Those who were holding back to buy Apple's popular iPhone are now in luck. Originally spotted by 9to5Mac, Target has slashed $50 off each model of both the iPhone 4S as well as the iPhone 4.
In a report released annually by the National Retail Federation, Apple ranks 21st in a list of the top 100 retailers based on US sales. The company’s retail and iTunes sales were combined giving Apple a total of $18 billion in sales. According to the list, Apple’s sales rose 32.3%
The app store got redefined yesterday, yet again with a new kin of game that hit the app store. Flick Buddies takes a strike at the store, and it sure does have a lasting impression on you the first time that you play! Flick Buddies. Taking the role of one
Gameloft is celebrating their 10th anniversary this month by making one game available for free for a limited time each day though May 21. For two hours each day, one game will be made available for free. The free app and giveaway times are only being revealed on Twitter and the information is posted at random times, so you may want to follow Gameloft in order to snag yourself a few free games this week.
Gameloft has dozens of apps in the iTunes App Store, and they make some amazing games, so this promotion is worth checking into if you're looking to fill up one of your iPod screens with some new games.
Illusion Labs's popular free application Labyrinth Lite [iTunes link] has been enjoying a great deal of success in the App Store. The developer was recently profiled by BusinessWeek, during which they talked about their app's popularity. Labyrinth Lite recently hit the #1 most downloaded free app in the App Store, and has since landed in the #5 spot. Illusion Labs revealed that this translates into about 80,000 downloads a day, suggesting that 80k per day is on the high end for a free app.
For those of you who aren't familiar, Midomi.com is a website that can listen to a song you hum into a microphone and guess what it is. Now they have launched a native iPhone application that uses their database of songs so you can find out the name of that song stuck in your head no matter where you are just by humming into your iPhone. Gizmodo gave it a try humming a little-known tune by Rick Astley into it and it guessed the app after just 48 seconds. You can download the app in the App Store.