When you are out on an extended trip, do you find yourself having a difficult time keeping your iPad from filling up with all of the movies, music, and T.V. shows you want to bring with you? If you regularly capture video of your family on vacation, you may eat up all of the storage space on your iPad before you get to the end of your trip. If you want more storage for your iOS device, LaCie has a solution.
Welcome to PadGadget’s first edition of iPad Tips in 2014. We’ve been hot on the trail of all kinds of tips, tricks, and advice for iPad owners throughout 2013. Now, it’s time to ring in the New Year. Last week, we told you how to set up a new Apple ID on your iPad. It is hard to imagine that everyone in the U.S. doesn’t already have an Apple ID, but it is possible.
This week, we have some tips for iOS users who have a new device and want to add old content to it. If you’ve recently upgraded from an older iPad and didn’t transfer content, you can still download the apps, games, movies, and music that you have previously purchased in iTunes.
Apple has started the New Year off with a Bang. This is the first week of 2014 to have a spotlight for new and updated apps and games in the App Store. Each week, Apple gives a special nod to a collection of apps that are deemed worth of the Editor’s Choice award. Last week, Starguide received the nod. The recently updated app now features 64-bit compatibility for time-lapse imaging.
This week, Chillingo was honored once again for a fun physics-based game. This sequel has better graphics, improved game mechanics, and plenty of brand new puzzles.
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.
According to a recent report from Ad Age, mobile advertising has finally hit a huge boom. The report shows that the mobile market drove nearly all digital advertising growth in 2013 and is expected to grow another five billion dollars in 2014.
What makes this so important for publishers is that there is finally proof that devices like the iPad are moneymakers for advertisers. Ad Age presents a comprehensive list of four important things publishers should know in order to optimize advertising on the iPad.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is set to take place this January 7 – 10. Each year, the gadget conference fills with hundreds of iPhone and iPad related products for us to look forward to in the following year. One of our favorite outdoor accessories, the iGrill, is getting an upgrade this year and iDevices will be on hand to demonstrate it for lucky attendees. Additionally, iDevices will be showing off a new propane level checker called iLP.
Yesterday, CBS announced that, for the first time, the broadcast company will live-stream coverage of the American Football Conference portion of the National Football League playoffs. The entire conference will be available to stream on laptops, desktops, and tablets via CBSSports.com.
If there were any game of 2013 that could be considered one of the top titles of the year it would be Candy Crush Saga. The deliciously simple match-three game won the hearts of iOS users all year long. It has steadily remained on the Top Grossing Games list in the App Store since it launched. This week, the game’s developer, King, has launched a new match-three title that is a little healthier, but just as fun.
iPads have been used by politicians in a wide range of settings, but a story out of Nassau county shows that the iPad may have finally replaced the Good Book itself. In a ceremony on January 2nd, County Executive Edward Mangano was sworn in using a downloaded Bible on an iPad because a physical copy couldn’t be found. I can’t help wonder if this speaks to the ingenuity of Nassau county or its godlessness because they couldn’t find a single real Bible.
Welcome to the first Flashback Friday of 2014. It is hard to believe that the New Year has already come. It seems like just a few months ago, we were voting in a new president. I guess what they say about time being relevant is true. That’s why we love to talk about the good old days. Last week, we presented our readers with a list of retro and classic games we thought were the best in 2013. It’s time to get a new list started for a new year. Read More »