Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

You can always trust the jailbreak world to come up with something interesting, and we find that some of the better ones fly somewhat under the radar. A tweak that’s still very much in its infancy but doesn’t seem to be getting much attention is Appellancy.

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When it comes to success stories, they don’t come much bigger than Rovio and its Angry Birds franchise. Since its initial release back in 2009, the world has gone Angry Birds crazy, with merchandise ranging from lunch boxes to food and beyond. It’s fair to say that Rovio has done OK for itself, and as a result it’s found itself confident enough to branch out from the tried and tested formula of flinging birds at pigs. Relatively hot on the heals of Angry Birds Go, a kart racer, Rovio earlier this month teased Angry Birds Epic, and now it’s ready for prime time. At least, partly.

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The first big Xbox One system update, which arrived earlier this month, was released in order to prepare gamers for the release of Titanfall, but there were other key implementations besides. Twitch, the streaming service that allows gamers to capture and share their progress with the rest of the world, also rolled out onto the latest and greatest Microsoft console, and with the Game Developers Conference having just kicked off in San Francisco, Twitch has outlined its plans to hit the mobile gaming world – beginning with Asphalt 8 on iOS.

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In real life, becoming a surgeon requires a substantial amount of studying and training, with folks often spending the best part of a decade preparing for the role of cutting people open for a living. But while most of us will never get such an opportunity, Surgeon Simulator allows us to do the kind of damage to Bob – the patient – that one hopes no real-life surgeon would ever do to a human being. The aim of the game, for those who haven’t played it before, is to take a pleasure in causing Bob as much pain as possible by botching his surgery up as best you can.

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It was back in late 2012 that Crazy Taxi, the popular title from way back in the SEGA Dreamcast era, re-emerged for the iPhone and iPad, and a short while later, the Android version also manifested itself over at the Google Play Store. With Crazy Taxi: City Rush due for release later on this month, SEGA has made the original Crazy Taxi absolutely free, but since the offer is only good for a few days, we’d strongly advise grabbing it sooner rather than later.

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The act of taking a selfie and sharing it with the world may be thought of as a flash-in-the-pan phenomenon by most of us, but it looks like Apple could be on a mission to give it some credibility and longevity.

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Back in December, we got word that FOX would be teaming up with TinyCo to develop the very first official mobile game for the long-running series Family Guy. Having been on our screens for so many years, it would seem strange that an animation of Family Guy’s stature hasn’t been handed its very own title before now, but for fans of Seth MacFarlane’s iconic comedy show, the teasing screen captures released on Thursday are sure to whet the appetite.

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Ookla’s Speedtest.net app for iPhone, a popular choice for folks looking to keep tabs on data speed and performance, has just been updated to version 3.2, bringing with it – among other things – optimization for the iPad. The newly-universal app, which is used by millions worldwide, also offers landscape mode for users of the Apple tablet, and we’ve got the full run-down of the new features coming right up.

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Everybody’s talking about the release of the iOS 7.1 software update, which has finally trickled out earlier on today after a few weeks of incessant speculation, but it’s not only Apple’s mobile devices to get a handsome software bump. Apple TV users can now pick up firmware update 6.1, and to supplement the experience for users of the company’s set-top, the corresponding iOS Remote app has just been updated.

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Yes, there are ways that you can still download and enjoy Flappy Bird on your mobile device such as the iPhone and Android, and we’ve got all the details for you right here.

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One of our favorite scanning apps for iOS has just gone completely free, down from its usual price of $1.99. With the latest update also bringing some interface tweaks in-keeping with the flatter look of iOS 7, it’s arguably the complete package, and if you’ve been looking for a simple, convenient and functional way to scan your documents in using your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, then it’s your lucky day!

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A particularly captivating, futuristic iOS 8 concept, which we first caught a glimpse of late last month, sought to combine elements of the Control Center and new multitasking view of to create an entirely new, effortlessly functional interface. Some concepts are unattainable and / or just plain unrealistic, but, reading between the lines, this particular concept made perfect sense – combining two features into one for ease-of-access. Naturally, with the jailbreak scene currently thriving, one developer sought to turn this most plausible of designs into a genuine reality, and having announced the Vertex tweak only a couple of days back, it has been completed, packaged up, and is ready for prime time. Check it out below!

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Surenix, long-time graphic designer and member of the famed Evad3rs team, first teased his beautiful Ayeris theme for iOS 7 in early February before finally releasing it late last month. Providing subtle alterations to the native aesthetic rather than applying anything too drastic, Ayeris has gone down really well with themers looking for a refined stock appearance rather than a complete overhaul, and now, the same theme has been optimized for the iPad. Details after the break!

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No matter how good smartphone and tablet cameras continue to get, they’re still quite a long way off challenging our much-loved DSLRs. Sure, the major players in the game – Nokia’s Lumia 1020, for example – have drawn comparisons to the pro shooting experience thanks to some awesome hardware and software tech, but any true photography aficionado will certainly have a standalone device from the likes of Lumix, Nikon, Canon or others. If you happen to own a Canon EOS as well as an iPad, a newly-updated tweak from Chainfire will let you monitor your camera’s current view right from your cherished Apple tablet. Full details, as well as info on where you can pick up this powerful little tweak, can be seen below.

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The Oscars 2014 86th Academy Awards event is live streamed for the first time ever tonight. Here’s how you can catch all the action live on your iPhone, iPad or any Android device.

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iTunes Radio, which launched alongside iOS 7 late last year, touts itself as a great service for music lovers to explore and discover new artists. However, unlike standard iTunes music tracks, users don’t have the freedom of being able to move songs across different devices, for listening to at any time, anywhere. However, thanks to a little app called AirPlay Recorder, users can record the streaming audio for offline enjoyment, and for a one-off price of $9.99, you can create your very own, finely-tuned, all-weathers iTunes Radio.

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The official Google Hangouts app for iOS has been around for quite a while, and has received a ton of changes since its very inception. And today sees the app being updated to version 2.0, bringing with it a bunch of new cool features and changes.

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The App Store is certainly not short of to-do apps, which aim to make the daily grind a little bit easier by allowing you to organize and manage your life in concise, digital fashion. Clear, a beautifully simple to-do app for iPhone and iPad, has just gone free for one day only, and if you’re looking for an elegant, functional app to help you keep on top of things, you’ll definitely want to check it out.

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A number of developers have already updated their tweaks and themes for iOS 7, while others are still frantically working on getting their masterpiece in front of the masses. The Athena package by Vatsal Manot was often relied on by pre-iOS 7 users to apply a little flair and style to the device without the need for large WinterBoard theme installations . It may have taken a while, but Manot has rewritten his package from the ground up to be fully compatible with iOS 7 and released it as a new tweak known as Athena 2.

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There are parts of my childhood that I will always cherish, and Disney animated movies is definitely on the top of the list. The best part about them is the fact that they’re ageless – you still enjoy those titles as much today as you used to earlier.

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