This week, AppAdvice told readers exclusively about iTunes Replay and its new magazine. Meanwhile, Skype for iPad finally arrived in some of the news making headlines in the week that was.
AppAdvice announced exclusively that Apple will soon launch its own streaming service named iTunes Replay.
At the beginning of the week, Apple launched its iCloud Web interface for developers (which can be accessed at http://icloud.com). Now, the company has launched its new, iCloud-powered Find My iPhone and Find My Mac services, which can also be accessed by developers from iCloud’s Web interface.
Apple has finally unveiled its iCloud pricing structure for those customers that wish to purchase additional storage beyond the 5 GB each user receives free of charge. With this in mind, we thought it was important to compare these prices with those of similar products already on the market. To do so, we’ve compared iCloud prices with those of Dropbox, Amazon’s Cloud Drive and the Google Music Beta service.
It looks increasingly likely Apple will soon offer a cheaper iPhone that does require a contract. Good or bad, this could change the industry.
It’s almost time to say goodbye to your iPhone 4. As such, you should know that your handset is still worth a lot of money on the secondary market.
How much? Find out here.
Many iPhone owners are willing to give up exercise, caffeine, and yes, even sex to keep their beloved handset, according to a new survey.
By all appearances, Nicholas Allegra is your typical 19-year old; a little disheveled and unsure about his future. Online, however, Allegra is arguably Apple’s biggest headache, according to Forbes.
How many times have you started watching a new television program and then suddenly, the network cancels it? Now a new iPhone/iPod touch app tells you the likelihood that your favorite series is cancelled or renewed.
The folks behind the popular Cosmopolitan magazine for women have just released a men’s magazine exclusively for iPad. In doing so, CFG: Cosmo For Guys attempts to answer one of life’s most difficult (and yes, sexist) questions: What Do Women Want?
Available using both Wi-Fi and 3G, Skype for iPad makes video and voice calling easier than ever on Apple’s tablet device. Best of all, the app (like the service itself) allows you to talk to users on Android and Windows devices as well.
AppAdvice will soon launch its own e-magazine to reside in the new Newsstand app. Plans of the weekly magazine were announced late last week.
Rdio became the first of the big three streaming music services in the U.S. to offer an iPad app. The Rdio app is now universal and works on the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad.
Time Inc. announced on Wednesday that all of its 21 magazines would be coming to the iPad before the end of the year. Titles, which include Entertainment Weekly, InStyle, and Coastal Living, will also be available on Android, the HP TouchPad, and Barnes & Noble Nook.
Current events junkies now have a new place to call home. AOL announced a new app called Editions.