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  • Lifehacker Pack for iPhone: Our List of the Essential iPhone Apps

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    Thorin Klosowski
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    The iPhone has the largest selection of apps on the mobile side, but that means it’s also the most frustrating to find what’s worthwhile. So we’re highlighting the apps that help you stay productive, connected, informed, and entertained.Read more...
  • Tip of the Day: Activating Siri by voice

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    Jesse Hollington
    28 Jul 2015 | 1:29 pm
    Did you know that you can now activate Siri by simply saying “Hey Siri” while your iPhone is plugged in? To enable this feature, just go into Settings, General, Siri and ensure “Allow Hey Siri” is toggled on. The feature was first introduced in iOS 8 last fall but has been improved through each update, and with recent versions you can now even simply state your whole request without pausing after the opening line – for example,…
  • Are Kill Switches Really Enough to Deter Smartphone Thieves?  

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    Darren Orf
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:20 pm
    When California became the first state to require new smartphones to have a built-in kill switch—a way to disable and brick a device when it goes missing—it seemed like the days of rampant smartphone theft were finally over. After all, who would sell a completely bricked iPhone to some sucker person, amirite?Read more...
  • Apple Music Exclusively Debuts Keith Richards 'Trouble' Video

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    Juli Clover
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:57 am
    Continuing on with its stream of exclusive content, Apple Music is today premiering the video for Keith Richards' latest single, "Trouble." The video is exclusively available through Apple Music Connect on Keith Richards' page on the artist-focused social networking site. Because the video is shared on Apple Music Connect, it does not require an Apple Music subscription to watch. Designed to let fans connect with artists, Apple Music Connect's content is all available for free and will continue to be free after people's three-month free trials expire. Exclusive video premiere of “Trouble”…
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – July 29, 2015

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    Damian Ragar
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:58 am
    Need your daily fix of free apps? We’ve handpicked 13 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are free today only. This apps gone free alert includes Worms3, NoteLedge Ultimate, Super Secret Service and many others. all apps gone free today ➜
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  • 'Fantastical 2' for iPhone Gains Drafts, Japanese Localization

    Juli Clover
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:30 am
    Popular calendar app Fantastical 2 for iPhone was today updated to version 2.4, adding a useful new feature that allows users to create event drafts. With drafts, it's possible to start creating an event or Reminder and then swipe downwards to save it as a draft, setting it aside to multitask and access other events on the calendar. For example, if you start scheduling a lunch meeting but need to pause in the middle to check your afternoon schedule, there's no need to discard what you've written entirely -- you can save it as a draft, check the calendar, and come back to it. Draft posts are…
  • Apple Music Exclusively Debuts Keith Richards 'Trouble' Video

    Juli Clover
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:57 am
    Continuing on with its stream of exclusive content, Apple Music is today premiering the video for Keith Richards' latest single, "Trouble." The video is exclusively available through Apple Music Connect on Keith Richards' page on the artist-focused social networking site. Because the video is shared on Apple Music Connect, it does not require an Apple Music subscription to watch. Designed to let fans connect with artists, Apple Music Connect's content is all available for free and will continue to be free after people's three-month free trials expire. Exclusive video premiere of “Trouble”…
  • Apple to Expand Retail Presence in India With 500 Authorized Mobility Resellers

    Mitchel Broussard
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:01 am
    Following a focus on expanding its presence in the greater China area, sources speaking with NDTV Gadgets have confirmed Apple is looking to increase its foothold in India as well through the launch of a new retail store program. The new initiative -- dubbed the Authorized Mobility Resellers program -- will reportedly see the company open 500 retail store locations across 12 cities in India. The stores will showcase a heavier focus on Apple's mobile offerings, like the iPhone and iPad, along with "related third-party accessories." Apple has already signed up over 100 partners it wants to work…
  • Beijing Police Shut Down Large-Scale Factory That Made Over 41,000 Counterfeit iPhones

    Mitchel Broussard
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:08 am
    Beijing police have shut down a large iPhone counterfeiting ring within the city that had managed to produce more than 41,000 fake versions of the flagship smartphone, some of which even managed to reach the United States (via Reuters). All told, the ring's counterfeit production had grown to be worth as much as 120 million yuan (about $19 million). The police have arrested a total of nine suspects thought to be involved directly in the counterfeiting operation, all due to a combined effort to enforce stricter counterfeit and intellectual property laws in China. Of the nine arrested were…
  • Apple and Nike Settle FuelBand Class Action Lawsuit

    Husain Sumra
    24 Jul 2015 | 8:40 pm
    Apple and Nike settled a two-year-old class action lawsuit that challenged their advertising claims regarding the Nike+ FuelBand. The lawsuit alleged that Nike and Apple made misleading statements about the FuelBand's ability to accurately track steps, calories and NikeFuel. Under the settlement, customers who purchased a FuelBand between January 19, 2012 and June 17, 2015 can make a claim for either a $15 payment or $25 gift card redeemable at Nike-owned stores in the United States and Puerto Rico or at Nike's online shop. The number of claims that a customer may submit depends on…
 
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  • Yahoo unveils LiveText, its new Snapchat-esque messaging app with text and silent video

    Christian Zibreg
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:10 am
    As vaguely hinted yesterday, Yahoo held a press conference in New York City this morning to announce its brand new mobile product: a messaging app called LiveText. The app recently soft-launched in HongKong, Taiwan and Ireland and is scheduled to roll out in more markets tomorrow, including the United States and the United Kingdom. Don’t worry, we’ll keep you updated as soon as it hits the US App Store. LiveText promises to transform simple conversations into rich, fun and memorable experiences with text and live video, but without sound. It’s very Snapchat-esque and…
  • Poll: will you continue using Apple Music past the trial period?

    Christian Zibreg
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:41 am
    Apple Music has been available for a little more than a month now and the service already has dozens, if not hundreds of problems to complain about which have earned it mixed reviews from the press. Apple Music’s biggest advantage, its tight integration with the rest of the Apple ecosystem, is being erased for some amid a flurry of issues, ranging from disappearing music, issues with DRM, user interface inconsistencies and poor implementation in iTunes, to mention just a few. You’ve heard the horror stories and have hopefully played long enough with Apple Music in order to make an…
  • Fantastical for iPhone gains drafts feature [bonus: promo codes giveaway]

    Christian Zibreg
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:31 am
    Developer FlexiBits has issued an update to Fantastical’s iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch apps this morning. This premium calendar and reminder replacement software for iOS, watchOS and OS X now includes complete support for Japanese users across its iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch editions. More importantly, Fantastical 2.4 for iPhone now includes drafts, a handy new feature addition that makes it possible to multitask while adding new items quickly and easily. The update is rolling out as we speak and should be available in the App Store shortly. As a nice bonus, the fine folk at Flexibits…
  • Apple posts an update improving FaceTime camera compatibility on Windows for Boot Camp users

    Christian Zibreg
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:46 am
    If you use Apple’s Boot Camp software to run Windows and OS X in a dual-boot configuration, you’re advised to install the company’s new driver update for the FaceTime camera on 2015 MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models. The FaceTime Camera Driver Update, a manual download from Apple’s website, improves FaceTime camera compatibility with Windows. This update is recommended for all Boot Camp users.... Read the rest of this post here "Apple posts an update improving FaceTime camera compatibility on Windows for Boot Camp users" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
  • This app lets you transfer your Spotify and Rdio playlists to Apple Music with a single click

    Christian Zibreg
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:01 am
    Our own Jeff Benjamin told you about an Apple Script for exporting your Spotify playlists into Apple Music. Now there’s now an even easier method to migrate your music to Apple Music as someone has built a dedicated app to transfer Spotify and Rdio playlists to Apple Music with a single click. Created by two guys from California who call themselves Move To Apple, their new app aptly named Move to Apple Music automates the process of migrating all your music and playlists from Spotify or Rdio to Apple Music, in exchange for $4.99.... Read the rest of this post here "This app lets you…
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  • Delete Old iPhone iCloud Backups to Free Up Space

    Thorin Klosowski
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Backing up your iPhone or iPad to iCloud is a good idea, but when you upgrade phones, you might end up with multiple backups, including ones you don’t need anymore. OS X Daily shows you how to delete them.Read more...
  • Lifehacker Pack for iPhone: Our List of the Essential iPhone Apps

    Thorin Klosowski
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    The iPhone has the largest selection of apps on the mobile side, but that means it’s also the most frustrating to find what’s worthwhile. So we’re highlighting the apps that help you stay productive, connected, informed, and entertained.Read more...
  • Pocket on iOS Finally Lets You Listen to Articles with Text-to-Speech

    Patrick Allan
    16 Jul 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Pocket is one of our favorite services for saving articles to read later , but the iOS app was missing a killer feature Android users have had for a while: Text-to-Speech. That changes today with an update for the Pocket app on iPhones and iPads.http://lifehacker.com/how-to-use-poc... Read more...
  • The Best Smartphone For Every Need

    Darren Orf and Sean Hollister on Reviews, shared by Alan Henry to Lifehacker
    16 Jul 2015 | 9:55 am
    “What’s the best smartphone?” It’s a question I hear at least once or twice a week.Read more...
  • The Best Address Book App for iPhone

    Thorin Klosowski
    13 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    We’ve seen a ton of address book apps for the iPhone, but most have struggled because they rely on social network integration that tends to break after a few months. Because of that, we like Simpler Contacts, which keeps things simple, but has enough features to set it apart from the default app.Read more...
 
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  • Are Kill Switches Really Enough to Deter Smartphone Thieves?  

    Darren Orf
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:20 pm
    When California became the first state to require new smartphones to have a built-in kill switch—a way to disable and brick a device when it goes missing—it seemed like the days of rampant smartphone theft were finally over. After all, who would sell a completely bricked iPhone to some sucker person, amirite?Read more...
  • Meerkat now lets you live-stream video straight from a GoPro camera that’s connected to your iPhone.

    Jamie Condliffe
    24 Jul 2015 | 1:41 am
    Meerkat now lets you live-stream video straight from a GoPro camera that’s connected to your iPhone.Read more...
  • This Tiny iPhone Charger Has 128GB of Extra Storage Built Right In

    Andrew Liszewski
    21 Jul 2015 | 7:40 am
    Leaving home without your smartphone’s charging cable is as disastrous as forgetting the device itself. That’s why ultra-compact charging cables are suddenly so popular, and with 128GB of extra storage onboard, PhotoFast’s new MemoriesCable might be the only one iPhone users will want to consider.Read more...
  • The Best Smartphone For Every Need

    Darren Orf and Sean Hollister on Reviews, shared by Meg Neal to Gizmodo
    16 Jul 2015 | 9:55 am
    “What’s the best smartphone?” It’s a question I hear at least once or twice a week.Read more...
  • Why Does Asking Siri to Charge Your Phone Call the Cops?

    Jamie Condliffe
    16 Jul 2015 | 3:30 am
    Utter the words—and we don’t suggest you do—“charge my phone 100 percent” to Siri, and your iPhone will try and call the emergency services, after a five-second grace period in which you can cancel it. But why?Read more...
 
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  • Dear Veronica: Is this the end of portable gaming devices?

    Veronica Belmont
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-820880{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-820880, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-820880{width:570px;display:block;} First things first, I wanted to let you guys ...
  • Samsung adds some power to its latest Android flip phone

    Steve Dent
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:43 am
    With the tactile buttons, nostalgic looks and snappy foldability, flip phones have a certain je ne sais quoi. But nobody wants to use a feature phone like a caveman, so Samsung has just revealed its latest model, the Galaxy Folder. It's arriving righ...
  • 7 amazing human-powered gadgets

    Inhabitat
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:30 am
    By Cat DiStasio Electricity runs the world we live in -- but we often overlook the fact that our own bodies generate quite a bit of energy just by doing what we do. This has led engineers and designers to create a wide array of human-powered gadgets ...
  • AT&T will require working FM radios in its Android phones

    Jon Fingas
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:09 am
    You might think that conventional radio is becoming less relevant as time marches on, but AT&T begs to differ. It's requiring that Android phone makers not only include active FM radio chips in their devices from 2016 onwards, but that they switch on...
  • StubHub lets eventgoers call an Uber from its app

    Edgar Alvarez
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:50 am
    People love it when companies make things easier for them, and that's exactly what StubHub is doing today. If you use the service to buy tickets to events, like a live concert or sports game, you'll now be able to book an Uber directly from its iOS a...
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  • Dear Veronica: Is this the end of portable gaming devices?

    Veronica Belmont
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-820880{display:none;} .cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-820880, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-820880{width:570px;display:block;} First things first, I wanted to let you guys ...
  • Samsung adds some power to its latest Android flip phone

    Steve Dent
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:43 am
    With the tactile buttons, nostalgic looks and snappy foldability, flip phones have a certain je ne sais quoi. But nobody wants to use a feature phone like a caveman, so Samsung has just revealed its latest model, the Galaxy Folder. It's arriving righ...
  • 7 amazing human-powered gadgets

    Inhabitat
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:30 am
    By Cat DiStasio Electricity runs the world we live in -- but we often overlook the fact that our own bodies generate quite a bit of energy just by doing what we do. This has led engineers and designers to create a wide array of human-powered gadgets ...
  • AT&T will require working FM radios in its Android phones

    Jon Fingas
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:09 am
    You might think that conventional radio is becoming less relevant as time marches on, but AT&T begs to differ. It's requiring that Android phone makers not only include active FM radio chips in their devices from 2016 onwards, but that they switch on...
  • StubHub lets eventgoers call an Uber from its app

    Edgar Alvarez
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:50 am
    People love it when companies make things easier for them, and that's exactly what StubHub is doing today. If you use the service to buy tickets to events, like a live concert or sports game, you'll now be able to book an Uber directly from its iOS a...
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  • News: AT&T wants $100M data throttling fine thrown out

    Dan Pye
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:33 am
    AT&T is asking the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to cancel a proposed $100 million fine levied against the company for throttling data speeds for users with “unlimited” data plans, The Hill reports. The FCC launched a complaint in October 2014 claiming AT&T slowed speeds for users who had used a certain amount of data each month without informing customers of the policy, then announced in June that it intended to fine the company…
  • News: Daily Deal: Blinkist Premium, 1 Year Subscription

    Dennis Lloyd
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:11 am
    Today in iLounge Deals we’re offering you a one year subscription to Blinkist Premium for only $29.99 – that’s 62% off the regular price. Providing a mobile-friendly app for iOS and Android, Blinkist helps you tap into a wide variety of new and interesting topics while on the go, with “blinks” that present convenient summaries of key ideas from nonfiction best sellers in a “made-for-mobile” format. Essentially…
  • Tip of the Day: Activating Siri by voice

    Jesse Hollington
    28 Jul 2015 | 1:29 pm
    Did you know that you can now activate Siri by simply saying “Hey Siri” while your iPhone is plugged in? To enable this feature, just go into Settings, General, Siri and ensure “Allow Hey Siri” is toggled on. The feature was first introduced in iOS 8 last fall but has been improved through each update, and with recent versions you can now even simply state your whole request without pausing after the opening line – for example,…
  • News: Apple Music added to T-Mobile’s Music Freedom

    Dan Pye
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:43 am
    T-Mobile has added Apple Music to its Music Freedom program, allowing listeners to stream Apple Music songs without counting against their data limit. The carrier is also offering customers the ability to lease an iPhone for $15 a month and allowing anyone picking up an iPhone before Labor Day to upgrade to the next model later this year at the same rate. “Now, every single customer who gets a new iPhone 6 this summer as part of this deal can…
  • News: Daily Deal: iFixit Pro Tech Screwdriver Set & Jimmy Bundle

    Dennis Lloyd
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:07 am
    In our iLounge Deal for today we’re offering the iFixit Pro Tech Screwdriver Set & Jimmy Bundle for only $59.95 – almost 40% off the regular price. This at-home repair kit gives you everything you need to fix your computer, smartphone, gaming console and more, with a full screwdriver set that includes 15 fixed-bladed drivers that cover the screws found in more than 90% of electronic devices, including pentalobe drivers for your Apple devices.…
 
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  • Can't favorite songs on Beats 1 or add them to iCloud Music Library? Here's why!

