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  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – July 23, 2014

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    Damian Ragar
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:58 am
    Need your daily fix of free apps? We’ve handpicked 32 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are free today only. This apps gone free alert includes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run, Kick the Buddy: Second Kick, Bonza Word Puzzle, Pou, Retromatic 2.0, Makanim, Thunderspace, CameraBag 2, InstantSave, ArtRage 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 our…
  • New iSO 8 Preview for Apple iPad

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    gripdown
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:21 am
    Coming This Fall 2014 iPhone, iPad, and Mac iOS 8 is the most important iOS launch ever for iPad ,iPone and Mac — for builders and everybody else. But that wasn’t the objective. We merely got down to create probably the most pure expertise. Each enhancement has a goal. Every new characteristic deserves to be a brand new characteristic. Each operate is extra thought-about, every subsequent step is extra efficient. It all provides as much as an excellent higher expertise — one that’s pleasantly shocking at first and turns into totally indispensable earlier than you understand…
  • itSeez3D: The Mobile 3D Scanner App That Creates Realistic 3D Models

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    junior
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:37 pm
    itSeez3D is a mobile 3D scanner that allows your iPad, with the Occipital’s Structure Sensor, to capture color and structure information of the world and process them into realistic 3D models. Use it to scan your family and friends as well as things you would like to copy in 3D, e.g., toys, shoes etc. Share your 3D models on sketchfab.com from the app and become a part of the growing 3D community! Other features include: Capture high-resolution color and structure data Augmented reality feedback is used to improve your scanning experience Send captured data to the cloud and get a great 3D…
  • Apple to Release Public Beta of OS X Yosemite with Powerful iOS Integration

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    Sam
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:36 pm
    iOS has been a game changer for Apple and as the devices which run it become more powerful, iOS hasn’t started to look more like OS X, as some surmised would happen, but just the opposite with OS X clearly looking more like iOS with each version. If you are an iPad owner who still uses Windows, however, then OS X Yosemite might be a substantial reason to finally take the plunge into an Apple computer. Our mobile devices are at the center of our lives and Yosemite has the potential to make our Macs the best iOS accessory ever. Apple is making the beta version of Yosemite available on…
  • Apple Working With Swatch For iWatch With Multiple Designs, Price Points?

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    The iPhone Addict
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:30 pm
    Apple may be working with manufacturing partners like Swatch to create multiple versions of the iWatch that are available in a range of styles and price points, according to a questionable report from VentureBeat, citing a source with knowledge of Apple’s plans. While most Apple-watchers and media have been laser-focused on one or two “iWatches” from Apple itself, the Cupertino, Calif.-based electronics and media giant may actually be working a number of partners in the watch business. Apple and its partners will offer a family of smartwatches to suit all tastes “from…
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  • itSeez3D: The Mobile 3D Scanner App That Creates Realistic 3D Models

    junior
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:37 pm
    itSeez3D is a mobile 3D scanner that allows your iPad, with the Occipital’s Structure Sensor, to capture color and structure information of the world and process them into realistic 3D models. Use it to scan your family and friends as well as things you would like to copy in 3D, e.g., toys, shoes etc. Share your 3D models on sketchfab.com from the app and become a part of the growing 3D community! Other features include: Capture high-resolution color and structure data Augmented reality feedback is used to improve your scanning experience Send captured data to the cloud and get a great 3D…
  • itSeez3D: The Mobile 3D Scanner App That Creates Realistic 3D Models

    junior
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:35 pm
    itSeez3D is a mobile 3D scanner that allows your iPad, with the Occipital’s Structure Sensor, to capture color and structure information of the world and process them into realistic 3D models. Use it to scan your family and friends as well as things you would like to copy in 3D, e.g., toys, shoes etc. Share your 3D models on sketchfab.com from the app and become a part of the growing 3D community! Other features include: Capture high-resolution color and structure data Augmented reality feedback is used to improve your scanning experience Send captured data to the cloud and get a great 3D…
  • The Bubble Bomps: Emotional intelligence education made simple

    junior
    27 Apr 2014 | 10:21 am
    Amid a growing focus on emotional awareness as a critical piece of early childhood development, WeeFeel Inc. today introduces The Bubble Bomps 1.0 for iPad, the first in a series of apps to help kids foster essential emotional skills. The educational app is a fantastic conversation-starter about what happens when children get the giggles and can’t calm down. This new story-based vehicle offers kids and parents a new way to identify and better manage their own feelings. Parents do everything they possibly can to give kids what they need to grow up well. Most of those efforts are focused…
  • Brainfeed Promises To Change The Way Children Engage With Education

    junior
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:56 am
    Brainfeed features educational, inspiring and entertaining short (< 10 minutes) and documentary-style videos for children seven and up. Curated by passionate educators, videos are selected to be of the highest quality, curriculum-based, engaging and visually stimulating. The application is designed specifically for children but also appeals to adults because it provides a safe, age-appropriate viewing experience free of advertising and inappropriate content. Try it out ! App Name: Brainfeed App Category: Education App Store, iPad…
  • TidyUp: Clean the room & house – puzzle for smart kids

    junior
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:49 am
    Here is a smart way to use your kids’ screen time – TidyUp! The game teaches kids where different objects in the room belong and also new vocabulary (different sentences for each item if the touch it, if they place it on right or wrong place in the room), the game speaks English and was tested on small kids already. Professional American actor recorded the voice. They have to move objects to the right places on the screen. Each object speaks if you move it to the right place, give advice if you move it to the wrong place or introduces itself if you touch it. All recordings are…
 
