Archive for the ‘iPad Apps’ Category

Along with the incredible growth of the iTunes App Store in terms of general content, the way that payments are gathered by developers has shifted dramatically since third parties were first given the opportunity to supplement the iOS experience. Whereas paid apps and games were sold at a flat rate, at one-dollar increments from $0.99 upwards, today’s App Store sees the vast majority of successful titles given away for free. Devs can generate continued revenue by offering certain aspects of a game for purchase after the initial download, but with many consumers having grown frustrated with this system, Apple has launched a new App Store section that points out titles available for a one-off rate.

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Pinterest, the social network that allows people to ‘pin’ images, has announced that users of its iPhone and iPad apps will be able to download new apps right from within its iOS app thanks to a new partnership with Apple.

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Want to watch 57th Annual Grammy Awards 2015 Live Stream on mobile or web? Here we have detailed all the options to watch this year’s Grammy’s on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android or your desktop.

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The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 kicks off in just a few days, with February 14th being the start of the eleventh world competition to take place in a sport that is massive around the world. As with every big sporting event, whether that be the Olympics or FIFA World Cup, people want to keep up to speed with how well their team is doing, as well as those that they are going to be competing against. Now they can do just that when the Cricket World Cup starts, thanks to the official app for both iOS and Android.

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Here’s how to get downloader app to download music from SoundCloud on iPhone, iPad for offline playback the easy way. More details can be found here after the jump.

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The weekend is here and once again, we bring to you some of the most popular iOS and Mac apps that have gone absolutely free for a limited period. Head on after the break for the complete rundown.

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Here’s how you can download and install Kodi, formerly XBMC, on your iPhone or iPad. Complete guide and step-by-step instructions can be found right here.

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The Angry Birds collection of games have not only taken an unknown company and propelled it to world domination in the form of Rovio, but it has also proved iOS and Android gamers with hours upon hours of bird flinging fun. Throw in the countless versions of the game that have made their way to other platforms, and Angry Birds really is quite the phenomenon. After all, with more than 2 billion downloads, Angry Birds is possibly the biggest success story of the App Store.

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Mobile devices are great for productivity and entertainment, but have also garnered popularity among creative types. With a slew of powerful apps focused on illustration, designers have come up with some truly wondrous concepts and artwork using devices like the iPad, and one of the most famous apps for Apple’s iconic slate has just gone completely free for the first time. Details, as well as the download link, can be seen below.

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File exploring and management hasn’t really been a concern for iOS, with many users content with just managing the usual photos, videos and music files. If you’re not one of those many users and are keen on managing things on your device, then this amazing file management app for iOS – worth $2.99 – has just gone free for a limited period over at the App Store, and you ought to check it out.

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Here’s how you can free up your iPhone, iPad full storage space the easy way. Very useful for those with 16GB iOS devices. More details and download link can be found right here.

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Here’s how you can get an OS X Yosemite like dock on your iPhone or iPad. More details can be found right here after the break.

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Free app giveaways are great and all, but often, it’s those that aren’t selling or are below expectations that lose their price tag as devs look to bump user figures. Sometimes, though, the great apps go completely free, and in these instances, we do our best to point you in the right direction. Now, you can download the wondrous Slow Shutter! app free on iOS, although there are one or two steps involved in claiming. More details below.

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Looking for a way to wirelessly transfer files from your Mac or PC to your iOS device the easy way? One such solution has just gone free on the App Store, so head on after the jump to find out more about it.

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If you’re feeling rather bored this weekend or a snow storm has disrupted all your end-of-the-week plans, you could always indulge yourself into the world of Mac and iOS games and apps. With plenty of paid apps always up for grabs totally free of cost for a limited period, here’s a rundown of some of our picks from the App and Mac App Store which you can snap up today.

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Here’s a video showing a huge list of top 100 best jailbreak tweaks of all time on Cydia. Check out the full list, along with the demo in the video embedded.

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While your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch won’t be offering any interface-changing home screen alternatives any time soon, the introduction of Notification Center / Today menu widgets with iOS 8 was a nice touch on Apple’s part. The whole platform feels much more functional as a result, and even though the update only arrived four months back, the App Store is already awash with awesome widgets. Having pointed out some great widgets for you to try out on numerous occasions before, we’re back with a handful more, so if you want to get the very most out of your iOS 8-ready device, you can find the round-up below.

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There’s a new camera app in town and it is making some pretty bold claims. While some camera apps on the App Store trade on being able to add filters and all kinds of tweaks to images, others go for all-out quality, trying to bring some of the DSLR magic to the iPhone. Hydra, by Creaceed, goes the way of quality but takes it a step further by claiming to be able to create 32-megapixel images using just the iPhone’s 8-megapixel camera.

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If you’re in ownership of an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and looking for some decent deals on great apps, then we have a bumper list of savings below. Make no mistake, featured in this run-down are some of the very best apps in the business, and thanks to the App Store’s ‘Get Productive’ initiative, most of those featured will actually help you to get stuff done rather than melt your brain.

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Although iOS, Android and Windows Phone all compete in the ongoing battle of the mobile platforms, it still makes sense for each of their respective vendors to create and maintain apps that serve a wider audience beyond their own ecosystems. Sure, Apple’s only charitable donation to the Play Store and Windows Phone Store is the inherited Beats Music at this point, but Microsoft is a lot more generous in this regard, and adding to a fleet of utilities already available at the App and Google Play Stores, the software giant has just dropped an official Outlook app for both iOS and Android, which is actually a rebranded and toned up Acompli app that it acquired back in December of last year. Full details, as well as those all-important download links, can be seen after the leap.

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