Here is a real-life situation that happens to me at least once per month. I’ll get a text message from a booker, asking if my band can play some show. I have to ask my band mates first, before confirming. So, I’ll send a message to the guys. They always ask, who else is playing, what time, what venue, etc. Instead of typing every detail of a SMS from someone, you could copy and past a text bubble. Or, you could forward messages with just a few taps.
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 75% off, several are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
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, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
The world is getting tired of waiting for Microsoft to make Office widely available on mobile devices. At least, that is what Reuters is saying. The go-to news organization recently reported that young companies are done hoping for Microsoft to make its productivity apps for tablets and smartphones, so they are moving onto something they can use now. Apparently, the Office maker actually has a full version of the productivity suite in-house, but is waiting to launch it publicly.
Crazy Taxi is one of those games I played religiously in the late 1990s. I’d come home from work, turn on my Dreamcast and veg out for hours, picking up fares and collecting tips. The iOS version is a direct port of the original game with a few additional iOS treats. Today, Sega announced the upcoming launch of a brand new version of Crazy Taxi by the same guy that created the original game.
DigiTimes, the same tech blog that earlier reported Apple had already placed an order for 80 to 90 million iPad Pro units is now claiming that the company never made those orders, but has instead, “shelved its large-size tablet project.”
According to DigiTimes, brand vendors have pushed for larger sized tablets in recent months, but due to lack of support from platform developers and ecosystems, Apple has decided not to follow through with their original plans to launch a 12.9-inch iPad.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is big on inspiring the world to make movies. Not only movies, but more specifically, animations. Last June, the organization launched a comprehensive catalogue of Norman McLaren’s short films, which included a few workshop features where users could create their own McLaren-esque animations. Today the NFB announced the launch of another app that lets future filmmakers try their hand at animation. This time, it involves the stop motion kind.
Epic role-playing adventure games hit their stride in the mid 1990s. With some help from titles like Final Fantasy turning the gaming world upside-down. A lot of game makers wanted to try their hand at the genre. In 1995, Namco launched the first in its “Tales” series, which grew in popularity to the point it has been ported to a number of different device, including the recent port to iOS.
When Apple launched iCloud three years ago, the company intended to make seamless integration between iOS and OS X. Since then, major updates to the company’s productivity apps for both operating systems have improved greatly and iCloud has helped make integration much better than it was before. Today, 9to5Mac claims to have information that Apple will be adding OS X’s TextEdit and Preview apps to iOS with the next version of the mobile operating system.