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  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – August 22, 2014

    iOSnoops » Daily App Deals
    Jerry Collins
    22 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    No need to pay full price to get awesome apps, just check out these 76 iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale right now. This app deal alert includes Hitman Go, NBA 2K14, GoodReader 4, Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol: Pacific Skies, Construction Simulator 2014, Rhythm Studio, Blurred, inShort, The Mystery of the Crimson Manor, and classics such as Metal Slug and King of Fighters. 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…
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – August 22, 2014

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    Damian Ragar
    22 Aug 2014 | 3:58 am
    Want to try great apps without hurting your wallet? We’ve selected 26 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes Pirate Legends TD, Cops N Robbers, yaPlayer, Zac and Zoey, My Talking Pet, Alpha Zero, LightLeaker, Spy Cats, Color Docks, Bobbleshop, Myibidder, Spiffy 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 Apps Gone…
  • FlowBoard EDU for iPad: A presentation app that gets out of the way

    iPad Insight
    James Potter
    21 Aug 2014 | 6:33 am
    Presentation software. You either love it, or live with it. There isn’t too much in between. For years PowerPoint was the market leader, but the goliath of the PC presentation world hasn’t really kept up with presenting in the mobile world. It has left a niche in the market for other developers to leap in to banish WordArt, Clip Art and crazed animations to the same place that Clippy the paperclip now resides. There are lots of decent iPad presentation apps available. Keynote is probably the best known, but others like Haiku Deck, SlideShare and now FlowBoard EDU are adding some well…
  • 5 Ecommerce Blogs You Need to Follow

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    Sachin
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:34 pm
    In the modern era of smartphones and tablet computers, newspapers and magazines in the physical paper-form are becoming a thing of the past as people opt to read on the go on devices that fit neatly in their hands despite the cramped trains and trams they ride during their daily commutes and between bites of […]
  • 5 iPad Apps To Learn HTML5

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    iPad guy
    20 Aug 2014 | 6:25 am
    You can’t expect to design your own website or make changes to it if you don’t understand HTML at all. The technology has been around for a long time and is evolving with more developers adopting HTML5. Learning HTML5 is not that hard. There are plenty of resources available to get you started. These 5 iPad apps could also help your cause: HTML 5 Pro Quick Guide: provides you with an introduction to the basics of HTML5. It covers elements, attributes, events, syntax, and more. Examples are included too. Textastic Code Editor: learning HTML5 is great, but you need to practice what…
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  • WritePad 7.4 Features Improved Handwriting Recognition and Note-Taking

    junior
    2 Aug 2014 | 10:35 am
    WritePad 7.4 is designed to deliver considerably faster note-taking by offering multiple suggestions for words and phrases as notes are taken in the user’s own handwriting. As a user writes anywhere on the screen or in a designated area, alternative recognition results and word completions are presented in a scrollable suggestion bar next to the text, allowing a user to select an alternative result if the initial translation of the handwriting is incorrect. To further speed-up and simplify the process of taking notes on the iPad, spell-checker suggestions are presented to a user in…
  • 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…
 
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  • Namco Bandai Launches Brand New PAC-MAN Friends for a New Generation of Fans

    Lory
    21 Aug 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Today, Namco Bandai added a brand new title to the PAC-MAN franchise. This completely new pellet-chomping game was made specifically for touch screen devices and allows players to use tilt controls to get the job done. Help PAC-MAN rescue his pals by maneuvering through nearly 100 stages of complex mazes. PAC-MAN Friends is based on the “waka-waka-waka” arcade classic, but features a whole new set of rules. Players work their way across various mazes while avoiding the likes of Blinky, Pinky, Inky, and Clyde. To travel around, tilt your device in the direction you want the PAC dude to go.
  • More Evidence of Reversible USB Cable Appears in Apple Patent

    Lory
    21 Aug 2014 | 1:48 pm
    Evidence is mounting that Apple is working on a reversible USB cable that can be plugged in either way to your computer or USB port. It is all but confirmed that the technology is going to exist at some point. The question is whether it will show up this fall when Apple launches a new line of iPad and iPhone devices. Earlier this week, we heard the rumor that Apple might have a universally reversible Lightning cable ready for launch with the next-generation of iPhone and iPad. Sonny Dickson even showed off some fairly convincing pictures on his Twitter feed. Today, the U.S. Patent and…
  • All iPad Models Ranked Gold in Electronic Product Environmental Tool Registry

    Lory
    21 Aug 2014 | 9:59 am
    The Green Electronic Council (GEC) recently announced that tablets and slates are now part of the Electronic Product Environmental Tool (EPEAT) registry. Based on new computer category specifications, these mobile devices are now considered eligible for Energy Star, which makes them eligible for EPEAT. Now that the new category exists, participating manufacturers can register their products and line up as supporters of the green energy standard. Interestingly, Apple’s iPad takes up 134 out of 135 spots on the entire EPEAT registry list, which only became available to tablets a week ago. The…
  • Next Gen iPad Air Rumored to be Outfitted with 2GB of RAM

