon Gunn has been a personal trainer for 6 years and inspired by the request of one of his clients, he set out to create an app which would allow better interaction between fitness…
  • FLIR ONE turns your iPhone into a heat vision camera

    Roshan
    12 Jun 2015 | 4:15 am
    FLIR Systems is a well known name in the thermal imaging industry. They have been manufacturing high-end equipments for the same since 1978 and now they have brought their expertise to a revolutionary new device, the FLIR ONE. It is the world’s first personal heat-imaging device and comes as an accessory for your iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. The FLIR ONE is basically a two-piece case for the 4-inch iPhones. The first snap-on part acts as an anchor for the second slide-in piece and the latter bears the heat sensor. The case connects to the iPhone via the built-in lightning port. Now fire…
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  • 100 Essential Apps

    Leslie
    2 Jul 2015 | 4:24 pm
    A list of 100 Essential Apps for iPad/iPhone that will improve your lifestyle! Although I can’t guarantee anything… Not all will work on both iPhone/iPod and iPad and the prices may vary depending on location and iOS. 1. Facebook – Free Got Facebook? Of course you have! The most popular website for Social Networking has got a free App which is easy to navigate and looks appealing. Now you can be anti-social and social at the same time! What, you don’t have a Facebook? Maybe you should just stick to writing letters. 2. Angry Birds – £0.59/$0.99 Perhaps not the most…
  • What Are The Two Biggest Complaints That Frustrate Newbie iOS Developers?

    Leslie
    15 Apr 2015 | 6:36 pm
    Does this sound familiar? “I would love to do iPhone development but I just don’t have the time to wade through the obtuse and elitist tools required to master iOS programming.” I’ll bet this describes at least some of you out there right? The reason I know this is that late last year I asked my readers what their biggest sticking points were. The overwhelming response to this question could be summarized by two words: Time and Tools. Who Has A Massive Time Surplus? The answer to this is: almost no-one. Maybe if you’re still a student or a recent grad and are very excited about…
  • Understanding Subclassing

    Leslie
    27 Jan 2015 | 5:32 pm
    This means that if you have code in one class that you would like to reuse in another class you can create a subclass. The original class is called the superclass and the subclass gets all the code in the superclass. You can also add additional code to the subclass. Programmers do this all the time which creates a hierarchy like the graphic at the top of this page. The Super And Self Keywords If you haven’t yet groked the relationship between classes and objects the details of this can get confusing. For instance, take a look at the init override that you get from Xcode’s code library:…
  • Chapter Nine: How To Create Your Own Classes

    Leslie
    15 Jan 2015 | 5:27 pm
    At some point you will want to define your own classes to use in your app. So now let’s expand on the notion of object oriented programming by showing you how to implement your own custom classes. At this point you should be familiar with using existing objects in code; but you also need to be able to create your own types of objects. Sub-Classes One of the most common things that you will be doing with classes is something called sub-classing. As you can guess the iPhone has classes already in place to do things like present data tables, present windows and so on. Usually you will be…
  • Working with Multiple Targets in Xcode + Code Reuse, Part One

    Leslie
    12 Dec 2012 | 4:12 am
    Have you ever wanted to share code between apps? I have and honestly, code reuse with Xcode (in particular between apps) is not as straightforward as you might imagine. You do have some options which I’ll talk about here and once you get something set up this problem will be solved easily. The reason I started looking into this was because I wanted to release several variations of my app (or rather my app’s database engine).  Previously, I have done this by simply copying the core libraries as needed.  Essentially, each app of mine would have it’s own Xcode project and point (or have…
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  • Apple Music and Beats 1 goes live with iOS 8.4 software update

    Ravin
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:11 pm
    Apple earlier today released iOS 8.4 software update that brings Apple’s on demand music streaming service to the world. Apple Music was first introduced during this years WWDC. The service is now live in more than 100 countries. The new service is very similar to Beats Music which has been shut down post Apple Music launch. You may recall Beats was acquired by Apple in May last year for $3 billion. After installing iOS 8.4 when you launch the Music app, your iOS device will prompt you to start the three month free trial. Once you confirm the subscription you are greeted with the set…
  • Apple updates iPhone 6 World Gallery films with new videos

    Ravin
    26 Jun 2015 | 1:41 am
    Apple launched its “shot on iPhone 6″ campaign in March this year which features photos taken by users. The campaign was recently expanded to include videos and now the company has featured select 15 seconds video clips and posted them on its website. Apple updated its video collection on Thursday by adding two new videos titled “Shot on iPhone 6 by Jirasak P.” and “Shot on iPhone 6 by Willian P.” The new clips added to the “World Gallery films” showcase slow motion capabilities of the iPhone 6. “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign turned…
  • Apple changes course, will pay artists during free trial of Apple Music

    Ravin
    22 Jun 2015 | 4:39 am
    We recently reported on mixed reaction from eminent artists towards Apple Music’s free-trial policy regarding payments. The company was trying to negotiate deals with record labels and artists to pay them 71.5% revenue share which is higher than the industry standard while paying nothing during the three month free-trial of the service. Taylor Swift on her tumblr blog posted details about why she wouldn’t let Apple stream her latest album 1989 on Apple Music. She had many words to praise Apple for “innovation and pushing the right boundaries” however, she clearly…
  • Apple Music receives mixed reaction from few eminent artists and record labels

    Ravin
    19 Jun 2015 | 10:47 am
    Apple Music is all-set to go live on June 30 with the release of iOS 8.4 software update. During WWDC 2015 Apple announced that the streaming music service will offer a generous three-month free trial period for all users. Record labels and independent artists are now expressing their concerns over the free trial. The Beggars Group, one of the largest independent group labels in Europe has published their thoughts on its official blog. The group says that have not come to an agreement with the new service. The group is concerned about artists losing remuneration during the three-month…
  • iOS 9 takes on challenging these 5 thriving app store categories

    Ravin
    14 Jun 2015 | 5:12 am
    iOS 9 preview during WWDC 2015 gave us a sneak preview of the upcoming software update for Apple’s mobile devices. The next major update for iOS offers many new features and performance enhancement. On the other hand, iOS 9 and iOS 8.4 also take on challenging third-party developers who currently offer apps in 5 thriving app store categories. Many developers behind the apps in these categories are venture-backed and now Apple has become their competitor. Here are the 5 categories that will be deeply impacted by iOS 9 and iOS 8.4. Music Apple Music will be available on June 30 as a…
 
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  • ‘Furdemption’ Review: Almost Purrfect

    Chris Reed
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:47 pm
    This puzzle platformer may be soaked in feline blood, but that doesn’t make it any less fantastic. From Touch Arcade’s 5 out of 5 star review: The game has plenty of content, with 100 progressively-harder levels and more coming according to the developers. The beta version included a level designer, but the developers pulled it to focus on the game and plan on adding it in a future update. A level designer with shareable levels would give this game immense replayability because of all the different components already in the game. Even without the level designer, the game more…
  • Lonnie Plays ‘Clash of Clans’ Follow-Up ‘Smash Land’

    Chris Reed
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:40 pm
    Perhaps you’ve heard of Supercell, the makers of a little game called Clash of Clans. (Right, the game with a Super Bowl commercial starring Liam Neeson.) Their latest is Smash Land, a game that’s currently soft-launched in Canada. To see what to expect when it comes here, check out Lonnie’s got the rundown. The post Lonnie Plays ‘Clash of Clans’ Follow-Up ‘Smash Land’ appeared first on Slide to Play. More about »The post Lonnie Plays ‘Clash of Clans’ Follow-Up ‘Smash Land’ is from Slide To Play via YouTube.
  • ‘Fort Meow’ Review: Cat Physics

    Chris Reed
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:33 pm
    This physics puzzler is about creating forts to fend off the cats trying to get your attention. From 148Apps’s 3.5 out of 5 star review: A lot of Fort Meow’s charm keeps you in a forgiving mood, not least because of the cats becoming hardier and you also learn more about your Grandfather through his journal. It is a little on the short side though, and such issues stop Fort Meow from becoming one of the greats. The post ‘Fort Meow’ Review: Cat Physics appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Fort Meow »The post ‘Fort Meow’ Review: Cat Physics is from…
  • ‘Samurai Blitz’ Review: Fresh but Familiar

    Chris Reed
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:29 pm
    Pocket Gamer has rung in on the quality of the endless runner Samurai Blitz and found it to be pretty freaking good. From the 8 out of 10 review: Combined with a double jump ability, you’ll find yourself capable of chaining elaborate slice-hops to rack up the combos. It’s deliciously moreish. There are a number of scenery changes, boss characters, and unlockable scrolls and swords, but in truth you’re just doing the same thing repeatedly – and in this case, that’s just fine. The post ‘Samurai Blitz’ Review: Fresh but Familiar appeared first on Slide…
  • New Screenshots for ‘The Room Three’

    Chris Reed
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:25 pm
    Developer Fireproof Games has released two new screenshots for the upcoming sequel The Room Three. If you dig environmental puzzles and you haven’t played the first two games, you had better fix that before the three-quel launches. From Touch Arcade: Fireproof Games has stated that for the third game in the series, it aims to take the mysterious story and puzzle solving to higher and weirder places, which, as you’ll know if you’ve played either of the two earlier games, is quite the promise. The Room and its sequel drip with dread and foreboding and deliver a great…
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  • Timewinder: Interval Timer & Task Manager

    Cyrus
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:49 am
    Timers are useful to have whether you want to set up custom workout programs or get more done everyday. We have covered plenty of interval timers in the past. Timewinder for iPhone and Apple Watch happens to be an attractive app with templates you can use to share your timers with others. The app lets you customize your timers easily. Timewinder supports custom text, sounds, and picture for each interval. The built-in voice recorder lets you add voice clips for each interval. You can customize steps and other settings quickly. The app also works with your smartwatch to keep you on the right…
  • Glass Planner for iPhone

    Cyrus
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:18 am
    We all would love to get more done on a daily basis. Some of us need a plan to stick to though. Glass Planner happens to be an elegant planning tool that helps you manage your to-dos like a pro on your smartphone. In transforms your calender into an action list, so you can get more things done on a daily basis. Glass Planner lets you manage your tasks right in your calendar. You see what’s coming up and can be done on any given day. The app not only has a beautiful calendar, it stays synced with your Apple Calendar events. You can attach checklists to your items or use tags to group…
  • Walmart Grocery for iPhone: Order Fresh & Frozen Items