    Serenity Caldwell
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:35 am
    Can't fave a song you love from Beats 1? A cocktail of bugs and music licensing are at fault. I listen to a lot of Beats 1 throughout my day. In part, it's to find new music I haven't heard yet; I also appreciate hearing the occasional human conversation in my otherwise solitary office. But sometimes, when I hear a song I love, the "favorite" option isn't available; nor can I tap "Add to My Music" to send a track to my library. Having the same problem? Here's why it's happening—and the best workaround for seeing if tracks are truly unavailable or just hiding in the Apple Music catalog. The…
  • Apple Music Wish List: Let me know when this song gets added to Apple Music

    Serenity Caldwell
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:59 am
    Beats 1 plays lots of great unreleased content. I want to know when it gets added to the Apple Music catalog. I've found a lot of exciting new music during my lengthy Beats 1 listening sprees, but I can't tell you what half of those tracks were. That's because Apple's radio station often plays unreleased or pre-release tracks on its DJ shows, and those tracks (by virtue of, y'know, not being released) aren't available in the on-demand Apple Music catalog. As such, the only thing I can do with those tracks if I want to remember them is create an Apple Music radio station based on them. There's…
  • OS X vs. Windows 10: Which should you get?

    Rene Ritchie
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:55 am
    Should you get Apple's OS X or Microsoft's Windows 10? Trick question. The Mac can run both! When you buy a Mac, not only does it come with OS X 10.10 Yosemite installed—and free update to OS X 10.11 El Capitan—on the way, it's a full-on UNIX machine and, through a virtual machine or dual-booting with Bootcamp, it can runs Windows as well. That means the Mac isn't just the best PC hardware you can buy, it's the most flexible. So, if you really want Windows 10, don't settle. Get it on a Mac! Windows 10: The definitive review Windows 10: Everything you need to know Windows 10: Help and…
  • Yahoo LiveText hopes blending video and texting will make for more authentic conversations

    Joseph Keller
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:31 am
    Yahoo has officially announced LiveText, its new messaging app that blends text messaging and live-streaming video to create more memorable experiences. The app was originally soft-launched in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Ireland, and will soon be available in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, and France. LiveText centers on real-time conversation, letting you actually see the reactions of your friends over live video to the messages you type. Video is silent, so you'll need to rely on typed messages in order to communicate. From Yahoo: Yahoo Livetext puts your words and your friend's real-time…
  • Take our Apple Watch survey and be entered to win $500!

    Rene Ritchie
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:00 am
    How do you use your Apple Watch? The Apple Watch has been out for 3 months now. During that time we've reviewed it, produced dozens of articles designed to help you get the most out of it, and even re-reviewed it a couple of times. Now, with all of that behind us and watchOS 2 still to come, we're going to pause of a moment to hear what you think about your Apple Watch. And to say thank you, we want to give you a chance to enter to win a $500 gift certificate to put towards new bands, or even your next iPhone or Apple Watch! Take the iMore Apple Watch Survey now Because the survey focuses on…
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  • Motorola unveils Moto Pulse and Moto Surround iOS-compatible Bluetooth headphones

    thomasc
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:20 am
    Along with a new flagship smartphones – Moto G (3rd gen.), Moto X Style and Moto X Play, Motorola announced two new iOS-compatible Bluetooth headphones during its special event on Tuesday. The Moto Pulse is a wireless on-ear headset with foldable ear cups, built-in microphone, 40mm speaker drivers, 18-hour battery life and up to 60 feet of wireless range (twice as much as the standard range). Moto Pulse features Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity and pairs with any smartphone, tablet or Bluetooth-enabled computer out there. It can be paired with two devices simultaneously. The Moto…
  • Microsoft Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Android and Windows tablets now available

    thomasc
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:37 am
    Announced earlier this year, Microsoft’s new Universal Foldable Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Android devices, and Windows tablets is now available at the Microsoft Store and various other retailers starting at $99.95. And it’s currently on sale on Amazon for just $79.17! Here are the highlights of this super portable and ultra-thin lightweight keyboard: Ultra-thin and lightweight: Only 5mm thin, the innovative, foldable design easily fits into a purse, bag, or pocket. Bluetooth Smart: Clutter-free and reliable experience utilizing the latest in Bluetooth 4.0 technology, consuming…
  • Squirrels releases ScreenToss for Mac and Reflector Director iOS app

    thomasc
    17 Jul 2015 | 7:39 am
    Squirrels, the maker of popular Reflector, Slingshot and AirParrot apps, has recently launched two new apps – ScreenToss for Mac and Reflector Director. ScreenToss automatically uploads any screenshots you capture to your favorite image-sharing service. The app gives you a single keyboard shortcut to take a screenshot, upload it and copy the link. All that’s left is sharing it with others. ScreenToss supports Imgur and Dropbox. Get ScreenToss from the Mac App Store. Reflector Director, a companion iOS app to Reflector 2, is a brand new technology that allows Mac and PC users…
  • Infuse 3 video player updated with all-new folders and background audio

    thomasc
    8 Jul 2015 | 4:02 am
    FireCore has just updated Infuse 3 “to make watching videos in Infuse even better and more enjoyable.” Version 3.4 brings a handful of improvements including new organization options, background audio playback, and more. Folders An all-new folders option provides the ability to manually organize videos to your heart’s content. You can even set custom artwork for each, allowing everything to mesh seamlessly with the native Infuse layout. Background (audio) playback Background playback allows for a video’s audio to continue playing in the background while using other…
  • 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…
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  • Hands On: Microsoft Excel 2016 v15.11.2 (OS X)

    29 Jul 2015 | 12:20 pm
    It's no longer enough for Microsoft to add the odd new feature and scrub up the appearance of an app: the world has moved on, not least in that we now call them all "apps" instead of "applications." With Office 2016 now available to Office 365 users (if their companies have enabled it, or if they sign up themselves), our attention did go first to the new version of Microsoft Word. Office for Mac really contains four major applications (and OneNote, which we'll call a minor one) though, and while we personally might lump PowerPoint and Outlook together into the guest-cast category, Microsoft…
  • App Update: Duplicate Photo Finder, Tropico 5, Graphic Inspector, more

    29 Jul 2015 | 11:23 am
    App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Duplicate Photo Finder, Tropico 5, Graphic Inspector, Picture Collage Maker, Audirvana Plus, and TextBatchConv....
  • Briefly: Teenagers perform iPhone scam, Sprint updates family plan

    29 Jul 2015 | 10:58 am
    Teenagers performing a scam where they sold iPhone boxes filled with Play-Doh bricks have been arrested. Three teenagers have been charged by the Auburn Hills police near Detroit, Michigan over the scam, after they sold the weighted box to a Metro PCS store owner, reports Reuters. The store owner contacted the police after he encouraged the teenagers to perform a second sale of "more phones" to the store, with the group arrested upon their return. All three have entered not guilty pleas and are due in court for a pre-exam conference on August 3....
  • Apple issues driver update for Windows 7, 8 on Macs

    29 Jul 2015 | 10:41 am
    In a seeming coincidence to being the day Microsoft has launched its latest version of Windows, on Wednesday Apple released a driver update for those running Windows 7 and Windows 8 on their 2015 series MacBook computers, including the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and the latest Retina MacBook. The update is a FaceTime Camera driver update that improves compatibility with Windows when using Boot Camp-based installations....
  • Motorola unveils Moto Pulse, Moto Surround Bluetooth headphones

    29 Jul 2015 | 10:24 am
    Alongside yesterday's Moto smartphone announcements, Motorola also unveiled a pair of Bluetooth headphones. The Moto Pulse and sporty Surround headphones come complete with an iOS companion app, which helps with connecting the devices to an iPhone or iPad, shows the remaining battery life, and helps track the devices down if they are lost using Google Maps....
 
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  • Microsoft Launches Windows 10 with Worldwide Fan Celebrations

    Usman
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:48 am
    Microsoft has today announced the launch of its much anticipated Windows 10 operating system, which has been made available across 190 countries as a free upgrade or with new PCs and tablet. The company is celebrating the global Windows 10 launch by hosting special events all over the world, a new global advertising campaign and the #UpgradeYourWorld initiative for “those who inspire and empower others”. “We are excited to bring Windows 10 and its many innovations to the world,” Windows and Devices Group Corporate Vice President Yusuf Mehdi said in a blog post. “Windows 10 is…
  • Check out this iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Inspired iPhone 6c Concept

    Usman
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:31 am
    Designer Kiarash Kia has just come up with a familiar, yet refreshing concept of what he believes could be the colourful iPhone 6c, based on the core design of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones. The concept device seems to pack a 750 x 1134 pixel resolution display, weighs 120 grams, comes with 1 GB of RAM and features an 8 megapixel back camera. The A8-chip based iPhone 6c concept device is offered in blue, yellow, beige and black. The handset also features an M8 coprocessor in a 7 mm thick case, along with a fingerprint scanner. The plastic chassis is rounded like the iPhone 6…
  • 42% of iPhone 6 Owners Used Apple Pay in the US

    István Fekete
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:56 am
    While Canadian mobile payment adoption is very low, US-based iPhone 6 owners seem to love Apple Pay, although the lack of opportunities to use it interfere with their willingness to pay using the latest technology, says Auriemma Consulting Group in a recent report (via iPhonote). As it turns out, there is a stable Apple Pay user base in the US: 42% of iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus owners have used it, slightly down from the 46% reported two months ago, but similar to what the Auriemma Consulting Group recorded in February 2015. After surveying 500 iPhone 6/6 Plus owners (they do that every…
  • [u] Bank of Canada: Only 7% of Canadians Use Mobile Payments [Report]

    István Fekete
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:22 am
    PayPal-commissioned studies have already suggested that Canadians are ready to ditch their wallets in favour of mobile payments. But how does this look in reality? Well, the use of cash is on the decline, but the picture isn’t as bright as studies might have suggested, as Canadians still prefer other payment methods to using their smartphones to pay for goods and services, a discussion paper entitled “2013 Methods-of-Payment Survey Results” released recently by Bank of Canada reveals (via the Winnipeg Free Press). There is shift away from cash toward electronic payments, the…
  • iPad Maintains Lead in Global Tablet Market with 24.5% Share: IDC

    István Fekete
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:14 am
    Apple has maintained its lead in the worldwide tablet market in the second calendar quarter of 2015 despite a 17.9% drop in iPad sales compared to the same period a year ago, according to a fresh report from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker. Fact is, the global tablet market declined 7% on a year-over-year basis during the past quarter, and 3.9% compared to the previous quarter due to limited hardware innovation and few vendor portfolio updates. With 10.9 million iPads sold in the past quarter, Apple grabbed almost a quarter (24.5%) of the global…
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  • Gameit

    James Horton
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:00 am
    Win huge discounts on your favorite products through fast and fun trivia quizzes in gameit! If you are a fan of trivia games and like to win prizes, you are going to love gameit. Gameit for the iPhone lets you win as much as 100% off discounts off some of the most popular products today. […]
  • El Capitan updates for DEVONagent and DEVONsphere Express

    Jerad Hill
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:15 am
    DEVONtechnologies, LLC updates all editions of its Internet search and research tool DEVONagent as well as the context-aware search assistant DEVONsphere Express for compatibility to OS X El Capitan. Both applications also get workflow, performance, and reliability enhancements too. The updates are free and recommended for all users. Equipped with artificial intelligence, DEVONagent searches multiple sources for relevant results, and gives you power tools for your research.
  • Twocanoes Releases Winclone 5.1 with Windows 10 Compatibility

    Jerad Hill
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    Twocanoes Software has announced an update to Winclone 5 with support for the Windows 10 operating system. Winclone 5 is the premier Boot Camp cloning and migration solution for the Mac. Winclone helps everyone who uses Boot Camp on the Mac to easily clone Windows for backup or migration to a new Mac. Winclone 5 is available in Basic, Standard and Pro editions. Version 5.1 introduces support for cloning and restoring Windows 10 Boot Camp partitions.
  • Twocanoes Releases Boot Runner 2.2 with Windows 10 Compatibility

    Jerad Hill
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    Twocanoes Software announced the release of Boot Runner 2.2, the premier dual-boot startup manager for Mac, with Windows 10 compatibility. Boot Runner puts you in control of startup of native and virtual operating systems running on Mac computers. Boot Runner 2.2 also offers a customizable system selection screen and remote boot control, ensuring Windows running on the Mac is available to receive critical security updates. The update is free to all current Boot Runner 2 customers.
  • Enter2game launches free educational game for children

    Jerad Hill
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:55 am
    In order to contribute to the learning of 0 to 5 years old children, Enter2game launched Animated Animals 2.0.5 for iOS & Android devices. This application helps teach the names and sounds of over 20 animals in eight languages. In addition to the language development of the child, Animated Animals works with other learning processes and stimulates the development of basic skills & acquisition of new knowledge through painting and fitting games, with graphics and animations targeted at children.
 
