Ever wanted to put your iPad on the plane, train or automobile? Or perhaps strap it to your chest like a bold Braveheart warrior? MyPadLife can facilitate! It's an iPad case that comes with four different straps so that you can put it virtually anywhere. It costs $29.99 and a few review will be up on the next edition of Best Case Scenario.
An big update to the innovative Flipboard app was released in the App Store today. Promising to improve the reader experience, Flipboard, already a popular leading player among social news reading apps, grew some big muscles recently and is now starting to flex them.
If you’re on the go and frequently need to access files from the Mac in your home or office, you might be looking at a cloud-based solution like Dropbox or SugarSync. But did you know there’s a way to access all of your Mac files through the internet from any web browser or iOS device and even share them with others?
The iPad launched on April 3, 2010. 453 days later, there are over 100,000+ apps available. It is an eye-opening achievement, and positions the iPad for continued dominance in the very lopsided tablet market.
Just what turned a quivering block of tofu into a stretching and leaping martial artist isn't clear, but he's got his work cut out for him. Across 100 tricky levels, he'll have to dodge rows of spikes, leap past spinning blades, learn the timing of deadly intermittent laser beams, and more. To-Fu bounces off metal plates, slides down glass, rides rotating wooden blocks, and warps between color-coded teleporters.
Apple has increased the number of iPad 2 expected to ship over the next few months from 7-9 million units to 12-14 million units, according to a new report. Referring to unamed "market watchers", the report indicates that Apple is now "more aggressive" placing orders for iPad 2, and is "piling up inventory" of components to prevent a potential shortage.
According to early reviews of the HP TouchPad that hit the internet late Wednesday, the iPad is still king of the tablet world. The first webOS tablet arrives in stores on Friday, but at least one reviewer bills it as “mediocre,” despite ripping a page right out of Apple’s own playbook.
Sure, this iPad version of the classic strategic board game is easy to learn, but you could spend a lifetime getting good at its mix of drawing cards, claiming railroad routes, and connecting cities to get your tickets punched. And with so many variations and available-to-purchase maps, it’ll never get old.
To-Do apps are a dime a dozen. But what good is knowing you need to swing by the library to pick up a book when you're clear on the other side of town? A task manager is only helpful if it tells me when I need to do something and when I'm near that place. Enter location-aware apps.
In most games the object is to avoid death. That's not an option in Dream:scape, a surreal new iOS adventure. Your character Wilson is in a coma and at death's door leaving you to explore his memories in the "dream:scape," a lucid reflection of the rural countryside where he grew up.