2013 was also a year of strong growth for Android, with Google-powered smartphones flying off the shelves, and tablets starting to challenge Apple’s iPad too. That was reflected in the larger number of apps available for both iOS and Android, with Microsoft’s Windows Phone snagging more of the most popular apps for its own store too. Read More..
The popular video player for iOS, Infuse, is now available in a fresh 2.0 guise that brings a new iOS 7 design as well as changing the way the app is monetized.Previously available for $4.99, Infuse 2.0 is now available for free – and not just to existing customers.If you paid for the first app though and are worried about having paid for something that’s now free. Read More..
The tenth major release of OS X – Mavericks comes with powerful apps for browsing the web, sending messages, setting reminders, and so much more. And the apps work great with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, too. These tips are guaranteed to help you get the most out of your Mavericks Mac. Read More..
Android and iOS users out there will be happy to learn that there’s a new update available for the Subway Surfers mobile game for their devices, one that sets the action in England.Users who will update to the new flavor of the title, namely version 1.16.0, will celebrate the Holiday wintertime in England, being able to surf through the snow-covered city of London. Read More..
Nearly three and a half years after the debut of a dedicated Apple Store app for iPhone, Today, Apple is launching its very first Apple Store app for iPad, bringing a gorgeous shopping experience to its tablet in a long-overdue move. The new app arrives just in time for the holidays and utilizes the display and capabilities of the iPad to present a best-in-class shopping experience. Read More..
This is just in. iOS 7.1 beta 1 download links have just gone live for iPhone 5, 5s, 5c, 4s, 4, iPod touch 5, and iPad 2 and up on the iOS Dev Center. A new beta for Apple TV 2nd and 3rd gen has also been released.Apple is usually extremely cagey when it comes to publishing a full and detailed change-log with beta versions of iOS. Read More..
Google revealed that its “All Access” music app would be hitting iOS, and since the search giant also noted that it was just a few weeks away, we expected to be grooving to some of our favorite songs through the service by summertime. Although it did seem as though the Android maker had completely forgotten about those on Apple’s mobile OS, we now know this not to be the case, as the Google Play Music app has just hit the iOS App Store. Read More..