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4 years ago

Book Palette for Mac offers 10 beautiful templates for iBooks Author

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Book Palette for Mac offers 10 beautiful templates for iBooks Author

iBooks Author has but a limited selection of templates, so Jumsoft has released Book Palette, a Mac App that offers 10 additional stylish and modern templates for your with the promise to bring more. Although these templates are ready to use and don't need to be changed, the ability to customize them to your liking is possible so that you can tweak them to fit your desired style.

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4 years ago

Apple passes LG, now third largest mobile phone maker in the world

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Apple passes LG, now third largest mobile phone maker in the world

IDC has released numbers showing that Apple has surpassed LG to become the third largest mobile phone maker in the world with an 8.7 percent market share.

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4 years ago

Is AT&T tightening the screws on unlimited iPhone users with new, overly aggressive data throttling?

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Is AT&T tightening the screws on unlimited iPhone users with new, overly aggressive data throttling?

Is 2GB really all it takes now to be considered a "top 5" iPhone data user by AT&T and have your data throttled down?

AT&T now seems to be throttling iPhone users on grandfathered, unlimited data plans when they hit a paltry 2GB of data usage. We all know AT&T has been threatening to throttle iPhone users on unlimited data plans for quite some time now. AT&T announced data throttling last August and started implementing it last October. Since then we've heard from some of our readers that they were getting throttled down to 2G EDGE speeds. And it seems to be getting even more egregious.

As a rational person -- and long time customer -- I had a hard time believing it. I've been using anywhere from 4 to 8 gigabytes a month since October and never received any warning from AT&T. In fact, I told everyone in our AT&T forums that I had not yet received the infamous text message from AT&T, accusing me of being a "top 5%" data users.

Until yesterday.

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4 years ago

Hands on with Cyclemeter for iPhone

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Hands on with Cyclemeter for iPhone

Cyclemeter, Runmeter, and Walkmeter are a collection of apps that use the iPhone GPS to track your activity while simultaneously providing you with feedback and motivation to go farther.

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4 years ago

Avid Studio for iPad delivers some real competition to Apple's iMovie

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Avid Studio for iPad delivers some real competition to Apple's iMovie

Apple’s iPad version of iMovie has some real competition today with the launch of video editing app Avid Studio. Avid Studio is a new app that lets you edit video, audio and photographs right on your iPad.

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4 years ago

Sony’s disjointed approach had four separate teams working on an iPad competitor

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Sony’s disjointed approach had four separate teams working on an iPad competitor

According to a rather interesting report by the Wall Street Journal, Sony’s approach to developing a product to challenge the iPad was a rather disjointed affair. The report states that Sony had four different teams working on four different projects.

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4 years ago

Create a massive home for hundreds of pets in Dream PetHouse by Zynga

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Create a massive home for hundreds of pets in Dream PetHouse by Zynga

Zynga has released their newest iPhone and iPad game for animal lovers called Dream PetHouse. In this game, you are in charge of raising hundreds of adorable pets in a huge treehouse and making them has happy as can be.

As with all Zynga games, there is a social aspect to Dream PetHouse where you use Facebook Connect to visit your friends' trees and help each other with various tasks.

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4 years ago

The Lotto Machine brings physics fun to randomly generating numbers

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The Lotto Machine brings physics fun to randomly generating numbers

The Lotto Machine is not your average random number generator. This one has a beautiful UI and is equipped with a physics engine giving you the perception of having some control over the outcome. The Lotto Machine uses the iPhone accelerometer so that as you tilt your iPhone, the balls roll around in the spinning drum.

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4 years ago

Griffin Crayola Trace & Draw for iPad 2 review [Giveaway]

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Griffin Crayola Trace & Draw for iPad 2 review [Giveaway]

"As a case and app combo Griffin Crayola Trace & Draw for iPad 2 is great for letting kids learn art and have fun on the iPad, though it's not something parents to just leave on a family device."

The Griffin Crayola Trace & Draw for iPad 2 review brings together the classic crayon and marker maker with one of the biggest names in iPad accessories for a double-threat case and app combo that's sure to delight kids of all ages. It required a screen protector, comes with a large enclosure and a marker, but put it all together and you get the best of old world art thanks to the latest in Apple tech!

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4 years ago

Pad & Quill brings stylish notes to your iPhone and iPad

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Pad & Quill brings stylish notes to your iPhone and iPad

Pad & Quill, the makers of The Little Black Book have an iPhone and iPad notes app whose design was inspired by their cases. Your notes will be neatly organized in classic notebooks and stored on a wooden shelf with stylish papers, fonts, and colors waiting to be read.

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4 years ago

iPhone & iPad Live, special edition ZEN and TECH tonight!

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iPhone & iPad Live, special edition ZEN and TECH tonight!

iPhone & iPad Live are back and raring to go tonight, with a recap of all the action from Macworld 2012 and analyze of all the latest iPad 3 and iPhone 5 rumors.

And we're following up with a very special edition of ZEN and TECH, kicking off Mobile Nations Fitness Month with none other than CrackBerry Kevin Michaluk himself!

iPhone & iPhone Live - 6pm ET/9pm PT

ZEN and TECH - 7pm ET/10pm PT

http://www.imore.com/live/

Come chat!

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4 years ago

Forums: Launch Center, Location based reminders, Pages and Keynote

Forums: Launch Center, Location based reminders, Pages and Keynote

With plenty of news happening already this week, we're rolling through content here at iMore. If you happened to miss out on anything, make sure you jump a page or two back and get yourself caught up. Looking for more fun? Need some help? Then the iMore forums is where you want to be. You can register now to get started today and while you're at it, check out some of the threads below:

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4 years ago

App Giveaway: Paper Monsters for iPhone and iPad

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App Giveaway: Paper Monsters for iPhone and iPad

Paper Monsters is a new platformer game for iPhone and iPad. In the game's world, everything is made out of paper and cardboard, including your character. It's a classic 2d side-scrolling platformer placed in a 3d environment.

I am loving this game! Paper Monsters has great graphics that are also very fun. My favorite little feature of the graphics is that sometimes things like trees and bushes pop up in front of or behind you in the 3d atmosphere.

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4 years ago

Facebook files for IPO, $1 billion in profit from $3.7 billion revenue, 845 million active users

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Facebook files for IPO, $1 billion in profit from $3.7 billion revenue, 845 million active users

Facebook has filed their IPO (initial public offering) registration and, in the process, revealed some rather astounding numbers related to users, revenues, and profit margins. Since Facebook is one of the most popular apps on iPhone and iPad, and a lot of those users are also iOS users, needless to say, they caught our attention.

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4 years ago

Greenpois0n Absinthe updated, offers bug fixes and Leopard compatibility

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Greenpois0n Absinthe updated, offers bug fixes and Leopard compatibility

Absinthe, the untethered jailbreak utility for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S has been updated to version 0.4 bringing compatibility with Leopard as well as a few other bug fixes.

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