6 min ago
New, updated, and discounted apps: Asphalt 8, The Walking Dead Pinball, and more!
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got Google's newest app — a replacement for PowerPoint and Keynote, some cheap games, and a new password utility for the Mac!
21 min ago
The best Mac repair tools
You have a Mac, or maybe you're responsible for taking care of them at your business. You need an toolkit of apps that help you get out of trouble when your Mac's not working right. This is my pick for the most indispensable Mac apps you can have.
29 min ago
TextExpander is the latest custom keyboard announced for iOS 8 launch
TextExpander has announced that its custom keyboard will be coming when iOS 8 gets publicly released. Tapping into Apple's new extensions, TextExpander allows you to quickly type information by entering shortcuts; essentially it's typing by shorthand.
1 hour ago
Endomondo Life app offers all-day fitness tracking
Endomondo, which has long been doing fitness tracking through GPS and accelerometer readings, has released a new app exclusively for the iPhone 5s which aims to emulate a lot of what wearable fitness trackers do. The iPhone 5s has an M7 coprocessor which can quietly hum along all day with minimal battery impact while it's tracking movement, Endomondo life uses that in order to estimate how many calories are burned throughout the day.
1 hour ago
TwistedRun takes your fingers on a marathon
Though you may not be able to run as fast as Bruce Jenner in his glory days, TwistedRun hopes to transform your fingers so you can take on the race tracks with agility in this new virtual running game. The game is like an obstacle course where your fingers guide and control the runner through different tests and hurdles.
2 hours ago
Apple Online Store shoppers can now get an iPhone 5s for $0 down through AT&T Next
AT&T's Next payment plans are now an option for iPhone buyers using the Apple Online Store. The plans, which allow shoppers to pay for their phone over an installment plan over several months instead of paying part upfront and having the rest subsidized into their monthly payments, were previously not available through the online Apple storefront. With Next now an option, shoppers can pay $200 at purchase for a 16GB iPhone 5s, or nothing at all.
3 hours ago
iWatch: Five problems I'd like to have solved by an Apple wearable
If the iPhone and iPad have taught us anything it's that no one can predict what an Apple product will be like no matter how obvious it later seems in hindsight. Such will almost certainly be the case with the iWatch, or iBand, or whatever Apple ultimately calls their wearable, if/when they decide to ship it. But I do think there are real problems a wearable device can solve, and problems an Apple wearable is perhaps best positioned to solve.
3 hours ago
iWatch reported to see September 9 reveal alongside iPhone 6
Apple's long-rumored wearable — the iWatch — has been pegged for a September 9 launch alongside the long-rumored iPhone 6. The device is expected to be more than just a "smartwatch", however, with significant health and fitness integration with HealthKit.
4 hours ago
Asphalt 8 adds Dubai courses and new cars
Asphalt 8's latest update hit the App Store today, packing new courses set in Dubai, five new cars, and a whole new season with 74 events. Twitch integration has also burrowed a bit deeper with iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, and iPad (4th generation) support. Other updates since launch have added courses in China, added new multiplayer events, and tons of new cars. If you haven't given Asphalt 8 a shot since it came out, it's worth giving another go.
4 hours ago
How to invert screen colors for visual accessibility on iPhone and iPad
For certain individuals that are visually impaired, inverting the colors of the iPhone and iPad screen may make text easier to read, particularly for users who are colorblind, or partially colorblind. The ability to invert screen colors is a built-in accessibility option that comes with all iPhones and iPads. So whether you yourself are visually impaired or you know someone who is, inverting screen colors may enhance your experience while using iOS.
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