    Lory
    21 Aug 2014 | 8:24 am
    Over the past year, there have been dozens of rumors regarding what Apple will do this fall in terms of the next generation of iPad models. However, in recent weeks, Apple’s tablet has taken a backseat to rumors of the next-generation iPhone. Well, yesterday, the flames were fueled again. According to Taiwanese tech site TechNews, the next generation of iPad Air will include twice the memory as the first-generation. Rumor has it that Apple will pack the second-generation iPad Air with 2GB of RAM, making it the largest memory capacity mobile device the company has. TechNews also notes that…
  • PadGadget’s Sound Stage: NodeBeat HD Makes a Musician Out of Everyone

    Lory
    21 Aug 2014 | 7:27 am
    Since the existence of computers, developers have been working on ways to make music that is compatible with technology. Combining the digital world with the musical world has opened up many new opportunities. One of them being the ability to create beautiful music without needing to know how to play a single note on an instrument. NodeBeat HD is one such app that allows users the ability to control and manipulate objects on the screen that will pulse rhythmically and change pitch as you move them around. No music theory necessary. The nodes are made up of various notes and beat generators.
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  • Buyer’s Guide: Discounts on MacBook Air, Mac Pro, Apple Accessories, and More [Mac Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    22 Aug 2014 | 5:19 pm
    This Week’s Buyer’s Guide includes deals on the MacBook Air, the Mac Pro, the Retina MacBook Pro, and several different Apple accessories. There aren’t many deals on the iMac, the iPad, the Retina iPad mini, or the 2014 Retina MacBook Pro this week, but make sure to check back next week for new discounts because prices tend to fluctuate on a week-to-week basis. MacBook Air A few sites are offering deals on the 2014 MacBook Air this week, dropping the price as much as $150. The 11.6-inch 1.4Ghz/4GB/128GB MacBook Air is available from B&H Photo and Adorama for $799, down…
  • BlackBerry Takes Advantage of iMessage Spam Reports to Tout BBM

    The iPhone Addict
    22 Aug 2014 | 4:04 pm
    BlackBerry is taking advantage of reports of iMessage’s vulnerability to spam messages to tout its BlackBerry Messenger app. In a blog post, the company highlights a report from earlier this week that said iMessage users see quite a bit of spam, with accounts run by spammers responsible for more than 30 percent of all spam messages on mobile devices. BlackBerry suggests that iMessage users switch to BBM to avoid spam and lists five reasons why BBM is superior to iMessage. According to the company, BBM is safer primarily because it does not utilize a phone number or email address and it…
  • More Supply Chain Claims of Likely Early 2015 Launch for iWatch

    The iPhone Addict
    22 Aug 2014 | 2:54 pm
    Earlier this week, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a report claiming Apple may not launch the iWatch until 2015 due to manufacturing difficulties associated with the new device. A follow-up report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News (via G 4 Games) echoes this assertion with supply chain information hinting at an early 2015 debut for Apple’s wearable device. Anonymous supply chain sources told Economic Daily News that Apple is requesting delivery of hardware components for the iWatch as it prepares to start assembly of the wristwatch device in September. Sources claim…
  • China Telecom iPhone 6 Ad Suggests Simplified Model Lineup for Different Carrier Technologies

    The iPhone Addict
    22 Aug 2014 | 12:55 pm
    According to a Sina News report (via ZDNet), China Telecom this week briefly announced plans to sell an unlocked version of the iPhone 6 in order to compete with rival carriers. The Sina report sources a Weibo post from China Telecom’s Shanghai office that was posted earlier this week and later deleted. The move suggests Apple is planning to sell a version of the iPhone 6 that will support all wireless networks in the country, including dual 4G (TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE), WCDMA, CDMA2000, GSM, and CDMA1X. This opens up LTE to China Telecom subscribers and makes the country’s number…
  • Apple Blocking ‘Secret’ in Brazilian App Store After Court Ruling [iOS Blog]

    The iPhone Addict
    22 Aug 2014 | 11:41 am
    Apple has started blocking downloads of anonymous communication app Secret [Direct Link] following a preliminary injunction that was granted recently by a Brazilian civil court judge (Via 9to5Mac). According to the injunction ruling shared by Gigaom earlier this week, Apple is required to remove the app from the Brazilian App Store and remotely delete the app from customers’ devices. Local media noted earlier today that Secret was still listed in the Brazilian App Store, but that Apple was preventing users from installing the app on their iOS devices. The app now appears to have been…
 
