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  • No Sound on iPad – A Few Fixes to Sound Issues on Apple Tablets

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    Oliver Green
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:26 am
    There may be a few fixes to the no sound on iPad bug, and fixing it for yourself will involve some trial and error. Whether it’s a software-side bug, or a setting that needs to be changed, this guide should help you to find out exactly what the cause of your lack of sound is [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at No Sound on iPad – A Few Fixes to Sound Issues on Apple Tablets for Geeknaut
  • Logitech Launches Keys-to-Go iPad Portable Keyboard, Updates Cases for iPad Air 2

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    Lory
    29 Oct 2014 | 10:06 am
    I love using an external keyboard to type with my iPad. It really enhances my productivity on the touch screen device. Personally, my favorite keyboard case is Logitech’s FabricSkin Keyboard Folio, but some people may not necessarily want to hide their iPad Air inside a case. Or, they may want a keyboard that will work with all different models of iPad. Today, Logitech announced the Keys-To-Go keyboard, which is a standalone ultra slim keyboard that is as small as the tablet, but doesn’t require you to have a specific model (or even an iPad, for that matter). It is 9.53 inches wide, 5.39…
  • Belkin Slim Style Case Cover for iPad Air 2 and iPad Air

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    iPad2Blog
    26 Oct 2014 | 2:32 pm
    The Belkin Slim Style Case Cover for iPad Air 2  is an interesting case with an ultra-thin, light-weight design. Like other Belkin products this case is made of  water repellent durable material with a  soft microfiber inner lining The case allows for multiple viewing angles, and a comfortable angle perfect for typing. The case features […]
  • Why CVS and Rite Aid Banned Apple Pay in Stores

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    Lory
    29 Oct 2014 | 7:55 am
    Earlier this week, the New York Times reported that both Rite Aid and CVS had disabled their near-field communication payment systems in order to stop customers from using Apple Pay. An internal memo to Rite Aid revealed that the company was already working on a different mobile payment option in collaboration with a group of retailers through the Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX). Today, the New York Times explained the situation a bit further. It turns out that companies like Rite Aid, CVS, Walmart, and Target all signed a contract as far back as 2012 stating that they would not accept…
  • Review: Logitech Ultrathin Magnetic Clip-On Keyboard Cover for iPad Air

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    Thomas
    28 Oct 2014 | 6:48 am
    The Logitech Ultrathin series of keyboards has been around a while now, and they’re probably some of the most-used iPad keyboards. The appeal of the Ultrathin is fairly evident once you see one: the aluminum and plastic keyboard fits over the iPad Air, just like a Smart Cover. However, take it off, plant the iPad in the built-in rest, and you’ve suddenly got a fully functional typing station that’s stable enough to use on your lap, or at a proper desk. The 2014 Ultrathin redesign brought two new tricks to the table: a very clever foldaway iPad hinge, and a tilting iPad stand. The new…
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  • Apple Pay’s Biggest Competitor and Retailer Backed Payment System CurrentC Hacked

    Sam
    29 Oct 2014 | 12:24 pm
    If Apple Pay users were told their financial information was going to be stored on iCloud servers I’m pretty sure that Apple Pay would be dead in the water after the recent iCloud security breach. If the day comes when there is a break of trust with Apple Pay, then people will likely stop using it and that is a reputation which would be hard to rebuild. CurrentC is building a smart phone commerce system which bypasses credit cards and uses the cloud to store personal information, and they have announced that a hacker accessed customer email addresses. This breach isn’t enough to stop the…
  • Logitech Launches Keys-to-Go iPad Portable Keyboard, Updates Cases for iPad Air 2

    Lory
    29 Oct 2014 | 10:06 am
    I love using an external keyboard to type with my iPad. It really enhances my productivity on the touch screen device. Personally, my favorite keyboard case is Logitech’s FabricSkin Keyboard Folio, but some people may not necessarily want to hide their iPad Air inside a case. Or, they may want a keyboard that will work with all different models of iPad. Today, Logitech announced the Keys-To-Go keyboard, which is a standalone ultra slim keyboard that is as small as the tablet, but doesn’t require you to have a specific model (or even an iPad, for that matter). It is 9.53 inches wide, 5.39…
  • Best Apps to Help You Celebrate Halloween

    Lory
    29 Oct 2014 | 9:05 am
    As the spookiest holiday of the year inches near, it is time to get your costume together, plan your scary movie list, and fill your belly with candy. To help you get in the mood for carving pumpkins, we’ve got a list of some of our favorite apps and games that feature Halloween themes or scary content. It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown For as long as I’ve been alive, Charles M. Schultz has captured my holiday imagination with a variety of stories staring Charlie Brown. This particular story has been a part of my yearly ritual. The iPad book by Loud Crow features narration by the…
  • Why CVS and Rite Aid Banned Apple Pay in Stores

