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, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
The new iPad Air is thinner and lighter than any iPad before it–which makes it more fragile and in need of protection as well. And even in its lightness, sometimes you’ll still want to take a hands-free approach when consuming media on the new device.
Thankfully, ZooGue has both needs in mind. To accommodate the new iPad Air, the mobile accessories company have revised their Case Prodigy and Case Genius Pro cases, so you can protect your iPad while utilizing it in any number of attractive (glare-free!) angles.
I know I recently vowed not to buy an iPad Air because I was going to wait until the new iPad Mini was released, but somehow I found myself curious about the in-store pickup option this morning and before I knew it I had placed an order. Shortly after placing the order the editor at PadGadget sent out an email about a $20 discount on iPads at Walmart, which Apple and Target were supposedly matching. I knew I had to explore.
Sometimes I wonder if Apple is staying away from handwriting recognition because of the bad press that the old Apple Newton received. In many ways the iPad is the perfect platform for using handwriting but very few are willing to develop for it.
Apple skipped right over handwriting to the much more impressive voice recognition and dictation features of Siri. For those moments you don’t want to type but can’t effectively use dictation, WritePad offers a handy solution which features handwriting recognition and a variety of other useful tools.
Groupon has been the most popular one-day sale sight since it’s early days in 2008. The company has grown from a tiny startup to a huge online marketplace with local discounts, getaway trips, and online deals in just five short years. To celebrate their anniversary, the company has completely redesigned its website and app with lots of great new features to make finding the best deal easier than ever. Read More »
Every time Apple puts out an iPad, tech site iFixit rips it open and shows us its guts. It is a wonderful sight to see. If you have always wondered what makes your Apple tablet tick, iFixit makes it possible for you to see every screw that keeps it together without you having to destroy your $500 tablet.
Did Samsung Tablets Really Outscore the iPad in J.D. Powers Customer Satisfaction Survey? Sure Doesn’t Look Like it
J.D. Powers recently released its 2013 U.S. Tablet Satisfaction Survey. The headline reads, “Samsung Ranks Highest in Owner Satisfaction with Tablet Devices.” O.K. so, based on that headline alone, Samsung outscored Apple in the survey. Why then, when you look at the J.D. Powers Tablet Ratings chart does Apple beat Samsung in all but two categories for customer ratings (one of the categories was a tie)? We are confused.
Welcome back to another installment of our classic games column. Each week, we search the App Store to find old games we love that have been ported to iOS. We aren’t exclusive to the classics though. Any game that reminds us of our childhood, even if it came out last week, will get a nod in Flashback Friday. Last week, we told you about the announcement that classic Amiga Games will be coming to iOS in the very near future.
This week, we are spotlighting a game that was part of the Breakout craze of the mid 1980s. ARKANOID proved that simple casual games can be just as story driven as game book adventures.
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, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
iOS devices are perfect for playing tower defense games and if that sounds like a comment you agree with, then you absolutely have to download Anomaly 2. When Chillingo Ltd wrote that the graphics are jaw dropping, I thought perhaps they were exaggerating a little bit. What I found with the actual gameplay, however, is a very immersive experience with… that’s right, jaw dropping graphics.