While it might not be as powerful as its name suggests, Layout brings a fresh style of design to the iPad, with a clean interface, brilliant menu approach, and robust color palette that rivals the most powerful desktop publishing software. With Layout, you can create neat, modular collages with up to 16 pictures and captions, customized borders, and in-app photo enhancing.
William Shakespeare's Sonnets is a collection of 154 poems that deal with love and beauty, and this new app from Touch Press is an extremely original way to experience them all. The company is rather adept at making very clever reference works for the iPad, like the excellent The Elements and Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy, and The Sonnets by William Shakespeare continues in that tradition.
More often than not, when you work on a project, be it a home movie or a short film, you’ll add clips and slowly build your film. But you may not think of altering the colors and style of your work, relying on the natural lighting conditions you were presented with on the day.
As with App Store classic Tiny Wings, Knights of the Round Cable utilizes a simple tap-and-hold approach to chase high scores and complete objectives; and despite the breezy setup, the gem-collecting affair proves to be a demanding and engaging experience.
If you're looking for one stand to handle your iPad and your MacBook -- not at the same time, of course -- Cooler Master's Arc has slots for each, plus it's heavy enough to not slide around on your desk.
If you've even casually followed the strange saga of Proview, the company who claimed to own the iPad trademark in China, you may see them as a fly-by-night. After reading this, you might think they're a bunch of deadbeats, too.
It's pretty much all Dark Knight Rises wherever you go and sure, we've got some of that love for you too. But that's not the only hot property going around the internet. There's always something Apple, always something in the water. So take a peek at what's under the cover including Steam's huge Summer Sale, some bad news for a handset maker, and something curious going on with Office 2013.
In the pre–App Store days, performing as a DJ for pals and parties meant hauling around turntables and mixing equipment—or at least a trunk full of expensive digital counterparts. Nowadays, anyone with an iPad or iPhone and an app like Djay can scratch and mash up tracks with ease using their own digital music library, though there’s a world of difference between swiping a touchscreen and having physical knobs and switches to twiddle while dishing out beats.
A little later than usual, but nonetheless awesome, the annual Steam Summer Sale officially kicked off this past weekend. Windows-compatible titles still make up the lion's share of computer games, but thanks in no small part to Valve's desktop-client, you'll find no shortage of excellent downloadable games on sale this week. Here's a selection of some of the best Mac-ready titles for less than $10.
Some great deals this week and some big pocketbook savings on some refurbed MacBooks. You want a machine that's only five months old and five hundred off the asking? Well, we gotcha covered. You want retro style for your iPhone, a deal on a whopping 64GB iPad 2, and the best software bundle deal on the net? Well, then saddle up, pardners, cause we got what you're looking for.