    Lory
    29 Oct 2014 | 7:55 am
    Earlier this week, the New York Times reported that both Rite Aid and CVS had disabled their near-field communication payment systems in order to stop customers from using Apple Pay. An internal memo to Rite Aid revealed that the company was already working on a different mobile payment option in collaboration with a group of retailers through the Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX). Today, the New York Times explained the situation a bit further. It turns out that companies like Rite Aid, CVS, Walmart, and Target all signed a contract as far back as 2012 stating that they would not accept…
  • Apple Pledges iPad for Every Student in 114 Schools Through ConnectEd Initiative

    Lory
    28 Oct 2014 | 11:06 am
    In February of this year, U.S. President Barack Obama announced his efforts to bring under-performing schools into the 21st century through a new technology program called ConnectED. At the time, Apple, as well as Microsoft, AT&T, and others pledged to participate in the program with millions of dollars in hardware, software, and services. Today, Apple added a special page to its website dedicated to the ConnectED initiative, which includes information on how the company plans to help the poorest schools in the nation. Apple will supply technology hardware to 114 schools across 29 states…
 
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  • Apple to Continue Offering Public Beta Versions of OS X Software

    The iPhone Addict
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:46 pm
    With the release of Yosemite, Apple introduced a public beta test for the first time, allowing more than a million consumers to sign up for and participate in the Yosemite beta. In past years, beta testing new Mac software has been left up to developers and a select number of Apple Seed members. It appears that Apple found Yosemite’s public beta testing to be successful, as the company today sent out an email that suggests it will continue to offer public beta tests for OS X software in the future. In an email that thanks Yosemite testers, Apple says that members of the OS X Beta…
  • List of Stores and Apps That Accept Apple Pay Payments

    The iPhone Addict
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:30 pm
    While Apple Pay will work in any store that accepts contactless payments, Apple has partnered up with several retailers for the launch of Apple Pay, to ensure the mobile payment service will work smoothly in those locations. In retail stores, only iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users can take advantage of Apple Pay, as payments require NFC. Retail partners that will begin accepting Apple Pay payments today or in the immediate future include Aeropostale, Babies R Us, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Bloomingdales, Champs, Chevron, DuaneReade, Foot Locker (including Lady Footlocker, Run by Footlocker, Kids…
  • How to Set Up Apple Pay and Add Credit Cards

    The iPhone Addict
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:12 pm
    Now that iOS 8.1 has been released to the public, we’re getting our first look at what Apple Pay looks like on the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Apple Pay isn’t immediately obvious when iOS 8.1 is installed — users will need to open up Settings or Passbook to see various Apple Pay features. The initial setup for Apple Pay can be done through Passbook. Tapping the “+” icon in Passbook will allow users to add a card. If a card is already associated with an iTunes account, users can tap choose to use that card, or enter another one using the camera. The camera…
  • Apple Updates ‘Apple Store’ iOS App With Apple Pay Support [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    20 Oct 2014 | 3:27 pm
    Apple today updated its Apple Store app, adding support for Apple Pay, which was enabled with the recently released iOS 8.1 update. Following the update, users will be able to use their iPhones to make purchases in the Apple Store app that are verified with a simple finger on Touch ID. In-app Apple Pay purchases are available for iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus users. When the iPad mini 3 and iPad Air 2 are available, those devices will also be able to use Apple Pay within apps thanks to the addition of Touch ID. While all devices with Touch ID can app purchases for physical goods…
  • iOS 8.1 With Apple Pay Now Available, Here’s What Else It Brings To Your iPhone And iPad

    The iPhone Addict
    20 Oct 2014 | 2:58 pm
    Apple’s iOS 8.1 arrives today, and it brings with it some impressive new abilities. First and foremost, at least in terms of its long-term impact, is probably the introduction of Apple Pay, the new mobile payment solution built into iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. But 8.1 also offers the ability to send/receive texts and phone calls from your phone on your… Read More Continue Reading The post iOS 8.1 With Apple Pay Now Available, Here’s What Else It Brings To Your iPhone And iPad appeared first on The iPhone Addict | The #1 Site for iPhone, iPad,…
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  • Review: Logitech Ultrathin Magnetic Clip-On Keyboard Cover for iPad Air

    Thomas
    28 Oct 2014 | 6:48 am
    The Logitech Ultrathin series of keyboards has been around a while now, and they’re probably some of the most-used iPad keyboards. The appeal of the Ultrathin is fairly evident once you see one: the aluminum and plastic keyboard fits over the iPad Air, just like a Smart Cover. However, take it off, plant the iPad in the built-in rest, and you’ve suddenly got a fully functional typing station that’s stable enough to use on your lap, or at a proper desk. The 2014 Ultrathin redesign brought two new tricks to the table: a very clever foldaway iPad hinge, and a tilting iPad stand. The new…
  • Very Late to the New iPad Party This Year

