Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

Sharing images from your Instagram feed with your friends has always been an issue. Instagram makes sharing image URLs possible, though the feature isn’t immediately obvious, and we’ve always wondered whether there is a better way. Turns out there might just be.

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We all have to deal with far too much email, whether we like it or not. If your job involves email then you receive even more of it, and we doubt that too many people enjoy dealing with it on iOS, even with some of the excellent email apps that have appeared over the last couple of years.

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This week’s free gift courtesy of Apple’s App Store allows gamers to dive head first into all of the wonderful adventures in Bikini Bottom. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live in a pineapple under the sea, or work long hours at the Krusty Krab then this is something you just aren’t going to want to miss. As part of the cupertino company’s weekly tradition of serving up a free app of the week Nickelodeon’s adolescent favourite “SpongeBob Moves In” is free for the next seven days.

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Following hot on the heels of the recent Android update, YouTube for iPhone and iPad has now received the latest update as well. Google’s mobile development team has been full of busy lately with the recent release of the beautiful Spotlight Stories, and now, thanks to this latest update, the updated YouTube app on the iOS App Store finally has a fix in place for those annoying vertically captured videos that seem to cause everyone so much anger and fury.

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Apple has today launched its latest big App Store promotion, with 100 apps and games now available for a paltry $0.99, with some of the biggest names in the App Store available for some pretty big discounts. Everyone loves a bargain, and if our first run through what’s on offer in this promotion is anything to go by, it’s got more than a couple of must-have titles ripe for the taking.

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Having originally started with a relatively humble photo sharing app, Instagram had morphed into a massive online community even before Facebook bought it, and now it’s the place to go if you want to share that cute cat picture, especially if you want to then share that across multiple social networks. The problem with Instagram though, and it’s a problem with all social networks, you find yourself checking it far too often, and that starts to get annoying for other people. And we’re all guilty of it.

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Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is due for release in theaters on July 31st, but the official mobile game of the upcoming flick is already available to download for those wielding iOS and Android devices. And the best part? It’s absolutely free to download and play right away on your supported mobile device.

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iPhone and iPad users have become accustomed to receiving an app for free every week, courtesy of the App Store team. Recently, Google has follow suit by introducing a similar promotion onto its Play Store for owners of Android devices. This week, both Apple and Google are offering up exciting games as part of their respective promotions.

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Apple Watch will get support for video playback with watchOS 2 scheduled for release this fall. Maybe then we’ll see Hulu and other apps adding support for video playback capability on the Watch. For now though, you can use the updated Hulu app for iOS to remote control playback of Hulu content right from their wrist.

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For the first time ever, Angry Birds Space for iPhone and iPad has gone absolutely free, and if that doesn’t tickle your fancy, the spectacular Pixelmator app for iPhone and iPad has gone on sale once again, only this time, it carries the lowest price tag ever at just $0.99.

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iOS 8’s Quick Reply feature is great and all, but it is still limited in a lot of ways. For one you can’t use it to send a message from anywhere in iOS. With BiteSMS now defunct, Couria has just been updated to fill that gap on jailbroken devices running the latest iOS 8.4.

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Often referred to in the early days as the App Store for jailbroken devices, Cydia has become much more than a tweak and dependency manager and has benefitted from some great additions in recent weeks. Now, thanks to a tweak known as Indulge, users are able to hook into Cydia and add a new tab to the main navigation interface that displays the current top and free paid tweaks, similar to the top free and paid apps in Apple’s App Store.

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Another week has passed and Apple has yet again updated the App Store with a number of newly featured apps as well as its weekly free ‘App of the Week’ choice. If you’re new to the App Store, then this represents your chance to download and keep an app of Apple’s choosing that usually carries a premium price-tag. This week it’s the turn of ‘Card Wars – An Adventure Time Card Game’ to be offered up for free (normally $3.99) which is inspired by a particular episode of Cartoon Network’s popular children’s cartoon.

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Google has stealthily released a new app onto the iOS App Store, with Ivy being the latest to appear on Apple’s platform. The app, free to download and curiously missing from Google’s own Play Store for Android, Ivy is an experimental big number calculator that may look like something from the 1980s but certainly shouldn’t be confused with a cheap calculator emulator.

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Facebook’s continued investment of resources and the procuring of the best engineering talent across the globe has meant that it’s been able to not only position itself at the forefront of social networking, but also branch out in other areas via the acquisition of startups and other companies. As part of that continued development into its core business, it has invested effort into improving one of the most important key areas of the site – the constantly evolving News Feed.

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In this day and age it seems many of us live our lives on Facebook, not only using it as our digital rolodex but also keeping a running tally of who our friends are and what they are up to. That’s all well and good, but while Facebook tells you when someone wants to be your friend it is much more coy when someone goes the other way, and wants to unfriend you.

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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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