Making its way from its native home of Windows, Microsoft product manager Petr Bobek has informed IHNED that the Office application collection will one day call iOS devices home. However, the productivity fun does not end on Apple's platform as Office will find homeland across the vast majority of active operating systems: Windows Phone, Windows RT, Mac OS, Android, iOS and Symbian.
All for the promotion of a game that the developer claims had gone terribly amiss, the company behind a foolish marketing stunt claims that $9,000,000 was caused in damages and 21 have become homeless as a result of the company's total disregard in devising a ludicrous public spectacle. Several people had even come close to death as result of a poorly-planned wrecking ball demolition... or not.
The Angry Birds franchise, with its simple gameplay mechanics, has been an absolute success throughout its past few years of existence. Let's face it, though: Rovio, the developer behind the series, probably took the whole concept a little too far, and the franchise has faced its demise for some angry gamers. Each of the new titles that are simply re-skinned and then re-released just aren't cutting it. To prolong its overall dominance in the App Store, Rovio will soon be launching a new game that they hope will similarly turn into a worldwide phenomenon. This time, however, gamers will play in the point of view of the pigs, who were previously the antagonists of the Angry Birds series.
If you've ever gone out with a group of people to a restaurant, whether it be a bunch of colleagues, you and your boss, or even just some friends, you've probably come across the situation of having to divide your bill - a tedious affair that's inevitably accompanied by accusations if you're the one left to do the job. This next iPhone app aims to ease the overall burden of splitting a bill, and it does it inexpensively and quite efficiently.
How about kicking off your Independence Day week (or rather, weekend… Wednesday’s festivities will carry over until Monday) early with some of the best deals we have seen to date this year on a number of the App Store’s hottest new releases. There are almost as many games as fireworks
Google has done the almost-inconceivable: released Chrome web browser for iOS onto the App Store. Originally announced at Google's I/O conference Thursday, through Google's innate desire to dominate the computing landscape comes the mobile version of the company's PC/Mac Internet browsing solution popularly acclaimed for its minimalistic features and speed. Bringing over the simplistic interface Chrome fans have grown to love or hate, the app feels familiar to its desktop counterpart with the addition of a slick new card-based tab browsing interface for iPhone/iPod touch (along with a more customary option of tapping tabs or swiping on the iPad).
Have you ever wanted to be able to pan around a movie scene, changing your perspective and vision to look around you at your surroundings for a fuller sense of immersion? Condition ONE is looking to make that future a possibility, starting with their iPad app. The visual landscape found
It's overdue, but an application that allows users to record the screen of their iOS devices has finally made its introduction onto the App Store. Almost a straight over port of its Cydia counterpart, Display Recorder ($1.99) was released for the iPhone and iPad two days ago.
Following the redesign of the iTunes application in iOS 6, Apple appears to be doing some last-minute spring cleaning. Previously, users would have to navigate through the included iTunes app in order to browse and discover new selections. Then, that iOS device would be adorned with new video and audio podcasts in respective media apps. In iOS 6, Apple is planning to streamline the podcast experience and make it more mainstream by giving podcasts its own app.
By this point, everyone of you should have atleast one zombie game on your iOS devices. If not, you're missing out on the exhausted genre of the undead which has been the feature of tons and tons of games currently on the App Store. Regardless of that, though, game development studios aren't resting and are constantly churning out zombie titles. Madfinger Games, the creators responsible for the unprecedented, beautiful FPS game Shadowgun, have announced their next endeavor - Dead Trigger.