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  • Apple to Release Public Beta of OS X Yosemite with Powerful iOS Integration

    Sam
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:36 pm
    iOS has been a game changer for Apple and as the devices which run it become more powerful, iOS hasn’t started to look more like OS X, as some surmised would happen, but just the opposite with OS X clearly looking more like iOS with each version. If you are an iPad owner who still uses Windows, however, then OS X Yosemite might be a substantial reason to finally take the plunge into an Apple computer. Our mobile devices are at the center of our lives and Yosemite has the potential to make our Macs the best iOS accessory ever. Apple is making the beta version of Yosemite available on…
  • Modern Combat 5: Blackout Launches Today in New Zealand, Midnight in U.S.

    Lory
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:31 pm
    The next installment in the most popular first-person shooter (FPS) series of games on iOS has just hit the market. Android-based device owners in the U.S. can already download Modern Combat 5 from Google Play. The New Zealand App Store launched it earlier this afternoon, and reports are coming in that U.S. residents will be able to download the game by midnight. Depending on your time zone, it might be available as early as 10:00 p.m. tonight. Modern Combat 5: Blackout lets user step back into the FPS action to lead a team of soldiers through the war torn landscape. You can create squads add…
  • Apple Follows Up on Denial of Backdoor Vulnerabilities with Explanation of Questionable Services

    Lory
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:42 am
    Security researcher and iOS forensic expert Jonathan Zdziarski caused a raucous at Apple headquarters earlier this week when he spoke about his belief that the iPad maker has intentionally included undocumented surveillance services that potentially allow the government and criminals access to your most private information. As predicted, Apple quickly released a statement denying any nefarious activities. However, the company’s explanation was vague and easy to misinterpret. Zdziarski followed up on Apple’s statement with further questions regarding why the company includes these services…
  • Despite Drop in Sales, Apple Confident About the Future of iPad

    Lory
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:32 am
    Yesterday, Apple revealed the fiscal third quarter results for 2014. Sales of iPad units have drop below analysts’ expectation, but still remains strong in the market. During the investor’s conference call, which took place at 3:00 p.m. PT, Apple CEO Tim Cook remarked that he was “bullish” about the future of the tablet market and the iPad has plenty of room for future growth. During the conference call, Cook recognized that, although sales of the iPad met internal expectations, they fell short of what analysts were hoping for during the third quarter, a traditionally slow portion of…
  • Apple Announces 3rd Quarter 2014 Results – iPhone Sales up 12.7% While iPads Sales Sink 9.2%

    Lory
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:24 pm
    The third quarter is traditionally a low-performing one since many tech fans are waiting patiently for Apple to launch the next-generation gadget, which traditionally launches at the end of the fourth quarter. Today, Apple announced third quarter results for fiscal year 2014 and the numbers are lackluster, at best. Apple exceeded revenue across the board from the same period last year in all categories except iPod and iPad. The iPad performed lower from the same period last year and from last quarter. Unfortunately, Apple appears to be experiencing stagnation when it comes to the tablet line.
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  • Apple Working With Swatch For iWatch With Multiple Designs, Price Points?

    The iPhone Addict
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:30 pm
    Apple may be working with manufacturing partners like Swatch to create multiple versions of the iWatch that are available in a range of styles and price points, according to a questionable report from VentureBeat, citing a source with knowledge of Apple’s plans. While most Apple-watchers and media have been laser-focused on one or two “iWatches” from Apple itself, the Cupertino, Calif.-based electronics and media giant may actually be working a number of partners in the watch business. Apple and its partners will offer a family of smartwatches to suit all tastes “from…
  • Apple in Talks With Credit Card Companies Over Payment Solution, Could Launch Mobile ‘Wallet’ This Fall

