Attachment 57538 When it comes to navigation apps on your iPhone or iPad, one of the best solutions are Google Maps or Apple’s own Maps utility built inside iOS. However, there are other companies who have quite the experience in dealing with GPS technologies, such as the reputed Swiss (formerly American) company Garmin. The company has sold over 126 million GPS devices until now and it’s that it could be just as successful with smartphones and tablets.
Attachment 57537 From time to time, major developers decide to make their apps and games free for a limited while, probably to get some more eyeballs to its titles. And now it’s Halfbrick Studios’ turn, a popular mobile game developer who has released such well-known titles as Fruit Ninja, Monster Dash, Jetpack Joyride and others. For a limited time, the developer is making available for free all of its apps, but it doesn’t mention how long the discount will be available, so hurry app and get downloading! Continue reading @ All of Halfbrick Studios Games are now Free, Including Fruit Ninja, Monster Dash and Jetpack Joyride – iPhone Forums Attached Thumbnails
MacRumors reports that Apple is once again hosting free summer camps for kids aged from 8 to 12 in its retail stores. The focus for this year’s camps will be filmmaking on the Mac with iMovie, creating music scores with GarageBand for the iPad, and how to draw illustrations for iBooks on iPad.
Attachment 57491 Earlier today, Facebook released its update to the Paper app for iPhone and iPod Touch in the App Store.
Attachment 57487 During this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple has revised its App Store rules in order to allow “approved” digital currencies, and now the first Bitcoin-related app has made its way into iTunes once again. Back in February, this year, Apple began pulling Bitcoin apps from the App Store, which were utilized by around 120,000 users.
Attachment 57486 A few days ago, we were sharing with you the release of the latest game from the Angry Birds series of games – the very first RPG-styled Angry Birds Epic. And while that news is still fresh, Rovio has already announced that it’s working on another game, which will be called Angry Birds Transformers and will be developed in partnership with Hasbro. Continue reading @ Rovio Announced it’s Working on Angry Birds Transformers Sequel – iPhone Forums Attached Thumbnails
Attachment 57462 The current iPad cover is pretty handy and comes with some useful features, but it seems that it could become even more functional, if we are to believe some fresh information coming from a recent patent filing. According to the patent, the new iPad cover could notify the user of incoming emails, text messages, and other items. The patent filing is called “Integrated visual notification system in an accessory device” and it suggests that a cover or protector for iPad’s screen would either display or allow information from the tablet to be displayed.
Attachment 57394 The 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is well underway and social networks are already getting bombarded daily with reactions from the game. To make sure that soccer lovers remain satisfied, Twitter has updated its iOS application for iPhone and iPad users with some new features for the big sports event. Continue reading @ Twitter Updates its iOS App with World Cup-focused Features – iPhone Forums Attached Thumbnails
Attachment 57344 Amazon has been negotiation with record labels for the past few months and it’s now finally released the Amazon Prime Music, the company’s own streaming music service. At the moment, the service comes with over a million songs and hundreds of playlists and is exclusive to Amazon Prime members, which is currently available for $99 per year
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrPVVO3A6yY A developer named Steven Troughton-Smith recently used leaked code from iOS 8 to craft the video we have included with this story. The code is meant to enable split-screen multi-tasking for the iPad with iOS 8, and although we don’t have an actual version of that software, Troughton-Smith whipped the code into this demo to show off the upcoming feature. Here’s a quote with more of the details, The software feature is run in a simulator on a Mac, which explains the “mouse cursor and painfully awkward two-finger swipe gestures,” and shows how the Safari browser app can be resized to take up 1/3, 1/2 or 3/4 of the screen.