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  • Using Apple Music for a laugh

    Jeff Richardson
    28 Jul 2015 | 10:05 pm
    I suspect that many of you are using Apple Music right now, as am I.  Whether or not we stick with it once it becomes necessary to pay a monthly fee, we all get lots of great free music for three months.  But today's post is not about music.  One thing that I have been enjoying on Apple Music is listening to comedy.  I'm not just talking about comedic songs, although there is an Intro to "Weird Al" Yankovic curated playlist that has everything from Eat It to I Lost On Jeopardy, plus lots of other funny songs.  Today, I'm talking about stand-up comedy albums.
  • Apple Watch tip: change time zone if you exercise late at night

    Jeff Richardson
    26 Jul 2015 | 10:05 pm
    The Activity app on the Apple Watch encourages you to be more active by using circles.  If you stand and move around during 12 or more different hours during the day, you complete the blue "Stand" circle.  If you exercise for 30 minutes or more during the day, you complete the green "Exercise" circle.  And if you move around and burn enough active calories to meet that goal (which can be adjusted), you complete the red "Move" circle.  Complete all three before midnight, and you get an alert congratulating you for completing all of your goals that day. …
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    23 Jul 2015 | 10:21 pm
    If you are looking to try out a bunch of apps without spending a lot of money, Apple is running a promotion this week in which 100 apps and games are being sold for only $0.99 each.  There are even some great productivity apps like GoodReader (a must for any attorney) and Scanner Pro.  Also on sale is this little up-and-coming game called Angry Birds; there might be a future in that one.  Check out the full list of $0.99 apps here.  And now, the news of note from the past week: John Gruber of Daring Fireball notes that Apple now sells as many iOS devices as the worldwide PC industry sells…
  • Apple 2015 fiscal third quarter -- the iPhone and iPad angle

    Jeff Richardson
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:16 pm
    Yesterday, Apple released the results for its 2015 fiscal third quarter (which ran from March 29, 2015 to June 27, 2015) and held a call with analysts to discuss the results.  This is typically not a big fiscal quarter for Apple; the important quarter for Apple every year is the first fiscal quarter containing the holiday sales season, and during the fiscal third quarter, most potential Apple customers wait to see what new products Apple will introduce in the Fall.  Even so, Apple reported record results for a third fiscal quarter:  revenue of $49.6 billion and net profits of $10.7…
  • The Seven Year Switch

    Jeff Richardson
    20 Jul 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Tomorrow is the seven year anniversary of my being an iPhone user.  (I'm posting this today because tomorrow I plan to discuss Apple's financial call that will take place at the end of the day today.)  The original iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, but I didn't get one because it didn't work with the Microsoft Exchange email used at my law firm (and most other large law firms).  So instead I continued to use my Palm Treo 650, a device that I really liked for many years but which, by mid-2007, I was eager to replace with an iPhone.  Apple added support for Microsoft…
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  • Protect Your Lily Pad from Pirates in HappyMagenta's Upcoming 'Lily of Swampville'

    Jared Nelson
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:46 am
    When I think of developer HappyMagenta I think of quick-hitting high-score games with pixel art and unique mechanics. Games like Fist of Fury [Free], Snow Roll [Free] and Cube Koala [Free]. They're masters of that type of game, but every once in a while they branch out a bit into something with a bit more substance. That's the feeling I get from their latest project, a fixed turret defense game called Lily of Swampville. The idea is that you're defending your home from invading pirates by using the tried-and-true Angry Birds style aiming to shoot arrows at enemies. Of course you'll have…
  • This Week's 'Hearthstone' Tavern Brawl is Now Live - It's... Too Many Portals, or Maybe Showdown at Blackrock Mountain

    Eli Hodapp
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:13 am
    Well, this is kind of weird. This is normally when we'd post about the new Hearthstone [Free] Tavern Brawl being live, but it'd appear that there's bit a bit of a SNAFU this week. Per a post on reddit, this week's Tavern Brawl is supposed to be "Too Many Portals," which basically mimics the Hunter Webspinner craziness except with Unstable Portals. ... Buuuut, a bunch of people (myself included) are seeing the old Showdown at Blackrock Mountain Tavern Brawl featuring Nefarion versus Ragnaros. Blizzard Community Manager Zeriyah has chimed in and has mentioned they're working on a fix. Also,…
  • 'Earth Vs. Balloons' Review - And Lo The Penguins Did Suffer

    Shaun Musgrave
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:00 am
    Thanks to the massive success of Rovio's Angry Birds [$0.99] during the formative years of the App Store, physics-based puzzle games are probably one of the more, shall we say, over-represented genres on the App Store. At this point, I'd imagine most people have plenty of them in their purchase histories, and as a result, it takes something really special to make any actual waves in the genre. An initial glance at Earth Vs. Balloons [Free], which in screenshots looks very much like something that's been done again and again on iOS, isn't likely to turn anyone's head. But after seeing the name…
  • 'Champion Of The Gods' Review - Destiny's Child

    Shaun Musgrave
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:30 am
    The gamebooks released by publisher Choice Of Games are a bit of a tough sell to the uninitiated. I mean, gamebooks in general are a tough sell, but many of the other gamebook publishers on the App Store put a lot of work into the stuff around the text. Whether it's a plethora of illustrations, a unique visual presentation, added music or sound effects, or even just playing around with the appearance of the virtual pages, considerable effort seems to be spent to try to get people to give the actual meat of the experience, the text, a proper chance. Choice Of Games offers little more than a…
  • New iPhone Games Coming Tonight: 'Race The Sun', 'Operation Dracula', 'Cube Jump' and More

    Eli Hodapp
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:35 am
    These have been a strange couple of weeks on the App Store as the New Zealand game release schedule has been totally different for whatever weird reason that can't be explained in any way other than "It's the App Store, of course it's crazy." Last week we didn't even see new games appear in New Zealand (which is why we didn't have this post), thankfully things seem to be back to normal... Or, as normal as things can be in the world of iOS gaming. Games on the NZ App Store that will be available in the US at 11:00 PM Eastern: Cube Worm (by Craneballs s.r.o.) OPERATION DRACULA (by Crescent Moon…
 
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    CreativeApplications.Net

  • Definitions – Computational poetry using MIT’s ConceptNet

    Filip Visnjic
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:33 am
    Created by Bryan Ma at Parsons, Definitions is a computational poetry installation made up of 15 networked LCDs that searches MIT's ConceptNet to serve as a metaphor for the use of NLP in commoditizing human activity on the internet.
  • A Manual for Urban Projection (MUP) by Ali Momeni — Kickstarter

    Filip Visnjic
    22 Jul 2015 | 2:42 pm
    MUP is a guide for people projecting images in public places, providing concepts, tools, resources, and recipes for urban projection. The project is currently looking for support via Kickstarter.
  • F21Thread – A display made of 6,400 spools of thread

    Filip Visnjic
    22 Jul 2015 | 6:24 am
    A 2,000 lb machine that uses 6,400 mechanical spools of thread to display Instagrams is the latest project by NY based collaborative BREAKFAST. The team are streaming live online 24 hours a day from July 22-28th, and users receive an auto-edited video of their Instagrams being displayed on the screen.
  • The Original Net Artists? Toronto Telidon

    Greg J. Smith
    21 Jul 2015 | 3:44 pm
    Motherboard’s Jordan Pearson authored a documentary and thorough feature on Toronto Community Videotex and the weirdly specific roots of Toronto’s media art scene in the early 1980s. Centring around Telidon, a television and phone line-based ancestor to the internet, it details how a forward-thinking artist community organized around this technology and brainstormed how it might […]
  • Traces – Physical programming of freeform folding in soft matter

    Filip Visnjic
    21 Jul 2015 | 8:47 am
    Created by Dana Zelig, Traces project explores the concept of programming everyday materials, a form of "physical programming" where objects are "made to act" on some form following specific instructions.
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    italk magazine

  • Apple Desktop Reviews – Apple IMac MB417LL-A 20-Inch Desktop

    italkmagazine
    26 Jul 2015 | 2:46 am
    Whether it’s a desktop and laptop computer, Apple units are getting cheaper these days to create a extra aggressive edge. The worth hole between Apple computer systems and common Windows based mostly PCs are getting narrower and that is nice new for price range acutely aware shoppers like me! The Apple iMac MB417LL/A for example is a really competent and classy 20-inch all-in-one desktop that now retails for round $1189 every, a very good worth contemplating that it’s an Apple machine. This mannequin has a P.66Ghz processor, 2GB of RAM (that may be upgraded to 8GB) and a 320GB…
  • Apple – Why is It So Popular?

    italkmagazine
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:43 am
    While the historical past of PCs is fascinating, the historical past of Apple computer systems is extra so. Although Apple solely maintain about P% of the pc market, that is nonetheless lots when you think about what number of hundreds of thousands of computer systems there are on the earth. Apple is, arguably, the inventor of the fashionable pc graphical consumer interface – the home windows, icons, menus and mouse pointer that you simply’re utilizing proper now (though that is disputed, they definitely did it earlier than Microsoft Windows did). The first Macs have been out and…
  • The Accu Chek Mobile Glucose Meter – The Easiest To Use

    italkmagazine
    16 Jul 2015 | 8:42 pm
    If you would select between a glucose testing meter that used check strips and one that did not, which might you select? The one and not using a check strip proper? Same right here, and that is why I’m writing this text concerning the Accu Chek Mobile check strip free glucose meter that meets and beats expectations. Being a diabetic is just not straightforward in and of its self, so anytime you’ll find one thing that provides you a bonus or makes issues simpler, it’s all the time of curiosity. Since testing your blood is only a reality of life if you end up diabetic you may…
  • Get a Free Apple iPad Just For Testing It!

    italkmagazine
    12 Jul 2015 | 5:42 am
    If you need to get your palms on the model new Apple iPAD, however you do not essentially need to half with $500 bucks… There are different choices on the market. Such as getting an Apple iPAD for FREE! How? Most of the time, individuals would shrug an concept like this off as if it have been some sort of rip-off or gimmick, nevertheless, what they do not understand is that corporations NEED individuals to check their merchandise and provides their opinions about them in order that they will enhance their advertising); By making a gift of numerous models, on this case the model new…
  • H Tips For Choosing a New Apple Laptop

    italkmagazine
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:29 pm
    Ready to make the transfer to an Apple Laptop? Or are you simply able to improve a favourite older Mac that is seen years of lengthy and trustworthy service? No matter the place you are coming from, listed here are 5 fast tricks to decide which Apple laptop computer is the suitable one for you! What type of work will you be doing in your new laptop computer? Graphics design work will in all probability make a bigger display a plus with the intention to get the small print with out squinting. If you are planning to play video games (particularly on-line video games which will require plenty of…
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    Pocket-lint

  • Fugoo review: A Bluetooth speaker delicacy available in three distinct flavours

    Stuart Miles
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:30 am
    Standing out in the overcrowded Bluetooth speaker market is tough. But it's being not only tough but also adaptable, as is the case of the Fugoo speaker, which marks its point of difference. Three jacket options - Style, Sport and Tough - are available,...
  • No more ‘Use By’ dates: Smart Cap detects when food is on the turn

    Luke Edwards
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:06 am
    When you're shopping for milk in the future you won't be looking at "Use By" dates but rather checking actual quality using a smart lid. The Smart Cap was developed by engineers at the University of Berkeley. The 3D printed cap is able to detect when...
  • You'll soon be able to stream Windows 10 games to your Xbox One

    Rik Henderson
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:53 am
    One of the best features for gamers included in Windows 10 is the ability to stream Xbox One games to a PC or tablet and play them elsewhere in the home. They play without lag and the system works even better than the remote play functionality of the...
  • OnePlus 2 vs Android's elite: Is it really a 'flagship killer'?

    Britta O'Boyle
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:47 am
    OnePlus recently announced the successor to its popular OnePlus One smartphone, describing the second generation device as another "flagship killer". The company did a brilliant job with the original, offering virtually top-end specs for a low-end price,...
  • Windows 10 first impressions: Should you upgrade or not?

    Tyler Fee
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:33 am
    Windows 10 is officially here and it’s generating a lot of buzz for a new windows release, especially considering that the basic version is completely free for Windows 8.1 or 7 owners. And it’s difficult to make an argument against a free upgrade....
 
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    What's On Iphone

  • Motorola unveils Moto Pulse and Moto Surround iOS-compatible Bluetooth headphones

    thomasc
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:20 am
    Along with a new flagship smartphones – Moto G (3rd gen.), Moto X Style and Moto X Play, Motorola announced two new iOS-compatible Bluetooth headphones during its special event on Tuesday. The Moto Pulse is a wireless on-ear headset with foldable ear cups, built-in microphone, 40mm speaker drivers, 18-hour battery life and up to 60 feet of wireless range (twice as much as the standard range). Moto Pulse features Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity and pairs with any smartphone, tablet or Bluetooth-enabled computer out there. It can be paired with two devices simultaneously. The Moto…
  • Microsoft Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Android and Windows tablets now available

    thomasc
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:37 am
    Announced earlier this year, Microsoft’s new Universal Foldable Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Android devices, and Windows tablets is now available at the Microsoft Store and various other retailers starting at $99.95. And it’s currently on sale on Amazon for just $79.17! Here are the highlights of this super portable and ultra-thin lightweight keyboard: Ultra-thin and lightweight: Only 5mm thin, the innovative, foldable design easily fits into a purse, bag, or pocket. Bluetooth Smart: Clutter-free and reliable experience utilizing the latest in Bluetooth 4.0 technology, consuming…
  • Squirrels releases ScreenToss for Mac and Reflector Director iOS app

    thomasc
    17 Jul 2015 | 7:39 am
    Squirrels, the maker of popular Reflector, Slingshot and AirParrot apps, has recently launched two new apps – ScreenToss for Mac and Reflector Director. ScreenToss automatically uploads any screenshots you capture to your favorite image-sharing service. The app gives you a single keyboard shortcut to take a screenshot, upload it and copy the link. All that’s left is sharing it with others. ScreenToss supports Imgur and Dropbox. Get ScreenToss from the Mac App Store. Reflector Director, a companion iOS app to Reflector 2, is a brand new technology that allows Mac and PC users…
  • Infuse 3 video player updated with all-new folders and background audio

    thomasc
    8 Jul 2015 | 4:02 am
    FireCore has just updated Infuse 3 “to make watching videos in Infuse even better and more enjoyable.” Version 3.4 brings a handful of improvements including new organization options, background audio playback, and more. Folders An all-new folders option provides the ability to manually organize videos to your heart’s content. You can even set custom artwork for each, allowing everything to mesh seamlessly with the native Infuse layout. Background (audio) playback Background playback allows for a video’s audio to continue playing in the background while using other…
  • 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…
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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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    Slide to Play