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  • That Darn iOS 8 QuickType Keyboard Has Completely Spoiled Me

    Thomas
    22 Aug 2014 | 7:19 am
    [I forgot to keep a QuickType screenshot, so I used this QuickType image from Macworld UK] I tried the iOS 8 beta earlier this summer — right around beta 3 — and loved the experience. Texting from the iPad was great, the new full-screen Safari was great, but the absolute best feature to me was the new QuickType keyboard. I loved being able to blast through words with two or three taps, and glancing just above the keys to see what auto-correct was going to recommend. These modifications to the software keyboard made such a huge difference to how I approached text entry on the iPad.
  • Notable New iPad Apps – Ancient Battle: Hannibal

    Patrick Jordan
    22 Aug 2014 | 4:47 am
    Another great-looking strategic war game title has hit the iPad App Store this week. It’s called Ancient Battle: Hannibal, and of course it’s centered around Hannibal’s legendary battles against Rome in the Punic Wars. The game is from Hunted Cow Studios, who have already brought a number of excellent strategic war games to the iPad, including the superb Civil War: 1863. Here’s a slice of the App Store introduction for Ancient Battle: Hannibal: Ancient Battle: Hannibal is the newest edition to the Ancient Battles series. Experience the magnificence of the Punic Wars, as you follow…
  • FlowBoard EDU for iPad: A presentation app that gets out of the way

    James Potter
    21 Aug 2014 | 6:33 am
    Presentation software. You either love it, or live with it. There isn’t too much in between. For years PowerPoint was the market leader, but the goliath of the PC presentation world hasn’t really kept up with presenting in the mobile world. It has left a niche in the market for other developers to leap in to banish WordArt, Clip Art and crazed animations to the same place that Clippy the paperclip now resides. There are lots of decent iPad presentation apps available. Keynote is probably the best known, but others like Haiku Deck, SlideShare and now FlowBoard EDU are adding some well…
  • Latest iPad Rumors: Finally, More RAM for the Next-Gen iPad Air

    Patrick Jordan
    21 Aug 2014 | 4:47 am
    This week’s big iPad rumor is all about an important predicted spec upgrade for the next-gen iPad Air – a bump up to 2GB of RAM, as 9to5Mac reports: A new report from Asian site TechNews.tw claims information from the Apply supply chain points to the next generation iPad Air doubling up on RAM from 1GB to 2GB If this rumor is accurate that would be good news, though not great news I’d say. Great news would be 3GB of RAM or more for the top-end of the iPad line. RAM has been the weakest spec detail on the iPad for years now, and it lags well behind some rivals. Heck, it even lags way…
  • Deals: Limefuel Lite USB Battery Pack: The Dual USB Portable Charger at 35% Off

    iPad Insight Edit Staff
    19 Aug 2014 | 4:49 am
    A powerful and lightweight portable charging solution is today’s featured iPad Insight Deal. It’s the Limefuel Lite USB Battery Pack. It features a 15,000mAh Lithium-ion battery capable of charging most tablets 2-3 times, two USB ports, and a digital display showing how much juice it’s got left. It’s on offer today at 36% – at just $34.99, down from $55. Here are its key features: 15,000mAh Lithium-ion battery Digital display indicates exact level of charge Built in flashlight Stylish & compact design Grade A battery cells and high quality circuitry provide protection against…
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  • Review: Juno Labs Juno Power HUE Pro

    Nate Benson
    22 Aug 2014 | 12:11 pm
    The HUE Pro packs its 10,000mAh lithium ion battery into a sleek aluminum shell. We were able to recharge our drained iPad Air to 87 percent on a full charge in three hours and forty three minutes, which is pretty much on par with other 10,000mAh battery tests we’ve conducted. The HUE Pro provides more than enough power to keep your iPad charged for a typical weekend of use. But bear in mind that recharging the HUE Pro took approximately six hours.…
  • First Look: Awesome Cables 6ft Braided Awesome Cable

    Nate Benson
    22 Aug 2014 | 11:34 am
    One of the more frustrating things about the standard Lightning cable from Apple is that it's often too short. Awesome Cables has created a 6ft Braided Awesome Cable ($25) that provides users with plenty of length, and it's backed by Apple MFi certification. The cable is made from durable and water-resistant nylon, and is designed for a more rugged charging experience. The nylon fabric also prevents the “turtle-necking” often found in standard…
  • Mac: Dropbox Mailbox for Mac

    Jesse Hollington
    22 Aug 2014 | 11:17 am
    When it was released for the iPhone and the iPad last year, Mailbox took the iOS world by storm with its unique and streamlined approach to e-mail management on the go. Users with overflowing inboxes striving for “Inbox Zero” nirvana came to appreciate the ability to quickly and easily file messages away or defer them for later with straightforward swipe and tap gestures. The missing piece for many power users, however, was access to the…
  • News: iLounge Game Spotlight: Pac-Man Friends