    Patrick Jordan
    25 Oct 2014 | 12:10 pm
    This has been the strangest year yet for me when it comes to the launch of new iPad models. I’ve been under the weather for the last week is my only excuse. I didn’t manage to keep track of exactly when the new iPad Air 2 would be available in Apple retail stores – I kept only seeing details for pre-orders online and store pickup for those who went that rote. I’ve never been a fan of doing the pre-order routine. I’m lucky enough to have a very nice Apple Store a 10 minute drive from my house, so I have always chosen to go line up (in the years when you needed to) or just get to that…
  • Great Tool for Sports Coaches and Schools: Nexstar for iPad Review

    James Potter
    25 Oct 2014 | 10:53 am
    Nexstar, iPad, Apple TV and Coaches Eye used to coach swimming. We use iPads a lot in the school I teach in. In fact, we have issued one to each member of staff and each student. iPads are amazingly useful in the classroom in a variety of different ways, and certainly one of the best features is the camera. Back in the day, you’d have to book a video camera, film what you wanted, download the file, and hope that it was compatible with your creaky PC video editing software. Now, students can just shoot, edit and they are done all on one device. We use iPad in sports coaching in school and…
  • Deals: Mac Dream Desk Giveaway – Contest

    Patrick Jordan
    22 Oct 2014 | 7:27 am
    Step Up Your Desk With A 27in Apple Thunderbolt Display, Wireless Keyboard, Magic Mouse & Laptop Stand Our featured iPad Insight Deal today is a fantastic giveaway contest for Mac users, with these items up for grabs in the contest: A 27in Apple Thunderbolt Monitor An Apple Wireless Keyboard An Apple Magic Mouse An mStand by Rain Design That’s one heck of a power-up for a Mac desktop setup – and a package worth around $1,200. And it’s easy to enter for a chance to win: ONE Step to Win: Submit your email address and click ENTER NOW on the giveaway page. (Make sure it’s valid as…
  • LINE Is Finally Here On iPad!

    Thomas
    22 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    It wasn’t that long ago that I was lamenting the absence of LINE Messenger on the iPad. It’s the one app that my family uses for group chatting, and it was one of the few things that tethered me to my iPhone at home or at coffee shops, when I would rather have just replied from the iPad. However, unbeknownst to me, LINE for iPad was released almost a week ago. It’s not as full-fledged as the iPhone LINE app, but that’s really okay by me. That app has far too much going on inside of it anyway. I don’t need timelines or games or extra editing suites built into my…
 
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  • Review: Uniq Bodycon, LifePro, and Helio for iPhone 6 + Bodycon for iPhone 6 Plus

    Phil Dzikiy
    30 Oct 2014 | 8:10 am
    Bodycon for both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can be directly compared to Switcheasy’s 0.35 case for iPhone 6. As in the case of the similarly-priced 0.35, the even thinner Bodycon — just .3 mm thick — has no button coverage and offers very little drop protection. Helio for iPhone 6 makes no bones about being an artificial leather case, and its low price reflects that. Unlike Bodycon, the volume controls and sleep/wake button are covered here.…
  • News: Tim Cook: ‘I’m proud to be gay’

    Jesse Hollington
    30 Oct 2014 | 6:37 am
    Apple CEO Tim Cook has published an essay on equality in Bloomberg Businessweek, in which he publicly acknowledges that he is gay in an effort to help others who may be struggling with issues of inequality or coming to terms with their own sexual orientation. Cook notes that while he has been open about his sexuality to many of his colleagues, and has never denied his sexuality, he has yet to acknowledge it publicly until now. Cook states outright,…
  • Daily Deal: Slickwraps For iPhone 6, $13.99

    Dennis Lloyd
    30 Oct 2014 | 6:15 am
    Today in iLounge Deals you can pick your own customized Slickwrap for your iPhone 6 for only $13.99—almost 40% off the regular price. With a choice of over 35 different colour and texture options from solid colours to wood grain and more, Slickwraps lets you customize the look of your iPhone to fit your own personal style. Made from ultra-thin, commercial grade vinyl, Slickwraps are tough enough to protect your iPhone from minor scratches and…
  • News: AT&T and Verizon tracking customer web activity

    Jesse Hollington
    29 Oct 2014 | 1:55 pm
    New reports reveal that both AT&T and Verizon have been using unique identifying information to track web activity for their respective mobile customers. According to Wired, Verizon has been “subtly altering” web traffic from its wireless customers for the past two years in order to insert a unique identifier header, or UIDH, that allows the company to identify users on the web and target its Internet advertising. This “perma-cookie”…
  • Review: Trident Case Aegis, Cyclops, Kraken A.M.S. + Perseus for iPhone 6

    Phil Dzikiy
    29 Oct 2014 | 1:42 pm
    Aegis, like a lot of rubber and plastic iPhone 6 cases we’ve seen so far, may spook users when inserting the iPhone for a correct fit. This is even a bit more troublesome than most in that regard, however. The case’s rubber layer comes extremely close to the iPhone 6’s proximity sensor above the ear microphone, which could be an issue. Button coverage is nice and clicky, and the case offers sealed port protection, even offering part-time…
 
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  • iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 Now Available Through T-Mobile

