Have you ever used an ink brush? The kind used so often in Japanese art and character writing? Whether you have or haven’t, you’re going to find that Psoft Mobile’s Zen Brush simulates the feel of using one with staggering realism.
Fans of side-scrolling games are in luck today! There are also lots of handy utilities, productivity apps, and more in this weekend’s edition of Free Apps.
Welcome to a new weekly feature that every Friday will highlight can’t-miss new apps for your iOS device that are less than one week old. Never miss another hot new app!
Apple recently gained a small victory when it won an injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab, forcing the Korean manufacturer to remove the Galaxy Tab 7.7 from the company’s display and booth at the recently held IFA in Germany. But now another battle is looming and this time Apple may have to make some drastic moves […]
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?