The iPad has an endless amount of amazing qualities. Using the iPad has opened up so much since the release of the iPad 2 and the 3G capabilities that it brings. Now an internet connection, and all of your amazing apps can be used almost anywhere there is a signal. Recently the iPad has been […]
Free Apps is going weekly, starting with today’s super-size edition with more than 50 apps. Plus, by popular demand: app listings now have descriptions!
Own an iPhone, iPad, or Mac? You’ll find some great “free for a limited time” apps in this Apple Gazette regular feature. Don’t forget to bookmark AppleGazette.com to easily access new editions!
You’d have a hard time finding a photo editor that makes tweaking those pictures to perfection as easy as Snapseed does. Also inside: a before-and-after gallery of my own edited photos.
Love games? Game makers love you too, if this weekend edition of Free Apps is any indicator. You’ll also find a cool calculator and a popular video editor.
Wacom’s Bamboo Stylus for iPad is a sleek, super stylish accessory that looks and feels great. But does it work?
There’s a little bit of everything in today’s pint-sized edition.
If you’re not following @applegazette on Twitter, now is the time.
Today, I’ve found you an app for Anime art lovers, an aquarium, an app for adding photo frames to your pictures, and tons of games!
Today: A major game from the creators of Doom and Quake, four storybooks for kids, some useful educational tools, music tools, timers, an image utility for Mac, and much more!