    Phil Dzikiy
    22 Aug 2014 | 10:33 am
    The legendary Pac-Man returns for his newest adventure, Bandai Namco’s Pac-Man Friends ($5) for iOS. Pac-Man Friends is a new, original game that uses tilt controls to get Pac-Man and his buddies past the ghosts to the goal. Though the game does share some common elements with other Pac-Man classic games, Pac-Man Friends is ultimately a departure from the traditional style. The gameplay in Pac-Man Friends is reminiscent of a wooden labyrinth…
  • Review: Parrot Minidrone Jumping Sumo

    Jeremy Horwitz
    22 Aug 2014 | 7:49 am
    Whereas the Rovers were traditional tanks from their tread designs to their controls, Jumping Sumo is best understood as something new — not quite a car or a tank, but rather a robot that moves using wheels rather than feet. Between a pair of oversized plastic wheels, there’s an impressively lightweight central plastic core in your choice of three colors, which can be further customized with packed-in body stickers.   The core has a tight…
 
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  • Pac-Man Friends Lands on the App Store

    Marshall Walker
    21 Aug 2014 | 1:47 pm
    Bandai Namco today has released its newest mobile Pac-Man title to the Apple App Store and Google Play. Pac-Man Friends was originally announced alongside Bandai Namco's new collectible card game, Outcast Odyssey, and its mobile port of Pac-Man Championship Edition DX at San Diego Comic Con a few weeks ago. Bandai Namco describes the game as an "original arcade-style action-puzzler". As the title suggests, Pac-Man Friends features all your favorite characters from the franchise, plus 95 levels across seven different worlds. The goal of the game is to rescue 8 of Pac-Man's friends from…
  • Star Wars: Commander Now Available for Free on the Apple App Store

    Kevin Touch
    21 Aug 2014 | 11:45 am
    Disney has finally released Star Wars: Commander to the U.S. App Store. The new Star Wars title was originally soft launched in Australia a few months ago. Unfortunately the game is a free-to-play, base building title much like Clash of Clans. This means it is full of timers and in-app purchases instead of anything fun. The game includes the usual features found in most timer-based strategy titles. The only twist on the genre is that players can choose to join either the Empire or the Rebellion. Players can then train troops, build defenses and team up with other players to attack other…
  • Barnes and Noble Teams Up with Samsung to Release the Galaxy 4 Nook

    Kevin Touch
    20 Aug 2014 | 11:43 am
    This is normally a quiet time of year for smartphone/tablet manufacturers as the world waits for Apple's newest iPhone and iPad to be released, but Samsung and HTC have decided not to sit ideally by this September. Samsung recently announced that its iPhone 5s lookalike the Galaxy Alpha will launch around the same time as the iPhone 6, and HTC has scheduled a press conference a few days before Apple's rumored September 9th iPhone event. Samsung has also teamed up with Barnes & Noble to release the Galaxy 4 Nook. The e-reader/tablet is basically just a Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 with dedicated…
  • Save $100 on the iPad mini or $50 on the iPad Air

    Jennifer Nguyen
    18 Aug 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Target is offering discounts on select iPad mini and iPad Air models. The 16GB Wifi-only iPad mini is now available online for $199, and every model of the iPad Air is on sale staring at $449 for 16GB Wifi-only model, and $579 for the 16GB cellular model. That's $100 off the iPad mini and $50 off the iPad Air. REDcard holders can save an additional 5%. There is limited supply and a 2 iPad limit per customer. The sale ends on 08/23/2014 at 11:59 PM PST. The deal is available online, except for the white 16GB iPad mini, and in-store. You can also reserve a model online at Target.com and pick it…
  • Pokémon Company Confirms TCGO is Coming to the iPad

    Kevin Touch
    18 Aug 2014 | 5:53 am
    UPDATE: The Pokemon Trading Card Game will be available for the iPad "later this year," according to Kataku.com. The Pokémon Company has confirmed that the Pokémon Trading Card Game is coming to the iPad, but the company did not "provide a timeline for its release," according to Polygon. The new version of the game was first spotted at the the Pokémon World Championship in Washington D.C. by Twitter user Josh Wittenkeller. Wittenkeller tweeted an image of TCG online being played on a white iPad with the message: "It looks like Pokémon TCGO is in works for the iPad! Should be a huge way to…
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  • 5 iPad Apps To Learn HTML5

