Track IF rating on your iPhone with ‘IF Tracker’

IF Tracker

IF Tracker Rating: To reduce signs of aging and to try stop many diseases, experts suggest we follow an anti-inflammatory diet. Not knowing which foods effect your inflammation though is hard as you won’t find this fact on any food labels. This is where IF Tracker from the developers Looking Glass can help you. All you need do is make a … Read More

Apple’s iOS Browser Share Grows, Still Beats Android

iOS Browser Share And Android

Android and Apple’s iOS browser market share are both growing far faster than BlackBerry as we enter the new year. Blackberry is almost standing still to be honest. Overall iOS browser share is still well over double that of Android, and towards the end of 2010 it started to accelerate and grow much faster than Android. Currently iOS browser market … Read More

Apple aims to Ship 21 Million iPhones during Q1 2011

DigiTimes is reporting that Apple has revised its estimate of iPhone units it will ship in the first quarter of 2011 to between 20 and 21 million units. It had previously expected its iPhone market to grow to 19 million units in that quarter, from around 15 million units in the last quarter leading up to Christmas. Part of this growth … Read More

Infinity Blade Updated with New Equipment, In-App Purchases and Santa Hat!

The super popular iOS Unreal Engine based medieval hack and slash app “Infinity Blade” (View in iTunes) has been blessed with a Christmas update. The inevitable in-app purchases have reared their ugly head and you can now purchase gold in the game. But Epic have also added more headroom for those of you nearing the app’s level cap of 40. … Read More

Apple Ejects WikiLeaks App for iPhone from the App Store

WikiLeaks App for iPhone

An unofficial WikiLeaks app for iPhone which went on sale in the Apple App Store for $1.99 and allowed you to follow the WikiLeaks Twitter feed, as well as browse the information that WikiLeaks provides for free, has been pulled by Apple. Developer Igor Barinov has confirmed to TechCrunch that the app has been removed at Apple’s behest. We are … Read More

iOS Publishers Scramble for App Store Top Spots [Christmas Sale]

Christmas iPhone Games Sale

Apple will be closing the doors on the administrative side of the iTunes App Store (known as “iTunes Connect” to developers) from the 23rd of December until the 28th. This is presumably for a well deserved holiday break for the overworked App Store Gnomes. Or perhaps so they can all join Santa at the North Pole for their Christmas job … Read More

Friends – Social Aggregation App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

Friends iPhone

These days we’re all plugged into so many social networks that our friends and contacts are often spread over 3, 4 or even more locations. Keeping them all aggregated can be a hassle, and this is where a new app from Taptivate comes in. Aptly named Friends, this iOS app aims to bring all you contacts into one handy-dandy place. … Read More

mSpot : Cloud Music for iOS. But for how long?

mspot iTunes Cloud Music

mSpot has been around for a while now on Android. And today they launched their iOS app in Apple’s App Store. What mSpot does is allow you to upload your music to your own mini cloud server, and then you can access it from anywhere you have an internet connection, via your mSpot app on whichever major mobile platform you prefer. … Read More

Infinity Blade Sales Cross 274,000 Earns $1.64 Million In Just 5 Days

I distinctly remember saying on one episode of The International Mac Podcast that nobody wanted to play games on an iPhone. Apparently I was wrong! Epic Games and ChAIR Entertainment, the clever guys n gals behind Infinity Blade have managed to shift at-least 274k copies of their Action-RPG for iOS. At $6 a pop that they have already raked in … Read More

Google Latitude for iPhone Comes to Apple’s App Store

If you haven’t heard of it yet, Google Latitude is a location-based social network that allows users to share their location with their friends. An official iOS application for the service popped up in the App Store over the weekend, then quickly disappeared again for unknown reasons. However, today the search giant has officially released its iOS application and it’s … Read More

Google Latitude For iPhone Pulled From The App Store

google-latitude-iphone

It’s always fun to play the mysterious disappearing app game, and today is no different! Today’s contestant is Google’s Latitude app. If you happen to use the Japanese App Store and were quick enough then you might just have been able to download a native app for the location tracking service that Google has been toying with for some time … Read More

Verizon iPhone now ‘closer to reality’ AT&T Exclusivity Coming To An End

It’s the rumour that just won’t die, but once again there are reports that AT&T’s iPhone exclusivity could be coming to an end. Again. One of the people to blame this time around is Shaw Wu of Kaufman Bros. The analyst claimed yesterday that the iPhone coming to Verizon is now ‘closer to reality’. Not exactly earth-shattering. Today bought us a … Read More

Google Books Now Available for iPhone

Google Books iPhone 4

Google today officially took the wraps off the eBook store we’ve been expecting and launched apps for both Android and iOS to boot. While comparisons will inevitably be made with Amazon’s Kindle service as well as Apple’s fledgeling iBooks, Google’s offering does have a couple of interesting angles worth noting. One of the interesting things of note is that Google has, … Read More

WhiteiPhone4Now.com pulled down – Apple wins?

We recently told you about New York teenager Fei Lam and his little money making endeavour – offering White iPhone 4 conversion kits supposedly direct from Apple’s own hardware partner Foxconn. We also told you how Apple was seemingly a little upset. Now, in an email to CultOfMac.com, Lam has told the world : We have closed the site, possibly … Read More