Previously, Twitter only displayed ad content on their desktop version of their popular mobile website, but they announced yesterday that ads were coming soon to their official iPhone and Android applications. Right on the heels of Twitter, Facebook today announced that they're beginning to rollout ads on users' timelines on both their desktop and mobile websites and apps, respectively.
Tapbots have been the instigators of a multitude of clever utilities on the App Store. Paying a high attention to every minute detail, Pastebot ($3.99) brings the functionality of an intuitive clipboard manager to the iOS device. Allowing you to easily access your past copied or cut photos, links, snippets and text, the application is quite a must for anyone that has been exposed to the company's past works of genius as well as any other iPhone and iPod Touch user.
Gas has gotten quite expensive these days with various affairs that create influxes in prices, so those of us residing in the US want the optimum prices to refuel their vehicles. With Tank - A Snazzy Gas Finder (Free/$0.99), finding the best prices is a breeze - and it's pretty too.
After what seemed to be a millennium of constant updates for the chart-dominant hit from Rovio, Angry Birds ($0.99), you've probably got a lifetime supply of slinging angry, flightless fowl at defenseless pigs. The news is that the developing outfit based on Finland may be moving onto new things.
If you haven't seen already, PDF conversion applications have been pretty popular among the Top 25 in the App Store. With the various types, it's difficult to pick out which one you should purchase. With experience in business applications, Penpower Technology LTD has released Snap2PDF ($1.99) that makes it easy to scan, share and convert pictures into a PDF format.
It's no question whether the developer behind the new top-down racer Retro Racing ($0.99) is either experienced or enough of a retro junkie for his new game to to be worthy of your spare change with multiple Amiga titles under his belt. Experience and a good hand come together in this new title from Jamie Woodhouse that will incontrovertibly pique any gamer's interest.
Little Acorns ($0.99) is the newest to offer platforming fun from Chillingo - putting a cute twist on the usual formula, the premise is simple to get a hold of. You and your family of squirrels have returned home to find out that cunning raccoons have stolen your stash of acorns. You must navigate through a series of fairly-well designed levels in order to recover the valuable items that you so unfortunately lost.
The number of things you can control from your iPhone has steadily been augmented to now content almost any enthusiast. Whether or not you like making payments, controlling robotic spheres, previously helicopters and now a stunt car, it can be done straight from the iPhone. iHelicopters.net introduces their newest product, the iPhone Controlled Stunt Car.
Most times, procrastination is the path many of us resort to when it's essential that a certain task is completed within a respectable matter of time. TaskFlow ($0.99), however, aims to ease that feeling of resentment by providing you with a worthy interface, scheduled reminders, an accordingly arranged plethora of easily navigable menus and more - it, simply said, will actually create a desire to complete tasks.
Save for a few tweaks available by means of jailbreaking your device and downloading via Cydia, Siri doesn't yet have the capability, or permission as she states, to read your Twitter timeline out to you. As a worthy alternative, Tweet Speaker ($0.99) has been on the App Store for some time now, and it does just that - it reads your tweets our one by one; quite a tedious job without the help of App Cubby's useful utility.