    Cyrus
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    There was a time when you had to visit stores to pick up grocery items. In the future, you will be able to order almost everything online. There are already a bunch of companies that can bring fresh and frozen items to you. Walmart Grocery for iPhone happens be such an app. You will be able to order fresh produce, baked goods, meat, and other items. Walmart Grocery lets you add items to your cart from the app. You can search for products or browse aisles by department. Once you are done ordering, you can reserve pickup and delivery times. You do need to enter your zip code to make sure the…
  • Enlight for iPhone: Edit Your Photo

    Cyrus
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:09 am
    Photo editors for iPhone have been around for quite a while. They make it easier to apply filters to your photos and make changes before sharing them with the world. Enlight for iPhone happens to be an elegant app that helps you create amazing photos on your smartphone. It gives you control over tone, color, and provides you with the option to blend effects. Enlight lets you mix two photos. You can use it to fix under or over-exposed photos. There are also tools allowing you to reshape specific objects in photos, change image quality, rotate photos, and more. Enlight lets you compare your…
  • Chartcube for iPhone

    Cyrus
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:48 am
    Many of us have had to visualize data for our work. You don’t always need fancy tools to visualize your data. Chartcube for iPhone happens to be a useful tool that lets you visualize data from a spreadsheet. It lets you create an interactive chart and share it with others. Chartcube lets you create a cube by emailing a spreadsheet to a unique e-mail address. The charts you create with this app are interactive, so you can swipe to pivot or double tap to drill down. It is also possible to comment on what you have created. Chartcube makes it easy to visualize your data and collaborate with…
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  • This Week at 148Apps: June 29-July 3, 2015

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:01 pm
    Into July With 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. Divide By Sheep Mathematics shouldn’t be as fun as Divide By Sheep makes it. Your job is to rescue sheep from the Grim Reaper by flinging them from island to island,…
  • Sonic Runners Guide

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:30 am
    Despite its flaws, Sonic Runners' platforming action is actually quite fun. Though it can be a little more complicated than old-school Sonic games. Here's how to make sure you're up to speed when jumping in. [Read more]
  • Things Are Heating Up in Beast Quest's New Volcanic World (Not Sorry)

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:45 am
    The worlds of Beast Quest can be harch and unforgiving, so what better to add to the roster than an active volcano? [Read more]
  • UNWYND - Tips, Tricks, and Strategies on How to Unwind and be the Best at This Puzzler

    6 Jul 2015 | 6:03 am
    Just downloaded UNWYND and not sure where to start? I don’t blame you. It’s a fun game but a little confusing, especially early on. Multiple solutions means you don’t need a walkthrough, but here are some helpful tips and tricks on how best to get the hang of everything. Starting Out [Read more]
  • Rage of Bahamut is Giving Almost All of its Events the Axe

    2 Jul 2015 | 4:45 pm
    The App Store isn't what it used to be back in 2012, so it's not unexpected to see some games changing their structures with the times. Now we can add Rage of Bahamut to that list with the recent announcement that the game is severely cutting back on the number of events it holds. [Read more]
 
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  • RainMachine Mini-8: Smart WiFi Irrigation Controller

    Ci
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:26 am
    Watering your plants properly all year long is important. You wouldn’t want to waste water though. The RainMachine Mini-8 happens to be a smart irrigation controller that connects to your home network and adjusts your watering amount depending on weather conditions and other factors. The device downloads weather data using your exact street location. It uses historical weather stats when no forecast data is available. The RainMachine is compatible with iOS and Android devices. As the name suggests, it supports 8 zones. You can control zones using an illuminated touch keypad on the…
  • RevoBot: Body Gravity Board w/ Bluetooth

    Ci
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:23 am
    Meet the RevoBot: a personal mobility device that helps you get around. It has an advanced control board system that allows it to navigate sharp turns easily. The RevoBot has a top speed of 7 mph and a range of up to 12 miles on a full charge. It is Bluetooth-enabled, so it can connect to your smartphone to play your favorite music.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post RevoBot: Body Gravity Board w/ Bluetooth appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Mikme Wireless Recording Microphone for Smartphones

    Ci
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:18 am
    In the past few months, we have covered plenty of awesome microphones for smartphones. Mikme happens to be another quality microphone designed to take your recording experience to a new level. This wireless device captures audio at the push of a button. It has 8 GB of internal storage space and records audio in 24 bit, up to 96kHz quality.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Mikme Wireless Recording Microphone for Smartphones appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • 5 Smart Digital Scales for iPhone & iPad

    Ci
    5 Jul 2015 | 6:19 am
    In the past couple of years, we have covered plenty of smart cookers and appliances that work with your iPhone / iPad to help you get things done faster in the kitchen. Your smart kitchen would not be complete without a smart digital scale though. Here are 5 digital scales you don’t want to miss: Drop Kitchen Scale: helps you prepare your recipes faster. It scales your recipes and lets you substitute ingredients easily. With its auto-progress feature, you don’t have to touch your iPad with a dirty hand. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 5 Smart Digital Scales for iPhone &…
  • 5 Apple Watch Apps for Dating

    Ci
    4 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    The Apple Watch is a great tool to use to keep up with your notifications and monitor your health. But you can do a whole lot more with it as there are already plenty of decent apps available for it. Here are 5 Apple Watch apps for those of interested in online dating: OkCupid Dating: helps you find matches near your location. The app ranks your matches based on the factors important to you.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 5 Apple Watch Apps for Dating appeared first on iPhoneNess.
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  • Triangulae in Review – Don’t worry, there’s no math involved

    Eric Pankoke
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:41 am
    Triangulae is a puzzle game that seems to be following this delightful new trend of not being a 2048 clone or physics puzzler or “insert your favorite popular puzzle genre here”.  In fact, I’m pleased to say that I don’t think I’ve played anything quite like it before.  It’s got all the bases covered with three different game play modes for different types of players, the mechanics are simple to master while the game itself isn’t, and there’s enough challenge to satisfy most typical gamers.  Puzzle gamers, prepare to add another gem into your collection. If you adhere to…
  • Looking for a bargain for the 4th? How about 10 Tons of them?

    Eric Pankoke
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:57 pm
    Are you interested in finding some entertaining games to help kill some time over the 4th of July weekend?  10tons Ltd. is happy to oblige by putting all of its iOS games on sale.  This includes the great marble popper series Sparkle, wonderful matching games like the Azkend series and Heroes Of Kalevala, and quirky puzzle fare like King Oddball.  For a full list of games check out their iTunes page here: 10tons on iTunes And here’s what TouchMyApps has to say about some of their titles: Sparkle 2 Review King Oddball Review Azkend 2 HD Review Heroes of Kalevala Review Abundante!
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [6/30/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:01 pm
    What do Stan Lee, Alexey Pajitnov (you know, the Tetris guy), and 8 other creators have in common? They’re all on the list this week. Stan Lee has already given us so many cool Superhero based properties in one medium or another, and with Stan Lee’s Hero Command he just keeps on giving. You take control of one of three (or technically 4, since one choice is twins) new characters and make your way through several missions that come straight from the cheesy and loveable imagination of one of the industry’s greats. Multicross, on the other hand, is the next evolution of Tetris, which so…
  • Got Goldfish in Trouble? Now Get Some Extras With A Promo Code…

    Eric Pankoke
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:25 pm
    Hey, did you happen to check out Goldfish in Trouble based on my recommendation from 10 App Store Games To Watch [6/14/15] (note that it was called BUBBLA back when I wrote this)?  If not but you were intending to do so, or even if you already have, here’s some incentive to play it (some more).  The developers were kind enough to provide me with a promo code that will enable all skins from the onset, provide you with 500 gold coins, and get rid of those pesky ads.  You’ll find the code at the bottom of this post, and here’s how to apply it: In the Main Menu, there is a yellow fish.
  • Fix The Candy in Review – Sweet Success In A Puzzle Game

    Eric Pankoke
    23 Jun 2015 | 12:14 pm
    I have to admit that I have this really bad stigma towards games that are priced at $2.99 on the App Store.  I don’t know why, but to me that seems to be the price point that has been settled on for a wide variety of games that should honestly be free… or maybe shouldn’t have even made it to the App Store in the first place.  Thankfully I decided to ignore that quirk in my judgment with Fix The Candy, which has turned out to be an incredibly fun game.  Unfortunately there’s only one save slot, so I’ve had to keep shooing my kids away until I get the game completed on my own. …
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  • Triangulae in Review – Don’t worry, there’s no math involved

    Eric Pankoke
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:41 am
    Triangulae is a puzzle game that seems to be following this delightful new trend of not being a 2048 clone or physics puzzler or “insert your favorite popular puzzle genre here”.  In fact, I’m pleased to say that I don’t think I’ve played anything quite like it before.  It’s got all the bases covered with three different game play modes for different types of players, the mechanics are simple to master while the game itself isn’t, and there’s enough challenge to satisfy most typical gamers.  Puzzle gamers, prepare to add another gem into your collection. If you adhere to…
  • Looking for a bargain for the 4th? How about 10 Tons of them?

    Eric Pankoke
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:57 pm
    Are you interested in finding some entertaining games to help kill some time over the 4th of July weekend?  10tons Ltd. is happy to oblige by putting all of its iOS games on sale.  This includes the great marble popper series Sparkle, wonderful matching games like the Azkend series and Heroes Of Kalevala, and quirky puzzle fare like King Oddball.  For a full list of games check out their iTunes page here: 10tons on iTunes And here’s what TouchMyApps has to say about some of their titles: Sparkle 2 Review King Oddball Review Azkend 2 HD Review Heroes of Kalevala Review Abundante!
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [6/30/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:01 pm
    What do Stan Lee, Alexey Pajitnov (you know, the Tetris guy), and 8 other creators have in common? They’re all on the list this week. Stan Lee has already given us so many cool Superhero based properties in one medium or another, and with Stan Lee’s Hero Command he just keeps on giving. You take control of one of three (or technically 4, since one choice is twins) new characters and make your way through several missions that come straight from the cheesy and loveable imagination of one of the industry’s greats. Multicross, on the other hand, is the next evolution of Tetris, which so…
  • Got Goldfish in Trouble? Now Get Some Extras With A Promo Code…

    Eric Pankoke
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:25 pm
    Hey, did you happen to check out Goldfish in Trouble based on my recommendation from 10 App Store Games To Watch [6/14/15] (note that it was called BUBBLA back when I wrote this)?  If not but you were intending to do so, or even if you already have, here’s some incentive to play it (some more).  The developers were kind enough to provide me with a promo code that will enable all skins from the onset, provide you with 500 gold coins, and get rid of those pesky ads.  You’ll find the code at the bottom of this post, and here’s how to apply it: In the Main Menu, there is a yellow fish.
  • Fix The Candy in Review – Sweet Success In A Puzzle Game

    Eric Pankoke
    23 Jun 2015 | 12:14 pm
    I have to admit that I have this really bad stigma towards games that are priced at $2.99 on the App Store.  I don’t know why, but to me that seems to be the price point that has been settled on for a wide variety of games that should honestly be free… or maybe shouldn’t have even made it to the App Store in the first place.  Thankfully I decided to ignore that quirk in my judgment with Fix The Candy, which has turned out to be an incredibly fun game.  Unfortunately there’s only one save slot, so I’ve had to keep shooing my kids away until I get the game completed on my own. …
 
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  • Automilez 2.0 is here!