    The iPhone Addict
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:24 pm
    Apple’s talks with companies in the payment industry have been heating up in recent months, according to a new report from The Information. Apple executives have discussed launching a mobile payment solution as soon as this fall, allowing users to pay for physical goods with their iPhones. Apple is currently speaking with credit card company Visa over a possible partnership, a move that would bypass third-party payment processors resulting in direct savings for retailers and customers. Apple’s payment solution is said to work with a “secured element” within the iPhone,…
  • Comprehensive List of Apps Compatible With iOS 8 Beta 4 [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:53 pm
    Our forum members are building a comprehensive list of all the apps that function in iOS 8 beta 4, which may be helpful for users who have installed the beta or who plan to install it. The list also includes apps that are known to be broken and apps that work but have specific issues. Notable apps that fully work with the beta include 1Password, Dropbox, Deliveries, Google Chrome, Instagram, Pandora, Rdio, Tweetbot 3, and Vine. Other apps, like Facebook and Snapchat work as well, but have some issues with videos. Popular apps that do not work with the beta at this point in time include Adobe…
  • Fantastical for iPhone/iPad Gains Snooze and Birthday Notifications, Goes on Sale [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:30 pm
    Fantastical 2 for the iPhone and the iPad were today updated to version 2.1, adding several new features to both mobile apps including a new Snooze feature, event invitation notifications, birthday notifications, and more. The biggest new feature, Snooze, allows users push back notification times for calendar events or reminders using either preset times or custom set durations, a useful function when a notification pops up and needs to be paused until a later time. Along with Snooze, the 2.1 update adds notifications for upcoming birthdays and event invitations, plus it’s possible to…
  • OS X Yosemite to Launch in Late October, 12-inch Retina MacBook and 4K Desktop in the Works

    The iPhone Addict
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:47 pm
    Following an earlier report on the launch of the iPhone 6 and iOS 8, 9to5Mac has released a second report with details on OS X Yosemite and Apple’s fall Mac plans. As has been previously mentioned, OS X Yosemite will launch in October, following iOS 8′s September release alongside the iPhone 6. The final Yosemite Developer Preview is expected to be seeded to developers on September 29, with a final golden master build coming around October 10, which suggests a late-October public launch date for Yosemite. October will also see the potential introduction of the iWatch, as has been…
 
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  • iPad Sales Down, iPad Usage Share Still Lapping the Field

    Patrick Jordan
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Apple announced their latest quarter’s financial results yesterday afternoon. In among the headline numbers in the results was the figure for iPads sold last quarter: 13.28 million. That’s viewed as a disappointing number, and is down over 9% from the same quarter in 2013. As Apple Insider reports, Tim Cook seems as confident as ever in the iPad’s future though: Cook also cited statistics that show Apple dominating the tablet market, and the fact that more than half of iPad buyers are purchasing their first tablet.He also touted his company’s newly announced partnership with IBM,…
  • Screens VNC for iPad review: Ideal for Productivity and Pranking!

    James Potter
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:45 am
    Mac on your iPad In my first teaching job, my school at the time had a remote desktop system going where I could use my dodgy old computer at home to remotely connect to a desktop at school which gave me access to all of the programs I needed to prepare my lessons. I remember thinking it was almost like witchcraft – having more than one computer on your computer! It actually worked pretty well in the early days of broadband (despite having to set it to 16 colour mode!). This was a feature that I sorely missed when I moved schools. Jump in the DeLoren and get to 88.8 mph and fast forward…
  • My Incredible Body iPad Review: Like Innerspace but Educational!

    James Potter
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:49 am
    If only Dennis Quaid had this app in 1987. Back in primary school I remember learning about the internals of the human body by constructing a digestive system out of toilet rolls. Needless to say, that summer I probably used more toilet tissue than I needed too in an effort to get enough toilet rolls together. The results were awesome though. I plonked a marble through the cardboard oesophagus and proudly demonstrated to my parents the wonders of the human digestive system. I’m assuming my model had the equivalent of the runs as my marble got through in about 5 seconds. Now, the days of…
  • iPad Art: Celebrity Portrait of Maurice from Planet of the Apes

    Patrick Jordan
    20 Jul 2014 | 10:19 am
    OK, this just became my favorite ever celebrity portrait created on an iPad – and that’s saying something because there are some incredible ones out there. But how you can resist this one of Maurice, one of the stars of the new ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ movie (and the previous Rise of the Planet of the Apes)? This is the work of Michael Acosta, shared to our Google+ iPad Art community – created using the Paper by 53 app and the new Adonit Jot Touch. It’s been shown that Orangutans are able to get a lot of joy from iPads, so perhaps some of them would enjoy this piece as…
  • Mobile Digital Art & Creativity Summit: an Event Focused on All Aspects of Mobile Creativity

    Patrick Jordan
    20 Jul 2014 | 10:01 am
    I’m a long-time and big-time admirer of art created on iPads, as many of you will know if you’ve been a reader of iPad Insight for any length of time. So right about now I’m wishing I lived somewhere near Palo Alto, California – so that I could go and enjoy this Mobile Digital Art & Creativity Summit. It strikes me as both a celebration of the wonderful work done by iPad artists and also a chance for those artists, and aspiring digital artists, to collaborate and learn. That’s just my quick take though – here’s a far better introduction via the organizers of this event:…
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  • First Look: Spigen Thin Fit / A for iPhone 6 (4.7”)

