It's been some time since we last gave away goodies here at iPhone Alley, but today we're back to run yet another contest for our readers. Here's your chance to win a $30 iTunes gift card for use in conjunction with any of Apple's three media content marketplaces: the App Stores, iTunes and iBooks. Click above for more information on how you can win!
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.
Today Apple announced the winners of its annual Apple Design Awards at the Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC). Winning developers, as part of their award and nomination, will receive complimentary Apple products including a MacBook Air, an iPod Touch, an iPad, the Apple Design Award cube trophy and also a special lanyard all to congratulate the developers.
What with all of the giveaways we've been running over here at iPhone Alley, it's no wonder that the question will arise of how to enter these so called "promo codes" that we giveaway every so often (daily, to tell the truth). So, to give an answer to the noobs (no offense) whom these questions have come from behalf of, below are the steps you need to take to enter a promo code.
We've had people ask us occasionally on Twitter how they can redeem US-only promo codes for applications when they're residing in other countries in which those codes aren't compatible. This leaves those users at a disability when it comes to some of our giveaways and also the new website FreeMyApps (click on from iOS device). Registering for a US iTunes account requires a credit card, but fortunately there's a way to bypass that.
Apple occasionally publishes lists on iTunes highlighting their top picks for select categories, and they've today posted their top platforming games - a genre that I've grown to love especially on iOS. From the older titles including Canabalt, to our 2011 Game of the Year, League of Evil, the list is worth checking out if you're an hardcore fan of various twists on the classic platforming formula as well as the games that pay homage to their past predecessors.
It’s nearing the end of the year, and while all of the general public is out bustling through stores eagerly finding gifts to present to their loved ones, Apple’s employees have compiled their annual iTunes Rewind list that has highlighted their picks for the best in iTunes’ various media categories.
I’m not sure how recently this list was added by Apple, but it was new for me, so I decided to post about it. Apple has compiled yet another one of their popular App Store lists, which this time around includes links to Apple’s “Benchmark Games” for multiple categories.
I know when I was seven, I was outside with a couple of friends selling cans of soda and overly-sugared cups of lemonade rather than setting up my own LLC and developing my own, decent looking game for any sort of game marketplace. That’s what 7-year old Connor has supposedly
It seems as if a bunch of inexperienced newbie programmers designed the iTunes us PC users have to currently use. We never get any mercy from the buggy software packed to the brim with its error messages and slow-running interface, whereas the Mac OSX user over there is faced with