Earlier this week an app called iMAME hit the App Store, allowing fans to play vintage arcade games on the iPhone and iPad. Unfortunately, Apple has now pulled the app from the App Store.
Frontier Developments has officially launched their popular WiiWare title LostWinds on iOS with a new revamped version of the platformer with new graphics optimized for iOS devices.
Ah, the holiday season. Relax, grab some eggnog, and have a seat in your favorite chair – that really soft one next to the tree, right in front of your 8-bit interactive Mac fireplace. Read on to download it for yourself.
Intuit issued an email to their customers today announcing that they are developing a re-engineered Lion-compatible version of Quicken for Mac 2007 after numerous customers voiced their frustration.
Those of you that love MegaMan should be excited to note that Capcom has now released Mega Man X for the iPhone and iPod touch, bringing the SNES action so many love to iOS.
LogMeIn has released a new free version of LogMeIn Ignition for iOS, bringing many of the features of their $29.99 premium app to users for free. The company has also enhanced their paid app with a number of new features.
Firemint’s Real Racing 2, a very popular racing game for iOS, has now come to the Mac App Store, bringing its well-loved and graphically rich gaming experience to the Mac.
Evernote has released an iPad version of Skitch, the popular screenshot, sketching and annotation tool for the Mac. Skitch for iPad allows you to annotate photos with shapes or text, or create unique diagrams or sketches.
A new arcade machine emulator called iMAME has just hit the App Store, bringing the classic arcade experience to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
We’ve looked at previous solutions that allow you to use Siri dictation to control your Mac, but a new app called Vocal really takes the cake, providing a solution that works extremely well and provides a wide assortment of features.
AirForShare exists in a niche market – an app that allows file sharing across one WiFi network. It does what it is designed to do and it does very well – I only question the usability of an app with such limited functionality.
EA and Gameloft have announced a Christmas mega sale on the App Store. Games normally priced between $2 and $10 are now on sale for $0.99 cents for a limited period of time.
Amazon has just released an update to their Kindle app for iOS, bringing Kindle magazine support to the iPad, a new Send-to-Kindle feature for sendig documents to Amazon’s cloud, as well as better support for digital textbooks.
Mozilla has released version 9 of their popular Firefox browser, including speed enhancements, improved theme integration, and support for two-finger swiping in OS X Lion, as well as bug fixes and stability improvements.
A new heart monitor app and accessory has been approved by Apple to take advantage of the new Bluetooth 4.0 technology found in the iPhone 4S.
Notification Center is certainly handy for keeping track of recent notifications, but it isn’t very customizable. Quickpick changes all that by allowing you to create custom shortcuts in the Notification Center to perform various tasks.