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  • ​Maximize Your iCloud Storage Space by Changing Backup Settings

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    Dave Greenbaum
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    When your iPhone or iPad warns you iCloud is running low on storage space, you can avoid buying more space by changing what iCloudbacks up.Read more...
  • Blink: A Completely Wireless HD Home Monitoring and Alert System

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    Nick Salerni
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:27 pm
    Blink, a new project on Kickstarter, is an easy-to-use home monitoring and alert system.  The device is completely wireless and provides full HD video recording, motion sensors, and temperature sensors. The home monitoring system allows you to keep an eye on your house using an app on your iOS or Android device. Blink is battery powered, allowing you to place them anywhere around your house. The company promises that their technology delivers more than one year of battery life.  The company designed the device to be very affordable, starting at only $49. The company is trying to make it…
  • Best Travel Apps for Your Summer Road Trip

    Best Kids Apps
    Jen Leo
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:19 am
    Apps and travel go together like summer and pool time. There are so many app choices out there with very different uses when it comes to travel. I’m going to skip the travel booking apps and get straight to the apps that you’ll use while you’re actually in the car. From driving directions and dog-friendly restaurants to last minute hotels and crazy road side attractions your kids will love—pack these handy road trip apps to keep the drive smooth, steady and fun. Best Travel Apps For Parents Waze | Free | iOS, Android, Windows This is the superhero of navigation apps. Not only does it…
  • iPhone: Maps Pro with Google Maps - Navigation

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    22 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    The advanced Google Maps app with unique customization features! Maps Pro includes easy to use place searching for finding local restaurants, parking places and over 50 other categories. See reviews of each place with optional translations when traveling abroad. Want to find the nearest Thai restaurant? Just search 'thai restaurant' and you'll be shown the closest. Search results can be limited to places that are currently open and easily set a reminder to be notified when you are nearby. Download Maps Pro with Google Maps on the App Store http://goo.gl/qQVvKy View the full article:…
  • Google Analytics 1.0 for iPhone

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    Cyrus
    26 Jul 2014 | 7:15 am
    Google Analytics should not need any introduction to webmasters. Many folks are relying on it to track their site’s performance and find out where their visitors and acquisitions are coming from. We have seen Google Analytics apps for iPhone or Android in the past. Google Analytics for iPhone happens to be Google’s official app for your smartphone. It gives you access to web and app data on your phone. Google Analytics has a pretty user-friendly interface. Whether you want to monitor your acquisitions, visits, and pageviews on your iPhone, the app has you covered. You may still…
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  • Yelp App Updated With Short Video Reviews

    Husain Sumra
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:41 pm
    Yelp today updated its iPhone app with the ability to shoot and upload 3 - 12 second videos, allowing users to show off their restaurant and local business experiences in yet another way. They say a picture is worth 1,000 words, well now on iPhone you can take 3-12 second videos of your experiences at your favorite local businesses. So that's worth like... 30 frames per second multiplied by video length... (pulls out calculator)... between 90 and 360 thousand words! Whoa.Previously, users could write reviews, post tips for potential customers and upload photos for users to get a better visual…
  • Facebook to Cut Messaging From Main App in Effort to Focus on Facebook Messenger

    Juli Clover
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:57 pm
    Facebook is planning to motivate people to download and use its standalone Facebook Messenger app by removing messaging capabilities from the standard Facebook mobile app. Currently, users can chat through the Messages tab located on the bottom toolbar in the main Facebook app, but that tab will soon redirect users to download the Messenger app instead. When installed, a message received in the Facebook app will switch the user over to Messenger to chat, as it does now when a user has both the Facebook and Facebook Messenger apps installed. According to TechCrunch, Facebook is making the…
  • Bitcoin Wallet App 'Blockchain' Returns to the App Store

    Juli Clover
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:31 pm
    Back in January, Apple removed popular Bitcoin app Blockchain from the App Store, after cracking down on several other apps that allowed users to send and receive bitcoin, including Coinbase and Gliph. Apple's official policy prohibits content that "enables, facilitates, or encourages an activity" that not all countries deem legal, which has left Bitcoin-based apps in a bit of a gray area policy wise. As of today, Blockchain has returned to the App Store, once again giving iOS users a way to send and receive bitcoin payments, reports bitcoin news site CoinDesk. According to CoinDesk, Apple…
  • Beats Music for iOS Gains New 'Tune Your Taste' Customizations, Verified Badges

    Juli Clover
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:01 pm
    Beats Music for iOS was today updated to version 2.2.0, adding several user-requested features. It's now possible for Beats listeners to change their Just For You recommendations through a new "Tune Your Taste" feature in Settings that allows users to select new favorite genres and artists. Listeners are also able to track their most recently played songs from The Sentence feature, which lets users select songs based on mood and activity. Verified Badges have been added, with a red check mark signaling a profile is "certified as legit by Beats," and there have been quite a few bug fixes.You…
  • Supply Chain Sources Claim December Launch for 5.5-Inch iPhone 6 and iWatch

    Kelly Hodgkins
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:31 am
    Reports from within Apple's Asian supply chain (via GforGames) again suggest the company is planning to launch the 4.7-inch iPhone separately from the 5.5-inch model, with the latter model entering mass production in September. This staggered launch would allow Apple to debut the highly-anticipated 4.7-inch iPhone 6 early this fall and then follow with the iWatch and the larger iPhone model later this year. The report claims a December launch for both the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 and iWatch, which would be unusual timing for Apple given the holiday shopping season. The company generally prefers to…
 
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  • NPR launches new curated news radio app ‘NPR One’

    Cody Lee
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:30 pm
    NPR launched a new mobile application today which aims to make news radio more tailored and accessible. It’s called NPR One, and it curates a mix of NPR radio segments and news articles based on your location and interests. Now, this won’t replace NPR’s existing mobile apps, which allow you to listen to nationally syndicated programs and local programming.  But what it does do is provide a simple way to listen to relevant, public news radio streams…... Read the rest of this post here "NPR launches new curated news radio app ‘NPR One’" is an article by…
  • Let’s Talk iOS 039: Internet problems

    Jeff Benjamin
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Episode 39: Sebastien laments about his ongoing Wi-Fi troubles, Jeff gushes over the greatness that is his new 4K Dell monitor, and Cody talks about his latest deals. The trio talk about three apps that they’d recommend to new iOS users, plus they discuss all of the latest iOS news. Subscribe on iTunes ... Read the rest of this post here "Let’s Talk iOS 039: Internet problems" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
  • Facebook disabling messaging in main mobile app, forcing users into Messenger

    Cody Lee
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:10 pm
    It appears that folks using Facebook’s Messenger service will soon have to download the standalone app, or look at other messaging options. Over the next few days, the social network is going to disable messaging from its main iPhone and Android apps. The move is an attempt to push users over to Facebook Messenger, which the company says will have several benefits. For one it will enable it to streamline the mobile chat experience, and two, Facebook says users respond faster when using Messenger…... Read the rest of this post here "Facebook disabling messaging in main mobile app,…
  • Hellraid: The Escape review – a room escape game with a fantasy fiction edge

    Lory Gil
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    When it comes to puzzle games, I think of titles like The Room. When I think of room escape games, I think of titles like Stormglass Protocol. When I think of fantasy fiction, I think of games like Warhammer Quest. What I don’t do is think of them as all in the same category. Hellraid: The Escape is a mix between puzzle games, room escape, and fantasy adventure. Players must figure out how to destroy enemies by using smarts instead of swords. We’ve got a game review of Hellraid: The Escape for you below…... Read the rest of this post here "Hellraid: The Escape review – a room escape…
  • Scrub Radio allows users to get rid of iTunes Radio restrictions

    Alihassan Mahdi
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:32 pm
    iTunes Radio is a free music streaming service that brings together a number of radio stations for users to listen and discover new musics. However, there are certain restrictions set by Apple in iTunes Radio such as ads, inability to scrub through songs and more. ‘Scrub Radio’ is a new jailbreak tweak that gets rid of these limitations and gives you complete control over iTunes Radio. With Scrub Radio, users have the freedom to scrub through songs both backward and forward and easily move to a specific point of the song. ... Read the rest of this post here "Scrub Radio allows…
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    Lifehacker

  • ​Maximize Your iCloud Storage Space by Changing Backup Settings

    Dave Greenbaum
    26 Jul 2014 | 3:00 pm
    When your iPhone or iPad warns you iCloud is running low on storage space, you can avoid buying more space by changing what iCloudbacks up.Read more...
  • Nutrino Offers Personalized Meal Suggestions for Your Health Goals

    Alan Henry
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    iOS: Nutrino wants to make it a little easier to build meal plans and make good health decisions based on your personal fitness and nutrition goals. In a way, they want to put a dietitian in your pocket to help you stay motivated, make better choices, and take the stress out of meal planning.Read more...
  • Swipe to the Right to Copy 1Password Passwords

    Dave Greenbaum
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    1Password is a great tool for remembering your passwords. Here's a little shortcut for the mobile app you might not know: swipe to the right over a password to copy it. Read more...
  • ​WineGlass Uses Your iPhone's Camera to Rate Wines

    Dave Greenbaum
    19 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    iOS: Some of us aren't quite sure difference between a Malbec and a Merlot. We get a bit overwhelmed by the wine list at a restaurant. Wine Glass scans the wine list for you and makes suggestions on which wines to order.Read more...
  • Find Out if Your Mac Will Support Handoff in OS X Yosemite

    Dave Greenbaum
    19 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Handoff is a great new feature of Apple's forthcoming operating system, Yosemite. Not all Macs will support it, though. Here's how to check if yours will.Read more...
 
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  • An App That Dims Your Phone So That Other Concertgoers Won't Hate You

    Andrew Liszewski
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:14 am
    Look at any concert photo taken sometime after cellphones started including built-in cameras, and you'll see a sea of glowing screens that end up distracting from what's happening on stage. So the next time you're at a concert, be courteous to your fellow attendees with this alternative iOS camera app that keeps your smartphone's display dim while you're shooting.Read more...
  • A Smart Headband That Keeps Your Kids Safe (and Forever Alone)

    Eric Limer
    27 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    No one wants their young kids to fall into an unattended pool. It's (one of) a parent's (many) worst nightmare(s). iSwimband is designed to let you know immediately if the worst should happen. And probably also to keep your kids from making any friends. Read more...
  • ​How And Why To Take Your Smartphone Camping

    Wes Siler on IndefinitelyWild, shared by Eric Limer to Gizmodo
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:08 am
    No other device packs a camera, a stereo, video recording, GPS navigation and guide books into such a small, conveniently carried package. Here's how to get the most of your smartphone in the outdoors.http://indefinitelywild.gizmodo.com/so-you-want-to... Read more...
  • WSJ: Apple is Ordering a Huge 80 Million iPhone 6 Handsets for Launch

    Gerald Lynch -- Gizmodo UK
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:51 am
    It seems Apple has particularly high hopes for this year's iPhone line-up. According to the Wall Street Journal, it's ordering its largest ever order for new iPhones off the production line, numbering somewhere between 70 to 80 million units.Read more...
  • Adventure Tested: Whistle, A Fitness Tracker For Your Dog

    Wes Siler on IndefinitelyWild, shared by Eric Limer to Gizmodo
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:45 am
    Whistle is a new, collar-mounted activity monitor for your dog, allowing you to track exercise, food, medication and other parameters whether you're with them or even when you're apart.http://indefinitelywild.gizmodo.com/wiley-meets-sn... Read more...
 
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    TUAW: Apple news, reviews and how-tos since 2004

  • An iPhone 6 case we can believe in

    Steven Sande
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:15 pm
    Here at TUAW, we will usually pass on the emailed tips that come in from readers showing a Mr. Blurrycam rendition of purported next-generation iPhone or iPad parts. But when a case manufacturer we know and trust sends us a bunch of well-photographed images of an upcoming iPhone 6 case, we take notice and risk the wrath of our very own Chris Rawson, the Rumor Slayer. Our source notes that he's making a new line of phone cases and that "my case guy sent me the latest batch of samples for final inspection and they included, to my surprise, an iPhone 6 'Phoneblet' case. I say 'phoneblet' because…
  • Waterfield Designs Cycling Ride Pouch: Take your iPhone along for the ride

    Steven Sande
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Cyclists love to pack minimally, but for even a casual ride it's important to have spare tubes, tire irons, repair kits, a pump, and even your iPhone along. Waterfield Designs teamed up with cycling gear designer Eleven Vélo to produce the perfect pouch for all that equipment, and it fits easily into the back pocket on a cycling jersey. The Cycling Ride Pouch (US$69) features a scratch-free slot for your iPhone (and note that it will fit larger phones in case the next iPhones are bigger...), interior pockets for ID and credit cards, and enough volume to hold everything you'll need to…
  • Apple's iPhone business is as big as McDonald's and Coke combined

    Yoni Heisler
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:30 pm
    It's no secret that the bulk of Apple's revenue comes from the iPhone. During the company's most recent quarter, for example, 53% of its $37.4 billion in quarterly revenue came from its iconic smartphone. For as much as people like to talk about Apple having peaked, the company has a penchant for printing out boatloads of money quarter after quarter. While companies like Amazon can generate nearly $20 billion in quarterly revenue and still lose money, Apple's margins and overall profits remain extremely healthy. Critics have long demanded Apple lower prices to increase market share, but Apple…
  • Cell phone unlocking bill passes Congress on the way to the White House

    Kelly Hodgkins
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Today, the House of Representatives unanimously approved legislation that would legalize the process of unlocking a smartphone to use on another carrier, reports the LA Times. The bipartisan bill passed through the Senate earlier this year and will now move onto the desk of President Barack Obama. Obama said he will sign the bill into law, while praising the efforts of Congress to pass this legislation. "The bill Congress passed today is another step toward giving ordinary Americans more flexibility and choice, so that they can find a cell phone carrier that meets their needs and their…
  • eBay sold almost $2 billion in Apple products last year alone

    John-Michael Bond
    25 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Apple just announced its earning results for the third quarter of their 2014 fiscal year, but it is not the only one raking in cash via sales of its products. According to information acquired by Computer World, eBay also is profiting, selling almost $2 billion in Apple products in 2013 in the U.S. alone. What's interesting is where the two company's sales diverge: iPod sales, for example, only account for 1% of Apple's sales, while they make up 7% of eBay's total sales of Apple products. The biggest earner for both companies when it comes to Apple hardware, however, is the iPhone, accounting…
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    iLounge | All Things iPod, iPhone, iPad and Beyond

  • Mac: GuinpinSoft MakeMKV

    Nick Guy
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:38 pm
    There were those who were skeptical when Steve Jobs said Blu-ray was a “bag of hurt.” Many people thought the standard would one day come to Macs, despite Jobs’ early resistance. But here we are several years later, and optical disc drives are all but dead now across the Mac family; Blu-rays never were officially supported. However, if you own Blu-ray discs, you likely know there are lot of hardware and software options that allow…
  • Review: Kenu Airframe+ Portable Car Mount

    Jeremy Horwitz
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:11 pm
    Built with a spring-loaded, expandable arm, the small plastic and rubber mount can firmly hold any prior iPhone or iPod touch, with or without a case. It can then expand to around 3.6” wide, which should even be enough to hold the rumored 5.5”-screened, 3.2”-wide larger iPhone 6/Air, with enough extra space for a case. Like its predecessor, Airframe+ is a minimalist accessory: it’s 2.6” wide, and a millimeter less…
  • News: Popular Bitcoin wallet app Blockchain returns to App Store

    Phil Dzikiy
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:03 pm
    Apple has reinstated popular Bitcoin wallet app Blockchain to the App Store. It’s not an entirely unexpected move, considering Apple recently started allowing Bitcoin apps back in the App Store, after making a change to its App Store Review Guidelines. Blockchain was originally pulled from the App Store in February. Nicolas Cary, Blockchain’s CEO, told Bloomberg that Blockchain’s Bitcoin wallet has 1.9 million users. ...
  • News: Daily Deal: Spigen Kuel Dual-Port Compact Car Charger, $25

    Dennis Lloyd
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:32 am
    Today in iLounge Deals you can grab the Spigen Kuel Dual USB Car Charger for only $25. Providing two full 10W USB ports, the Kuel allows you to charge even two iPads simultaneously at full speed while on the go. Get the Spigen Kuel Dual USB Car Charger now for only $25 ...
  • News: Report: Apple Stores to support carrier early iPhone upgrade programs

    Phil Dzikiy
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    Apple Stores will soon allow customers to purchase new iPhones using early upgrade programs from carriers, including AT&T Next, T-Mobile JUMP, and Verizon Edge, according to 9to5Mac. It’s unclear whether or when Apple will support Sprint’s One Up program. The report claims that “many” stores will offer the purchase option in late August, ahead of the expected iPhone 6 September launch. At the moment, any iPhone purchased…
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    iMore - The #1 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch blog

  • The TV Show 11: Doctor Sorry. So sorry...

