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 67% off, several are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
Category: iPad News
Online clothing reseller Threadflip recently redesigned their iPhone app for iOS 7 to makes it easier for fashion followers to buy and sell designer wares on the go. Even more exciting is the fact that the app has just been optimized for the iPad.
Threadflip has more than a half million users who buy and sell high fashion clothing and accessories. Since its launch in 2011, the company has grown to become a go-to place for the “re-commerce” marketplace.
The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) is one of EA Games’ most popular series of games. Yesterday, the company launched the newest in a long line of soccer tournament video games. Interestingly, a title that- last year- was priced at $6.99, is available to download for free.
Achieving a top 10 ranking on the App Store is a coveted badge of honor for developers and the recognition it provides can certainly be a financial boost. It’s no surprise that the method of achieving a high rank is fascinating information, especially because the App Store ranking system is shrouded in secrecy.
As part of their program to lower cost, reduce flight delays, and be more environmentally friendly, Boeing recently announced that iPads are now being used by maintenance crews to diagnose aircraft issues faster and easier with a suite of new mobile applications.
Thanks to a series of iOS apps, airline technicians will have immediate access to manuals, part numbers, and other critical information to diagnose maintenance issues, as well as, collaborate with other technicians in other areas. With these new digital maintenance books, Boeing hopes to facilitate faster regulation compliances, reduce flight delays, and keep costs down.
Apple launched a huge updated to its set-top box device on Friday that adds support for iTunes Radio, purchases made and saved in iCloud, and AirPlay support for iCloud content to a third-party’s Apple TV. Today, the company pulled the update due to a number of reports that the update has rendered their device completely useless by freezing it up entirely.
With all of the hubbub surrounding the release of the iPhone 5s and 5c and the public launch of iOS 7, it is almost easy to forget that the rest of the world keeps moving along, on schedule. Every Thursday, Apple gives an app or game, oftentimes multiple, a special place in the App Store for standing out amongst the sea of daily releases. Last week, Apple spotlighted Disney’s Where’s My Water 2 puzzle game.
This week, Apple gave the award to another Disney sequel, sort of. This week’s App Store Editor’s Choice goes to Angry Birds Star Wars II. You could call it “The Porkpire Strikes Back,” or “Return of the Pigs.”
The New York Police Department has been busy handing out fliers on the street these past few days. No, they don’t want you to donate to any fund drive and they aren’t offering a pancake breakfast. New York’s Finest are asking iPhone users to update their mobile operating system to iOS 7. Why? Because the update includes a feature that renders your device useless if it gets stolen. Which also means there is less of a reason for criminals to want to steal it.
On Sept. 18, Apple released an update to its mobile operating software that has completely redesigned how your iOS device looks. Today, the company announced that iOS 7 has surpassed its predecessor to become the fastest software upgrade in history.
In addition to selling more than nine million new iPhones in the first weekend of the launch of the 5s and 5c models, Apple is boasting more than 200 million downloads of iOS 7. If you downloaded the new mobile operating system on Sept. 18, you will wont be surprised to know that so many users were doing the same thing.
Upating to iOS 7 was nothing less than a hassle with problems connecting to update, plus issues actually downloading and installing the software.
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 83% off, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.