Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

Remote desktop apps are not uncommon, particularly given the increasing display sizes of smartphones and tablets, and last year, Google introduced Chrome Remote Desktop for Android. The app, as you might imagine, enables Android users to connect to their PC or Mac remotely, and so far, has garnered rave reviews from users. Given the successful release for Android, the Big G has now opted to deliver the experience to those on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and we’ve got all of the details, as well as the download link of Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS under one roof.

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Here’s a rundown of the best paid iOS and Mac apps that can be grabbed for free for a very limited time. The complete list of apps can be found right after the break.

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The weekend is great for many reasons, and one of them – particularly if you’re a user of Apple products in this case – is that developers tend to relax their prices. We’ve hand-picked a collection of iOS and Mac apps that, despite ordinarily costing money, are currently free of charge, and so if you own an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac, join us after the fold to dive into the savings.

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We’re all for app developers getting their dues. After all, if it wasn’t for their awesome work then we wouldn’t have the brilliant apps that we use day in, day out. Whether it be an iPad, an iPhone or one of the thousands of Android devices available, it’s the apps that make it all work.

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Bitcoin has had many ups, downs, and a boatload of coverage in its emergence as the poster child of the cryptocurrency boom, and while it appears to be enduring something of a quiet phase, it continues to garner a rich following across the Web. As with many modern digital technologies, it can seem an alien concept to those on the outside, but if you’ve been hearing a lot about Bitcoin and are intrigued enough to finally cave and see what all the fuss is about, then a new iOS title might serve as the perfect gateway.

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It’s that time again, and even with CES going on in the background and new hardware being announced every five minutes, we just don’t want you to miss out on any kind of bargain. Here we have quite a few iOS apps that should cost money but now do not, and some of them used to cost as much as $5.

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Despite some major improvements in recent times – particularly with the latest and greatest iOS 8 – Apple’s famed mobile platform is still lacking in many regards. True multitasking is something that many Android and Windows tablets offer as standard, but on iOS, you can only interact with one app at a time, in spite of the iPad’s 10-inch display. Thankfully, the jailbreak community offers some respite from the constraints of stock iOS, and one renowned dev has teased a tweak that would offer true multitasking by means of side-by-side app windows. Check it out below!

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We recently caught a glimpse of iMods, a purported alternative option to the long-standing Cydia jailbreak portal, and now, a similarly-inclined tool has emerged from the ether. While not strictly a competitor to the famed Cydia, it touts itself as a package management app, and is designed to make it easier for users to update, install and generally keep track of their tweaks.

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Thankfully, paid apps go free all the time for iPhone and iPad, and here, we do our utmost to source these apps and help you grab the very best bargains. But seldom does an app of such high acclaim as to be hand-picked and recommended by Apple reach the holy grail of freebie, and so if you’re a creative type looking for a top-notch painting app, then a highly revered watercolor app has just been made available free of charge. Unlike ordinary deals, though, snapping it up isn’t quite as simple as heading over to the App Store, so below, we’ll run you through the necessary steps.

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Looking to save a quick buck and avail some great apps for iOS? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve yet another round-up of freebies that would ordinarily set you back $15, so fire up your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and join us after the break for the full list!

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Having brought you a host of app deals through Thanksgiving, Christmas and the new year, we’re back with another stack of paid apps gone free to kick off 2015. There are eight in total, worth a combined $12, and if you’ve splurged much of your cash on gifts and such over the festive period, here’s a chance to make some savings without the usual cost.

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This New Year’s Eve, we have rounded up a handful of paid iOS apps that have gone free. Head on after the jump and check out what awaits for your iPhone and iPad.

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We love apps, and so do you, so if you got yourself a shiny new iPad or iPhone this Christmas then you probably want to get your hands on some bargain apps to go along with it. With this time of year being so expensive for everyone, we really can’t blame you.

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VLC for iOS is returning to the App Store very soon according to the lead developer for the iPhone, iPad and OS X version of the video player. More details to follow, after the jump.

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When writing emails, responding to WhatsApp or even just making shopping lists, you may find that you’re tapping in the same phrases every time. Recognizing this, one app developer has decided to help you save time, creating a keyboard through which you can store and conveniently prepare and access such phrases while bypassing the tedium of keying in the same stuff over and over.

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Here’s how you can use iPhone or iPad as an external wireless drive for your PC or Mac. Complete details and download link can be found here.

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The perfect game-meets-art title called Icycle: On Thin Ice is this week’s iOS ‘App of the Week’ and is up for grabs absolutely free for a limited time (usually $2.99). This physics based, one of a kind game is one of the best titles to have hit the iTunes App Store, and if you want to know why, read on after the jump.

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ReachApp, now in beta and available to download via Cydia, is a split-screen multitasking tweak that we’ve had our eyes on for a little while and we’re pleased to see it come to fruition.

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At this time of year, when we’re all spent up and waiting for the credit card bills to arrive, nothing’s more welcome than the possibility of getting something for nothing. Our regular readers will know that we have a bit of a tradition of telling our dear ones of paid apps that have gone free, whether for a limited time or for good.

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Here’s a mighty list of 100 best iPhone, iPad apps that are compatible with Google Chromecast dongle. The complete list of titles can be found after the jump. Remember, there’s an app for almost everyone here.

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