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Wallpaper Weekends: Beautiful Water Droplet Walls for iPhone 5

Posted on 23/03/2013 by Jim Gresham


Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This weekend our featured digital artist is hacker/themer, @Max_Kas. Max is the brain behind the LS Lyra 5 theme for jailbroken devices.


EA Number One App Publisher Of 2012

Posted on 23/03/2013 by Henry Taylor-Gill


In the app world, there are several heavyweights, the app publishers who dominate and make more money than any other. App Annie has released the top 52 publishers of 2012 based off combined annual revenue, and counting both App Store and Google Play sales.


Review: Heist and Run – A Fast-Paced ‘Beat The Cops’ Racing Game for iOS

Posted on 22/03/2013 by Chris Rauschnot

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Set in a pre-apocalyptic Earth after an economic collapse, James Carbon rides in the night, sweeping past the private police of giant Danger City corporations to reclaim gold coins that he believes belong to its downtrodden people. That’s the backdrop for Heist and Run free in the App Store, a cartoon styled free racing game made for the iPhone and iPad.


Apple to Reject Apps That Lack iPhone 5 Support or Use UDIDs Starting on May 1

Posted on 22/03/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

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Apple has announced that they will begin rejecting any newly submitted or updated apps that require access to a device’s UDID, after warning developers against using the old identifier system for nearly a full year. They’ll also begin rejecting any new app or update that lacks support for the iPhone 5’s 4-inch Retina display.


Jony Ive Pushing for ‘Flat,’ Industrial-Style Design for iOS 7

Posted on 21/03/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler


Speculation has suggestedthat future versions of iOS could drop the skeumorphic design elements that Forstall seemed so fond of, in favor of Ive’s preference towards cleaner, flatter designs. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, that is indeed exactly what is now happening.


Review: Hang W/ for iOS – A Social Video Experience Like No Other

Posted on 21/03/2013 by Ian Fuchs


Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and hundreds of other social platforms offer a new or different way to let users share parts of their life with the world. Hang W/ blends all the best ingredients of other social networks, and presents it in a beautifully wrapped, feature packed shell.


Review: Piikki – A Digital Expense Tracker for iOS

Posted on 20/03/2013 by C. Marie Johnson


Tracking expenses is no longer just for the traveling businessman, people everywhere are starting to pay more attention to their finances. Budgeting and expense tracking can become overwhelming, especially when it comes to organizing. Now there is an app that helps manage your expenses, generate reports, archive, and more!


How to Use Photo Stream With Your Digital Camera

Posted on 20/03/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler


as nearly any serious photographer will tell you, an iPhone isn’t the right tool for all of your photography (no matter how good the iPhone 5 camera may be). Wouldn’t it be great if you could use Photo Stream with your digital camera or DSLR as well? If you’ve ever asked yourself this question, I have good news for you. You can! Here’s how it’s done!


Apple Releases iOS 6.1.3, Fixes Lockscreen Security Flaw

Posted on 19/03/2013 by J. Glenn Künzler

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After beta testing for several weeks, Apple has released iOS 6.1.3, which brings numerous bug and security fixes, including a patch for the lock screen security flaw which has been affecting iOS 6 since release. The update also includes a number of improvements to Maps in Japan.


Review: Graviton – A Great New Tetris-Like Puzzle Game for iOS

Posted on 18/03/2013 by C. Marie Johnson


Graviton  is a game that plays on the idea of Tetris, with a spin, taking a classic to a new level. So many games have complicated instructions and rules that don’t make sense, so why not take it back a notch with a game that takes users back, take a familiar game and re-introduce it to a new generation?


Wallpaper Weekends: Luck of the March Madness

Posted on 16/03/2013 by Jim Gresham


Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This is mostly an American weekend for wallpapers, but you international readers may still find them impressive.


Review: WishLab – A Great Personal Goal Management App for iOS

Posted on 15/03/2013 by C. Marie Johnson


Setting goals and having wishes is something that everyone has in common. Another thing they have in common? Losing sight of those goals and wishes. What if you could document your goals and wishes? Better yet, what if you could track your progress with your goals and wishes daily, tracking your thoughts, feelings, and most importantly, progress? Well, now you can.


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