    Jennifer Nguyen
    29 Oct 2014 | 2:54 pm
    T-Mobile customers can now purchase an iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 at T-Mobile.com or at T-Mobile retail locations. All models are available, except the 128GB iPad Air 2, for zero dollars down with 24 monthly payments starting at $26.24 for the 16GB iPad Air 2 and $22.08 for the iPad mini 3. T-Mobile is also still offering its double your data deal. For just $10, the deal allows users to add one tablet and match the data on their Simple Choice voice plan. Correction: The 64GB iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 is $100 down and the 128GB iPad mini 3 model is $199 down. If you rather pay for your iPad…
  • New iPad Games and Apps of the Week: Pixelmator, Battle Academy 2 and More

    Marshall Walker
    24 Oct 2014 | 9:11 am
    As expected, the photo editing application Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) previewed at its 2014 iPad media event was released this week. Pixelmator is available now on the App Store for the introductory rate of $4.99. The iOS version was specifically designed from the ground up for the iPad, and it was built to take advantage of the faster hardware found in the iPad Air 2. The app includes advanced but simple to use photo editing tools to easily enhance and correct images on your iPad. Here's the App Store Link. Here are the rest of this week's most noteworthy iPad app releases for 10/19/14 to…
  • Pixelmator Now Available for the iPad: $4.99 for a Limited Time

    Jennifer Nguyen
    23 Oct 2014 | 9:10 am
    The award-winning Mac app that Apple previewed at its October keynote is now available for the iPad. Pixelmator has been rebuilt from the ground up specifically for iOS 8 and Apple's tablet. During the iPad demo at Apple's keynote, developer Aidas Dailide said that the photo editor is 2x faster on the iPad Air 2 thanks to Apple's new A8X processor. Pixelmator is an advanced photo editing application that features professional effects, templates and tools that allows users to enhance images on the iPad. The app supports advanced image editing with layers and files such as PSD, JPEG, PNG, PDF…
  • Camp Pokémon Now Available for the iPad and iPhone

    Kevin Touch
    22 Oct 2014 | 12:57 pm
    After bringing its online game Pokémon TCG Online to the iPad, The Pokémon Company has released Camp Pokémon to the App Store. The game is aimed at toddlers more than older Pokémon fans, but its release shows that the Nintendo subsidiary is at least willing to embrace mobile devices. The game encourages children ages 6-8 to "discover the amazing world of Pokémon" by participating in activities on a Pokémon-themed island. The app features six games for children to play to sharpen their Pokémon trainer skills. The activities include Poké Ball Throw, Find the Pokémon, trivia and more.
  • Zagg invisibleSHIELD Now Available for iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3

    Marshall Walker
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:02 am
    Zagg is now accepting orders for its invisibleSHIELD screen protector for the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. The invisibleSHIELD is a well trusted film that protects your iPad's display from scratches and abrasions while adding no unnecessary bulk to your device. It comes with a lifetime warranty and it is "engineered from advanced Military Grade technology" with "Nano-Memory Technology that allows it to self–heal" when damaged, according to Zagg. If you order now Zagg will ship your invisibleSHIELD immediately, which means it should arrive before your iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3. Both of…
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  • Reverser Cam for iPhone & iPad

    iPad guy
    30 Oct 2014 | 5:41 am
    Your iPhone or iPad are more than capable of capturing decent photos and footage. There are plenty of apps on the App Store that allow you to edit your work, add filters and effects, and share it with others. Reverser Cam happens to be a cool app that lets you record backward videos on your iOS device. Reverser Cam has a simple user interface. You can record backward videos and preview your videos. Once you are ready, you can share your videos with others or delete the ones you don’t like. If you have the Reverser, you can reverse any video you have in your library already. Reverser Cam…
  • 3 Food Allergy Apps for iOS

    iPad guy
    29 Oct 2014 | 5:29 am
    In a perfect world, nobody would have to deal with any food allergy. But that is not reality. Just because you are allergic to certain ingredients, it does not mean you can’t eat delicious foods. You just have to make sure you avoid ingredients that cause your body trouble. These 3 food allergy apps can help with that: Substitutions: designed for folks who want to substitute for certain food ingredients or are allergic to certain ones. The app is universal. mySymptoms: a food and symptom tracker that helps you figure out possible triggers for your symptoms. It lets you record foods,…
  • iMathematics for iPad

    iPad guy
    27 Oct 2014 | 5:10 am
    Math may not be everyone’s favorite topic, but we all have to take it in school at some point. Whether you are taking algebra, geometry, probability, or other advanced topics, it is always nice to have a tool that can show you useful formulas and help you become better at math. iMathematics is such an app. It has a ton of formulas, tools, and quizzes to help you take your math knowledge to the next level. The app has a user-friendly interface and offers over 1000 formulas, definitions, and theorems to get you started. It also has useful tools, like fraction approximator, quadratic…
  • TuneIn Radio Pro for iPad