    Jeremy Horwitz
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:44 pm
    How confident is Spigen in the size, shape, and dimensions of Apple's as-yet-unannounced iPhone 6 / iPhone Air? Enough to debut Thin Fit and Thin Fit A ($15), new form-fitting shells made to protect the sides and backs of Apple's next-generation 4.7"-screened iPhone. The basic Thin Fit versions come in clear and opaque versions, including one non-slip black version, slightly pearlescent white, and light blue. Each has holes for the side-mounted…
  • Mac: Booq Cobra Pack (2014)

    Nick Guy
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:36 am
    We’ll be the first to admit that a price tag of close to $300 seems high for a backpack, but at least when it comes from Booq, you know you’re getting something good for the money. The 2014 edition of its Cobra Pack ($295) is one of several bags the company has released this year. It’s also the sequel to a pack of the same name we first covered in 2011. ...
  • News: Report: Apple ‘tentatively’ plans mid-September iPhone event

    Phil Dzikiy
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:55 am
    Apple is “tentatively” planning an event for mid-September to announce the iPhone 6, 9to5Mac reports. Though not a surprise — numerous reports have all pegged September for the iPhone 6 reveal — the new report claims the second and third weeks of September are the most likely weeks for the event, though plans are still yet to be finalized. If the event was held on a Tuesday, as is commonplace, it would be held on September 9 or 16,…
  • News: Daily Deal: Get eight UI Kits for iOS 8 for only $24.99

    Dennis Lloyd
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:33 am
    In today’s iLounge Deal we’re offering up a package of eight user interface kits for iOS 8 design for only $24.99. Rolled into eight Photoshop PSD files in Retina resolution, this comprehensive kit of 700+ handcrafted and unique UI elements is designed to meet Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines for iOS apps, saving you time and providing design creativity for building your iOS 8 apps. Updated, iOS 8 ready assets are even bundled…
  • News: Apple faces class action suit in California for labor violations

    Phil Dzikiy
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:08 am
    A lawsuit filed by Apple employees in December 2011 has been given class action status, as the company is being sued for labor violations in California, TechCrunch reports. Those alleged violations include not providing employees with timely meal and rest breaks, or timely paychecks. According to the plaintiffs, the case affects approximately 20,000 Apple employees. No financial demands have been made as of yet. Notably, this case is not to be confused…
 
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  • Apple Maintains Huge Lead in Tablet Market Share, Even as iPad Sales Slip

    Penelope Wang
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:44 pm
    As Apple announced its third quarter earnings yesterday after the closing bell, it disclosed that iPad sales numbered 13.28 million for the June quarter, indicating a drop off of 9.2% year-over-year. Despite the disappointing numbers, Apple remains confident about the iPad's future. During yesterday's earnings conference call, CEO Tim Cook said that iPad sales met Apple's internal expectations, but he realized they didn't meet many investors' expectations. He pointed to several factors - "our sales were gated in-part by a reduction in channel inventory and in-part by market softness in…
  • Bandai Namco Announces Outcast Odyssey Collectible Card Game for Mobile Devices

    Kevin Touch
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:34 pm
    Bandai Namco today announced a new collectible card game named Outcast Odyssey. The company will preview the game alongside two new Pac-Man titles at San Diego Comic Con on July 24th to July 27th. At launch, Outcast Odyssey will feature 600 cards created by comic book artists such Warren Louw and Chuck Pires. Bandai Namco said the game will feature both dungeon crawling and card battling elements. Players will be able to form guilds and evolve hundreds of cards to build unstoppable decks. Outcast Odyssey was announced a few weeks after Bandai Namco said they were pulling their RPG Tales of…
  • Griffin Launches New Survivor Slim for iPad Air

    Jennifer Nguyen
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:35 pm
    Griffin Technology today announced the Survivor Slim for iPad Air. The new Survivor case is a sleeker updated version that provides the same protection as its predecessor, according to Griffin. The Survivor Air features a shatter-resistant shell with silicone bumper and a "touch-through" screen protector to keep your iPad's display scratch free. It also includes a built-in kickstand and flexible button / port covers to fend against dust and other debris. The Survivor for iPad Air is available now for $79.99. It is available in black only. read more
  • Amazon Expands Prime Music Library with Thousands of Songs and Playlists

    Marshall Walker
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:28 am
    Amazon has added hundreds of thousands of new titles and new Prime Playlists to its newly launched music streaming service. The new tracks are from both new and existing artists including Linkin Park, Shakira and Skrillex, just to name a few. Prime Music launched on June 12 as part of Amazon's Prime subscription service. Prime Music gives users access to over a million songs without any ads or playback restrictions. Users can also download songs from the Prime Music catalog for offline listening. The service is available on Amazon Kindle devices, iOS, Android and PCs or Macs. iOS users can…
  • Next Games and AMC Launch First Trailer for Walking Dead: No Man's Land

