In line with Apple’s 2.0 revamp of their Apple Stores, they have also updated to version 1.3 of their retail app, Apple Store for iPhone & iPad. The app will allow you to research & buy the latest Apple products, accessories, and software to be shipped to your door.
PhotoStyler turns your ordinary digital photographs into rustic, grungey, and retro photographs. PhotoStyler will turn your bland photographs into something a bit special. Check out our review inside.
Tweet It is a simple Twitter client that does a few simple things; simply.
One of the problems with the more feature rich Twitter clients on the market is the inability to quickly copy a link while on your iPhone or iPad from your web browser to your Twitter stream. Tweet It solves that problem by intergrating a web browser into the tweet screen.
Passwords have become a part of life. Everyone has Internet accounts that require protection, but keeping the different passwords in order can be difficult. Acrylic offers a clean and organized way to keep all your passwords in order through the app Wallet.
Reeder 1.0 Draft 16 is out now. The beautiful Mac desktop RSS reader for Google Reader has added subscription management to this latest release as well as fixing a few bugs.
Instagram was today updated to version 1.7. The popular photo sharing app for the iPhone has more than 3.7 million users and offers free hosting and predefined image filters that will enhance your mobile snaps.
Hey Hipstamatic fans, Hipstamatic have given us a Hipstacase to give to one of our readers! To win the Hipstacase show us your Hipstamatics! Pick your best shots and show them to us. Leave a comment on this post – you can either upload your photo in the comment, or link to it if it’s online already.
The Lockitron (best name ever) is a smart phone app that lets you lock and unlock doors. Lockitron uses a plug server and ethernet cable tied to an electronic lock to open and close doors. Lockitron also supports NFC (near field communication) – a technology rumored to be coming to the iPhone that caters for short distance communication between devices.
Over the last few years’ iOS has offered a starting point for casual gamers. Little quirky games like Cut the Rope, Angry Birds and Peggle have shown people that gaming can be fun, effortless and addicting.
Guinness World Records have been dishing out the honours to Apple devices and services. The iPhone 4 was named the fastest selling portable gaming system on release when it sold a whopping 1.5m units in the first day compared to the previous holder, Nintendo’s DS at 500K over one week.
It is quite astonishing to know the amount of people who have iPads are not aware it has a built in photo frame viewer type function. In the boom of digital photo frame viewers a few years ago many of us have one sitting around gathering dust (including me) rarely being turned on. Since getting an iPad and finding the feature I must admit I have used it only a couple of times but definitely more than my smaller photo frame.
Alfred.app, the super great app launcher for Mac, is up to 0.9 and brings with it global hotkeys, terminal commands, dragging files from Alfred into apps, syncing, quit / hide / force quit command, and an iTunes DJ feature.
Reeder, my personal favorite RSS reader, is up to version 1.0b15. This is the 15th beta release of the Google Reader-centric RSS reader. Hopefully a full 1.0 release is around the corner.
Love StarCraft? Have an iPad? Gameloft’s new title, Starfront: Collision HD, may be just the thing for you! Released just today, It’s an RTS featuring beautiful graphics, and the gameplay promises to be good as well – and its multiplayer!
The popular iOS messaging service IM+: Instant Messaging has just been updated to introduce a new feature called “Neighbors”, which helps users find local friends who share their same interests.
Twitter’s official desktop app for the Mac has been updated to version 2.1. The new release sees a number of feature enhancements. The best of which look to be multi-window support and autocomplete for both usernames and, to a lesser extent, hastags.