Just days after Apple removed nearly 5,000 apps from the iTunes App
Store because of "overtly sexual" content, Mashable
reports that they may be making plans to bring them back--but under
more controlled circumstances.
Don’t call it a port--Street Fighter 4 for iPhone and iPod touch is an
entirely new game with the same look and feel of the console games and
classic arcade cabinets. What’s different, of course, is the way you
play the game. With a bit of added UI ingenuity from the "visual pad"
engine, Capcom delivers a surefire hit that’s definitely going to tire
out your thumbs. Check out our hands-on video after the jump.
Twitter feeds and Facebook are replacing web browsing and email for
many of us, but seasoned social networkers know the revolution is only
just beginning. In fact, the next phase may already be underway with
Knocking Live Video and Ustream Live Broadcaster, two video-streaming
tools that put the power to share live video with friends, family, and
followers in the palms of your iPhone-clutching hands. Both apps offer
fun features, impressive tech, and our favorite price tag: free! But
which one should you use?
Love was in the air. As was the smell of flowers and candies and chocolate and that really warm funny smell that comes out the vents of your MacBook when you've been streaming videos for hours. Yes, love.
So instead of finishing off that Whitman's Sampler, give your waistline and your scale a break and sample some of this week's tasty treats from the Mac|Life crew. We promise: no coconut.
One of the great excitements about the iPad bringing books to its large
screen was the potential for comic books and magazines to really deliver
some killer content. The 9.7" color screen could bring seriously
enhanced readability as well as create a new genre of interactive
In response to one overlooked demographic,
Oceanhouse Media has launched additional iPhone and iPod touch apps
featuring some beloved children's titles.And they've got their eyes set on the iPad.
If you’ve ever found yourself diving for your phone to silence an
embarrassingly juvenile ringtone (mine is a Guns N’ Roses song, but I
don’t embarrass easily), iRingPro can keep you from being “that guy.”
Sure, you could just use one of the iPhone’s 25 packed-in ringtones,
but how generic is that? iRingPro’s Origin, Tek, and Zen collections
offer ringtones of sophisticated taste and style. But they’re more than
just nifty sounds--they’re thoughtfully designed for the needs of the
iPhone user, who, let’s face it, is used to a top-notch experience all