Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

If you find yourself wondering what might be happening in the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos if the fifth season Game of Thrones hadn’t come to an end, then maybe it’s time to look for alternate entertainment elsewhere. Sure, you could flick through endless hours of boxsets looking for something as epic as GoT. Or, alternatively, you could head on directly over to the iOS App Store and download ‘Game of Quotes,’ an epic third-party keyboard app for iPhone and iPad that lets you text your friends quotes from HBO’s iconic series.

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With today being the famous 4th of July and Will Smith fighting aliens and such, we thought it might be a good time to check out some premium iOS apps and games that would have cost you a pretty penny normally, but are inexplicably currently available for the bargaintastic price of absolutely nothing. You do like bargains, don’t you?

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The Musixmatch Lyrics Finder app probably doesn’t need any real introduction. Music lovers from all across the world have regularly been utilizing the power of the app to enjoy synced lyrics with whatever song they happen to be listening to at that time from within their music library. Well, if you didn’t already know, Musixmatch Lyrics Finder app also has a native iOS widget available as part of its arsenal of tools that allows synced lyrics to be viewed directly from within Notification Center.

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It’s that time again, where both Apple and Google choose an app to be made free for 7 days, with the app then returning to its previous price once the offer is over. Over the months and years we have seen some truly excellent apps represented as part of Apple’s free App of the Week, with Google putting its food into the water just recently. Both Google and Apple have announced the apps that they chose for their respective app store offers this week, with both likely to prove popular.

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Apple’s introduction of iOS 9 proved to be more of an evolutionary step forward than one of major revolution. As expected, Apple and its team of engineers have chosen to stabilize and improve with iOS 9 rather than introduce a whole host of new advanced features that could potentially introduce additional bugs and niggles. With that in mind, there’s still enough in terms of new additions to keep even the hungriest of users happy, such as the inclusion of picture-in-picture (PiP) and multi view multitasking interfaces on the iPad. But why wait for the public release of iOS 9 when you can grab a small slice of what’s to come immediately?

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Everyone loves a freebie. It doesn’t matter if you’re rolling in cash and can afford to splash out on luxuries, or if you’re at the opposite end of the scale and need to stringently monitor outgoings in order to get through the month. The idea of getting something for free is a song that we can all sing and dance along to. It’s an especially nice feeling when the app that’s being offered for free once had a $4.99 price tag attached to it, which is exactly the case right now as Apple is dishing up the Green Kitchen cooking app as a free download via its own Apple Store app.

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Multitasking on iOS in its current state is mundane at best, but with iOS 9, Apple is lifting the bar a little higher on the iPad, bringing true multitasking to the fore when the firmware goes live for the general public this fall. The problem with Apple’s feature is that it is exclusive to iPads only, this is where a new jailbreak tweak called Mirmir comes in.

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Here’s a list of iOS 8.4 compatible jailbreak tweaks and apps available on Cydia. The list is updated regularly, so check back for updates from time to time.

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A lot of popular tweaks make fair and extensive use of Ryan Petrich’s Activator package, which is currently now available on the developer’s own repo in Cydia, updated in beta form for iOS 8.4.

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The popular jailbreak tweak Springtomize 3 has just been updated with full support for iOS 8.4, and it is immediately available to download right now from the Cydia store.

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Well known jailbreak tweak MyWi 8 has just been updated for iOS 8.3. Now up to version 8.03.02, it is still one of the most popular Cydia packages around.

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Viber, the popular instant messaging app for iPhone has today been updated with full support for the iPad, making the app much more useful as a cross-platform messaging solution. With plenty of competition to be found in the space, not having an iPad app was a glaring omission on Viber’s part. Not any longer, with Viber now amongst the long list of apps that have both iPhone and iPad support in a single binary. If you already have Viber on your iPhone, the new update also brings support for the iPad as well.

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odysseusOTA lets you downgrade iPhone 4s, iPad 2 to iOS 6.1.3 firmware without SHSH blobs from any latest version of iOS.

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With the new TaiG iOS 8.3 jailbreak now being stable, Cydia tweaks are continuously being updated to support iOS 8.3. In this video I will show you some of my personal favorite tweaks that you should definitely check out if you are new to the jailbreak scene and have just jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on iOS 8.3.

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Thinking about throwing yourself back on that couch this weekend and hunting for some quality iOS apps on the App Store? As always, we have your weekend dose of paid apps gone free covered right here.

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With iOS 8, Apple, for the first time, allowed third-party keyboards on its platform that worked system-wide, not just within specific apps. In the new days of this freedom, we saw almost all major players from the Android ecosystem pop up on the iTunes App Store as well, and then (naturally) the trend dwindled down. Today, however, we see somewhat of a revival, with Disney releasing its ‘Disney Gif’ custom keyboard for iPhone and iPad, which allows sharing of Disney and Pixar themed GIFs directly from the keyboard into the app of your choice.

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As part of Apple’s continuing trend of selecting one commercial third-party app to make free as the ‘App of the Week,’ the Cupertino giant has given the honor to ‘Halftone 2 – Comic Book Creator’ this week. The app has been on the App Store for quite some time and has already been named as one of the best apps of 2013 by Apple as well as being featured regularly as an App Store Editor’s Choice. Apple also featured the title as a showcase app to show off the screen of the iPhone 6 in Apple Retail Stores. If that level of love for the app wasn’t enough, it’s now sitting pride of place on the front page of the App Store.

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Activator for iOS 8.3 jailbreak is now available for iPhones, iPads and iPods jailbroken using the latest TaiG tool. More details on the tweak and how to install right now can be found here.

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Here’s a continuously updated list of iOS 8.3 compatible Cydia jailbreak tweaks and apps that are confirmed to be working with iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 and 8.3 TaiG jailbreak for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

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With games of all imaginable genres jam packed in the iOS App Store, it’s not surprising that some of the most fun titles set you back a few bucks. Apple’s free ‘App of the Week’ initiative has seen some incredible titles being promoted in the past, including both apps and games. Continuing in the same spirit, the $3.99 tagged Warhammer: Snotling Fling is now available for free on the App Store for the entire week.

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