    Jennifer Nguyen
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:04 pm
    AMC has teamed up with Next Games to create The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land -- a new mobile game based on the hit television show. The trailer posted below will also be shown at AMC’s The Walking Dead booth at Comic Con International in San Diego from July 24 - 27. The game will allow players to experience the same zombie apocalypse scenarios as the characters on AMC's popular The Walking Dead television series. “Our approach is to stay true to the main themes of the TV show: survival strategy, finding safety for your people, balancing between right and wrong and, of course, action when…
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  • 2 iPad Apps To Turn Your Mac Off Remotely

    iPad guy
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:15 am
    Many iPad or iPhone users also have a Mac. Macs are not cheap, but they do offer a lot of value for the money. Apple devices do work well with each other. Besides, there are plenty of apps that allow you to control your Mac and get things done remotely on your iOS device. Here are 2 apps that let you turn off your Mac from your iPad: iShutdown HD: lets you shutdown, sleep, restart, and wake on LAN your Mac or PC. It automatically detects hosts, but you can add them manually. Off Remote: a premium app that lets you turn off, lock, log off, and restart a PC or Mac from your iOS device. You can…
  • Chess Clock for iPad

    iPad guy
    20 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    Chess is a beautiful but challenging game. You can’t become a chess master overnight, but playing it once in a while against friends is fun. That is when they don’t take all the time in the world to make their moves. That’s what chess clocks are for. They make sure your games are completed after a certain number of minutes. You don’t have to buy a physical chess clock though. Apps such as Chess Clock for iPad can handle the job pretty well. The app has a pretty simple and elegant user interface. For starters, you get large numbers, so even if your eyesight is not…
  • 3 iPad Apps with Mac Shortcuts

    iPad guy
    18 Jul 2014 | 5:59 am
    Macs are wonderful machines to use. If you are switching to Mac OS from Windows, you may want to spend some time to learn Mac’s keyboard shortcuts. There are plenty of books and sites that can teach you how to use your Mac better. These app can also help: Keyboard Shortcuts: it has over 100 flashcards covering the most useful shortcuts for Macs, PCs, and apps. You can search to find the flashcards you are looking for faster. iStartup: this is particularly useful if you are experiencing issues with your Mac. It shows you the shortcuts and information you need to know to get your Mac…
  • Stylect for iPad & iPhone: Find Shoes

    iPad guy
    16 Jul 2014 | 5:53 am
    Shopping for shoes is not exactly everyone’s favorite activity. In fact, many of us prefer to order shoes online fast and get it over with. You certainly don’t want to pick up just any shoe and pay the full price when you can save money picking discounted shoes. Stylect for iPad and iPhone happens to be an elegant application that helps you pick shoes and keep track of the ones that you like the most. Stylect has more than 50k shoes from various brands around the world, including Prada, Louis Vuitton, Nike, and TopShop. You can get recommendations based on what you like and…
  • 3 Awesome Visual Dictionary & Thesaurus iPad Apps

    iPad guy
    13 Jul 2014 | 5:33 am
    Whether you are looking for a simple dictionary or a sophisticated thesaurus app, there are plenty of options available for you in the App Store. If you are looking for an app that visualizes word connections and can help you expand your vocabulary, these 3 visual dictionary apps have you covered: Wordflex Touch Dictionary: one of the most elegant dictionary apps available for iPad. It has more than 2 million language nodes for you to explore. It has flexible search capability, word poster sharing, and audio pronunciations.  TheSaurus: an interactive visual thesaurus that shows words and…
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  • Review and Spesification XiaoMi Mi4, 5 Inchi Full HD, Snapdragon 801 Processor and Dual Camera 13MP aan 8MP

    George J Harris
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:44 pm
    XiaoMi Mi4, 5 Inchi Full HD, Snapdragon 801 Processor and Dual Camera 13MP aan 8MP             China smatphone factory, XiaoMi has just launch their newest smartphone, Mi4. This phone supported by 5 Inchi Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel. Generally, from spesification quality, it is not too different with high end product in the market. […]
  • Review, Spesification Goophone i6, an Artificial iPhone 6 Chinesee Smartphone Android 159,99 USD

    George J Harris
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:10 pm
                A Chinesee phone company, Goophone often sell smartphone taking from iPhone design. In addition, they launch their products first before the arrival of the latest version of the iPhone to market. They be ready to launch artificial iPhone, i6 in 1 August 2014. Smartphone i6 created by observing pictures and videos about iPhone 6 […]
  • What Do You Think Of These 5 New Must Have iPad Apps?

