Today is the first day of the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). Every year, Apple holds a special convention where developers come together to talk about software and hardware development. It is also a place where new third-party accessories are revealed. The best part is that, the WWDC is also where Apple show off new products. This year, in addition to the likelihood of a MacBook refresh, possible an iMac refresh, and even the unlikely chance of the next generation iPad, Apple will definitely demo iOS 7, which may feature iRadio, a map update, and many other features.
Today is a big day for iOS users. Today we find out just how different the updated iOS 7 mobile operating system is going to be. We will probably be seeing a “flatter” graphic design, but there is a potential for more than just a new look. Rumor has it that Apple is going to reveal a streaming music service.
Additionally, Apple will undoubtedly make tweaks and alterations to things we have only recently figured out how to use. That’s why, every week, we give you tips and information on things you may not have already known about using your iPad.
It is Monday again. Today is a big day for Apple fans. The company will be hosting a keynote address where they will probably demonstrate iOS 7, as well as possibly announce a few new things, like iRadio, the iWatch, and perhaps even the fifth-generation iPad. Before we get into all of that though, we want to tell you about this week’s App Store Editor’s Choice.
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 so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.
The Hulu Plus experience just keeps getting better and better. I guess that’s why we love watching shows on our iPad with the Hulu app. Yesterday, the company announced the launch of an epic update that, not only changes the look of the user interface, but also changes the way we watch movies and TV shows on the app.
Android-based living room gaming consoles are not a new thing. GameStick and OUYA, for example, offer users the ability to access to hundreds of Android games from their controllers and set-top box devices. Home consoles that allow users the ability to play Android and iOS games on one device, however, are. BlueStacks recently announced that its GamePop console will feature games that are supported by Android and iOS, all in one box. Read More »
Apple’s iRadio service took another step toward release readiness as Sony cut a deal with the Cupertino-based tech giant. Sony Music Group was the last of the big three music companies to take this step, which paves the way for Apple to announce plans to release iRadio at the upcoming WWDC next week.
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.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, in collaboration with Phosphor Games Studio, has just announced the launch of a new iOS game based on the upcoming Superman movie release. Man of Steel will hit theaters on June 14, and its companion game will be available in the App Store on the same day. So, you can dress like your favorite DC Comics superhero, wait in line at the local theater, and play Man of Steel while waiting to watch Man of Steel.
It’s Friday again, and that means we go back in time, not with the Flux Capacitor or anything, just in our minds. We go back to our childhood. Or for some, early adulthood, and others… not-even-born-yet-hood. On Fridays we flashback to previous decades and spotlight games that have been ported, updated, or modernized for iOS. Last week, we told you about the iOS version of the DOS-based Epic Pinball, which is called Retro Pinball for the iPad.
This week, we are spotlighting the popular first-person shooter game from the early 1990s, Doom.