Featuring a diverse mix of smart, funny, and thought-provoking games, this week’s batch of AppStore titles is sure to give your mind a workout. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, for example, will make you nostalgic as you play through some classic battles the series is known for. Continue your interactive journey and make more critical decisions in Episode 3 of Game of Thrones. Or why not put your logic and reasoning skills to the test in games like Rebus and The Trace? Lots of other great games made our list too, so read on and see what you should be downloading.
There are a few Mac minis in various configurations at the Apple refurb shop, but we chose just one this week: the best deal and the kickingest configuration. We've also got Airs and an iMac worth your cash, plus a few items for those of you sporting iOS devices. Let's go check it out.
Since Preview is the default app for opening images and PDFs, it’s often not taken as seriously as it should be. Preview is fast, powerful, and versatile, and this tutorial will show you just what it’s capable of.
This week's New App Recap is almost entirely about having fun — whether it's finding a new movie to see, creating a social photo wall with party guests, assembling messages with friends into a shareable video, or turning iPhone photos into unique wood prints suitable for displaying on your shelf or refrigerator. We'll also tell you how to get classic Atari games for free just by exercising, and an Apple Pay competitor that finally joins the Touch ID party. It's all here in our spring fever app recap!
TV was the hot Apple topic this week in Apple land. Not only is Apple supposedly launching a subscription-based cable alternative later this year, but the long-awaited Apple TV update is rumored to make an appearance this June. Read on for that and lots more, including details on Nintendo heading to iOS and some Steve Jobs-related news!
It's been a long time since we've been this excited over an Apple product. Not only is Apple Watch the first truly new device from Apple since the iPad, but it's also the first entirely new platform since the iPhone. Once developers get their hands on it and start playing around with it, the possibilities will pretty much be endless, but even what we've seen is darn cool already. Here are the six things we're most excited about when it comes to Apple Watch.
Something for everyone's tastes here this week, whether you want to slap some effects and filters on your photos, make your kids help out around the house, play games, be more productive, or consolidate your data in lifelogging style, we've got you covered in discounts. It's raining cheap apps, baby!
The AppStore is bustling again this week, providing us with another impressive selection of games worthy of your time and money. Take SwapQuest, for instance: a game that is part puzzle, part RPG, and all parts amazing. Have some laughs playing the latest episode of Tales from the Borderlands and slash some foes in Stormblades. Or, why not treat yourself to the soothing sounds of Adventures of Poco Eco? Enjoy.
Oh yeah, now we're cooking. That's right — the Mac Mini is back in the house. If you've lusted after this tidy little powerhouse of awesome then today is your lucky day (though there's only one model up, so the pickings are slim). Needless to say there are loads of other choices in a variety of configurations, so let's get to the deals.
If you’re running iOS 8 on your iPhone, you’ve got Apple’s Health app. Lots of people haven’t so much as peeked inside it, though, and when they do, the hefty amount of health-tracking data can be daunting. But the app is a lot simpler than you might think, and it’s surprisingly useful even if you don’t exercise at all. It can really improve your life, and possibly even save it — we’ll show you how!