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by on December 27th, 2012

Since Mobile Application stores boomed with games and applications, the gaming industry took a turn from hardcore high graphics game towards easy and fun to play arcade games. Although many developers like EA games, UBISOFT and Atari are still making games for Smartphone from their popular titles on full consoles, the truth is that they aren’t particularly loved like the games  angry birds, cut the rope and tiny wings. This is good news, it means that you don't have to have a quad core phone or a 2GB RAM to have a little fun time. The game that has caught our eyes this time is a title from a popular developer who brought us Cut the rope. Pudding monster’s is a fun puzzler game featuring 100+ levels of interactive game play with more levels promised with updates.

by on December 20th, 2012

Apple started the trend of unibody smartphones, starting with original iPhone, the kept the trend throughout their lineup. The concept is great, and besides that; we know how reliable iOS has gotten. There is no running away from the fact that Applications on Apple products are rather stable and run without a hitch, but we must remember that it is a computer and will hang up eventually. Since the batteries are built into the design, you can just take the battery out to get your phone running again, however, there is a solution to this problem, infact, there are several procedures that you could take road of.

by on December 18th, 2012

One of the features enjoyed widely on android is the support of SWYPE texting. The feature allows users to slide on letter to form words and sentences without lifting your finger. SWYPE, which has been fairly popular on Android ever since it’s launch is available on Cydia to download on iOS devices, but not everyone jailbreak(s) their device. TouchPal Keyboard had been a major competitor for SWYPE keyboard on android, some even prefer it over SWYPE suggesting it behaves more naturally; the good news is the TouchPal Keyboard is now available for iOS users and what makes the news exciting is that it is not limited to Cydia store only.

by on December 18th, 2012

Google is having a great stint at Apple’s platform, with recent success thanks to Google maps, which hit 10 million downloads in 48 hours, the company has released yet another app. Google seems to like iOS more than android, i mean the official Google apps perform better on iOS than it’s on playground. The latest application released is a YouTube capture app which let’s the iOS users shoot and upload their videos instantly on YouTube, Google +, Facebook and share links on twitter.

by on November 30th, 2012

Apple iPhone 5 was released over a month and a half ago, usually, the supporting iTunes platform is updated with it’s release, after tantalizing delay the iTunes 11 is finally available to download. iTunes really did need an overhaul, the interface was become ‘boring’ and quite frankly very predictable. Apple has catered those needs and has released the update with changes in the interface, iCloud integration, a new mini player and many more.  So, without further to do, lets take a look at the top features and changes made to the new iTunes 11:

by on November 21st, 2012

Many people are aware that Apple maps included in the latest iOS from apple packs in some issues, the poor location services, broken maps, abysmal services to name a few. This gave other software makers a chance, and since then, there have been major updates in existing navigation and GPS programs to support iOS6 and fill the void. The applications did manage to provide some solid ground, but that solid feel and finish you expect from an app still lacks from those third party apps, and since the official launch of Google maps on iOS is a good month away, what do we do? Strangely, Nokia is the answer.

by on November 5th, 2012

Although we admit that Apple TV is not as a popular device as others made by Apple, such as the iPhone and the iPod touch, however, this doesn’t mean that it will not be catered and slowly but surely the device has started to get some importance. Although there were rumors that Apple might come up with an actual Apple TV, but that never happened and we are nearing to the end of 2012. The current device did receive a little importance from Apple earlier this year when it was given the access to stream Apples event and other important blogs, but the fact remains that they have to push a little more into its product to truly make it a gadget rather than a hobby.

by on November 2nd, 2012

Apple has released an update to 6th major iteration of iOS i.e. the iOS 6 fixing several bugs faced by iPhone 5 users including the fix for camera crashing, horizontal lines on keyboard while using it, Microsoft exchange crash fix, passbook fix and Wi-Fi connectivity issue has been catered as well. So, if you had been facing an issue with your OS, try the latest Update and see if it helps. Note that if you rely on a Jailbreak device and an unlocked one, it is advised that you wait for the jailbreak and unlock to arrive. The complete list of the updates is as follows:

by on August 8th, 2012

Apple has released the iOS 6 beta 4recently to the registered developers at apple. The beta was to fix any previously known bugs and to improve performance upon feedback from testers; however, they got surprised when there was no “YouTube” application on their home screens. In the previous beta release the YouTube app failed to grab any links and had choppy streaming to which were showed, this time it is gone all together.

by on August 8th, 2012

Apple is pushed out the new Beta 4 recently and it brings us closer to the final build that we will hopefully see on the new iPhone 5. The DEV community is at the iOS 6 case again and the jailbreak is out. Follow the step by step guide in order to Jailbreak your DEV version of iOS 6.

by on August 7th, 2012

The second gig for Rovio, the famous developers who brought us the Angry Birds. Yes they are back, back with their new physics based game i.e. the Amazing Alex. It is available for both android and iOS for a few weeks now; we thought we should check it out and see if it matches up to the integrity of Angry Birds.

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by on August 2nd, 2012

Last year, Siri created a lot of fuzz in the world of technology with the release of iPhone 4s. The concept was unique and the functionality it provided was like no other. Since then many applications were made and released to give Siri competition, they did not trouble Siri at all until Google released their voice assistant with Jellybean OS. Now it seems there is a new competitor.

by on April 9th, 2011

Since the release of iPad 2, almost every app that first upgraded to iPad has now upgraded to use the enhanced features of iPad 2 – mainly the dual cameras and the fast processor. iPad has surely changed the way we used to read. With it’s slick easy-to-handle form factor, you can read with great ease and with it’s 10-hour long battery life, you don’t have to worry about recharging when on long journeys. I am going to list 5 iPad 2 apps that will make your reading experience pleasurable.

by on March 24th, 2011

It seems like the rumors are really coming to life. Specially when these rumors form part of Chinese news stories. According to China Times (yes, it’s China Times this time!), the next iPhone dubbed as iPhone 5 has already gone into trial production stage at Foxconn and a leaked sample iPhone 5 suggests that it will have an overhauled metallic back cover that will help solve the reception problem so rampant in iPhone 4.

by on March 14th, 2011

How about replacing your car’s in-built audio and navigation system with the new iPad2? One company that modifies cars to place custom audio systems or as we call it ‘pimping up your car’ – managed to squeeze in an iPad2 into the dashboard of Ford’s F150.