    iPad guy
    20 Aug 2014 | 6:25 am
    You can’t expect to design your own website or make changes to it if you don’t understand HTML at all. The technology has been around for a long time and is evolving with more developers adopting HTML5. Learning HTML5 is not that hard. There are plenty of resources available to get you started. These 5 iPad apps could also help your cause: HTML 5 Pro Quick Guide: provides you with an introduction to the basics of HTML5. It covers elements, attributes, events, syntax, and more. Examples are included too. Textastic Code Editor: learning HTML5 is great, but you need to practice what…
  • Salute the Desk for iPad

    iPad guy
    18 Aug 2014 | 5:15 am
    Plenty of folks get excited about strength training or cardio. Yoga can work wonders for your body too. Even if you don’t have time to perform yoga moves for an hour or more each day, you can still try it throughout the day to relax your body and take your mind off things. Salute the Desk happens to be an awesome app that brings over 27 yoga poses and two guided relaxation sessions, so you can get some practice at your desk. Salute the Desk is designed for folks who spend a lot of time sitting every day at work. It has audio, video, and written instructions to keep you on track. The…
  • SmallFish Chess for Stockfish for iPad

    iPad guy
    17 Aug 2014 | 5:31 am
    Chess is a pretty fun board game if you have the patience for it and don’t mind practicing to improve your skills. There are already plenty of powerful chess engines available for you to download to your computer or tablet to test your skills. Stockfish happens to be one of the best. If you have tried the original Stockfish app for iOS already, you are going to love SmallFish. It combines an elegant user interface with the power of Stockfish to improve your chess game. SmallFish takes advantage of Stockfish, so you will get an engine well capable of beating you no matter how skilled you…
  • Pushover Notifications for iPad

    iPad guy
    16 Aug 2014 | 7:01 am
    All iOS and Android phone users are used to the idea of getting push notifications on their device. Pushover happens to be an innovative service that makes it easier to get real-time notifications on your Android, iPad, and iPhone. In fact, there are already plenty of apps taking advantage of this service. When integrated with apps like IFTTT, Pushover keeps you on top of things conveniently. Pushover integration is easy to use and super helpful. With the Pushover app for iPhone and iPad, you can keep up with your alerts from your favorite services. Moodle, WooCommerce, Growl, Github, eBay,…
  • Stretching & Flexibility for iPad

    iPad guy
    14 Aug 2014 | 6:45 am
    Plenty of folks know how to exercise and push their body with weight and cardio workout. But stretching matters big time too. All top athletes have stretching routines to keep their body flexible and injury free. Learning how to stretch can be a boring process if you have a boring instructor. Stretching & Flexibility for iPad happens to be a useful tool that helps you learn how to stretch your body in various ways to stay in top shape. This app covers active, passive, and dynamic stretching. It has plenty of videos to cover various muscles in your body. You get 35 training videos, 6…
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  • 5 Ecommerce Blogs You Need to Follow

    Sachin
    19 Aug 2014 | 11:34 pm
    In the modern era of smartphones and tablet computers, newspapers and magazines in the physical paper-form are becoming a thing of the past as people opt to read on the go on devices that fit neatly in their hands despite the cramped trains and trams they ride during their daily commutes and between bites of […]
  • 5 Ecommerce Blogs You Need to Follow

    Sachin
    19 Aug 2014 | 5:22 am
    In the modern era of smartphones and tablet computers, newspapers and magazines in the physical paper-form are becoming a thing of the past as people opt to read on the go on devices that fit neatly in their hands despite the cramped trains and trams they ride during their daily commutes and between bites of […]
  • iPad 2 Cases Announced From Mivizu

    Shane
    5 Aug 2014 | 4:33 pm
    Mivizu, known for its innovative and award-winning stylish accessory case designs for Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod cases, is excited to have the next generation of Apple iPad 2 cases.  Here’s the details. iPad 2 Cases [From Mivizu Press Release] Steve Wong, VP at Mivizu, “I am very proud to have worked closely with Mivizu’s […]
  • Review Grace Digital Ecostone

    George J Harris
    5 Aug 2014 | 4:33 pm
    Grace Digital Ecostone  is one of bluetooth speaker device which has waterproof and sold out in the market. Its design not only has waterproof, but also dust and impact, these speakers can float if you put into the water or in the pool. Ecostone has 2 speakerphone which has features for additional speaker on the […]
  • Use Notifications on Your iPad

    George J Harris
    26 Jul 2014 | 5:34 am
    Keep on top of anything without having to stop what you’re doing on your Pad Before iOS 5, anything requiring your attention on the iPad would pop up in a box in the middle of the screen, interrupting whatever you happened to be doing. Fortunately, the iOS on the latest iPad’s addresses all that with […]
 
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  • Apple in Talks with Insurance Giants UnitedHealth and Humana Regarding HealthKit