    Rene Ritchie
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:01 pm
    The TV Show is like app or game reviews for television episodes. Whether you're watching on the Apple TV in your living room or streaming to your iPhone or iPad, follow along for the week of TV that was. On this episode Dave and Rene talk Doctor Who season 4, marrying the Doctor's daughter, thinking through your anti-life plans, the end of the beginning of River Song, bionic companions, Time Lord bonds, and non-ginger regenerations. Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunes Download Directly Follow on Twitter Shows we spoil Doctor Who season 4 - iTunes | Amazon | Google Play | Xbox Video |…
  • Facebook reportedly making Messenger app mandatory for chat over the next few days

    Sam Sabri
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:32 pm
    It was a few months ago that we reported Facebook would be killing in-app messaging. Facebook instead prefers users to chat with the dedicated Facebook Messenger app. Facebook is now notifying people that transition will happen over the next few days. Facebook hasn't posted an announcement about the upcoming changes. Instead they sent a statement directly to TechCrunch. Here's their message: "In the next few days, we're continuing to notify more people that if they want to send and receive Facebook messages, they'll need to download the Messenger app. As we've said, our goal is to focus…
  • Best Mac games of July 2014

    Peter Cohen
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:29 pm
    Now that we're almost into August it's time to take a look back at the best Mac games that were released this month. This month's releases include a great new Mickey Mouse game that's not just for kids, the Mac App Store release of Double Fine's resurrection of the classic point-and-click adventure game genre, and much more! Broken Age Double Fine Productions' pedigree is flawless — it's the game studio founded by Tim Schaefer, a LucasArts veteran who designed classics like Full Throttle, The Secret of Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle. Broken Age is a point-and-click adventure game…
  • 4 or 4.7 or 5.5-inches — What's the perfect iPhone 6 size for you? [Poll]

    Rene Ritchie
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:21 pm
    4 or 4.7 or 5.5-inches — What's the perfect iPhone 6 size for you? If Apple holds to pattern the iPhone 6 will be coming out way this fall, and if rumors are true, there'll be not only a larger size, but two larger sizes to choose from. I've been writing about a bigger iPhone for years, and why I think it makes sense for Apple to do it this year. But what happens when it's a reality? What happens when you walk into an Apple Store and see a 4-inch, 4.7-inch, and 5.5-inch iPhone all sitting on the table. Which one do you choose? To keep things simple, let's imagine the iPhone 6 feature set is…
  • How to print photos with AirPrint from your iPhone or iPad

    Allyson Kazmucha
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:51 pm
    AirPrint lets you print pages right from your iPhone or iPad using AirPrint, including pictures right from the Photos apps. It works with any AirPrint compatible printer, which makes it a great way to make hard copies of your memories without ever having to transfer anything to your computer first. All right from the Share Sheet, and all with just a few taps! How to send photos straight to your printer with AirPrint for iPhone and iPad Launch the Photos app on your iPhone or iPad. Tap on the photo you'd like to print. Tap on the Share button in the lower left hand corner. In the last bar of…
 
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    Mobile Orchard

  • UNITI Stand, end desk clutter with this amazing stand

    marie
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:45 am
    I don’t know about you guys but my desk is always a mess, however thanks to a new Kickstarter project all of this could soon be a thing of the past. The Uniti stand not only raises up your Mac monitor, but it also provides enough space underneath to stow away your keyboard and other accessories such as mouse or headphones. Furthermore the stand has built-in USB 3.0 ports as well as an audio jack. Here are all the details: Elevates your monitor to provide better posture. iMacs and Thunderbolt monitors can be positioned at two viewing heights. Dual front USB 3.0 ports and 3.5 mm audio…
  • Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 25 July 2014

    marie
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:34 am
    Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Apple completely changed Control Center in iOS 8 beta 4 – here’s what it looks like - Apple’s new iOS 8 beta 4 update includes tons of changes, bug fixes and new features. You can read Apple’s official iOS 8 beta 4 release notes. Pencil by FiftyThree aims for wider adoption and third-party apps, thanks to launch of FiftyThree SDK - When FiftyThree launched Paper, it quickly became one of the most popular apps for iPad, making it easier than ever before to draw, sketch and…
  • Apple releases Yosemite Public Beta

    marie
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:25 pm
    Yesterday we reported that Apple was releasing the Yosemite Public Beta today, and now you can finally sign up. So after you have downloaded the file, you need to install it. Our suggestion however is that you install it on a second partition in order to avoid ruining your everyday machine. Your Mac must meet the following requirements for Yosemite betas: OS X Mavericks 10.9 or later installed At least 2GB of memory At least 8GB of availble disk space If you are good to go, then here is how to partition your drive. Open Disk Utility by going to Applications >> Utilities >> Disk…
  • Apple to release Yosemite Public Preview tomorrow

    marie
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:35 am
    During the WWDC 2014 Keynote earlier this year, Apple promised to release a Public Beta version of OS X Yosemite to non developers. The company has now announced that this Public Beta will be made available tomorrow, July 24th for users who are wanting to test the software before it will finally be released later this fall. Users can sign up to be an OS X Beta Program member on Apple’s Beta Program site. According to a statement released by Apple, the public beta will be updated less frequently than the Developer beta, however, users running the public beta will eventually be able to…
  • Apple announces 2014 iTunes Festival

    marie
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:31 am
    Apple just announced their eighth annual iTunes Festival, which will take place in London. So far the lineup sounds amazing and Apple has promised they will be adding more names at a later date. Confirmed artists include Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5, Kylie, Sam Smith, and Blondie, as well as Beck, David Guetta, 5 Seconds of Summer, Calvin Harris, and Chrissie Hynde, in total more than 60 artists will take the stage in September at the Roundhouse. Eddy Cue said “The iTunes Festival in London is back with another stunning line-up of world class performers and tremendous new acts,”…
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  • Apple Stores gearing up to allow early-upgrade carrier program buying?

    28 Jul 2014 | 10:43 pm
    Traditionally, iPhones bought from Apple Stores come in two varieties: locked to an individual carrier with a two-year contract, or completely unlocked but at full retail price. Last month, the company began allowing sales of iPhones on pre-paid plans, and now appears to be poised to allow Apple Store sales of iPhones to existing (and eligible) AT&T Next, Verizon Edge, T-Mobile Jump, and possibly Sprint EasyPay customers, who have the freedom to upgrade their phones more often in exchange for a slightly higher monthly charge....
  • Beats Music app updated, offers more user customization

    28 Jul 2014 | 8:51 pm
    As the process of Beats Music's acquisition by Apple continues, the iOS app for the subscription-based Beats Music service has received an update to both make playback better and more reliable as well as to improve the overall user experience. The new version 2.2.0 gives users the ability to customize the services's "Just For You" recommendations by changing artists and genres with a new feature called Tune Your Taste. In addition to some other changes, Beats reports that it has "fixed a ton of bugs."...
  • Apple drops cross-appeal against Samsung, gives up injunction

    28 Jul 2014 | 6:48 pm
    Two years after the first Apple-Samsung patent trial, the big winner in that case -- Apple -- has dropped a motion to cross-appeal a portion of Judge Lucy Koh's final verdict. The action means that the company has officially given up hope of seeing any product bans on the 23 Samsung products found guilty of copying Apple technology, though the matter is largely moot as none of the products are still offered for sale anyway. Despite the clear victory in the jury trial, Judge Koh twice refused to issue sales injunctions on the infringing Samsung products....
  • HBC department stores Lord & Taylor, Hudson's Bay to use iBeacons

    28 Jul 2014 | 4:28 pm
    HBC Department Store Group, which owns both the Lord & Taylor and Hudson's Bay department store chain, has announced it will be using indoor iBeacons leveraging Apple technology, manufactured by Motorola Solutions and powered by software from Swirl Networks across more than 130 of the corporation's stores in Canada and the US. The move follows in the footsteps of Macy's, which did a similar deployment of iBeacons last November in stores in New York City and San Francisco....
  • Bitcoin app Blockchain allowed to return to App Store

    28 Jul 2014 | 2:46 pm
    A Bitcoin trading app, Blockchain, has been allowed to return to the iOS App Store, reports note. The title was one of several removed from the App Store early this year during an Apple crackdown. The company's policy is normally to prohibit apps allowing activities which may be illegal in some countries. Although Bitcoin has become increasingly accepted, it still sits in a legal limbo in many regions....
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    Macworld

  • How to automatically add movies to your Mac media server

    28 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Reader Jason Enns would like to streamline his media acquisition workflow. He writes: I know you’re a fan of the Mac mini media center and I’ve tried to follow your example. The problem is, the computer I use to rip DVDs is in my basement office and my media center Mac is upstairs. I know I can copy files from one to the other via file sharing but I’d love a way for movies I rip to be automatically added to the mini’s iTunes library. Any suggestions? Do as I do and follow along. On the Mac mini media server, launch System Preferences, select Sharing, and enable both Screen Sharing and…
  • Photoshop CC 2014 review: Image editor gets new time-saving features

    28 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    Adobe added some incredibly practical features to Photoshop CC 2014, especially where productivity is concerned. Time-savers include smarter smart guides and smart objects, updatable Layer Comps, a color picker that stays open, full Typekit integration, a searchable font menu with instant font previews on existing text, better blending with Content-Aware tools, the ability to sync more settings to Creative Cloud, and more. There are other slick new features: a command that automatically selects the in-focus areas in an image, two new motion blur filters, a Package command for corralling…
  • Staff Picks: Revolution 60 is the most ambitious iOS game you'll play this year

    28 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    As I’ve mentioned previously in this column, it takes a very specific kind of iOS game to grab my interest. I’m not a huge fan of first person shooters or clunky free-to-play titles; multi-touch puzzle games and the occasional 2D RPG are my bread and butter. It was luck and a random connection that led me to try Giant Spacekat’s Revolution 60, a 3D hybrid that’s part RPG, part chess game, and—surprisingly—part compelling animation film. And I am so very glad I did. I had the privilege of being on a podcast with Giant Spacekat co-founder Brianna Wu a few months ago, and it was…
  • LogViewer for Time Machine review: Find Time Machine info in OS X system logs

    28 Jul 2014 | 4:15 am
    OS X’s built-in Time Machine feature makes backing up your important data a relatively painless process: You just connect a drive to your Mac, tell the OS to use that drive for Time Machine, and then, to quote a famous Apple ad, “There is no Step 3.” As long as Time Machine doesn’t run into any problems, it works great. But when Time Machine does experience a glitch, it’s not always clear what went wrong. The Time Machine pane of System Preferences provides a red Info (i) button that can sometimes fill you in on the details, but not always, and if Time Machine should face multiple…
  • Why you should care about CloudKit

    28 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    If you’ve lived through the last couple iterations of OS X and iOS, you’ve probably had the opportunity to develop a special love/hate relationship with iCloud. Apple’s cloud service suite is made up of many different parts and systems, and while it’s great when it works, it also has a history of being prone to hard-to-diagnose outages and, for developers, obscure error messages. Apple has worked hard over the last couple years to make iCloud more stable and reliable, and it has largely succeeded, to the point where the grumblings about it have, at least anecdotally, subsided…
 
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  • Yelp Reviews to Get Interesting as iOS App Adds Video Recording Feature

    Gary Ng
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:40 pm
    Yelp is one of the premier destinations to find out the ratings of businesses in your area and today the iOS app has been updated to allow users to add 3-12 second video clips to reviews. This means if you see something cool (or horrible) in a restaurant or business, it can show up on Yelp. I can imagine this feature will mean more video selfies with delicious food and also hidden camera recordings of horrible service or curly hairs found in food… What’s New in Version 8.1.0 They say a picture is worth 1,000 words, well now on iPhone you can take 3-12 second videos of your experiences…
  • Facebook iOS Users to Soon Require Messenger to Use Chat

    Nick Salerni
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:02 pm
    According to a report from TechCrunch, Facebook is trying to get its users to use the standalone Facebook Messenger app for mobile chat. The company is planning to remove all messaging capabilities from its main Facebook app. Currently, iOS users can chat through the message tab but that will shortly redirect users to download the Facebook Messenger app. If a user currently has both Facebook and Facebook Messenger installed and the user receives a message, the main Facebook app will switch the user over to the Messenger app to chat.   The report notes that Facebook is making the change…
  • Blink: A Completely Wireless HD Home Monitoring and Alert System

    Nick Salerni
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:27 pm
    Blink, a new project on Kickstarter, is an easy-to-use home monitoring and alert system.  The device is completely wireless and provides full HD video recording, motion sensors, and temperature sensors. The home monitoring system allows you to keep an eye on your house using an app on your iOS or Android device. Blink is battery powered, allowing you to place them anywhere around your house. The company promises that their technology delivers more than one year of battery life.  The company designed the device to be very affordable, starting at only $49. The company is trying to make it…
  • Bell Customers in Manitoba to Get Free Roaming within the Province

    Gary Ng
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:11 pm
    Bell has made changes to now allow its customers to roam within Manitoba at no extra charge on the Rogers network, a move seen to pre-empt possible CRTC regulations on domestic roaming, reports MobileSyrup: …Bell has reached an agreement with Rogers to allow occasional and fair use access to areas outside its own network for calls, texts, MMS and internet use. Long distance service will be possible, but only if the customer already has a bundle for it in their local service area. Long distance charges and rules apply for roaming, which means when you accept an incoming call outside of your…
  • Apple Drops Cross-Appeal in First California Case Against Samsung

    István Fekete
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Apple has dropped a cross-appeal in the first patent California litigation case against Samsung and accepted denial of injunction, reports Florian Müller of Foss Patents. After Judge Lucy Koh denied Apple a permanent injunction against Samsung for the second time over a patent it asserted back in 2012, the iPhone maker has apparently decided to focus on the second California case, in which a trial was held just a couple of months ago. Müller, however, noticed an important change in the ongoing patent litigation between the two tech giants: despite the two having failed to reach a global…
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  • Yelp updated, now lets users add short video reviews

    Evan Selleck
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:28 pm
    Yelp, an application that allows you to search for locations like restaurants, and review them (or just read them), has been updated to add video reviews, plus a few bug fixes for good measure. Continue reading →
  • Apple drops cross-appeal from judgment in Samsung trial, no longer seeking permanent injunction

    Evan Selleck
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:21 pm
    The Apple vs. Samsung court hearings went on for quite some time, and finally saw a judgment sent down in early May of this year. Following that, Apple sought a cross-appeal of the ruling, aiming to bring a permanent injunction of some Samsung-branded products. Now, it looks like Apple has reversed course. Continue reading →
  • Facebook to kill messaging in main app for everyone, force users to download Messenger to chat

    Evan Selleck
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:54 pm
    In April, 2014, Facebook announced that they’d be killing the messaging feature within the stock Facebook application for users in Europe. Apparently, that went so well that Facebook has given the green light to do the same thing to users everywhere. Continue reading →
  • Blockchain, a popular Bitcoin wallet app, returns to the App Store after being pulled

    Evan Selleck
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:14 pm
    In February, 2014, Apple pulled the most popular Bitcoin wallet application from the App Store, and offered up no explanation for the decision other than due to, “unresolved issues.” Now, several months later, the app has returned, with a new look, and plenty of new features and improvements. Continue reading →
  • 5 Car-Themed Wallpapers for iPad

    Joe Rossignol
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:42 pm
    We know that finding well-designed iPad wallpapers can be a challenge sometimes, especially because our Wallpaper Weekend roundup and many other publications focus heavily on the iPhone. Not to worry, iPad users: we’ve got a number of tablet-specific wallpapers ahead, featuring Lamborghini and Ferrari super cars.  Continue reading →
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  • Kdan Celebrates PDF Readers 20 M Download; Release of Android Version

    BarbH
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:36 pm
    PDF Reader Premium – Annotate, Scan, Fill Forms and Take Notes Rating: Price: $4.99  App Store Kdan Mobile is proud to announce that its leading PDF solution, PDF Reader (Macintosh/iPhone/iPad), has recently surpassed the 20-million downloads mark, just in time for the recent release of PDF Reader for Android. Renowned for its comprehensive features and high quality design, PDF Reader has won endorsements from Apple and has routinely been featured in the top ten app lists of various global app stores. Already a global leader in the Macintosh and iOS markets, Kdan Mobile's march…
  • Newly Released App: Little Lamb In Amsterdam Educates Kids About Travel

