‘Heights’ for iPhone. New Doodle Jump Like Game with Laid Back Attitude

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Heights Rating: Doodle Jump has been one of the major hits of the App Store and there have been many similar games that have attempted to follow in it’s footsteps. Heights for iPhone is another such title although it seems to be more like Doodle Jump of Prozac with it’s laid … Read the Full Story →

New: Find My iPhone App From Apple

MobileMe, Apple’s paid online service for email, device synching, personal web pages and the like, has had a “Find My iPhone” service for a while now. If you misplaced your iPhone then you could potentially find it via this service, using cell tower and WiFi triangulation, as well as via … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s Stunning App Store Hyperwall at WWDC 2010

In “Apple World” the equivalent of Christmas is WWDC. And in “Apple World” the equivalent of a Christmas Tree is an App Store Hyperwall! Currently on display at WWDC is a veritable Christmas Tree celebrating the eternal Christmas of Apple’s iTunes App Store. Apple’s Hyperwall, put simply, is 30 LED … Read the Full Story →

Google (GOOG) Mobile Search iPhone App Store Links Go Live

Google announced earlier this week that they would show iPhone App Store links at the top of their mobile search results. Clicking on one of those search results takes you directly to Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) App Store. Once there users can view the application’s listing, creators name and user reviews. At … Read the Full Story →

Skype 2.0 for iPhone to allow free calls on 3G until 2011

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Skype 2.0 was a major update for the popular voip app for iPhone as it allowed users to make voice calls on 3G network however, skype-to-skype calls were supposed to be free only for a limited time (August 2010). Today TUAW reported that 3G skype-to-skype calls will now be free … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iPad App Store Now Live Internationally

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The strong demand in US for Apple’s iPad might have delayed its launch internationally but that sure didn’t keep hardcore Apple fans from buying one of the hottest selling devices. A recent report published on MacRumors quoted results reported by Yahoo! which highlighted some interesting information about iPad users. During the measurement period, the iPad … Read the Full Story →

Tunes Attack iPhone Game Review

Tunes Attack ! Rating: Great Idea Poorly Implemented. There are many rhythm games in the App Store already, however it’s always nice to see a new version of the genre that is looking the push the boundaries and offer the player something new. And that’s exactly what Nemoid Studio’s are … Read the Full Story →

Apple hires App Store Game Editorial Chief

Apple has shown that it is taking games more and more seriously over the last few months. This is another move in that direction. Matt Casamassina, previously the ‘editor-at-large’ over at IGN has been hired by Apple as their App Store Game Editor in Chief. Matt explains what this means on … Read the Full Story →

Surviving in the iPhone Wild Wild West: Bogus Marketing Schemes

Surviving in the iPhone Wild Wild West. Marketing Part 01 : The bogus App Review site. In a short series of three articles I am attempting to expose some of the more seedier practices which are going on to promote apps in the sub-culture which surrounds the App Store marketplace … Read the Full Story →

Mobile Operators Announce App Store To Compete With Apple

A consortium of mobile operators, including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, NTT DoCoMo, Deutsche Telekom, China Mobile and Vodafone, have announced an agreement to create a unified mobile application store. This is of course a direct attempt by the providers to muscle away some of the power Apple now exerts on the … Read the Full Story →

Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Coming To The iPhone/iPad?

Mainstream Gaming Coming To iPad? Sega recently revealed a new cross-platform Sonic the Hedgehog coming to all of the major platforms this summer. It will be an episodic download that returns us to all of the Sonic fun and mayhem we remember from the early 90′s. What piqued TUAW’s interest … Read the Full Story →

iPad Gaming, What Does the Future Hold?

One of the first things things that was shown off during the razzle and dazzle of the Apple iPad launch (all you need to know) were the games. Many of the successful developers of the the App Store were there showing off how their games looked and played on the … Read the Full Story →

Apocalyptos for iPhone is a Guilty Pleasure!

Apocalyptos Rating: There are some games you’re proud to play and some that are guilty pleasures; like a secret chocolate bar when you’re on a diet. In some ways, Apocalyptos from I-play is just such a guilty pleasure. The theme and elements of the game may initially put you off or … Read the Full Story →

Promo Codes: iFlush – Public Utility

Description For fast relief, use iFlush! Flush away the things you love to hate, and feel better instantly. Quickly select a built-in image or a photo from your library. Then drop it into a realistic toilet of your choice. iFlush comes with a standard toilet, a high-performance toilet, and an … Read the Full Story →

Contest: Win WordsWorth Promo Codes

Win WordsWorth Promo Codes! With such an overwhelming response to WordsWorth Review on our Blog, we are happy to announce our first Contest in collaboration with 99Games (App Store Link!) the proud developer of WordsWorth and other popular game titles in the App Store. We are giving our readers another … Read the Full Story →