The recently released console game, Skyrim developed and published by Bethesday has a daunting amount of content. It boasts, supposedly, over 300+ hours of gameplay, and though I doubt many people have gotten to that much (…) most people agree it’s got an absolute ton of content. Though it’s not
Us iPod and WiFi version of the iPad owners don’t really get to use our devices as true, solid navigation utilities. There wasn’t really a stand-out application for that purpose: accessing maps, routes, POI, etc. on the go while not having a working internet connection. Until now – well, there’s
On Monday, Apple added a "Gift This App" feature to the App Store, enabling customers to purchase an app as a gift for another person, just like you could for music and video previously. To access the new feature, simply click on the dropdown menu next to "Buy App" to find the "Gift This App" link (doesn't seem to be enabled for all apps yet).
Even with this new feature, certain questions remain (such as what if the user already has the app you're sending them or what if you're not sending the gift to an e-mail address hooked into an iTunes Store account). According to MacRumors, users logging into or attempting to purchase from the iTunes Store today were met with a dialog box requiring that they accept a modified version of the iTunes Store and App Store terms and conditions.
We realize there are a lot of apps out there in the App Store and no really good way of keeping track of the ones that get added every day. In an attempt to make this easier, we've decided to start a new series, App Store Updates & Additions. It's pretty self-explanitory. It could take a little while for everything to get organized the way it needs to, but here goes nothing.