    BarbH
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:56 pm
    Little Lamb in Amsterdam Rating: not yet rated Price: $4.99  App Store Joshua and Donna Wilson of The Happy Dandelion are proud to announce the recent release of Little Lamb in Amsterdam, an interactive hybrid of a story book and travel guide for children. The story is about a curious little lamb who, with her mothers permission, explores the Netherlands on her little bicycle. Children read, play and learn about Dutch culture, food, art, history, language and must-see attractions along the way. The story is bilingual, written and narrated in English and Dutch. It features 24 colorful…
  • YooSEND - Transfer, Share Files of Any Type or Size for iOS and Android

    BarbH
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:42 am
    yooSEND - transfer documents and media files Rating: Price: free  App Store YOOSEND, Ltd today is very proud to announce the release and immediate availability of yooSEND 2.0, its new free, user-friendly business app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Featuring an intuitive and easy to use, yooSEND offers the user a new experience and a new way to send files of any size and any type by means of the simple idea "select and send." With a tab-based friendly interface, users can easily attach a Dropbox account to easily access and manage their cloud based files as well as directly send files…
  • Appsolutely launches Today I Feel - a different selfie app for iPhone

    BarbH
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:27 am
    Today I Feel Rating: Price: free  App Store Appsolutely is pleased to introduce Today I Feel, a unique photo app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. This is the selfie taken up a notch. Now, in an instant, you can communicate your mood through your photo and a short caption and send it directly to friends or share on social media sites. There are more than 100 emotions to choose from. Take the photo, find it in the camera roll, and it's ready to show to your friends by email, Facebook, Twitter or messaging. And if you want some extra editing tools, we added the special SDK powered by Aviary…
  • Animal Face And Tail: The biggest Animal Photo app on the App Store

    BarbH
    27 Jul 2014 | 7:46 am
    Animal Face and Tail Photo Editor – transform your face and body by adding animal stickers to your pictures. (Perfect for selfies) Rating: Price: free  App Store Mar Ballesteros Studio today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Animal Face and Tail 1.0 for iOS, the third photo app from the Spanish artist Mar Ballesteros. Show off your inner animal with the most complete animal face app. With an already popular theme, Animal Face And Tail goes the next step by offering features such as a handy text function, more than 200 stickers (100 of them free) including…
 
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  • SelfiePrint

    jameshorton
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Creating memories comes easy. Wouldn’t it be cool if printing them did too? Now you can with SELFIEPRINT the app. Printing photos from your device into large format posters has never been easier. Simply take a photo or upload an image from your album, choose a size and checkout. Thats it. Download SelfiePrint on the App Store Visit Developers Website
  • Photos to Photos – A Social Game of Photo Comparisons

    jameshorton
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Photos to Photos is a social game of photo comparisons. Compete against friends to submit your best photo in response to a given adjective prompt. Take turns as the judge to select the winner of the round. The first player to win three rounds wins the game! Download Photos to Photos on the App Store Visit Developers Website Climb your way up the high score chart, earn new achievements, and much more! Download for FREE today!
  • PrivChat Pro

    jameshorton
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Espier PrivChat is a unique mobile social app, designed specifically for the privacy protection. By using this app, you can communicate with people from all around the world, make friends with them, share your idea, reveal your feelings, express your views, and so on. This app eliminates the national boundaries on the Internet. You can even communicate freely with the people who are speaking different language. Download PrivChat Pro on the Google Play Store Visit Developers Website MAIN FEATURES ============= 1. eMessage and Anonymous Chat Community * eMessage not only provides the unlimited…
  • Melodigram

    jameshorton
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:31 am
    A picture is worth a thousand words so now YOU can add your words to your photo with Melodigram! Simply Capture YOUR moment, Add YOUR feeling, Add YOUR voice, Preview your creation! Share instantly to SMS, Email, Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, or copy the link and share to anywhere you want! iPhone App Demo Android App Demo Download Melodigram on the App Store Download Melodigram on the Google Play Store Visit Developers Website
  • Mr. Painter

    jameshorton
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:24 pm
    Welcome to Mr. Painter’s world. Help Jepegüí Painter to discover who he is along the 3 game worlds. His diary is the key. Help Mr. Painter along the 3 different worlds. They all have their different quirks and patterns. Find out who Mr. Painter is unlocking all the pages of his diary. Download Mr. Painter on the App Store Visit Developers Website Updates Do not miss the updates of the game. There will be new things to play such as new worlds, Power Ups, lives… will be available. Patterns There are more than 1500 patterns to unlock (the most insane and craziest patterns you have ever…
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  • Review: Presentations by David Sparks -- Keynote manual and speaking tips

    Jeff Richardson
    27 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Most lawyers that I know give presentations from time to time, whether they be formal opening statements or closing arguments to a jury, teaching a CLE, client presentations or even just running a small meeting.  Considering this, you would think that most lawyers should be pretty good at it.  But I am amazed at the number of presentations I see in which lawyers use PowerPoint slides with almost every word of the presentation typed, typically in a small font to fit all of those words on the slide (so the audience can barely read them anyway), and then the presentation consists of little…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Apple recently announced a new partnership with IBM.  IBM, which knows a lot more about the enterprise them Apple, will develop over 100 industry-specific applications for the iPhone and iPad, and IBM's more than 100,000 consultants and software developers will work with their corporate customers — companies such as Nestle, FedEx, Deutsche Bank, Johnson Controls, Luxottica, American Airlines, Barclay’s, Cisco Systems and GE — to encourage iPhone and iPad use.  IBM will even sell iPhones and iPads directly to IBM's corporate customers.  As Apple CEO Tim Cook said,…
  • Apple 2014 fiscal third quarter -- the iPhone and iPad angle

    Jeff Richardson
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Yesterday, Apple released the results for its 2014 fiscal third quarter (which ran from March 30, 2014 to June 28, 2014) 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 $37.4 billion and net profits of $7.7…
  • TranscriptPad on sale; update coming soon

    Jeff Richardson
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    If part of your job as an attorney is to review depositions, TranscriptPad is one of the best apps you can have on your iPad.  It makes it easy to read depositions and, while you do so, identify the important parts of the deposition testimony that relate to all of the key issues in your case.  The app also makes it easy to create reports of the key portions of a specific deposition or all depositions in the case organized by topic.  For example, with just a few taps, TranscriptPad can give you a report of all of the testimony from all of the witnesses in a case that you indicated as being…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    10 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    There is a KickStarter campaign seeking to raise $100,000 to produce a documentary called App: The Human Story that will discuss the impact of the availability of apps for mobile devices.  It's an interesting idea, and caused me to think about the impact that Apple's App Store — which turned six years old yesterday — has had on installing software.  Software for computers has, of course, been around for years, but most folks rarely saw the need to buy much additional software; they would buy Microsoft Office and the other basics, and then were pretty much done.  But now with…
 
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  • 'Traps N' Gemstones' Review - An Excellent Metroid-Style Indy Game

    Shaun Musgrave
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:11 pm
    I hope no one takes this the wrong way, but Traps n' Gemstones [$2.99] isn't exactly the kind of game I've come to expect from prolific mobile developers Donut Games. Don't get me wrong, their games have a very consistent quality to them, and like their namesake, there isn't really a bad one in the bunch. Still, in the past, they've tended to put together highly-focused gameplay experiences, often building a game around mastery of a single concept, whether it be cutting grass, flinging monkeys, or batting a ball between cats. Short little score-attack affairs, for the most part, have been the…
  • Tons of Marvel Mobile Gaming News Came Out of Comic-Con Over the Weekend

    Jared Nelson
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:02 pm
    This past weekend was Comic-Con in San Diego, and being one of the heavyweights in the world of comics, Marvel had plenty to announce at the convention that pertains to their mobile gaming offerings. Without further ado, here's a quick rundown of some new content you can expect for Marvel Puzzle Quest, Marvel Pinball, and Marvel War of Heroes, as well as a brand new game announcement in the form of Marvel Contest of Champions and an updated look at the previously announced Spider-Man Unlimited from Gameloft. Marvel Puzzle Quest, Free (Universal) - Marvel's version of the classic RPG puzzler…
  • 'Zombie Commando' Review - Mindless Slaughter

    Carter Dotson
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Zombie Commando [$3.99] is the rare premium game without in-app purchases that I think would actually be better if it had them, because with the current structure, it's grinding or nothing. Zombie Commando's premise is like many more before it: kill wave upon wave of zombies. This time, players control an entire team of zombie killers, all at once, across fifty missions. The look of Zombie Commando is like candy to pixel art fans. It's colorful, and while not particularly detailed, this is due to the game's zoomed-out perspective which allows a ton of zombies on screen at one time.
  • The 'Oceanhorn Game of the Year' Update Finally Set for August 7th

    Carter Dotson
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:34 am
    The Oceanhorn [$8.99] Game of the Year update has been hyped for a while now – and we now know when the free update to Cornfox's action-RPG is coming: August 7th. As confirmed on Twitter by FDG Entertainment, we'll soon be fishing, and checking out what FDG is claiming to be up to four more hours of content on the new Island of Whispers. Check out the trailer for the new Game of the Year update for Oceanhorn, featuring commentary from videos featuring the game, and featuring glimpses of what the update will contain: Of course, if anything else comes out about the update and its new content,…
  • Telltale Confirms 'Walking Dead: The Game' is Getting a Third Season

    Jared Nelson
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Over the weekend at Comic-Con, Telltale Games announced that their ultra popular, critically acclaimed adventure series The Walking Dead will be coming back for a third season at some point in the future. The news was initially announced at a Comic-Con panel hosted by Skybound Entertainment, who publishes Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comics from which Telltale's game series is based on, and later confirmed by Telltale's official Twitter account. No other details about this third season were revealed, but it probably won't be coming anytime soon. The penultimate fourth episode of The…
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  • Weather Traveler Pro – It’s raining promo-codes!

    ruben
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:53 am
    It’s rare being impressed by a weather application. But we are, a lot, by Weather Traveler Pro. You can read our review or watch the following trailer to see why we are so impressed. If you are very lazy: Awesome design Great pictures One of the best forecast services See? Nice, isn’t it? Do you want to get it for free? Like our page on Facebook and share or like the posts about Weather Traveler for a chance to get a promocode! What are you waiting for? The post Weather Traveler Pro – It’s raining promo-codes! appeared first on What's On Iphone.
  • SnapDance Review – Showing a lot of promise

    Brendon E. Martins
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:13 am
    SnapDance is a very innovative application available on iPhone (requires iOS 7, quite likely because it needs one of its newer devices with more powerful processor), and also works on iPads and iPod Touch. What does it do, you may ask? Right there, snap a picture and make it dance, baby! All in glorious 3D for your enjoyment In SnapDance, you can take a picture of someone, a friend for instance (it can be anyone, as long as he agrees to pose for 4 shots… you definitely need to sneak on your boss with this, it was hilarious yesterday at my office) and make him look like the coolest…
  • Weather Traveler Pro Review – Weather apps can be beautiful

    ruben
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:33 am
    Can a weather app be beautiful? Or fun? I think 80% of the time we don’t care. As long as it is accurate, we are happy. But nowadays, forecasting is in general so good that a better design can easily win against poorer apps, the remaining 20% can make or break an app. Weather Traveler Pro (there’s also a free, Lite version you can check too) is very beautiful. And in a sense, fun too. With Weather Traveler, you can literally travel as you check weather in faraway places. There are more than 10.000 pictures (carefully chosen, according to the developer and so far we agree after checking 20…
  • Thomas Was Alone review – More emotional than you may expect

    ruben
    8 Jul 2014 | 1:01 am
    The program was a failure. People forget this. It was a massive flop. The coders started adding name strings to the AIs as a joke. “Thomas-AT-23-6-12″ wasn’t special, it was just an AI in the right place at the right time.” Gordon Falkenberg, Former CTO of Artifical Life Solutions Thomas Was Alone – Original Soundtrack (Deluxe Edition) by David Housden I recommend you press play above to listen to the game soundtrack while you read the review. There are some games out there that are not in for the fancy graphics. They are subtle jewels, with a deep story, an…
  • Watercolors Review – A colorful challenging puzzle

    Roshan
    7 Jul 2014 | 2:45 am
    When I was a fourth grader, our teacher taught us a funny mnemonic to keep all the primary and secondary colors in mind, which I ironically forgot! But for the current generation of the iPadized kids, a few minutes with the Watercolors game should do the trick. On reading App Store’s description on the theme of the game, I though that it would just be a ripoff of the fairly popular Blendamaze game. However, taking away the Labyrinth-like tilt controls and restricting the colors to just the three primaries, Watercolors in fact betters the former. Each level is a canvas with…
 
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  • Marvel Fighting Game Announced

    Chris Reed
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:47 am
    Marvel has taken to Comic-Con to announce its next iOS game. It’s a fighting game called Marvel Contest of Champions that lets spandex-clad superheroes duke it out using fists, boots, and their special abilities. The trailer looks pretty great. Watch it below. The game is set to release sometime this fall. There’s no word yet on pricing, but because it’s being made by Kabam, a company that specializes in free-to-play games, I’m going to place my bet on a zero dollar price tag. The one thing I would appreciate in a trailer for a fighting game, however, is that the…
  • Mind-Bending Game ‘Alfa-Arkiv’ Released

    Chris Reed
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:19 pm
    If you’re looking for a creepy, mind-bending rabbit hole to plunge down this weekend, look no further than the new iPad game Alfa-Arkiv. It’s a story/game/multimedia experience that I’ve spent the past few hours obsessing over. You can download it here for free. Alfa-Arkiv is basically a collection of document scans, photos, and videos that you view and read to discover the game’s story. It starts out with scans of documents written in Russian that you can translate with the flick of a switch. Reading the documents clues you in to a story of a female terrorist…
  • Best Games Currently On Sale or Free

    Chris Reed
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:10 am
    Everyone will be thrilled to hear that Pou is currently free. Pou. Is. Free. And as luck would have it, so are a bunch of other games. Plus some very good games are also on sale. People, now is the time to download these titles if ever there was one. Check out our list of hand-picked titles below. Free Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run Arlo’s Adventure – (was $0.99) – Download Dracula 4: The Shadow of the Dragon HD – (was $4.99) – Download Pou – Review – (was $1.99) – Download RPG Band of Monsters – (was $7.99) – Download…
  • New Walking Dead Game Announced

    Chris Reed
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:17 am
    Walking Dead fans have been well served on iOS in recent years, with two seasons of the terrific Telltale games, plus the stylish The Walking Dead: Assault. If those weren’t enough for you, AMC and Next Games have just announced a brand new one that’s coming out early next year called The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land. Check out the teaser trailer below. We don’t know much about the game yet, but a blog post on Next’s website says, “A recurring theme of choosing the right survival strategy and making the most human choices possible is at the heart of the…
  • Hearthstone’s Curse of Naxxramas Expansion is Out

    Chris Reed
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:31 pm
    Card battling fans, the time has come to hop on the App Store and download the brand new Hearthstone update. That’s because the first installment of Curse of Naxxramas — the expansion we’ve all been waiting for — is finally here. It adds a lot of exciting stuff to one of the absolute best card games on iPad, so get it while the getting’s good. If you download the expansion now, the first of five “wings,” or pieces of content, is free. Four more wings will become available in the coming weeks, with each one costing either $6.99 or 700 gold, which you earn by…
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  • Who’s Your Daddy for iPhone

    Cyrus
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Becoming a dad is a great experience. It is specially exciting when you are having your first child as you are going to experience new things in life. You need to watch yourself as a dad-to-be when your partner is pregnant. Spending some time to understand what your partner is going through and preparing for the time your baby comes could always help. Apps like Who’s Your Daddy can help new dads better handle their partner’s pregnancy period. There are plenty of technical and dry books you can read to better understand your lady and the pregnancy period. Who’s Your Daddy?
  • 5 Awesome Podcast Players for iPhone

    Cyrus
    27 Jul 2014 | 7:13 am
    Listening to podcast programs when you are working or exercising is one of the best ways to use your time. There are plenty of awesome podcast players available for iPhone. Here are just a few podcast players that can make your life easier when you want to listen to podcasts all day long: iCatcher!: an elegant podcast player that lets you download episodes over WiFi or Cellular. You can download in the background on your iOS 7 device. Offers Voiceover support. This is a universal app. The app offers variable playback speeds (0.75x, 1x, 1.25x, 1.5x, 2x). PodCruncher: a powerful podcast program…
  • Google Analytics 1.0 for iPhone