  • Five Nights at Freddy’s Creator Calmly Addresses His Haters

    Nadia Oxford
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:37 am
    The Five Nights at Freddy’s horror games have remained at the top of the mobile sales charts since the series’ conception a year ago. Some people are upset about the success enjoyed by the games’ creator, Scott Cawthon. Cawthon makes a rare address to his fans and haters alike in a Steam post. I haven’t had a successful life; and now that God has blessed me with some success, I’m doing my best to be responsible with that success. I don’t party on weekends, I don’t get drunk or sip martinis. I spend my evenings playing Megaman 3, buster only, with my kids. And I try…
  • Dominations 2.0 Update adds Industrial Age, Titans of Industry Event, More

    Jeff Scott
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:24 am
    Our biggest update yet is packed full of improvements, fixes and security enhancements! Full list on the forums! Industrial Age Arrives! – Tanks roll out! Machine Guns spit lead! Biplanes and Zeppelins take flight! – Build Wonders like the Eiffel Tower, Brandenburg Gate, Statue of Liberty and the Kremlin! Introducing the Titans of Industry Event! – For a full week players receive the Industry Blessing! – The Industry Blessing boosts Food and Gold production and Battle Bonuses! The post Dominations 2.0 Update adds Industrial Age, Titans of Industry Event, More appeared…
  • Grand Prix Story On Sale for $0.99 USD

    Nadia Oxford
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:24 am
    Once upon a time, there was a cute car and a grand prix circuit — wait, this isn’t working out. Just know Grand Prix Story is a great business / racing simulator and it’s currently on sale for $0.99 USD, down from $3.99 USD. The post Grand Prix Story On Sale for $0.99 USD appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Grand Prix Story »The post Grand Prix Story On Sale for $0.99 USD is from Slide To Play.
  • Worms Crazy Golf On Sale for $1.99

    Nadia Oxford
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    When worms aren’t at war, they’re golfing. See for yourself with Worms Crazy Golf, which is on sale for $1.99 USD. It usually sells for $3.99 USD. The post Worms Crazy Golf On Sale for $1.99 appeared first on Slide to Play. More about Worms Crazy Golf »The post Worms Crazy Golf On Sale for $1.99 is from Slide To Play.
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 On Sale for $0.99

    Nadia Oxford
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:12 am
    Accio savings. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 is on sale for $0.99 USD, a very nice drop from its usual price of $4.99 USD. The post LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 On Sale for $0.99 appeared first on Slide to Play. More about LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 »The post LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 On Sale for $0.99 is from Slide To Play.
 
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  • Eternity Time Log for iPhone

    Cyrus
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:45 am
    You can’t expect to stay productive and get all your tasks done when you waste time and don’t even track it. Many successful people maintain a personal time-sheet to figure out how they have spent their time. Eternity Time Log for iPhone can help. It is an elegant app that lets you keep track of your time. Just define your activities and start timers as you go. The app lets you run multiple timers. It lets you edit your logs more conveniently. You are provided with daily, weekly, monthly and custom reports with detailed statistics. Eternity is not only configurable but also lets…
  • Coda for iOS: Editor for iPhone

    Cyrus
    28 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    So you are planning to edit text or code on your smartphone? You are going to need a decent editor. Coda for iOS happens to be such a solution. It works on your iOS devices, allowing you to edit text, find and replace, and do a whole lot more. It also offers file management and support for remote protocols such as FTP. The app even has a SSH client built-in. Coda for iOS has a user-friendly design. It offers syntax highlighting for Apache, C, CSS, PHP, Python, Swift, and other programming languages. It supports Amazon S3, WebDAV, and FTP support. With tabs, you can switch between your files…
  • Mattermark for iPhone

    Cyrus
    25 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    Getting involved in the business world is not without its challenges. You will not only need to have your own goals but also focus on what other companies are doing in your space. Whether you are looking for data on employees, competitors, and related industries, Mattermark for iPhone has you covered. Mattermark lets you lookup any company by name. It lets you keep up with the news, read about funding events, view a company’s funding stage, and more. The app has information on over 1M companies. It provides you with information on company growth and other details. Mattermark simply…
  • B612 Selfie App for iPhone

    Cyrus
    24 Jul 2015 | 6:50 am
    Everybody seems to be taking selfies these days. You don’t necessarily need fancy apps or tools to take your own picture on the go. But apps such as B612 can enhance your selfies. B612 lets you apply filters to your photos and produce 3 or 6 second video clips. Bring a selfie stick, and you will be able to get even more out of this app. The app lets you create a collage from all your photos. The timer feature lets you maintain the right pose before the camera captures your photo. B612 for iPhone also offers rear camera support. Once you have your shot, you can share it on Facebook,…
  • ViaOpta Nav: Apple Watch App for the Visually Impaired

    Cyrus
    22 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    Dealing with visual impairment is not always easy. Folks who are blind or have low vision still would want to stay as independent as possible. Apps such as ViaOpta Nav help the visually impaired find their way to their destination using their smartphone or smartwatch. This particular app lets the user enter a destination and get the directions from their current position to the destination point. The app provides the user with feedback as he/she moves. ViaOpta Nav provides information about traffic lights and crossings to make your life easier. It optically offers automatic path…
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    148Apps - iPhone and iPad App Reviews, Game Reviews, and News

  • This Week at 148Apps: July 20-24, 2015

    28 Jul 2015 | 3:01 pm
    July is Heating Up 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. Cally's Caves 3 Cally's Caves 3 is a free-to-play platformer inspired by games like Metriod and Castlevaniawhere players take control of Cally as she tries to rescue her…
  • Battle Golf is the Newest Game from the Makers of Wrassling and it's Appropriately Bonkers

    27 Jul 2015 | 9:45 am
    Wrassling was a pretty weird - and equally great - little wressling game. Now the developers, Folmer Kelly and Colin Lane, have turned their attention to a different sport: golfing. This is gonna be weird. [Read more]
  • Qbert Rebooted has the App Store Going "@!#?@!"

    27 Jul 2015 | 7:45 am
    The weird little orange... whatever... is back, mostly thanks to that movie which shall remain nameless (you know the one). But anyway it's been "rebooted" and now you can play the fancy-looking Qbert Rebooted on iOS devices. [Read more]
  • Giant Monsters Run Amok in The Sandbox's New Update

    27 Jul 2015 | 6:45 am
    So The Sandbox has just hit version number 1.99987 (seriously), and it's added a lot more stuff. Just like every other update, really. [Read more]
  • Look after Baby Buddy on your Apple Watch in the new premium version of Parigami

    24 Jul 2015 | 9:02 am
    Parigami Gold is the new premium version of the match three puzzler that includes Apple Watch support and all new content. You won't simply be sliding tiles around on your wrist, the Apple Watch companion app is an all new mini-game in itself. You'll have to take care of Baby Buddy, your cute little pet bird that needs feeding and playing with to unlock exclusive content in Parigami. [Read more]
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  • 5 Animation Apps for iPhone & iPad

    Ci
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am
    Creating great animated works could take a lot of effort. You need to know what you are doing and have an eye for design to succeed. Possessing the right tools is important as well. These 5 animations apps can help you work on your animations on your iOS device: Animation Creator HD: a premium app that provides you with drawing tools, frame management, and everything you need to work on your animations. Lets you upload animations directly to YouTube. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 5 Animation Apps for iPhone & iPad appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • SVALT D: Cooling Dock for MacBooks

    Ci
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:32 am
    Many of us connect our laptops to external displays to use them as a desktop computer. You don’t want your laptop to overheat and experience performance issues though. The SVALT D is a stylish vertical dock with a two pound aluminum heat sink and a powerful fan to keep your laptop’s processor cool. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post SVALT D: Cooling Dock for MacBooks appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • Omate X Smartwatch w/ Push Notifications for iOS/Android

    Ci
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:25 am
    In the past few months, we have covered a bunch of awesome smartwatches here. Let’s not forget that many iPhone users have already bought an Apple Watch already. If you are looking for a simple watch with a longer battery life and support for notifications from your phone, you may want to give the Omate X watch a look. It offers push notifications from iOS and Android devices.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Omate X Smartwatch w/ Push Notifications for iOS/Android appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • 3D Sound One – 3D Audio Headphones for iPad

    Ci
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:17 am
    There are plenty of cool headphones available on the market. Not all of them are capable of providing you with a 3D experience like 3D Sound One headphones. These headphones play all audio sources in the 3D space around you, providing you a more immersive experience. Connect it to your iPad to turn your device into a portable entertainment system.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 3D Sound One – 3D Audio Headphones for iPad appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • KumbaCam 3-Axis Smartphone Stabilizer

    Ci
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:51 am
    In the past few months, we have covered plenty of selfie sticks and smartphone tools for better photography. The KumbaCam happens to be a 3-axis smartphone stabilizer that lets you produce smoother videos outside. It has 3 modes and works with iPhones and GoPro cameras. Its motorized gimbal keeps your phone level and isolates it from hand shake. KumbaCam is designed to hold most Android or iOS smartphones on the market. You get a Bluetooth remote shutter with your purchase. Such a device helps you produce smooth videos when walking through the wood or running outside. Sets you back under…
 
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  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [7/27/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:00 pm
    The summer’s drawing to a close, at least as far as school is concerned in our area.  Thankfully the App Store doesn’t care if there are kids around to play its games or not, and the new offerings are still flowing on a daily basis.  One of my favorites this time around is Rush Star – Bike Adventure, an over the shoulder “infinite runner” style game with some cool motorcycles and intense level design.  If you prefer to do your racing on the water you might want to check out Driver Speedboat Paradise, a game that somewhat pays homage to the arcade classic Hydro Thunder but offers…
  • Stupid Zombies 3 in Review – Still Just Standing Around To Get Shot

    Eric Pankoke
    26 Jul 2015 | 9:55 am
    I’m still one of those people that believe there’s almost nothing better than a good zombie game, and from what I’ve seen so far Stupid Zombies 3 certainly qualifies.  It’s been a while since I played the first one, and I’m not even sure if I played part 2 or not, but based on my time with the third chapter I think it’s fair to say that the series gets better with every iteration.  Zombie slaying, bouncy physics and an RPG toting granny really work well together. If you’ve ever played a zombie game, you know what the basic premise of Stupid Zombies is.  Your territory has…
  • Space Food Truck – Help One Man Left Realize Their Portable Vending Desires

    Eric Pankoke
    21 Jul 2015 | 1:40 pm
    The developers of the awesome “dodge ‘em all” series Tilt To Live and the free-to-play strategy game Outwitters are at it again.  This time they’re taking on the galaxy with Space Food Truck, a quirky combination of Star Trek and Diner Rush.  Okay, it’s really not like either of those things, but I bet that got your attention.  Your mission, should you choose to accept it, it to scour the galaxy for the perfect ingredients to make the best dishes to serve all your clients.  It will take the combined efforts of all four of your crew members, which can conveniently be controlled…
  • Guardian Sword in Review – Match 3 / RPG And So Much More

    Eric Pankoke
    19 Jul 2015 | 10:34 am
    I’ve always made the assertion that there’s room for one more match 3 hybrid on my device as long as the game keeps me entertained.  Guardian Sword has done so much more than that so far – it has become an addiction.  Rather than just mindlessly slogging through battle after battle this game actually has a story, items for you to collect and use, and multiple paths to pursue.  The characters and bosses are cool, and even the combat is handled differently than most games of this style that I’ve played.  I wasn’t at the point of being burned out on the match 3 / RPG mash-up yet,…
  • Update: Streetfood Tycoon from Kuyi Mobile better than ever

    Eric Pankoke
    13 Jul 2015 | 2:32 pm
    Streetfood Tycoon was always one of my favorite street vendor time management games, but leave it to Kuyi Mobile to feel like they need to make it even better.  There was already plenty to serve, tons of fun customers and lots of goals to meet.  This time around they’ve decided to tackle pop culture, new challenges and even pay homage to their homeland. Daily Challenges – come back day after day to unlock new items and upgrades for your cart Like spoofs?  Meet Jun Snow from Game of Throngs, Steep Curry from Warriorz (a spoof of their own game Warriors of Nom Nom), and more… If…
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  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [7/27/15]

    Eric Pankoke
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:00 pm
    The summer’s drawing to a close, at least as far as school is concerned in our area.  Thankfully the App Store doesn’t care if there are kids around to play its games or not, and the new offerings are still flowing on a daily basis.  One of my favorites this time around is Rush Star – Bike Adventure, an over the shoulder “infinite runner” style game with some cool motorcycles and intense level design.  If you prefer to do your racing on the water you might want to check out Driver Speedboat Paradise, a game that somewhat pays homage to the arcade classic Hydro Thunder but offers…
  • Stupid Zombies 3 in Review – Still Just Standing Around To Get Shot

    Eric Pankoke
    26 Jul 2015 | 9:55 am
    I’m still one of those people that believe there’s almost nothing better than a good zombie game, and from what I’ve seen so far Stupid Zombies 3 certainly qualifies.  It’s been a while since I played the first one, and I’m not even sure if I played part 2 or not, but based on my time with the third chapter I think it’s fair to say that the series gets better with every iteration.  Zombie slaying, bouncy physics and an RPG toting granny really work well together. If you’ve ever played a zombie game, you know what the basic premise of Stupid Zombies is.  Your territory has…
  • Space Food Truck – Help One Man Left Realize Their Portable Vending Desires

    Eric Pankoke
    21 Jul 2015 | 1:40 pm
    The developers of the awesome “dodge ‘em all” series Tilt To Live and the free-to-play strategy game Outwitters are at it again.  This time they’re taking on the galaxy with Space Food Truck, a quirky combination of Star Trek and Diner Rush.  Okay, it’s really not like either of those things, but I bet that got your attention.  Your mission, should you choose to accept it, it to scour the galaxy for the perfect ingredients to make the best dishes to serve all your clients.  It will take the combined efforts of all four of your crew members, which can conveniently be controlled…
  • Guardian Sword in Review – Match 3 / RPG And So Much More

