About three years ago, Sony released a couple of rocking pinball apps. Slayer Pinball Rocks HD and AC/DC Pinball Rocks HD were the most shredding pinball apps you could ever imagine playing on your iPad. Now, Sony has launched a free pinball app that makes if possible for you to play along to Slayer, ACDC, Alice in Chains, and more.
Microsoft made a big announcement today. The company has finally launched the long-awaited Office 365 productivity suite on the iPhone. Unfortunately, the iPad version is still MIA and it seems the company has not plans to make an optimized version.
Well, it’s finally Friday and we are all antsy to get this weekend rolling. While having a couple of days to recuperate from a hard workweek is nice, so is reliving our youth. Every Friday, we flashback to decades ago and spotlight games from our childhood. Last week, we reminded you of the first-person shooter game, Doom.
This week, we have another shooter game from around the same time. Duke Nukem II launched in 1993 and quickly became a cult classic for its whit and humor.
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.
If you are getting tired of your boring old couch and your beat up entertainment center but have no idea how to redecorate, then you should check out HGTV’s new iPad app. In only a few minutes, you’ll be so inspired. You’ll redecorate your whole house.
The iOS 7 announcement has come and gone and while many are celebrating the new features and design, there are some companies that are likely holding wakes to mourn the loss of their newly obsolete apps.
While Apple is bound by copyright laws and cannot blatantly steal ideas from app developers (because no company ever does that), there is certainly allowance for competitive apps and design functionality. However, how much competition is there really going to be when we’re talking about a flashlight app compared with a button in the newly announced Control Center? There are certainly apps that are going to fade into obsolescence. Here is a look at 5 apps that are now in competition with iOS 7.
FOX Sports recently wrote an article about NFL teams dumping their 40-pound playbooks in exchange for an iPad that could literally hold every NFL playbook in one device. While you might think that traditional playbooks are safer from prying eyes than digital technology, the NFL has gone to great lengths to ensure that their secrets don’t get into the wrong hands.
It is time for another edition of our music-based column. Each week, we tell you about apps and accessories that suit musicians and fans of music. Last week, we told you about the launch of IK Multimedia’s newest products, the iRig HD and AmpliTube Studio.
This week, we want to talk a little about one of Apple’s newest music-related features in iOS 7.
The rumors about Apple launching a low-cost iPhone this fall have been swirling around for months. However, the recent “phablet” phenomenon has caused some in the industry to speculate that the iPad maker will head into this new market, as well. While it is still nothing more than rumors, Reuters has insider information claiming that Apple is looking into the possibility of launching a 4.7 and 5.7 device in the future. Read More »
During the ongoing Apple e-book trial, US v Apple, Apple’s e-book market director, Keith Moehrer testified that Apple holds 20 percent of the US ebook market. In the trial, which began at the beginning of the month, the Department of Justice has accused Apple of colluding with book publishers over the price of e-books sold through iBooks.