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Paid App Gone FREE For iPad/iPhone – Save $19

7/24/2014 03:45:00 PM - 0 comments

We love these freebie posts, as we're sure you all do too. Today we have a whopping $19 in saving for you all. That's right, we have 6 different iPhone and iPad apps that have gone FREE over on the iTunes Store today. They include games, camera apps and more so take a look and see what bargain you fancy getting your hands on.

Pou ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

Pou is a virtual pet game that's hours of fun. Your little pet is an alien that is very needy and you have to feed him and play games. The mini games are great and even adults might find that they quickly become addicted. Check it out on the iTunes store.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run ($3.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This is a real little gem of a find. If you are, or were, a TMNT fan, this is for you. You have to run, jump, dive and fight your way across New York rooftops as one of the turtles. It's an action packed game and hours of great fun. Again it's free on the iTunes store.

Fjuul – Fitness Tracker ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

Here's a great fitness tracker that is also unique. It's doesn't just count the steps you've taken in any given period, it also calculates the intensity of your movements and can be used for walking, jobbing, running and more. Free today over on iTunes.

ArtRage ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

Ever wanted to paint on your iPhone? Well now you can with ArtRage. It allows for realistic painting and really does stand out amongst its competitors. What more can we say, take a look it you like painting and give it a go.

CameraBag 2 ($4.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

CameraBag 2 is a feature rich photo editor for the iPhone and iPad. It has a lovely interface and plenty of great features. There are separate apps for the iPhone and iPad so be sure to get your hands on these today.

Makanim ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This is another app for artists and it allows you to create abstract art on your phone. It really does give a great graphic experience thanks to its multi-touch gesture system. It's definitely worth trying out especially when its free.

That's all we have for you today but be sure to check back regularly because we love posting about free apps and try to do it at least once a week. If you come across any apps that we haven't featured here today, be sure to let us know in the comments.


New Features Added To iOS 8 Beta 4

7/22/2014 02:55:00 PM - 0 comments

We're getting very close to the final version of iOS 8 and with the release of Beta 4, we have found some great new features that improves the overall functionality of Apple's mobile operating system. Below you will find some information on the new features that we have found in iOS 8 beta 4.

Brand New ‘Tips’ App

The Tips app, which was supposed to be part of the initial iOS 8 beta has finally made it into beta 4. The new Tips app is perfect for new users and allows them to find their way around iOS 8. It includes some useful tips that will help all users become pros. New tips coming directly from Apple are going to be added every week so this is going to be a very useful app.

Completely Redesigned Control Center

The Control Center has been given a makeover with iOS 8 beta 4 and it now ties in very well with the overall look and feel of iOS 8.

Bug Reporter App Removed

The Bug Reporter app has been removed. This did allow users to send bug and crash reports to Apple.

New HomeKit Icon

The HomeKit icon has been given a very small makeover. It's nothing major just a little tweaking.

New Display and Brightness Setting

Small changes have been made to how brightness is altered from the Settings app with the inclusion of a new “Display & Brightness” setting. This section also includes the option to alter text size, or turn bold text on or off.

Separate Expiry Options For Audio / Video Messages

Under Settings > Messages, beta 4 has a new option that allows you set expiry time for video and audio messages separately. This is great if you like to hold on to certain messages of videos and should prove very useful.

New Handoff & Suggested Apps Feature

A new option Handoff & Suggested Apps has been added under Settings > General. This will let you turn on or off the ability to show apps that are relevant to your location on the lock screen or the app switcher. It includes suggestions from apps that are installed on your device, or from the App store.

New ‘Show In App Switcher’ Option

This is going to be very welcome and it is something that users have been asking for for quite some time. You can now customize whether or not you want to see your recent or favorite phone contacts in the app switcher. To access the setting all you have to do is go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and then tap on Show in App Switcher under the Contacts headings.

New Swipe Options Setting In Mail

Under the same Mail, Contacts, Calendars setting in iOS 8 beta 4, there’s a new feature called Swipe Options under the Mail heading. This is going to let you customize what different swipe gestures do in the Native Mail App.

Notification Center And Control Center Options Added In AssistiveTouch

If you use the accessibility features, you are going to love this change. AssistiveTouch will now allow you to access the Notification Center or Control Center with a simple tap of a button. You can access AssistiveTouch in Settings > General > Accessibility and then tapping on AssistiveTouch under the Physical & Motor heading.

That's the main changes that we have noted for iOS 8 Beta 4, but if we have missed anything that you feel is worth noting, please be sure to leave us a note in the comments below.


