Mobile devices such as the iPhone are wonderful tools that allow users to quickly type notes. Sometimes, however, a user may wish to do something old-fashioned and actually write a note. Now that’s possible with MyScript Memo for the iPhone, and MyScript Notes Mobile for the iPad. Both apps are
Remember when users had to go to the App Store to download new apps? Those days are over, at least somewhat, for Facebook for iOS 6 users. App developers who pay a per-click fee to Facebook can now make their products available for download through a pop-up window in a
Part Most of Instagram's well-known popularity and success came directly from its easy-to-use interface that can make just about any picture enticing without the user having to work up even a drop of sweat. With the app exposing the huge market for such social networks, tons of developers are having a go at gaining the title of the "Instagram of video." YouTube, in conjunction with its parent company, Google, today released a new application that makes it easy for users to record and upload their videos to YouTube - undoubtedly another competitor taking a shot at the aforementioned title.
Apple Maps, the Cupertino-based company's mapping solution, has received a countless amount of criticism since its simultaneous launch along with iOS 6 back in September. Users have bashed Apple for the lack of transit directions, bugs that severely distort maps and more, which have all collectively rendered the app almost useless. Google Maps, recently launched in the App Store and, apparently, the need for a noteworthy alternative to Apple Maps was glaring - evident by the whopping 10 million (and counting) downloads the app has received since its debut on the App Store just 48 hours ago.
It's been an incredible year, undoubtedly, for Australian-based developer, Halfbrick. The worry of gaining popularity is hardly an issue with the tons of chart-topping games that the developer already has under its extensive belt. In order to end the year on a good note, the studio has dropped the price of each and every one of its App Store titles to completely free - a twenty-four hour deal that seemingly appeared out of absolutely nowhere.
The overall availability of iPhone mail clients hasn't come short, in terms of numbers. With this year's notable release of Sparrow for Gmail, the total number of mail apps, both third-party and official, can be a bit overwhelming for iPhone users. Mailbox, announced two days ago, is an application set for launch next year that aims to bring a totally revamped experience iPhone owners who are also mutual users of Gmail's email services.
Even with the consolidation and downsizing of image sizes that the iPhone automatically does through text messages or iMessage, picture chatting isn't too friendly, for long time use, to your limited data plan. To say the least, it's an inconvenient, cumbersome task that isn't in the least bit efficient. Quite awhile ago, an application was released that made photo-messaging as simple as taking a picture and sending it off to a contact. Dubbed Snapchat, the free app quickly rose to the top for its easy-to-navigate user interface and the undeniably fast time it takes to send a picture. With an update released today, Snapchat now offers video-messaging among with a slew of other exclusive, new features.
Developers and other beta testers (those who have registered their device’s Unique Device Identifier with Apple’s developer program) are eagerly putting the beta versions of iOS 6.1 through its paces. While Apple has yet to announce a firm release date, all indications are that we can expect 6.1 sometime in
iPhone users’ Facebook experience has been made even faster following the most recent update of its app, Version 5.53. The timeline is now native, and noticeably faster, as is the news feed. Uploading photos has become faster as well, making for a far more pleasant user experience. Today’s speed upgrades
Google made a lot of iPhone users happy with the release of its Google Maps app, which is now available in the App Store, free of charge. While Apple takes steps to correct its trouble-laden but handy Maps app, Google has made the features its users have come to expect available on the iPhone. A cheer could practically be heard across the Internet as the app rocketed to the #1 spot on iTunes' free apps chart.