Older generations might frown upon the idea, but these days iPhones and iPads have become an indispensable part of parenting. Whether we're taking a long car ride, stuck inside on a rainy day or just trying to squeeze some work in before a deadline, an iPhone can be a lifesaver when you've got a rambunctious toddler on your hand. But just any old app won't do; it needs to be fun, keep their attention, and maybe teach them a thing or two while they're using it. Here are 10 iOS apps that are kid-tested and parent-approved.
New Year, new you. That's the general shape of things mostly we hear these days. But we don't just want to focus on how you can be a better you, because we like you pretty well just the way you are. However, if you do have a hankering to make some improvements, we can hook you up.
Once again, the rumor mill hits one out of the park! YouTube has finally confirmed a "pilot program" for paid subscriptions, which the company will use to test the waters as it competes against the likes of Netflix.
Lots of app news today for both iOS and Mac alike, so we’re switching gears to mostly focus on these updates today. But there is one exception: A small bit at the end discussing the impact polarized sunglasses make on our favorite devices, which is particularly extreme on any iPad held in portrait mode -- the screen goes almost completely black with sunglasses on! Not much you can do about that except rotate the screen to landscape mode, but some interesting factoids to follow for this Thursday, April 5, 2012 edition.
We couldn't help ourselves. This morning, we discovered this gem of a Sesame Street clip over at Mashable and we haven't been able to get the song out of our head since. The Sesame Workshop are definitely ones to harp on an internet trend--let us not forget the Old Spice commercial with Grover--and we're glad for it. Check out the video after the cut as Sesame Street's residents, including Telly, sing about the iPogo and its many apps.