Earlier this year, we told you about the convenient iPad stand that makes it easy for you to relax in the bathroom while reading the morning news on your tablet. Today, we’ve found out about another bathroom accessory that lets you keep your iPad close at hand while performing of your morning ritual in the shower.
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With less than a month before the supposed Apple product event that is rumored to take place on Sept. 10, we are seeing more and more leaked images of the next generation of iPad. NoWhereElse has been the most prolific with their finds. Recently, the French tech blog released two new pictures of what is purportedly the back casing of Apple’s fifth-generation tablet.
If you thought you were over the rivalry between snow pea-spitting flowers and the walking dead, think again. No matter how much you may think you don’t care about the return of the most addictive tower defense game ever, you know you will download Plants vs. Zombies 2 eventually. And, I know you will love it.
With the exception of beta 4, Apple has regularly been on track with its beta launches for iOS 7. Yesterday, the company launched the sixth version for the test round of the upcoming update to its mobile operating software. If everything goes according to plan, this will be the final beta version for developers and the Gold Master (GM) version will be sent to partners on Sept. 5, just days ahead of Apple’s rumored product launch.
Recently, AllThingsD claimed to have insider knowledge about when Apple plans to hold its next big event. According to their sources, the big day will be Sept. 10. If the rumor is true, it would coincide with the public launch of Apple’s iOS 7.
Flurry Analytics recently released a report that showed some interesting activities from iOS users. The researchers gave persona’s to their data and used the information they gathered to determine the type of person who uses iPhones and iPads and how they use their devices.
The information is separated by iOS devices, so there will oftentimes be overlap for users that have both. For example, I have an iPhone and iPad, but that doesn’t mean I stay at home gaming and teaching kids how to read. It also doesn’t mean I go out on the town every Friday night either. The information is based on activities of users, but is not an in-depth personality report.
Welcome back to another Friday and another reason to flashback. We love old school games, retro games, and just about anything that is pixelated. Last week, we told you about the music-inspired Pong-on-acid game Bit. Trip HD. If you thought hitting a ball with a paddle was easy, think again.
History buffs will probably remember the informative interactive app Timeline World War II, which launched in the App Store nearly two years ago. The same company recently launched two more war stories that are packed with detailed information on daily battles of the Civil War and the first World War.
Recent research from analyst firm Canalys shows that of the top 50 free and paid apps in Apple’s App Store only 20 percent are also available as Android apps. Additionally, 18 percent of the apps that do appear in the Google Play app store are not optimized for the tablet-sized screen.