Even though it's now three years old, if you're looking for a great game to play on your iPhone or iPad then the original Infinity Blade title is still well worth a look. Better still, the game is now free to download for a limited time in honor of Black Friday week.
Procreate by Savage Interactive is the best power-drawing and painting tool I've used on the iPad and it's just hit version 2. Included in the update is 64-bit support for iPhone 5s, iPad Air, and Retina iPad mini, as well as an all new, all iOS 7 icon and design. There's also an improved gallery, and even better - new GPU-acclerated filters like Gaussian Blur, Sharpen, Noise, Hue, saturation & brightness, Color Balance (Highlights, Midtones, Shadows), and Curves (Gamma, Red, Green, Blue).
The minute Apple launches one hotly rumored device, be it the iPad Air or Retina iPad mini, a new rumored device races up to take its place in the mill. Enter a 13-inch "iPad Pro" - a concept that leapt to every geek's mind the moment they heard Apple adopt that other MacBook brand. And since Apple's already gone down in size, where's left to go but up? Now I'm not so much interested in the rumor - there will always be rumors - but in how Apple could realize such an object. In how iOS could be scaled to that screen size, and what it would provide beyond the existing, 9.7-inch iPad, or the 11-inch or 13-inch MacBook Air. Previously I imagined a 4-inch iPhone, which became the iPhone 5, and a 7-inch iPad, which we later saw as the mini. Earlier this year I tried imagining a 5-inch iPhone, and... we'll see what happens with the iPhone 6. This time let's imagine a 13-inch iPad Pro...
With the release of the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and finally, the iPhone 5c there's always that 'I must upgrade to the latest' feeling out there but there's still plenty of folks wondering if the iPhone 4S is still a good device to purchase, given that carriers that still offer them are giving them away and resale sites like Craigslist, Kijiji and others have plenty of them for sale.
Apple has acquired PrimeSense, a leading developer of 3D sensors that's best known for their role for creating the technology that powers the Kinect interface for Microsoft's Xbox 360 video game console. Does this mean that Macs or iPhones will be getting their own Kinects? Unlikely. But PrimeSense's acquisition may give us some insight to the future of gestures on the Mac and iOS platforms.
FlightTrack 5 for iPhone is a completely redesigned version of the old FlightTrack. The app has been rewritten completely from the ground up with iOS 7 in mind. The result is a gorgeous interface and an intuitive experience that makes checking flight statuses not only painless, but enjoyable.
As the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary celebrations continue, BBC Worldwide, Tiny Rebel Games and Seed Studio have now announced a new, free mobile game called Doctor Who: legacy is all set to be released on Wednesday, November 27th.
MyPermissions for iPhone is a security app thats sole purpose it to scan and make you aware of what apps and sources have access to your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Dropbox, and other service and account types. If you haven't checked your app permissions lately, MyPermissions is a super easy way to find out and clean up who has access to your stuff.
Popular trivia game QuizUp appears to have numerous security and privacy issues. The app seems to be sending your information to the devices of other users, including your name, email address, and Facebook ID.