Apple critics have long complained about Appleâ€™s walled garden policy that severely restricts the ability of just anyone to develop an app for the iPhone and then sell it. You need to play by Appleâ€™s rules if you want to get inside the so-called garden. This policy may be generating some negative spin for Apple […]
We’ve been waiting and waiting… and also, waiting. Finally, it’s here. Facebook for iPad is ready and waiting for you to download. And yes, it’s awesome.
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Looking to get things done? Today’s selection of limited-time-only free apps for iPhone and iPad will help you do just that. There’s also a smattering of games and an app that turns your iPad into a window viewer for several beautiful environments.
Today’s batch of limited-time-only free apps includes a slew of games, a slick digital baby book, a ringtone maker, and much more. There are 17 total apps for your downloading enjoyment!
Did you know? AppleGazette’s daily Free Apps lists are not comprehensive. Instead, we highlight the cream of the crop so you don’t have to search for them. We’re most interested in quality in app design and value in what’s offered to users. (I swear, if I see one more Angry Birds clone, I may require […]
A few months back, Apple unveiled its subscription service for content distribution on the iPad. The model first used by The Daily news app is now available to all app content makers, such as magazines, newspapers, and even video and music. Anything that’s published can be delivered automatically to your iPad without the need for […]
The iPad has evolved from a content consumption to a content creation device thanks to the robust amount of Apps available for creative users. Amazing works of art have been created with the iPad but many professionals question the usefulness of the device. While it won’t make you a Picasso or turn you in to […]
Over at TUAW TJ Luoma posted commented on developer Brittany Tarvin’s great entry about free software and why free is a misnomer in her opinion.
WikiLeaks, which has made headlines recently for the distribution of thousands (and counting) of US cables between diplomats, arrived on the App Store in the form of an unofficial App. However, Apple has opted to pull the App which is no longer avilable to purchase. The $1.99 App was removed from the App Store without […]