    Shane
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
    Have you seen these 5 new must-have iPad apps?  Here they are.  It seems like iPad apps roll off the presses in droves each day and it’s hard to keep up on all the new and changed stuff so we are bringing you this article so you can see some of the latest and greatest […]
  • Apple Acquires Cue, a Personal Assistant Designed to Improve Siri

    Sachin
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
    Apple has acquired Cue, an application that was intended to be a personal assistant for all those interested. Spending between 50 and 60 million dollars for the company that developed the technology behind Cue, Apple intends to implement this functionality in Siri, the personal assistant for iOS 7. Cue is a combination of Google Now, […]
  • Review The Best Selling Smartphone

    George J Harris
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
    iphone 5S Vs Galaxy S5, Which One as The Best Selling Smartphone ? iPhone again and again show their succes as the great smartphone in the market place all the world. iPhone 5S is the most popular and sold out in the world. Beside that, iPhone 5C and iPhone 4S in the 5th and 6th […]
 
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  • Apple to Release Public Beta of OS X Yosemite with Powerful iOS Integration

    Sam
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:36 pm
    iOS has been a game changer for Apple and as the devices which run it become more powerful, iOS hasn’t started to look more like OS X, as some surmised would happen, but just the opposite with OS X clearly looking more like iOS with each version. If you are an iPad owner who still uses Windows, however, then OS X Yosemite might be a substantial reason to finally take the plunge into an Apple computer. Our mobile devices are at the center of our lives and Yosemite has the potential to make our Macs the best iOS accessory ever. Apple is making the beta version of Yosemite available on…
  • Modern Combat 5: Blackout Launches Today in New Zealand, Midnight in U.S.

    Lory
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:31 pm
    The next installment in the most popular first-person shooter (FPS) series of games on iOS has just hit the market. Android-based device owners in the U.S. can already download Modern Combat 5 from Google Play. The New Zealand App Store launched it earlier this afternoon, and reports are coming in that U.S. residents will be able to download the game by midnight. Depending on your time zone, it might be available as early as 10:00 p.m. tonight. Modern Combat 5: Blackout lets user step back into the FPS action to lead a team of soldiers through the war torn landscape. You can create squads add…
  • Apple Follows Up on Denial of Backdoor Vulnerabilities with Explanation of Questionable Services

    Lory
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:42 am
    Security researcher and iOS forensic expert Jonathan Zdziarski caused a raucous at Apple headquarters earlier this week when he spoke about his belief that the iPad maker has intentionally included undocumented surveillance services that potentially allow the government and criminals access to your most private information. As predicted, Apple quickly released a statement denying any nefarious activities. However, the company’s explanation was vague and easy to misinterpret. Zdziarski followed up on Apple’s statement with further questions regarding why the company includes these services…
  • Despite Drop in Sales, Apple Confident About the Future of iPad

    Lory
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:32 am
    Yesterday, Apple revealed the fiscal third quarter results for 2014. Sales of iPad units have drop below analysts’ expectation, but still remains strong in the market. During the investor’s conference call, which took place at 3:00 p.m. PT, Apple CEO Tim Cook remarked that he was “bullish” about the future of the tablet market and the iPad has plenty of room for future growth. During the conference call, Cook recognized that, although sales of the iPad met internal expectations, they fell short of what analysts were hoping for during the third quarter, a traditionally slow portion of…
  • Apple Announces 3rd Quarter 2014 Results – iPhone Sales up 12.7% While iPads Sales Sink 9.2%

    Lory
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:24 pm
    The third quarter is traditionally a low-performing one since many tech fans are waiting patiently for Apple to launch the next-generation gadget, which traditionally launches at the end of the fourth quarter. Today, Apple announced third quarter results for fiscal year 2014 and the numbers are lackluster, at best. Apple exceeded revenue across the board from the same period last year in all categories except iPod and iPad. The iPad performed lower from the same period last year and from last quarter. Unfortunately, Apple appears to be experiencing stagnation when it comes to the tablet line.
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  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – July 23, 2014

    Jerry Collins
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    No need to pay full price to get awesome apps, just check out these 26 iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale right now. This app deal alert includes Table Tennis Touch, Next - Numbers, Fantastical 2, Calorie Counter Plus, Back in Time, Worms3, Fonta, Superburst Camera, Carmen, Alphabet, ThinkO, WriteRight 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. You can also check out our Apps on Sale…
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – July 23, 2014

    Damian Ragar
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:58 am
    Need your daily fix of free apps? We’ve handpicked 32 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are free today only. This apps gone free alert includes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run, Kick the Buddy: Second Kick, Bonza Word Puzzle, Pou, Retromatic 2.0, Makanim, Thunderspace, CameraBag 2, InstantSave, ArtRage 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 our…
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – July 23, 2014

