Amazon announced a huge update today for their Cloud Player service, adding a new iTunes Match-like “scan and match” feature that allows users to access their entire music library in the cloud by matching their tracks with Amazon’s media library.
The latest alternative to Siri is a new iOS app called Saga – but rather than duplicate Siri’s functions, Saga does something unique, logging away information about places you’ve visited, and suggesting new places for you to go!
Time for another visit with Siri. It’s question and answer time, with Siri in the hot seat.
A new report from Opera Software says the iPhone is the top performer in the “mobile ad monetization performance space”. (God, I love technical talk!) It’s closely followed by Android devices, then there’s a large gap, and “all the rest” fall in behind.
We have hooked up with Gameloft to give away 5 copies of N.O.V.A. 3 – an incredibly deep and immersive FPS shooter from Gameloft! N.O.V.A. 3 would normally set you back $6.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
14 years ago, the original Baldur’s Gate was released for the Mac. Now, the developer Overhaul games has shed more light on the Enhanced Edition, which is coming out September 18 with a load of new features.
My wife and I travel quite a bit, for both business and pleasure. When we do, we like to go on tours and see local attractions. But, we also like to save money. Enter Go Select Passes by developer Smart Destinations.
Google has now released an updated Google Earth app for iOS, bringing 3D imaging to iOS before Apple.
The latest item on Apple’s long list of updates today is a revised version of their new Podcasts app for iOS, which includes a number of significant bug fixes and improvements to overall stability.
In yet another addition to the long list of apps updated alongside the OS X Mountain Lion release today, Apple has updated their iTunes U app for iOS, adding a number of great new features.
It’s been a big day for updates from Apple so far due to the release of OS X Mountain Lion, and I’m sure we haven’t seen the end of it yet! Apple has released updates for their Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps for iOS with full support for Documents in the Cloud.
It seems movie to game franchises always seem to release like clockwork, no matter what movie it is, especially if it’s estimated to be a blockbuster, which most comic book movies are. The newest of these action-adventure crossovers is The Dark Knight Rises from Gameloft. Based off the movie, the game can be a blockbuster itself for the iOS platform.
Apple provided a nice update on the state of the App Store during their Q3 2012 earnings conference call today, noting that there are now over 650,000 apps available for iOS devices, including over 255,000 apps optimized for the iPad.
There have been rumors and hints here and there about Microsoft possibly putting together an iOS version of its Microsoft Office apps. Now a set of job listings posted earlier this month indicates that Microsoft may be getting serious.
According to a new survey from mobile platform development company Appcelerator, Apple’s iOS is jumping ahead of Google’s Android platform in enterprise development.
Just in case you didn’t get your “final reminder” from Apple, be aware that you need to save your iWork.com documents by July 31. Otherwise, they all go poof!