Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

Google’s Gboard keyboard app for iOS does not feature a built-in dark theme mode. If your iPhone or iPad is jailbroken, you can add one to it using this free tweak.

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Facebook-owned Instagram app also has a hidden inbox meant for direct messages from users you don’t follow. Here’s how to find it.

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It’s that time of the week yet again. Apple is throwing a quirky little puzzler at us iPhone and iPad users as part of its Free App of the Week initiative, and it is one that is bound to keep most of us occupied. Usually retailing for $0.99, it can now be grabbed for absolutely free till next Thursday.

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With Kairos, you can schedule iMessage and SMS texts in the stock iOS Messages app on iPhone or iPad by allowing a long press on the Send button to present a new menu in which you can set when you want the message to be sent.

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When we told you about i0n1c’s System and Security Info app last week, we wondered whether the iPhone app would be around for long and, predictably enough, it has now been removed from the App Store by Apple.

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Google has released its first ever iPhone keyboard called Gboard, featuring built-in search, swipe input, GIF animations, and much more. Here’s everything you need to know.

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A new iOS app called System and Security Info can check whether a device is jailbroken or running non-Apple approved software, including malware. It can also show complete list of running processes on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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Thanks to Apple’s Free App of the Week, you can now grab the Camera Plus app for iPhone and iPad absolutely free of cost for a limited period of time. This app usually costs $1.99 on the App Store but can be now downloaded for free till next Thursday.

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You can now check your family or friend’s iPhone or iPad battery level in real time with Battery Share, and even make VoIP calls. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Chances are, if you’re an iPhone owner, then you will have a device that’s full of apps downloaded from the App Store. You may download and try out whatever is featured on a weekly basis by Apple, or you may have a set of apps that you use on a daily basis for messaging and checking social media or news. You may frequently interact with multiple third-party apps on a regular basis, but it’s also fair to say that Apple’s stock Messages app will be one of the most commonly used apps on most devices. If that applies to you, then a app named Other could be an excellent little messaging companion for sending canned messages.

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New jailbreak tweaks for iOS are being released all the time, which can often be overwhelming for those who simply don’t have the time to stay on top of everything. Luckily enough, though, we’re here to make sure that no worthy tweak goes unnoticed.

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Here’s how to sideload iTransmission 4 torrent client for iOS. No jailbreak required for this on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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Another week, another free iOS app. As part of Apple’s Free App of the Week initiative, we have a addictive iPhone and iPad game called Dragon Hills just waiting to be grabbed absolutely free of cost. Usually retailing for $1.99, the game offers quick and instant fun right off the bat, with beautiful graphics and brilliant sound effects, and it can be yours for free till next Thursday. It is also the first time it has completely dropped its price tag on the App Store.

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The Google Maps app for iOS has just been updated, bringing in new Travel Times widget, additional navigation settings, and more. Here are the details.

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Google has just released a dedicated Android TV remote app for the iPhone and iPad with voice search, virtual keyboard, d-pad and more. You can download it from here.

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Starbucks has just released its own customized emoji keyboard for iOS and Android devices. The keyboard is available to download right now from the relevant app stores.

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If you followed our guide on installing Mojo, the iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak alternative Cydia-like installer for non-jailbroken devices, but found yourself unable to install apps, then you may have been left scratching your head as to why. The development team behind Mojo clearly feel it’s ready to be consumed by the masses, but as you can tell, there’s clearly still a few issues to iron out. Until then, we have a handy little walkthrough of how to solve those pesky installation issues with only a small amount of leg work.

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If you’re the kind of person who is planned, organized, and calculated with all you do in life, and also happen to have a knack for technology, then this week’s Apple’s Free App of the Week for iPhone and iPad will fit in perfectly with your lifestyle. Called Calendars 5, this popular calendar app usually retails for $6.99 on the App Store, but can be grabbed for absolutely free till next Thursday.

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Here’s how you can get notified on your iPhone whenever your Mac wakes up or sleeps, with support extending to the Apple Watch as well.

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Meet Mojo, an iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak alternative Cydia-like installer that accepts repositories of content, and lets you install game emulators and screen recorders without jailbreak.

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