Readdle has been a prominent company when it comes to business and productivity applications for both the iPhone and the iPad. They've grown popular with their steady stream of useful, intuitive applications. For the latter device mentioned above, you can pick up a copy of one of their best utilities for over half off of its normal price. Remarks has been marked down from $4.99 to $1.99.
Readdle is back with another app perfectly suited for business and professional users. Have you ever lost an important business card? Or were given too many to count in a day containing information about contacts you need to follow up with? If the answer is “yes” to either of those
Readdle has been a major player in the business and utility sections of the App Store, creating unique applications that give users advanced functionality. After selling 3,150,000 copies of their applications over the past four years, the company is holding big sales and a giveaway to thank fans for their
There is one file format that is universally compatible on the majority of devices and can serve a variety of unique uses: PDF. Readdle has recognized that with its acclaimed PDF Expert iOS app and the release of its new PDF Converter app this week, which can take just about
Apple has begun sending out invitations to members of the press, inviting them to attend a preview of iPhone OS 4.0. The event is set to go down in just three days, on April 8th at 10AM Pacific in Apple's Town Hall at their HQ in Cupertino.
Based on rumors from the past few months, iPhone OS 4.0 will likely include some form of multitasking, which the iPhone OS has been lacking for third-party applications. We've also heard rumors of big user interface changes, more multi-touch gestures, and a universal inbox.
You can check out an image of the invite below!
An Apple job posting asking for a new "Engineering Manager (Platform Bring-Up)" leads us to believe that Apple may be planning to bring the iPhone OS and ARM processor to their other devices. For example, doing so with the Apple TV could save a great deal on cost, and it's running a scaled-down version of Mac OS anyway. It could even be a replacement for the parts in the Macbook Air. Moving from Mac OS and Intel chips to the less powerful software and hardware would significantly bring prices down, something that could go a long way to help sales of the now $1000 device.
During an interview on CNBC, McGraw-Hill CEO Terry McGraw confirmed that they'll have books on the tablet. According to McGraw, 95% of their books are already in e-book form, which will presumably be available on the tablet. He went on to confirm that the device will be announced tomorrow and that it'll be based on the iPhone OS.
You can check out the video from the interview below. Tablet talk starts at about 2:50:
Last week saw the first evidence that Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 was already in testing per traffic reports on web site logs. This week, the OS seems to be undergoing further testing as one iPhone developer has since noted a single instance of iPhone OS 4.0 being used in their Pinch Media analytics.
Today iPhone game giant Gameloft announced that they've decided to scale back development for Google's Android OS. What's the reason? According to Gameloft finance director Alexandre de Rochefort, it's because they've been able to sell significantly more games on the iPhone than on Android devices. "We are selling 400 times more games on iPhone than on Android," Rochefort said at an investor conference.
Of course you might think that the number of Android devices out there might be to blame, but Rochefort believes that the Android marketplace is the real issue. "It is not as neatly done as on the iPhone," he explained. "Google has not been very good to entice customers to actually buy products. On Android nobody is making significant revenue."
AdMob, a firm that supplies advertising services targeting ad-supported iPhone adds, says that between September 15th and 22nd, only 23% of devices running apps with AdMob adds had updated to iPhone OS 3.1. Nonetheless, they say this is "significant update" compared to other releases. 51% of devices exposed to AdMob ads are still running OS 3.0, and 19% are still running v2.2.1, while 7% are still running v2.0 or earlier.