Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

If you’re an iOS fan, there’s a good chance that you’ve either bought an iPhone 6, are planning to buy an iPhone 6, or are indeed saving your pennies for the imminent launch of the next-generation iPads due later this month. The point here being, of course, that spare change for apps and games might be a little hard to come by at this moment in time, and if you want to save a few bucks this weekend, we’ve got an assortment of six paid apps gone free.

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Earlier on the week, Popcorn Time, the so-called “Netflix of Torrents,” finally made its way to iOS, although given Apple’s rules on what can and what cannot pass through the App Store’s moderation process, its developers could only target the jailbreak community. Many iOS 7 users have held back on updating to iOS 8 in a move to preserve their jailbreaks, and so could take advantage of Popcorn Time’s introduction, but for the majority now running on the all-new iOS 8, the haven of free movies is out of bounds. There are, however, alternatives out there, and the one we’re featuring here today has the advantage of not requiring a jailbreak, so if you’re running stock software, this one may be for you.

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The introduction of Notification Center widgets with iOS 8 has brought a whole new dynamic to Apple’s mobile platform, and of all the areas of the ecosystem that have been opened up to third parties with the latest software updates, Notification Center widgets appear to be thriving the most during these early stages. We’ve already seen dozens of great widgets as developers seek to take advantage of what is a brand new category, and here, we feature one of our favorite widgets to have landed so far.

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Here are the top 10 best Notification Center widgets for iOS 8 which you should download and install on iPhone right away.

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Posting an update to any social network – or sending out a plain old IM – without an emoji is considered a minor sin these days. And while iOS does feature a brilliant built-in emoji keyboard to get things done, but Apple’s implementation does lack a few things which this new third-party iOS 8 keyboard swiftly fulfills.

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Japanese gaming giant Nintendo has just released its first ever title for those running on Apple’s iOS, some seven years after the platform was born. Pokémon TCG Online is essentially a digital adaptation of the trading card game, and whether you remain a massive Pokémon fan or simply recall a time that you once were, then you owe it to yourself to check it out.

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You can say what you will about Popcorn Time – and let’s face it, most of what could be uttered about so-called “Netflix for Torrents” has already been said – but one cannot argue that those behind it aren’t frequent with their updates. With versions of the app already spanning most of the major platforms including Windows, Mac and Android, it was confirmed late in August that an iOS edition was in the making. At the time, it was noted that Popcorn Time for iPhone and iPad would become available in a matter of days, but while today’s official roll-out is slightly later than we’d hoped, it does appear to be a nicely refined experience worthy of the wait.

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iOS 8 is here, and naturally, many developers have been updating their apps in anticipation. But despite the hard work that has so far gone into prepping many titles for the new software, the tide of freebies is still flowing strong, and so today, we’re back with five more for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

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Since iOS 8 first emerged last week, developers have been given a license to release their third-party keyboards for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. Although the stock offering has improved significantly, it’s still not as flexible and customizable as some of those found over at the App Store, and as such, millions of downloads have already been made by those seeking replacements. But while we’d highly recommend the likes of SwiftKey and Fleksy for a pure typing experience, some devs have instead sought to add an element of fun to proceedings, and a new GIF-based keyboard does precisely that.

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Ready for your daily dose of freebies? If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know what I am talking about for sure. It’s time for our daily collection of best and premium iOS apps / games that have shed their price tags and are available for free. Our collection today includes five titles, with each one of them being worth a shot.

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The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are officially here, and to mark this occasion, we’ve yet another selection of paid apps gone free for iOS. There are five in total worth $9, so if you want to save yourself a few bucks and grab yourself some great apps in the process, then do join us after the break!

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Emoji icons are a major part of the social experience, and in a large portion of Twitter posts and Facebook status updates, you’re likely to see a little smiley face, a thumbs up, or any one of the many other 847 emojis available. With third-party keyboard support now a part of iOS 8, developers have a new angle through which to entice the mobile market, but while the big names like SwiftKey, Fleksy and Swype have all come through with their as-expected ports of the corresponding Android apps, several others have sought to offer something a little different.

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Unless you’ve been too busy to check the tech headlines today, you’ll know that Apple has just rolled out iOS 8, and with developers having scrambled to make the necessary tweaks to their apps, the Cupertino company has been making some adjustments of its own. A number of Apple-made applications have just been updated for iOS 8, and we’ve got all of the info right here.

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When Apple announced iOS 8 at the Worldwide Developers’ Conference back in June, it made a couple of unprecedented moves. In opening up certain areas of the ecosystem to third parties, iOS 8 is the most customizable release to date, and along with third-party keyboard support, the Cupertino also allowed developers to produce Notification Center widgets. To get you started with iOS 8, we’ve drawn up a list of the best apps supportive of these new widgets.

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iOS 8 has been significant for a number of reasons, but for the makers of third-party keyboards, it has been something of a godsend. For a while, Android users have benefited from the enhanced functionality offered by the likes of Fleksy and SwiftKey, and with little by way of surprise, many of familiar faces are in the pool of developers vying for the newly-found audience on iPhone and iPad. Here, we round up the various keyboards now downloadable via the iTunes Store, and if you’re in the hunt for a better typing experience, check out the list after the break!

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iOS 8 will finally drop for users the world over today, and according to those who have used the beta bits of it, the OS brings a completely refreshed user experience owing to the backend changes that Apple has implemented. The new and improved operating system for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad not only brings a plethora of features to play with, but also more APIs for developers to utilize in their offerings. One of the most significant amongst these is opening up the Touch ID API to the likes of 1Password, DashLane and LastPass, so that users can sign into websites even in Safari (or any browser of their choice) using the Touch ID sensor. 1Password has already demonstrated that its feature set works just fine during the beta builds of iOS 8, and now, the app is available for free for a limited time due to a glitch in Apple’s system. More details and download link can be found right after the jump.

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We’re back once again with another handful of great apps and games to grace your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. There are five in all, worth a grand total of twelve bucks, so be sure to check them out after the leap!

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We know that everyone’s all super excited about getting their new iPhones on Friday, but when all the deliveries have landed and everyone’s finished lining up all night, we’re going to need some fancy new apps to install on those shiny new handsets. The App Store’s rather full of great apps to download, both free and paid-for, but where do you start?

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With iOS 8 now well on the way – it’s set for release in just five days’ time – now’s a golden chance to stock up on apps and games ready for the new software. Alongside iOS 8, Apple will also be rolling out two new iPhones, and given the high pricing, here’s a welcome opportunity to penny pinch on apps worth a total of $17.

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Via its official Google for Work Blogspot page, Google has announced a new feature for iPhone and iPad users by the name of iOS Sync for Google Apps. As the name implies, the feature will serve as an all-in-one management tool for Apple devices, and will be baked into Google Drive and Gmail. It will essentially operate as the Apple-based alternative to the Android device management tool, and full details can be seen right after the fold.

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