Reddit Finally Launches Official iOS App for Popular Ask Me Anything Q&A

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Reddit might be the most popular Internet website aggregate ever. The barebones website lists tens of thousands of articles every day that are user submitted and mostly a complete waste of time, but fun just the same. Reddit has no official iOS app. Maybe that’s because the website is so simplistic that it isn’t difficult to see the same thing on smaller screens without needing any special designs.

Today, the company launched an official app specifically for catching up on the website’s popular Ask Me Anything (AMA) question and answer sessions. Unfortunately, it isn’t optimized for the iPad. However, I’ve been reading it on my 9.7-inch screen in 2X zoom mode, and it doesn’t look half bad. Read More »

New Sources Claim iWatch Will Not be Ready in Time for Sept. 9 Event


Last week, Re/code made claims that Apple would be unveiling a new device, likely the iWatch, which would support both HealthKit and HomeKit functionality at next week’s media event on Sept. 9. Rumors and speculations have been buzzing around our heads for months as to what we can expect from Apple. Finally getting to see the product would be a huge burden lifted from our minds.

Unfortunately, new rumors have surfaced that Apple won’t be ready to unveil the iWatch until sometime in 2015 because the device is still in the engineering verification testing stages.

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Best Buy Now Selling iPad Mini for only $199

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This morning, DigiTimes reported that Apple made an arrangement with Best Buy and Amazon to cut the price of the iPad mini. Upon further research, it appears that Amazon has dropped the price of the first generation model, as well as the iPad mini with Retina, by $50. Best Buy is offering $100 off of the first-generation iPad mini and the iPad mini with Retinal Display, WiFi + Cellular model.

According to DigitTimes, unnamed sources noted that Apple sold 16.4 million and 13.28 million tablets in the first and second quarter respectively. The sources believe that, in order to maintain tablet shipment status, Apple is encouraging a sale that might improve the numbers in the third quarter.

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Why Apple Rejects Apps: 11 Common Mistakes Developers Make When Submitting

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Any developer has had an app rejected will tell you that the screening process is quite difficult. You never know how long it will take and you never know whether the reviewer will suddenly decide to reject your app. Apple recently published a new page on its Developer website to make things a bit easier with information on 11 of the most common reasons apps get rejected in the review process.

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PadGadget’s iPad Tips: How to Share One Computer with Multiple Devices


In less than two weeks, Apple is going to (hopefully) unveil a new line of iOS devices, probably the new iPhone, and thousands of people are going to join the iOS ecosystem. If you are reading this, you are probably already an iPad owner and have an iTunes account on your desktop or laptop that you use to sync and backup your device.

If there is a new Apple member in your family, or will be in the coming weeks, that does not have a separate computer, you don’t have to force him or her to use your iTunes account. There is a way to set up separate accounts on one computer. You can even set parental restrictions for your children who have just recently talked you into buying them their first iPhone.

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Apple Actively Investigating iCloud Celebrity Photo Hacking

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It is clear that famous people have more exciting iCloud Photo Streams than I do. If my account were to be hacked there is no chance at all that you would ever hear about it. When Jennifer Lawrence has nude photos hacked and posted online, however, there is an appropriately large investigation into the scandal and Apple has announced they are looking into the possibility they were taken from her iCloud account.

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This Week’s App Store Editor’s Choice: Madden NFL Mobile


The iPad is quickly becoming sporting gamers’ go-to device for all categories of athletic related fun. Whether you want to create the ultimate baseball team, soccer team, or blood bowl extravaganza, you can fulfill all of your fantasy team dreams right on your mobile device.

This week, EA Sports launched Madden NFL Mobile on iOS and it immediately made Apple’s hotlist for Editor’s Choice. Users can choose a franchise, pick players, and put their men to the test on the field in an exciting season of professional football.

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Evernote Unveils Mid-Century Themed Desk Accessories Designed by Eric Pfeiffer32

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Evernote is known for organizing our blogs, news articles, recipes, and notes. Everything you do on the Internet can be saved and categorized into a perfect storage system. The company has recently moved that idea out of the virtual world and into the real with a new line of desktop accessories to keep your gadgets and office supplies just as nicely arranged as your RSS feed.

The Pfeiffer Collection by Evernote is a specially made set of desktop accessories from Bay Area designer Eric Pfeiffer. The Slotted Cup, Catch-All Tray, and Tablet Dish will bring a touch of Eames to your workspace.

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Photoshop Mix for iPad Update Adds Requested Features Including Dropbox, Undo and Image Swapping

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This past June, Adobe launched a new line of creative software and accessories for the iPad to meet the needs of its consumer base. The Sketch, Line, and Photoshop Mix apps launched for free and give users a new way to draw, paint, and edit content on the iPad. Combined with Creative Cloud, users can save their projects safely in Adobe’s cloud-based storage and access them any time from any compatible device.

This week, Adobe updated its Photoshop Mix app with a bunch of new features that users were asking for from day one.

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Samsung’s Latest Commercial Pokes Fun at iPad’s Size

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I’m always disappointed when I see a commercial from a tech company putting down Apple products in an attempt to make their own seem better. In my opinion, if your product is good, it doesn’t need to be compared to anyone else’s. It will rise to the top on its own.

Samsung’s newest Apple bashing is just another ridiculous attempt to make its tablet seem better without going into any detail about what makes the Tab S special.

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