Apps

Apple addresses corrupt App Store binary bug

Apple has issued a statement concerning new App Store app installs and updates that were crashing on load for users over the last 48 hours. You can read the full text over on The Loop, but here's how Apple explained it:

We had a temporary issue that began yesterday with a server that generated DRM code for some apps being downloaded

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Apple pulls malicious App Store app that took contacts, sent spam

Apple has removed a malicious app from the App Store that took the user's contacts and used them to send spam. Kaspersky Lab Expert Denis originally reported on the app, Find and Call, for Securelist, based on information from Russian carrier MegaFon.

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Google Drive vs. Dropbox vs. SkyDrive redux

Now that Google has released Google Drive for iOS we figured it was a good idea to update our cloud storage head to head and see how it stacks up against both Dropbox and SkyDrive.

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Octopus Keyboard brings BlackBerry 10's predictive keyboard to iPhone [jailbreak]

A new jailbreak tweak called Octopus Keyboard can bring BlackBerry 10's new predictive keyboard to your iPhone right now. Once installed your keyboard will present you with frequently used words based on what you're currently typing.

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Newly installed and updated apps reportedly crashing on launch due to corrupt App Store binary bug

If you've downloaded or updated an app from the iPhone or iPad App Store in the last day or so, and it's crashing every time you launch it, you might have gotten a bad binary from Apple. At least that's what Instapaper developer Marco Arment began trouble-shooting last night on Twitter, and has now posted in detail about on Marco.org.

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Best apps to celebrate the Fourth of July

It's the Fourth of July which means it's time to roll out the grill, crack open the keg, hang up your American Flag, mix up some star-spangled cocktails, and watch a good fireworks show. Not to mention, we should also spend a moment or two recognizing what this holiday is all about and reflect on this important part of American history. To help celebrate this Independence Day, we have rounded up some of the best apps to help you reflect on the day, plan your party, and even put on your own little fireworks show.

Happy 4th of July!

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iCloud beta for developers back online, includes Notes and Reminders

A developer preview of iCloud, including the new Calendar, Notes, Reminders web apps, and Find my iPhone are once again online. They popped up briefly a while ago, only to quickly disappear, but this time they seem to be stable and in working order.

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Better visualize your driving directions with Google Street View and Cockpit-mode in NAVIGON 2.1

NAVIGON, the popular turn-by-turn navigation app for iPhone, has been updated to version 2.1 and now includes Google Street View, manual route blocking, and an optional NAVIGON Cockpit in-app purchase.

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Bento 4 for iPad review

Bento for iPad by FileMaker is a personal database app that allows you to manage all your data in one easy to use app to stay productive and stay organized. Bento 4 brings new features and improvements over the last version of Bento to make an already great database app even better.

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How to use iPhoto to polish and perfect your iPhone portraits

Portraits are one of the most popular genres of photography and likely to be one of the most common types of iPhoneography you'll want to share from Camera Roll. Of course, whether its family or friends, or even your own self-portrait destined for your social profile, everyone always wants to look as good as possible -- better than reality even. Cousin Judy may untag herself if she sees even one unsightly blemish on her skin. Tim from across the street may complain endlessly if he thinks he looks too pale. And if there's so much as a wrinkle around your own eyes...

The good news is that in just a matter of minutes, you can turn those not-so-hot photos into portraits you can't wait to show off!

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