PadGadget’s iPad Tips: How to Share iCloud Calendars

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I have about a half dozen shared calendars with friends and family through Google Calendars. It is convenient because I can sync my Google Calendars with my Calendar app on iOS and OS X so that all changes are viewable across all devices. Recently, I wanted to start a group calendar with some friends who don’t have Gmail accounts, but they do have iPhones and iPads. We can all view and edit our shared calendar through iCloud and every edit will sync across all our devices no matter where we are.

If you have the need to share calendars with friends or family, and they have an iOS or OS X device, you can do so with just a few simple steps and we’ve got a quick tutorial to show you how.

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PadGadget Daily App Deal – 8 iPad Apps on Sale

PadGadget Daily App Deal – 8 iPad Apps on SaleFor today’s Daily Deal we’ve found 8 great apps to add to your iPad collection.  We have 1 productivity / entertainment apps and 7 game apps in today’s bundle.

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 so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.

Check out all the sale apps after the break »

Siri Will Lock Your Front Door For You in iOS 8 Thanks to HomeKit

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At this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple told us about HomeKit, which is a developer software kit that will allow companies to create apps that work directly with Siri to activate compatible in-home accessories, like lights, locks, and alarms. Today, AppleInsider has a glimpse into some of the things Siri will be able to do in the connected “smart home” in iOS 8.

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ARCHOS Unveils iOS Ready Connected Solution for Smart Home Fans

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Apparently the term “smart home” is now part of the tech world’s vernacular. I don’t mind, though. It may be silly, but it makes me think of those horror films in the early 1980s where a house would be powered by a computer that would eventually gain sentience and attack everyone. I sure hope Siri doesn’t have a jealous side.

ARCHOS recently announced the launch of its newest smart home kit that provides users with information and controls for their in-home accessories on their iOS device.

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Lego Fusion Bridges the Gap Between Virtual and Physical Toys

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Lego has announced a new hybrid building set called Lego Fusion which is based on a really exciting concept. It is a simple design that kids are going to love because they will be able to mix what they build with Legos into a virtual world on their favorite tablet. All angles point towards an attempt to keep up with virtual platforms such as Minecraft, which have proven very popular for kids all over the world.

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Apple to Begin Production of 2.5″ iWatch in July

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Big news is coming in today regarding the wearable computer that Apple is rumored to be working on. According to both the Wall Street Journal and CNBC, the so-called iWatch will begin production this summer with a predicted launch sometime in October.

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Massive Game Sale Going on Today In App Store, SEGA and EA Slash Prices to $0.99

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Is there a holiday this weekend that I don’t know about? For some reason, two major game distributors are having a massive sale today. SEGA has dropped the price of all Sonic titles to just $0.99 and Electronic Arts has dropped the price of all of its paid games to $0.99. Today is a good day to catch up on all those games you’ve wanted, but didn’t want to spend money on.

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Gameloft’s Newest Title ‘Dungeon Gems’ Mixes Matching with RPG Card Battle


Combining puzzle games with role-playing battles is nothing new to the App Store. Puzzle & Dragons is a hugely successful free-to-play game that mixes match-three with card battle style action. Not to be outdone, Gameloft has just launched their own version of the mashup.

Dungeon Gems is a puzzle game where players must match elemental ruins in order to trigger an attack. Match at least two of the same elements to set your hero against your foes.

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iOS Becoming a Fitness Powers House – Health App Use Jumps 62% in Six Months


Since the launch of the iPhone 5S and the iPad Air, health and fitness apps have become more popular than ever. One reason has to do with the M7 motion coprocessor chip that allows apps to track users’ physical activities. It used to be that you’d have to strap a pedometer to your ankle to see how may steps you’ve walked. Now, all you have to do is walk. Most people already carry their iPhone with them. If a fitness app is running in the background, it is tracking.

According to a recent report from Flurry Analytics, health and fitness apps are growing faster than the overall app market. Considering the games category has traditionally been the most popular subject in the App Store, this new trend is really moving.

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PadGadget’s Flashback Friday: Knights of Pen and Paper


Fantasy tabletop role-playing adventure games have existed since the 1970s. Dungeons & Dragons, which was published in 1974, certainly popularized the genre. Since the invention of home video game consoles, pen (technically, pencil) and paper style RPGs have become somewhat of an endangered species.

For those looking to get back to their gaming roots, there is Knights of Pen and Paper. This humorous take on the RPG world will give you a laugh while offering a good old-fashioned campaign adventure.

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