What's in a map? It tells you where you're going, where you need to go, and what's up ahead. Fortunately, Macs, Apple iDevices and maps go hand-in-hand. So, we went out in search of three totally free and very utilitarian map apps for your computers, your iPad and your iPhone, so you'll have a map on you wherever you go.
Apple has opened the doors to the international iPad Store more than a week prior to the official hardware launch date. Though foreign owners of the American iPads have been able to obtain apps for their device, they've only be able to do so from the iTunes software and not from the App Store browsing on the iPad.
It's the moment we've all been anticipating for quite some time now. After this week's absence of the Tweetie 2 app in the iTunes App Store, reports are circulating that the official Twitter for iPhone app should be going live in the App Store any second now.
If you've ever doubted the iPad as a musical instrument, wait until you see this app. Artikulator is a musical app that allows you to slide your fingers across the screen to create audibly pleasing music, all the while creating visually stimulating animations on screen.
We're thinking you might have missed some of the great Mac|Life articles up late this week, since you were so busy gaming your days and nights away. That's right, it was the week Steam came to Macs, and like some of us in the office (ahem) you're probably bleary eyed and sleep-deprived from shooting shooting shooting.
So, if you're taking a break from gaming, why not take a gander at the week's best articles from the killers over at Mac|Life.