Charlie Sheen’s back! And this time on iTunes. Although I’m not very sure of how he got through to Apple, he has designed an app for the iPad, iPhone, Blackberry AND Android platform.
In Apple’s upcoming Mac OS X version 10.7, also called Lion, we’ll see a lot of improvements in the system. The newest reports from AppleInsider says that Preview 5.5 will see some facelifts.
Earlier this week I wrote that Adobe was subsidizing the May issue of WIRED for the iPad in a move that might spell trouble for digital magazine offerings. It looks like that may be the case. Condé Nast employees have confirmed that the publisher is slowing down and taking a more conservative approach to releasing their publications to the iPad.
In case your kids have enough chocolate, why not wind them up with some virtual candy this Easter. EA and SEGA are having a big Easter sale. Here’s a sampling of some great games for iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad to fill your basket this weekend. Many are only 99 cents, Happy Easter!
If you haven’t seen my review of Toast 11 Pro, now is the time. Why, you ask? Because it will build up your anticipation for the giveaway I’m about to announce!
Amazon has just announced a neat new feature allowing Kindle users to borrow Kindle e-books from over 11,000 local libraries in the US. While intriguing, its unclear how much this will be used, or which libraries will support the feature.
Firemint has finally released the much anticipated Real Racing 2 HD for iPad. The big deal here is tha the game turns your iPad 2 into a controller with gauges while you watch the action in 1080p glory on your big screen.
Earlier today, Glenn reviewed Sparrow.app – a popular Mail client for your Mac. Sparrow has been getting rave reviews for their unique take on email. Today we will be giving away 5 Sparrow licenses. Read inside for details on how to enter.
Zen Viewer is another application in a field of already established and useful viewer/organisational tools. So does Zen have any more to offer? Well yes, depending on what you want from a finder.
Sony’s Crackle app today made its debut on the App Store. The App, available for free but only to US citizens, lets you watch back select free movies and TV shows on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
If you’re anything like me, you have plenty of email accounts. I use at least 5 of a daily basis. Traditionally, I have had 2 browsers open, each logged into multiple Gmail accounts, but no more. Sparrow has shown me a new way.
Dropbox today released a massive update of their iPad app. Version 1.4 has introduced many new features, including the ability to choose what app to use to open files within your Dropbox, upload files from your photo booth library, and a revamped navigation.
We recently caught up with Brendan Lim, who along with Pradeep Elankumaran, co-founded Receivd – a cool new file sharing app for OS X. Last week we reviewed Receivd and we were so impressed that we awarded Receivd a score of 9/10.
MacTrast favorite, Dropbox is expected to today announce a pretty impressive milestone. Dropbox, founded in 2007, is expected to hit 25 million users. Users of the popular file sharing and syncing service save 200 million files per day. That’s 1 million files every 5 minutes.
Much like a baby seal returns to the sea after some R&R at a pet sanctuary, Oracle has returned Open Office to the open source community. If you want to continue to use an open source alternative to MS Office, then you can support Libre Office.
A week ago we reported that Angry Birds Seasons will get an Easter-themed update. Well folks, it’s here now!