    Lory
    22 Aug 2014 | 1:35 pm
    Apple’s next-generation mobile operating system, iOS 8, is well on its way to being finalized and ready for the public. The company recently released beta 5 to developers and there is a possibility it will be the last one before the Gold Master, which is the last beta before it launches publicly. At the same time that engineers are hard at work perfecting iOS 8, Apple executives are hard at work getting their ducks in a row for the upcoming Health app and HealthKit software development kit (SDK). Yesterday, Bloomberg dropped a quiet bomb that points to Apple working with insurance…
  • Over 90% of Apple Devices Run iOS 7 While only 20% of Android Devices use Latest OS

    Lory
    22 Aug 2014 | 12:35 pm
    This July, Apple published another milestone for its current mobile operating system. As of July 26, iOS 7 was running on 90 percent of all iOS devices (currently at 91 percent). A recent report from OpenSignal compares that to Google’s current mobile operating system, Android 4.4, which is only running on 20.9 percent of devices. The report refers to fragmentation on Android and the benefits and problems that exist for developers. The company notes that the wide range of Android devices available to consumers makes it possible to reach the largest number of users. Developers have a greater…
  • OM/ONE Levitating Speaker Lifts Your Music Listening Experience to a Whole New Level

    Lory
    22 Aug 2014 | 10:06 am
    There are hundreds of Bluetooth enabled speakers on the market these days. They can be small enough to fit in your pocket, loud enough to compete with an in-house sound system, or versatile enough to take with you into the shower. To stand out in the market, developers really have to start getting creative with their products. The OM/ONE is just such a speaker. Not only does it let you play music from your iOS device more than 30 feet away, but it levitates like the orb in Phantasm, only not so deadly. This unique speaker connects wirelessly to any Bluetooth enabled device. When detached from…
  • Star Walk 2 is a beautiful Sequel to Popular Astronomy iPad App

    Lory
    22 Aug 2014 | 9:01 am
    Summertime is the best time of the year for star gazing, especially when you are camping. The night sky lights up with millions of stars when you are far out in the woods with no pollution, congestion, or interference from manmade light sources. My favorite stargazing app has always been Star Walk. It comes with so many amazing features that it is like a planetarium in your pocket. The app’s creator, Vito Technology just launched a brand new version of their incredible astronomy app and, believe it or not, it has even more amazing features than its predecessor. Star Walk 2 – Guide to the…
  • Updated ‘Star Wars: Commander’ Brings Rebel Alliance vs. Galactic Empire Action to iPad

    Sam
    22 Aug 2014 | 7:59 am
    With a new movie in production and Disney at the helm, Star Wars is bigger than ever and now there is a new game in the App Store which will provide hours of fun as you choose sides in an epic battle between good and evil. Star Wars: Commander is similar in game play to Clash of Clans, but with the story telling you have come to expect from LucasArts and Disney. The graphics in this game are really spectacular and it has all of the elements which help make it feel like watching the classic movies. The music is spot on and the voice acting is very good. Do I have any complaints? The only thing…
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  • Osmo uses the FaceTime camera to merge real and virtual worlds

    iPad Creative
    29 Jul 2014 | 1:42 am
    This clever mirror, stand and software combination effectively provides an extended iPad control surface. We can't help think how much more powerful this could be if the iPad had two cameras FaceTime, thereby providing depth perception of sorts. You can preorder Osmo now and receive a healthy 50% discount.
  • With 225 million sold, where next for the iPad?

    iPad Creative
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:21 pm
    It's hard to overstate just how successful the iPad has been. With all the recent press about slowing iPad sales, it's interesting to consider just how many iPad's have been sold since 2010, the majority of which are still in use. With 225 million sold since 2010, the iPad is easily the best selling personal computer of all time. The Commodore 64 sold 17 million units throughout its entire lifetime, the iPad hits that sales figure every 13 weeks or so! In short, it's highly likely that every version of the iPad has outsold the C64. That's pretty amazing, however you slice it. Of course,…
  • Solving the iOS 7 wallpaper problem with Blur

    iPad Creative
    28 Jul 2014 | 2:57 pm
    You know how almost none of your usual photographic wallpapers work with iOS 7's flat design style? Well, Blur by Enormous solves all that. By blurring a photo so that it's just a smudge of colour, Blur can create the perfect wallpaper for your iPad and iPhone with absolutely zero effort on your part. If you're stuck for colourful source material, don't panic. Blur can generate random wallpaper on the fly. The results are almost always appealing. App Store Link: Blur
  • Apple's 'What will your verse be?' iPad adverts

    iPad Creative
    13 Jun 2014 | 12:08 am
      Both of these iPad adverts are inspiring. They both show the iPad being used to create wonderful content, so why am I left feeling underwhelmed? The cuts are too quick, and the examples of content creation on offer are beyond the average iPad owner. It's all too idealistic. These adverts portray the iPad as the creative tool for outliers, for people who live unusual lives. As inspiring and aspirational as these films are, they are largely ineffective. The best Apple advert of the post Steve Jobs era is the iPhone Christmas video advert, the one where the young lad captures a moment in…
  • iPad split-screen multitasking

