The form fit rear shell of the Shellster is impact resistant for complete protection of your iPhone and quickly slides in and out of the holster for instant phone access. The holster is lined with a soft fabric for a scratch free device and the 180 degree swiveling belt blip doubles as an adjustable clip stand, perfect for displaying or media viewing.
The latest title from King, the folks behind the smash-hit Candy Crush Saga, is now available to download for iPhone and iPad. Papa Pear Saga is another unbelievably colorful, and likely addictive puzzle game:
Bluetooth headphones aren't for everyone. There are some of us out there – myself included – that prefer the reliability and quality that comes from using a cable. That goes for broadband too – Ethernet is generally better than WiFi. But that doesn't mean there isn't a decent selection of good quality Bluetooth headphones out there, like these buds we've picked up from Motorola.
Simply known as "Buds," what we've got is a neckband ensemble with a pair of micro-adjustable earbuds at the end. But are they any good?
First there was Kickstarter. Then Best Buy. Now Amazon. If you're interested in a Pebble smartwatch, and all the newly enabled iOS 7 goodness that now comes with it, now you can order it from one of the biggest online retailers on the planet.
One of the bright (northern) lights of Kickstarter for me recently was True Patriot, a Canadian comic book spearheaded by J. Torres. I saw it. I backed it. He shipped it. I got it. And I enjoyed the heck out of it. It worked out well for all involved, in fact, and so much so that Volume 2 is now on the way. You can back it a little and get a PDF copy perfect for reading on your iPad, or you can back it a lot and get a real-world book (you can even back it all the way and get original art). This, to me, is Kickstarter done right. It supports the arts, enables projects that would otherwise be improbable or impossible, and it nets me more great stuff. Win/win. I loved Volume 1, I'm in on Volume to, so check out True Patriot on Kickstarter now, and if you like it, back it.
I couldn't think of a better time of year to do a contest about food than the week of Thanksgiving, if you celebrate it that is. If you don't, well you have to eat anyways! If there are two things that flood photo sharing services more than anything, it's selfies and food. This week, we're going to focus on the latter. It couldn't get any easier than this, show us what you're eating for Thanksgiving, or for any other special occasion this week. Whoever makes us hungry the fastest, wins!
The contest begins today and ends Tuesday, December 3rd at 10 p.m. Eastern time.
Now that iOS 7 has been around for a while and folks have had a chance to go all in with it, the moonlight phase with some of what it brought might be over. Sure, there's plenty to love in iOS 7 and we've looked at all of that extensively but what about some of the not so great stuff it brought?
When upgrading to a new OS there is always 'good' stuff to be had but some folks don't adapt to change all that well and often times, that leads to some frustrations with things that are new. A nice thread popped up in the iMore Forums recently that asks the simple question - What don't you like about iOS 7? - a lot of the answers are really interesting to read through.
Whether you're heading out on Black Friday to brave the crowd in order to conquer massive deals or you plan on shopping from the comfort of your own home on Cyber Monday, being prepared is key to crossing items quickly off your shopping list. You're competing against millions of other frenzied shoppers for deals that only come around once a year. Luckily the App Store is chock full of iPhone apps that can help you find amazing deals. So if you're already over the turkey and stuffing, put your shopping pants on and follow along for a list of my favorite iPhone apps to get you through Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year!
Steam is getting in the sale spirit with its own deals week that has just kicked off and will run through December 3. There will be different games on sale each day, and already today we've got 75% off Left 4 Dead 2 and The Walking Dead for Mac.
For those that use Safari for iPhone and iPad frequently, you may find yourself in situations where you have lots of open tabs. Like dozens of them. While you can always close individual Safari tabs in iOS 7 by swiping them to the side, there's a much, much faster way to get rid of all of them. In seconds. Here's how: