Those of you that are bigs fans of the “other” angry birds will be excited to know that Angry Birds Rio has just been updated. The update brings 15 new levels, as well as a boss fight.
Have you ever wished your iPad could support multiple user accounts, just like your Mac does? Pedro Franceschi agrees – that’s why he developed a jailbreak hack that enables exactly that!
As you may have already seen, Spotify has officially hit the ground running in the US, and users willing to subscribe to the $5 or $10 monthly package can sign up now! In order to use Spotify for free, however, you must have an invite. Didn’t get one? Here’s how to fix that.
Nuance, the geniuses behind the leading digital voice synthesis and voice recognition technology, have just announced a new iOS app called Dragon Go!, which they consider to be the next generation of voice search.
Apple has just sent out an email to registered iOS developers detailing a new volume purchasing. Essentially, Any developer who produces an app costing more than $10 can now arrange for discounted bulk licensing rates for that app.
It has been rumored for a while now, but now we have gotten the official word – Spotify, the brilliant music streaming service beloved in Europe, has officially launched in the US! Currently, you can only join for free if you have an invitation.
After a long wait, word has officially come from Spotify that they will be releasing their music streaming service in the US today.
MagicHour, the iPhone camera & photo editing app, have released an update which includes a digital zoom on the camera and a tilt-shift feature. Tilt-shift is a popular photographic effect that makes subjects look like miniature toys. It can also be a useful feature on the iPhone or iPad for simulating depth of field.
Apple has just released an update for Aperture right ahead of tomorrow’s expected launch of OS X Lion. The update brings a long list of improvements, bug fixes, and last-minute tweaks to make sure it is ready for Lion. Read on for the full release notes:
If Amazon book release schedules are any indication (and they sometimes are), Apple may be planning to release the next version of their iWork productivity suite, iWork ’11, in October of this year.
Yesterday, software developer Intego announced the immediate availability of VirusBarrier for iOS – an anti-virus and anti-malware app. It allows users of iOS devices to scan email attachments for malware and viruses that might target desktop computers.
Have you ever been overwhelmed and bogged down with your calendar app? I’ve found a way to greatly simplify the way that you use calendars on the Mac. It’s a little program called Fantastical, and it has made all of the difference.
Hot on the heels of Sparrow Mail, a mail client that takes a Twitter-like approach to email, comes Persona, a mail client that takes a social-like approach to email.
This angry birds game on ThinkGeek.com is labelled for 3 – 7 years, but I have a funny feeling some people who are a lot older are going to be playing this – if they can get their hands on it, it’s sold out at the moment (normally $23.99).
Yesterday, Apple issued updates to the entire iLife ’11 suite through both the Mac App Store and Software Update. Read on to find out what changed! Many positive changes have occurred, including bug fixes across the line.
Developed and published by Hothead Games, DeathSpank combines 2D elements in a 3D world to bring a unique RPG with a great storyline, funny dialog, and plenty of action. Created by Ron Gilbert, who’s famous for games such as Monkey Island, DeathSpank bring a wide vary of characters, villains, weapons, and a whole lot of items to collect.