    iPad Creative
    12 Jun 2014 | 2:41 pm
    Hidden deep within the code of the iOS 8 beta is split-screen multitasking. To be clear, the presence of this code is no guarantee that the iPad will get split-screen app capability this year, but we certainly hope it does. At the end of last year I switched from an iPhone to a Samsung Galaxy Note 3. I'll explain in more detail the reasons for my switch in a forthcoming post, but the ability to split-screen multitask was certainly one. As with much of what Samsung does, the idea is better than the execution. But still, it's a useful feature and one that I would love to see on the iPad in…
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    iOSnoops » Daily App Deals

  • iPhone & iPad App Price Drops – August 22, 2014

    Jerry Collins
    22 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    No need to pay full price to get awesome apps, just check out these 76 iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale right now. This app deal alert includes Hitman Go, NBA 2K14, GoodReader 4, Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol: Pacific Skies, Construction Simulator 2014, Rhythm Studio, Blurred, inShort, The Mystery of the Crimson Manor, and classics such as Metal Slug and King of Fighters. 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…
  • iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – August 22, 2014

    Damian Ragar
    22 Aug 2014 | 3:58 am
    Want to try great apps without hurting your wallet? We’ve selected 26 iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps that are now free. This apps gone free alert includes Pirate Legends TD, Cops N Robbers, yaPlayer, Zac and Zoey, My Talking Pet, Alpha Zero, LightLeaker, Spy Cats, Color Docks, Bobbleshop, Myibidder, Spiffy 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 Apps Gone…
  • Newly Released iPhone & iPad Apps – August 22, 2014

    Stefani Lain
    22 Aug 2014 | 3:56 am
    iOSnoops is constantly on the lookout for new apps, and here are 40 iPhone and iPad apps that were released recently. This new apps alert includes Star Wars: Commander, Assassin's Creed Memories, Pirate Bash, Pac-Man Friends, Motorsport Manager, Minecraft PE, Jurassic World, BoxPop, Foodie Yama, Watch Out!, Camu, Scuba Dupa, QuickPics Photo Manager 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…
 
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    iPad Notebook

  • Keynote Updated

    Justin Kahn
    21 Aug 2014 | 6:53 pm
    Apple Keynote for iOS devices has been updated to version 2.2.2. The only notes concerning the update state that it contains stability improvements and bug fixes. To update, tap on the App store icon > updates and tap update.  
  • MacJournal for iPad Update

    Justin Kahn
    20 Aug 2014 | 6:52 pm
    MacJournal for iPad has been updated to version 1.7.3. This journaling app has been around almost since the inception of the iPhone and available for Mac for about 9 years. This update improves Dropbox handling, contains bug fixes and improvements. The developer describes the app as follows: MacJournal for iPad allows users to organize, chronicle and edit any life event using the same look and feel as the desktop version. Unlike other journaling apps, MacJournal offers the ability for users to blog to many of the popular servers such as Blogger, WordPress, Tumblr and Posterous as well as…
  • Hanx Writer – Retro Typewriter App

    Justin Kahn
    19 Aug 2014 | 5:24 am
    From the academy award winning actor Tom Hanks comes the latest in high tech typewriter apps. Hanx Writer (re)turns your iPad into a typewrite with the clickity clack sound and feel of an old typewriter.   The app is free and offers in app purchases for different typewriters, ribbon colors and the like. The developer describes the idea behind the app as follows: Actor Tom Hanks and Hitcents have partnered on a new app, Hanx Writer, that recreates the experience of a manual typewriter, but with the ease and speed of an iPad. Developed in close collaboration with Tom Hanks, Hanx Writer…
  • OneNote Online Co-Authoring

    Justin Kahn
    16 Aug 2014 | 9:00 am
    Collaboration is an important concept in many professions. With that in mind, a new “People Presence” feature of OneNote promises to help you see who else is working on the same OneNote page or is in the same notebook regardless of which OneNote client is being used. This tool can allow for better collaboration, work flow and sharing of ideas.   On the Mac, to create a shared notebook, after creating a notebook (File > New Notebook) and storing it on OneDrive, share the link to the notebook. At the top right, click on the person+ icon > Get a Sharing Link > View and…
  • Paper – Upgrading Pencil Firmware

