Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

Want to record your iPhone screen video without jailbreak? Here’s how you can on iOS 8.3 / iOS 8.4 on any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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There’s nothing quite like sitting back and relaxing with an endless, action-packed RPG style game after multiple hours spent on the daily grind. The App Store is literally jammed to the rafters with exceptional gaming offerings that exist to cover all tastes ranging from large blockbuster titles based on movies all the way down to interactive Sudoku puzzle games developed by indie developers, and everything in-between. Slayin, an endless RPG by FDG Entertainment, fits nicely in amongst that range and has been selected as the iTunes free App of the Week by Apple, which usually sells for $0.99

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You may remember that back in March, Facebook announced that its Messenger platform would be opened up to afford third-party developers with the ability to build and deploy applications for use within the app. It seems that another milestone has been reached in the maturity of that platform with the availability of Doodle Draw, the first “true game” that has been made available for Messenger.

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Here’s how you can send Facebook-like stickers in any messaging app on iPhone. The best part is: no jailbreak is required to do this.

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Whenever Apple takes the decision to open up new functionality to developers, you can bet your bottom dollar there will be plenty of unique implementations of whatever that functionality is. That’s undoubtedly one of the great things about the App Store; the insane amount of diverse apps that are published via third-party developers. The ability to design and develop custom keyboard apps was something that developers had waited for since the inception of the iOS SDK and when it was finally offered, they haven’t disappointed. One of the latest offerings in this field, and probably one of the most unique, is HangKeys, a custom keyboard app that brings back the classic game of Hangman to any messaging app in iOS.

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Facebook is today rolling out an update to its popular – well, people hate it but it gets used a lot – Messenger app, with the main new feature being the ability to instantly share your exact location with your friends, that too on a map.

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For the first time ever, this $15 task management app for iOS has just shed its price tag and is available absolutely free for a limited period thanks to Apple’s free ‘App of the Week’ initiative. There have been discounts and promotions before but a complete drop of the price tag is a first.

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You like free goodies, right? So do we. In fact, we love them so much that we feel that it is a sin to not share our daily findings with you, across the iTunes App Store for iPhone and iPad, and the Mac App Store. Today, we have some neat utilities and games on offer that are free in their respective stores for a limited time, and you can read all about them right here.

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There are quite a few iOS apps that go free on the App Store once in a while, but nothing beats the free ‘App of the Week’ initiative by Apple which brings forth one quality app every week but with the usual price tag shed off. This week’s offering happens to be a game called Hyper Square, a puzzler which usually retails for $1.99 on the App Store.

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Pixelmator, the extremely popular Mac image editing and manipulation app has today come to the iPhone after initially making its iOS debut on the iPad back in October of last year. The new iPhone app is actually that same iPad app but converted into a universal app, meaning anyone who already owns Pixelmator for iPad now also owns Pixelmator for iPhone.

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Apple’s App of the Week isn’t the only way the Cupertino giant runs to offer its wide base of users apps and games for free. The other portal where Apple runs the same deal – which is a lesser known route – is its very own Apple Store app.

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For this Memorial Day – May 25th – there are a handful of paid apps and games that have shed their usual price tags, and are now available for free. This is a limited time offer and it’s best you hurry up if you want to take good advantage of it.

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It’s that time of week again where we trawl the App Store to find games, apps and utilities that would normally command a fee but for a limited period of time are available for free. Everyone likes free, do they not?

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Apple has today made this week’s free iOS app available, with the game Magnetized receiving the honor of the badge ‘App of the Week.’ More details and download link can be found right here.

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Facebook is looking to add a bit of certainty to its Messenger app, as the social media giant launches a new caller ID feature for new Messenger conversations. From now on, the next time a non-friend messages you on Facebook, you will be shown a brief publicly available information on that particular contact.

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Mozilla Firefox web browser for iOS has been released to select beta testers. Those interested on how to get in on the action can read the details here.

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Those waiting for the fourth part of the Game of Thrones game won’t have to wait much longer, with May 26 being the start of a few days’ worth of launches.

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Here’s a list of 10 best iOS MKV file format video players for iPhone and iPad. These apps will allow you to watch videos right on your device in the famed high-quality format. Download links and list can be found here.

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The weekend is upon us yet again, as we bring forth a bunch of paid Mac and iOS apps that have gone free for a limited period only. Complete details on what’s on offer can be found right here.

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MovieBox 3.3.1 download for iOS 8.3 – without jailbreak – is now available. More details on the new release can be found here.

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