Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

Android 5.0 Lollipop and its Material Design still seem like a distant dream for many Android users. While Google was quick to update some of its core apps with the Material Design even before Lollipop was released, it has just done the same for the iOS variant of the Google Search app as well. Not only does the new Google Search app carry the fabled Material Design, it also brings in a bunch of new features.

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As you’ll be very much aware if you’re a regular reader of ours, iOS apps seem to go free on a regular basis. But whilst we do our utmost to pick the best of the bunch, it’s very rare that an immensely popular application drops its price tag completely. Yet one of our all-time favorite apps has just done exactly that, and if you like a bargain – as well as the idea of using your device as a makeshift scanner – then we’ve the full details and download link for this freebie after the leap.

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Microsoft has broadened its catalog of applications for iOS and Android today with the roll-out of new MSN apps specifically tailored to those running Apple and Google’s mobile platforms. Along with MSN News, Money, Health & Fitness, Food & Drink and Sport, an MSN Weather app is also said to be in the offing, although at this point in time, the latter is not ready for iOS, but is available on the Android platform.

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Photo sharing apps are aplenty on iOS. But when we come across something that is dead simple to use, then we turn our heads and tend to take notice.

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This ultimate $4.99 app for iPhone is free for a limited time and is a must-have download. More details and direct download link can be found right here.

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With iOS 8 photo extensions for Photos app, you can use supported app’s functionality right from the stock Photos app on iOS. You don’t need to run standalone apps to apply photo or video filters, add texts, trim videos, remove metadata and duplicates, add date stamp and so on.

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Constantly picking up great apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can quickly become an expensive gig, particularly if, like us, you’re always looking to stock up on the latest content. But to try and ease the stress on those purse-strings, we strive to find some of the best paid apps gone free for your treasured mobile gadgets, and so today, we’re back with a lengthy list of freebies for those of you on iOS.

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Want a iOS app for iCloud Drive? Here’s how you can easily browse through iCloud Drive files right from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. More details can be found right here.

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Here’s a list of the top 10 best and powerful iOS 8 Safari extensions to enhance your web browsing experience on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

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WinterBoard, the popular theming app for jailbroken iOS devices, has just been handed an update, and therein, includes a series of bug fixes and stability tweaks.

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Customizable keyboards have greatly heightened the iOS 8 experience, allowing users to choose a third-party app to suit their precise typing needs. There are many different types of keyboards available already, ranging from feature-rich, pro-level typing experiences to those focusing on GIFs and emoji, but one thing that most keyboards have in common is that they’re themable. For the most part, however, you can only select from a bunch of default options, but a new entry to the great App Store sees one developer hand these aesthetic reigns over to a wide selection of creative designers.

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Paid apps and games go free on the App Store all the time, but whilst this is good news for those trying to save a few dollars, the usual price tag doesn’t necessarily mean the app was ever worth paying for in the first place. When a particular title garners such acclaim as to be declared Apple’s App of the Week, though, one can be fairly sure that said app is one to be checked out, and with an ordinary price of $1.99, an increasingly popular new game is now completely free for a very limited time.

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Old classic videogames may not be as fun as when they first came out, given the advancements that have been made in all those years, but what can really be exciting is that rush of nostalgia as we experience the games we once fervently played as kids. Enter – Tomb Raider II for iPhone and iPad, where you can once more gawk at the 90′s Lara Croft and understand just how far she has actually come by now.

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In the modern world, we all seem to be constantly working in various different currencies, whether that be the U.S. Dollar, British Pound or the Euro, not to mention the countless other currencies that make the world go round. Converting currencies is the kind of thing that has been made nice and easy thanks to the App Store and the plethora of apps that allow the conversion of a wide range of things, often not just currencies.

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Third-party keyboards that exist on the App Store – such as the increasingly popular Swype – have promised to make typing out lengthy strings of texts on iPhone and iPad a lot easier and faster, but so far, haven’t managed to really achieve that increase in productivity that users would like. There’s no doubt that with a bit of improvement and learning from user feedback, existing third-party options will get better with time, but if you aren’t prepared to wait then there’s always the option of downloading Nintype, the new kid on the third-party keyboard block, promising typing speeds of up to 130 words-per-minute.

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If you’re a little on the geeky side then you probably love a good statistic, we know we do. It also means that we like to know every little detail about the hardware and software we use. Apps like iStat Menu are always popular amongst people that like to take a keen interest in what’s going on with their systems, so when we hear of a new app that does a similar thing for iOS but is free, we take notice.

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Black Friday was perhaps the pinnacle of Thanksgiving weekend, with eager shoppers quite literally tripping over each other to snag the great deals on offer over the past couple of days. Black Friday has, in recent times, spilled over into what’s known as Cyber Monday, an opportunity for online retailers to capitalize on the rush of pre-holiday shoppers, and iOS app devs have joined in the proceedings with a number of price cuts. Here, we have an extensive list of ordinarily paid apps and games gone free for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, so if you’re looking to stock up on high quality content, join us after the leap.

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A new update to the ever popular jailbreak tweak Springtomize 3 has been released that brings support for the latest and greatest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, with iOS 8.1.1 having recently been jailbroken by the TaiG jailbreak.

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Want to enable hidden settings in iOS 8? Being able to play around with the tools and toys that Apple uses when testing iOS devices is often the kind of thing that we can only wish for, but with iOS 8 it has become clear that the iPhone and iPad maker has failed to hide its advanced settings and options as well as it usually does.

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Here’s how you can download and install PSP emulator PPSSPP on iPhone running iOS 8 / 8.1 without jailbreak and play your favorite PSP games on your iOS device.

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