    iPad guy
    26 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    Many of us use our iPads or iPhones to listen to music, play games, and try all kinds of fun apps. You can also use your device to keep up with sports, news, and talk radio stations. Apps such as TuneIn Radio Pro make the process a whole lot easier. This particular app brings aa ton of radio stations and podcasts to your device, so you are never going to feel bored. TuneIn Radio is a univeresal app that brings over 100k radio stations and supports millions of podcast programs. You can use it to easily find the type of content you are looking for, whether its music, news, talk radio, and…
  • 4 Math Formula Apps for iPad

    iPad guy
    24 Oct 2014 | 5:45 am
    Memorizing math formulas is not something we all have to do. But when you are taking a math class or preparing for a test, you may need to do so. People used to buy math formula books years ago. Now you can rely on math formula apps and websites to learn new things to memorize. Here are 4 math formula apps you don’t want to miss: Math Formulas: covers over 100 math formulas at high school level. It covers algebra, geometry, calculus, trigonometry, probability, and other topics. iMathematics: covers over 1000 formulas for arithmetic, algebra, probability, plane geometry, and more. It…
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  • Ultimate Smartphone apps for your Car

    Sachin
    6 Oct 2014 | 10:58 pm
    In the years to come, the cars that are yet to be developed will need no driver to be in control. It is a future vision that can be foretold due to the technology right now. Though if such cars come to the real world they will only be utilized in closed environments and preserved […]
  • iPad Printing On The Go With PrinterOn

    Shane
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:39 pm
    If you are like me, you love your iPad as much as a person is comfortable admitting that they love an inanimate object. If there was one thing that would only make you love Apple’s crowing jewel just a little bit more it would be the ability to print a little easier. Of course the […]
  • Sharing Huge Data on Cloud Servers Quickly!

    Sachin
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:39 pm
    Introduction Sharing files on cloud servers was a headache for most of the business enterprises that keep their entire information online for maintaining the communication bridges but not anymore! With advanced cloud integration technologies, seeding and peer systems have come into the scenario that make data uploading and sharing remarkably faster! There have been several […]
  • The Best iPad Cleaning Cloth [Plus A Giveaway]

    Shane
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:39 pm
    Do you have the best iPad cleaning cloth you could buy?  I thought I did.  I had a really nice cloth that was this great blue material which seemed to to a good enough job getting smudges off my iPad. And you know how often this happens: just about every time you pick it up […]
  • How to Use Home Sharing on iPad

    George J Harris
    1 Sep 2014 | 11:39 pm
    Introduced in iTunes 9, Home Sharing was initially designed to allow you to share music and copy files between iTunes on different computers over a local network. But with iTunes 10.2, you can now use Home Sharing on iPad to stream content to iOS devices as well. Here’s how it works. Using Home Sharing on iPad – iTunes […]
 
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  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Opens Up About Equality, ‘I’m Proud to be Gay’

    Lory
    30 Oct 2014 | 9:20 am
    In an editorial this week in Bloomberg Businessweek, Apple CEO told the world he is gay. The company has long been an open supporter of equality for people of any gender, race, or sexuality. Cook’s decision to publicly announce his homosexuality comes as he has been faced with a desire to do more in support of human rights and equality. In the essay, Cook mentions a quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, who said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’ ” Pondering that question has led him to let the world know that he is gay. Cook has not…
  • The Gamers’ Guide to iPad Games Fishes Out the Best Titles for Gamers

    Lory
    30 Oct 2014 | 8:20 am
    Since the development of mobile devices, and more specifically, the iPhone, gaming culture has changed significantly. People that used to call themselves “gamers” were a very small and passionate community that dedicated much of their waking hours playing video games. With the popularity of mobile games, so came the popularity of casual games. In turn, many, many more people associated themselves with the gamer community. When the iPad first launched, it was also considered to be little more than a mobile device dedicated to casual games. However, since the launch of the iPad Air and its…
  • iOS 8 Now On Half of All Apple Mobile Devices

    Lory
    29 Oct 2014 | 1:55 pm
    After Oct. 20, when Apple updated its mobile operating system to 8.1, iOS saw a spike in adoption. Thanks to such things as Continuity, iCloud Drive, iPhoto Library, and Apple Pay, users were ready to update. According to Apple’s developer webpage, since Oct. 5, has increased by five percent and passed the halfway mark to 52 percent. While still not as quickly adopted as iOS 7, Apple’s newest operating system is gaining steam. Early adoption reports of iOS 8 showed that software download was at a crawl. Shortly after the launch, 46 percent of devices were running iOS 8, but that…
  • Apple Pay’s Biggest Competitor and Retailer Backed Payment System CurrentC Hacked

    Sam
    29 Oct 2014 | 12:24 pm
    If Apple Pay users were told their financial information was going to be stored on iCloud servers I’m pretty sure that Apple Pay would be dead in the water after the recent iCloud security breach. If the day comes when there is a break of trust with Apple Pay, then people will likely stop using it and that is a reputation which would be hard to rebuild. CurrentC is building a smart phone commerce system which bypasses credit cards and uses the cloud to store personal information, and they have announced that a hacker accessed customer email addresses. This breach isn’t enough to stop the…
  • Logitech Launches Keys-to-Go iPad Portable Keyboard, Updates Cases for iPad Air 2

