There are Apple fanboys (and girls), and they have their Android counterparts. I don’t think that I would be far from being correct if I assume that many of you fall under the first group, would I? 😉 Of course, whichever group you belong to, one thing is common: an ardent show of support for […]
The App Store turns five years old this week, and 10 major, critically-acclaimed and fan-favorite apps are going free to celebrate. They include Infinity Blade II, Barefoot World Atlas, Traktor DJ, and more.
Have you ever wondered how apps get made? How they’re dreamed up, designed, coded, and made to work? How apps are submitted to the App Store, and how they get approved (or denied)? In this exclusive, multi-part series, we’re going to follow one app’s development from idea to “on sale,” and find out exactly how […]
Google Maps has provided an actual working alternative to the very buggy maps app that Apple rolled out with iOS 6. But even though it is THE maps app to have on your iOS devices, Google is not content with just providing a working app. The company has released its first update to its app […]
With 2012 almost behind us, let’s take a look back at some fascinating facts about Apple via everyone’s favorite form of visualized data: infographics.
Came across an app this morning that blew my mind — for a minute. A mobile version of Halo 4 in the App Store? Nope. It’s a scam that instead of giving you Halo 4, gives you a chess game. Yeah.
Another concrete sign that Apple really bungled its Maps app for the iOS is the sheer volume of downloads for the Google Maps app that was reported shortly after it was officially released in the Apple App Store last December 12. According to Jeff Huber, the senior vice president of commerce and local at Google, […]
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.
The long-awaited new version of iTunes is here, and it’s pretty sweet. Let’s take a look at what’s new.
After announcing it last month, Google has finally released the Google+ app on the Apple App Store this week. Quite notable about this release is that the Google+ app has been released for iOS devices first before the Android version. Android, as everyone knows, is owned by Google even though it is an open source […]