The gift giving and receiving does not have to end after a journey to your tree this morning since you can load your iDevices (perhaps one that you had gotten under that tree?) up with games that have been discounted to the point that it is almost as if they
This should come as no surprise that those that have carefully peered through the fifth-generation iPod touch's specification sheet, although it still does decidedly come as an over-the-shoulder shock and a reminder of just how different Apple's iOS devices are for buyers that are looking for a full iPhone 5 replacement. Benchmarks for the newest iPod touch reveal just how much it contrasts with the iPhone 5, retaining a spot as its cheaper alternative.
Euro Soccer ($0.99) is another title to add to the very short list of fully-fledged football games available for iPhone. It has released just in time for the first day of the tournament and aims to bridge the gap between the developer's First Touch Soccer released last year and the next installment expected later this year.
The greatest European football tournament is just around the corner, and there's no better way to keep up-to-date with the latest from Poland than with the official Euro 2012 (free) app. Here's why.
As anticipated, Apple today announced that its Worldwide Developer Conference 2012 keynote will be held on June 11th at 10 AM Pacific Standard Time.
Apple's widely anticipated annual Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) has been assigned an official dater to. The five-day conference, where Apple introduced the original iPhone through the iPhone 4, will take place from June 11-15 in the in San Francisco, California at the Moscone Center.
Most blogs have been posting their annual 2011: The Year in Review posts recently. They're popping up everywhere, all the time and to call ourselves unique, we'll be posting, on the contrary the quite opposite: what we think, or in some cases know, will go down come next year. Check it out.
Snap 'n Tap [App Store, $2.99] lets you interact with elements drawn on paper using a virtual, physics-enabled marble. Put simply, you can draw a maze on paper, snap a photo of it, and guide a virtual marble through it from start to finish. The size of the marble can be adjusted and the app even works with lined paper. After several minutes of playing with the app, I must say I'm impressed. It's not developed enough to be a game, but that's not the developer's purpose. The ability to have virtual objects interact with hand-drawn elements is just so cool. During one test I used a piece of paper with a coffee stain on it and the ball bumped into the stain. Awesome!