Lord of Knights: War Horse Dash for iPhone is a fun side scrolling game with a lot of content packed in. The premise of the game is simple, your character rides a horse and you guide it through various obstacles to reach the end of the levels. If you’ve played the popular game Subway Surfers, you’ll feel perfectly at home with Lord … Read More
We take a lot of photos with our iPhone and there are no dearth of options when it comes to sharing those with the world. The App Store offerings have evolved from simple photo uploading apps to apps that add filters to the ones that offer advanced editing options. We have witnessed the rise of hugely popular social networks and services dedicated entirely to … Read More
Rating: YouTube has been the go-to source for user generated video content and has been dominating the video sharing segment since a long time. However, there is a new wave of video content creation and sharing that is steadily making a huge impact. Some of the apps that have proved to be highly successful in this category include Vine and Musical.ly. … Read More
Rating: Keeping a track of different timings of all your favoruite TV shows isn’t an easy task. Setting a reminder on your phone could be a solution, but certainly not an intutive one. TVShows – Free TV Series Calendar Watch Tracker for iPhone developed by PersApps promises to solve the problem of keeping a track of all the TV shows you … Read More
Rating: Panic Pump 3D is a casual puzzle game that aims to test your reaction time and logic to extreme test. The game begins with an introduction to the backstory, an evil Bumbi creature has trapped all its brothers (creatures that look like aliens) and only one Bumbi is left to free them all. The Bumbi’s are trapped in a box … Read More
Apple earlier today released iOS 8.4 software update that brings Apple’s on demand music streaming service to the world. Apple Music was first introduced during this years WWDC. The service is now live in more than 100 countries.
The new service is very similar to Beats Music which has been shut down post Apple Music launch. You may recall Beats was acquired by Apple in May last year for $3 billion.
Apple launched its “shot on iPhone 6” campaign in March this year which features photos taken by users. The campaign was recently expanded to include videos and now the company has featured select 15 seconds video clips and posted them on its website. Apple updated its video collection on Thursday by adding two new videos titled “Shot on iPhone 6 by … Read More
We recently reported on mixed reaction from eminent artists towards Apple Music’s free-trial policy regarding payments. The company was trying to negotiate deals with record labels and artists to pay them 71.5% revenue share which is higher than the industry standard while paying nothing during the three month free-trial of the service. Taylor Swift on her tumblr blog posted details about … Read More
Apple Music is all-set to go live on June 30 with the release of iOS 8.4 software update. During WWDC 2015 Apple announced that the streaming music service will offer a generous three-month free trial period for all users. Record labels and independent artists are now expressing their concerns over the free trial. The Beggars Group, one of the largest independent group … Read More
iOS 9 preview during WWDC 2015 gave us a sneak preview of the upcoming software update for Apple’s mobile devices. The next major update for iOS offers many new features and performance enhancement. On the other hand, iOS 9 and iOS 8.4 also take on challenging third-party developers who currently offer apps in 5 thriving app store categories. Many developers behind the apps in … Read More
Google today announced that the company is working on YouTube Gaming app and dedicated website for on-demand and live-streaming of gaming videos. Broadcasting live gameplay videos, posting videos of high-scores, strategy or just narrating while playing games has increasingly become very popular in the gaming community. Twitch is the leading platform when it comes to gaming videos. The service boasts … Read More
WWDC keynote conference has been all about software updates since Apple moved hardware announcements to special events. This year the company previewed iOS 9, OS X 10.11 El Capitan and for the first time included an Apple Watch software update, watchOS 2. When the Apple Watch was launched it supported third-party apps however, those could only work as long as you were … Read More
At this years’ WWDC keynote event Apple CEO, Tim Cook, used Steve Jobs’ famous “one more thing” phrase to announce Apple Music. The company had long been rumored to be working on a music streaming service after acquiring Beats Music for $3 billion. Just like most Apple products, Apple Music isn’t the first of its kind in the market. Apps like … Read More
Every year during WWDC Apple announces its Design Award winners to honour “outstanding design and innovation”. This year one of the apps that won the prestigious Apple Design Award was “Affinity Designer” for Mac. Touch Reviews recently published an in-depth review of Affinity Designer for Mac and we just fell in love with its design and simplicity. In our review we … Read More
Apple on Monday previewed iOS 9, the next major software update for its mobile devices. During the 26th WWDC keynote event Craig Federighi, SVP of Software Engineering, talked about the focus of iOS 9 being towards intelligence, multitasking on iPad, foundation and improving built-in apps. Apple is improving built-in apps that iOS already has and even bringing new default apps to iOS … Read More