In April of last year, Apple Gazette published a review of a very popular piece of software called MacKeeper. Currently, there are over 80 reader comments on that review — most of which are extremely negative. Yet MacKeeper is a well-reviewed piece of software, with universally positive marks. So what’s going on here?
Archives for 2011
It’s time to revisit an arcade classic, visit a stunning robot world, take notes in a clever new way, learn about local hot spots, and more in this week’s batch of brand new apps.
No one in history has ever been named Time Magazine‘s “Person of the Year” after they died, but Steve Jobs could very well be the first. Is it an honor he deserves?
The release of iOS 5, the latest version of Apple’s very popular mobile operating system, was met with a lot of excitement, which is expected from anything that Apple releases, really. But a number of people who upgraded to the new OS has been reporting that upon upgrading, they have noticed a problem with their […]
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A video of Steve at the 2010 D8 conference elaborating on why he doesn’t like Flash. It seems like Steve’s reality distortion field is still functioning, even from the grave. Adobe announced today that it is killing Flash for future devices allowing HTML5 to win. Steve was violently opposed to Flash saying how it was […]
Apple critics have long complained about Apple’s walled garden policy that severely restricts the ability of just anyone to develop an app for the iPhone and then sell it. You need to play by Apple’s rules if you want to get inside the so-called garden. This policy may be generating some negative spin for Apple […]
Like its namesake game, Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots is a simple game with a simple objective, yet wickedly addictive gameplay that will have you slice and dicing for hours, thanks to a terrific new mode of play.
23 hot new apps that belong on your iPhone or iPad.
Classic games from yesteryear are finding new life on the iPhone and iPad — devices that have more than enough horsepower to run those old titles. More retro games are being added all the time, but here are 30 of our favorites.