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.
Packed and with room to grow, the App Store continues to climb with the hopes and prospects of app developers that have not seized to fill it with almost every type of app imaginable – significantly more than any other app marketplace on any platform. With a figure other operating
As a follow up from last week’s article on Apple’s newest contest, the 10th billion app download has happened yesterday. And if you saw our article with the projected date and time when the 10th billion app would be downloaded or you checked out Tenbillionapps at all, you’d know that
So Aurora Feint created a big fuss when it was discovered that it was collecting contacts information on users' iPhones. They said they didn't use them for anything diabolical, but there was really no way to be sure that they're not, even if they were telling the truth (which they probably were). So, to alleviate concerns, they have updated their game to eliminate any potential privacy or security problems, and are now back in the App Store once again.