To celebrate the release of the iPhone 4, Gameloft has discounted some of their top notch games to only $0.99! It is only for a limited time so head to the App Store and save some money. Continue reading to see the selction of titles that are discounted…
Apple has released an update to iBooks for the iPad. It is now a universal app that supports the iPad, iPhone or iPod with iOS 4.0. Continue reading to see the changelog…
Apple Inc. has released Find My iPhone for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. This is a universal App that is optimized for all three iProducts. If you were to lose any of your iDevices, you can install this on another, log in to your MobileMe account and pinpoint the whereabouts of your lost treasure. Find my iPhone is free and available to download through iTunes.
Source: iTunes App Store
Gameloft has released their opening cinematic for Let’s Golf 2 for your viewing pleasure. It will be available for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Full resolution imagery and an iPad-specific look and feel.
Road layer added for iPad and iPhone 3Gs.
Google Earth is free and you can download it right from or iPad or by clicking the iTunes link below.
Source: iTunes App Store
iMovie will be available (and exclusively) for the iPhone 4′s release, but according to some sources within Apple, iMovie may be heading to the iPad around the time iOS 4 hits the tablet this fall. It seems like a natural progression considering the power of the iPad and its larger touch screen real estate. Now if only the iPad had a front and rear facing camera…
Apple has posted the video for their WWDC 2010 Keynote Address. You’ll see Steve Jobs talk about the iPad and show you features of iOS 4.0 as well as a little gadget known now as iPhone 4. July can’t come soon enough for this Canuck! You can watch the video by clicking the source below.
If you are the proud owner of an iPad but never owned an iPhone or iPod Touch, you may have missed this hidden gem of an app. It’s called AppSniper by Manta Research and it’s guaranteed to save you money on your app purchases! This app proudly sits on the front page of both my iPad and iPhone and I use it everyday.
From time to time, developers will discount their apps to drive sales and hopefully get more reviews and a top spot on the App Store. AppSniper will show you what apps go on sale. The fantastic thing about this app is that you can ‘snipe’ a particular app you wish to purchase and AppSniper will notify you when that App goes on sale!
AppSniper’s interface is clean and simple to use. When you start up the app, you are greeted to a list of all the apps that have recently gone on sale. From there you can toggle over to new apps, view hot apps and search particular apps you would like to see on sale. AppSniper doesn’t choose favourites…they’ll list everything that goes on sale at a particular time and sometimes it can be a very long list! The list of apps that go on sale can be surprising…you have to sift through a lot of apps but you may come across a terrific app you never knew existed!
Priced at only $0.99, AppSniper is a Must Have App that will pay for itself after your first sniped purchase. Also, the fine folks at Manta Research have generously donated 5 copies of AppSniper to iPad HD to our new and loyal readers! The first 5 readers to email me at email@example.com will win AppSniper for free. These codes only work in the US iTunes App Store so please keep that in mind.
A big thank you to the team at Manta Research for their generous donation and good luck to our readers! The winners will be posted after they have received their copies of AppSniper. You can purchase AppSniper directly through your iPad or iPhone/Touch or by clicking on the iTunes App Store link below.
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Users of Skype for the iPhone (yes it also works on the iPad!) got the long awaited update they were asking for…in the form of 3G calling. Many were upset over the fact that Skype would be charging a ‘small monthly fee’ after the end of August for this feature. As a result, some of these users have given the Skype app a low rating on the App Store…not for the functionality of the app itself, but for the idea of being charged for 3G calling.
Now, Skype has extended the free service of 3G calling to the end of 2010. They are obviously taking the negative feedback into account by adding this extention, but is it enough to appease their customers? Will this give Skype more time to reconsider if 3G charging should be implemented? Does this go against Skype’s buisiness model of free Skype to Skype calling? Tell us what do you think.
To celebrate the International release of the iPad, Sega has dropped the price of Super Monkey Ball 2 Sakura Edition for the iPad to $7.99. It’s only on sale for a limited time so get it while you can! You can purchase it directly through your iPad’s App Store or through iTunes on your computer.