    Eric Pankoke
    19 Jul 2015 | 10:34 am
    I’ve always made the assertion that there’s room for one more match 3 hybrid on my device as long as the game keeps me entertained.  Guardian Sword has done so much more than that so far – it has become an addiction.  Rather than just mindlessly slogging through battle after battle this game actually has a story, items for you to collect and use, and multiple paths to pursue.  The characters and bosses are cool, and even the combat is handled differently than most games of this style that I’ve played.  I wasn’t at the point of being burned out on the match 3 / RPG mash-up yet,…
  • Update: Streetfood Tycoon from Kuyi Mobile better than ever

    Eric Pankoke
    13 Jul 2015 | 2:32 pm
    Streetfood Tycoon was always one of my favorite street vendor time management games, but leave it to Kuyi Mobile to feel like they need to make it even better.  There was already plenty to serve, tons of fun customers and lots of goals to meet.  This time around they’ve decided to tackle pop culture, new challenges and even pay homage to their homeland. Daily Challenges – come back day after day to unlock new items and upgrades for your cart Like spoofs?  Meet Jun Snow from Game of Throngs, Steep Curry from Warriorz (a spoof of their own game Warriors of Nom Nom), and more… If…
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  • Use your iPad/iPhone as a Second Display on your Mac

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

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

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

    Terry White
    14 May 2015 | 9:05 pm
    I traveled to New York City for an event this week and I usually stay at either a Hilton or Marriott in Times Square. However, this time I choose the W Hotel Times Square since it was in the same price range and located right next to the Marriott I would have chosen anyway. The current version of the SPG (Starwood Preferred Guest) App offers keyless entry on your iPhone and Android phone. It also offers it via Apple Watch. I wanted to give it a try. Before you get started on your travels you will need to join the SPG frequent stay program. It’s free of course and if you stay enough…
  • 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…
 
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  • ZAGG Speaker Case and Fantastic 4-themed Savings

    Nate Adcock
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:00 am
    At CES, I saw a demo of an early model of the ZAGG Speaker Case which is currently 40 percent off at $59.99. The case is more of a bumper with a Bluetooth detachable speaker in back. Now I have one to actually test out. Zagg also sent over a Fantastic 4-themed iPhone 6 back cover, which marks ZAGG's partnership with 20th Century Fox to promote the latest Marvel Comics movie. ZAGG definitely hit the right notes to attract users to the new Speaker Case. First, it's easily detached and attached, and has a great puck-like form for slapping down on a conference room table.
  • Apple Watch Comes to Best Buy Retail Stores

    Todd Bernhard
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Despite doom and gloom forecasts by analysts, Apple CEO Tim Cook says that says Apple Watch sales increased in June, not decreased. That was likely because it wasn't until June that consumers could walk in to an Apple Store, try the watch on, and purchase it on the spot. Apparently, the more people get to try the Apple Watch, the more likely they are to buy one. With this in mind, it's understandable that Apple is making its wearable available at retailers such as Best Buy. Best Buy announced that the Apple Watch will be in stock on August 7, and users can try it on. At first, 100 stores…
  • Tip of the Day: How to Use Your iPhone Camera's HDR Setting

    Sarah Kingsbury
    29 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and it works by capturing three different exposures of the same image and then combining them into a single image. This can be really helpful when your subject includes a large range of lights and darks and you want the details in the darker parts of the photo to be visible without overexposing the lighter sections. You can select the HDR mode you prefer in the top menu bar of your iPhone's Camera app. Choose HDR On or HDR Off if you want to control whether to take a photo in HDR or not; select HDR Auto if you want to let the iPhone's…
  • Another Day, Another Steve Jobs Movie

    Todd Bernhard
    28 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Perhaps it's a testament to how influential Steve Jobs was, but it still seems excessive that three different Steve Jobs movies are being released within a couple years of each other. First came the Ashton Kutcher version, which had some inaccuracies, according to Steve Wozniak, although Kutcher's resemblance to Jobs was remarkable. Soon the Michael Fassbender version should be released and while Fassbender doesn't share the same look or even haircolor as Jobs, the script is based on the "official" biography by Walt Isaacson. Still, that movie takes some dramatic liberties, also according…
  • Apple Music Reportedly Has 10 Million Subscribers

    Todd Bernhard
    28 Jul 2015 | 1:30 pm
    Reports indicate that Apple Music has gained approximately ten million subscribers in the short time it has become available. Apple hasn't released official numbers, but Apple CEO Tim Cook did say "Millions and millions" in his recent earnings call. This is a big gain for a new service, although it's significant that this is a three-month, free-trial period and that number should drop off once the bill comes due. Apple offers a three-month free trial but after that users have to pay $9.99 per month or $14.99 per month for a family plan. That price is on par with competing…
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  • Apple Sees U.S. Mac Sales Drop 2.5% in 2Q15 Amid Larger Worldwide PC Shipment Decline

    9 Jul 2015 | 2:07 pm
    Amid a decline in both U.S. and worldwide PC shipments, Apple has also seen a slight drop in its U.S. PC shipments in 2Q15, according to shipping estimates released today from Gartner. Apple shipped 1.92 million PCs during the second quarter of 2015, down from 1.97 million in 2Q14, marking a 2.5 percent decline. Overall PC growth in the United States during the quarter was down 5.8 percent, with total estimated shipments at 15.1 million, down from 16 million in the year-ago quarter. With the exception of Lenovo, all of the top U.S. PC vendors saw declines in growth. In the U.S., PC shipments…
  • Apple Adds Five New Videos to ‘Shot on iPhone 6′ Gallery

    9 Jul 2015 | 12:22 pm
    Apple today updated its “Shot on iPhone 6” site to add five new videos to the film section of the gallery. First added to the site in early June, the gallery showcases videos that were created using the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, incorporating camera features like Slo-Mo, Time-Lapse, and more. Shot on iPhone 6 video taken in Papua New Guinea In addition to featuring these videos on its site, Apple also uploads them to YouTube and shows them on television. At least one of the videos added to the site today was previously used in a television commercial. Videos that Apple uploads come…
  • Apple Launches Public Betas of iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan

    9 Jul 2015 | 11:25 am
    Just a day after releasing a new set of developer builds for iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan, Apple today launched its public beta program for both upcoming operating systems. Apple had announced at WWDC last month that it would launch the public betas in July, and a new support document published yesterday regarding changes to two-factor authentication hinted a launch was imminent. iOS and Mac users interested in trying out the public betas can sign up on Apple’s beta software program page. We’ll be looking for any changes specific to the public beta versions, but they are almost…
  • ‘Trackbuster’ Service Aims to Strip Tracking Information From Incoming Emails

    9 Jul 2015 | 9:03 am
    Trackbuster is a new service that’s designed to remove invisible tracking codes from incoming emails, preventing companies and marketers from tracking information like the time an email was opened, IP address of the recipient, which links were clicked, and more. Many of the popular email marketing tools on the market include tools for tracking various metrics of emails that are sent out, embedding cookies and web beacons, which are tiny tracking images that let the sender know when an email has been opened. Links or attachments that are clicked within an email are also often tracked…
  • Microsoft Releases Office 2016 for Mac With Updated Versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and More

    9 Jul 2015 | 8:59 am
    Following a beta testing period that began in March, Microsoft today announced the official launch of its next-generation office software designed for Mac users, Office 2016. The new Office 2016 software is the first major Mac release since Office 2011, and it brings new versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint with redesigned, Retina optimized interfaces, new features, and a focus on collaboration and cloud integration. If you already use Office on a PC or iPad, you will find yourself right at home in Office 2016 for Mac. It works the way you expect, with the familiar Ribbon interface and…
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  • Open Source iOS Component Providing 20+ Uniquely Styled Activity Indicators

    Johann
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:29 am
    Earlier this year I mentioned the DGActivityIndicator library providing 6 uniquely styled activity indicators. Here’s an open source component from Nguyen Vinh called NVActivityIndicatorView built from DGActivityIndicator that provides even more unique spinning animations that can be used for indicating activity. NVActivityINdicatorView allows you to specify the size, and color of each indicator and provides over 20 indicators. Here’s an animation showing NVActivityIndicatorView in action: You can find NVActivityIndicatorView on Github here. A great component providing a wide…
  • Tutorial: Setting Up Auto-Renewable In-App Purchases

    Johann
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:59 pm
    I’ve mentioned a few resources related to in-app purchases such as the RMStore library, but most of these resources were created before auto-renewable subscriptions were added. Here’s a Swift based guide submitted by SavvyApps that runs through the process step-by-step of how to set up an auto-renewable in app purchase. Some of the topics covered in the tutorial include: Setting up the auto-renewable in app purchases Monitoring and managing subscriptions Testing your auto-renewable purchases. You can find the tutorial over on the Savvy Apps blog. A nice guide for those setting up…
  • Top iOS Development Resources For Three Weeks Ended July 26th, 2015

    Johann
    27 Jul 2015 | 12:13 am
    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 a UICollectionViewFLowLayout that automatically applies shrinking/growing effects to images scrolling in and out of view in a UICollectionView and creating effects using UIDynamics. Here are the resources: SACollectionViewVerticalScalingFlowLayout – An open source component providing a UICollectionVIew Layout that applies effects to cells scrolling in and out of view in a UICollectionView.  (share on twitter) (featured here)…
  • Open Source Swift Component For Easily Creating Informative Tooltips

    Johann
    25 Jul 2015 | 12:13 am
    About a year ago I mentioned the objective-c AMPopTip component for creating tooltips. Here’s an open source Swift component that allows you to easily create tooltip bubbles with a wide variety of customization options called EasyTipView from Teodor Patra?. EasyTipView automatically positions the tooltip message, and presents the tooltips with nice animation.  The tooltips automatically handle orientation changes, and allows customization of colors, fonts, alignment, and arrow position. Here’s an image showing EasyTipView in action: You can find EasyTipView on Github here. A…
  • Open Source iOS Component Allowing You To Provide Users With Image Annotation Capabilities

    Johann
    24 Jul 2015 | 12:23 am
    I’ve mentioned a few resources to help in creating drawing apps, such as the open source Brushes app. Here’s an open source component that you can drop into your apps called Jot that makes it easier for users to annotate images called Jot from IFTTT. With Jott users can draw arrows, circles, and add text which can be rotated and resized. This is a nice addition for drawing and photo apps. Here’s an image from the readme showing Jot in action: You can find Jot on Github here. A great component for allowing users to easily annotate images within an app. Original article: Open…
 
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  • Using Apple Music for a laugh

    Jeff Richardson
    28 Jul 2015 | 10:05 pm
    I suspect that many of you are using Apple Music right now, as am I.  Whether or not we stick with it once it becomes necessary to pay a monthly fee, we all get lots of great free music for three months.  But today's post is not about music.  One thing that I have been enjoying on Apple Music is listening to comedy.  I'm not just talking about comedic songs, although there is an Intro to "Weird Al" Yankovic curated playlist that has everything from Eat It to I Lost On Jeopardy, plus lots of other funny songs.  Today, I'm talking about stand-up comedy albums.
  • Apple Watch tip: change time zone if you exercise late at night

    Jeff Richardson
    26 Jul 2015 | 10:05 pm
    The Activity app on the Apple Watch encourages you to be more active by using circles.  If you stand and move around during 12 or more different hours during the day, you complete the blue "Stand" circle.  If you exercise for 30 minutes or more during the day, you complete the green "Exercise" circle.  And if you move around and burn enough active calories to meet that goal (which can be adjusted), you complete the red "Move" circle.  Complete all three before midnight, and you get an alert congratulating you for completing all of your goals that day. …
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    23 Jul 2015 | 10:21 pm
    If you are looking to try out a bunch of apps without spending a lot of money, Apple is running a promotion this week in which 100 apps and games are being sold for only $0.99 each.  There are even some great productivity apps like GoodReader (a must for any attorney) and Scanner Pro.  Also on sale is this little up-and-coming game called Angry Birds; there might be a future in that one.  Check out the full list of $0.99 apps here.  And now, the news of note from the past week: John Gruber of Daring Fireball notes that Apple now sells as many iOS devices as the worldwide PC industry sells…
  • Apple 2015 fiscal third quarter -- the iPhone and iPad angle

    Jeff Richardson
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:16 pm
    Yesterday, Apple released the results for its 2015 fiscal third quarter (which ran from March 29, 2015 to June 27, 2015) and held a call with analysts to discuss the results.  This is typically not a big fiscal quarter for Apple; the important quarter for Apple every year is the first fiscal quarter containing the holiday sales season, and during the fiscal third quarter, most potential Apple customers wait to see what new products Apple will introduce in the Fall.  Even so, Apple reported record results for a third fiscal quarter:  revenue of $49.6 billion and net profits of $10.7…
  • The Seven Year Switch

    Jeff Richardson
    20 Jul 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Tomorrow is the seven year anniversary of my being an iPhone user.  (I'm posting this today because tomorrow I plan to discuss Apple's financial call that will take place at the end of the day today.)  The original iPhone was released on June 29, 2007, but I didn't get one because it didn't work with the Microsoft Exchange email used at my law firm (and most other large law firms).  So instead I continued to use my Palm Treo 650, a device that I really liked for many years but which, by mid-2007, I was eager to replace with an iPhone.  Apple added support for Microsoft…
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  • 'Watchdog Pro' Gives You More Power Over Application Backgrounding Than iOS 8 Does

    29 Jul 2015 | 11:29 am
    Watchdog Pro is a new jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Allan Kerr that allows you to have more control over how your applications perform in the background. Although Apple allows application backgrounding in iOS 8, it's ultimately up to the developer of the application what gets backgrounded and what doesn't. With Watchdog Pro, you can have just a bit more control over what the application does in the background, giving you fine-tuned management over preventing application suspension, keeping applications running in the foreground, as well as keeping applications running in
  • Yahoo! Releases New 'Livetext - Video Messenger' App With Audioless Video Texting

    29 Jul 2015 | 11:09 am
    As rumored yesterday, Yahoo! has followed through on Wednesday with a new messaging application. The company is calling it Livetext - Video Messenger, and as the name suggests, it allows you to text people while you're on video. There is a catch though; it doesn't have any audio. You'll see the person that you're texting, but you won't be able to hear them. This is the part that sets Livetext apart from its competitors. Now, you'll get to
  • 'Ariki' Makes the Keyboard Background Into a Camera Viewfinder So You Can Watch Where You Walk

    29 Jul 2015 | 10:46 am
    Everyone knows what it's like to have to text people while they're in the middle of walking somewhere. Either your attention is all honed in on the Messages application and you bump into everybody and everything, or your attention is all honed in on your surroundings and you send a bunch of typos and mistakes or take forever to reply. A new jailbreak tweak called Ariki by iOS developer iNasser is now available in Cydia that makes it so that while you're texting, you can use your rear-facing camera to see where you're walking right through the iOS keyboard, as shown above.
  • 'Heart Transplant' Adds Liked Apple Music Songs to Your Own Music Library

