The Banner Saga Is Coming to the iPad

The Banner Saga iPad
The popular Viking tactical role-playing game is going to be available on the iPad soon, so players of the desktop game can rejoice! Technically, it’s not only the iPad that’s getting The Banner Saga – Android tablets will also have their own version. Released by Stoic, which is comprised of a bunch of indie game Read more…

5 Essential Summer Travel Apps for Your iPhone

5 Essential Summer Travel Apps for Your iPhone
Summer is here, and the chances are your travel plans are getting as hot as the temperature outside. Whether your bags are packed and you’re ready to go, or you’re still waiting for that last minute deal, you’ll want some useful apps loaded on your iPhone. After all, we’ve gotten so used to relying on Read more…

4 Health and Fitness Apps to Help You Get Ready for Summer

health and fitness apps
I’ve always been a sucker for apps that are supposed to help you get fit and keep track of your health. That’s a result of a combination of spending too much time in the kitchen and a love for tech. With the amount of food apps and recipes that I constantly look at, I certainly Read more…

Slingshot App Allows iOS Screensharing on Any Device

slingshot app
Sometimes, it’s just easier to share what’s on your screen with other devices rather than sending screenshots via email or other messaging platforms. Of course, there’s the good old manual way of actually showing someone else your phone, but what good is that when you’re not physically in the same room? That’s where Slingshot app Read more…

The Feeling Skin Battery Case Also Shares Your Mood

battery case
The topic of how the iPhone (well, the apps) puts enormous strain on its battery hasn’t gone away, and I don’t think it will go away any time soon – unless the next iPhone actually comes with a better battery pack. So it’s not really surprising that we see battery case after battery case come Read more…

iPhone Alarm Lets You “Wake Up With the World”

iphone alarm clock
The alarm goes off. Your hand flops around looking for your iPhone so you can hit snooze. What seems like a minute later, the alarm goes off again, and your hand moves on its own accord once again. Repeat. Rinse. Repeat. Isn’t that the usual scenario every morning? Maybe Eric Rieper, a Pratt Institute MFA Read more…

Coachella to Feature iBeacon Tech

iBeacon
In December of 2013, Apple launched iBeacon and enabled it in their stores. iBeacon uses Bluetooth and the Apple Store App in order to gather location-based information from iPhone users. While the technology has received mixed reviews – while it is a very cool concept (especially for retailers), some find privacy to be an issue. Read more…

Lightroom Goes Mobile on the iPad

lightroom for mobile
“Everyone’s” favorite professional photo editing software is now available on the iPad, making it easier for pro photographers – and amateur photography enthusiasts – to play around with photos while on the go. The new Lightroom for the iPad allows users to edit and organize their photos wherever they may be. Announced yesterday via the Read more…

Microsoft Office for iPad Boasts a Whopping 12 Million Downloads

Microsoft Office for iPad
Within 24 hours of being available in the App Store, Microsoft Office for iPad already skyrocketed to the top of the charts. It’s free, so that is one thing going for it. We also cannot deny that Microsoft Office does have some advantages over Apple’s own productivity suite. Today, though, Microsoft has earned even more Read more…

App Prices in Australia and Other Countries Go Up by 30%

app prices
If you’re in Australia, and you have an Australian account for the App Store, then there’s some bad news for you: app prices are going up by 30%. Read more…