    Lory
    29 Oct 2014 | 10:06 am
    I love using an external keyboard to type with my iPad. It really enhances my productivity on the touch screen device. Personally, my favorite keyboard case is Logitech’s FabricSkin Keyboard Folio, but some people may not necessarily want to hide their iPad Air inside a case. Or, they may want a keyboard that will work with all different models of iPad. Today, Logitech announced the Keys-To-Go keyboard, which is a standalone ultra slim keyboard that is as small as the tablet, but doesn’t require you to have a specific model (or even an iPad, for that matter). It is 9.53 inches wide, 5.39…
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  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – October 30, 2014

    Jerry Collins
    30 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    Looking for great apps at a fraction of their regular price? We’ve found 62 iPhone and iPad apps that are currently on sale. This app deal alert includes Skip-Bo, iNoteBox, Star Walk Kids, Phase 10, Redemption Cemetery, InstaLogo Logo Creator, Dead Space, Deluxe Moon Pro, Skip-Bo, Yesterday, Phantasmat, Spotlight Drums Pro, Publisher Star, Papa Sangre II 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…
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – October 30, 2014

    Damian Ragar
    30 Oct 2014 | 3:58 am
    Need more apps for your favorite device? iOSnoops can help! Here are 31 iPhone and iPad apps that have just gone free. This apps gone free alert includes Pac-Man Friends, Good News, Sales Tax Discount & Tip Calculator • Price Calculation, Weather Widget, Spoiler Shield, Instaflash Pro, Spirogrow, DropTask, Sega Go Dance 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 Matrix. You can also check out…
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – October 30, 2014

    Stefani Lain
    30 Oct 2014 | 3:56 am
    Need new apps for your favorite device? Here are 27 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that just hit the App Store. This new apps alert includes Space Race, Metal Skies, Amazing Cube, ProShot, PureNotes, Auxy, Target Wish List, Piano, Greyhound, Sumptus, ProShot, Baby Playground 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 Space Race - Real Endless…
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  • Belkin Qode Slim Style Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2 and iPad Air

    iPad2Blog
    28 Oct 2014 | 2:35 pm
    This Belkin Qode Slim Style Keyboard Case for iPad Air 2 and iPad Air  is an ultra-thin and lightweight keyboard case made of water-repellent material with a magnetic closure. The keyboard of the Belkin case folds into media mode, allowing comfortable handheld use, with magnets that hold securely your iPad Air 2 at the right […]
  • Belkin Slim Style Case Cover for iPad Air 2 and iPad Air

    iPad2Blog
    26 Oct 2014 | 2:32 pm
    The Belkin Slim Style Case Cover for iPad Air 2  is an interesting case with an ultra-thin, light-weight design. Like other Belkin products this case is made of  water repellent durable material with a  soft microfiber inner lining The case allows for multiple viewing angles, and a comfortable angle perfect for typing. The case features […]
  • Black Friday iPad Deals 2014

    iPad2Blog
    13 Oct 2014 | 1:32 pm
    Apple products remain one of the top selling electronic devices and they always sell out quickly during the holidays. The usual Black Friday iPad deals for 2014 will be similar to previous years, with older versions heavily discounted and limited quantities of newer versions being discounted.  Year after year, iPad updates with new features, so […]
  • QQ-Tech PU Leather Case with Removable Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad Air

    iPad2Blog
    20 Dec 2013 | 1:18 pm
    From QQ-Tech an interesting Case with a detachable bluetooth keyboard to provide a laptop-like experience for your iPad Air. The QQ-Tech PU Leather Case with Removable Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad Air is made of high quality PU leather offering an adequate level of protection. The Bluetooth keyboard is super slim and light weight (only 7 […]
  • Fintie Shield Series Case with Built in Kickstand for iPad Air

    iPad2Blog
    19 Dec 2013 | 12:44 am
    The Fintie Shield Series Case with Built in Kickstand for iPad Air is a kickstand case with a Dual Layer construction: The soft TPU inner sleeve offers great shock absorption and abrasion resistance while maintaining a thin form factor, while the impact-resistant reinforced hard plastic shell back cover provide great protection against impacts and drops. […]
 
