ToDo Movies Review – Simple iPhone App That Achieves it’s Purpose

ToDo Movies

Everybody loves lists right, to a greater or lesser extent, the same can be said for movies. So how about an app that combines both! ToDo Movies for iPhone does just that in a single app the enables you to keep a simple list of all the movies that you want to watch. Because this app has a single purpose … Read More

Apple’s iOS 6 Beta 3 Brings iCloud.com Email Addresses

iCloud icon

Apple recently released iOS 6 beta 3 and alongside it also introduced iCloud.com email addresses for accounts currently using iCloud. Currently any users who have a email account with Apple under iCloud still have the me.com suffix on their email address. Apple discontinued MobileMe, the cloud service prior to iCloud and integrated in the emails as well as contacts and … Read More

Ahead of iPhone 5 Release Date European Carriers Stocking Nano-SIMs

nano-SIM Card iPhone

According to a report from The Financial Times, European carriers are stocking up on nano-SIM cards ahead of Apple’s next gen iPhone 5 release date. The carriers are purchasing the SIMs ahead of any statements or confirmation from Apple if this new standard will be adopted. Earlier this year, many reports online suggested that the European Telecommunications Standards Institute selected … Read More

iOS 6 Beta 3 Available to Developers for Download

iOS 6 Beta 3

Apple announced iOS 6 during the company’s annual WWDC conference, and showcased some of the main features of the new update including a revamped Maps application and Siri improvements. The Cupertino company released an initial beta to developers directly after the conference, allowing developers to test the new features on the their devices and then released iOS 6 beta 2 … Read More

Frisbee Forever 2 Review – It’s Like Quidditch with Flying Disks

Frisbee Forever 2

Frisbee Forever 2 is a nice mashup of Frisbee quidditch and mini-golf. Your objective is to flick your Frisbee to collect stars as you guide your Frisbee through hoops or tunnels or other obstacles along the way. You can choose to play Frisbee Forever 2 for iPhone and iPad by either pressing on the edges of the screen or by … Read More

Nihilumbra Review – Art Project meets iOS Game

Nihilumbra Review

Nihilumbra for iPhone and iPad is a strangely brilliant game. The unique gameplay environment provides a lengthy play. The extemely artistic backgrounds and creative world are met with a somewhat depressing prose. The game is sure to intrigue gamers who enjoy being immersed in the environment of the game. The game has a dark tone to it that permeates its … Read More

KooFish:Break’em Out Review – Can’t get enough of Angry Birds? Try this.

KooFish App Store

KooFish: Break’em Out for iPhone and iPad is a slingshot puzzle game like Angry Birds. Using the wildly successful platform that Angry Birds made famous, KooFish takes to the water in this slingshot puzzle extravaganza. The puzzles are elaborate and there are a lot of them. KooFish is a very simple game unless you are one of the few people … Read More

Emergency Review – Time Management Game for Catastrophic Events

Emergency for ipad

I’ve played my fair share of time management games in my gaming years but I can’t remember one that was based on controlling the emergency services during critical situations, unless you count the alien attack in Sim City! This is what you get to do in Emergency, the 13 situations that you have to manage range from train and plane crashes, … Read More

Amazing Alex Review – Rovio Keeps the Winning Formula with Amazing Alex

Amazing Alex

When your catalog consists of some of the biggest, most popular and dominating titles in mobile gaming you could be forgiven for resting on your laurels and continue to milk that money cow. That’s not the case for Rovio Entertainment Ltd., the makers of the Angry Birds series who have released Amazing Alex for iPhone and iPad into the App … Read More

OS X Mountain Lion Release Date July 25th?

OS X Mountain Lion

OS X Mountain Lion was announced at Apple’s annual WWDC conference in June. The company also mentioned during the conference that the final release would be made available in July and would sell exclusively via the Mac App Store for $19.99 USD. According to report from 9to5Mac, the release date for OS X Mountain Lion could be July 25th, as … Read More

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Admits Removing EPEAT Certification “was a mistake”

Apple EPEAT

Earlier this month, Apple Inc. (AAPL) withdrew its products from being certified by the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT), which certifies over 95% of electronics in the U.S by a requirement by the government. AAPL’s 39 products under EPEAT’s were pulled without question, however, the company has now taken steps to address the media and the public on the parameters … Read More

Shipment Time for Retina MacBook Pro Improves to 2-3 Weeks

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Last month, Apple Inc. (AAPL) introduced a new line of MacBook Pro at WWDC called the Retina MacBook Pro, introducing a slimmer design, paired with the company’s popular Retina Display. Since the unveiling and first day of sales, estimated shipment times remained frozen around 3-4 weeks, a hefty waiting period for an AAPL product. Typically, Apple products in high pent … Read More

Apple Adds New ‘Food & Drink’ Category on App Store

foodanddrink

Earlier this month, MacStories reported that Apple was setting up to add a new ‘Food & Drink’ app category to the App Store. The site mentioned that existing iOS developers were alerted by Apple that such as category was going to be added. According to Apple, the new category will include “apps that help users cook and bake, mix drinks, … Read More