It’s amazing how popular “vintage” has become. Not only has our style and attitude begun to reflect a distant era, but our personal devices reflect it in app design and function. iOS game BoulderDash XL is following suit, bringing classic Atari gaming to the palm of your hand.
Articles by Ian Fuchs
So you decided to jump on board and pick up an iPhone, iPod, or iPad. “Tips & Tricks for iOS 6 & iPhone 5” is a great way to learn the ins-and-outs of, and master your new iDevice.
The iPhone is the center of productivity for millions around the world. Taskett, a new app for iPhone, brings project and task collaboration and management to the palm of your hand.
When Apple released the iPhone 5, the accessory market went crazy. Case manufacturers, like Arctic Accessories, got an opportunity to develop new lines of cases and adapt their design to reflect the brushed silver or slate back side of the new iPhone 5.
Turn-based games have become common place for iPhone owners. TryGuessThis blends the gameplay style of Draw Something with the obsession of photography for a photo guessing game.
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are great ways to share photos with friends, but you rarely get to experience randomly great iPhonography. Outin for iOS turns the standard photo sharing experience on it’s head, and creates a unique new way to share photos around the globe.
With the potential to win millions of dollars, everyone is looking for a better way to increase their odds. CleverLotto for iOS offers a unique set of features to assist in tracking and picking your lottery numbers, helping you make the best bets.
Nothing is more distracting in a run that when Adele starts belting out “Someone Like You” while you’re tearing down the street. Marx Runner eliminates the need for specialized playlists of running music by using your own movement to create unique and motivational music for your run.
When Apple released the iPad in 2010, they opened the door to a new range of ultra-portable products. The iPad was, at the time, the first notable tablet “computer” to gain any mainstream traction, and it gained a lot of…
In late August, Apple scored a huge victory over Samsung in U.S. Courts, ruling that several Samsung devices infringe on a number of Apple’s patents. Now, it appears that Samsung has fired back at Apple, filing suit against the newest Apple smartphone, the iPhone 5.
While most people don’t think about the features in Apple’s stock apps, there is a lot of focus behind their functionality. Savi Contacts, a replacement contacts app, extends the functionality and simplicity even further.
Of the huge selection of games in the App Store, the ones that we tend to gravitate towards games that are easy to learn, fun to play, challenging to master, and frequently, centered around animals. With all those factors in weighing in, iOS game Iron Mouse is no exception.
Steve Jobs said that a 7″ tablet wouldn’t yield a good experience. While the allure of the smaller, 7″ Nexus 7 tablet is very tempting, Android continues to be the biggest flaw for iPad competitors.
The days of doodling in a notebook seem the be dwindling, as iPads and computers take their place in the classroom. With less students using spiral bound, paper notebooks, the future of an amusing artform – flip book animation – is going by the wayside. Animation Desk for iPhone is a new way to keep simple sketched animation from becoming a lost art.
Having the extra bulk of carrying a stand-alone GPS and charger can be quite a hassle. Now, smartphone users can look to their devices for guidance. Sygic GPS Navigation for iOS offers a feature packed solution for on-the-go navigation needs.
Every day, we hear people ask how far away somewhere is, and frequently, our answer is an estimation. For some, it’s drive time, and for others, it’s miles (or kilometers) driven. Now, developer Ribaba has given iOS users the ability to find a more accurate distance between points on a map.