There is no doubt that mobile gaming has reached unprecedented heights with smartphones and tablets. There is no lack of new iOS games to download any time you want to – some free, some paid. One amazing thing about free iOS games is that they still earn a whopping amount of money due to in-app […]
Any time now, we should be getting notifications on our iOS devices that there is a software upgrade available. Yeah, I have been checking periodically, but there’s nothing yet. In any case, for Apple old timers, the evolution of iOS is probably clear in their minds. For those who came late to the game – […]
How much money do you spend on apps? Take a look at your purchased apps, and maybe you’ll have an idea of just how much you’ve spent over the years. I’ve actually heard people say that they can’t imagine ditching iOS simply because of the amount they have invested in apps. To be honest, I […]
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that many of us have this mindset of “free”. That is, people don’t like paying for things, especially apps. Just the other day, I read some comments about Plants vs Zombies 2 and the fact that while the game is awesome, it sucks that one has […]
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 […]
From his birth in San Francisco to his burial in Alta Mesa, and all the stops in between, this clever infographic traces the life story of Steve Jobs — by location.
How big of an Apple fan are you? I love this infographic that lets you score yourself based on your devotion to the world’s greatest electronics maker.
Kim Dot Com’s file hosting service MEGA gives you 10x the storage space as iCloud. But does it foster illegal piracy? And if so, does that affect your decision to use MEGA?
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.
Did the iPhone really come first, meaning Android ripped Apple off? Or did Android come first? Is it possible that both companies independently arrived at the idea for a touchscreen smartphone around the same time?