It's become quite an expectancy, at this point in the App Store's successful existence, to see blatant clones of popular originals. We've seen multiple ripoffs of Imangi Studio's widely acclaimed title, Temple Run, and have also been graced by graphical spin-offs of other chart-topping titles that simply vary in graphical style. Today yet another app has breached the App Store's walls, which mimics the clever, intuitive interface that was first introduced by Realmac Software's utility, Clear ($1.99).
Simon and Shuster will be publishing the authorized bio of Steve Jobs in early 2012 titled iSteve: The Book of Jobs. The biography written by Walter Isaacson was announces early last year but now we have a release date and title. Isaacson was once an editor for TIME and the
Com2uS is a well known developer especially for their wonderful hand in developing RPG games for the iDevice platform. They managed to turn my view around with Queen’s Crown so now RPGs are a favorite. In Chocolate Tycoon, one of their newest additions to their collection of games, you’ll take
I felt that I had to post about today’s free games just because they’re so amazing. You’ve got a simulation time-management game, a game having you solve a murder case, an endless jumping game, a line-drawing racer and a whole lot more; what could possibly be better to start off
A Gizmodo reader has stumbled upon a scam while browsing the internet that we felt we should let you know about. A website found at the top of the list of results for a Google search for "iPhone apps" called iPhoneApps.org is offering what they claim is a special deal on iPhone apps, saying they'll give you a bundle of "top 10" applications if you send them $25 using "safe PayPal". We would like to remind all of our readers NOT to buy any applications from this site or any like it. It is a scam. We recommend for the time being that you only purchase iPhone apps from Apple's own App Store.