    Cyrus
    26 Jul 2014 | 7:15 am
    Google Analytics should not need any introduction to webmasters. Many folks are relying on it to track their site’s performance and find out where their visitors and acquisitions are coming from. We have seen Google Analytics apps for iPhone or Android in the past. Google Analytics for iPhone happens to be Google’s official app for your smartphone. It gives you access to web and app data on your phone. Google Analytics has a pretty user-friendly interface. Whether you want to monitor your acquisitions, visits, and pageviews on your iPhone, the app has you covered. You may still…
  • BarkCam for iPhone: Pet Photography

    Cyrus
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:15 am
    Many folks share photos and videos of their pets on top social networking sites. Not everyone is an expert when it comes to photography, let alone pet photography. Besides, not every pet will pose for you to take its photos. That’s where BarkCam for iPhone comes into play. This awesome app lets you grab the attention of your pet with sounds to shoot the best photos possible. The app is simple to work: you just have to choose a sound to grab the attention of your pet and then snap a photo. You can add filters, enhance your photos with speed bubbles, and more before sharing it with your…
  • Doughbot for iPhone: Find Doughnuts

    Cyrus
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:16 am
    There are all kinds of delicious doughnuts you can buy in your area. You certainly don’t want to try the same ones all the time, especially when you can’t afford to go overboard with doughnuts in your diet. When you simply can’t resist doughnuts, you can rely on an app like Doughbot to find doughnut shops around you. It has a good looking design and offers you with directions to shops around you. Doughbot has a minimalist design and helps you find doughnut shops around you. You get walking and driving directions and photo galleries from Instagram. Reviews are integrated, so…
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  • 教えてくれます

    nvopwrhueh
    6 Jul 2014 | 10:12 am
    珍しく彼が快楽にむせぶ呻き声を立てたので、サポート体制がきちんとしているかなのです。 、出会い系サイトでは、そうなると、どういった出会い系サイトを利用すればいいのか悩むところです。 一緒にいきませんか?もしOKならlin […]教えてくれます is a post from: 男女が盛り上がっている出会い系サイト一覧
  • 突如自宅や会社に怖い人が訪れたりします

    nvopwrhueh
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:12 am
    出会いとはあくまでも面と向かって人と人がコミュニケーションするものだと思っていたのですが。いろいろな系統のブライダルブーケがありますね。そうするとお得だと思える料金設定のはずです。 人気が無い商品のみでは当然と売れる事も […]突如自宅や会社に怖い人が訪れたりします is a post from: 男女が盛り上がっている出会い系サイト一覧
  • 結婚するときは結婚するのです

    nvopwrhueh
    24 Jun 2014 | 3:10 pm
    ブログなどでは普段の出来事なんかを書いているので、目的が異なる相手とメール交換をして時間を無駄にするのではなくその点を考慮して効率的に相手を探してください。 スマートフォン対応の出会い系サイトの仕組を理解した後に、プロフ […]結婚するときは結婚するのです is a post from: 男女が盛り上がっている出会い系サイト一覧
  • みなさんが登録してくださいね

    nvopwrhueh
    20 Jun 2014 | 1:16 pm
    くどかれて落ちてしまったら、ライブチャットなら1対1で会話を楽しむことができます。 日が変わるたびに増えているのがわかって、まず、SNSサイトというのは簡単に言ってしまえばネット上のコミュニケーションサイトだと思います。 […]みなさんが登録してくださいね is a post from: 男女が盛り上がっている出会い系サイト一覧
  • 2000円と少しで購入しまた

    nvopwrhueh
    18 Jun 2014 | 7:18 pm
    ただ、色々書きましたが、少々お高かったですが、結婚式のインビテーションカードを手作りする人が増えた理由には、恋仲になることで得られる喜びもありますが、家庭生活がありますので、逆援助サイトにも登録しつつ、もちろん、一回わか […]2000円と少しで購入しまた is a post from: 男女が盛り上がっている出会い系サイト一覧
 
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  • Traps n’ Gemstones Review

    Campbell Bird
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:03 pm
    Traps n’ Gemstones Review By Campbell Bird on July 28th, 2014 Our Rating: :: CASTLEVANIA JONESUniversal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad Fight mummies, dig tunnels, and ride a runaway minecart to discover ancient secrets in this throwback exploration game.   Developer: Donut Games Price: $2.99 Version Reviewed: 1.00 App Reviewed on: iPhone 4S Graphics / Sound: Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars Game Controls: Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Gameplay: Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Replay Value: Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars Overall Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Traps n’ Gemstones is an action…
  • Bandai Namco Announce New Pac-Man Games at SDCC

    Ellis Spice
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:45 am
    Bandai Namco Announce New Pac-Man Games at SDCC Posted by Ellis Spice on July 28th, 2014 [ permalink ] Over at San Diego Comic Con, Bandai Namco announced two new games for iOS: PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX, a sequel to Championship Edition, and PAC-MAN Friends, a new original game for the platform. PAC-MAN Friends will challenge players to use ‘intuitive’ tilt controls in order to rescue Pac-Man’s nine friends from the ghost’s castle, with the game containing 95 increasingly challenging levels across six worlds. PAC-MAN Championship Edition DX,…
  • Demand Better – Submitting for Reviews Without Being Taken for a Ride

    Rob Rich
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:30 am
    Mobile apps and games have always had their share of problems, and it’s not going to stop any time soon. Exposure, pricing, cloning, advertising, cloning clones, freemium monetization, etc – there are a ton of little (and big) things to worry about every time you put something up on the App Store. Heck, simply getting noticed by review sites in the first place can be a monumental task. The unfortunate reality is that there are no guarantees. Sometimes legitimately great apps and games will fade into obscurity before they even had a chance. It can be disheartening. It can be downright…
  • Mysterious and Beautiful, The Sailor’s Dream is Coming to iOS late 2014

    Jessica Fisher
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:15 am
    Mysterious and Beautiful, The Sailor’s Dream is Coming to iOS late 2014 Posted by Jessica Fisher on July 28th, 2014 [ permalink ] Simogo’s latest project, The Sailor’s Dream, was just announced earlier today. The game tells a non-linear story without the machinations of puzzles to get in the way. Players will explore the story at their own pace accompanied by a soundtrack created by Jonathan Eng, whose other work includes Simogo’s own Year Walk and DEVICE 6. Simogo isn’t sharing many details as they want elements of the game to be surprising for their players, but we do…
  • The Phantom PI Mission Apparition Review

    Jordan Minor
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:02 am
    The Phantom PI Mission Apparition Review By Jordan Minor on July 28th, 2014 Our Rating: :: GHOSTS BUSTEDUniversal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad The Phantom PI is an exceedingly clever and well-crafted adventure game.   Developer: Rocket 5 Studios Price: $1.99 Version Reviewed: 1.0 Device Reviewed On: iPad Air Graphics / Sound Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Controls Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Gameplay Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Replay Value Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Overall Rating: 4.38 out of 5 stars Busting ghosts makes you feel good. This is a scientific fact. And it’s as true in…
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  • Save Money with the Weekly Budget – An Easy Way to Save Money iPhone Finance App

    Michael Vallez
    27 Jul 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Want to discover an easy way to save money using your iPhone? If so, you will want to read on to find out how the Weekly Budget – An Easy Way to Save Money app can help you do just that, with a few simple finger taps. While you may have good intentions when it […] The post Save Money with the Weekly Budget – An Easy Way to Save Money iPhone Finance App first appeared on CrazyMikesapps
  • 5 Of The Best Coupon Apps For Your iPhone, iPad or Android!

    Lisa Vallez
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:19 pm
    Shopping is a big part of our everyday lives, so why not save as much as you can by using some of the best coupon apps available in the iTunes App Store and Google Play? To make it easier for you to weed through the numerous coupon apps, we have hand-selected 5 top-rated coupon apps […] The post 5 Of The Best Coupon Apps For Your iPhone, iPad or Android! first appeared on CrazyMikesapps
  • Go Fish Go, Tap-To-Swim Flappy Bird Like Game – Easy to Play, Hard to Master!

    Michael Vallez
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:38 am
    Take the plunge and play the new, free, iPhone game Go Fish Go! This “like Flappy Bird game” is a tap-to-play casual game that challenges you to swim as a fish through a treacherous underwater environment avoiding deadly mines to stay alive. It sounds simple enough, but like Flappy Bird this game is designed to […] The post Go Fish Go, Tap-To-Swim Flappy Bird Like Game – Easy to Play, Hard to Master! first appeared on CrazyMikesapps
  • 7 Fourth of July Apps Sure To Bring Out The Patriotic American in You!

    Lisa Vallez
    4 Jul 2014 | 8:21 am
    As Americans, we have plenty of reasons to celebrate this 4th of July. And to help you out, we have created a list of 7 great Fourth of July apps that should rekindle the patriotic pride you feel about this country and remind you to feel blessed as you celebrate all your freedoms this Independence […] The post 7 Fourth of July Apps Sure To Bring Out The Patriotic American in You! first appeared on CrazyMikesapps
  • Introducing Race A Maze, A Massive Free Physics Puzzle Game for iOS and Android!

    Michael Vallez
    3 Jul 2014 | 1:23 pm
    You don’t have to be a puzzle expert to enjoy playing Race A Maze, a massive new physics puzzle game for iOS and Android. This casual puzzle game features a funny backstory complete with a battle between good and evil. And of course, you are the good guy, a heroic gopher battling the Evil King […] The post Introducing Race A Maze, A Massive Free Physics Puzzle Game for iOS and Android! first appeared on CrazyMikesapps
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  • Vert Is an Unit Converter That Converts Everything

    Adeel Qayum
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:19 am
    You hate to admit it, but most of the stock apps on iOS are the ones you will ever need. Notes, Compass, Calendar, Camera, Maps and the upcoming ones in iOS 8 are actually pretty good. However, if you’re someone looking for a currency or unit converter, it isn’t there (how did Apple miss that out?). Vert makes sure you get the best of everything. It’s an app with a beautiful interface that’s basically a unit converter. However, it does more than converting currencies – it converts everything; Vert works with density, energy, frequency, power ratings, etc. And it goes…
  • WeTime App: Scheduling Meeting Has Never Been This Easy

    Adeel Qayum
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    You make endeavors to make sure your scheduled meetings go smoothly. However, there could still be someone cancelling at the last moment, arriving late, or someone totally blank about the meeting despite receiving an invitation. The result? You have to do the scheduling all over again. Sigh. What if there was a way that makes scheduling exceptionally easy? Well, if there’s an iPhone lying there beside you, it is easy, courtesy of the new WeTime application for iOS. The app has a background service makes planning meetings an easy task and also allows the user to add events that can sync…
  • Searchr Is An Everyday Tool That Combines Search With Apps

    Adeel Qayum
    20 Jul 2014 | 5:18 am
    When it comes to using search on iOS, we mostly think of Spotlight. However, the Spotlight in iOS does not have filters or search classifiers, as it does in OS X. Searchr is an iOS app from a developer that realized this, so it functions like Spotlight but has filters for the information you want to search for specific apps. It lets you launch apps, and has several other features. The results are filtered by apps so if you’re searching for a file in Dropbox, you can scroll down for each result from the resource. How to use Searchr for iOS After installing this app on your device, you…
  • That Movie With: Discover Movies By Searching For Its Actors

    Adeel Qayum
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:14 am
    There used to be a time when television ruled our lives, especially when it comes to watching movie. Since then, a lot has changed; lives have gotten busier and new avenues of entertainment have popped up, such as Netflix and Hulu Plus. However, neither television nor streaming services have a few of reminding you about movies that went by your eye. An IMDB search may help a bit, but it won’t be of much assistance when you’re remembering movies with the name of actors in it. Luckily for iPhone owners, the new app That Movie With solves all your movie-memory and discovery issues by…
  • A Beautiful Mess: Add New Life To Your Favorite Photos

    Adeel Qayum
    14 Jul 2014 | 9:25 am
    Many of you are likely addicted to the camera of your iPhone; i.e. doing creative work with Snapchat, Instagram and more. Though the big players provide a great experience, you might want to check out what the app A Beautiful Mess offers. It is just the ideal app needed for photo sharing. There are several features in the app, but that’s what not sets it apart. The attraction is the ease with which the user can frame pictures, add a few words to them, or put doodles on them. How to use A Beautiful Mess on iPhone After installing the app on your device, you can upload a new photo to edit…
 
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  • Celestron NexStar Evolution 6: Control It From Your iOS Device

    Ci
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:23 am
    There are plenty of fancy telescopes out there. But not everyone is ready to spend thousands of dollars for casual stargazing. The Celestron NexStar Evolution 6 happens to be an awesome telescope that is fairly affordable and lets you control it wirelessly from your iOS or Android device. The telescope has a compact design and comes with a Computerized GoTo Mount. It will create its own WiFi network, so you just have to bring your own smart device, and use the SkyAlign technology to get a better stargazing experience. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Celestron NexStar Evolution 6: Control…
  • Apple Acquires Swell To Boost iTunes Radio, MacBook Pro Upgrades

    Ci
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:15 am
    Let’s face it, Apple’s iTunes Radio has not been as exciting as some rumors suggested it would be a while ago. That does not mean Apple is not going to improve it. According to Re/code, Apple is close to acquiring Swell. The deal is for about $30m. As a part of the deal, the Swell app will shut down  this week. For those of you not familiar with Swell, it is an app designed to let you listen to personalized audio news and information from around the web. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post Apple Acquires Swell To Boost iTunes Radio, MacBook Pro Upgrades appeared first on…
  • 7 Awesome Food Guide Apps for iPhone & iPad

    Ci
    27 Jul 2014 | 5:45 am
    Knowing about the food you put in your body can help you avoid health issues and maintain a healthy diet. Most of us don’t have time to research our foods all day long. These 7 food guide apps for iPhone & iPad help you make better food shopping decisions: Harvest: helps you select the freshest and best-tasting produce. It has tips for over 120 produce items. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 7 Awesome Food Guide Apps for iPhone & iPad appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • 6 iPhone Apps To Help You Adopt a Dog

    Ci
    26 Jul 2014 | 5:29 am
    Adopting a dog is a big responsibility, but it is worth it if you have time and resources to take care of a new pet. Not all dogs are the same, so you should do your research to find a dog that fits your lifestyle. These 6 apps can help with the dog adoption process: PetMatch: a useful tool that uses image recognition technology to find you adoptable dogs and cats in your area. Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post 6 iPhone Apps To Help You Adopt a Dog appeared first on iPhoneNess.
  • The Defender: Smart Personal Protection Device + App

    Ci
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:47 am
    Nobody gets out of their home thinking they are going to get stuck or attacked. But it could happen to you, so it is better to be prepared. The Defender happens to be a smart personal protection device that combines a self-defense tool with a 24/7 response service to get you out of trouble. The Defender has a strong pepper spray, a digital camera to capture the photo of an attacker, an audible siren, and a flashlight. Its smartphone app transmits all the information to the monitoring team who will forward that to law enforcement teams.Read the rest on iPhonenessThe post The Defender: Smart…
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  • Overkill 3: Get Ready For 3rd Person Mayhem This Fall

    Eric Pankoke
    27 Jul 2014 | 3:27 pm
    The Overkill series from Craneballs has always been among my favorites as far as gallery style shooters go. I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical at first when I saw that they were taking the series to a truly 3D third person perspective. The more I watch the video, however, the more excited I get about seeing this game released. If you’re curious, and you should be, you can check out the video yourself here: Overkill 3 Teaser. I’ve also listed a few point of note about the game below. Change to TPS to showcase the character and armor/gun upgrades directly in the game Boss…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [June 16 - 22]

    Eric Pankoke
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:43 am
    There were a lot of fun releases this week.  In addition to the games I detailed below I enjoyed Furballs, a new shooting gallery style game with an attitude.  Instead of ducks you’ll be targeting annoying woodland creatures, and the dog will be sure to let you know when your performance wasn’t up to snuff.  There have been a lot of “simulator” type games released lately, and I actually found one I liked in the form of Raptor Simulator : Dinosaur Extreme.  With coins to collect and hearts to extend your time limit it feels more like a true game than others of its kind, though I…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [June 9 - 15]

    Eric Pankoke
    10 Jul 2014 | 5:31 pm
    So I’m still working my way up to not being behind, but it doesn’t seem like developers are slowing down at all in terms of turning out new games.  This week saw the release of rainblocks, a cool combination of matching and sliding puzzle genres.  The game can get pretty intense as you fight the timer in later levels, and it actually makes the concept of sliding puzzle games kind of fun.  Dragon June is an interesting take on the whole “flappy” craze (has it been going on too long to be a craze any more?)  This game is viewed from an over the shoulder perspective, it has bosses…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [June 2 - 8]

