About right now, your wallet is either much lighter or much heavier. Well, it depends on whether you were on the receiving side of the gifts or the more warm-hearted giving side. Either way, you can probably spare a little extra on a new app or two. With all those
Kudos to EA Mobile, one of the most popular movie franchises is on its way to the iPhone. Fans of the TRANSFORMERS movie series will be psyched to hear that a native iPhone and iPad version will soon be rolling out (pun very much intended!) on the App Store. UPDATE:
Been there, certainly done that. The jump as high as you can, most familiarly seen in Doodle Jump, has become all too popular in terms of density in the app store. Right now, the genre can still be fun but only if developers anticipate what users will want to see
With not so much of a good experience with FPS shooters on the iDevice, I wasn’t too sure if EA’s newest release, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 would be a game living up to its name. Though, knowing that the game was derived from the console phenomenon, I was assured a
On November 16th, this pass Tuesday, EA added another racer to their collection of Need For Speed games on the app store. The franchise had seen the release of Underground, and then Shift both with decent gameplay and graphics. Now, the newest version, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit has paved
Since the time that the app store came into existence to the day about 2-3 weeks ago we had yet to see a quality, full-featured martial arts based game. Then EA came along with their version of the MMA Franchise made to play on an iDevice, MMA by EA Sports.
Two releases I’ve been waiting for, and one coming out of the blue. Three developers have made a great impact on the app store today with their titles that all launched last night. Check them out below! Samurai II: Vengeance With its predecessor still very popular on the app store,
For our Canadian readers, wireless carriers Telus and Bell have announced pricing and availability for the iPhone 3G and 3GS while current carrier Rogers has updated its iPhone plan pricing. Telus has announced that it is offering four plan levels with three extras each to chose from, for a total of twelve different plan options. Each plan provides subsidized iPhone pricing of $99CAD for the 8GB iPhone 3G (black), $199CAD for the 16GB iPhone 3G S (black/white), and $299CAD for the 32GB iPhone 3G S (black/white).
On September 20th, AT&T rolled out a new feature called the “A-List,” which gives qualifying customers unlimited calling to five people of their choice in individual plans, and ten for those with FamilyTalk plans.
On Monday, Australian wireless carrier Telstra confirmed report that it had joined the ranks of the Australian carriers which would provide service for the iPhone via its Next G broadband network. The company also announced sales of the upcoming iPhone 3G handset and will retail the unit for $279 AUD for an 8GB model and $399 for the 16GB model.