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  • New iPad App ExhibitView™ 5

    iPad Apps Rile
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:15 pm
    We stumbled across and new legal app for trial lawyers that was recently released. This iPad app was created by the developer ExhibitView Solutions and was released in September. For trial attorneys who need dynamic tools for presenting slides and documents in court, this new app may be a good solution.  The app is called ExhibitView™ 5 and has been custom designed for the iPad interface. It is a powerful courtroom app that is easy to use in the high pressure trail setting. For an attorney, making persuasive arguments and case presentations for hearings, mediations and trials is a…
  • iPad App Game: Freaks

    iPad Apps Rile
    24 Aug 2014 | 8:45 pm
    In this review we’re taking a look at a new iPad app that was just released on the iTunes app store.  This game app was released a few days ago by the developer Ran Elmaliach. The name of this game app is called FREAKS. Freaks is a physics puzzle game app (video demo below the fold). This game app is nicely illustrated and we think you’ll find it easy to navigate. The premise of the game is to release the princess who is trapped in the odd world of the freaks. You’re job is to break the freaks into pieces in order to save the princess.  This iPad game app is available…
  • New iPad/iPhone App: Photos to Photos Re-Launched Today

    jhelms
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:04 pm
    In this review we’re taking a look at a new iPad app. In fact today is a big day for the developer at Photos to Photos, Inc because they are re-launching their new app on the iTunes app store. The name of this new app is Photos to Photos and we’re excited to review the newest release of this app update. Photos to Photos is a game app that centers on social sharing of photo collation. The object of this app game is to upload your best photo in response to specific adjective in the prompt. We liked that you are able to compete against friends who also submit their best photo…
  • Spelling Super Star For iPad

    iPad Apps Rile
    15 Apr 2014 | 10:11 am
    We’ve discovered a cool and fun iPad app to help youngsters learn to spell better. This app was released on the App Store on February 11th by the developer Jason Sciss. This spelling app is called Spelling Super Star and is compatible with iOS 4.3 or later devices. Spelling Super Star has cracked the code on making learning to spell a fun exercise. We really liked the colorful graphics and easy to use interface. When you first tap and open the game you’ll be offered a choice of category and level of challenge that you want. For every 10 words that you spell correctly the timer…
  • iGOmii for iPad Available Now

    iPad Apps Rile
    19 Mar 2014 | 5:21 am
    In this review we’ll take a look at a brand new iPad App that was released on the iTunes App store on February 7, 2014. This stylish travel app lets you create interactive maps of your favorite that you visit. The developer is Igomii and they’ve developed a really cool and unique app that we think you’ll enjoy. The app is called iGOmii for iPad and it is packed full of a ton of great features. iGOmii for iPad comes with over 150 styles of map pins that are categorized to easily show your favourite places, museums, parks, places for kids, or any of the other major categories. This…
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  • OneNote Update

    Justin Kahn
    28 Oct 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Microsoft’s OneNote app was updated to version 2.5.2 for iOS8. Now, you can insert file attachments and printouts stored in the cloud without leaving the app. You will need to install iOS8 and use cloud storage. “In OneNote for iPad, tap Insert and then choose either File or PDF Printout; in OneNote for iPhone, tap anywhere on a page to bring up the keyboard, then tap the paperclip icon on the command bar above the keyboard. From here, choose your favorite cloud storage service—tap on Location if you don’t see it in the list—and you’ll be able to insert files into your…
  • Pixelmator for iPad

    Justin Kahn
    27 Oct 2014 | 8:10 pm
    Pixelmator for iPad has been released. The $4.99 app is a powerful image editor for your iPad. You can edit any image already in your photo library or touch up an image you take with the camera. Once you make changes to the image, you can easily share it in various formats including Pixelmator, PNG, JPEG, or Photoshop. The methods of sharing include AirDrop, Message, Twitter and more. A couple of weeks ago, a teaser video was released to show off the app in action. The developer also makes the well known Pixelmator for Mac available in the App Store for $29.99. The app allows you to draw or…
  • Turning on Handoff

    Justin Kahn
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:03 pm
    One of the newest features of Yosemite and iOS8.1 is the ability to use a function called handoff. This service allows you to continue working on one device where you left off on the other. The app must be handoff capable and the settings must be set up. It should happen automatically when your devices (Mac and iOS) are signed in to the same iCloud account. You can learn more about the continuity feature from Apple. To use the service, your Mac must be updated and running Yosemite. Your iOS device must have 8.1 installed. Both your Mac and iOS device must have the version 4.0 of bluetooth.
  • 8.1 Available for Download

    Justin Kahn
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:14 pm
    You can now download iOS 8.1, the latest update. On your iOS device, tap settings > General > Software Update. Plug your iOS device in and tap through the various terms and conditions. The biggest addition is Apple Pay service.
  • Setting up iCloud Drive

    Justin Kahn
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:40 am
    With the release of Yosemite, Apple’s latest operating system for Mac computers, a new feature/service has become available. iCloud Drive allows you to store various files, whether presentations, spreadsheets, PDFs, images or any other document. Once the materials are stored there, you can access them from your iOS devices running iOS 8. These include iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC. Some apps you have may need or rely upon the ability to store files in iCloud Drive. The process of upgrading or updating to iCloud Drive is straightforward. You will need to turn the service on both your iOS 8…
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  • Top 10 iPhone 6 wallpapers

    Oliver Green
    19 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    If you are looking for a new image to snazz up  your iPhone 6′s home page, then you have come to the right place – in this article, we are taking a look at some of the best iPhone 6 wallpapers available, and providing download links for those images that just fit perfectly on the [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at Top 10 iPhone 6 wallpapers for Geeknaut
  • Cool iOS 8 Tips and Tricks