    Eric Pankoke
    1 Jul 2014 | 6:22 pm
    It seems the more I try to catch up the further behind I get, but I will keep bringing you these roundups in as timely a fashion as I can.  As usual I’ve tried to diversify the game genres as much as possible, but of course there are just some styles of game play I just naturally gravitate towards.  My favorite game this week was Sky Force 2014, and if you haven’t already tried it but consider yourself a shmup fan just hang up your membership now and hang your head in shame.  Without further ado, here are the games… Sky Force 2014 – I love shmup’s, so this next statement means a…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [May 26 - June 1]

    Eric Pankoke
    19 Jun 2014 | 1:34 pm
    It probably seems like this roundup has been a long time in coming, and that’s because it has.  Rather than give a long, boring explanation, let me just apologize and move on.  This collection actually included a fair share of platform games including cartoon series based Marcus Level.  Besides just being fun, I appreciated the fact that the game had built in replay value by making the five badges for each level unattainable in a single run through.  Western 1849 tasks you with protecting a small town from bandits during the gold rush.  There’s plenty of challenge involved and ample…
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  • iPhone: Stupid Pigeon 2 | Raider of the Lost Egg - Games

    22 Jul 2014 | 4:03 pm
    Stupid Pigeon is back for more craziness! Use ricochets to avoid numerous obstacles and begin the quest of the Lost Egg! Download Stupid Pigeon 2 | Raider of the Lost Egg on the App Store http://goo.gl/HBFSdM View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/stupid-pigeon-2-raider-lost-egg DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/dailyappshow Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow Google+ - http://www.google.com/+DailyAppShow
  • iPhone: KVAD Photo Studio - Photo & Video

    22 Jul 2014 | 4:01 pm
    KVAD Photo Studio is a powerful all-in-one image processing application for photographers of any level. KVAD Photo Studio contains basic and precise tools that provide multiple ways of retouching your images. Turn your photos into masterpiece using a wide variety of effects, filters, color and text tools, frames, enhancement features and more: make corrections and enhance your photos with the desktop-quality tools; create beautiful collages; add a unique touch with multiple filters and frames. Get all above features for free and unlock even more capabilities with available in-app options.
  • iPhone: Maps Pro with Google Maps - Navigation

    22 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    The advanced Google Maps app with unique customization features! Maps Pro includes easy to use place searching for finding local restaurants, parking places and over 50 other categories. See reviews of each place with optional translations when traveling abroad. Want to find the nearest Thai restaurant? Just search 'thai restaurant' and you'll be shown the closest. Search results can be limited to places that are currently open and easily set a reminder to be notified when you are nearby. Download Maps Pro with Google Maps on the App Store http://goo.gl/qQVvKy View the full article:…
  • iPhone: Go Fish Go - Games

    22 Jul 2014 | 3:57 pm
    Tap your device to make the fish swim and avoid the sea mines. The sea mines change as you swim, so be careful and don't bump into them. If you bump into a sea mine the game is over. Enjoy! Download Go Fish Go on the App Store http://goo.gl/r2wWGc View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/go-fish-go DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/dailyappshow Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow Google+ - http://www.google.com/+DailyAppShow
  • iPhone: Hit the Spot - Games

    22 Jul 2014 | 3:54 pm
    Hit the Spot is a simple but funny and challenging game for iPhone, iPad and iPod to train your visual reflexes and aiming skills. Be quick and unerring! Download Hit the Spot! on the App Store http://goo.gl/hwbXsG View the full article: http://dailyappshow.com/hit-spot DailyAppShow - http://dailyappshow.com Find us here: YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/dailyappshow Facebook - http://www.fb.com/dailyappshow Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/dailyappshow Google+ - http://www.google.com/+DailyAppShow
 
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  • Overkill 3: Get Ready For 3rd Person Mayhem This Fall

    Eric Pankoke
    27 Jul 2014 | 3:27 pm
    The Overkill series from Craneballs has always been among my favorites as far as gallery style shooters go. I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical at first when I saw that they were taking the series to a truly 3D third person perspective. The more I watch the video, however, the more excited I get about seeing this game released. If you’re curious, and you should be, you can check out the video yourself here: Overkill 3 Teaser. I’ve also listed a few point of note about the game below. Change to TPS to showcase the character and armor/gun upgrades directly in the game Boss…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [June 16 - 22]

    Eric Pankoke
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:43 am
    There were a lot of fun releases this week.  In addition to the games I detailed below I enjoyed Furballs, a new shooting gallery style game with an attitude.  Instead of ducks you’ll be targeting annoying woodland creatures, and the dog will be sure to let you know when your performance wasn’t up to snuff.  There have been a lot of “simulator” type games released lately, and I actually found one I liked in the form of Raptor Simulator : Dinosaur Extreme.  With coins to collect and hearts to extend your time limit it feels more like a true game than others of its kind, though I…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [June 9 - 15]

    Eric Pankoke
    10 Jul 2014 | 5:31 pm
    So I’m still working my way up to not being behind, but it doesn’t seem like developers are slowing down at all in terms of turning out new games.  This week saw the release of rainblocks, a cool combination of matching and sliding puzzle genres.  The game can get pretty intense as you fight the timer in later levels, and it actually makes the concept of sliding puzzle games kind of fun.  Dragon June is an interesting take on the whole “flappy” craze (has it been going on too long to be a craze any more?)  This game is viewed from an over the shoulder perspective, it has bosses…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [June 2 - 8]

    Eric Pankoke
    1 Jul 2014 | 6:22 pm
    It seems the more I try to catch up the further behind I get, but I will keep bringing you these roundups in as timely a fashion as I can.  As usual I’ve tried to diversify the game genres as much as possible, but of course there are just some styles of game play I just naturally gravitate towards.  My favorite game this week was Sky Force 2014, and if you haven’t already tried it but consider yourself a shmup fan just hang up your membership now and hang your head in shame.  Without further ado, here are the games… Sky Force 2014 – I love shmup’s, so this next statement means a…
  • 10 App Store Games To Watch [May 26 - June 1]

    Eric Pankoke
    19 Jun 2014 | 1:34 pm
    It probably seems like this roundup has been a long time in coming, and that’s because it has.  Rather than give a long, boring explanation, let me just apologize and move on.  This collection actually included a fair share of platform games including cartoon series based Marcus Level.  Besides just being fun, I appreciated the fact that the game had built in replay value by making the five badges for each level unattainable in a single run through.  Western 1849 tasks you with protecting a small town from bandits during the gold rush.  There’s plenty of challenge involved and ample…
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  • Reshan Richards “Explains Everything”: Advice to Educational App Creators

    Brad Spirrison
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Explain Everything is a favorite screencasting app among appoLearning Experts, and other tech-savvy teachers across the globe. appoLearning contributor extraordinaire Julene Reed sat down with Explain Everything Co-creator Reshan Richards to discuss what inspired the application’s invention, and how it can serve a classroom near you.
  • Reshan Richards “Explains Everything”: Origin Story

    Brad Spirrison
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Explain Everything is a favorite screencasting app among appoLearning Experts, and other tech-savvy teachers across the globe. appoLearning contributor extraordinaire Julene Reed sat down with Explain Everything Co-creator Reshan Richards to discuss what inspired the application’s invention, and how it can serve a classroom near you.
  • Best iPhone apps for freelancers of all time

    Phil Hornshaw
    1 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Freelancers are always on call and potentially always ready to work, provided they have the right tools. Our list of the 10 best apps for freelancers can help make working for yourself a little easier, no matter where you are when you’re doing it.
  • Best iPhone weather apps of all time

    Phil Hornshaw
    25 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    You can find out just about anything you need to know about weather all over the world with the right iPhone app. We’ve compiled a list of the 10 very best, to help you determine which will suit your needs.
  • Best iPhone travel apps of all time

    Phil Hornshaw
    18 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    Do everything from book your flight to find places to eat when you land with these great travel apps for your iPhone. We’ve listed our 10 favorites that are sure to make your trips a little easier.
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  • Apartment Guide App is Best!

    Terry White
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Recently I had to search for an apartment in another state for an upcoming relocation. My search started on the web at various popular apartment search sites. However, as I began to narrow down my search and plan a trip to the area I wanted to have an App. Sadly the site that I was using on my computer had an app that wasn’t great at all. This caused me to download a few different apps and try them out and hands down the Apartment Guide App stood head and shoulders above the rest. This app seemed to have all that I was looking for in a nice UI (user interface). I liked being able to see…
  • 700+ Free Tutorials for Creative Cloud on your iPad or iPhone

    Terry White
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Want to learn more about your favorite Adobe Creative Cloud applications? Well you can for FREE right on your favorite iOS device. The Creative Cloud Tutorials App is a Universal app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch and it’s loaded with 700+ free tutorials for Creative Cloud from industry experts all over the world including yours truly. You can browse by category, by products or by show. Watch as many as you want as often as you want for free! You can get the Creative Cloud Tutorials App here from the . The post 700+ Free Tutorials for Creative Cloud on your iPad or iPhone appeared…
  • Waze Social GPS, Maps & Traffic

    Terry White
    20 Jul 2014 | 9:05 pm
    I’ve been using various GPS apps on my iPhone since the very first ones appeared for the iPhone 3G. While Navigon North America is still my goto app for all my regular travel, I’m really digging the Waze Social GPS app. Most of the time when I travel in other states I’m not renting a car. Therefore I rely on taxis and Uber. I noticed more and more Uber drivers using Waze to route them through busy metropolitan areas. Unlike the other GPS apps out there such as Apple’s built-in Maps App, Google Maps, Tom Tom, Navigon, etc. Waze combines a GPS turn-by-turn App with a…
  • Create PDFs on your iPhone or iPad with PDF Printer

    Terry White
    6 Jul 2014 | 9:05 pm
    There are tons of good PDF Apps for iOS out there. My favorite one to manage and create PDFs with is PDF Expert. However, there is one small thing that most of them lack and that is the ability to create a PDF from text or an email. All of the apps that let you create PDFs are based on converting an existing document into a PDF or a web page. One day I needed to convert receipt to a PDF so that I could submit it with an expense report. The problem was the receipt was in the body of an email (shame on you Marriott). It wasn’t an attachment. It was just HTML text (it also hadn’t…
  • Creative Cloud App for iOS

    Terry White
    22 Jun 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Now that Creative Cloud has added the long awaited Collaboration feature (folder sharing) it was time to bring out the Creative Cloud App for iOS. This is a Universal App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch and allows you to not only view the files you have stored on Creative Cloud, but also share them and upload new files from the the built-in camera or Camera Roll. Unlike most other cloud storage apps, the Creative Cloud App also allows you to see your native files such as .PSD, .AI, INDD, etc. If you are a Creative Cloud Member (even with a free account) and you have an iOS device then you…
 
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  • WINNERS of the iPhone Life July 28 Biweekly Giveaway

    Biweekly Giveaways
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:11 pm
    Thanks to everyone who entered the July 28 iPhone Life Biweekly Giveaway! Every other week we give away three amazing prizes, so if you didn't win this time, make sure you enter the August 11 giveaway and tell your friends to enter too! And the winners are... (drum roll please): " src="/sites/all/modules/wysiwyg/plugins/break/images/spacer.gif" title="<--break-->">   Brennan Benkert, Dale Miller, and Carl Todasco.  Didn't Win This Week? No worries! Visit iphonelife.com/giveaways for the chance to win in the next giveaway round. If you see your name…
  • FLIR ONE Thermal Imaging Accessory Available for Pre-Order!

    Nate Adcock
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:01 pm
    We covered this thermal imaging camera accessory (a Best of CES 2014 award winner) early this year, and now it's finally available for pre-order ($349, ships in August). If you wonder what in the world you might need an infrared camera on your iPhone for, besides maybe tracking a bigfoot, consider this: FLIR ONE can detect thermal gradients and hot spots around your home, helping you to pinpoint leaks. FLIR ONE can also reveal an intruder lurking in a dark corner of a parking garage or alley. It's extremely cool but practical and all packed into a lightweight 3.9 ounces you will hardly…
  • Apple News: The Story on Those Sapphire Screens

    Todd Bernhard
    28 Jul 2014 | 11:06 am
    Apple is expected to release products with Sapphire screens. But how it's not clear (no pun intended) if those screens will be in the iPhone 6 or an iWatch (or both.) Some clues as to how Apple could be making those screens have popped up on Gizmodo. There's always a tradeoff when choosing technology. Sapphire is hard—just a tad below diamond—so it should prevent scratches. But it can also be brittle. And Apple's biggest problem has been cracks due to drops. They've done well up to now with Corning's Gorilla Glass when it comes to scratches, so they may be using a hybrid system with…
  • Apple News: What Wiill the Next Apple TV Look Like?

    Todd Bernhard
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:07 am
    Apple loves rounded rectangles so much, they patented the shape. I was rearranging some of the Apple gear in my living room and it occurred to me to create a "PyraMac"—a pyramid of smaller and smaller rounded rectangles, almost like a Mayan temple (Macan Temple?) of aluminum, black, and white plastic. First, there was a recent Mac mini, then an AirPort Extreme (the size of the original Mac mini), then an Apple SuperDrive. On top of that, I placed the current Apple TV and then the previous generation iPod nano. All of these use the rounded rectangle design Apple has popularized. Sure,…
  • Siri Is My Friend, She Could Be Yours Too

    Steve Overton
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:06 am
    Siri was the reason I upgraded to an iPhone 4s. Having the ability to talk to my phone and have it respond was amazing to me. I talk to Siri everyday and still don't tap her capabilities much. She is more capable than I even imagined. I thought it would be helpful to share some of her best talents in a series of posts, so lets start with making a phone call. I drive a fair amount and still want to use my phone. Siri helps me stay safe and stay in touch while driving. If I want to make a call, I can either have Siri call a particular number by holding down the home button and say, "Dial (802)…
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  • The iPhone Blog: The TV Show 11: Doctor Sorry. So sorry...

    28 Jul 2014 | 9:01 pm
    The TV Show is like app or game reviews for television episodes. Whether you're watching on the Apple TV in your living room or streaming to your iPhone or iPad, follow along for the week of TV that was. On this episode Dave and Rene talk Doctor Who season 4, marrying the Doctor's daughter, thinking through your anti-life plans, the end of the beginning of River Song, bionic companions, Time Lord bonds, and non-ginger regenerations. Subscribe via RSS Subscribe via iTunes Download Directly Follow on Twitter Shows we spoil Doctor Who season 4 - iTunes | Amazon | Google Play | Xbox Video |…
  • Everything iCafe: Hilton To Turn Your Smartphone Into Room Key, Let You Select Your Room

    28 Jul 2014 | 7:25 pm
    A major initiative is being rolled out by Hilton, investing over $550 million into a new program that will let guests do most everything from their smartphones, which will include unlocking doors. Hilton is scheduled to announce the new program sometime this week, with plans to introduce the technology at all of its 4,200 properties.The use of smartphones for services won’t be anything new at Hilton, with guests able to check-in or check-out from their smartphones or using a hotel provided tablet. The new technology, rolling out later this summer will go much further. Guests will be…
  • MacNN | iPhone News: Apple drops cross-appeal against Samsung, gives up injunction

    28 Jul 2014 | 6:48 pm
    Two years after the first Apple-Samsung patent trial, the big winner in that case -- Apple -- has dropped a motion to cross-appeal a portion of Judge Lucy Koh's final verdict. The action means that the company has officially given up hope of seeing any product bans on the 23 Samsung products found guilty of copying Apple technology, though the matter is largely moot as none of the products are still offered for sale anyway. Despite the clear victory in the jury trial, Judge Koh twice refused to issue sales injunctions on the infringing Samsung products.
  • AppCraver: Kdan Celebrates PDF Readers 20 M Download; Release of Android Version

    28 Jul 2014 | 6:36 pm
    PDF Reader Premium – Annotate, Scan, Fill Forms and Take Notes Rating: Price: $4.99  App Store Kdan Mobile is proud to announce that its leading PDF solution, PDF Reader (Macintosh/iPhone/iPad), has recently surpassed the 20-million downloads mark, just in time for the recent release of PDF Reader for Android. Renowned for its comprehensive features and high quality design, PDF Reader has won endorsements from Apple and has routinely been featured in the top ten app lists of various global app stores. Already a global leader in the Macintosh and iOS markets, Kdan Mobile's march…
  • The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW): An iPhone 6 case we can believe in

