Apple has just released iOS 6 beta 6, the newest pre-release version of iOS 5, to developers today. Additionally, Apple has released iTunes 10.5 beta 6 to support syncing with the new iOS beta. The new build is available as an over-the-air Delta update, or through the Apple Developer Portal.
Skype has just launched a brand new free iOS app called Skype WiFi. The app helps you locate over 1 WiFi hotspots, and allows you to get online using Skype credit at a cost of as little as $0.06 USD per minute, regardless of how much bandwidth you use.
Looking to get your hands on the upcoming complete Star Wars Blu-Ray set? Fox Mobile Entertainment has an app for that – and they just updated it with iPhone support!
In the first known incident of its kind, an iOS developer recently paid out $50,000 to settle a complaint from the US Federal Trade Commission claiming that his iOS apps harvested children’s personal data without their parents’ knowledge.
iWordJuggle is an awesome puzzle game for iOS, but what makes it so special? Read our review to find out!
The folks over at Hunch provided a broad survey to over 15,000 smartphone users, with questions ranging from gender, politics, television preferences, and so forth, and put together a clever infographic showing what they found.
If you enjoy Starbucks and happen to own an iOS device, it just might be worth stopping in for a visit. Starbucks has just partnered with Apple on another new promotion today in which they’ll be giving away free paid iOS apps to visitors.
Those of you familiar with HBO subsidiary Cinemax’s late-night programming are likely well-aware of the very adult (and perhaps pornographic) nature of that programming, yet the new free Cinemax MaxGo app was nevertheless approved over the weekend, bringing just such content to the iPhone and iPad.
Bloomberg reports that Nintendo’s investors are increasingly beginning to pressure the gaming giant to begin developing games for the iPhone and other mobile platforms.
Fans of Douglas Adams’ wildly popular novel “The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” will be excited to know that Hothead Games will soon be releasing an interactive edition of the Guide, turning your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad into an authentic replication of the actual Guide described in the books.
According to a report from BGR, Google is apparently putting the rush on their latest version of Android, deliciously named “Ice Cream Sandwich”, in order to better compete with the iPhone 5.
Amazon & VUDU today launched web based iPad apps that circumvent Apple’s in-app purchasing. The move sees Amazon launching Kindle Cloud Reader and VUDU releasing an optimized iPad web app for streaming movies.
Talkatone, a voice service and iOS app that uses Google Voice to let you make free phone calls over WiFi and 3G, has just updated and expanded their app with Facebook support, allowing you to call or chat with your Facebook friends as well.
Although it took longer than previous iOS 5 betas, iOS 5 beta 5 has now been jailbroken using redsn0w 0.9.8b5. It’s still a tethered jailbreak, and so far does not support the iPad 2, but progress is progress, right?
Now that the iPhone and Android share many common apps, and particularly games, it’d be nice for us iPhone users to be able to challenge our Android fellows with some wireless multiplayer action. If a new Austin, TX-based startup is successful, we may see just that.
Google has just released an update for the official iOS Google+ app. The update brings support for the iPad and iPod Touch, which it previously could not be installed on, as well as bug fixes and performance and stability improvements.