Part Most of Instagram's well-known popularity and success came directly from its easy-to-use interface that can make just about any picture enticing without the user having to work up even a drop of sweat. With the app exposing the huge market for such social networks, tons of developers are having a go at gaining the title of the "Instagram of video." YouTube, in conjunction with its parent company, Google, today released a new application that makes it easy for users to record and upload their videos to YouTube - undoubtedly another competitor taking a shot at the aforementioned title.
It's overdue, but an application that allows users to record the screen of their iOS devices has finally made its introduction onto the App Store. Almost a straight over port of its Cydia counterpart, Display Recorder ($1.99) was released for the iPhone and iPad two days ago.
The market research firm, comScore released data today revealing the top five retail websites that were visited the past Friday proceeding Thanksgiving, officially dubbed Black Friday for multiple years now. Apple ranks as number 5.
With ninja-like stealth, Rockstar Games quietly released Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars in the U.S. [App Store, $9.99]. The game puts you in control of Huang Lee, the son of a Triad gang boss. After your father was murdered and driven off the side of a pier, it's your job to get back the family heirloom— an ancient sword— and deliver it to your uncle to ensure that control over the Triad gang stays within the family.
Software developer Rockstar Games announced that Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars will arrive for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch handsets later this fall. According to Touch Arcade, the game, which is presently available for the Nintendo DS, follows the story of Huang Lee, a young Triad who travels to Liberty City after the mysterious death of his father.