Apple Updates Pages, Numbers and Keynote for Both Mac and iOS

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Apple recently released updates for its suite of iWork applications, for both Mac and iOS. The company updated iWork to version 9.3 for compatibility with the iOS 1.7 updates. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote which were updated to version 1.7 added new features such as adding reflections to shapes and the ability to lock and unlock objects. Other features of Pages … Read More

Kaled AliApple Updates Pages, Numbers and Keynote for Both Mac and iOS

Apple Updates iMovie, GarageBand, and iPhoto for iPhone 5

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Following the public release of iOS 6 on Wednesday, Apple also updated its suite of iOS iLife applications, including iMovie, GarageBand and iPhoto for iPhone 5. iPhoto version 1.1 is the biggest of all of the updates, and has been updated to support the new fourth generation iPod touch as well as the new iPhone 5. These apps have been … Read More

Kaled AliApple Updates iMovie, GarageBand, and iPhoto for iPhone 5

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

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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

Kaled AliApple Adds New ‘Food & Drink’ Category on App Store

Apple’s App Store Arrives in 32 New Countries

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During Apple’s annual WWDC conference, the company’s CEO Tim Cook promised that they would bring the App Store to a long list of countries and as promised, 32 countries received the online store this past week. The App Store is now available in 155 countries and is reported to gain over 400 million active accounts connected with credit cards. This … Read More

Kaled AliApple’s App Store Arrives in 32 New Countries

Apple pulls Support for Android in Chomp App Discovery Service

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Apple purchased San-Francisco start-up, Chomp, in February in order to utilize its App Search service for their own App Store. However, Chomp retained its app search service for Android users, until late last week. Apple likely decided to pull support for Android in order to minimize the usage of the website and focus it on iOS applications. Chomp also has … Read More

Kaled AliApple pulls Support for Android in Chomp App Discovery Service

App Store Hits 25 Billion iPhone / iPad App Downloads

App Store 25 Billion

Apple’s App Store was released to the public in 2008, and started off with only a handful of apps. The App Store has since grown to become one of the largest online services in the world, suppling millions of iOS users with fun and intuitive applications. On Friday, Apple’s App Store finally hit the 25 billion downloads mark, making it … Read More

Kaled AliApp Store Hits 25 Billion iPhone / iPad App Downloads

App Store Nears 250,000 Apps. Facebook Hits 100 Million

Facebook, which some would claim is probably the most used service on iPhone (via the Facebook app particularly), has passed 100 Million active users this weekend. Coincidentally that is close to the total number of iOS Devices that Apple has sold. Meanwhile Apple’s own iTunes App Store now boasts close to 250,000 Apps currently in its storefront, and has had … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApp Store Nears 250,000 Apps. Facebook Hits 100 Million

Vote for the best twitter app for iPhone/iPod touch

With more than 5 twitter apps in the Top 25 Paid Apps in Social Networking category, it is clear that users love to try out new twitter apps on their iPhone/iPod touch. Is it because the perfect twitter app does not exist or you just love to try out new twitter apps? Vote for the best twitter app and leave … Read More

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