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New aaSiege Is First Alphabetically, If Nothing Else
Ports of classic games to iOS have reinvigorated interest in many older platforms. Click through to see if aaSiege invigorates anything.
Samuel L. Lytle
| June 18
New AppList: App Store Classics
The App Store launched in 2008 with a collection of around 500 apps. At the time about 1/4 of all the apps were freebies. We have seen thousands of apps released since then. In this AppList we take a look at the App Store classics: which apps came out on launch day and continue to be great additions to any iPhone.
| May 16
New AppGuide: App Store Gaming Classics
When the App Store launched back in 2008 there were only 500 apps available. Gaming already had a huge foot in the door on iOS with 1/3 of those launch apps being games. What were the best games available at launch? What apps have been improved since day one? We bring you back to July 10th, 2008 and the launch of the App Store with this AppGuide.
| March 31
QuickAdvice: Have an Entire Collection of Classic Movies At Your Fingertips with Movie Vault
Do you like having instant access to over a thousand classic movies? Do you have an iPad? There's an app for that.
| August 18
Co-Creator Of Classics Releases Digital Ruler App For iPhone And iPad
The co-creator of Classics, Andrew Kaz, has released a ruler app that's universally compatible with all iDevices.
| June 4