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

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

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

    Siva Om
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    When it comes to headphones, who wants a tangle of cables if you don't need them? And who needs buttons, when touch-sensitive headphone controls are the wave of the future? This week we're taking a look at two of my favorite pairs of Bluetooth, touch-controlled, on-ear headphones, to see how they compare. Bluetooth headphones have come a long way since the early days of their inception. Nowadays a good pair of Bluetooth headphones can deliver sound on par with CD-quality recordings. And although our iPhones and iPads are extremely handy when it comes to offering us a variety of…
  • New Steve Jobs Movie Trailer Has Some Flaws, According to Wozniak

    Todd Bernhard
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:00 am
    A new trailer for the second Steve Jobs movie has been released and there's a lot to like about it. Compared to the Ashton Kutcher movie, this looks to be more dramatic, thanks to lighting and music, whereas Kutcher naturally resembles Jobs more than Fassbender (they didn't even color his hair.) In both movies, neither Josh Gad (old movie) or Seth Rogan (new movie) closely resembles Steve Wozniak, but Wozniak himself doesn't seem to mind. He did take issue with some of the dialogue. The dialogue in question is as follows: “What do you do? You’re not an engineer, you’re not a…
  • Leaked Document: iPhone 6s to Have 12MP Camera for 4K Video

    Jim Karpen
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:00 am
    The iPhone 6s is now in production, according to the Taiwanese website DigiTimes, with the launch expected in September. Of course, production mode typically entails leaked parts and documents. As my fellow Todd Bernhard noted, 9To5Mac has posted photos of the chassis of the next iPhone and a number of other parts. Now, according to PhoneArena.com, a document leaked from Chinese iPhone manufacturer Foxconn indicates that the next iPhone will have a 12-megapixel camera that will be able to shoot 4K video at 240 fps for slow motion effects. The current 8-megapixel camera is capable of 240 fps,…
  • Amazon Prime Day Makes July 15 Feel Like Black Friday

    Todd Bernhard
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    One of the best places to get Apple accessories is Amazon, and one of the best ways to buy products from Amazon is with Amazon Prime. For the uninitiated, Amazon Prime is a membership program, normally $100 per year (which can be discounted by 50 percent for .EDU customers) that offers free two-day shipping on many items. That alone is a bargain for many frequent Amazon customers. Amazon Prime also comes with special extras, like Amazon Prime Instant Video, a decent competitor to Netflix, with a growing library of exclusives. Amazon Prime also offers Prime Music, a decent alternative to…
  • Tip of the Day: How to Track Your Data Usage

    Abbey Dufoe
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:03 am
    Most of us have no idea how to figure out how much data we’re using, but there are a lot of reasons why that knowledge might be helpful to know. Whether you pay for extra data that you never end up using, or don't pay for enough only to end up exceeding your limit and costing yourself more money, the fact is that keeping track of your data usage could save you a whole lot of money in the long run. Lucky for you, there's an app for just that (or rather, a few apps). DataMan Next ($1.99) This app keeps track of your data usage and allows you to set parameters for your usage just in case…
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  • Apple Working to Add Home Sharing for Music in iOS 9

    6 Jul 2015 | 4:29 pm
    With the release of iOS 8.4 and the new built-in Apple Music service, Apple removed Home Sharing for music on iOS devices, a move that many Home Sharing users have been upset about. It was unclear if Home Sharing for music would be re-added in the future, but according to iTunes chief Eddy Cue, Apple is planning to add Home Sharing to iOS 9. In response to a tweet about the removal of Home Sharing for music, Cue tweeted “We are working to have Home Sharing in iOS 9.” Wording in the release notes for the last iOS 8.4 beta suggested that Home Sharing and Genius Mixes were “not…
  • Apple Retail Stores to Offer Third-Party Accessories in New Apple-Style Packaging

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Apple is planning to introduce new co-designed packaging for many of the third-party accessories that it sells in its stores, according to retail store information shared by in June, and a sneak preview of what the accessory sections of Apple’s retail stores might look like can be seen at the company’s Upper East Side store in New York. Apple’s Upper East Side store, image via Mark Lennihan, Associated Press Apple Store accessory sections are expected to begin seeing changes starting next week, which is when the new packaging will be introduced. Continue Reading The post…
  • NBA Player Blames Elbow Injury on Larger-Screened iPhone [iOS Blog]

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:13 pm
    San Antonio Spurs player Matt Bonner recently revealed in an interview with Concord Monitor (via Yahoo) that he suffered from tennis elbow during the 2014-2015 NBA season, a condition that he theorized was caused by Apple’s larger-screened iPhones and led to a lower-than-normal 3-point shot success rate. “Everybody is going to find this hilarious, but here’s my theory on how I got it,” he said. “When the new iPhone came out it was way bigger than the last one, and I think because I got that new phone it was a strain to use it, you have to stretch further to hit…
  • How to Customize Apple TV to Show Only the Channels You Use [Mac Blog]

    6 Jul 2015 | 11:17 am
    We’ve been waiting for the fourth-generation Apple TV for at least two years now, and we’ve been teased with vague comments, leaks from the supply chain, and analyst predictions for several years running. We thought we’d get a look at it this year at the Worldwide Developers Conference, but Apple was still not ready to show it off. Until we get a whole new model with, hopefully, a brand new look to the operating system, we have to stick with what we’ve got. The number of media channels is not getting any smaller, with Apple adding new content on a regular basis. For…
  • Purported Schematic Suggests ‘iPhone 6s’ Could Be Slightly Thicker, Retain Home Button

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:04 am
    A purported schematic for the so-called “iPhone 6s” obtained by Engadget Japan (via BGR) reveals that the next-generation smartphone could have a thickness of 7.1mm, a slight increase over the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which measure 6.9mm and 7.1mm respectively. The schematic also suggests that the “iPhone 6s” will still have a home button, while all other buttons and ports remain unchanged. The slight 0.2mm increase in thickness could be the result of Apple adding pressure-sensing Force Touch technology to the next iPhone, enabling the smartphone’s display to…
 
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  • Top iOS Development Resources For Two Weeks Ended July 5th, 2015

    Johann
    5 Jul 2015 | 11:22 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 makes it easy to draw polygons onto a map with support for GEOJSON data, and numerous helpers for manipulating the polygons. Here are the resources: GEOSwift – An open source library allowing you to draw and manipulate polygons on a map view.  (share on twitter) (featured here) FMMarkingMenu – An open source component allowing you to create radial menus that the user can navigate through multiple…
  • Open Source Component Featuring A Nicely Styled Easy To Use UIPickerView Alternative

    Johann
    2 Jul 2015 | 11:52 pm
    I’ve mentioned a number of custom media pickers and color pickers in the past. Here’s an open source component from Chen Zeyu from CZPicker allowing you to create picker views with a nice flat style providing a nice alternative to the UIPIckerView. CZPicker allows the user to select placing a checkmark beside the selected item, with a title, an optional picker view, and buttons allowing the user to cancel and confirm their selections. You can easily customize the selections within the picker view. Here’s an image showing CZPickerView: You can find CZPicker on Github here. An…
  • Open Source UICollectionView Based Component For Creating Springboard Style Views

    Johann
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:54 pm
    I’ve mentioned a number of projects providing custom UICollectionView layouts most recently a UICOllectionView layout inspired by the rotary selector seen in Facebook’s paper app called RGPaperLayout. Here’s an open source component from DeveloperLx allowing you to easily create an iOS springboard style interface within your apps called LXGridView. LXGridView is based on UICollectionView, allows you to easily specify icons to be shown within the view, supports rearranging and removal of icons just like the iOS home screen. This animation from the readme showing LXGridView in…
  • Open Source Component For Creating Advanced Gesture Controlled Radial Menus (Marking Menus)

    Johann
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:45 pm
    Here’s an open source component from Simon Gladman that allows you to create advanced radial menus known as marking menus called FMMarkingMenu inspired by the menus seen applications such as Maya. What’s nice about marking menus is that the user can navigate through a series of menus using a single gesture. With FMMarkingMenu the user can tap anywhere to open the menu, and the line style of the menu illustrates whether further menu levels are available. Here’s an image from the readme showing FMMarkingMenu in action: You can find FMMarkingMenu on Github here. You can read…
  • Tutorial: A Beginner ClockKit Guide For Creating Custom Apple Watch Complications

