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We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app deals as they pop-up. Some of these apps are up to 80% off, several are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
When Apple launched iOS 7, the redesign included complete overhauls to the native iPhone and iPad apps, like mobile Safari, Contacts, Calculator, and more. Instead of the iconic skeuomorphic look that Apple was known for, the company has move on to a flatter aesthetic. The iLife and iWork suite of apps were left untouched in the change over. However, AppleInsider recently discovered a redesign of the app icons for iPhoto and GarageBand that might mean big changes are in the works for Apple’s productivity and entertainment apps.
A lot of people are getting excited about Apple’s upcoming event on Oct. 22. It is widely rumored that Apple will reveal the new models of iPad and iPad mini. Even though the fourth-generation iPad came out a year ago, many of us are still sitting on our third-generation model and feel that this launch is long overdue. One person out in the Twitterverse who is excited about the new iPad may have reasons other than wanting a new tablet. T-Mobile CEO John Legere recently tweeted his anticipation of the new iPad, which could be a hint at things to come.
I read a fascinating article on computerweekly.com today but half way through I grew very confused. It appears that the Swiss Federal Railway (SBB) is using iPads to help optimize their rail system which they claim will save millions of Francs each year. My biggest question is about why, if trains have been around since the days of the Roman empire, hasn’t there been a bigger push for energy savings before now?
Random House is best known for being the largest general interest book publisher in the world. When you think of Random House, you don’t think of games. However, that may change. As of today, the 85-year old company has joined the gaming community with its first-ever iOS physics-based game, Catch the Berry.
Do you remember that movie where Hugh Jackson trains an outdated robot to fight against the toughest boxing bots in the world? It was basically a story that combined Rocky and Rock ‘em Sock ‘em Robots. Well, now you can train and fight your own robot pal in Reliance Games’s Real Steel World Robot Boxing.