iOS 8 in its latest iteration continues to make news and shake things up. Why was there the glitch that released the broken update? What are some more hidden tricks, tips, and tweaks in the latest operating system. But probably the biggest newsmaker this week was Apple Pay and how some retailers are reacting (hint: not good).
Star Wars: Galactic Defense is easily the biggest-name launch this week, offering the sci-fi favorite’s first take on the tower defense genre, but intriguing newcomers like Woah Dave!, Grey Cubes, and Twisty Hollow are also worth a look. And we’ve got a couple of Halloween-appropriate games in the mix, as well. Give these a look (and a listen), and then check back next Thursday for more.
Well, iOS 8.1 seemed to have gotten off with a less glitchy start than a few other software launches lately, and Apple Pay seems to be making the news. Will you be using your iPhone 6 at the checkout counter? Not if you go to one drug store. Meanwhile, it's beginning to look a lot like October out there, and at least ten apps want to get you ready for the season.
Whether you’re waiting for a new iPad to arrive or simply seeking new stuff to play on your existing iOS device, there are plenty of intriguing new games out this week. Republique is expanded out with its anticipated third episode, while Retry and Micro Battles are fun new affairs, and NHL 2K and Tilt to Live: Gauntlet’s Revenge expand on popular series. Come back next week for another fresh batch of App Store picks.
Halloween's a time for celebrating candy and all things gruesome, when we play tricks on our loved ones or dress up in weird and wonderful costumes. Whether your idea of horror-filled entertainment is scaring yourself, frightening friends and family, or watching strangers flee in terror, these apps have got you covered. Here are 10 apps to get you in the mood for Halloween.
Whether you’re looking for a big-name smash or an intriguing indie, we’ve got a nice blend of both in this week’s App Store release lineup. NBA 2K15 brings big improvements to the hoops series, while Angry Birds Transformers pairs franchises in colorful fashion — but don’t miss Helix or Hyspherical either. We’ll have another batch next Thursday, but these should keep you satisfied for some time.
Well, the rumor mill is definitely talking about the iPad Air 2, but nothing like it did the iPhone 6 series. Interesting. Well, we certainly hope Cupertino is able to wow the crowds at their October 16 event, and we expect next week will kick things up a notch with leaks and rumors. Meanwhile, what else shook free in the news this week?
This week’s App Store lineup offers a nice variety of picks, including totally weird indie Skullduggery!, popular new franchise entries Reckless Racing 3 and Zombie Highway 2, and Terra Battle from the creator of Final Fantasy. And speaking of that series, the port of Final Fantasy VI got a big update today to make things a lot smoother. Check these out, and then come back next Thursday for more.
Both the new iPhones and iOS 8 have had a few weeks to settle in, and we're seeing a growing number of games — new and old — taking advantage of the amazing Metal API to level up the graphics or add a little extra spice elsewhere in the package. Here are the best games out right now that shine brighter and run cooler on iPhones and iPads with iOS 8 Metal.
We're still in the iOS 8 and iPhone honeymoon period when everything's coming up handsets and software updates. So let's take a look at a couple stories on that, and let's see what else is going on out there. Say, who here would like 27" jumbo inches of Retina Display? Yeah, that's what we're talking about.