    Johann
    29 Jun 2015 | 11:48 pm
    Earlier this month I mentioned an extensive set of WatchOS 2.0 code examples explaining how to use many different features. Here’s a nice step-by-step tutorial from Davis Allie that demonstrates the basics of using ClockKit so you can create a custom complications enhancing the watch face. Specifically the tutorial explains: Setting up your ClockKit project Creating complication Providing data to ClockKit Testing your complication You can find the tutorial over on the TutsPlus site. A nice guide to getting started with ClockKit. Original article: Tutorial: A Beginner ClockKit Guide For…
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  • Siri Home Kit Commands

    john
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:26 am
    Siri is about to become a little more useful. Apple have updated their HomeKit support page with a list of commands it will support. Some commands like unlocking doors, require your device to be unlocked, for security reasons! There is a limited list of devices that will support HomeKit currently, but this is expected to grow The Commands “Turn on the lights” or “Turn off the lights.” “Dim the lights” or “Set the brightness to 50%.” “Set the temperature to 68 degrees.” “Turn on the coffee maker.” “Turn on the…
  • iMessage Waiting for Activation – How to fix

    john
    21 Jun 2015 | 3:37 am
    iMessage, is actually something I really missed when I moved to android (dark times). iMessage’s simplicity and the way it integrates itself with the default SMS application means there is very little setup, and nothing to think about, just text away! That is of course, when iMessage activation works. Unfortunately on occasions, for example, when I purchased my new iPhone on Monday last, it fails to activate and you are left with “iMessage Waiting for Activation” message. At the time my new iPhone would only let me use my email address to activate! Not the end of the…
  • Irish RadioPlayer app for the iPhone

    john
    17 Jun 2015 | 7:40 am
    Irish Radioplayer is a partnership between RTÉ and the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland, aimed at making radio listening easier. Not only does it have all the radio stations  (43 in total, 9 of which are RTE Services and the other 34 are from the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland) but it also has a comprehensive collection of catch-up podcasts – an all in one app. The app itself is well laid out, it allows you to create a list of favorite radio stations, which makes it much quicker to find your frequently used stations.We have not yet come across an Irish radio station not…
  • Justine Ezarik

    john
    13 Jun 2015 | 3:59 am
    How have I never heard of iJustine, such an amazing story… I was about to click away, but I stayed when I spotted her iPhone 6 Plus unboxing on youtube.  From what I understand, her fame came from a massive mobile bill she received (this thing came in a box!), and she filmed it on youtube, the rest as they say is viral! This girl is beautiful (sorry for being sexist but she is) and a major apple nerd. And she got a book out of it, she currently seems to be on tour to promote  her book! You can read up more about her on her on her website, Easons even have her book. The post…
  • iOS bug that lets you crash other iPhones with a single text

    john
    27 May 2015 | 8:27 am
    Don’t do this at home folks. Someone has discovered a bug, which only seems be affecting iPhone to iPhone messages –  whereby a single line of text sent in a message can cause an iPhone to reboot. Power لُلُصّبُلُلصّبُررً ॣ ॣh ॣ ॣ 冗 The above is the line of code, although a reddit user reports that the issue is likely to be caused with the Unicode and not  the Arabic text. Apple have yet to respond to the issue, but recommendations in the mean-time are to have the same user sent you an ordinary text message to stop the cycle. Hey my Messages app…
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  • The first video game to futuristic taxi! [FREE GAME]

    Darie
    23 Jun 2015 | 9:26 pm
    Hello, I present you my new video game The first video game to futuristic taxi! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IU1OQFlEWSI FuturCity is a city in the future where it's good to live. Play as a taxi driver, drop-off your customers to their destination as fast as possible. Avoid obstacles, take boosts and time bonus to be the best. As time goes by, the difficulty increases, the timer is accelerating and customers call you more and more. Stay calm and find the best routes to save time. Your total score will be recorded and you can share it on the internet to show your level to the world. Game…
  • [FREE][GAME][2.3+] SuperMineBoyZ

    gamayun
    14 Jun 2015 | 10:34 pm
    Hello Everybody, Today I'd like to share with you my latest free game SuperMineBoyZ I hope you'll like it as much as you liked my bowling game https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....supermineboyz Have Fun! :) Cheers, Thierry screenshot.jpg Attached Images screenshot.jpg (64.4 KB)
 
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  • Review: DocReviewPad -- review and annotate documents on the iPad

    Jeff Richardson
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:14 pm
    LIT SOFTWARE is one of the best publishers of iPad apps designed for lawyers.  The TrialPad app lets you present evidence at trial.  The TranscriptPad app lets you review and annotate deposition transcripts (and is one of the most useful apps in my law practice).  Yesterday, LIT SOFTWARE released its third app for the iPad, and it is called DocReviewPad.  To me, DocReviewPad is sort of like TranscriptPad for documents.  The app lets you easily review, annotate and apply codes to documents as you review them on your iPad, and then export documents for production.  The app applies Bates…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:18 pm
    If your office is closed tomorrow (like mine is) then I hope you enjoy the long Fourth of July weekend.  If you are looking for something to keep your weekend entertaining, I strongly recommend that you update your iPhone to iOS 8.4 so that you can start to use the new Apple Music service.  I've been using it for the last two days, and I'm really impressed.  It is great fun to listen to any music I can think of.  For example, I had been thinking about checking out the new albums from Barenaked Ladies and the Indigo Girls, and with Apple Music it was quick and easy to do so.  I…
  • [Sponsor] Bushel -- manage the iPhones and iPads in your organization

    Jeff Richardson
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:05 pm
    A big thank you to Bushel for becoming a new sponsor of iPhone J.D. this month.  Bushel provides you with a way to manage all of the Apple devices in your organization — iPhones, iPads, and even Macs — through cloud-based Mobile Device Management. What can you do with Bushel?  You can automatically install apps from the App Store to all of the devices in your organization at once.  You can see an inventory of all of the devices that you are managing in your organization. including what users are using each device, which apps you have installed on the devices.  You can also…
  • Apple Music starts today

    Jeff Richardson
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:05 pm
    The new Apple Music service starts today.  And because there is a three month free trial, that means that all iPhone users are getting free music.  It all starts at 8am Pacific / 11am Eastern today, when Apple will make the iOS 8.4 update available.  Update your iPhone (or iPad), and then you will see a new version of the Music app, including tens of millions of songs that you can listen to, for free.  There is really no reason for you to not check it out, and I plan to do so.  Here are the details. Features With the new Music app and the Apple Music service, you get basically three…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:02 pm
    A family law attorney wrote me this week to say that she is looking for a way to take text messages between her client and the adverse party and present them in a format that looks good at trial — something better than just a series of screen shots.  I told her that I have heard of attorneys using the Stitch It! app for this purpose, an app that aligns screenshots to produce what looks like one long screenshot.  But perhaps some of you have a better way to make iPhone text messages look good at trial, and if you do, please post a comment to this post or send me an email.  And now, the…
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  • 'SwipeAway' Provides You With a Swipe Gesture for Dismissing the Keyboard in Cydia

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:45 pm
    Cydia has a pesky habit of making the keyboard difficult to dismiss once it's pulled up. In the event that you want to get rid of the keyboard to get back to the tabs, you have to tap on the "Search" button to dismiss the keyboard, which doesn't make a whole lot of sense if you're not searching for anything. A new free jailbreak tweak called SwipeAway by iOS developer RuudPuts is now available free of cost in Cydia that will make it so that you can easily dismiss your keyboard by simply swiping down on it. The tweak utilizes Cydia
  • 'Nella' Lets You Customize the Look of the Installation and Removal Screen in Cydia

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:18 pm
    Those of you that are loving the new jailbreak tweaks aimed at improving the look and feel of the latest customizable Cydia will likely enjoy a new free jailbreak tweak called Nella by iOS developer Bryce Jackson. Nella lets you customize the look of Cydia's installation and removal screen that you're probably familiar with if you're jailbroken and install packages from Cydia. Included are options for changing the color of the background, text, and button border properties. The tweak adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where
  • Data Breach on "Hacking Team" Reveals Firm's Ability to Infiltrate Jailbroken iPhones

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:20 pm
    The cybersecurity firm named Hacking Team recently experienced a data breach that resulted in 400 GB of its documents being leaked onto the Internet. The documents help to confirm Hacking Team’s ability to infiltrate and monitor jailbroken iPhones on behalf of the government law enforcement agencies such as the NSA according to the folks over at Macworld. The software used by the team would need to be installed on a jailbroken iPhone but the firm does have the ability to jailbreak and infect a phone with its software via a malware-infected trusted computer that the phone is connected to.
  • New York Based Rapper Claims He Recorded Entire Album at SoHo Apple Store

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:07 pm
    Photo Credit: The Daily Beast According to The Daily Beast, New-York based rapper Prince Harvey apparently recorded his entire album at Apple’s SoHo store in Manhattan. Harvey spent five days a week for sixteen weeks using the Apple store’s display computers to record an entire album. It was noted that the rapper’s first computer died and his second one was stolen, which ultimately left him computer-less. Harvey stated:
  • Apple's Interest in the Automotive Industry Pushes Others' to do the Same

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:44 pm
    Rumors of Apple and Google making products for the automotive industry are prompting car manufacturers to look beyond traditional revenue streams fueled by data, the first being a reported joint overture for Nokia’s HERE mapping service worth billions of dollars. According to Bloomberg’s sources, luxury manufacturers such as Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz are looking for a joint bid for Nokia’s HERE maps business in an attempt to thwart advanced telematics domination from software companies such as Apple and Google. The move is supposedly in response to tech companies’ work in areas of…
 
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  • The Big Indie Mixer rolls into Brighton on 14 July

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Summertime is almost upon us, which means that we’re all due a trip to the beach. And in particular, we’ll be heading down to Brighton beach in July for a special Big Indie Mixer, sponsored by Amazon Appstore, just in time for Develop:Brighton conference. Taking place on the 14 July at Coalition Bar, we’ll be mashing up a Big Indie Pitch and Mobile Mixer for your enjoyment....
  • Why the App Store doesn't need any more Clash of Clans clones

    6 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    It wasn't so many months ago that all mobile developers were talking about was going " midcore ". Thanks to the success of Clash of Clans , the argument was that a new audience - tens of millions strong - had been created, who wanted a new form of gaming. They weren't going to play (or at least pay) for Candy Crush Saga , not did they want to engage in heavyduty guild action a la Game of War . Ye...
  • Garfield game maker Animoca Brands palms $2.3 million OurPalm investment

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:19 am
    OurPalm is the latest company to palm a stake in a lucrative developer - this time Hong Kong-based Austraia-floated Animoca Brands ( ASX:AB1 ). Based in China, OurPalm has invested $2.3 million in Animoca Brands for an 11 percent share. It also has an option to invest a further $5 million under certain options dependent on Animoca Brand's share price. It’s the latest deal amid a flurry of i...
  • Swedish accelerator unearths retro platformer and Monument Valley-esque puzzler

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    As Tommy Palm and Oskar Burman's Stugan accelerator heads into its third week, we've been in Sweden following the developers as they work on their games. Cerulean Moon is a retro mobile platformer from Nachothat follows a young girl as she explores an underground kingdom. Instead of jumping up from ledge to ledge like a traditional platformer,  Cerulean Moon uses gravity to draw the player d...
  • Fallout Shelter falls out, Supercell shuts Smash Land, and Rami Ismail talks truth