    Justin Kahn
    6 Aug 2014 | 3:57 pm
    If you bought the digital stylus Pencil to work with the Paper App by 53, you may not know that it is possible to run a firmware update for the Pencil. The latest firmware update is supposed to provide automatic reconnect support and bug fixes. You can learn more about the process of performing the firmware update from Fifty Three. To see which firmware version you are running, open the Paper app and tap on the 53 icon on the top right. Towards the bottom, you will see Paper 1.x.x. Make sure you are running the latest version of the Paper app 1.6.3 or newer. (The developer is awaiting Apple…
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    Tablet Cases News

  • The iPad Air is B’SPOKEN Inside the New Tablet Folio Case

    alex
    21 Aug 2014 | 6:59 pm
    SwitchEasy have launched B'SPOKE, one of the world’s thinnest folio tablet cases for the iPad Air with only 2.2mm thickness. Despite the minimalist design, the case manages to offer highly durable protection thanks to hybrid fabric and polycarbonate construction. The faux-leather bears a quilted pattern, which adds a touch of sophistication. The integrated stand option helps prop up the case at various angles and the clip lock keeps the case closed whenever the device is not in use. About SwitchEasy: SwitchEasy was first conceived in January 2005 to create the best accessories for computer…
  • Keep the iPad Safe and Beautiful With the CathyKDesigns Hardcover

    alex
    21 Aug 2014 | 11:00 am
    The iPad Hardcover from CathyKDesigns is an attractive folio tablet case featuring oriental design pattern. The case can be ordered in any Apple tablet size and is handmade from premium fabric, art-quality chipboard, and utilizes fusible interfacing. Besides the unique looks, the case delivers great impact protection not only thanks to the durable exterior material, but also due to additional layer of security padding. There’s an integrated stand with several viewing angle options and a Velcro lock to keep the case secured. Here’s a quote from the maker: ”I specialize in iPad, iPad…
  • Comme des Garcons Safely Stores the iPads Inside a Leather Wallet

    alex
    21 Aug 2014 | 4:00 am
    The Wallet from Comme des Garcons is an out of this world tablet portfolio case compatible with any “big” Apple iPad model. Crafted from premium Spanish leather, the case not only offers unique, highly attractive looks, but also provides decent everyday impact protection. Besides the iPad pouch, there are several pockets and slots on the inside allowing users to organize their stuff in the best way possible. There’s also a secure zipper lock to keep the case shut when the tablet is not in use. About Comme des Garcons: Comme des Garcons is French for "Like Boys", is a Japanese fashion…
  • Dockem iProps Tablet Devices on Any Imaginable Surface

    alex
    20 Aug 2014 | 6:59 pm
    It has never been easier to prop up a tablet on any surface than with the iProp from Dockem. Compatible with virtually any tablet device this miniature bean bag acts as a wonderful tablet stand and works anywhere from an office desk to a couch or a bed. The microbead base takes contour of any surface and provides stability where it’s needed. The highly grippable silicone supports the tablet keeping it in place at all times. The device can be used in both landscape and portrait orientations inside the case. There’s a built-in handle providing a convenient way to carry the case around.
  • Knomo Increased the iPad Mini Organizational Skills With Knomad

    alex
    20 Aug 2014 | 11:00 am
    The Knomo Knomad is not really a portfolio tablet case – it’s a life saver. The iPad Mini compatible accessory is the best case scenario for organizing everything a busy tablet owner needs during the day. Crafted from lightly coated cotton fabric the case delivers decent impact protection and repels splashes. There are numerous pockets and slots on the inside as well as a stylus holder and a compartment for an extra battery. The case closes up with a small flap featuring two classic brass button locks. Available in multiple color options. About Knomo: Our journey started in 2004. I had a…
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    iPad tablets

  • Free iPad , Where To Get Them

    gripdown
    29 Jul 2014 | 8:49 pm
    Where can one come up with a free ipad? This is a good query that I have been requested many time. So here’s a checklist of locations the place you will get a free iPad. For Canada      TWO simple steps to get your Apple iPad mini gadget! 1. Start by opening ONE of the next all-inclusive accounts: 2. Set up ONE of the next transactions in your new account: 2 pre-approved funds OR 1 common payroll direct deposit Once the transactions seem in your new banking account, we’ll ship you a brand new Apple iPad mini machine. It’s that straightforward! Other Ways to Apply:…
  • Apple iPad vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab

    gripdown
    27 Jul 2014 | 9:10 am
    I’ve used a lot of Android tablets over the years since Samsung first introduced the Galaxy Tab. And the first one I ever owned was the first generation Tab, with 3G. Even then, I thought it was a pretty good device, and this was at a time when Google was urging the likes of Samsung not to use Android on tablets until it had built a version that could cater to them better. But Samsung didn’t listen and pushed ahead. Now we are in a position where Samsung has got the process of building tablets down to a fine art. The company has decided that it would be a major force in tablets, and had…
  • 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…
 
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