    29 Jul 2015 | 10:08 am
    If you're an Apple Music user, then check out this new free jailbreak tweak called Heart Transplant by iOS developer CP Digital Darkroom. The developer of the tweak had a very simple problem that he sought to solve when creating this tweak; although he loved Apple Music, he wanted every song that he liked on the platform to be added to his own Music library automatically instead of having to use an alert action to add it to his library manually. Heart Transplant, as the name suggests, moves your liked songs to your music library,
  • 'Siria' Lets You Query Siri for Information About Cydia Packages

    29 Jul 2015 | 9:49 am
    If you have ever wanted to use Siri to find Cydia packages for you, then today is your lucky day! A new free add-on for Siri known as Siria is now available in Cydia thanks to iOS developer John Smith that lets you query Siri for packages in Cydia, as shown above. By simply asking questions such as, "What does the Cydia Package [insert name here] do?" you can get a reply from Siri explaining what it does and she can even open Cydia and load up the package so that you can view it in more detail. You can also have some variance in your query, such as asking,
 
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  • Pocket Gamer's Ultimate GDC Europe and Gamescom 2015 party guide

    29 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Neck and neck with ChinaJoy, Gamescom fights it out for the title of the most popular game show for consumers. But that doesn't mean that the games industry doesn't also get its time in the fun in Cologne. After all, the Gamescom week kicks off with GDC Europe and indeed its own trade day. Which means there's plenty of network opportunities; something that continues out of office hours with vario...
  • Chukong unveils major Cocos engine upgrade including SDKBOX platform

    29 Jul 2015 | 8:37 am
    Chukong Technologies has peeled the wrapper off a major new upgrade to its Cocos engine. Cocos v3.7 is the result of a merger between Cocos2d-JS and Cocos2d-x, streamlining the user interface and affording developers extra control when it comes to customizing their Cocos Framework. A fresh dusting of Coco In addition, Chukong has launched its new SDKBOX, an integration platform that allows thirdp...
  • Following GREE, Kixeye is latest SF company to shed jobs

    29 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Kixeye, developer of mobile and browser games, appears to have laid off yet more staff following mass job cuts in January 2015. The San Francisco-based firm, which found fame and success as a developer of hardcore games on Facebook, but has struggled to transition to mobile, has yet to reveal the scale of the layoffs, nor what this means for its future. It's a bitter blow for the city given the o...
  • Spil Games expands exec team with hires from Bigpoint and Ubisoft

    29 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Spil Games has made two high-profile hires, poaching experienced publishing and monetisation specialists from Ubisoft and social gaming competitors Bigpoint. Formerly Bigpoint's head of publishing, Jan-Michel Saaksmeier has joined Spil Games as the company's first head of licensing for mobile publishing. "My particular talent is in spotting those with the potential to make it huge, and working wi...
  • FY15 Q2 sales drop 5% to $69 million as Gameloft hit by a 17% decline in DAUs

    29 Jul 2015 | 6:12 am
    French mobile publisher Gameloft ( EPA:GFT ) has announced its FY15 H1 financials, for the 6 months ending 30 June 2015. Sales were $142 million (€127 million), up 15% year-on-year, although only up 6% on a constant-exchange-rate basis. Q2 sales for the April-June period were $69 million (€61.9 million). This up 12% year-on-year, (or 3% on a constant-exchange-rate basis), but down 5% on...
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    Life in LoFi: iPhoneography

  • The Fotor Photo Editor goes free and adds a few surprises

    Mel Martin
    24 Jul 2015 | 6:03 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: Fotor has always been one of the premier photo editing apps. It's just released version 6 which is now free, and all the in-app purchases are free too. "The Fotor Photo Editor goes free and adds a few surprises." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • Hipstamatic 300 to get August release

    Marty Yawnick
    22 Jul 2015 | 8:53 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: The Hipstamatic 300 update gets a release timeframe and a new teaser video. "Hipstamatic 300 to get August release." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • PhotoViva turns your photos into iPhone art

    Mel Martin
    22 Jul 2015 | 7:41 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: We review PhotoViva, an app that can take a photo of a person or landscape and turn it into credible art, making it an oil painting, a water color, or a pencil sketch. "PhotoViva turns your photos into iPhone art." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
  • CAMEO VIDEO EDITOR has been completely reworked for the iPhone

    Mel Martin
    21 Jul 2015 | 9:23 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: If you are taking videos on your iPhone, there are a few nice editors to choose from. Of course iMovie comes free with new iOS devices, and you can but it from Apple for 5 bucks if you don’t have it. Also, the Camera+ people have just offered a video editing app called Vee for Video which we reviewed earlier this month. Cameo Video Editor (free) has a bit of a history. Vimeo bought the app in 2014, and completely rebuilt it from the ground up. The app is simpler to use, offers some simple titling, and a choice of music. Free is always good, and the app is…
  • Coming – A Camera from DxO that plugs into your iPhone

    Mel Martin
    21 Jul 2015 | 6:11 am
    From Life in LoFi: iPhoneography: DxO has announced an add-on camera for iPhones that will get you 20 megapixels and raw shooting in a small device DxO says will perform like a full sized DSLR. "Coming – A Camera from DxO that plugs into your iPhone." originally appeared on Life in LoFi: iPhoneography. © 2015 LifeInLoFi.com. All rights reserved. [[Read the complete post on LifeInLoFi.com.]]
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  • Ancient Meets Retro In New 7 Wonders Of The World

    Eric Compton
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:44 am
    Have you ever wanted to visit the Seven Wonders of the World? It seems like something everyone should try and get around to before their allotted time on this earth is up, as they supposedly represent the pinnacle of human achievement. At least, they did back in the day; we’ve certainly got a few potential contenders of our own from recent times. But visiting these said Seven Wonders is easier said than done. They crop up all over the globe; you’d need a significant budget and a significant amount of time to get through them all properly. Luckily, if you have neither of these,…
  • BUCKiTDREAM allows you to create your dreams and share your BUCKiTLIST

    iphoneglance
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:04 am
    If you have ever made a bucket list – or a list of things you would love to achieve before you die – then you might be surprised to learn there is an app which can help you compile this list and tick off those tasks and aspirations as you do them. In addition, the app BUCKiTDREAM links you with other users and lets you see how well they are doing in achieving their bucket list events, or as in some cases, not. You can see who else has the same bucket list dream as yourself and congratulate them once they have reached that particular milestone. Likewise, you can receive messages of good…
  • Wrike Project Management Software for Growing Businesses

    iphoneglance
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:38 am
     If уоu mаnаgе a ѕmаll business, using еmаіl, Exсеl spreadsheets аnd company hard drіvеѕ to organize аnd store рrоjесt іnfоrmаtіоn might work as a tеmроrаrу solution. But аѕ your numbеr оf projects grоw (аnd уоur team grows wіth it) уоu’ll nееd a more ѕорhіѕtісаtеd ѕуѕtеm to help your business thrive. Collaborative project management tools can make a critical difference in a small company’s bottom line. Having a central system to organize and assign tasks, track time spent on tasks, and manage documents is essential to…
  • Use iPhone Parental Controls to Reduce Screen Time

    Eric Compton
    24 Jul 2015 | 8:13 am
    An average teenager spends 8 hours and 41 minutes on their cell phones; this is 20 minutes more than the average night’s sleep and 61% of them are iPhone users. Sleep experts warn parents that continuous exposure to mobile devices is leading to poor sleep habits, which has a direct effect on their health. An infographic by statista shows that iPhone sales have gone up as much as 40% since last year: So, this is great news for Apple, but not so great news for parents; the increasing popularity of iPhones means even more usage of these devices all day and night long. Teens spend more than…
  • Has Bitcoin Changed The Way We Gamble Online?

    Pam Stackhouse
    14 Jul 2015 | 10:58 am
    Bitcoin is a prime example of what’s known as ‘cryptocurrency’, virtual currency that is produced and distributed via cryptography software. It was invented in 2008 by a mysterious Japanese entity known as Satoshi Nakamoto, and since its inception has gone from strength to strength. Merchants have a great incentive to accept the currency as fees are far lower than the standard 2-3% imposed by credit card companies, and customers enjoy the enhanced security and peace of mind that comes from utilising a currency unconnected to a physical bank account. But Bitcoin’s…
 
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  • Motorola unveils Moto Pulse and Moto Surround iOS-compatible Bluetooth headphones

    thomasc
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:20 am
    Along with a new flagship smartphones – Moto G (3rd gen.), Moto X Style and Moto X Play, Motorola announced two new iOS-compatible Bluetooth headphones during its special event on Tuesday. The Moto Pulse is a wireless on-ear headset with foldable ear cups, built-in microphone, 40mm speaker drivers, 18-hour battery life and up to 60 feet of wireless range (twice as much as the standard range). Moto Pulse features Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity and pairs with any smartphone, tablet or Bluetooth-enabled computer out there. It can be paired with two devices simultaneously. The Moto…
  • Microsoft Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Android and Windows tablets now available

    thomasc
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:37 am
    Announced earlier this year, Microsoft’s new Universal Foldable Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Android devices, and Windows tablets is now available at the Microsoft Store and various other retailers starting at $99.95. And it’s currently on sale on Amazon for just $79.17! Here are the highlights of this super portable and ultra-thin lightweight keyboard: Ultra-thin and lightweight: Only 5mm thin, the innovative, foldable design easily fits into a purse, bag, or pocket. Bluetooth Smart: Clutter-free and reliable experience utilizing the latest in Bluetooth 4.0 technology, consuming…
  • Squirrels releases ScreenToss for Mac and Reflector Director iOS app

    thomasc
    17 Jul 2015 | 7:39 am
    Squirrels, the maker of popular Reflector, Slingshot and AirParrot apps, has recently launched two new apps – ScreenToss for Mac and Reflector Director. ScreenToss automatically uploads any screenshots you capture to your favorite image-sharing service. The app gives you a single keyboard shortcut to take a screenshot, upload it and copy the link. All that’s left is sharing it with others. ScreenToss supports Imgur and Dropbox. Get ScreenToss from the Mac App Store. Reflector Director, a companion iOS app to Reflector 2, is a brand new technology that allows Mac and PC users…
  • Infuse 3 video player updated with all-new folders and background audio

    thomasc
    8 Jul 2015 | 4:02 am
    FireCore has just updated Infuse 3 “to make watching videos in Infuse even better and more enjoyable.” Version 3.4 brings a handful of improvements including new organization options, background audio playback, and more. Folders An all-new folders option provides the ability to manually organize videos to your heart’s content. You can even set custom artwork for each, allowing everything to mesh seamlessly with the native Infuse layout. Background (audio) playback Background playback allows for a video’s audio to continue playing in the background while using other…
  • 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…
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  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – July 29, 2015

    Jerry Collins
    29 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Need to stretch your iPhone/iPad app budget? Here are 37 great iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that just went on sale. This app deal alert includes Lego The Lord of the Rings, Lego Movie, Lego Harry Potter, Toca Nature, MoneyWiz 2, Haunted Hotel II: Believe the Lies, Convert Any Unit, League of Light: Wicked Harvest, inShort, FreakyAlarm, Worms Crazy Golf and many others. all apps on sale today ➜
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – July 29, 2015

    Damian Ragar
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:58 am
    Need your daily fix of free apps? We’ve handpicked 13 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are free today only. This apps gone free alert includes Worms3, NoteLedge Ultimate, Super Secret Service and many others. all apps gone free today ➜
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – July 28, 2015

    Stefani Lain
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:56 am
    Looking for fresh apps for your iOS device? We’ve found 15 great apps that were released over the last couple of days. This new apps alert includes Triller, Ghosts of the Past, Guerrilla Filmmaker and many others. all apps released today ➜
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    appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps

  • Movie Apps

    Johanna Casao
    28 Jul 2015 | 2:48 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. Summer blockbusters are […] The post Movie Apps appeared first on appbackr blog | Discovering and Distributing Apps.
  • 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.
 
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    TheiPhoneAppReview.com

  • Dynetix Fitness is a Simple and Powerful Workout Tracking App

    Sarah Hanlon
    21 Jul 2015 | 9:48 am
    Tweet Price: $1.99 Rating: ****½ (4.5/5) Dynetix Fitness iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com If you’re looking for a simple fitness app that will help track your progress without a clunky interface and complicated settings, Dynetix Fitness for iPhone and Apple Watch is worth checking out. Dynetix Fitness offers powerful workout tracking features with an intuitive interface that […]
  • Memory & Disk Scanner Pro Is a Handy Utility App for iOS

    Sarah Hanlon
    17 Jul 2015 | 4:02 am
    Tweet Price: Free (Limited Use Trial) Rating: ****~ (4/5) Memory & Disk Scanner Pro – Check System Information iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com Memory & Disk Scanner Pro is an incredibly popular utility for iPhone and iPad that allows users to see intimate details about their iDevice. Developed by Phan Minh Nhut, this handy app […]
  • Where’s My Eye?!: Dodgy, Brain-Soaked and So Much Fun

    Luke Patrick
    15 Jul 2015 | 10:14 am
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ***** (5/5) Where’s My Eye?! iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com It’s not often that we come across an arcade game that’s wholly original, wonderfully fun, and also involves a healthy amount of zombie brains. In fact, we can say with absolute certainty that this is the first time it’s happened. With […]
  • Top 10 New iOS Games from June 2015

    Sarah Hanlon
    15 Jul 2015 | 6:59 am
    Tweet Top 10 New iOS Games from June 2015 TheiPhoneAppReview.com Written by Sarah Hanlon Whether you’re new to the iPhone and iPad gaming scene or you’re simply looking for something new to try, our list of the top 10 iPhone and iPad games from June features 10 brand-new titles that have recently debuted on the App […]
  • BUCKiTDREAM Will Take Your Bucket List to a Whole New Level

    Sarah Hanlon
    14 Jul 2015 | 12:04 pm
    Tweet Price: Free Rating: ****~ (4/5) BUCKiTDREAM – Create your dreams and share your BUCKiTLiST iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com I think we can all agree on the fact that the world is a very big place. Though we will never be able to visit every single location on earth, it’s still fun to create a bucket […]
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  • iPhoneMom Featured Sections. The Best of the Best.