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:10 am
    One of the advantages of following an industry mobile gaming site is that (unlike the rest of the world) our most read stories last week didn't revolve around summer heatwave headlines. Saying that, we have chosen to call this roundup "Hot Five." On Pocket Gamer.biz last week we had our man Matt Suckley on the ground at Unite 2015 to bring insights into How Space Ape evolved its anti-hacking...
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  • Photoshop Mix, Lightroom – Adobe Updates Suite of Editing Apps for iPhone and iPad

    Mel Martin
    16 Jun 2015 | 4:56 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: If you're a subscriber to Adobe's Creative Cloud program, there's some worthwhile updates coming your way today, including the new Adobe Photoshop Mix for iPhone and iPad "Photoshop Mix, Lightroom – Adobe Updates Suite of Editing Apps for iPhone and iPad." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Review: AUTOBRACKET HDR Brings DSLR-type Auto-bracketing to your iPhone

    Mel Martin
    15 Jun 2015 | 8:26 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: Mel looks at AutoBracket HDR, an AEB app that takes multiple photos at different exposures and lets you choose the best exposure or merge into one HDR image. "Review: AUTOBRACKET HDR Brings DSLR-type Auto-bracketing to your iPhone." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Polaroid App POLAMATIC Updated with All of the Classic Films

    Marty Yawnick
    12 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: The Polamatic 5 update was released this week. With 9 additional new films and frames, this iPhone Polaroid app is the ultimate tribute to classic instant photography. "Polaroid App POLAMATIC Updated with All of the Classic Films." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Review: VEE FOR VIDEO is a Very Good App for Creating Great Everyday Video

    Marty Yawnick
    11 Jun 2015 | 10:16 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: We review Vee for Video, a powerful new all-in-one iPhone video app from the team behind Camera+. It's a very good app takes the drudgery out of editing video on the iPhone. "Review: VEE FOR VIDEO is a Very Good App for Creating Great Everyday Video." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • INSTAGRAM Web Interface Gets a New Makeover

    Marty Yawnick
    10 Jun 2015 | 10:57 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: The Instagram web interface is getting a makeover and the new user interface has rolling out to users this week. Basically, they removed what little flair the web interface had and didn't replace it with any worthwhile tools. "INSTAGRAM Web Interface Gets a New Makeover." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
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  • A Guide to Taking Incredible Pictures Using Your iPhone

    Eric Compton
    5 Jul 2015 | 6:43 am
    You don’t need a top of the range, ridiculously expensive camera to take incredible pictures. All you really need is you iPhone, and maybe an app or two. This guide will help you to make your pictures look amazing with your iPhone alone. Practice With Different Settings and Features Get to know your way around your iPhone by practicing with different settings and features. See what you like the look of best and you might even start to feel like you’ve got a real camera! There’s no reason to spend a fortune when you have your iPhone. Hold it Steady Seems simple, but this can make the…
  • Learn About the 888Sport App for the New iOS

    Eric Compton
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:33 am
    Review writers tend to write reviews about applications that are either so-so or pretty great. Well, this review is about a sports betting application that is definitely pretty amazing. Most people think that if you want to place sports bets, you have to do so with a bookie who is physically present in front of you and can take on your bet. Perhaps you might be able to place a bet on a physical website, but an application for a smart phone or tablet? Yes, it’s possible with the 888 bookies App, which is now available for the new version of Apple’s operating system. Have You Been…
  • Negotiation 360: Latest Mobile App To Learn Negotiation

    Guest
    24 Jun 2015 | 3:29 am
    In a business environment that gets more aggressive by the day, mastering the art of negotiation can bring you numerous advantages, regardless of the position you occupy in a company. While knowing how to negotiate correctly can help you obtain a bigger salary, better working conditions or miscellaneous advantages if you’re just an employee, good negotiation skills can bring you a lot more if you are in the upper management – you can persuade investors, gain better deals with your partners and obtain higher profits. Be that as it may, negotiation is not an easy skill to obtain and use, as…
  • Maadly: We’re All Maad Here

    Eric Compton
    22 Jun 2015 | 8:47 am
    When you think about it, social media is kind of like one big game, isn’t it? If you succeed in creating engaging content, your number of likes, followers or friends will increase. As you become more prolific, you can add further weapons to your online arsenal, until you’ve got the whole spectrum covered and are raking in thumbs up, hearts and retweets across every platform going. Maybe you’ll even level up and be awarded one of those official blue ticks that secure your status as a bonafide online force to be reckoned with. Well, a crack team of keen-eyed developers have…
  • Avoid The Horrors Of Moving With Bellhops Moving Service App

    Pam Stackhouse
    22 Jun 2015 | 4:22 am
    The agony of moving house is a horror unavoidable by most, whether it’s due to divorce, financial trouble or even a happy occasion such as moving in with a loved one or relocating due to a promotion, the stresses incurred from the disruption of your daily routine will undoubtedly put you in a fragile state. So what if I told you that you could have a trove of young, well groomed college students rock up at your house, eager and willing to do any and all of the heavy (and light) lifting? You’d probably think I’d been reading a little too much of the sealed section in Cosmo, well, in this…
 
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  • DeStressify PRO Review – The stress reliever app

    Roshan
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:55 am
    I have a playlist on my iPhone called “Nature Sounds” that I listen to whenever I find myself to be in a bad mood. It really helps me relax and I’m sure that many of you also have similar tricks to relieve stress. DeSressify PRO is a new iOS app from Stress Refuge, which brings an extensive set of scientifically proven methods for the same, right to the palm of your hand. DeStressify, as the name suggests, aims to take the stress out of your life, in order to achieve complete mental, emotional and physical well-being. And it does so by providing meditations, cross…
  • 10 best Apple Watch docks and stands

    Antony
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:24 am
    The Apple Watch is a work of art that deserves all the attention that it’s getting. However, there is no point of having such a high-quality piece of art, just to shove it anywhere. It is also shameful to just plug it at the end of the day like any other rechargeable battery. You need to display it proudly. Let it dazzle others even when it is away from your wrist. Fortunately, you can do all that and at the same time recharge your watch using an Apple watch dock/stand. Below are some of the best stands in the market. Spigen Apple Watch Stand Spigen are quite popular for their quality phone…
  • Stick World Review – An endless RPG game

    Roshan
    22 Jun 2015 | 4:25 pm
    Pick and play is probably my favourite genre of games. They have minimal rules, just a couple of controls and are really addictive, which makes them perfect for playing while waiting in a queue. Pancake – The Game and Dextris have been my favourites for this purpose but Stick World seems to be a compelling one. Stick World has your default hero who looks like Buddha, standing by the edge of a cliff. There is a series of towers ahead of him and he needs to continue his journey to enlightenment, without falling off the edge of the screen. Tap and hold to see a stick growing vertically…
  • MyTrainer by Jon Gunn Review – A fitness tool unlike any other

    Roshan
    18 Jun 2015 | 2:58 pm
    Health and Fitness is one of the most thriving categories in the App Store. However, most of them use an automated system for giving you advice and tips, or simply host some videos and animations of workouts. And still worse is the fact that each app is just a clone of the one before it. MyTrainer by Jon Gunn is a new player which aims to bring a personalised and innovative touch to this sometimes boring segment. Jon Gunn has been a personal trainer for 6 years and inspired by the request of one of his clients, he set out to create an app which would allow better interaction between fitness…
  • FLIR ONE turns your iPhone into a heat vision camera

    Roshan
    12 Jun 2015 | 4:15 am
    FLIR Systems is a well known name in the thermal imaging industry. They have been manufacturing high-end equipments for the same since 1978 and now they have brought their expertise to a revolutionary new device, the FLIR ONE. It is the world’s first personal heat-imaging device and comes as an accessory for your iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s. The FLIR ONE is basically a two-piece case for the 4-inch iPhones. The first snap-on part acts as an anchor for the second slide-in piece and the latter bears the heat sensor. The case connects to the iPhone via the built-in lightning port. Now fire…
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  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – July 6, 2015

    Jerry Collins
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Great apps are even better when they’re on sale! We’ve selected 24 iPhone and iPad apps that are over 30% off. This app deal alert includes Joe Danger, ERres - Emergency Medicine In The Palm Of Your Hand, Mystic Diary: Haunted Island HD (Full), Death Lens, Pocket Anatomy, Awesome Mails - send rich photo emails with hyper links!, Quantum Legacy HD Turbo, Sizer - Clothing Size Converter and many others. all apps on sale today ➜
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – July 6, 2015

    Damian Ragar
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:58 am
    Want to try great apps without hurting your wallet? We’ve selected 10 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes Who Was? Adventure, Pics2Mov, Remote Gaming for Minecraft and many others. all apps gone free today ➜
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – July 6, 2015

    Stefani Lain
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:56 am
    iOSnoops is constantly on the lookout for new apps, and here are 11 iPhone and iPad apps that were released recently. This new apps alert includes Pic Ninja, Amazing Stairs, Top Jet Trucker Parking Sim and many others. all apps released today ➜
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  • Summer Diet Apps

    Johanna Casao
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:07 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. All the adventurous […] The post Summer Diet Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • App Index China – Top-tier Chinese app store data

    Johanna Casao
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:45 pm
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Developers can now navigate analytics for thousands of apps from top Chinese app stores with App Index China. Palo Alto, CA, June 26, 2015 – Just after the debut of Social Connect, a developer outreach dashboard that links Google Play apps with their devs on Twitter, appbackr is announcing App Index China: an insight into […] The post App Index China – Top-tier Chinese app store data appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Mailbox Apps

    Johanna Casao
    17 Jun 2015 | 3:46 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. Juggling all the […] The post Mailbox Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • Influencer Marketing Best Practices

    Johanna Casao
    28 May 2015 | 3:24 pm
    You watch the buzz around the latest campaign a company with impact – big or small – pushes for their new releases, for industry-specific information or even exclusive product announcements. But sometimes the buzz is more of a low hum. Maybe your favorite tech blogger has a regular feature where they review a focused type […] The post Influencer Marketing Best Practices appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • 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.
 
