I am a little ashamed to admit, I had never played Farkle before trying out Farkle Mania Online on my iPhone. It took me while to get the hang of this little game, but it is definitely a game that will be staying on my iPhone for awhile.
Following a report sharing supposed details of OS X 10.9, 9to5Mac has also posted some major new details about iOS 7. According to the report, iOS 7 will feature a major interface redesign, and will take on a new “flatter” user interface, as well as an even simpler design compared to previous versions of iOS.
It’s taken awhile, but Google has finally released its Google Now service to iOS users. The feature is included as part of an update to Google’s Search app for iOS.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Jon Berry’s beautiful nature shots tailored for your iPhone 5 retina screen celebrate the weekend.
NFL Enterprises has released an updated version of its NFL ’13 app. The update offers live coverage and a new second screen experience to a number of users directly through the app for the 2013 NFL Draft.
Love classic comic strips like Calvin and Hobbes, Garfield, and Dilbert? Then you’ll be glad to hear the Uclick has released GoComics, an app that allows you to download classic comics to your iPhone or iPad.
Following Twitter’s announcement that they would be discontinuing TweetDeck for iPhone, Android, and Adobe Air, the company has now officially announced the expiration date for those versions of the app as May 7. On that date, Twitter will permanently disable the apps from functioning, and dropping all support and development.
Apple has just released a significant update to their Apple Store iOS app, adding push notifications to let users know when they are eligible for a discount iPhone upgrade, as well as push notifications for order shipment and delivery. The notifications are a nice unexpected touch that should bring some nice user functionality for the app.
In what is seemingly a very recent change, Apple is now limiting the types of characters developers can include in their app descriptions on the App Store. Banned characters include emojis, checkmarks and speech bubbles.
Netflix has released version 4.0 of its popular iOS app. The updated app has redesigned controls for episode selection, new controls for audio and subtitles, and of course, the ever popular “bug fixes.”
A restaurant chain in the UK has taken advantage of the Passbook feature in iOS 6 to draw customers into its eateries.
Earth Day is observed on April 22 each year and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network, and is celebrated in more than 192 countries every year. These apps will help you live a more environmentally responsible way of life, and you just may learn something too.
Time Warner Cable has added a live “out-of-home” programming feature to its iOS TWC TV app, removing limitations that required a user to view such content from a Wi-Fi network associated with a Time Warner cable subscription.
Evernote has released a significant update for both the Mac and iOS versions of Skitch – a popular image annotation app which they purchased late last year. The update adds a number of new features, including support for PDF annotation, and a new Stamps feature, allowing users to add one-word reactions to images and notes, such as “Yes!,” “No!,” and “Tell me more”.
It’s time for Opera’s State of Mobile Advertising report for Q1 2013, and it looks like the iPhone is back on top when it comes to generating traffic to mobile ads, regaining its throne from Android. iOS also is king of the hill when it comes to monetization among the mobile platforms.
A Chinese website appears to be distributing pirated versions of iOS apps for free, and it seems they’re using a system powered by Apple’s own enterprise licensing technology!