This is a magical time for those on the Internet who want to post pictures with all sorts of special effects. With the release of a new version of Instagram, which offers a new design and new filters, it's easier than ever to customize photographs on an iPhone. Now, though, Twitter has raised the stakes in the battle for users' photographs.
If the end of the world is upon us, it cannot get much more genre-defining than in boundary-pushing shooter The Drowning by developers that have brought their magic touch to Halo, Far Cry, and Battlefield. Not only is the apocalyptic mobile gaming category about to get serious, but it will
Although Gmail continues to be the reigning champion in the field of email services, Yahoo still boasts a total of over 110 million people that are using the services that it offers. For those who are dedicated users of the service, an augmentation was announced earlier today making the whole experience both more intuitive and robust with the launch of an all-new desktop client as well as a brand new mail app for iOS.
If you've ever misplaced your iOS device before, whether it be a simple instance where you've forgotten where you last put it in your house or a large scale situation where it's been stolen, you've experienced the burning sensation of worry. Thankfully, software like Apple's own Find My iPhone service aids users in discovering the location of their lost iOS devices. This service has now further expanded by the recent addition of support for driving directions to the last-known location of the device.
Photography enthusiasts undoubtedly spend tons of time editing photos to reflect their absolute perfection. Part of the reason popular photo-sharing social network, Instagram rose to the top so quickly is the fact that the app can makes just about any picture look decent with the simple touch of a button. The already fantastic mobile application, to the pleasure of Instagram fans, was further improved today with the release of the app's 3.2 version update.
The holiday season has quickly crept up on us, and everywhere you go you're hit by the mass number of shoppers searching for suitable presents to fulfill their loved one's wishes. Holiday cheer is unique - young children happily conversing about what they've got on their Christmas wishlist, parents bustling around, and the merry joy people get from sharing a glass of eggnog. To get in on the holiday festivities, Electronic Arts, huge publisher and developer of many iOS titles, has given one of its best free-to-play games a Christmas-themed update.
Earlier this year, specifically the final days marking the end of October, Rockstar Games announced that it would be porting yet another iteration of its widely popular Grand Theft Auto series to the iPhone and iPad. In celebration of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City's tenth anniversary, Rockstar Games has reported that it will be releasing an iOS-version of the title on December 6th.
With Black Friday a little less than a week away and the holiday shopping season about to swing into full gear, a new app is hoping to make the job of holiday shoppers a little bit easier this season. whohas.it, now available for the iOS is an app and service that
We know “iPad mini” is coming, which is seemingly unbeknownst to the rumor whirlwind. Its announcement timeframe should remain within the bounds of the month, on Tuesday, October 23 to be more specific. It is said to be a smaller event than a regular keynote, fitting for the tablet. Amongst
Well, here is another story for the books to add about Google's conundrum with Apple. Speaking with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher of AllThingsD, Google chairman Eric Schmidt was pressed to answer questions regarding Apple's mapping technology. Schmidt used the forum to reveal the future (or lack of?), that the two technology powerhouses are heading towards.