    TheiPhoneMom
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:27 pm
    iPhoneMom Featured Sections Featured App Lists Our list of featured apps gives you a snapshot of all the best apps in one convenient location. Our featured apps are the hottest, trendiest and most popular apps compiled into one collection for ease of use by you. Have fun choosing apps for all categories from our current list of featured apps.   Great Free Apps The best things in life are free.Especially when you’re downloading puzzles, games and informational apps from our free apps list. We’ve got a collection of the very best free apps in all categories for adults and…
  • Game Apps for Kids

    TheiPhoneMom
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:23 am
    Sometimes you have to set the educational apps aside and just give your kids a break and let them have some fun. Need to keep them out of your hair for a long drive or while you visit with a friend? We have the best game apps here for your mobile device suitable for children of all ages. Keep your kids engaged, focused and having fun with our collection of game apps for kids. Games for the Family, Action Game Apps, Adventure Game Apps, Arcade Game Apps, Brain Games, Board Game Apps, Card Game Apps, Casual Game Apps, Educational Game Apps, Music Apps, Puzzle Apps, Racing Apps, Role…
  • Popular Kids Character Apps

    TheiPhoneMom
    20 Jul 2015 | 8:47 am
    Popular Kids Characters You can find apps for any of your child’s favorite popular characters. Simply filter the search for the character name and you’ll find all the apps designed around that character. You can also filter the search by age group to get suitable and age-appropriate materials and apps for all ages. My Little Pony | Lego Apps For Kids | Princess Apps | Spiderman Apps | Elmo Apps | Disney Apps | Frozen Apps | Sesame Street Apps | Nickelodeon Apps | Dr. Seuss Apps | Curious George Apps My Little Pony My Little Pony is hugely popular with kids. Who…
  • Kids Apps by Organized by Category

    TheiPhoneMom
    17 Jul 2015 | 11:54 am
    Kids Apps by Category You can search kid apps by subject or category. Find the exact app you’re looking for by filtering your search by category. Our search engine will return a list of all the apps for that category. Animals & Nature Apps | Art, Craft & Creativity Apps | Christmas & Holiday Apps | Easter & Spring Apps | Astronomy Apps For Kids | Free Apps For Kids | Autism Apps | Potty Training Apps | Music Apps For Kids | Halloween Apps | Special Education Apps | Characters & Themes Apps | Cars, Planes & Trains | Apps About…
  • Back to School Apps

    TheiPhoneMom
    16 Jul 2015 | 9:07 am
    Back to School Apps One of the best things you can do to help your child in school is to teach them study skills and good homework habits. If they can learn to be organized and on time with their assignments they are way ahead of the game. We’ve put together a list of homework apps that will help your child both with completing their homework as well as organizational tools, homework schedulers and reminders. Back to School Apps | Language Apps for Kids | Learning Spanish Apps | Spelling Apps | Phonics Apps | Math Apps | Learning Money App | Learning Time…
 
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    AppsRumors

  • Nokia reveals Ozo, camera for professional filmmakers

    Kate
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:28 am
    Nokia Technologies debuted camera for professional filmmakers. Dubbed OZO, the new product is expected to be available later in the year. Ozo is a spherical high-end 360-degree camera equipped with eight image sensors and several microphones capable of recording 360-degree, stereoscopic 3D views of the world.  Unlike other current VR camera systems, Nokia’s platform targets at professional filmmaker. An important feature is that the new camera allows a director or DP to have instant feedback on scene composition, lighting and more through a VR headset. In addition, the new device…
  • To-Fu Fury

    Kate
    28 Jul 2015 | 5:41 am
    To-Fu Fury by Amazon Game Studios and HotGen Ltd. is a new amazing addition to the games of puzzle-platformer genre. If you played the previous To-Fu games and enjoyed them, then this new To-Fu Fury must be added to you app collection. Your goal in the game is three-fold. You will take control of To-Fu, a small cube of soy product, who is tasked to defeat the evil Hoshi clan. To complete your mission, you must ping, fling, and roll yourself toward the big pink fortune cookie, wherever she is, and slam into her in the least amount of moves possible. The game contains multiple dojos, and…
  • Apple Watch to be available at Best Buy on Aug. 7

    Kate
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:53 am
    Best Buy announced it will become the first national retailer, aside from Apple, to sell the Apple Watch in some its U.S. retail stores and online on August 7. The company stated that the device will be available in more than 100 stores next month.  Best Buy plans to expand to over 300 outlet before the lucrative holiday shopping season. Best Buy will offer 16 models from the aluminum Apple Watch Sport and stainless steel Apple Watch collections, including 50 accessories such as bands, screen protectors, stands, and chargers. Best Buy currently sells a number of competing wearables from the…
  • Alphabear

    Kate
    24 Jul 2015 | 3:06 am
    Alphabear bу Spry Fox is аn original word puzzle game that will certainly capture your imagination. In Alphabear, уοur task is to spell words bу selecting letters οn a grid. Whеn уου υѕе letters thаt аrе next tο each οthеr, bears appear! Thе more letters уοu uѕе іn аn area, the bigger bears on this grid and thе more points уοu earn. Each tile starts out with a number that gradually ticks down for each turn that you don’t use it. When that number hits zero, the tile turns to stone and you can’t use it any more. Each stage has a goal – a set number of points…
  • Wood Charging Stand gives place of privilege for Apple Watch

    Kate
    23 Jul 2015 | 1:32 am
    Thanks to TRNDLabs’s new charging stand, you can provide your watch with a gawk-worthy place of privilege when it’s off your wrist. The company introduced  its Natural-Wood Apple Watch Charging Stand, available for just  $29. This stylistically crafted stand is tasked to charge your Apple Watch while keeping it proudly displayed. Simplicity and sophistication is mixed perfectly in this product. Customers can select between walnut or oak grain finish, and can start using it once the box is opened. The charging stand is compatible with all Apple Watches and all bands. Thanks to its…
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  • Apple’s iCar Likely to be Inspired by BMW’s i3

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:42 am
    Apple seems to have been inspired by BMW’s i3 as this car ‘could form the basis of Apple’s own supposed electric car project’. According to the latest reports from the German business magazine Manager, negotiations to use the BMW i3 body shell for Apple’s iCar started last fall. However, experts from automobile and consumer electronics The post Apple’s iCar Likely to be Inspired by BMW’s i3 appeared first on .
  • Microphone Not Working on iPhone 6/6 Plus? Here are Solutions to Try

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:19 am
    When microphone doesn’t work on your iPhone, the primary objective of buying a phone seems to die down. This can irritate you and the one who is talking to you on other end. There can be many obstructions that create such problems. To solve this single issue, there are several solutions. We have listed below The post Microphone Not Working on iPhone 6/6 Plus? Here are Solutions to Try appeared first on .
  • How to Take Screenshot on Apple Watch: Two Methods Explained

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:20 am
    Apple Watch has gracefully adopted quite a few functionalities from iPhone-thanks largely to the seamless integration between the two. And taking screenshot on the Watch is one of them. Simply put, what Digital Crown and side button are for Apple Watch, Home button and sleep/wake button are for iPhone. Since Apple Watch is right on The post How to Take Screenshot on Apple Watch: Two Methods Explained appeared first on .
  • How to View Song Lyrics of Apple Music Tracks with LyricForMusic Cydia Tweak

    Harshil Patel
    29 Jul 2015 | 4:33 am
    Have you ever listened to a song with lyrics displayed on your iPhone? It’s quite obvious that you don’t have any such feature or app that comes with iOS. But with Cydia tweaks everything is possible these days! You can now get the lyrics from the Apple Music songs played on your iPhone by using The post How to View Song Lyrics of Apple Music Tracks with LyricForMusic Cydia Tweak appeared first on .
  • How to Turn Off Apple Music’s Auto-renewal Before Your Free Trial Ends

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:27 am
    There’s no such thing as a free lunch in this world, but Apple has offered its music service for free for the first three months, post this period, users will have to shell out $9.99 or $14.99 for individual and family plans respectively. Well, everybody must have subscribed for this free Apple Music service (Number The post How to Turn Off Apple Music’s Auto-renewal Before Your Free Trial Ends appeared first on .
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  • Restore OS X from Time Machine to Fix a Bad Update

    admin
    23 Jul 2015 | 9:05 am
    So, I made a really stupid mistake when updating iTunes on my MacBook Pro. Luckily, I have regular backups to Time Machine to quickly get me back on track! Here’s what happened, and what I did to fix it. Apple updated iTunes, which included fixes for their Apple Music service. I was notified of this by the Mac App Store app, and so I proceeded to update as I would usually do. It went through the installation/update procedure, but then appeared to hang. I didn’t see anything going on, and all my running apps seemed stuck and unresponsive. I don’t recall of the mouse or…
  • How to Get Song Lyrics on iOS

    admin
    20 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    You know when you get that catchy song stuck in your head, and you realize that you don’t know the exact words? The song loops through your mind over and over again, and your hear the wrong words each time but don’t know what the right ones are. What do you do? Until now, you would probably do a Google search for your song’s lyrics to set yourself straight. That’s not too difficult. However, now there is an even easier way, and it actually works much better. On the Apple App Store, download the free app Musixmatch. It’s free to get, and won’t cost you…
  • 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…
 
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  • Tile Review: Say goodbye to losing your stuff

    Christopher Meinck
    14 Jul 2015 | 6:43 am
    Over the past days, I have managed to lose my wallet and my car keys. This isn’t necessarily a new occurrence and they weren’t actually lost. They were simply misplaced somewhere in my home. But to be honest, I have left my wallet at various locations, on a number of occasions. The last time was on top of a gas pump and thanks to some trustworthy folks, it was returned in tact. I’ve started to use Apple Pay more and more, but dreams of my iPhone replacing my wallet are years away, if ever. Now all I need is an Apple Car and that would solve problems with misplaced keys.
  • Apple Music and the iTunes Nuclear Option

    Christopher Meinck
    9 Jul 2015 | 1:36 pm
    In the span of a few weeks, I’ve gone from doubting Apple Music to going all in and then some. The biggest hurdle to adopting any music service is being to actually use said service. My family uses Sonos and we absolutely love it. We also do most of our listening at home. Although Beats was quick to offer Sonos support, Apple Music wasn’t available at launch, but it is coming soon. Using an ancient AirPort Express, I’ve managed to get Apple Music working on Sonos. Using a Family Plan, my wife and I have already begun digging deeper into the recesses of the service. Apple…
  • How I got Apple Music working with Sonos Connect using old Airport Express

    Christopher Meinck
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:18 pm
    If you’re a Sonos owner, much of the excitement surrounding the launch of Apple Music was lost. In our home, music has become synonymous with Sonos. Their whole home audio systems are easy to set-up, easy to use and it’s the kind of rock solid performance you find with Apple products. Lofty praise and it was the primary reason I had plans on skipping Apple Music. I’m just a few days into the free trial. I’ve been using it primarily in the car and with an older Jambox. I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the service, so much so that I’d consider subscribing at…
  • 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……
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    iBlastPhone!

  • Apple Music can't even please a die hard fan

    23 Jul 2015 | 10:15 am
    Apple launched its new music service, Apple Music, this month and it looks like not everyone is happy with it. If you look at Apple fan sites (we all know who they are), they are raving about Apple Music. One Apple Blogger however, isn't so pleased with Apple's new service. In fact, he wants it off his devices. The Loop's Jim Dalrymple, a serio...
  • Apple Pay goes live in the UK

    14 Jul 2015 | 2:12 pm
    Apple Pay is live in the UK, finally. Apple fans in the US have been enjoying Apple Pay for awhile now, but the UK fans have had to be more patient. Apple has already announced partnerships with retailers like Lidl, MS, the Post Office, McDonald's, Boots, Costa, Waitrose, Pret, Subway, KFC, Nando's, New Look and Starbucks.Several banks are suppor...
  • 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...
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    CydiaPoint

  • Get the newest mannequin Quad Copters!

    CydiaWorld
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:07 am
    On the subject of shopping for any digital merchandise, whether or not a toy or an adjunct, clients are very specific about high quality and fashions. For this reason Gearbest presents greatest merchandise to its clients with an up to date model and newest fashions. Top-of-the-line merchandise provided right here is the newly arrived mannequin of toy Quad Copter which is one thing that can’t be resisted. With quite a few options and benefits, it’s being demanded by numerous individuals and is among the many greatest promoting digital home equipment on-line. Clients are going loopy…
  • How you can add translucence to the Cydia set up display

    18 Jul 2015 | 5:00 pm
    After Cydia was up to date to model 1.1.19, the floodgates have been opened to all types of tweaks to switch the Cydia expertise. Some tweaks added new performance to Cydia, reminiscent of SwipeForMore, certainly one of my favourite new releases to the touch down in a while. Different tweaks, like TranslucentCydia, take a unique strategy and easily purpose to change the look of Cydia. As said by developer Similar Stone, TranslucentCydia goals to “prettify the Cydia set up display”. It does so by mixing within the House display wallpaper with a translucent Cydia set up web page…
  • Learn how to allow fast copy and paste within the Alien Blue Reddit shopper

    18 Jul 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Alien Blue is the official and hottest Reddit shopper on iOS, nevertheless it lacks one function that I’ve all the time discovered annoying—the power to simply copy and paste the textual content of posts. A brand new jailbreak tweak referred to as ABCopyTXT only recently appeared on Cydia, and it lets you simply copy textual content in Alien Blue utilizing the inventory iOS share sheet. Take a look at our walkthrough to see the way it works. As soon as you put in ABCopyTXT, there are not any choices to configure. Merely open the Alien Blue app, discover textual content from a publish…
  • Roundification tweak brings rounded corners to Notification Middle

    16 Jul 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Roundification is a brand new tweak that provides rounded corners to the Notification Middle banners, together with the fast reply interface. It additionally rounds off everything of Notification Middle itself. The tweak brings a chic look to Notification Middle, and though it’s not but obtainable on the default Cydia repos, it’s out there on a particular third-social gathering repo. Would you wish to attempt Roundification? On this publish, we’ll share all the particulars. At first, in the event you’d like to provide Roundification a shot, you’ll want so as to…
  • DockBar provides a modern software launcher to your jailbroken iPhone

    16 Jul 2015 | 5:00 pm
    On the lookout for a fast strategy to launch pre-chosen apps in your jailbroken iPhone? Cole Schaefer’s DockBar ($zero.ninety nine) will be the tweak that meets your wants. It’s an ideal wanting launch that brings a customizable launcher to iOS. DockBar works hand-in-hand with Activator as its technique of invocation. Thus, you possibly can entry your fast launch aspect bar from almost anyplace in iOS, and that features whereas inside apps and on the Residence display.  By way of its nicely laid out choice panel, you’ll be able to configure the look of DockBar together…
 
