AppAdvice Ecoute For iOS Updated With Automatic Artwork Download, 'Play Next' Feature ... AppAdvice Released in August last year and subsequently given an AppAdvice App of the Week honorable mention, Ecoute got its first major update last October.
Review: Year Walk is a scary good adventure for iOS Macworld In Simogo's $4 Year Walk for iOS, you will plunge right into the middle of a harsh, snow-covered winter, searching for your future through what the Swedes call Årsgång, a mystical...
Managing and saving your podcasts is already pretty simple, but Podcast Gallery is a webapp that makes it even easier, and allows you to save your favorite episodes directly to Google Drive or Dropbox.
The latest 1.3.0 update to the Google Drive app for iOS has arrived and brought with it the joys of landscape document editing. Version 1.30 also features improved Google Doc support and the standard minor bug fixes that come with every update.
Ars Technica Regulators look into expensive in-app purchases Ars Technica Offering a game for free—but charging for further content in-game like extra levels, power-ups and accessories—is an extremely popular business model for many companies.
Cult of Mac Barry For iOS Save Screenshots Of Entire Web Pages Cult of Mac Ever wanted to save a picture of an entire webpage? I have. Last time I made a style guide for our Cult of Mac reviews, I wanted to take a picture and scrawl notes on it.
AppAdvice Photo-Editing App AfterLight Updated With Undo Button, Camera Timer And More AppAdvice AfterLight, the popular photo-editing app formerly known as AfterGlow, has received a major update every month since its release in November last year.
We see tons of app updates come through the App Store every single day, but it's very rare that one of those updates removes functionality rather than adds it. The latest update for Bump for iPhone does exactly that, unfortunately.
It could make us more willing to express how we feel. Or you could say it over-simplies our complex moods and lives. But today the Facebook status update box began offering the option to “share how you’re feeling or what you’re doing” through a drop-down menu of emoticons and media. We’re entering a more structured era of communication, where both friends and big data know exactly how we tick.
Facebook began testing the new sharing options in January, but only released screenshots. Now it appears the feature has been given to a much wider audience. It’s likely the beginning of a global or at least US or English language rollout. I’ve contacted Facebook for details. Most mentions I’ve seen of the feature have been from the US, and many note the similarity to an old Myspace mood sharing option.
Marvel is getting ready to offer over 700 #1 issues again just weeks after it had to halt the giveaway after demand crashed Comixology's servers. To avoid a server overload this time around, Marvel is offering the downloads to users in batches.
DayDream alarm app for the iPhone just got released on the App Store. Here's our review of the new app on the dock: (App Review: DayDream Alarm - wake up to inspiring quotes and a pleasant music on your iPhone!
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