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How Apple Watch apps are being written before the smartwatch is released
If you've ever wondered how developers can write apps for devices that nobody has yet, we've got an answer.
| March 6
Become A Retail Ninja With These Awesome Shopping Apps
Using your iPhone and iPad you'll become a shopping pro.
| November 20
Recall for iPhone Remembers Pop Culture Recommendations So You Don’t Have To
Do you have a difficult time recalling recommendations for books, apps, movies, and the like? Recall for iPhone will soon come to the rescue.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| October 8
This New Study Claims iOS Applications Crash More Often Than Android Applications
In a new study conducted by the mobile application monitoring company Crittercism, it is noted that iOS application crash more often than their Android counterparts. The results, as you can see in the above and below images, speak for themselves: most applications crash under iOS 5.0.1, while Android apps appear to be rather more stable.
| February 4
CES 2012: TomTom Adds Social Networking To Navigation System
Today, TomTom previewed the upcoming version (1.10) of their navigation app for iPhone and iPad at CES. The new release will feature social network navigation for Twitter and Facebook allowing users to find and travel to their friends much more easily than ever before.
| January 10
Updated: Essential Apps For The Blind And Visually Impaired.
We prove once again that Steve Jobs created his iDevices for everyone with an updated AppList for the Visually Disabled and blind.
| December 5
Turntable.fm Is About To Rock Your iPhone With An Upcoming App
The popular music service, Turntable.fm, is set to release an iPhone app that will rock your face off.
| September 8
Automatically Sync Your (New) Music, Apps, And iBooks Across Your iDevices With iCloud
Syncing your apps, music and iBooks on all your iDevices is a welcome feature that was announced at WWDC on Monday. For this article, I used iOS 5, but all of the steps below will work on iOS 4.x too.
| June 8
Google Mobile Gets An App Store Search Feature - Not?
Finding a specific app on the iOS App Store is a drag. Between launching the App Store, jumping into search, typing your query, waiting for results, looking through them and selecting the right one, it takes way too much time. We've seen Google attempt to make a faster iOS App Store search of their own in the past; using their powerful algorithms and integrating them right into Google itself. Some clues appeared in their app earlier this year. Now, they are bringing this to their web mobile search as well.
| October 27
Love Them Or Not, In-App Purchases Are Larger Than Mobile Advertising
Opinions about the the inclusion of in-app purchases fall into two categories: those that love them, and those that think it’s just another way for developers to make more money. Regardless of your personal take on them, in-app purchases are now the leading source of revenue for social networking and social gaming apps. Read more...
Bryan M. Wolfe
| October 16
Report: App Usage Becoming More Popular Than Television Viewing
If you're using iPhone/iPod touch or iPad apps more often than watching television shows, you're not alone. According to a new report by Flurry, app usage is quickly becoming more popular than watching many of the most highly rated television shows. Read more...
Bryan M. Wolfe
| October 12
QuickAdvice: Create Real 3D Photos with 3D Camera
3D Camera is an app that does just one thing, and does it well: creates 3D photos. Love it or hate it, 3D is here to stay. I thought it was dead for a while, after the cheesy 3D films of my childhood, but Avatar brought it right back to the front and center of pop culture. Want to get in on the trend? Well, I don’t know how to make a 3D movie, but you can certainly create your very own authentic 3D (and mock 3D) photos.
| September 6
QuickAdvice: ProCamera - Take the Place of Your Native Camera? - Plus Win A Copy!
ProCamera is an all-around photography app that could actually take the place of your iPhone’s native camera. Take better pictures, and do some basic editing right inside the app. Utilize features already on your camera and a lot more. Plus learn how to win one of five copies.
| August 30