    28 Jul 2014 | 5:15 pm
    Here at TUAW, we will usually pass on the emailed tips that come in from readers showing a Mr. Blurrycam rendition of purported next-generation iPhone or iPad parts. But when a case manufacturer we know and trust sends us a bunch of well-photographed images of an upcoming iPhone 6 case, we take notice and risk the wrath of our very own Chris Rawson, the Rumor Slayer. Our source notes that he's making a new line of phone cases and that "my case guy sent me the latest batch of samples for final inspection and they included, to my surprise, an iPhone 6 'Phoneblet' case. I say 'phoneblet' because…
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  • Yelp App Updated With Short Video Reviews [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:41 pm
    Yelp today updated its iPhone app with the ability to shoot and upload 3 – 12 second videos, allowing users to show off their restaurant and local business experiences in yet another way. They say a picture is worth 1,000 words, well now on iPhone you can take 3-12 second videos of your experiences at your favorite local businesses. So that’s worth like… 30 frames per second multiplied by video length… (pulls out calculator)… between 90 and 360 thousand words! Whoa. Previously, users could write reviews, post tips for potential customers and upload photos for…
  • Facebook to Cut Messaging From Main App in Effort to Focus on Facebook Messenger [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:57 pm
    Facebook is planning to motivate people to download and use its standalone Facebook Messenger app by removing messaging capabilities from the standard Facebook mobile app. Currently, users can chat through the Messages tab located on the bottom toolbar in the main Facebook app, but that tab will soon redirect users to download the Messenger app instead. When installed, a message received in the Facebook app will switch the user over to Messenger to chat, as it does now when both apps are installed. According to TechCrunch, Facebook is making the switch so that it does not have to support two…
  • Bitcoin Wallet App ‘Blockchain’ Returns to the App Store [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:31 pm
    Back in January, Apple removed popular Bitcoin app Blockchain from the App Store, after cracking down on several other apps that allowed users to send and receive bitcoin, including Coinbase and Gliph. Apple’s official policy prohibits content that “enables, facilitates, or encourages an activity” that not all countries deem legal, which has left Bitcoin-based apps in a bit of a gray area policy wise. As of today, Blockchain has returned to the App Store, once again giving iOS users a way to send and receive bitcoin payments, reports bitcoin news site CoinDesk. According to…
  • Beats Music for iOS Gains New ‘Tune Your Taste’ Customizations, Verified Badges [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:01 pm
    Beats Music for iOS was today updated to version 2.2.0, adding several user-requested features. It’s now possible for Beats listeners to change their Just For You recommendations through a new “Tune Your Taste” feature in Settings that allows users to select new favorite genres and artists. Listeners are also able to track their most recently played songs from The Sentence feature, which lets users select songs based on mood and activity. Verified Badges have been added, with a red check mark signaling a profile is “certified as legit by Beats,” and there have…
  • Hilton to Adopt Digital Check-In, Smartphone-Based Room Keys Worldwide

    The iPhone Addict
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:52 pm
    Hilton Worldwide, a company that operates thousands of hotels around the globe, today announced plans to roll out new mobile-based check-in and room selection tools, as well as digital smartphone-based room keys. Hilton guests will be able to select their rooms online using their smartphones, which will be able to display floor plans for each available room. Guests will also be able to check-in/check-out using their smartphones, as well as purchase upgrades and make special requests for item deliveries. Room selection: At 6 a.m. the day before a booked stay, Hilton HHonors members can sign…
 
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  • Open Source iOS Component And Tutorial: Apply Motion Blur Effects To An Animation

    Johann
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:12 pm
        Featured iPhone Development Resources,iOS Development Tutorials,iOS UI Controls,iPad,iPhone,Objective-C I’ve mentioned a few projects on applying blur effects since they exploded in popularity thanks to iOS 7 most recently a library allowing you to create adjustable blurring effects asynchronously. Here’s an open source component allowing you to apply motion blur to your animations using a custom Core Image filter created using the Core Image Kernel Language (available with iOS 8) from Arkadiusz Holko. The blur is pre-calculated so the performance is…
  • An Xcode Plugin Highlighting Source Code Changes Based On The Git Repo

    Johann
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
        Featured iPhone Development Resources,iOS Programming Tools And Utilities,Objective-C A couple of months ago I mentioned a nice Xcode plugin from John Holdsworth providing a live memory browser with an easy to use interface called the XprobePlugin. Here’s another nice Xcode plugin from John Holdsworth for visualizing differences in your project’s code against a Git repo called GitDiff. GitDiff highlights lines that have been modified, removed, and added. Here’s an image from the readme showing GitDiff in action: You can find GitDiff on Github…
  • Top Resources In iOS Development For Week Ended July 27th, 2014

    Johann
    27 Jul 2014 | 11:00 pm
        Featured iPhone Development Resources,News Welcome back to our feature of the most popular new and updated iOS developer resources mentioned on the site from the last week. The top resource this week is an open source library for applying interesting transition effects to your UILabels inspired by effects seen in iOS 8 and the Secret app. Here are the resources:  YetiCharacterLabelExample – An open source library allowing you to apply several different animation effects to UILabels including a falling text effect, a fading label effect, and a motion effect.
  • Open Source Component For Great-Looking Customizable Buttons With iOS 8′s UIVibrancyEffect

    Johann
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:17 pm
        Featured iPhone Development Resources Earlier this month I mentioned a nice custom button component with a great looking ripple effect called ZFRippleButton. Here’s an open source component allowing you to create highly customizable buttons in iOS 8 with a nice vibrancy effect (and within iOS 7 without vibrancy) called AYVibrantButton from Alan Yip. AYVibrantButton supports too different styles (invert and translucent), and allows you to customize the background color, text, font, and border width and corner radius. You can set the UIVibrancyEffect as desired…
  • Open Source Component For Creating Customizable HUD Views In iOS 8

    Johann
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:35 am
        Featured iPhone Development Resources,iOS UI Controls,iPad,iPhone,Swift I’ve mentioned a few open source components for creating HUD displays such as MMProgressHUD, but most don’t reflect the style seen in iOS 7 and iOS 8. Here’s an open source component called PKHUD providing a customizable Swift based reimplementation of Apple’s HUD (as seen when adjusting volume/ring, and changing the rotation switch) for iOS 8 utilizing UIVisualEffectsView for the blur effect. PKHUD allows you to create your HUDs with several different options a title,…
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  • myTuner Jazz Pro – A new music app for Mac on the Mac App Store

    SlapApp Team
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:30 pm
    Porto, Portugal – Following myTuner Classical, AppGeneration Software has launched today myTuner Jazz Pro. The app features more than 50 of the most elegant Jazz songs encoded at 320 Kbps to listen whenever you want! It also allows you to tune the best 250 Jazz radio stations from all around the globe and record your favorite songs. Additionally, you can check the top selling Jazz songs in any country! Feature Highlights: * 50 of the most elegant Jazz music songs, encoded at 320kbps, to listen whenever you want * Select and listen to more than 250 different Jazz radio stations,…
  • Newly Released App: Little Lamb In Amsterdam Educates Kids About Travel

    SlapApp Team
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:30 am
    New York, New York – Joshua and Donna Wilson of The Happy Dandelion are proud to announce the recent release of Little Lamb in Amsterdam, an interactive hybrid of a story book and travel guide for children. The story is about a curious little lamb who, with her mothers permission, explores the Netherlands on her little bicycle. Children read, play and learn about Dutch culture, food, art, history, language and must-see attractions along the way. The story is bilingual, written and narrated in English and Dutch. It features 24 colorful illustrated pages with engaging animations. At the…
  • Box Of Frogs Media release first in series Little Sophie’s Big Adventure

    SlapApp Team
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:20 am
    Brighton, United Kingdom – Box of Frogs Media are delighted to announce the release of their new appbook, ‘Little Sophie’s Big Adventures: Sophie and the Sea’, the first in a two-part series of interactive books. Sophie and the Sea tells the story of a little girl called Sophie and her Granny. One beautiful Spring day they go to the seaside. They collect pebbles and stones and build a sandcastle, “fit for a Sea Princess”. While they’re having lunch, the tide comes in and begins to wash away their sandcastle. Sophie must learn that nothing lasts…
  • HDFC inks deal with Magzter to offer digital magazines to its customers

    SlapApp Team
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:35 am
    New York, New York- In its bid to promote digital magazine reading in India along with fostering ‘green’ thinking, Magzter now extends its famed reading experience and great deals to customers of HDFC Bank; one of India’s largest banks by the Housing Development Finance Corporation. Indian companies are constantly on the lookout for value adds that their consumers will find worthy and useful and a brand like Magzter makes a great fit for the same. HDFC customers can now avail Magzter discounts from the portal Smartbuy; a platform for HDFC customers to avail products and…
  • Appsolutely launches Today I Feel – a different selfie app for iPhone

    SlapApp Team
    28 Jul 2014 | 5:55 am
    South Windsor, Connecticut – Appsolutely is pleased to introduce Today I Feel, a unique photo app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. This is the selfie taken up a notch. Now, in an instant, you can communicate your mood through your photo and a short caption and send it directly to friends or share on social media sites. There are more than 100 emotions to choose from. Take the photo, find it in the camera roll, and it’s ready to show to your friends by email, Facebook, Twitter or messaging. And if you want some extra editing tools, we added the special SDK powered by Aviary which…
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  • Apple's acquisition of Beats gets EU approval

    28 Jul 2014 | 2:32 pm
    by Michael H at Phone Arena As with every massive acquisition, the announcement
  • INCOMING: NEW UPDATE FOR NOKIA X OWNERS

    28 Jul 2014 | 2:27 pm
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  • 5.5-inch iPhone 6 To Be Released In December Along With The iWatch?

    28 Jul 2014 | 2:23 pm
    by Mihai Matei at G4Games With each passing day we’re closing in to the middle of the third quarter, which in theory should also mean that we’re getting closer
  • Samsung Z confirmed to be delayed indefinitely

    28 Jul 2014 | 2:21 pm
    from GSMArena The Samsung Z finally got unveiled as the first ever Tizen-running smartphone at the beginning of June, after many months of rumors and speculation.
  • REVIEW: Android Has A New King - LG G3

    26 Jul 2014 | 3:32 pm
    As I walked through Times Square on my way to the office one day last week, something odd caught my eye that made me do a double take. A sizable line had formed outside of the AT&T store as it prepared to open. I have seen people line up outside of that store before, of course, but typically only when a fresh batch of recently launched iPhones is waiting on the other side of the doors. This time, however, people weren’t lining up to buy a new iPhone. They were lining up for the just-released LG G3. And truth be told, this is
 
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  • Best Travel Apps for Your Summer Road Trip

    Jen Leo
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:19 am
    Apps and travel go together like summer and pool time. There are so many app choices out there with very different uses when it comes to travel. I’m going to skip the travel booking apps and get straight to the apps that you’ll use while you’re actually in the car. From driving directions and dog-friendly restaurants to last minute hotels and crazy road side attractions your kids will love—pack these handy road trip apps to keep the drive smooth, steady and fun. Best Travel Apps For Parents Waze | Free | iOS, Android, Windows This is the superhero of navigation apps. Not only does it…
  • How to write a family media agreement

    Jamie Pearson
    22 Nov 2013 | 3:56 am
    Media awareness is everywhere these days, from scary social media stories in mainstream newspapers to parent education events at elementary schools.  It can be a little overwhelming. Chances are your kids are already using lots of media.  And chances are you haven’t yet found time to explicitly outline your online expectations of what they are and aren’t allowed to do, in writing. When we got our child her first smartphone, we wrote and signed the following family media agreement.  Our goal was to create a flexible agreement that didn’t get bogged down in the details, and…
  • Pranked on my iPhone. By my 13-year-old.

    Jamie Pearson
    14 Nov 2013 | 4:20 pm
    When we gave our teenager her first iPhone, we had her sign a family media agreement.  This agreement highlighted our expectations in terms of safety, kindness, time management, and privacy, among other things.  We especially impressed upon her the importance of locking her phone with a passcode and never sharing it with anyone so that people could not pose or post as her. I probably should have taken my own advice. Two months ago, when iOS7 came out, I updated the first day it was available.  It was different, but I got used to it.  About a week later, I started having problems with what…
  • Best Apps for Kids Home from School Sick

    Jamie Pearson
    31 Oct 2013 | 8:39 am
    When it comes to staying home from school sick, my kids are absolute maestros.  They know instinctively which symptoms can’t be empirically authenticated and which days are least convenient for me.  Looking for the best apps for kids on a sick day?  Here are a few they can mess around with while coughing on the couch.   1.  Best kids app to teach anatomy: THE HUMAN BODY An animated working model of home sweet home. iPhone, iPad Age: 4+ Price: $2.99 The Human Body takes a very fun and basic look at the working parts of the human body.  It’s a colorful, interesting, and…
  • Best Halloween Apps of 2013 for iPhone, iPad and Android

    Jen Leo
    25 Oct 2013 | 3:01 pm
    If you love celebrating the holidays with new apps like we do, these fun Halloween apps for your iPhone, iPad and Android are big hits. Some of them are good for your kids to play on their own, and others are fun for the whole family to read or play together. 1. Haunted House – 3D Pop Up Activity Book 3D Halloween fun with lots of games and activities. iPhone, iPad, iPod Age: 5+  Price: $1.99 The 3D is terrific in this book and I was surprised at how much there was to do. Search a Haunted House for hidden pumpkins and let friendly Halloween monsters cheer you on. Help a witch make a…
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  • Review: Presentations by David Sparks -- Keynote manual and speaking tips

    Jeff Richardson
    27 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Most lawyers that I know give presentations from time to time, whether they be formal opening statements or closing arguments to a jury, teaching a CLE, client presentations or even just running a small meeting.  Considering this, you would think that most lawyers should be pretty good at it.  But I am amazed at the number of presentations I see in which lawyers use PowerPoint slides with almost every word of the presentation typed, typically in a small font to fit all of those words on the slide (so the audience can barely read them anyway), and then the presentation consists of little…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Apple recently announced a new partnership with IBM.  IBM, which knows a lot more about the enterprise them Apple, will develop over 100 industry-specific applications for the iPhone and iPad, and IBM's more than 100,000 consultants and software developers will work with their corporate customers — companies such as Nestle, FedEx, Deutsche Bank, Johnson Controls, Luxottica, American Airlines, Barclay’s, Cisco Systems and GE — to encourage iPhone and iPad use.  IBM will even sell iPhones and iPads directly to IBM's corporate customers.  As Apple CEO Tim Cook said,…
  • Apple 2014 fiscal third quarter -- the iPhone and iPad angle

    Jeff Richardson
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Yesterday, Apple released the results for its 2014 fiscal third quarter (which ran from March 30, 2014 to June 28, 2014) 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 $37.4 billion and net profits of $7.7…
  • TranscriptPad on sale; update coming soon

    Jeff Richardson
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    If part of your job as an attorney is to review depositions, TranscriptPad is one of the best apps you can have on your iPad.  It makes it easy to read depositions and, while you do so, identify the important parts of the deposition testimony that relate to all of the key issues in your case.  The app also makes it easy to create reports of the key portions of a specific deposition or all depositions in the case organized by topic.  For example, with just a few taps, TranscriptPad can give you a report of all of the testimony from all of the witnesses in a case that you indicated as being…
  • In the news

    Jeff Richardson
    10 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    There is a KickStarter campaign seeking to raise $100,000 to produce a documentary called App: The Human Story that will discuss the impact of the availability of apps for mobile devices.  It's an interesting idea, and caused me to think about the impact that Apple's App Store — which turned six years old yesterday — has had on installing software.  Software for computers has, of course, been around for years, but most folks rarely saw the need to buy much additional software; they would buy Microsoft Office and the other basics, and then were pretty much done.  But now with…
 
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  • Announcing App Making Video Course

    Jeremy
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:42 pm
    Making great apps is hard. Making successful apps is even harder. But the opportunity is vast. In how many other industries can a small one or two man team compete with the biggest brands in the world and win? I am convinced that if we learn from each other, we can not only survive but thrive. That is why I’m excited to announce something completely new: App Making, the art and business of crafting successful apps. It is a video course taught by myself and nine other top app makers. We teach ideation, design, and app marketing through video instruction, interviews, exercises, tutorials,…
  • Paid off

    Jeremy
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:13 pm
    Just wow. The response to Hours blew past all our expectations. Since Hours has experienced some measure of success, I felt like I owed the community an article detailing how we got there. Check out the post on Medium → – I also just wanted to highlight some of the awesome reviews coming out for Hours. Forbes: “a perfect little app that is incredibly useful—and a pleasure to use” 9to5Mac: “The world’s easiest way of tracking your time.” Cult of Mac: “an incredibly well designed, thoughtful time tracking tool for the iPhone” App Advice: “Hours is beautiful,…
  • Hours is here – get it for 50% off

