iBooks is a great way to download books and PDFs straight to your iPhone and iPad as well as manage them. If you frequently read or download titles that you don't plan on reading again, you can always delete them to remove some clutter from your virtual bookshelves.
This completely clear protector wraps around your iPhone 5 to shield against scratches while keeping its original form factor. It's made of an ultra-strong material and is extremely easy to install and remove.
Fitbit needs little introduction, and the latest in their line of wearable fitness devices, the Fitbit Flex, is now shipping for $99.95. First seen back at CES in January, the Flex has been a little while coming to market but now it's here.
Respawnables from Digital Legends by way of Zynga has received a pretty hefty update to version 1.5, that brings with it a bunch of new content including weapons from Men in Black and Ghostbusters. Through partnering with Sony Mobile and Sony Pictures, players can now get their hands on a Noisy Cricket or a Ghostbusters suit and Proton Gun to head on out and shoot things with.
If it passed you by, this past Saturday was Star Wars day -- May the 4th be with you. To celebrate, all Star Wars games published by Aspyr Media were slashed in price in the Mac App Store. This is a limited time offer, but those of you who didn't see this over the weekend still have a chance to grab them.
I did it, I escaped from New York! After spending three of the last four weeks at the temporary Mobile Nations HQ in NYC, trying my best to get all the #TM13 prep work done, as well as keeping up with the daily iMore grind of news, views, and podcasts, I'm home at last. Luckily, in addition to our already rock-solid (and rock-star!) cast, we had Peter Cohen join us full-time last week, and Richard Devine starts full-time this week. The timing couldn't be any better, because, frankly, it's going to be one hell of a summer.
Vine is the Harry Potter-esque short moving picture app for iPhone acquired and launched by Twitter. Kevin Michaluk is the founder of Blackberry-focused website CrackBerry, and the chief media officer of Mobile Nations. The universe seemed to have ordained that never the two should meet. But someone found Kevin's iPhone, charged it, installed Instagram, forced it into his BlackBerry Q10-cold, clawed hand, and somehow showed Kevin how to use it.
I'm back home and that means the iMore show is back to normal this week, although we have a helluva special guest lined up for you -- Christina Warren of Mashable! We'll be talking about pretty much everything that's awesome, so make sure you join us.