It's been discovered by CDFXapps.com that the new iTunes with iCloud, at least in the beta version, lets users re-download apps that have been removed from the iTunes App Store. Apple has made it clear during their WWDC 2011 keynote that the new iCloud enabled App Store will let users re-download apps, but is it an oversight that previously purchased apps that have been removed or banned are also still available?
This isn't a limited edition review, instead this is a review of a limited edition app - interesting, yes? Actually what they're saying is that the app will be $9.99 for the first 10,000 units. What that generally means, when you're purchasing artwork anyways, is that the rest will be MORE expensive. Could it be that this app will tear through 10,000 downloads then demand more money because it's doing so well? Have a look at our miniature review below.
If a developer wants to sell a game on the Amazon Appstore they have some pretty tough decision to make. The Amazon Appstore has a good reach with consumers even if it just launched this year. The problem is that according to the IGDA, a game industry body, Amazon can change how they pay the developer for their game without getting the developers permission.
I said this morning that Apple had filed a suit against Amazon for using the Appstore as the name for its new Android software store. Despite that pending litigation, Amazon is moving forward like nothing has happened. AllThingsD reports that today is the big day for the Appstore at Amazon.
The iPad shaped the consumer tablet market. Now, just as Android 3.0 Honeycomb slates are rising to the challenge, the iPad 2 is here to move Apple's game on even further. Squeezing a faster processor, boosted graphics and twin cameras into a 33-percent thinner design, yet keeping the same 10hr battery and - perhaps most importantly - the same price, the iPad 2 promises to refine what rivals were still struggling to beat. Is the Apple iPad 2 the best tablet today? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.
If you've been enjoying some good books on your iPhone or iPad then most likely you've been using Apple's free ebook reader, the iBooks app. The app received an update today to version 1.2.1 with much improved performance and stability.
Google just announced today that their Google Translate service is now available as an iPhone app. This should be welcome news for those often lost in translation and find that the old Google Translate web browser app a nuisance to navigate to. This newly released iPhone app version should make your language adventures go more smoothly with a whole slew of neat features.
Throw political correctness out the window—or in this case, over the side of the truck—with the new “Smuggle Truck: Operation Immigration” game developed by Boston based Owlchemy Labs. The aim of the game is to smuggle as many illegal immigrants across what looks to be the US-Mexican border. As the truck drives over rough terrain including cliffs, mountains, and even dead animals, the immigrants start falling off the truck bed.