Save $18 With These FREE iOS Apps for iPhone and iPad Today

7/17/2014 05:59:00 PM - 0 comments

We love posting freebies and today we are going to save you a massive $18. That’s right, we are delighted to be able to share with your 6 paid apps that have gone FREE today and you can grab them all from the iTunes store. These are for all iOS devices including the iPhone, iPod touch and the iPad. Normally costing you $18 if you get in fast you can get these absolutely free and let’s face it, who doesn’t want something for nothing? Here’s today’s best paid app gone free.

Dapp the App Creator ($9.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This really is a gem. Want to create your own apps? Well if so you can save yourself $10 today because this little beauty is free. Dapp lets you create complete Xcode projects on your iPhone or iPad – including code, images, videos and Xcode storyboards. Considering that this is a great bargain, make sure that you don’t miss out on it.

MiniatureCam – TiltShift Generator ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone)

This has to be one of the best photography app around at the moment. It lets you create amazing tilt shift effects out of your normal photos. The app works best with cityscapes and supports videos with background music too. You can get it free right now on the iTunes store.

Splitter Pro ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

This is another really cool, feature rich, photo editor that let you split your iPhone camera into multiple lenses. Each of the lenses has its own customizations allowing you to clone objects, swap faces, add levitation and so much more. You can do so much with this app and today you can save yourself $2 by getting it free from the iTunes store.

Ghost Radar ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This is a true entertainment app that lets you identify paranormal activity around you. It uses the various sensors in your iOS device. While this app targets things that go bump in the night, the developer warns that it is basically an entertainment app, and as such, the accuracy of the results isn’t guaranteed. If you just want to have a little bit of fun, you can get this for free over on the iTunes store.

Week Calendar ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

This is a really cool calendar app that puts you in full control of your entire week’s schedule. It puts all your appointments and events into one screen so they can be viewed easily. It also has some other really cool features too and yes you’ve guessed it, it’s free today.

Wake Alarm ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

Lastly we have Wake Alarm. According to its developer, it is the most elegant alarm app for iOS that you will find. This app features a number of unique features such as slap to snooze, flip over to turn off and more. It gives you the power to wake up your way and today you can get it free on the iTunes store.

That’s it for today. Be sure to check back often because we love posting free apps, and of course if you do use any of the above, be sure to share your experiences in the comments below.


New iWatch Concept Features iPhone Like Design, iOS 8 and More

7/14/2014 04:00:00 PM - 0 comments

We know that the iPhone 6 is the topic of conversation around the web these days, but there is another product that is getting a lot of attention too. The rumoured Apple iWatch is being very much talked about. We aren’t really sure what the device is going to look like yet but a new concept courtesy of SET Solution shows that the iWatch could look very close to a miniature iPhone.

Even thought Apple likes to maintain some similarity between their iDevices, we really wouldn’t be all that pleased to find ourselves wearing anything like the concept design video. SET Solution has not only kept the software similar but also the overall design elements between the smartphone and its companion wrist watch. The end result is an elongated iPhone lookalike which really doesn’t below on your wrist.

Other elements of this design are pretty interesting though. The wristband appears to be thin and is pleasing on the eye. It also looks like it would be very comfortable to wear. The other element that stood out was the wireless charging. Essentially the iWatch would come in a powercase that will serve as a docking station for the device, and once docked, will allow for charging. While it is just a concept, it is one we like and hope that Apple will implement.

Overall, the iWatch looks like it is going to be a very interesting product even if Google gets its Android wear to the market first. We can’t wait to see what the reaction to the iWatch will be once it arrives later this year. But first, take a look at the video concept from SET Solution and let us know in the comments what you think.


7 Paid iPhone and iPad Apps Now Available For FREE

7/10/2014 02:47:00 PM - 0 comments

This has to be the highlight of our week, providing you with a list of great paid apps that you can now download for free, for a limited time, to your iPhone or iPad. We have a great line up for you today and all of these freebies are available on the iTunes store. So without further ado, here there are:

Micron ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This is a great puzzle game that will keep you entertained for hours. There are over 60 levels available and we have to say, it took us quite a while put it down once we started playing with it. You can download it for free on the iTunes store.

Burn the Corn ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone)

This is another free game and it is very addictive. It is great for anyone who has tired of the Flappy Bird type games that are doing the rounds. It usually costs $3 so this is great saving for all those who love to play games on their iDevices. Again it is available on the iTunes store.

GPS Location ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This app is great and it gives you precise location details, including coordinates and exact time, so if you ever find yourself lost somewhere, this is just the thing you need to help you get found.

Pronto ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone)

Pronto is an events management app that will help you to keep up to date with all the important events in your life. Whether it’s a birthday or special occasion, you can keep track of everything to ensure that you don’t miss anything again.

TuneBoaster ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This little app lets you share the song you are listening to over social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Great for those who like sharing their music preferences, and of course, it’s free for a limited time.

BeatPad ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This DJ app lets you make great music, and for today only, it’s free. It would normally set you back $3 so if making music is your thing be sure to grab it while you can. Inside the app, you get all sorts of sound effects and mixing features, with more available to buy via in-app purchase.

PicturePimp ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

This app allows you make changes to your photos. Some of these are hilarious and bizarre and it’s not your usual photo editing app. This one is great fun and you could spend hours creating masterpieces.

That’s it for our free apps today. We hope you have enjoyed them as much as we have and as always, be sure to leave your comments below and let us know of your experiences.


Apple Releases iOS 8 Beta 3: New Features

7/08/2014 02:52:00 PM - 0 comments

Apple has released iOS 8 Beta 3 and as always, we have taken a look at the latest beta to see what’s new and what little gems we can find. Below is a list of the new features that we have come across and some brief information on each.

App Analytics

In iOS 8 Beta 3, users now have the option of sharing app analytics data to the developer of the app. This should allow developers to improve their apps and make changes that enhance the overall experience for the end user.

Tweaked “Clear” Button In Notification Center

The “Clear” button in the Notification Center, which lets you dismiss notifications for a particular app, has been given a nice touch up. It no longer looks out of place and you may not even notice the slight tweak, but it is there. Apart from this, you can now dismiss individual notifications with the new “X” button.

Enable/Disable Handoff Feature

Users can now turn off the much documented Handoff feature. We don’t know why you would want to do this, but we are assuming that people do to conserve battery life. Anyway now you can disable it if you want to.

New iCloud Drive Upgrade Popup

At WWDC iCloud Drive was announced. This is a great way to expand your device’s storage capabilities into the cloud. Once you install iOS 8, you will be welcomed with a popup that asks you if you want to make the jump to iCloud Drive. You can of course continue to use the tried and tested iCloud Documents and Data feature.

Automatically Keep Photos & Videos In Messages

There is a new Automatically Keep feature in the Messages settings that allows you to automatically store sent and received photos and videos. This is a handy feature if you don’t want to miss out on incoming media from your contacts.

New Wallpapers

The newly released iOS 8 Beta 3 comes with new wallpapers for both the iPhone and the iPad. We are hoping that these will get even better when iOS 8 goes live later this year.

Enable/Disable QuickType Keyboard

If you don’t like Apple’s new QuickType Keyboard, you can now turn off the suggestions using a simple toggle in Settings > General > Keyboards.

Time Duration for Recently Deleted Photos

With iOS 8, when you delete your photos, they are put into a Recently Deleted folder in the Photos app. A new prompt that is available in this folder shows the time remaining before your photos are deleted forever.

Minor UI Changes in Weather App

This is the last change we have spotted in iOS 8 Beta 3. The Weather app has been given a slight cosmetic change in the way it displays the weather information. The data is now center aligned as opposed to how it was. It is a small change but we think it looks really great.

That’s it for our iOS 8 Beta 3 features update. We personally can’t wait to see what the final edition of iOS 8 will bring and as we receive any more information, we will be sure to let you know.


Untethered iOS 7 Jailbreak Pangu May Contain Malware

7/03/2014 04:42:00 PM - 0 comments

The untethered jailbreak that has been released for iOS 7, 7.1 and the recently released 7.1.2 may actually contain malware from China. The jailbreak known as Pangu will work on all iOS 7 firmware versions including the newly released iOS 7.1.2 and can be used on both Mac and Windows. But it seems that Pangu has been slammed by hacker and jailbreaker Stefan Esser otherwise known as i0n1c.

Esser has stated that the Chinese team stole some of his ideas and exploits and has described them as “thieves” and said that the jailbreak contains “malware from China”.

Pangu’s tool provides an untethered jailbreak and apparently it has been overlooked by Apple during its most recent update. The release of iOS 7.1.2 just days ago featured minor tweaks and bug fixes but it hasn't addressed the Pangu jailbreak tool.

Jailbreaking allows Apple users to modify the iOS to install apps that haven’t been permitted via the Apple Store. The Pangu jailbreak was released towards the end of June and it was originally written in Chinese but is now available in English. The first release of this tool also prompted users to download the app store called 25PP, but this has been disabled for English users.

Like the Evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 7, Pangu is fairly easy to use but the one thing we find weird is that in order for the jailbreak to work you have to adjust your device’s internal date in the Settings to the 2nd of June and turn of the “Set Automatically” option. Not much good if you want to use your calendar or check to see what date it is. The tool walks you through everything but we are advising everyone to use it at their own discretion.


6 Paid Apps FREE for iOS Today

7/01/2014 05:53:00 PM - 0 comments

We love paid apps that go free and today we have six great additions to kick your week off to a great start. These paid apps which are now available for free for a limited time can all be downloaded on iTunes and we have the original prices and links below so get ready to start clicking. These are all available for your iPhone and iPad.

