Anyone that has ever spent time gaming on an iPad knows how glorious and in turn, frustrating the experience can be. While some games lend themselves to the tablet's touch and tap interface, other games, such as first person shooters and flight sims can be a torment to play, as one wrong move of that virtual control pad can translate into a game-ending loss of tragic proportions. The folks at Ten One Design Understand this, and accordingly have come up with an elegant solution to help you get your frag on. Ladies and Gentlemen: Meet the Fling tactile game controller for iPad.
Canabalt has been an addicting Flash browser-based game for some time, but the iPhone and iPad version of the game changed where we could play this game. Now, thanks to the Indie iPhone Holiday Sale, the developers have been able to give 1/3 of the profits from the game to charity this holiday season.
Ah, it's that time of the year when the biggest of holidays are past and all that remains are parties, parties, and, of course, Apple Rumors. And since the line up calendar has the iPad up next, that's where the rumor scuttlebutt has landed. And so it begins.
Well, heck yeah, you got yourself some iOS gear either in your stocking, under the tree, or you won it spinning some mad dreidel. We hear ya. And, of course, there's only one place where the Yule is as cool as it can possibly be, and that's right here, just in case ya missed it, suckas. Mac|Life, holiday style.
Holiday gatherings are a perfect opportunity to bust out a board game or two – after all, you've got a large selection of possible opponents, the weather outside is potentially frightful (location depending), and the learning curve is usually pretty slim. But you don't need to dig through your parents' or in-laws' dusty closets this year: simply bring along your iPad and fire up some of these ace adaptations of classic board game favorites. Not only are your guaranteed to have all the necessary pieces and instructions, but additional games can be also downloaded in a snap, whereas actual retail stores may be shuttered. Get the family party started with these eight apps!
This time last year, the Internet was in overdrive speculating about Apple’s as-yet-unannounced tablet. Flash-forward to a year later, and we’re now distilling rumors about the followup to that groundbreaking device.
It looks like America's Great White Northern neighbors may be set to show Apple some love, as the Canadian government has launched the pilot project in an attempt to see whether providing a number of their officials at various levels of responsibility will provide for a notable reduction in paper waste, making for a smaller governmental carbon footprint as well as a more cheerful bottom line.
You love the iPad. We love the iPad. Whether you're on the go or lounging around at home, Apple's svelte tablet is one of the most intuitive devices for getting online currently available to consumers. Sure, it lacks the ability to view Flash-based content, but savvy iPad-owners know that's not a barrier to getting the most out of the interwebz on an iOS device. To quell the complaints of all of the iPad Internet naysayers out there, we've put together a list of ten of our favorite websites that'll let you get the most out of the Internet on your iPad.
If you purchased your iPad as a portable computing solution but have been suffering a wicked case of MacBook Air envy since Apple revealed their new 11-inch wonder back in November, ClamCase could be the solution you're looking for. While it won't give you any of full OS X functionality that road warriors rocking a 2010 MacBook Air, the ClamCase does a few tricks that could make it worth your consideration.
You can't go wrong with a good RPG-style medieval slasher like Infinity Blade and developer ChAIR is sweetening the deal. Starting Tuesday, the company will release its first free content update via the App Store on December 10.