It’s hard to believe, but this picture-perfect recreation of an iPhone 4 seen on the web, was created with no images. It’s nothing but pure HTML. CSS 3.0, to be exact.
When people get onto a heated debate about what platform is better — Android vs iOS, I always chime in and tell them that the one thing the iPhone and iPad have is a great selection of board games converted into iOS. It’s taking devs forever to port their games to Android and this is […]
It’s not like news like this would still surprise us. Apple has released their sales report for the first quarter of 2012 and as expected the company has exceeded its own projections and has broken sales records. Apple is reporting its largest revenue period yet – a whopping $46.3 billion. According to the Apple report, […]
A fantastic list this week, jam-packed with highly original & useful tools, and plenty of fun, inventive games!
The new year is off to a slow start in the App Store, but here are a few choice apps you might like.
Weâ€™ve discussed the many virtues of the iPhone at length in so many articles. Itâ€™s a phone that can do practically anything. Now you can add â€œlife saving deviceâ€ to that list of features. A Frederick, Maryland man was recently rescued after being lost in the woods with the help of his trusty iPhone. Christopher […]
The holidays put the kibosh on new apps for several days this week as the App Store was closed to new submissions, but here’s a special edition featuring the best new apps from before and since.
The iPhone 4S is just a couple of months old. After the oohs and aahs over Siri, the iPhone 4s is really not that much different from the iPhone 4 so the attention of iPhone fans has again shifted to the real next-gen iPhone, the iPhone 5. Weâ€™ve reported a lot about the iPhone 5 […]
Get ready for our biggest, most comprehensive list of new apps ever! It’s almost Christmas, and accordingly, iOS developers are trotting out their big titles, including a ton of console game ports…
The last few days have seen a flurry of activity in the form of high-profile new iOS apps from Apple’s once longtime rival, Microsoft. Xbox apps? Check. Halo app? Check. Killer notetaking app? Yep, got that too.