We've got some workout action for you on the cheap this weekend, plus a couple really pretty productivity apps. Games? Oh, yes. And if you want to send a delightful postcard home to the family to show them what a rocking vacation you've had, then we've got something in that vein too. That and even more all packed inside with weekend's Price Drop, so come on in.
At least two very different kinds of development studios are having great sales on their apps. One will make you more productive, making tasks simpler, keeping you on schedule, turning paper into PDFs, while the other will give you some fun for all the time you've freed up. It's a win-win scenario for you, dear reader.
Apple's WWDC 2014 keynote is now less than three weeks away, and while speculation has run amok about iPhone 6 and iOS 8, at least one of the company's accessories is getting a slice of the rumor mill this week.
May the Fourth be with you! That's what you'll be saying in two days, so we've got a heaping helping of Star Wars apps to slake your thirst to revisit George Lucas' realms. And if you don't care for a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away gaming, then we've got quite a few other options for you. So let's dive in.
Some game studios have big weekend sales going on featuring tons of titles for the holidays. We've grabbed a select sampling, but you should definitely be checking out the full catalogs for the range of deals. So don't wait around for a six foot bunny to bring you goodies this weekend. Check out what Mac|Life's found for you.
A little something for everyone this weekend. Whether you want to get a game on, check the rain, be more productive or play a little music, it's all here. Yes, the fun developers this week have given you freebies and cheapies galore. So make haste upon your steadfast steeds and ye shall understand this last sentence anon.
Remember Twitter Music? The free app went from rumor to reality to apparent washout within weeks, and now little birds close to the microblogging service claim Twitter may be on the verge of killing it completely.
With the release of the Xbox One fast approaching, Microsoft is crossing its I's and dotting its T's by releasing an official Xbox Music app for iOS and Android, offering fans another way to rock out while on the go.
Paul Westerberg from The Replacements once quoted his bassist Tommy Stinson, "I hate music. Sometimes I don't. I hate music, it's got too many notes." In this day and age, we've got so many content delivery systems, we're suffering from information overload. Between iTunes, Spotify, Rdio and even just perusing YouTube, discovering anything new out there can be a grating endeavor. Sure, all of those services connect you to independent artists, but how can you find them without being drowned out by all of the major labels? Do you have a time machine? Because inquiring minds want to know.