Posts Tagged ‘iTunes App Store’

In an official press release, the Cupertino-based Apple Inc. has announced that the iOS App Store has reached the 15 billion downloads milestone in just under three years since launch.

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Einstein once said, imagination is more powerful than knowledge. I now see the entire truthfulness behind his saying for iCandyApps has just released an app called Photo Bubbler that enables you to see anyone naked by using a technique called bubbling. Confused how it all works, still? Read the explanation after the jump!

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iTunes App Store, which was launched back in 2008 with the introduction of iPhone 3G and iPhone software 2.0 (now iOS) has just passed a quarter million apps mark this Friday, with more than 50,000 developers working on them. As of the time of writing this article, the tally stands at 252,227 apps to date. This includes apps for all iOS based devices like iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. If inactive apps are to be counted, then the number of apps go way above 300,000. The Graph below shows the rapid rate at which the App Store is growing.

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An independent Vietnamese iPhone developer by the name of “Thuat Nguyen” currently has 42 of the top 50 books in the iTunes App Store “Books Category”. Most of these books/apps were released back in April this year and have little to no user ratings at all. Well then how are they dominating this iTunes category? It has been reported that a large number of iTunes accounts have been hacked, with as many as $600 dollars being spent from a single account without the consent of the account holder to buy these apps – hence making it to the top of the charts.

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Yes! I have got iMovie, which is an iPhone 4 exclusive app running almost perfectly on my iPhone 3GS. I did this video just to show that iPhone 3GS is fast, and capable enough to run iMovie. It is just that Apple wants us all to purchase the new iPhone 4 by saying that iPhone 3GS’ hardware is not good enough for this stuff.

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The long awaited Google Earth app for iPad has just gone live in the iTunes App Store. This is basically Google Earth 3.0 which comes as a universal binary to support both iPhone and iPad. The official description of the app is as follows.

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After all the success of ReelDirector on iPhone 3GS, the app which was features as the best on Apple’s Rewind 2009 list has finally arrived on the iPad. ReelDirector makes it extremely simple to create, edit and share movie clips right on your iPhone and iPad. You can use the drag-and-drop timeline, multiple text watermark styles, and up to 28 pro grade transitions that will turn your scattered video clips into polished movies in just minutes.

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Great news for International iPad owners. The dedicated on-device iPad App Store for the supported countries is now Live! Hence starting from today, International users will no longer get that annoying “App Store is Not Available in your Country” error.

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Gaming on the iPad’s 9.7-inches display is an awesome experience all together! With the unique touch experience and great titles, we can easily say that iPhone/iPad/iPod touches have blown other portable gaming platforms like the PSP and Nintendo to bits. Here’s a list of board games which we believe are a must-have for every iPad owner.

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Wi-Fi Sync is an upcoming app for the iPhone which lets you sync your iPhone or iPod touch (and possibly iPad too) with iTunes over a Wi-Fi network like Zune. The concept of the app is great! Check out the video after the break.

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One of the most anticipated game title of the year has finally arrived on the iPhone and iPod touch. Gameloft’s Iron Man 2 brings the magic of the superhero film, based on the Marvel comics character named “Iron Man”. Here is a quick look at all the features that the game offers.

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The greatest strength of Apple and its iPhone has always been the availability of nearly 200,000 apps in the iTunes App Store. No other phone manufacturer has so far been able to match the success that iPhone’s App Store has got. This amazing success of the App Store has led to people wondering if Apple would bring such a business model to its OS X platform as well.

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