Battery Manager Pro ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone)

This is a great little app that is rich in features and what it does is help you to save as much battery as possible. It also gives you plenty of information relating to your iPhone’s battery and includes some great tips on how to make your battery last longer. Download it now from iTunes.

Breathing Zone ($3.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

Breathing Zone is now free and this little app helps to teach you how to breathe more easily for the purpose of relaxation and stress reduction. You can tailor the sessions to suit your goals and according to the developers, this app can also help if you suffer from high blood pressure. Well, it’s currently free on the iTunes store so get clicking if you fancy getting your hands on this.

Tadaa SLR ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone)

If you've ever wanted to shoot images as if you were using a real SLR, then this app is for you. It has some great features and is currently free over at the iTunes store.

EasyCost Expense Tracker ($0.99 – FREE / iPhone)

EasyCost Expense Tracker has just gone free for a limited amount of time and is a great little app if you want to track your expenses. The interface is great and it comes with some great features too. Again, you can grab it from the iTunes store.

Solar Walk ($2.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

Ever wanted to take a virtual tour of the solar system? Well now you can with Solar Walk and free of charge too. If you have any interest in outer space, the stars or how the solar system works, make sure that you grab this free app while you can.

Top Eleven: Be a Soccer Manager ($1.99 – FREE / iPhone and iPad)

With the World Cup in full swing, we couldn't do a free apps post without having something soccer related. The Top Eleven: Be a Soccer Manager app is free for a limited time and it lets you take on the role of a manager and lead your favorite team to success.

All the apps featured in today’s post are available to download free of charge from iTunes, but remember they won’t stay free indefinitely, so if you see something you like, grab it while you can. Be sure to come back and tell us what you think too.


The iPhone 6 Release Date Has Been Revealed

6/26/2014 03:53:00 PM - 0 comments

Apple’s iPhone 6 is the most talked about topic right now. We are received reports and rumors on a daily basis and right now we know that we are expecting some significant size increases and a redesign. Smartphone fans are getting ready for what looks to be a very much anticipated launch and we can reveal that this handset should arrive in late September, just as it does every year.

The Chinese site, Tencent, has revealed that the 4.7 inch model will be released on Friday, September 19th. This is the same date that was suggested back in May by Deutsche Telekom, and it ties in nicely with the previous reports we have received. Given that the iPhone almost always retails on a Friday and in September, this report seems to be right, but as yet, Apple have not released an official statement.

As well as the release date, the Chinese site also reports that Apple will launch the iPhone 6 in 32GB and 64GB variants and we have also heard that there could be a 124GB device too. This suggests that the omni-present 16-gig configuration may be scrapped. The report does suggest however that the 32BG iPhone 6 will cost the same price as the 16GB iPhone 5s and that the 32GB version will retail for around $846. The 64GB model could see a price tag of $1008.

The iPhone 6 is also expected to come in a larger variant boasting a 5.5 inch display, although this device has apparently been subject to delays, so now release date has been set. It will apparently cost an additional $100 over its smaller counterpart and this model may also include one or two perks aside from the increase in real estate including optical image stabilization. We could see this model arrive in October.

It is strongly suspected that both of these iPhone 6 devices will be announced at the same September event which could also include some big revelations including iPad refreshes, upgraded Mac hardware and the iWatch.


Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 with Pangu

6/25/2014 04:56:00 PM - 0 comments

Yes you've read the headline right, there is in fact a brand new way to jailbreak every single version of Apple's firmware now. This new release called Pangu was rather impromptu and there were one of two controversies which put some people offer. But we are happy to report that it really does make sense now to upgrade to iOS 7.1.1 and jailbreak using Pangu.

The Chinese group that created Pangu caused a bit of uproar when they decided to include a generally unwanted bolt-on in the form of the PPSynch tool. This caused lots of trouble with various app crashes and reboots, but thank to a quick fix from seasoned developer Karen Tsai, the issue was quickly eradicated. We are here to tell you today that Pangu is safe and where possible you should updated from Evasi0n 7.0.x.

Apple's latest stable firmware release is iOS 7.1.1 and it also offers some great performance enhancements. If you have been holding off for fear of losing your jailbreak, you can now upgrade and dive straight in with Pangu. As well as bug fixes, iOS 7.1.1 offers better performance especially for older devices. Whilst Pangu did include some rather unstable software and there was lots of talk about malware, it has been confirmed by MuscleNerd and iH8sn0w that Pangu is safe to use. IH8sn0w also confirmed that this is no spyware or malicious trails and this was made public on his twitter feed.

So, there you have it, Pangu is safe to use and allows you to jailbreak iOS 7.1.1. If you were waiting for a jailbreak then now is the time to grab this little gem and see just how well iOS 7.1.1 works.