    Stefani Lain
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:56 am
    If you’re looking for a new app to try, you’re in luck, 11 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps just hit our database. This new apps alert includes Nimian Legends: BrightRidge, VideoJoiner, Free Music Downloader 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 Nimian Legends : BrightRidgeToday's PickGamesReleased: Jul 17, 2014Rating: Developer:…
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  • 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…
  • Apple iTunes is a Fortune 500 Gorilla

    admin
    12 Feb 2014 | 5:48 am
    In a recent analysis, Asymco has calculated that the iTunes store as a standalone company, would be in the Fortune 500 list of top U.S. companies at number 130. Apple revealed that the iTunes store had gross annual revenue year-over-year of $23.5B. This would put it between Alcoa and Eli Lilly in the Fortune 500 rankings. Growth was driven by increases in revenue from App sales reflecting continued growth in the installed base of iOS devices and the expansion in the number of third-party iOS Apps available. Net sales of digital content, including music, movies, TV shows and books, from…
  • Business City App Review

    iPad Apps Rile
    7 Feb 2014 | 5:23 am
    In this review we’ll take a look at a new iPad App that was released on the iTunes App store on February 3, 2014.  The developer is Fat Sam Game Co. and they’ve put a lot of effort into this iPad game app. The game is called Business City and it has some fun features that work really well on the iPad Air. This iPad game allows you to create stores that sell their goods to local citizens. You can purchase the necessary supplies from import docks to build your products line. You can also produce your store offerings locally by creating your own production lines – factories,…
 
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    iPad Notebook

  • How to Find Top Apps (and more) on iTunes Store

    Justin Kahn
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:50 am
    Did you ever want to know what the tops apps are so you can see if there is something that may be of interest to you that everyone else seems to have? You can browse the top 100 paid and free apps from Apple’s iTunes Charts page.   This same page allows you to look for the top books, songs, TV Shows, Movies and Music Videos. So if you find yourself wondering what everyone else is getting on their iOS device, check out the Apple iTunes Charts page.
  • iThoughts (mindmap) Updated

    Justin Kahn
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:22 am
    iThoughts has been updated to version 1.9. This mind mapping app helps create and organize tasks, lists, projects, notes and more.     To see the app in action, watch below. If you use the app and have questions, check out the FAQ page. There is a Mac version of the iThoughts too.  
  • Using Emoji (emoticons) on iOS Devices

    Justin Kahn
    19 Jul 2014 | 6:39 pm
    Looking to learn how to create emojis (those little faces and symbols) on your iOS device? This is the easy way to switch on the feature. To enable emoji from the keyboard settings in iOS: Tap Settings > General > Keyboard. Tap Keyboards. Tap Add New Keyboard. Locate and tap Emoji.   That’s it. Now, when you want use an emoji, tap the keyboard globe icon on the lower left. You’ll be presented with rows and rows of the little icons. Swipe right to left to see more. Troubleshooting emoji When using emoji in mail, text fields or messages, you may have some problems…
  • Notes Plus Update

    Justin Kahn
    15 Jul 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Notes Plus, the amazing note taking app for your iPad has been updated to version 4.4. The improvements include: - Palm rejection - Adonit Jot Script/Touch support (iPad 3 and newer) - 20+ new paper backgrounds - UI refinements - Many bug fixes - 2 more interface languages: Chinese (Simplified) and Russian Not only can you sketch out a drawing, you can write out notes and use the app to convert your scrawl into text. That is accomplished with the in-app purchase of MyScriptHandwriting. This app allows you to record and annotate documents, PDFs and other images that are imported. The features…
  • Air Stylus – Adds Extra Touch Screen

    Justin Kahn
    15 Jul 2014 | 6:24 pm
    Air Stylus is an app for your iPad that turns it into an extra monitor or touchscreen for your Mac. Think about that…now, you can extend your screen real estate and combine the intuitive nature of touching a screen with your favorite stylus to accomplish something magical. You can draw that art work or edit that photo directly on the app running on your Mac. That means, you can use the full Mac version of Sketchbook, Aperture, or Adobe Photoshop on your iPad. This works with other apps too. You will need to download a simple, free app for your Mac to allow it to talk with the Air…
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    Tablet Cases News

  • Ballistic Uses Proprietary Tech to Shield the iPad Mini With Urbanite

    alex
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:59 pm
    The Urbanite from Ballistic may be the entry-level rugged tablet case from the company, but it still offers better impact protection than the majority of the competitors. The tablet shell is designed using proprietary HexTec Six-Sided Drop Protection Technology shielding the iPad Mini from all sides from impacts and even drops. Corners receive special attention as they are one of the most vulnerable parts of a tablet. Raised bezel and corners ensure screen protection when the device is placed face down on even surfaces. Available in two color combinations Ballistic Urbanite is a simple tablet…
  • Burberry Successfully Covers the iPad Mini in Textured Leather

    alex
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Burberry’s Textured-Leather Cover is a sleek looking folio tablet case designed to fit the iPad Mini exclusively. Crafted from high-grade genuine leather the case combines premium looks with decent impact protection. The textured pattern of the case suggests it’s rather catering to men, making it a perfect present for any gentleman. The tablet rests within a special pouch inside the case with no possibility to slip out, but will open access to ports and buttons. Built-in magnetic lock keeps the case securely shut when not in use. Burberry Textured-Leather Cover boasts simple design, but…
  • Tablets Go Organic With the Straw Corn Clutch From OrientLegacy

