The capybara is probably the most adorable rodent to have ever existed (sorry Guinea Pig). It looks like a mix between a squirrel and a rabbit, but it is about the size of a pig. Kapibarasan is probably the most adorable character ever to be created in Japan (Sorry Hello Kitty). Today, Namco Bandai launched a new app that might be the most adorable match-three game to every appear in the App Store.
Apple has just announced that, starting today, anyone with an Apple ID will be able to create mobile advertisements for iOS using the company’s mobile-ad management took, iAd Workbench. Until today, the service was only available to registered app developers.
This is great news for small businesses and companies looking to advertise, but don’t want to register as an app developer to do so. Now, iAD Workbench will be open to a variety of users.
A few months ago, we told you about a very simple project that turns a remote control holder from Ikea that was turned into a couch pocket for your iPad. It is such a clever idea to have something to throw over an armrest that can hold your tablet when you don’t have table or lap space available. Today, we wanted to show you another DIY armrest project, only this one doesn’t require a trip to Ikea.
This fun, spring like sewing project comes from Kathy at Crafty Chica. With some sample-sized swatches of thick, durable fabrics, she was able to make an iPad caddy that you can take with you anywhere you go.
Since today is April Fool’s Day, I’m not trusting anything that anyone says or does. Tomorrow, everything will be cleared up and back to normal. But, today I’m just going to assume everyone is lying to me. Comedy Central has just launched a brand new app that allows fans to watch hundreds of hours worth of their favorite episodes in one official app. If this is a prank, the company went to a lot of trouble to get us.
The current patent infringement case between Apple and Samsung has been put on hold after a shocking announcement was made that the two monolithic corporations had formalized a plan to combine Android and iOS onto a single tablet device named the iPad Universal. The deal has been under development since late 2012 but had hit some road bumps in development, which were overcome when Samsung realized how much they stood to lose in court and Apple saw a golden opportunity.
Mobile web usage in 2014 has shrunken to a mere 14% of time sent on mobile devices in spite of the average time on devices increasing. The data, as collected by Flurry, shows that apps dominate the time spent by consumers and that the overall number one app is Facebook.
Today, Apple announced that its most current model of iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display is now compatible on China’s TD-LTE network. China has been selling cellular-compatible models of Apple’s newest tablets for a few months now, but the devices were not yet compatible with the country’s TD-LTE network. Today’s launch makes it possible for users to connect on China Mobile’s 4G network.
One of the things holding me back from adopting my iPad as my primary computer is its storage capacity limitation. I’m too cheap to get the LTE version and then pay for a bunch of cloud storage but perhaps there are other options which can provide a one time financial investment. LaCie, for example, offers a portable hard drive which is both wireless and battery operated, which might be the perfect solution for someone like me.
Baseball season is right around the corner and MLB At Bat has been updated to accommodate the new rules and procedures which are premiering this season. The biggest change to the app is the expansion of the instant replay into all regular and post season games. Honestly I sometimes wonder why we don’t put all of the refs in a room filled with screens and let them officiate with perfect viewing angles, but that of course would be absolute heresy… and way too fair.