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  • Hot Sales Lingerie and Halloween Costumes Brings Great Deals to Your iPhone

    Sarah Hanlon
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:59 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****~ (4/5) Hot Sales Lingerie and Halloween Costumes iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Whether you’re looking for a cute new outfit or a sexy Halloween costume, the Hot Sales Lingerie and Halloween Costumes app will help you find it. Developed by Ji Qing Zhang, this shopping app offers tons of clothing […]
  • 6 Apps for Turning your iPhone into a Virtual Newspaper

    Editor
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:04 am
    Tweet 6 Apps for Turning your iPhone into a Virtual Newspaper TheiPhoneAppReview.com Written by Macy Jones News publishers very well understand today that smart phones are part of our everyday lives. People hardly have time to read newspapers now, and they depend more on smart devices like the iPhone to catch up with what’s happening […]
  • Be Rewarded for Your Photos with PIQUK

    MarilynChau
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:59 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****~ (4/5) PIQUK iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com PIQUK is an interesting new spin on social photo sharing offering users a way to earn money from the popularity of their posted photos. Features: ****~ (4/5) PIQUK, by FV Imagination, is a photo-sharing community that rewards its members for the popularity of […]
  • Pixsaw is a Fun New Way to Turn Your Photos into Puzzles

    MarilynChau
    26 Jun 2015 | 1:18 pm
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****~ (4/5) Pixsaw iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Pixsaw puts a fun new twist on sharing pictures that turns each photograph into a puzzle for the receiver to figure out. Features: ****~ (4/5) Rather than just sharing regular snapshots, how boring is that?, Pixsaw, an app by Michael Luce, lets users […]
  • HowBig for iOS Connects You to the Hunting and Fishing Community

    Sarah Hanlon
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:29 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****½ (4.5/5) HowBig App iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Fishing and hunting are pastimes that countless people enjoy. The only thing better than catching a big fish or hunting an elusive trophy deer is showing off your accomplishment to friends and family. What if you could share your hunt with like-minded […]
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  • Boy and the Seagull Review

    Monica
    3 Jul 2015 | 4:29 pm
    QualityFunctionalityEase of UseValue5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes Oleksandr Ronzhyn Price: $1.99 As a child I had an imaginary friend. She would accompany me everywhere I went and we had grand adventures together! The places we could go and the things we could do were limitless with the help of my imagination. Boy and the Seagull is a beautifully written story that pays tribute to a child’s imagination and what it is capable of. The story opens by introducing a Seagull who lives in a beautiful seaside village with his other seagull friends. One day, he…
  • Pocket Worlds Review

    Nikki
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (1 Vote) See the App in iTunes Tuxedo Games Price: FREE Pocket Worlds is a fun learning app geared towards children ages 5 and under.  With Pocket Worlds, kids can explore 9 themed educational games that include concepts such as sorting and matching and many more!  I really liked the look of this app and how easy it was for kids to navigate. The Pocket Worlds app is a perfect introduction to some essential preschool skills.  Children can explore “Party World”, a collection of 9 unique themed educational games,…
  • bookPress Review

    Nikki
    30 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the App in iTunes Bookemon, Inc. Price: FREE bookPress is a great app for those moms and dads that want to preserve their family’s memories.  With bookPress, you can create your own print books right on your iPad!  As a photo enthusiast, I really loved the concept of this app! bookPress is unique in that it is not just for creating digital books, you can turn your book into a lasting keepsake book in print to hold onto forever.  I also love the fact that bookPress isn’t just a photo book app, this…
  • Pete and Mike Review

    Nikki
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the App in iTunes Van Winkle Studio LLC Price: $2.99 Every once in a while, there is an app that comes along that sets the bar higher – this is how I feel about Pete and Mike!  Pete and Mike is a really fun interactive adventure for young children.  With Pete and Mike, your child can join two adventurous little pigs, who also happen to be best friends, as they embark on a journey to protect the townspeople from a dragon!  I really loved the look of the app, as well as the way children can find their own…
  • eBook Apps for Kids

    TheiPhoneMom
    25 Jun 2015 | 8:05 pm
    Ebook Apps for Kids Kids love stories. This app has award-winning picture ebooks designed to keep your child engaged and entertained for hours on end. Through the use of picture ebooks, you can instill in your child a lifetime love of books and reading. This app contains award -winning titles and is available for iPad, iPhone, Kindle,Nook, PC and Mac. Animated eBooks, eBooks with Coloring Pages, eBooks with Coloring Pages, eBooks with Record Your Voice, eBooks with Games, Read to Me eBooks, Read to Myself eBooks Animated eBooks Our goal is to bring to you an amazing collection of ebook…
 
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  • Divide By Sheep

    Kate
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:46 am
    Divide By Sheep by tinyBuild LLC is a dark and humorous puzzle game that requires math, strategy, and a bit of luck. Your task is to rescue sheep from the Grim Reaper by flinging them from island to island, eventually depositing them on a transport to safety. Each level shows you three numbers on the left side, each indicating the amount of sheep (or wolves or pigs) you need to get on the raft and transport.Once the mission is completed, you are rewarded with a star. Each stage features blocks of land with a number of sheep on these blocks. Each sheep requires a full block of land, and you…
  • Apple removed Home Sharing support for music in iOS 8.4

    Kate
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:05 am
    Following the release of iOS 8.4, which brought Apple’s brand new music service Apple Music, Apple removed a feature still used by many from the operating system. A number of users on Apple’s Support forum noticed, that the company appears to have removed Home Sharing support for music in iOS 8.4. The Home Sharing support page was also updated to demonstrate that the feature is not present in iOS 8.4. Launched on iOS in 2011 as part of iOS 4.3, Home Sharing gave users the ability to access their iTunes library from anywhere within their house and stream the content to their…
  • Hue Ball

    Kate
    1 Jul 2015 | 2:19 am
    Hue Ball by Unept is a new soothing, yet interesting fast-action puzzle game that combines elements of bocce ball and Bubble Bobble. The game features a classic idea: you have balls on a playing field and try to break balls in the playing field to earn points, while also keeping balls from landing and expanding below the border line where your cannon sits. While it starts out pretty easy with just a few balls on the screen, things can get out of control once you proceed. The game also includes a shrinking circle overlay in the middle of the screen that shows the color of the ball that…
  • Customize Apple Watch bands with any design

    Kate
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:01 am
    If you have finally received your long-awaited Apple Watch, it’s time to customize it with some nice looking bands. Casetify has introduced its customized Apple Watch bands, which will help you design your own smart watch with a variety of printed designs. Additionally, your device can be customized with photographs or artwork or ordered from Casetify’s pre-designed artist collection.  You can use your Facebook or Instagram images as well as photos right from your PC to design your band. Casetify’s Apple Watch bands are made from polycarbonate silicone material and come with…
  • Piloteer

    Kate
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:38 am
    Piloteer by Fixpoint Productions Ltd. is a new physics-based game that will have you piloting a jetpack and crashing in phenomenal ways. Your main task is to control an inventor who’s just made the world’s first jetpack, that is always on the brink of flying out of control, and then trying to land on two feet after flipping all around. The game features two modes in Piloteer: Career and Free Fly, with both offering various areas to fly in (The Park, The Lakeshore, and The Pier). In order to explore new areas, you are required to do Career mode first. This mode includes 60 missions to…
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  • iPhone 6s and 6s Plus Release Date September, 18 2015? Keynote Scheduled for September 2015?

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:29 pm
    Rumor mills work over time when it comes to the launch dates of any of Apple’s products. Here, we are talking about iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, which are likely to be unveiled on September 18; but according to MIC Gadget, a Chinese blog claims that the brand will unveil the two most expected The post iPhone 6s and 6s Plus Release Date September, 18 2015? Keynote Scheduled for September 2015? appeared first on .
  • How to Save Mobile Data on iPhone and iPad

    Harshil Patel
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:06 am
    How much do you pay for your cellular data every month? You might say $30 or $50 per month. But don’t you think that you are paying too much, especially in case of iPhone? Apps on iPhone consume a lot of data and the reasons are many. You might not be aware of the background The post How to Save Mobile Data on iPhone and iPad appeared first on .
  • iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Enter Production Ahead of September Launch [Rumor]

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:54 am
    Amid some bad news of bug-infested iOS 9 beta and iOS 8.4, here is good news for Apple and its followers worldwide. If the reports from DigiTimes are to be believed, production of the next-generation smartphones – iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus – has been started. The brand has plans for product launch in The post iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Enter Production Ahead of September Launch [Rumor] appeared first on .
  • How to Jailbreak iOS 8.4 With TaiG on Mac with Virtual Machine

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    3 Jul 2015 | 6:36 am
    A true-blue jailbreaker can hardly wait even for a single moment before he downloads the .exe file to jailbreak his iOS device. A couple of weeks ago, when a jailbreak for iOS 8.3 was released, there were number of users who jailbroke their devices. Now with the release of the latest jailbreak for iOS 8.4, The post How to Jailbreak iOS 8.4 With TaiG on Mac with Virtual Machine appeared first on .
  • Siri Not Working on Apple Watch? Here’s How to Fix This Issue

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:53 am
    Siri is considered to be one of the finest features of iOS. It doesn’t matter whether you are using it on your iPhone or Apple Watch; Siri delivers the best results on all the Apple devices. Over the times, we have seen Siri improving a lot and enhancing the user experience but there are few The post Siri Not Working on Apple Watch? Here’s How to Fix This Issue appeared first on .
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  • Apple Music, Apple Video, and the Future of iTunes

    admin
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:59 pm
    Last week, Apple released their long-awaited streaming music service, Apple Music. I’ve been playing around with it a lot since then, and it’s got me thinking about what Apple may have up their sleeves for some of their future products and services. In particular, I am thinking about their streaming services and iTunes software. First of all, a comment about just what Apple Music is. When you sign up and pay for the service, you gain access to most of the iTunes music catalog. (Of course, there is a free tier of the Apple Music service, which has more limitations, such as skips per hour,…
  • How to Find Out How Much of Your Cellular Data FaceTime Uses

    admin
    26 Apr 2015 | 2:28 pm
    FaceTime is one of the best features of your iOS devices. It is a simple way to quickly have a video call and to actually see your loved one on the other end. In addition, you can also use FaceTime to have an audio-only call (learn how to do this here!). With high or unlimited data plans for our iPhones, people might not stop to think about how much data their apps go through. However, if you have a more restrictive data cap, it would be wise to always be aware of how much data you’re using. Considering that FaceTime could potentially rack up a bunch of data for some longer video calls,…
  • How to Use FaceTime Audio to Make Free Phone Calls

    admin
    25 Apr 2015 | 8:17 am
    Do you have a very small, limited number of minutes on your cell plan, but typically are on a wifi connection and avoid using your cellular data? If this sounds like you, then you need to learn how to place a FaceTime audio call. Quite simply, it is a phone call that uses data instead of your cell minutes, and if your wifi is free, then it doesn’t cost you anything at all! To place a FaceTime audio call, you can do so straight from your friend’s Contacts entry. Assuming that they have an Apple ID setup and associated with the email address you have saved for them (correct me if I’m…
  • How to use iCloud Tabs in Safari for iOS and OS X

    admin
    5 Apr 2015 | 12:58 pm
    iCloud Tabs is the Apple solution to syncing currently open tabs in Safari across all of your devices. It is a life saver for when you have to leave a webpage now and need to access it again from another device later. All it takes is a few taps and you’re right back to where you were. Make sure you read to the end, where I show you one of the best, yet widely unknown features of iCloud Tabs! On your iOS device, you access iCloud Tabs from the Tabs button in the lower right corner of Safari (looks like a stack of two squares). When you tap this button, you will first see currently open…
  • Tips and Tricks for the Calculator on Your Mac

    admin
    3 Apr 2015 | 12:38 pm
    A calculator is one of the most basic apps that you can use on your computer. In a lot of cases, all you need is something to quickly add up some numbers, and the basic calculator settings are perfectly appropriate. However, if you explore the options available to you in the Apple Calculator app on your Mac, you will find that this simple program is actually very advanced! Here are some tips and tricks for the calculator on your Mac to help you get the most out of this app. Make sure you keep reading to find the greatest calculator secret of them all at the end! There are three modes…
 
