If you're planning on taking a trip on Hawaiian Airlines after this Sunday, you may have a pleasant surprise in store for you once you get up in the air. As 9to5Mac reports, the airline will switch out many of its existing in-fight entertainment systems with iPad minis beginning September 1, marking the first time an American airline has made the shift.
Radio isn’t dead yet, but it has evolved to be something that you listen to on your own terms, picking and choosing programs to check out at your convenience. AGOGO gets this, bringing you personalized audio programming with a slick interface and a number of curated channels. It pulls in the latest radio and newswire archives, podcasts, your local and online music collections, and other audio selections across many different areas, establishing itself as an excellent one-stop shop for your mobile listening needs.
Many different genres and software types are well represented in the App Store, including games, musical instruments and recording options, science tools, and loads of other choices. However, so rarely does one app meld together varying experiences in a way that yields something as downright cool, fun, and creative as Musyc. It comes as no surprise that this amazing little gem was created by the same minds behind the excellent drum app DM1, and while it’s hard to completely control at times, the entropy is a big part of the absolute fun here.
Understanding classic poetry is hard enough, but memorizing it can be downright cruel. With archaic language, tricky rhymes, and unexpected rhythm variations, trying to remember the exact way William Shakespeare felt about the woman he loved can pretty much suck the beauty right out of it. Penguin Classics' Poems by Heart makes it easy (well, easier) to commit the classics to memory by turning the whole tedious process into a game, with level-ups and progress achievements that unlock as you learn.
Okay, it may not be the same without Kurt Loder's deadpan news and all the veejays some of us grew up with, but VEVO TV is likely the closest thing we'll ever get to an always-on music video channel ever again.
If you're planning a trip to Walt Disney World in Florida this year, don't be surprised if you see a costumed character scanning your admission ticket with an iPod touch held in their white-gloved hand.
With millions of apps, movies, TV episodes, and albums available for purchase at our fingertips, it can be hard to keep track of it all. iTunes' new history tracker shows us what we've browsed, but it's not very discretionary, and there's no such feature for the App Store. Whatever your preferred method, if you're a rabid list maker, there's a good chance that Recall - Reminders for Recommendations will replace it. Basically, it does what iTunes and App Stores should have done all along: Keep lists of the digital media you might want to buy and make sure you don't forget about them.
Have you ever wondered what exactly a person can accomplish at an Apple Store when they set their mind to it? These five videos illustrate just that. We watched every YouTube video filmed in an Apple Store to make sure we could bring you the 5 best viral videos filmed at our favorite retail destination.
From pizza delivery to theivery to lots and lots of singing and dancing, these Apple-themed viral videos are sure to amuse you. If you have any better ones in mind, be sure to let us know in the comments.
Ever wonder how iOS developers get some of the inspiration for their apps? In the case of Elite Platinum’s latest Singing Daisies app, the influence came from the heart and mind of the developer’s nine-year-old daughter, who he credits with coming up with the whole idea in the first place.
If you happen to be in the market for a new automobile, don’t be surprised if the salesman whips out an iPad in an effort to answer your questions next time. That’s the latest nationwide effort from automaker Mazda, who is using a specialized iPad app to help push cars out the door.