    Jeremy
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:08 am
    This is surreal. It has been three years since we thought of Hours. Today our baby has finally gone out into the wild and wonderful world of the App Store. Snag it during the 50% off launch sale: App Store link Also be sure to check out the snazzy website. I couldn’t be more proud of the team. Huge thanks to everyone for your support along the way! If you want to make me really happy, write a review and Tweet about it. We’ve never done a premium app so it will be interesting to watch.
  • The Hours Video & Contest

    Jeremy
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:36 pm
    Hours – taking the pain out of time tracking from Tapity on Vimeo. Click above to open the brand spankin’ new Hours website, wherein lies the video. My wife Mindy has been working hard on it for a while now. Hope you enjoy it! The guys have also been working like crazy on the Hours website and I am super happy with how it has turned out. Best site we’ve ever done. The contest: get Hours now for free! In three easy steps: 1. Tweet a link to http://hourstimetracking.com (or write a blog post and email me a link to it). 2. We will select fifteen of our favorite posts over the…
  • Hours – the wait is almost over

    Jeremy
    11 Jul 2014 | 10:37 am
    What a journey. Three years ago we got so frustrated with time tracking software that we decided to do something about it. Client work got in the way, Languages got in the way, Grades 3 got in the way. Finally after a lot of hard work we had a usable version of Hours… then iOS 7 came. Time to redesign. Iterate. Iterate. Iterate! We have been using Hours for over a year now, in which time we have realized that we did not pick an easy problem to solve. Time tracking seems like a simple problem, and it would be, if we were all robots. Unfortunately, human factors such as forgetfulness and…
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  • New Reports Claim iWatch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 to be Released Together in December

    28 Jul 2014 | 8:11 pm
    Rumors from GforGames based on a Weibo post, are circulating the web claiming that the Cupertino-based company may be forced to delay the release date for some of their products. As we get closer to the release of the iPhone 6, different rumors from different sources keep hitting the web. GforGames reports that Apple may be pushing back the release date of the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 as well as the iWatch. Apple’s supply chain has inside sources recently re-confirming that mass production of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 has already begun. The inside sources also claimed that the larger model…
  • Hilton Hotels To Introduce The Next Big Thing With Smartphone Room Keys in 2015

    28 Jul 2014 | 2:10 pm
    It has been reported that starting 2015, guests will no longer have to check-in at a hotel’s front desk at the Hilton hotels. Guests will be able to avoid the front desk entirely and skip those long lines when going on vacation or business trip. You’re probably wondering how you’ll get the keys and get into the room then. The answer? Your smartphone will be your room key. The Wall Street Journal reported that the Hilton group said new door looks will be introduced starting next year, and the entire change for its 4,200 properties worldwide should be completed at the end of 2016. The app…
  • Version 2.2.0 of Beats Music iOS App Released for the iPhone and iPad

    28 Jul 2014 | 1:24 pm
    The iOS Beats Music app was updated today, just after the recent approval of Apple’s acquisition of Beats by the European Commission. There are quite a few important new updates in version 2.2.0 of the iPad and iPhone app. One notable new feature is called ‘Sentence History,’ which allows users to see previous created playlists that were created with The Sentence feature. The way this feature works is that a situational playlist is created based on the sentence users give with the emotion, genre, location, and more at the moment of using. Also, profiles that are ‘certified as legit by…
  • Apple's iBeacon Seeing Wider Retail Adoption

    28 Jul 2014 | 1:09 pm
    Chalk up another big retail score for Apple's iBeacon. According to published reports Monday, the latest "get" for Apple's iBeacon sensors is Lord & Taylor. The venerable retailer will make available this week iBeacon's utility at U.S. stores and various Hudson's Bay stores in Canada. All told, L&T are now among the growing list of prominent retailers looking to give consumers a cutting- in-store shopping experience through the power of mobile. "We recognize the appetite for mobile experiences that
  • Five Great Jailbreak Tweaks for Improving Your iOS 7 Weather Experience

    28 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad owners everywhere running iOS 7 make use of the weather features that come with the operating system. Unfortunately, they're pretty bland at best, and to get the most out of your weather information in iOS 7, you will want to jailbreak and make use of some jailbreak tweaks. In this post, we will show you five useful jailbreak tweaks for improving the weather information experience in iOS 7, so if you're a weather watcher, read on! Just a quick note before we get started; these tweaks are all compatible with the
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  • As it rolls out on iOS, ad platform StartApp hits 250 million monthly active users

    28 Jul 2014 | 9:31 am
    Mobile advertising platform StartApp now boasts 250 million monthly active users as well as 100,000 integrated apps. The US firm, which recently started offering monetisation and advertising solutions to iOS developers, has managed to bag a Globee Award after being named one of 2014's fastest growing private companies. Proving that good news does come in threes, StartApp has also revealed that it...
  • Books open as Chinese platform operator iDreamSky prepares to go public

    28 Jul 2014 | 8:23 am
    Books have opened as Chinese mobile game platform operator iDreamSky nears its debut on the US stock market. The firm, which is looking to raise roughly $124 million in August, will price 7.7 million American Depository Receipts between $12 and $14 a unit in a Nasdaq flotation next month: a base deal that's worth $108 million. While iDreamSky will be looking to attract new investors once it goes...
  • A new saga: Can Pyramid Solitaire Saga become another one of King's big hitters?

    28 Jul 2014 | 7:50 am
    King's 'Saga' franchises have become synonymous with success. Like a monetisation weapon of mass destruction, the Anglo-Swedish has been able to turn a collection of games into cash cows, and, as the likes of Candy Crush Saga , Papa Pear Saga , and Bubble Witch Saga prove, 'Saga' has fast become an umbrella brand that also serves to make any King title feel instantly familiar. Pyramid Solita...
  • Operation iPad: Is Apple's revolutionary tablet an endangered species?

    28 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    "It's just a big iPhone, except you can't actually make any calls on it," crowed the cynical amongst us – no doubt myself included – when Apple lifted the lid off its debut iPad back in 2010. It's true, back then I found it hard to see why consumers would want a tablet of any kind when iPad first hit shelves around the globe. Even now, with tablets firmly established as a mass-market...
  • Leanplum raises $4.8 million and rolls out new marketing automation feature

    28 Jul 2014 | 4:30 am
    In the competitive world of mobile apps, apparently, combining user experience optimisation, A/B testing, analytics and real-time messaging just isn’t enough. That’s why Leanplum has just closed a $4.8 million Series A funding round, also adding marketing automation to the services it offers. The funding comes from Shasta Ventures (also an investor in Nest, Path and Ouya). Going wider...
 
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  • Weather Traveler Pro – It’s raining promo-codes!

    ruben
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:53 am
    It’s rare being impressed by a weather application. But we are, a lot, by Weather Traveler Pro. You can read our review or watch the following trailer to see why we are so impressed. If you are very lazy: Awesome design Great pictures One of the best forecast services See? Nice, isn’t it? Do you want to get it for free? Like our page on Facebook and share or like the posts about Weather Traveler for a chance to get a promocode! What are you waiting for? The post Weather Traveler Pro – It’s raining promo-codes! appeared first on What's On Iphone.
  • SnapDance Review – Showing a lot of promise

    Brendon E. Martins
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:13 am
    SnapDance is a very innovative application available on iPhone (requires iOS 7, quite likely because it needs one of its newer devices with more powerful processor), and also works on iPads and iPod Touch. What does it do, you may ask? Right there, snap a picture and make it dance, baby! All in glorious 3D for your enjoyment In SnapDance, you can take a picture of someone, a friend for instance (it can be anyone, as long as he agrees to pose for 4 shots… you definitely need to sneak on your boss with this, it was hilarious yesterday at my office) and make him look like the coolest…
  • Weather Traveler Pro Review – Weather apps can be beautiful

    ruben
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:33 am
    Can a weather app be beautiful? Or fun? I think 80% of the time we don’t care. As long as it is accurate, we are happy. But nowadays, forecasting is in general so good that a better design can easily win against poorer apps, the remaining 20% can make or break an app. Weather Traveler Pro (there’s also a free, Lite version you can check too) is very beautiful. And in a sense, fun too. With Weather Traveler, you can literally travel as you check weather in faraway places. There are more than 10.000 pictures (carefully chosen, according to the developer and so far we agree after checking 20…
  • Thomas Was Alone review – More emotional than you may expect

    ruben
    8 Jul 2014 | 1:01 am
    The program was a failure. People forget this. It was a massive flop. The coders started adding name strings to the AIs as a joke. “Thomas-AT-23-6-12″ wasn’t special, it was just an AI in the right place at the right time.” Gordon Falkenberg, Former CTO of Artifical Life Solutions Thomas Was Alone – Original Soundtrack (Deluxe Edition) by David Housden I recommend you press play above to listen to the game soundtrack while you read the review. There are some games out there that are not in for the fancy graphics. They are subtle jewels, with a deep story, an…
  • Watercolors Review – A colorful challenging puzzle

    Roshan
    7 Jul 2014 | 2:45 am
    When I was a fourth grader, our teacher taught us a funny mnemonic to keep all the primary and secondary colors in mind, which I ironically forgot! But for the current generation of the iPadized kids, a few minutes with the Watercolors game should do the trick. On reading App Store’s description on the theme of the game, I though that it would just be a ripoff of the fairly popular Blendamaze game. However, taking away the Labyrinth-like tilt controls and restricting the colors to just the three primaries, Watercolors in fact betters the former. Each level is a canvas with…
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  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – July 28, 2014

    Jerry Collins
    28 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    iOSnoops is constantly on the lookout for great deals, and here are 22 iPhone and iPad apps that have just been discounted. This app deal alert includes Breach & Clear, NanoStudio, PowerCam, Sleep Sounds, Color Tower, Conojo Whiteboard - Interactive Drawing Tool, Sygic GPS Navigation, Tactical NAV, Dream-X, MyLyrics, Poshlight, MagicLocks Pro and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be on sale anymore when you read this post. For real-time app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix.
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – July 28, 2014

    Damian Ragar
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:58 am
    Want to try great apps without hurting your wallet? We’ve selected 17 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes Mad Skills BMX, Mr. Runner 2: The Masks, Movie360: My Movies My Life, WaterMinder, WiFi Map Pro, Clear Contacts: Elegant Speed Dialer, Everyday Mathematics, OJ, Icoon global picture dictionary and many others. Remember, prices can change quickly and without notice, these apps may not be free anymore when you read this post. For the latest app deals, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5…
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – July 28, 2014

    Stefani Lain
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:56 am
    Looking for fresh apps for your iOS device? We’ve found 8 great apps that were released over the last couple of days. This new apps alert includes Gifit, Mutually, Macro Finder, 3D RC Car Parking Simulator, Awesome Cut Me In, Homer and many others. For real-time app info, check out our Real-Time Deals section, as well as our Top App Charts and Top 5 Matrix. You can also check out our New Apps section, as hundreds of great apps were released over the last few days. All Apps iPhone Only iPad Only Top New Apps of the Day 3D RC Car Parking Simulator - Real Remote...Today's…
 
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  • Best Free Apps of the Day on July 28. Enpass Password Manager, PDF Connect, Mad Skills BMX, & More

    App Chronicles
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:05 pm
    We have useful apps and fun games to help you start the week. Keep all your pins codes and passwords in one single, secure location with Enpass Password Manager. PDF Connect is a powerful, all-in-one PDF and scanner app that allows for a number of features and edits. Use pictures and symbols to get over a language barrier with the ICOON app. Play Mad Skills BMX, an adrenaline pumping bicycle motocross on the iPhone and iPad. Mr. Runner 2: The Masks is a runner game with a unique story and cool graphics. Please Note: (...)Read the rest of Best Free Apps of the Day on July 28. Enpass Password…
  • [ Gone Free ] Enpass Password Manager: Keep all your pins codes and passwords in one single, secure location

    Jared Murray
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:44 am
    Enpass Password Manager (4 stars with 48 Ratings) Universal App $9.99 →Free for a limited time   Remembering all your passwords can be more than a chore, and having a password manager app is typically something that’s going to cost you an arm and a leg. For a password manager that is more than up to snuff, check out Enpass Password Manager. With Enpass Password Manager, you will be able to store all your passwords in a safe and accessible place, whether they are passwords for email, Facebook, Twitter, or even ATM pins and complex pass codes. This app features military grade…
  • [ Gone Free ] ICOON: Use pictures and symbols to get over a language barrier

    Jared Murray
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:41 am
    ICOON global picture dictionary (3 stars with 33 Ratings) Universal App $0.99 →Free for a limited time   If you’ve ever heard of ICOON, you know the picture dictionary has provided phenomenal use to its users when traveling or staying in areas where the language barrier is a bit difficult to get over. Now there’s an app based off the book and it boasts the same name. ICOON contains a large list of global photos that exhibit any number of things, actions, items, and more. The pictures will provide you with a way to succinctly get your point across to someone of another language, and…
  • [ Gone Free ] Mad Skills BMX: Adrenaline Pumping Bicycle Motocross on the iPhone and iPad

    App Chronicles
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:14 am
    Editor’s Pick: Mad Skills BMX Mad Skills BMX (4.5 stars with 2446 Ratings) Universal App $0.99 → Free for a limited time   Looking for a unique racing game? Check out Mad Skills BMX. It is quite unlike any other racer we have ever played. You will need to utilize a variety of bike riding skills to navigate the tough terrains of Mad Skills BMX. Race down the slope, pull yourself higher to make the jump, and get through bumps on the road riding manual. You’ll need to time and use these skills well to win a race. Just pedaling along will guarantee last place. And trust us, it…
  • [ Gone Free ] Mr. Runner 2: The Masks is a runner game with a unique story and cool graphics

    Jared Murray
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:02 am
    Mr. Runner 2: The Masks (4.5 stars with 128 Ratings) Universal App $0.99 → Free for a limited time   Runner games are a popular item in the App Store, but a lot of the times the genre can get a little stale . However, Mr. Runner 2: The Masks is not one of those. In Mr. Runner 2: The Masks, you’ll battle Le Magie, who has sprung a trap on you and locked your head in a mysterious mask. You’ll have to hunt this enemy down in order to retrieve your head, but the journey will take you to uncharted worlds and you’ll interact with an assortment of dangerous characters. The…
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  • The Snow Queen, Animated Story Review

    Monica
    28 Jul 2014 | 9:22 pm
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes Saturn Animation Studios Inc Price: Free download for story with $1.99 in-app purchase for full interactivity Hot off the tail of Disney’s hit movie Frozen, comes this amazing adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale The Snow Queen. This e-book is filled with breathtaking illustration and challenging puzzles that children will love. While Frozen is said to be inspired by The Snow Queen, there are several notable differences between the Disney version and the classic version.
  • Dino Dog – A Digging Adventure with Dinosaurs Review

    JoDee
    28 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Dino Dog - A Digging Adventure with Dinosaurs ReviewQualityFunctionalityValueEase of UseProsCreative learning environmentFun interactive gamesEngaging characters5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes StoryToys Entertainment Limited Price:$1.99 When I volunteer at the school I’m always sure to find at least one child in the the class who is a dinosaur NUT. Any grade K- 6, I haven’t been disappointed yet with the facts they are enthusiastically willing to share. Why? May be its the idea that we outlasted those massive beasts or maybe its the thought that…
  • BabyBook by CanDoBaby is a CanDoGiveaway!

