When Google announced that it would be eliminating its popular RSS feed feature, app developers scrambled to find ways to let users integrate their favorite blogs from Google Reader into their own service. Feedly came out of the ashes to be the next big thing. After a few bug fixes and updates, the company can now boast more than 12 million users. Yesterday, the RSS reader company DevHD announced the launch of a new pro service that will allow a few additional features not currently available for free subscribers.
In his LinkIn profile, Michael Lochrane lists work on ‘Infinity Blade 3 for the iPhone’ which hopefully means the third installment of the series is on its way. Michael is a Senior QA Tester at ChAIR Entertainment Group and Epic Games.
Nothing else is confirmed about Infinity Blade III but any news is good news for those of us that have enjoyed the first two and are awaiting a fresh opportunity to wield a sword as an undying soldier through many generations on a quest for justice.
Tablet sales have been on a tear over the past year but demand have dropped off significantly this past quarter. IDC, in its latest tablet tracker report, has seen a sequential quarter over quarter shipping decline of -9.7%. This is the first decline of tablet sales IDC has seen and one of the major contributors could be prospective buyers delaying their purchases in the hopes that Apple might soon launch the new iPad 5 or iPad mini 2.
Apple’s iPad sales declined from 19.5 million in the Q1 to 14.6 million units in the second quarter of this year. The decline is largely attributed to the lack of a new iPad in Q2 but growing pressure from popular Android tablets has also begun to eat into Apple’s dominant marketshare. Global tablet shipments for the past quarter hit 45.1 million units which was a 59.6% increase compared to a year ago quarter when tablet sales hit 28.3 million devices.
Welcome to the weekly installment of our tips, tricks and tutorials. Each week, we give you advice and information on how to get the best out of your iPad. Last time, we told you how to get movies of all different types onto your iPad using the VLC for iOS app. You never have to worry about file types again.
This week, we have an app that features a how-to guide for learning about your iPad. Plus, it has been updated to look good with iOS 7.
The Apple store concept was once a revolutionary idea that turned the brick and mortar ecosystem on its side but it is growing stale and Apple is on the hunt for the next big thing. Perhaps the magic that happened with Steve Jobs and Ron Johnson can somehow be repeated, but for the moment it appears that things in the hunt have gone cold.
Every few weeks a different story is published about how Apple is focusing their stores on sales or service or something else. To the untrained eye it seems like a series of ‘band-aide solutions’ instead of a long term plan. The problem with a ship that has no rudder is that it is hard to get from one place to another.
It is Monday again. Another workweek begins and another fun weekend is put to bed. Every Monday, we tell you a little something about one of the recipients of the coveted App Store Editor’s Choice award. Last week, algoriddim’s djay 2 took the honor
As time inches closer to the official launch of iOS 7, more developers are releasing apps and games that compliment the new, flat design. Themes are moving away from faux realism and toward electronic, spacey, and minimalistic. This week’s App Store Editor’s Choice is being awarded to an app that makes the best use of sound and touch gesture, while maintaining a spacey, electronic look.
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.
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.
Apple’s long-lasting court battle with the Department of Justice (DoJ) over e-book pricing came to an end in early July. The U.S. District Court found the company guilty of violating antitrust laws. One of the judges stated that Apple played a “center role” in conspiring with five major book publishers to set prices of digital books higher than the going rate.
Today, the DoJ submitted a proposal for remedying the issue by asking that the Court require Apple to end its current arrangements with book publishers to prevent the company from “conspiring to thwart competition in the future.”