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Jetpack Joyride App Review – Halfbrick’s Best Yet

Barry Steakfries probably shouldn’t be so curious and heroic. Just saying based on past experience from playing some of Halfbrick’s (developer of widely popular, Fruit Ninja) games; it seems as if he’s found yet another absurd way to threaten his existence, and that’s in the newest game to be added

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Halfbrick’s New Game, Jetpack Joyride Releases September 1st

Halfbrick, creators of the widely popular Fruit Ninja [$0.99], have been on fire lately. They’ve already released two more games in addition to the successful fruit-killing game and also released ‘Fruit Ninja Kinect’ recently”. Now their fourth game for iOS is ready for release – September 1st to be exact,

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Netflix: We Didn’t Forget iPhone Users

Netflix for iPad is available now, even though the luckiest consumers won't see an iPad until tomorrow, leaving many iPhone owners wondering, where is their Netflix app? Good news came today according to the Netflix blog as Steve Swasey, VP of Corporate Communications, announced simply, "We're working on it so stay tuned."

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Netflix Streaming App Available For iPad On Launch Day

Today AppAdvice has word that Netflix will have a free iPad app available when the iPad launches on April 3rd. According to the site, the Netflix app will allow subscribers to instantly stream any content available in their online collection. This means movies, TV shows, the whole shebang can be streamed right to your iPad. Not only that, but the app even knows where you left off, so you can start on your computer and finish on your iPad. Nice!

When it's available, you can supposedly get it here. Screenshots after the break.

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Netflix Surveying Users About A Streaming iPhone, iPad App

A Netflix app for streaming video on the iPhone may be in the cards if a survey they're sending to customers is any indication. The company has begun asking their users about their level of interest in an iPhone application that would allow them to stream TV episodes and movies right on their iPhone over a Wi-Fi network. Depending on how people respond, there may be a Netflix app in our future. Assuming, that is, that Apple would allow them to directly compete with the iTunes Store.

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Netflix Says They Won’t Be Streaming Movies to The iPad Any Time Soon

During Netflix's quarterly financial conference call yesterday, CEO Reed Hastings stated that they have no intention of creating a Netflix streaming app for the iPad, now or in the near future. According to Hastings, Netflix is spending most of their time focusing on "larger screens," and that an iPhone or iPad app is something they'd "get around to" once they've become ubiquitous in other areas.

"We haven't yet done or submitted an iPhone application," Hasting's said. "We're optimistic that ... it could be approved but there's no way of really knowing in advance what Apple's stance would be on that. Of course, that application, if it works on the iPhone would work on the iPad."

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Netflix Not Offering Video Streaming After All

According to a Q and A session with Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, Reuters reports that Netflix has no intention of bringing streaming video to the iPhone. Netflix has instead decided to expand their horizons in the areas of TV-based business and consumer electronics.

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Netflix To Offer Video Streaming Service For iPhones, iPod Touches

Word from "an industry executive familiar with Netflix’s plans" says Netflix intends to offer a video streaming service for devices like the Nintendo Wii, iPhone and iPod touch. The service will allow users on the go to stream movies right to their devices over the air so they can watch them whenever and wherever they want. Speculation is that the service will (understandably) be restricted to Wi-Fi only, as it will be a high-bandwidth service, but nonetheless add a great deal of freedom to one's movie-watching.

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