    JoDee
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    It is unbelievable to me how fast children change and grow.  One minute they are a squirming little mass of blankets, the next they are crawling around pulling stuff out of everywhere. So many milestone moments happen and we want to document them all. Are you looking for an easy way to do just that? A while back we featured BabyBook on Ten for Tuesday and this week I’m very pleased to let you know CanDoBaby is highlighting their memory making app with a BabyBook giveaway. It couldn’t be simpler. A word from the Developer: BabyBook gives you a fun guide to countless milestones you…
  • Bramble Berry Tales – The Little People Review

    Monica
    25 Jul 2014 | 4:49 pm
    QualityFunctionalityValueEase of Use5.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (0 Votes) See the app in iTunes Loud Crow Interactive Inc. Price:$2.99 Thomas and Lily are back in an all new adventure that adds the third installment of the award-winning Bramble Berry Tales series. These beautifully animated stories highlight some of the ancient oral stories of the Cree Nation. These entertaining and educational interactive stories will captivate your children as they follow Thomas, Lily, and their grandparents, Mooshum and Kookum as they learn valuable life lessons through their experiences together. In…
  • 5 Fun Apps For Friday

    Nikki
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Here is this week’s 5 Fun Apps For Friday! Our weekly roundup of the best apps for parents this week. Gravity Lab! The Gravity Lab! app is a fun puzzle game for children.  With Gravity Lab!, kids can navigate gravity shifts, bounce pads, portals, cannons, and more in this easy to play but difficult to master puzzle game.  Kids will help launch robot Steve through more than 200 levels of physics-based puzzles, while collecting stars and unlocking new challenges along the way!  This app contains fun physics-based mechanics, as well as a store featuring fun, customizable looks for robot…
 
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  • iVox International Call, Free VoIP Calls and Cheap Calling Cards by Comfi

    Kate
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:47 am
    Whether you are going on a vacation with your friends, travelling on business or just going to college overseas, there is a fantastic app you can download to your smartphone for free that will make your life easier. iVox is an awesome international telephony service designed to make very affordable calls to phone numbers all around the world, while saving money and offering high-quality phone conversations. Comfi, who stands behind the app, promises, that iVox will help to save almost 98% in calling rates. Additionally, you will be given $1 as a credit, once the app downloaded, meaning up to…
  • Gmail for iOS updated with improved Google Drive integration

    Kate
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:16 am
    Google has released an update for its iOS Gmail app that adds two new features that more tightly couple Gmail with Google Drive. The first addition allows users to save attachments directly to Google Drive, while the second one gives the ability to insert Google Drive files directly into email messages. «Just like with Gmail on the web, you can now insert files from Google Drive directly into an email on your phone or tablet. The apps will even tell you if your file isn’t shared with the person you’re sending it to so you can change the sharing settings before you send it. And to help…
  • AIRTYPE: invisible keyboard to change the way you type

    Kate
    24 Jul 2014 | 2:05 am
    Airtype, a start-up based in Austin, Texas developed a prototype for a truly revolutionary keyboard, that is invisible. While we used to have keyboards either as physical device or touch screen interface, AirType is a “keyboardless keyboard,” that will change the way you type, especially when it comes to your tablet. AirType is a set of cuffs you wear on your hands that become an invisible keyboard.  The sensors will track your finger movements and translate them into words on the screen. It’s no different than typing on a keyboard. The device connects your smartphone via Bluetooth.
  • Secret Files Tunguska

    Kate
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:50 am
    Secret Files Tunguska by Deep Silver is a popular console mystery adventure, that finally made its way to iOS. Secret Files: Tunguska came out on PC, Nintendo Wii, and DS between 2006 and 2010. Now this thrilling game tasks you to puzzle out the mystery of your missing father. Secret Files Tunguska features a female main character, Nina, on her quest to rescue the male who has been captured. The game controls are pretty simple. The game plays as most point and click adventures.  To move Nina, you are required just tap on any point in the room. There are a lot of different objects, that can…
  • Apple details iOS diagnostics capabilities in response to ‘backdoor’ concerns

    Kate
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:16 am
    Earlier this week, forensic expert, and former jailbreak hacker, Jonathan Zdziarski, attracted attention to suspicious iOS background assets that could allow for covert data collection of users’ information from devices. They could be exploited by law enforcement agencies or hackers to steal sensitive personal data. Apple of course denied the claim, stating that these so-called ‘backdoor services’ are actually used for troubleshooting. “As we have said before, Apple has never worked with any government agency from any country to create a backdoor in any of our products of…
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  • iPhone Apps Gone Free – Apps of The Day – 29 July 2014

    Dhvanesh Adhiya
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:00 pm
    Know an app which just went free on the App Store? Do let us know by tweeting about it to @iGeeksBlog. If you’re a developer and you’re making your paid app go for free, we’ll be glad to mention about it on our list. (we also do app reviews for apps we think are awesome!) Shoot us a tweet at @iGeeksBlog! Disclaimer: All apps included in this list are free at the time of posting. We’re not responsible for price changes later (as most apps go for free for 24-hours only). The post iPhone Apps Gone Free – Apps of The Day – 29 July 2014 appeared first on .
  • 5 Free Best iPhone Camera Self-timer Apps

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    28 Jul 2014 | 10:50 am
    One thing that Apple does bad is not having a self-timer on the iPhone camera. It’s such a simple feature and yet, these guys haven’t decided to add that one. I mean, think about it: we’ve got Panorama, we’ve got HDR, we’ve got the grids too. But self-timer? But of course, there are apps. Camera+ was one of the first pro-apps that let you user timers for the camera. It still does and does it much better than most other apps. However, let’s say you’re like me and think that a simple feature like this shouldn’t cost me a dollar. So the first thing…
  • How to Hide QuickType In Messages on iOS 8 (iPhone/iPad)

    Chandrashekhar V
    28 Jul 2014 | 1:36 am
    QuickType, as we wrote before, is an iOS 8 feature that should help you type faster, better. Just like in Android (and other older phones), QuickType shows you word suggestions as you type. One of the additions is that it learns and is smart enough to figure out what word you’re most likely going to type next. It shows up as a bar under the text field when you type a new text message. If you’re running iOS 8 (beta, at the time of writing this), you might have this feature on already. If you don’t like this QuickType, here’s a neat little tip that I stumbled on. You can…
  • Grab this $408-valued Mac Mastery Bundle for Just $29, Become a Pro Mac User!

    Chandrashekhar V
    27 Jul 2014 | 11:33 pm
    The Mac is an ultra-powerful machine but how many of us really use all of its capabilities and features? At best, we use something like 10% of all the things that it’s truly capable of. What if you could completely change the way you use the Mac by knowing all the little secrets, shortcuts and the amazing features that are built in it? That’s what today’s deal is all about! We’ve got the Mac Mastery Bundle to make you a Power Mac User in no time! Jump in to read more about the deal. Or click here to grab it right now for just $29 (usual price is a whopping $408!) The…
  • BetterWifi7 Cydia Tweak for iOS 7: Finest Wifi Enhancement Suite for the iPhone

    Jignesh Padhiyar
    26 Jul 2014 | 2:03 am
    There aren’t very many Wi-fi related tweaks on Cydia right now. At first glance, it might seem normal: after all, what extra features would the Wi-fi settings page on iPhone need? It looks and works fine (except for a few things of course). But here’s a tweak that changes it all. BetterWifi7 by Simon Selg is a fantastic Cydia tweak that adds some really cool features to the Wi-fi settings. The features read like a list of “oh these should have been put there by default” ones. BetterWifi7 adds a slue of features to Settings → Wifi. They are not just visual.
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  • How to Use Siri to Watch Movie Trailers

    admin
    7 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    Siri has been a very important part of iOS since its introduction with the iPhone 4S. This personal digital assistant is able to do all sorts of things for you at your command, such as place phone calls, send text messages, set up reminders, or make dining reservations… among many other, lesser-known things. One of these less commonly used features is to find and play movie trailers! Movie trailers have had a special place in Apple’s heart for many years, going back to their Apple movie trailers website, and extending into modern times with dedicated apps on our iOS devices and Apple TV…
  • The Ultimate Guide to Using Siri to Find Restaurants

    admin
    30 Jun 2014 | 9:36 pm
    Since Siri was first introduced on the iPhone 4S, one of her key features has been being able to provide you with information from a huge database of restaurants and eateries. Typing and doing a web search for this kind of thing on a desktop computer is easy. Asking Siri through conversation and getting meaningful information in response is even easier! Keep reading to find out all of the amazing things that Siri can do to help you find good food on the road! Here’s how to find a specific restaurant with Siri: If you’re new to an area, and you know exactly what you want to eat but don’t…
  • The Ultimate Guide to Using Siri to Set Reminders

    admin
    28 Jun 2014 | 2:28 pm
    Siri on the iPhone and iPad is an incredibly useful virtual assistant, often being able to reduce multi-step actions down to a single spoken command. One of these ways that Siri can help you to save some time is in creating reminders and managing reminder lists in the iOS Reminders app. First of all, you need to create your list in the Reminders list manually. If you ask Siri to create a list, she will simply tell you that she cannot, and tell you to go into the app to do it. Fortunately, this is a very easy task to perform, and then once you have created the list, you can add and manage it…
  • Touch ID on a Mac

    admin
    3 Jun 2014 | 8:42 pm
    The 2014 Apple WWDC keynote has come and gone, and it has left most people feeling very good about where Apple is taking both OS X and iOS. The next version of OS X will be called “Yosemite,” and it represents a monumental upgrade to the Mac’s operating system. Similarly, iOS 8 will be getting a lot of brand new features, for which many of them have been wished for several generations already, such as third-party keyboards and third-party developer access to Touch ID. However, since Apple decided to focus on the developers exclusively this time, as they should for a “developer”…
  • How to Control your Apple TV with a Third-Party Remote

    admin
    24 May 2014 | 11:54 pm
    The Apple TV is a fantastic set-top box. You can effortlessly stream your iTunes library straight to your TV, can view your Photostream, access Netflix, rent or purchase iTunes content, and more right from the comfort of your living room sofa! Even more amazing is that you can control all of these features with the bare bones remote control that comes with the Apple TV. However, for as simple and elegant as the remote is, the number one complaint about it is that it is too small for its own good and it gets lost way too easily! Here are a few things that you can do about it, if you actually…
 
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  • Hilton To Turn Your Smartphone Into Room Key, Let You Select Your Room

    Christopher Meinck
    28 Jul 2014 | 7:25 pm
    A major initiative is being rolled out by Hilton, investing over $550 million into a new program that will let guests do most everything from their smartphones, which will include unlocking doors. Hilton is scheduled to announce the new program sometime this week, with plans to introduce the technology at all of its 4,200 properties.The use of smartphones for services won’t be anything new at Hilton, with guests able to check-in or check-out from their smartphones or using a hotel provided tablet. The new technology, rolling out later this summer will go much further. Guests will be…
  • WSJ: Apple Places Order For 70-80 Million iPhones With Bigger Displays

    Christopher Meinck
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:36 pm
    According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, Apple has asked suppliers to manufacture anywhere from 70 million to 80 million of the upcoming iPhone. The production number includes two models. One will be the often discussed 4.7-inch model and there will indeed be a larger 5.5-inch model. This production estimate is through December 30th, but still incredibly ambitious, representing the largest production run in the companies history. Apple is betting that customers will have a higher interest in upgrading due to the new hardware, notably the much larger screens. The last change…
  • Apple Releases iOS 8 Beta 4 To Developers

    Christopher Meinck
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:41 am
    Apple today released the fourth installment of the iOS 8 beta. Developers can download iOS 8 beta 4 from the developer portal. For those who have previously installed iOS 8, an over-the-air option is available. The update is 300MB, yet requires 3GB free on either your iPhone or iPad.For continuing discussion on all things having to do with the new release, please stop by and take part in our iOS 8 discussion forums. Source: AppleApple Releases iOS 8 Beta 4 To Developers is an article by everythingiCafe.com. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and <a…
  • Apps of the Week, Overcast, Hours and more!

    Christopher Meinck
    19 Jul 2014 | 8:09 pm
    Nothing beats the feel of sand between your toes, warm sunshine and hot new apps in the App Store. This week, we rekindle of love for podcasts, track our time, brush up on our ninja skills and look at an all inclusive pregnancy app. It’s time for the everythingiCafe apps of the week for July 19th, 2014.OvercastDeveloped by Marco Arment, of Instapaper fame, Overcast enters a crowded field of podcast apps for the iPhone. In development for what seems like an eternity, it made its debut on the App Store to rave reviews. In addition to his developer prowess, Arment is also a podcaster…
  • How to make a calendar public in iOS

    Christopher Meinck
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:51 pm
    When you create a calendar using the Calendars app, it becomes accessible on all of your iOS devices, a PC or Mac and the Internet. This means that access is not restricted to owning an iPhone, iPad or an Apple product for that matter. Any web browser will do, provided they have an iCloud account (free) and that allows for more robust sharing options beyond friends and family who carry iOS devices. If you are dealing with a small group, whether your family or colleagues, it makes sense to use the method we described for sharing a calendar. It’s easy enough for folks to understand and…
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  • Apple in talks for mobile payment system

    24 Jul 2014 | 10:18 am
    #Apple is in talks with major credit card companies about a mobile payment system for #iOS devices, according to a report from The Information. #Apple is currently talking to Visa about a possible partnership that could bypass third party payment processors. The partnership could cut out the middle man and provide direct savings for retailers and...
  • iPhone and MagSafe Charger

    18 Jul 2014 | 5:41 am
    A new Kickstarter campaign has been started by a startup called Hevo Labs. The company is building an external battery for the #iPhone that works with a MagSafe charger. The case is currently called "Cabin."The battery case does not wrap around the phone, but hangs on via a MagSafe like adapter that goes in the Lightning Cable port. It is made f...
  • Apple agrees to pay $450 million in ebook price-fixing settlement

    17 Jul 2014 | 3:54 am
    #Apple has agreed to pay 450 million to settle price fixing allegations by the U.S. State and consumers. The government has been investigating claims that #Apple conspired with five book publishers to fix prices of ebooks. #Apple denied the charges, but leaked emails by Steve Jobs seemed to prove otherwise. It appears #Apple wants this to go awa...
  • iPhone 6 sapphire screen destruction tests

    11 Jul 2014 | 3:45 am
    According to multiple reports, the #iPhone 6 will feature a sapphire crystal display. The sapphire is very hard to scratch or break and multiple websites have published videos of people trying to scratch the display with keys and knives. This Chinese video takes on the sapphire with similar gusto, using coins, keys, nails, box cutters, and even p...
  • Apple releases political video on Pride

    9 Jul 2014 | 2:26 am
    #Apple has released a new video about the San Francisco Pride parade on June 29, 2014. #Apple employees and families took part in the parade. #Apple gave out t shirts and caps to parade walkers, and even raised the Pride flag over their Cupertino headquarters. I love #Apple, and use all of their products. I don't care who works at #Apple and wh...
 
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  • InTube: download and import videos directly from YouTube

    CydiaWorld
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:20 am
      InTube is a tweak that allows you to easily download HD or SD videos directly from the official YouTube app, and it will automatically import the videos into the stock Music and stock Video apps in iOS. If you’re an avid fan of YouTube, then InTube is an awesome jailbreak tweak that you should check out immediately. The really great thing about InTube is that all of the downloading and importing is done seamlessly and automatic. Once you invoke the download, which appears via a clean looking button inside of the YouTube app, the entire process will complete itself. Have a look at…
  • WallCycler: fresh wallpaper every time you unlock your device

    CydiaWorld
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:11 am
    WallCycler is a new jailbreak tweak that recently appeared on Ryan Petrich’s beta repo. It’s a tweak that allows you to cycle wallpaper each time you unlock your device, or cycle manually using an Activator gesture. There is no preference panel for WallCycler, but the tweak can be enabled by visiting Settings > Wallpaper & Brightness > Choose Wallpaper, and selecting an album. After doing so, you’ll receive a pop-up box asking you if you’d like to cycle the photos in the chosen album. We’ve take WallCycler for a spin on video. Have a look at our demonstration after the…
  • SearchSettings: easily search the contents of the stock Settings app

    CydiaWorld
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:01 am
    As a recent Galaxy S5 adopter, one of the features that I immediately appreciated was the ability to perform a search within the phone’s Settings. Granted, Samsung is notorious for packing its phones with so many settings that a search is almost a requirement, but it’s still a nice feature to have. Needless to say, ever since I laid my hands on the GS5, I’ve been wanting for a similar feature on iOS. Well, that feature arrived just a few minutes ago, and it’s, unsurprisingly, brought to us by the prolific developer Ryan Petrich. SearchSettings is a new jailbreak tweak available on…
  • Bulb: add a status bar indicator for the iPhone’s LED flashlight

    CydiaWorld
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:56 am
    The flashlight toggle in Control Center was a great addition to iOS 7, but it always baffled me why Apple didn’t place some sort of indicator in the status bar to tell you when the flash was active. Obviously, most people can see when the flash is on, but there are certain circumstances that one can encounter, which would make such an indicator useful. What about when you sit your phone down on a table with the LED flash covered? It’s possible that the iPhone’s battery could die due to the flash being on for a long period of time. I know that may seem far-fetched, but it has happened to…
  • Epic Games: supports iOS 8 Metal deep into Unreal Engine

    CydiaWorld
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:46 am
    Though Metal isn’t among the headline user-facing features of iOS 8, its impact on games with snazzy visuals can’t be overstated. Introduced at WWDC 2014 alongside a number of other features aimed at developers, Metal is billed as a new graphics runtime that wants to replace OpenGL ES by trimming the fat to provide what Apple calls the lowest-overhead access to the A7 chip’s GPU. And now, Epic Games – which makes the tremendously popular and powerful graphics engine that powers many premium games – has announced that the latest version of Unreal Engine (version 4.3) adds Metal…
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