Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen today said he’ll bring Flappy Bird back to the App Store in August. The developer told CNBC’s Kelly Evans that the new version of the game will be multiplayer, and “less addictive.”
Microsoft’s Office for iPad suite is still being downloaded in strong numbers, as the company reports that the apps included in the suite of productivity apps has tallied over 27 million downloads as of Monday.
Twitter has officially announced a “mute” feature for its iPhone, web, and Android clients. The new feature allows users to selectively turn off posts of certain users they follow, without unfollowing them.
I love a deal, and I love really cool and useful Mac apps. And when both of those things come together? WOO-HOO! (And you can quote me on that.) Welcome to the Happy Mac Bundle – 10 top apps for a mere $39.99.
We all want our personal information and files to be accessible anywhere, and at anytime, but how can we keep that same information secure? iOS device users now have one more option for securely storing their personal information and files on their devices. Introducing ScipherKey.
Google Maps is getting an update today, receiving a nice improvement in the app’s turn-by-turn directional functions, a new lane guidance feature, easier to access alternate routes, and improved offline storage support for maps.
Angry Bird publisher Rovio has launched a new title in the iOS App Store, that at first blush, might seem like an Angry Birds clone. However, the trailer for the game shows off some interesting gameplay mechanics that should set it apart from the thousands of other “flappy” games.
Although Apple indicates that iOS 7 encrypts email attachments in its Mail app, security researcher Andreas Kurtz has discovered that versions of iOS 7, including current release iOS 7.1.1, in fact, do not.
It’s Star Wars Day, and to help you celebrate, MacTrast has a great, “May The Fourth Be With You” Star Wars Gamer Bundle to offer you! (These make great presents for the Star Wars fan in your life, even though today isn’t “Star Wars Christmas” like Penny thinks it is, everyone knows that’s Wookiee Life Day!)
If you’re like me, you type quite a few chunks of text over-and-over. Contact information, salutations, directions… What if you could just type a single trigger word and have your Mac fill out the rest? Meet Typinator.
One of our favorite apps for listening to Internet radio here at MacTrast is Radium, the great and easy to use Mac app from the fabulously named CatPig Studios. The app received an update recently, and we thought we’d give you the heads up on the new version.
Squirells is launching a great new product today called “Slingshot,” which allows you to share your iOS device’s screen cross-platform style with other users, be they on iOS, Android, Windows, or OS X. There are some cool collaboration tools too…