    alex
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    OrientLegacy is offering tablet owners a truly green accessory – Organic Straw Corn Clutch. The new envelope tablet case is handmade from a combination of corn leaves and linen fabric. The case is universally compatible with any big-screen device including the iPad 2-4 and iPad Air. Considering all materials are organic, manufacturing and disposing of the case later will have minimal damaging effect on the environment. The maker is warning users to only use wet towel to clean the case, and dry the sleeve immediately if it gets wet. Organic tablet envelope case with a classic string and…
  • The iPad Mini Enjoys the Troubadour Life With the Leather Holder Case

    alex
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:59 pm
    Troubadour Leather Holder is one of the latest additions to a wide range of high-quality designer tablet cases for the iPad Mini. The exquisite envelope tablet case is made from top grade Italian leather offering smart looks and decent impact protection at the same time. On the inside of the case there’s a large slip pocket and a couple of card slots. The maker is offering a free refurbish and repair service after a year of use. Premium leather design with internal pocket and card slots with a free refurbishing after a year – Troubadour Leather Holder
  • Top 5 Waterproof Cases for the iPad Mini

    alex
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    With the summer season in full swing, tablet owners are looking for the best protection to keep their devices safe near the water. A number of manufacturers have spent countless hours designing and testing the best waterproof tablet cases, to keep the devices safe from water by the sea or by the pool. Naturally, these cases can also be used elsewhere, to protect the tablet from splash damage. Let’s take a look at the top 5 waterproof cases made for the iPad Mini. 5. The Joy Factory BubbleShield The BubbleShield from The Joy Factory is the simplest water protection the iPad Mini can get.
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  • New iSO 8 Preview for Apple iPad

    gripdown
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:21 am
    Coming This Fall 2014 iPhone, iPad, and Mac iOS 8 is the most important iOS launch ever for iPad ,iPone and Mac — for builders and everybody else. But that wasn’t the objective. We merely got down to create probably the most pure expertise. Each enhancement has a goal. Every new characteristic deserves to be a brand new characteristic. Each operate is extra thought-about, every subsequent step is extra efficient. It all provides as much as an excellent higher expertise — one that’s pleasantly shocking at first and turns into totally indispensable earlier than you understand…
  • iPad Stand, iPad mini Stand, Here Are 15 Great Reviews

    gripdown
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:56 am
    So, you’ve lastly determined to buy that shiny new iPad you’ve at all times dreamed of. However, after utilizing for some time — and maybe quite a lot of hours of some Flappy Bird ripoff— you’ve begun to comprehend it’s extra of a chubby burden than you as soon as anticipated. Thankfully, your valuable arms gained  must elevate the unbearably heavy 1lb iPad for lengthy due to among the finest innovations round: stands. From fundamental cradles used for little greater than holding Apple’s flagship system to keyboard-outfitted contraptions for typing, there’s a bevy of…
  • Reviews For iPad Stand, 7 Great Possibilities

    gripdown
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:33 am
    If you’re in search of an iPad stand, you face a plethora of choices and attainable options. Will you be utilizing the stand to carry the iPad for FaceTime and video viewing, or will you simply be browsing and typing? Do you want to have the ability to prop up the iPad in each portrait and panorama orientations, or will one or the opposite suffice? Is one place sufficient, or do you want a stand that adjusts to a number of angles? Do you want a stand that may accommodate an iPad in a cumbersome case? But maybe a very powerful attribute of an iPad stand is whether or not it’s made to…
  • iPad Screen Repair

    gripdown
    13 Jul 2014 | 5:06 pm
    iPad Screen Replacement Sections Front Panel 22 steps Front Panel Assembly 2 steps LCD 3 steps Tools iOpener Tweezers Spudger Buy these elements and instruments Tools (continued) Plastic Opening Tools iFixit Opening Picks set of 6 Phillips #00 Screwdriver Relevant Parts iPad Retina Display iPad Retina Adhesive Strips Step 1  Front Panel  As you might end up working with damaged glass throughout this process, we suggest wearingsafety glasses for defense from flying shards.  If you are eradicating a cracked display, protecting the glass in clear packing tape will maintain it…
  • iPad Application Development: Want To Create An Ipad App? Here’s How

    gripdown
    13 Jul 2014 | 4:22 pm
    iPad Application Development: Want To Create An Ipad App? Here’s How ipad application development If you’ve got ever needed to strive your hand at growing iPhone and iPad apps, now’s the perfect time to get began. Not solely does any delay put you additional behind by way of competing within the market and making your personal mark, however after three years, there are many nice instruments and providers that can assist you rise up to hurry rapidly. The smartest thing about creating cellular apps is how a person or a pair of builders can compete on semi-equal footing with…
 
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