It’s never a dull week on the AppStore as there are always a handful of games that give everyone something to like. HeavenStrike Rivals, for example, is a mobile RPG fan’s dream and features an impressive battle system and lovable characters, whereas Overkill 3 is a visually impressive, fast-paced shooter. Likewise, Okay? and Rotate — Zen Journey are brain-stimulating puzzlers with plenty of charm. And for the musically-inclined, BeatDefense and Eat Beat: Dead Spike-san will have you jamming. Enjoy!
We're all about saving you your hard-earned money so this week's refurbs are all about keeping it low price. That's why nothing in this week's bag o' deals goes any higher than just under $1K. You can get quite a few awesome Macs for under a grand and they'll last you years and years, so consider these deals extra great. And if you had more to spend in your budget, but you were wise enough to come here first, then check out what you can do with some of your other coin.
Adobe Premiere Elements is a fantastic video-editing package that provides more than enough power for any home project, as well as plenty of guidance. It’s also half the price of its next biggest rival, Final Cut Pro. However, Elements 13 isn’t a huge update over version 12.
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Our Wednesday Apple Daily finds Final Cut Pro X making a comeback with the new Will Smith movie, and more than a million Chase cardholders signing up for Apple Pay. On the downside, Apple may lose half a billion dollars to a patent dispute over iTunes. Read on for all the details!
You might say that iCloud Drive was long overdue. When iCloud was introduced, many people were disappointed that it didn’t include a regular file repository that could be accessed from the Finder. You could sync contacts, calendars and bookmarks through it, but you couldn’t drop files onto it manually. With iCloud Drive, however, you can.
For a company best known for 3D software (including the wonderful 123D apps), Autodesk’s latest release is all about the flattened screen. Now known simply as SketchBook, Autodesk wants to give you the tools to create and output your digital drawings and paintings...so long as you’re prepared to unlock them through an IAP.
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Apple fans are once again remembering the life and times of Steve Jobs today on what would have been the 60th birthday of the legendary co-founder. In our Tuesday edition of Apple Daily, we'll find out how current CEO Tim Cook acknowledged that date, along with news that Samsung may still be in the iPhone memory game, the latest Apple acquisition, and how much of the smartphone market iOS and Android have gobbled up to date.
Steve Jobs was a lot of things. CEO. Inventor. Genius. Perfectionist. Visionary. But perhaps what we'll remember him most fondly for was his words. So, on what would have been his 60th birthday, the best way we can think of to honor him is to collect 10 of our favorite quotes and relive some of his greatest moments.
If you have an 8GB or 16GB iPhone, then you probably think about having enough space on your device more than you'd like. Fortunately, iOS 8 is really great about helping you keep your device clean and free from unwanted data. Instead of packing your device to the brim, use these tips on how to clean up your photos, messages, and songs in iOS.
When an app gets a new version number, you might expect a bunch of flashy new features, but simple text editor BBEdit has never been a flashy kind of app. It fits, then, that most changes in BBEdit 11 are relatively subtle adjustments to workflow, mostly designed to enhance productivity. Fortunately, relatively minor changes can still be a big deal.
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If the rumors are true, Apple's trying to grab the best battery engineers it can find for its rumored electric car project — and it's apparently even enticing engineers over from Samsung. In other news, a new iPad ad made waves at the Oscars, Apple seems to be readying some editorial content for iTunes, and it's also building two massive data centers in Europe.
Our final edition of the New App Recap for the month of February has a little something for everyone: A look at the rebranded IFTTT and a trio of new apps that hook into the service, how to turn three photos into a cool little video, better ways to track your footsteps and calculate math, plenty of classic television, soccer chat with others around the world, and a way to track your cellular data usage. It's all right here in our weekly roundup of the best new and updated apps from last week!