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  • Some Former iTunes Match Subscribers Unable To Subscribe to Apple Music

    Christopher Meinck
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:26 pm
    Earlier this week, Apple Music made its long awaited debut on iOS devices, PCs and Macs. Coupled with Beats 1, a 24-hour streaming radio service and a completely redesigned iOS app, it was a big coming out party for Apple’s streaming music service which has launched to positive reviews. For those who installed iOS 8.4.1, they have an opportunity to take advantage of an extensive trial period of 3-months. The new Music app has a number features that require subscribing to their new service. There have been reports of users experiencing problems signing up to Apple Music and there appears…
  • Master Class: How to use Apple’s Family Sharing to share apps, music, movies and books

    Christopher Meinck
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:38 pm
    Everything you need to know: Save money by sharing content the right way with up to six members of your family For years, families have been sharing a single Apple ID. This had been the only way to share iTunes content including apps, music and movie. It was also a convenient way for parents to manage and purchase content on their kids iOS devices. Since content was tied to a single account, the easy method was to register all iOS devices to that Apple ID. Any content purchased becomes available to everyone linked to that account. The emergence of iCloud and in particular iMessage services……
  • 5 Ways To Rule Maps On Your iPhone

    Christopher Meinck
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:53 am
    There’s no discounting the helpfulness of maps on your iPhone or any smartphone for that matter. Since the days of using the $300 TomTom GPS kit with my Treo 600, I was hooked on using my smartphone to get places. In the early years of the iPhone, you still needed a costly third-party app if you wanted turn-by-turn directions. Those days are long gone. There are free options galore and the default Apple-powered Maps app continues to improve and iOS 9 will now offer Transit, providing directions using mass transit. Mapping capabilities are awesome, but are you making the most of the…
  • 11 iPhone Settings You Should Change Right Now

    Christopher Meinck
    15 Jun 2015 | 2:21 pm
    I recently restored my iPhone as new when installing iOS 9. When you go that route, it’s the software equivalent of a new iPhone. Everything goes back to the point when you first cracked open the plastic on your phone. In all honesty, this was a mistake. My intention was to backup to iTunes and restore my backup once I had upgraded to iOS 9. As someone who preaches backing up, I wasn’t setting a great example. Restoring an iPhone as new isn’t such a bad idea. It’s a fresh start and can clean out some of the goblins that can result in spotty performance and less than…
  • New iOS 9 feature may kill off your favorite websites

    Christopher Meinck
    10 Jun 2015 | 7:28 am
    Information has surfaced regarding a new feature in iOS 9 that brings content blocking extensions to iOS. Based on this information, it appears that iOS developers could write extensions that would allow users to easily block ads when using mobile Safari. For Apple’s part, they don’t describe this new feature as specific to ads. Instead, they refer to it as a fast and efficient way to block cookies, images, resources, pop-ups and other content. Ad blockers aren’t new on the desktop, both for Mac and PC. Their pitch is to remove ads, so you can focus on enjoying the content…
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  • Apple is making iPhones with Force Touch

    28 Jun 2015 | 9:34 am
    If Bloomberg is to be believed, Apple suppliers are already making iPhones with Force Touch. Force Touch allows the phone to know how hard you are pressing on the screen. Originally debut in the new MacBook for 2015, Force Touch will allow all sorts of new gestures for the iPhone.The next iPhone is expected to look pretty much like the iPhone 6 a...
  • You can sign up for Messenger without a Facebook account

    25 Jun 2015 | 4:35 am
    Facebook is finally allowing people to sign up for its Messenger app without having a Facebook account. If you are willing to give them your phone number, and a picture, you can use Messenger. That's not a bad deal for the company who has been harshly criticized for its lack of respect for user privacy. Are you willing to give Facebook your phon...
  • iOS 8.4 and an iTunes update set for June 30

    9 Jun 2015 | 6:09 am
    Apple announced a new version of iOS 8.4, and a new versions of iTunes will be released on June 30. These updates will be necessary for the new Apple Music service the company announced today. Apple Music is a streaming music service, 24 hour worldwide radio station, and a social network for artists. Apple did not explain what would happen to iT...
  • Apple finally fixes Shift Key issue in iOS 9

    9 Jun 2015 | 5:27 am
    Apple did not make a big deal about the Shift Key in the iOS keyboard at today's WWDC 2015 Keynote, but they have indeed changed the behavior of the keyboard significantly. Historically, the iOS keyboard has only shown capital letters, just like every physical keyboard in the universe. Some people, especially Android converts, have complained and...
  • Apple recalls Beats Beats Pill XL speakers over fire safety

    4 Jun 2015 | 3:59 am
    Apple has announced a recall of all Beats Pill XL speakers because they could potentially cause a fire. Apple said in a statement, "in rare cases, the battery in the Beats Pill XL Speaker may overheat and pose a fire safety risk. This product has been sold worldwide since January 2014 by Beats, Apple, and other retailers."Apple is not offering a r...
 
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  • Puzzle Game Shifter! Now Available On The App Store

    Francesco
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:25 am
    A new puzzle game has been released on the App Stor a few hours ago, a new game sporting a really cute graphical style and interesting gameplay experience that all fans of the puzzle games genre will surely enjoy. The new puzzle game is called Shifter! and it’s been developed by Bomb-o-craker. In the game, The post Puzzle Game Shifter! Now Available On The App Store appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Warhammer: Arcane Magic New Trailer Showcases Gameplay Features And More

    Francesco
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:14 am
    One of the several video games based on the Warhammer franchise launching in the future, Warhammer: Arcane Magic, has received a brand new trailer a few hours ago. The new trailer, which can be found by going at the end of this post, showcases several of the gameplay features of the upcoming game. Warhammer: Arcane The post Warhammer: Arcane Magic New Trailer Showcases Gameplay Features And More appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Avernum 2: Crystal Souls Available Once Again On The App Store

    Francesco
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:04 am
    A couple of months back we have reported that Avernum 2: Crystal Souls, the classic role playing game developed by Spiderweb Software, has been briefly available on the App Store but was soon removed after the team discovered a critical issue which happened on the iOS 8.3 version. Those who haven’t been able to purchase The post Avernum 2: Crystal Souls Available Once Again On The App Store appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Dear Diary Cheats – How to Get More Keys Easily (iOS)

    Luciano
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:03 am
    Dear Diary – An Interactive Story About Anna’s Secrets (yup, that’s the full title!) is a really well written interactive story where you control Anna’s fate by making some important choices for her, choices that completely and permanently change Anna’s destiny: from failed classes to super-successful dates, it’s all based on the choices that you The post Dear Diary Cheats – How to Get More Keys Easily (iOS) appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Drift Spirits Cheats: Tips & Strategy to Drift like a Pro

    Jeremy
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:20 pm
    Get ready to drift like a pro with Drift Spirits, the newest one-touch racing game. From the acclaimed developers at Bandai Namco, this racing game pits you in the seat of high-speed street cars. Drift with just one tap and beat your opponents! We’ll help you master drifting with our Drift Spirits cheats, tips and tricks strategy The post Drift Spirits Cheats: Tips & Strategy to Drift like a Pro appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
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  • Starting With iOS App Localization

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:42 am
    You do realize that USA and UK are not the only countries where people download apps and play mobile games. However, unless your app is localized, for example, into Spanish, people of Mexico, Chili, Spain or Argentina will have a hard time finding it. The idea to localize your app into another language has probably entered your mind. But the high fees for professional localization and the fact that hardly any indie developers localize their apps sort of hold you back. But you can go the easy way. Even if you only localize metadata (keyword, description, and title) and leave interface and…
  • How We Got Our App Featured on Product Hunt and How You Can Do it Too

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    16 Jun 2015 | 12:46 pm
    They say you can’t properly promote your app without paid advertising. However, you sometimes come across app success stories telling about impressive numbers of organic downloads. And, interestingly enough, many of these stories include being featured on Product Hunt. Product Hunt is a place for featuring and discussing best new apps, games, websites and tech. The community behind Product Hunt consists of early adopters, entrepreneurs and journalists. No wonder, appearing on Product Hunt can get your app good quality visibility. Last week we got our photo editing app Ultrapop submitted on…
  • 5 awesome tools for app developers and marketers spotted on Product Hunt

    Vika Bukhtarevich
    1 Jun 2015 | 12:37 am
    About a month ago we compiled a list of tools and resources that make a life of an indie app developer much easier. Those were mostly well-known, established tools that have been around for a while. But the industry is not standing still. This week we have selected 5 fresh tools for app developers that you are very unlikely to have heard of. Why being on Product Hunt makes these products special? Product Hunt is a website for featuring and discussing best new web projects, apps, gadgets and technology products. The Product Hunt community consists of startuppers, investors, tech journalists…
  • 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…
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  • How to jailbreak iOS 8.3 Using TaiG Tool v2.

