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, several are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
Apple’s big update to its mobile operating system has finally hit the floor running. Some may have experienced issues trying to get the download to start, but other than a few hiccups, most users probably already have the update installed, or are working on it now.
It appears that Apples’s tablet is getting a lot of love in the App Store today. Earlier today, Pandora Radio updated it’s app with a complete redesign for the iPad. Now, the popular productivity app Clear for iPhone received an update that optimizes it for the iPad and makes it iOS 7 compatible with great new features.
For those who have been refreshing their iPad’s software updates every few minutes for the past few hours, Apple has officially launched iOS 7 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The update is compatible with the iPhone 4 and newer, the fourth-generation iPod touch and newer, the iPad 2 and newer, and the iPad mini.
The third installment of the Infinity Blade trilogy has been a long time coming. We thought we would see its release sometime during iOS 6’s lifespan, but the app had been postponed nearly to death. Last week, Apple showed off Infinity Blade III at its iPhone event with a promise that it would launch alongside iOS 7. Well, the game’s developer has made good on its promise. Infinity Blade III is now on sale in the App Store.
You will probably notice today that a lot of apps are being updated for iOS 7. Right now, my Updates queue is 16 apps long and most of them are in preparation for Apple’s new mobile operating system. In an effort to stay on everyone’s mind through the launch of iTune’s Radio, Pandora Radio has just updated its app with lots of new features for the iPad. Of course, the streaming music app has been given the iOS 7 redesign, as well.
The tech media world loves model creator Martin Hajek. He has become famous amongst Apple fans for his detailed 3-D mockups of various iPhone and iPad models. Using the most prevalent rumors, mixed with what he knows to be true, Hajek can make a model that looks so realistic it even has finger print smudges. Recently, the 3-D model maker created his version of what the new iPad models would look like if they were gold. Plus, get a glimpse at what the Touch ID would look like on Apple’s tablet.
It is time again for another installment of our weekly do-it-yourself column. We love to make our own cases, stands, and mounts for our devices and hopefully, you take a little joy from it, as well. Each week, we search the Web to find the coolest DIY projects. Last week, we told you about an iPad mount for your dashboard. More specifically, it is for your air-conditioning vents.
This week, we found a project that is a little more time consuming, but much more useful. Today’s DIY iPad project is for a cover that was inspired by the BookBook Case.
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.
There is an in-progress Kickstarter campaign which is building a 3D sensing device. While it probably wont be at the level of established non-mobile 3D scanners, the fact that it attaches to your iPad is pretty amazing.
As someone who is involved in the music and film industries, I can see a lot possibilities. Here are a few that I came up with immediately:
- Location scouting for films – quick 3D models of places
- Record keeping of microphone placement in recording studios
- 3D representation of artwork