After detailing an exhaustive list of changes coming this fall with OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, Apple executives turned their laser focus to the App Store and how developers will be able to do more with these virtual storefronts.
Summer is coming, school days are ending, so we skipped all the educational apps that are seeing major price drops this week. If you're interested, there are plenty out there, but school's out, school's out, teacher let the monkeys out. So these monkeys want to play and they want to go on vacation, so let's see what we can do for them.
It can be difficult to pick out the cream of the crop amidst the barrage of new iPhone and iPad games, but we’ve got you covered with our weekly look at the most notable new releases. This week, we have a role-playing classic in Dragon Quest VIII matched up against some promising newcomers like Romans in My Carpet! and Delivery Outlaw. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
Let's kick off this Memorial Day weekend right with some serious price cuts to some serious games. There's a ton out there and there's going to be more, we can feel it. Almost like a disturbance in the Force…
It can be difficult to pick out the cream of the crop amidst the barrage of new iPhone and iPad games, but we’ve got you covered with our weekly look at the most notable new releases. This week, we have a promising-looking X-Men action game, the charming two-player dance experience Bounden, and even a MacGyver game in the mix. Give these a good look and then check back next week for more.
Are you ready for some great freebies? Are you ready to see the adventures that await you? Does the idea of low-cost productivity apps that'll help you get your life in order make your fingers itch to tap open the App Store? Well, then this is your day, because there's that and more below.
iOS developers have long been able to offer promotion codes, which give customers free copies of their apps — but Apple has never allowed such codes to be used for in-app purchases, at least not until this week.
We’ve got a great variety of intriguing-looking releases in the mix this week, including an iPad port of acclaimed indie platformer Thomas Was Alone, the colorful tower defense affair Demons vs Fairyland, and the very attractive Table Tennis Touch. Give these new releases a good look, and then check back next Thursday for an all-new list of notable games to consider.
Flappy Bird once again made headlines Wednesday as the Vietnamese developer announced plans to resurrect the overnight sensation later this summer in a supposedly less-addictive version. According to BGR, Rovio has soft launched their own take on the popular game with Retry, which the company bills as "an eight-bit time machine." You'll have to take our word for it, though, because Retry is only available in Finland, Poland, and Canada for now, but will presumably fly the coop and go global eventually.
Amazon kicked off the weekend by adding 15 more cities to its Sunday delivery lineup, growing from New York and Los Angeles to Philadelphia, New Orleans, Dallas, and other markets. The partnership with the U.S. Postal Service doesn't cost Amazon customers an extra dime, so if you happen to be in one of the now 17 cities served, you'll now have one less reason to leave the house each weekend. Speaking of which, here's a handful of other news bites you might have missed this past weekend...