Halfbrick threw down the gauntlet with yesterday’s one-day-only giveaways of its entire app catalog. Today, Telltale upped the ante by reducing the prices of almost all of its App Store games to $.99.
Fruit Ninja developer Halfbrick Studios has made all of its iOS games free for the next 24 hours. Grab ‘em while you can! Here’s a full list of direct links to every free app, which includes all of the Barry Steakfries games as well.
It is a good day for iOS today, what with Flickr and Google Maps being available for the platform. Flickr has been around forever, and even those who do not have a pro account know just how great an experience it offers. I can’t emphasize enough how I appreciate all the awesome photos I find […]
The police department of Victoria, Australia has issued a warning to travelers not to use the built-in Apple Maps on iOS 6 devices and just use other map apps alternatives. The warning came in light of a fatal error on the troubled Maps app that came with the iOS 6 system. According to the Victoria […]
iPhone Clear users, rejoice! Now you can make those awesomely simple to-do lists on your Mac, too. And best of all, the two versions of the app sync together.
This year’s MacHeist 4 bundle has been revealed, and it’s a killer one. There are 15 Mac apps total, including some heavy hitters like Evernote, Scrivener, DiskTools Pro, and an incredible selection of games, too, all for an unheard-of price of $29.
A recent survey conducted by ABI Research has revealed a trend that may have an impact on both iOS users and their devices. The survey revealed that over the last six months the size of apps for the iOS has increased in size –an increase of approximately 16 percent. The survey showed that it is […]
The U.S. elections is keeping people busy, with pundits proselytizing all over the place and critics bashing left and right. The chances are that you’re being kept on your toes trying to catch as much information as you can about the elections. There is nothing wrong with that; in fact, I’d say responsible voters ought […]
One minute it’s officially confirmed, the next it’s formally denied. This is exactly why I hate rumors: no matter what the truth is, somebody’s lying.
When Apple purchased C3 Technologies to make use of their realistic 3D mapping system, C3 already had a number of major world cities mapped. So why have some of them been left out of Apple Maps‘ big debut?