Love 'em or hate 'em, Rovio's Angry Birds are here to stay as the modern-day equivalent to classic video game legends like Pac-Man and Space Invaders -- but the latest iteration offers a whole new way to play.
Let's face it: Apple's U.S. customers are used to having the home field advantage. We're the first ones to get Cupertino's latest products and services, with one curious exception that seems to have vanished this year.
Looking to redecorate your living space but not looking forward to the heavy lifting involved? A new iPad app gives you a chance to visualize that new look in photorealistic 3D, all without lifting a single piece of furniture.
Apple loves milestones, but Cupertino appears to be sitting out its latest accomplishment as the App Store is now home to more than a million apps -- although it's not actually the first time that's happened.
All right, people, remember what we said last year? We weren't going to let the holidays frazzle us. We were going to be on top of things, we weren't going to be a disorganized mess, we weren't going to be playing "New Year's Resolution" catch up. So let's get cracking. This week's apps are all about getting stuff done, getting organized, paying our bills, but we've got a little holiday cheer for you as well. Consider it "ho ho ho" meets "go go go!"
There are now less than three weeks left until Christmas, and if you're looking for a way to keep the little ones entertained until then, Microsoft has teamed up with NORAD's Santa tracker website to provide daily fun right up until the blessed day arrives. And did we mention it's now iPad-friendly? That and more in our Friday morning recap!
Big-name spinoffs lead the App Store’s charge into December, with Assassin’s Creed Pirates and Heroes of Dragon Age delivering a taste of their respective console and PC siblings on iOS, though new games like Band Stars and KingHunt look to provide intriguing spins on popular mobile formulas. And the iOS launch of Telltale’s The Wolf of Us episodic adventure series is definitely one to look into, considering its strong Mac start recently.
It's almost hard to remember a time when Apple's built-in Mail app was the only iOS game in town, but a new third-party contender named MailDeck is looking to tackle IMAP accounts with desktop efficiency.
Will the swanky new Mac Pro make Apple's self-imposed December release date? With the Christmas holiday fast approaching, Cupertino is running out of time to make good on that promise, with the week of December 16 looking the most likely. Not particularly good timing for power users spending their hard-earned cash on gifts for loved ones, but them's the breaks. Meanwhile, here's what you missed yesterday...
First announced back in early October, Infuse 2 has finally hit the App Store with a fresh new iOS 7 look and feel and a host of welcome new features including the ability to stream from other devices.