    23 Jun 2015 | 10:48 am
    Just out of the blue, The Chinese team surprised us today with an untethered jailbreak for iOS 8.3 and this jailbreak is supporting all the iDevices. Some jailbreak users complained about an issue while attempting the jailbreak, so please follow this tutorial to the letters to ensure a successful jailbreak.Please bare in mind that TaiG tool v.2 is only available for windows platform for now. For Mac users they are asked to install a virtual machine such as VMWare or Virtual Box.Before starting the jailbreak process , it is required to downgrade to iTunes 12.1 to avoid an eventual…
  • Apple Watch vs Asus ZenWatch - Smartwatch Comparison.

    3 Jun 2015 | 10:44 am
    Wearable technologies devices will certainly become part of our everyday life very soon, and I think it has an enormous potential for helping people to understand choices they make on their life styles, health and fitness.Smart Watches has an important part on this new industry, as giant of electronics are already targeting the market such as Apple, Samsung, Asus, LG etc... Today we decided to make a quick comparison between the Apple watch and Asus Zenwatch in terms of design, hardware specifications, size & weight and bands choices.
  • Apple Adds Live broadcast Page of the Upcoming Conference.

    3 Jun 2015 | 7:42 am
    As usual, Apple has updated its conferences page (HERE) with the official slogan of the upcoming conference. This latter is scheduled to be broadcast live at exactly 20:00 pm GMT next Monday 8 June. To be able to watch the WWDC June 2015, you will certainly need to take a look at the following broadcasting requirements :Safari browser 6.0.5 or later on Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later Safari browser running  iOS 6.0 or later Second or third generation of Apple TV 6.2 or later system
  • How to Use Minacris Bypass for iOS 7.

    26 May 2015 | 7:19 am
    Minacris - one of the founders of Doulci bypass - is a genius developer from Ecuador and probably the only one who has breached the iCloud security mechanism so far. He has recently back to the scene offering free icloud bypass for ios 7 and below.Minacris bypass for ios 7 consist of two main basics: you will need to add the following address ip to your host file:107.180.20.216 albert.apple.com107.180.20.216 support.apple.comFirst thing you need to do is to locate the host filelocate the C: partition ( system files partition )Go to WindowsSystem32Drivers etcHostsRight Click and…
  • 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!
 
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  • Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/6/15

    iOS App Lists
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:58 am
    Today’s list of iOS apps and games gone FREE features a few creative apps, a great time utility, and tons of cool games to check out! **Please note that this list contains paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. We don’t know how long they’ll be free. The only ... The post Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/6/15 appeared first on iOS App Lists. Free today with App of the Day! Colors! provides a fun and simple painting experience and invites the user to browse and participate in an online gallery…
  • Balloon Sniper for iPhone Is a Fun Game That Requires Precision and Accuracy

    iOS App Lists
    3 Jul 2015 | 12:17 pm
    If you enjoy games that require skill and precision, Balloon Sniper might be just what you’re looking for. Developed by Trevor Stevenson, this addicting arcade game for iPhone puts your timing and accuracy skills to the test. If you’ve ever been to a fair or carnival, you’ve probably encountered a game where you have to hit balloons with darts in ... The post Balloon Sniper for iPhone Is a Fun Game That Requires Precision and Accuracy appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/3/15

    iOS App Lists
    3 Jul 2015 | 11:32 am
    Today’s list of iOS apps and games gone FREE features a few awesome photo apps to check out, a neat diary app, and tons of addicting games to check out! **Please note that this list contains paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. We don’t know how long they’ll ... The post Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/3/15 appeared first on iOS App Lists. --- All In-App Purchases FREE!!!!! --- withframe photo is an amazingly flexible, incredibly intuitive, and comprehensively customizable tool for enhancing…
  • Turtle Tumble for iOS Adds Fun Twists to Mini Golf

    iOS App Lists
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:58 am
    Turtle Tumble is a brand-new game by War Drum Studios LLC that adds many new twists to the classic game of mini golf. Featuring tons of levels to play through and turtles to unlock, this addicting game features countless hours of playability. Unlike many other mini golf games, Turtle Tumble requires players to continue interacting with the game even after ... The post Turtle Tumble for iOS Adds Fun Twists to Mini Golf appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/2/15

    iOS App Lists
    2 Jul 2015 | 11:12 am
    Thursday’s list of iPhone and iPad apps and games gone FREE features an incredibly popular emoji keyboard and one of the most popular games to ever debut on the App Store. **Please note that this list contains paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a limited time by their developers. We don’t know how long ... The post Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/2/15 appeared first on iOS App Lists. * Over 2,000,000 people love Cleaner :) * Easily Remove Duplicate Contacts! * MAIN FEATURES ○ Find & Merge duplicate contacts! ○ Remove contacts…
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  • Speed Up Slow iPhone 4S, 5, 6 on iOS 8.4

    M Qasim
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:47 pm
    Users owning older iPhone like iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 may be experiencing slow performance of iOS 8.4 on their devices. However, worry not as here we will discuss some of methods and tweaks to restore your old gadget speed on latest Apple software. These tips can be applied to latest iPhones like iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S to make them lightening fast without compromising the performance. How to Speed Up Slow iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 Running on iOS 8.4 Disable the Fancy Effects While Apple has added some good fancy effects like Parallax effects in iOS 7 and kept them in iOS 8.4 too,…
  • Best Installous Alternatives for iOS 8.4

    M Qasim
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:16 pm
    Admit it or not, most of users jailbreak their iPhones and iPads on iOS 8.4 just to get access to Installous. Since Installous has been discontinued long before the release of TaiG iOS 8.4 jailbreak, so we have to look forward to some of best Installous alternative which serve the same purpose. While we are still not sure about exact reason that why Hackulo.us team stopped working on Installous, but one thing is for sure which is there are tens of Installous alternatives out there and today we have put together a list of best among them for our readers. Before you proceed with our list, let…
  • OneHandWizard Cydia Tweak Helps you Use iPhone 6/6 Plus with Single Hand

    M Qasim
    5 Jul 2015 | 2:27 pm
    Unless you have very big hands, its very difficult to use iPhone 6 Plus or even iPhone 6 with a single hand. Keeping that in mind, Apple already added a feature named as Reachability, that helps users perform most of functions with single hand on their biggest iPhones. However, Reachability isn’t that effective and all those users who have been looking for permanent solution, should stop searching now as I have just a found a new Cydia tweak that solves all such problems. OneHandWizard Cydia Tweak for iPhone 6/6 Plus A new Cydia tweak called OneHandWizard, promises to solve all the issues…
  • Best Notification Center Cydia for iOS 8.4 (iPhone/iPad)

    M Qasim
    5 Jul 2015 | 2:07 pm
    Apple allowed users to customize iOS 8 notification center by introducing widgets, however, there’s still that Cydia tweaks can contribute to. Having that mind, we have hand picked some of the best Cydia tweaks to customize Notification Center of your iPhone and iPad running on iOS 8.4. Best Notification Center Tweaks for iOS 8.4 Here’re are some of best tweaks we have picked for you to customize and spice up the Notification Center on your jailbroken iPhone and iPad. NCFold If you have enabled notifications for too many apps, then your Notification Center would be very populated with…
  • Easily Uninstall/Remove Cydia Tweaks from Settings with PrefDelete

    M Qasim
    5 Jul 2015 | 1:36 pm
    If you are looking for easy way to remove/delete or uninstall Cydia tweak directly from Settings app on your iPhone or iPad, then try out PrefDelete! By default, if you want to remove any installed Cydia tweak, you have to launch Cydia app and remove it from there which requires lot of taps. If you have always wished for easier way, then here’s what you are looking for. PrefDelete Cydia tweak which is developed by Brave Heart, gives you option to remove the Cydia tweak you want directly from its preference pane in Settings app. All that can be achieved just by tapping and holding the tweak…
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  • Siri Home Kit Commands

    john
    26 Jun 2015 | 2:26 am
    Siri is about to become a little more useful. Apple have updated their HomeKit support page with a list of commands it will support. Some commands like unlocking doors, require your device to be unlocked, for security reasons! There is a limited list of devices that will support HomeKit currently, but this is expected to grow The Commands “Turn on the lights” or “Turn off the lights.” “Dim the lights” or “Set the brightness to 50%.” “Set the temperature to 68 degrees.” “Turn on the coffee maker.” “Turn on the…
  • iMessage Waiting for Activation – How to fix

    john
    21 Jun 2015 | 3:37 am
    iMessage, is actually something I really missed when I moved to android (dark times). iMessage’s simplicity and the way it integrates itself with the default SMS application means there is very little setup, and nothing to think about, just text away! That is of course, when iMessage activation works. Unfortunately on occasions, for example, when I purchased my new iPhone on Monday last, it fails to activate and you are left with “iMessage Waiting for Activation” message. At the time my new iPhone would only let me use my email address to activate! Not the end of the…
  • Irish RadioPlayer app for the iPhone

    john
    17 Jun 2015 | 7:40 am
    Irish Radioplayer is a partnership between RTÉ and the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland, aimed at making radio listening easier. Not only does it have all the radio stations  (43 in total, 9 of which are RTE Services and the other 34 are from the Independent Broadcasters of Ireland) but it also has a comprehensive collection of catch-up podcasts – an all in one app. The app itself is well laid out, it allows you to create a list of favorite radio stations, which makes it much quicker to find your frequently used stations.We have not yet come across an Irish radio station not…
  • Justine Ezarik

    john
    13 Jun 2015 | 3:59 am
    How have I never heard of iJustine, such an amazing story… I was about to click away, but I stayed when I spotted her iPhone 6 Plus unboxing on youtube.  From what I understand, her fame came from a massive mobile bill she received (this thing came in a box!), and she filmed it on youtube, the rest as they say is viral! This girl is beautiful (sorry for being sexist but she is) and a major apple nerd. And she got a book out of it, she currently seems to be on tour to promote  her book! You can read up more about her on her on her website, Easons even have her book. The post…
  • iOS bug that lets you crash other iPhones with a single text

    john
    27 May 2015 | 8:27 am
    Don’t do this at home folks. Someone has discovered a bug, which only seems be affecting iPhone to iPhone messages –  whereby a single line of text sent in a message can cause an iPhone to reboot. Power لُلُصّبُلُلصّبُررً ॣ ॣh ॣ ॣ 冗 The above is the line of code, although a reddit user reports that the issue is likely to be caused with the Unicode and not  the Arabic text. Apple have yet to respond to the issue, but recommendations in the mean-time are to have the same user sent you an ordinary text message to stop the cycle. Hey my Messages app…
 
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