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    Touch, Tap, Play

  • Roguelike Dungeon of the Endless Launching This Summer On iPad

    Francesco
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:14 am
    If you also play on PC and like roguelike games, there’s a good chance you already know about Dungeon of the Endless, a unique roguelike developed by Amplitude Studios. Not this nice game is going to be released on iPad sometime this Summer. Dungeon of the Endless is a unique roguelike which combines elements from The post Roguelike Dungeon of the Endless Launching This Summer On iPad appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Warhammer: Arcane Magic Now Available For Purchase On The App Store

    Francesco
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:03 am
    Last week we have reported that Warhammer: Arcane Magic, the strategy game based on the Warhammer franchise developed for iOS, was finally going to be released this week in all regions on the App Store. The publisher has indeed kept its promise, as the stragey game is now available for purchase on iTunes in all The post Warhammer: Arcane Magic Now Available For Purchase On The App Store appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Shooter Game Trigonarium Receives New Update, Ultimate Stages Added

    Francesco
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:54 pm
    Trigonarium, the shooter game developed by Kimmo Lahtien now available on the App Store, is one of the best dual stick shooters ever released on iOS. The fact that the game has received plenty of post launch support introducing new stages and features has only made it better. This nice shooter game has recently received The post Shooter Game Trigonarium Receives New Update, Ultimate Stages Added appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • SpongeBob Moves In Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide to Earn Coins

    Jeremy
    28 Jul 2015 | 5:26 pm
    Are you ready kids?! SpongeBob is back in an all new city building game! SpongeBob Moves In details the very start of SpongeBob’s life as he moves into Bikini Bottom for the first time. Rebuild Bikini Bottom as you see fit and keep the town happy with our SpongeBob Moves In cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide! The post SpongeBob Moves In Cheats: Tips & Strategy Guide to Earn Coins appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
  • Wars and Battles: October War 1973 Review (iOS)

    Francesco
    28 Jul 2015 | 12:28 am
    If one were to judge a game simply by its name, Wars and Battles: October War 1973 would definitely be judged as uninspired game, with the title leaving pretty much nothing to imagination. Thankfully this is not the way we’re doing things, as we would be missing a rather good strategy game that offers something The post Wars and Battles: October War 1973 Review (iOS) appeared first on Touch, Tap, Play.
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    AppDK blog

  • How to Promote Your iOS Apps to Japanese Market

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

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

  • Enjoy One month Free Of Charge of Showtime Service !

    24 Jul 2015 | 1:49 pm
    After the brilliant HBO launched its service HBO Now, the turn has come for Showtime to launch its new service.Showtime offers one month free of charge service, followed by a required payment of $ 10.99 / month, compared to $ 14.99 for HBO Now, and of course the content is different ; mostly what Showtime has produced such Dexter - Homeland - Shameless and many others in addition to series, and other movies!Service works on all Apple devices, and require a login from one Apple device to activate the free subscription.Showtime channel should automatically appear on your Apple TV…
  • How to Remove iPhone - iPad jailbreak Without Restoring!

    20 Jul 2015 | 2:01 pm
    A new "special" and yet a great cydia release from the founder of Cydia; Jay Freeman aka Saurik. Cydia Impactor, a jailbreak tweak intended to delete the jailbreak entirely from  devices running iOS 8.3 and iOS 8.4.Before using this free package, a back up is highly required, as after application, Cydia Impactor reset all settings, delete all applications, files, and folders.How to remove the jailbreak on the iPhone and iPad without updating or restoringStep 1: Save a backup copy of your data via iCloud or iTunes; Step 2: Make sure that your device is at least 20% charged; Step…
  • This War of Mine - The Best Survival Simulator Game for iPad.

    20 Jul 2015 | 1:11 pm
    From the developers of the Polish studios 11 bit Studios , "This War of Mine" a game that gained immense popularity in the PC and its access to iOS platform has pleased many fans of such strategies.So, the game events took place in Sarajevo back in the 90's, when the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina were under siege for almost four years.Their residents felt the full complexity of survival in the modern "concrete jungle".The player will gain control over a group of characters - civilians caught in a rundown building with no food, water, medicines, weapons, etc. Each character has certain…
  • Everything You Should Know About iOS 9.

    10 Jul 2015 | 6:26 pm
    The annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2015) curtain's has came down, and came up with one of the most important announcements; the upcoming iOS 9 system and its special features, improvements, and characteristics.The most noticeable new feature are the emergence of News applications, which was announced at the conference WWDC 2015. All this and more are highlighted in the next video.
  • Spotify declares war on App Store !

    10 Jul 2015 | 6:15 pm
    Just a head of the launch of the new Apple Music streaming service ,Spotify service was seriously infected, noting a significant outflow of users (without taking into consideration those who may refuse to renew Spotify subscription). Spotify service has clearly decided to embark on a war path and intentionally refuse users subscriptions that comes directly from the App Store.According to The Verge, users are now actually charged about $ 13 when acquiring Spotify Premium subscription using iOS application meanwhile,  if you sign up via the website, you pay only $ 3.Why is this…
 
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    My Apple Gadgets |

  • Apple Music Streaming App: The Essentials

    Nick Gambino
    26 Jul 2015 | 8:24 am
    Apple Music Streaming App Unless you’ve been living under a rock there’s no doubt you’ve heard about the Apple Music Streaming App. This is Apple’s newest venture that is geared towards conquering yet another field, this time the streaming music model, much like Spotify and Pandora. They tried it before with iTunes Radio but that turned [...] The post Apple Music Streaming App: The Essentials appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
  • Zagg Slim Book: The Best iPad Air 2 Keyboard Case?

    iGadget Lady
    18 Jul 2015 | 12:49 pm
    Zagg Slim Book: The Best iPad Air 2 Keyboard Case? Today we’re gonna take a look at the Zagg Slim Book iPad Air 2 Bluetooth Keyboard case.It’s an ultra slim tablet keyboard and detachable case, (yes, I’m reading this right off of the box). LOL I’ve been in the market for a Bluetooth keyboard for [...] The post Zagg Slim Book: The Best iPad Air 2 Keyboard Case? appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
  • 5 Best iPhone Photo Apps

    iGadget Lady
    14 Jun 2015 | 12:27 pm
    5 Best iPhone Photo Apps These are my picks for the 5 Best iPhone Photo Apps. Today’s smartphones and tablets come equipped with camera functions that would have cost hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a few short years ago.  But if you don’t install a top notch iPad or iPhone photo app, there’s no way you can [...] The post 5 Best iPhone Photo Apps appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
  • iPad Air vs iPad Air 2 Specs

    Nick Gambino
    17 May 2015 | 9:13 am
    iPad Air vs iPad Air 2 Specs Get ready for the ultimate smackdown of the century!! iPad Air vs. iPad Air 2 Specs. Two will enter the ring, only one will exit! In the battle some are calling, “Inevitable” and “Kind of not as big a deal as Nick is making it.” Who will be [...] The post iPad Air vs iPad Air 2 Specs appeared first on My Apple Gadgets |.
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    iOS App Lists

  • Tame Your Thought Monster Is a Must-Have Book for Kids

    iOS App Lists
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:23 am
    Tame Your Thought Monster is an interactive book by McClain Consulting Services which helps young children understand and process their thoughts in order to better control their feelings and emotions. Featuring many helpful elements and activities, this is a must-have app for parents of children age 8 and up. Tame Your Thought Monster definitely isn’t […] The post Tame Your Thought Monster Is a Must-Have Book for Kids appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/27/15

    iOS App Lists
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:40 am
    Today’s list of iPhone and iPad apps and games gone FREE features a cool keyboard app, a fantastic food/drink tool, and tons of great 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 […] The post Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/27/15 appeared first on iOS App Lists. *JOIN MILLIONS OF OTHERS & SHARE IN STYLE! ON SALE NOW FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!* Install Now & Get Our Bonus iOS 8 Keyboard! No More Boring Fonts For You! Join Over 5…
  • Practice Math While Having Fun in Squirreled for iOS

    iOS App Lists
    24 Jul 2015 | 10:39 am
    If one thing is for certain, it’s that educational games aren’t always fun for kids and adults to play. Squirreled is a fun and addicting game by Andrew Chew which aims to change this and they’re doing a pretty darn good job already! The idea behind Squirreled is to collect as many acorns as you […] The post Practice Math While Having Fun in Squirreled for iOS appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
  • Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/23/15

    iOS App Lists
    23 Jul 2015 | 7:48 am
    Today’s list of iPhone and iPad apps and games gone FREE features a few handy utilities, an awesome radio app, and a couple incredibly popular 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 […] The post Today’s Free iOS Apps and Games – 7/23/15 appeared first on iOS App Lists. * Free Now! * All-new function. Come and appraise your iPhone. *****Features***** * All-new function. Come and appraise your iPhone. * Quick and precisely…
  • Look Forward Features Powerful Countdown Tools and Much More

    iOS App Lists
    22 Jul 2015 | 8:43 am
    If you’re looking forward to something, it’s always nice to keep track of it so you know how many days are left until that particular day arrives. Look Forward is a free iPhone app by Paul Ong that lets you easily find and track the days you can’t wait for. One of the things I […] The post Look Forward Features Powerful Countdown Tools and Much More appeared first on iOS App Lists. … Read more
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    Cydia Pie

  • Download iOS 9 Beta 4 IPSW for iPhone, iPad and iPod (Direct Links)

    M Qasim
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Apple released iOS 9 beta 4 to its registered developers for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, which is now available for download as IPSW files. Just three weeks after third beta, Apple has rolled out 4th one that carries build number 13A4305g. For those, who are already running their iDevices on iOS 9 beta 3 can update directly using Apple OTA from Settings –> General –> Software Update. Alternatively, you can download the ipsw files on iOS 9 beta 4 ipsw for your device from Apple iOS Dev Center. For those who don’t know, Apple unveiled iOS 9 in WWDC last month and released first…
  • Unjailbreak or Restore iPhone, iPad on iOS 8.4 with Cydia Impactor

    M Qasim
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:36 am
    Saurik released a new tweak “Cydia Impactor” that allows to un-jailbreak and restore iPhone without updating the software. Its basically a big development in jailbreak as previously if we wanted to unjailbreak our device, we needed to update it to latest version which was risky, as we used to lost jailbreak after updating to latest version. Now with Cydia Impactor, we are on safer side as we can again jailbreak the iDevice on that iOS. We have seen that Saurik has been making lot of good changes to Cydia: First he allowed developers to customize the Cydia itself and now this Impactor…
  • Customize Low Battery Alerts/Notifications on iPhone with BatteryFlow Cydia Tweak

    M Qasim
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:13 am
    iOS has habit of giving notifications to users whenever battery goes below 20% and gives another notifications after 10%. Its good as we get to know that now its time to plug our iPhone or iPad to socket to get it charged, as iDevices comes without external batteries, so no option of spare battery etc. Battery Flow Cydia Tweak to Customize Low Battery Alerts Now if you have ever thought of customizing these notifications to your will, then say thank you to developer of new Cydia tweak known as BatteryFlow. What this tweak do is allow you customize or edit the low battery notifications/alerts…
  • How to Convert iTunes M4V Files and Remove DRM for Free

    M Qasim
    21 Jul 2015 | 8:51 am
    When you purchase and download video from iTunes then it is DRM protected which means you cannot transfer it to other devices. So how to remove the DRM to convert the M4V iTunes files or to transfer them to other devices via USB flash drive? Well, I have a way for this which I am going to discuss here in this tutorial. Convert iTunes M4V Files and Remove DRM Free Thanks to NoteBurner M4V Plus which is an easy to use tool that allow you to convert the iTunes M4V files without any loss in quality with fast speed. Apart from allowing conversion facility, this amazing software also removes the…
  • Download MyWi 8 for iOS 8.4 Tweak Free to Enable Wifi/USB Tethering on iPhone, iPad

    M Qasim
    21 Jul 2015 | 7:53 am
    The reason why most of the people opt for jailbreak is limited functionality Apple provides in default iOS. There are many limitations as Apple don’t want users to customize or mess with its operating system, iOS 8.4 being the latest one also follow this tradition. As you would expect, Apple WiFi settings panel don’t come with much options other than just connect/disconnect options. Even you can check the password of stored networks to share with friends. Wait, seriously? Yes, you heard it right! Thanks to jailbreak for giving us so much freedom to choose our favorite cydia tweaks to…
 
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    Cupertino Geeks

  • Show Stored WiFi Network Passwords on iPhone, iPad with BetterWiFi for iOS 8.4 Tweak

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

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

    Mavericks
    19 Jul 2015 | 8:06 am
    BDaySpotify Cydia tweak for iOS 8.4 is one of the best that allow users get unlimited skips, listen to music without shuffling and enjoy premium Spotify features for free. Spotify is for sure one of the best music service with billions of songs of all category in it. The reason why it is so popular is because its list is updated every second with newly released song, making it a first choice for music lovers. Of course, to enjoy premium features like unlimited skips, enjoying songs without shuffling etc, you need to pay a subscription fees. BDaySpotify Tweak for Unlimited Skips, Premium…
  • Download Kuaiyong English for iOS 8.4 to Get Free Apps [Without Jailbreak]

    Mavericks
    19 Jul 2015 | 6:52 am
    Kuaiyong, a Chinese startup that allow users to download and install free iOS apps on iPhone 6 Plus, 5S, 5, 4S, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPod Touch and that too without even requiring a jailbreak. In past users used to get these sort of result from Install0us but after it was taken there, many of its alternatives have emerged. Earlier we have covered Install0us alternatives which included vShare and AppCake that help users to some sort in their quest of downloading paid App Store apps for free. Kuaiyong takes this to new level as it offer lot more apps then all these alternatives combined and…
  • Get Android Lollipop Experience on iPhone, iPad With AndriOS iOS 8.4 Tweak

    Mavericks
    18 Jul 2015 | 7:11 am
    AndriOS Cydia tweak for iOS 8.4 brings the user interface and experience of Android 5.0 Lollipop to your jailbroken iPhone 6/5S/5, iPad Air/Mini and iPod Touch – Check out details. I have been Apple stock user interface lover for ages because of its simplicity and cleanliness that makes it my choice over Android. But with Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google has really improved the stock user interface, making it flat, clean and clutter free that has really made me fell in love with it. I know there will be many other iDevice owners like me who would love to give Android Lollipop interface at least…
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