    Oliver Green
    6 Oct 2014 | 3:57 am
    iOS 8 has now been available for a while now, and whilst the most immediate changes can be spotted from afar, there are a lot of new features that you may not be aware of. In this article we take a look at some of the most useful tips and tricks you can learn to [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at Cool iOS 8 Tips and Tricks for Geeknaut
  • Turn Your Tablet into a Remote Media Player with these Tips

    Oliver Green
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:24 am
    If you have an old Android, iOS or even Windows Phone devices lying around, you might want to pick it up and take a look at how it could be useful in your day to day life. There are many uses for old tablets and smartphones, however in this article we are offering some tips [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at Turn Your Tablet into a Remote Media Player with these Tips for Geeknaut
  • Top 5 Most Exciting New iOS 8 Features – HomeKit, Multitasking and More

    Oliver Green
    9 Sep 2014 | 2:04 am
    iOS 8 has been in beta stage for a few months now, but with the Apple iPhone 5 planned for release today, we can finally see iOS 8 make it to full release. Whilst a lot of changes in iOS 8 are done behind the scenes and for the Apple development scene, there are a [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at Top 5 Most Exciting New iOS 8 Features – HomeKit, Multitasking and More for Geeknaut
  • No Sound on iPad – A Few Fixes to Sound Issues on Apple Tablets

    Oliver Green
    28 Aug 2014 | 7:26 am
    There may be a few fixes to the no sound on iPad bug, and fixing it for yourself will involve some trial and error. Whether it’s a software-side bug, or a setting that needs to be changed, this guide should help you to find out exactly what the cause of your lack of sound is [&hellipWritten by Oliver Green at No Sound on iPad – A Few Fixes to Sound Issues on Apple Tablets for Geeknaut
 
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  • Belkin Covers the iPad Airs in Tough Chambray Cloth Inside a New Folio

    alex
    28 Oct 2014 | 5:59 pm
    The way Belkin’s Chambray Cover is constructed, it can fit both iPad Air and iPad Air 2. The folio tablet case locks the device via four protective corner mounts made from flexible silicone, which gently hug the older version and the newer, slightly thinner, device. Durable exterior is combined with ultra-soft interior lining providing great impact and scratch protection. Despite shielding the device from all sides, the case still keeps the access to all ports and buttons completely open. Multiple-angle integrated stand is a very nice addition and so is the magnetic lock, which keeps the…
  • Top 5 iPad Cases for Kids Made to Fit the iPad Mini 2 and iPad Mini 3

    alex
    28 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    With the launch of the Apple iPad Mini 3 Apple did a great favor to all parents who are educating and pacifying their kids by giving them the 7-inch Cupertino wonder. The iPad Mini 3 boasts exactly the same size as its predecessor – iPad Mini 2, meaning all accessories designed for the older one will also fit the new device, including the tablet cases for kids. There’s a great variety of protective iPad cases for kids out there, but only a few can really be called the best. We’ve browsed through a lot of accessories and bring you top 5 iPad cases for kids compatible with both iPad Mini…
  • iPad Air 2 Fuels a Higher Octane With a New Folio Case From Incipio

    alex
    28 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    Octane Folio is another high-class folio tablet case designed by Incipio specifically for the iPad Air 2. It comes with their famous Plextonium polycarbonate shell, which provides excellent impact protection while keeping the case lightweight. The Flex2O TPU bumper combined with faux-leather cover complete the all-round protection maintaining case’s slim profile. The mix of translucent back and contrasting color bumper ensures the case offers not only great protective capabilities, but good looks as well. The case comes with integrated stand functionality offering multiple angles. About…
  • iPad Air 2 Tries to Get Even Slimmer With a New Folio From Griffin

    alex
    27 Oct 2014 | 5:59 pm
    Griffin is serious about protecting the iPad Air 2 from damage, while keeping its functionality intact, and launches yet another case for the newest Apple tablet – Slim Folio. Just like the name suggests the folio tablet case is ultra-slim, but does the job of protecting the tablet well, and while shielding it from bumps and bruises still manages to keep the access to ports and buttons open. The microsuede interior lining provides great scratch protection, while the reclining cover acts as an integrated stand with multiple viewing angles. About Griffin: Griffin Technology began designing…
  • iPad Air 2 Déjà vu With the a New Stylish Folio From Targus

    alex
    27 Oct 2014 | 10:00 am
    Targus is about to unleash a horde of iPad Air 2 cases on the unsuspecting world. The maker will offer close to 20 different accessories for the newest Apple tablet, one of the most interesting ones from that list will most probably by the VuStyle. We’ve already familiar with this folio tablet case from its previous reincarnations, and it doesn’t disappoint this time either. It offers great protection without tons of extra bulk, and with direct access to all ports and buttons. The case comes with a couple of card slots, a stylus holder and an integrated stand offering multiple viewing…
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