iPhone Fitness App Breeze is RunKeeper for Walking

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The makers of the popular RunKeeper fitness and workout app have created and launched an iPhone fitness app aimed for the everyday user. It’s called Breeze, and it’s a simple, yet elegant app that counts your steps and coaches you to achieve daily walking goals. The only downside is that Breeze only works with the […]

How to Watch the NBA Playoffs Live on Android

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With the NBA Basketball regular season winding down, teams are resting players and preparing for something even more exciting, playoffs. Everything kicks off on April 19th and for the first time in NBA history the Lakers, Celtics, and New York Knicks are all missing from the playoffs. It’s the first time in history all three […]

MLB At Bat Chromecast Support Arrives: What You Need to Know

MLB At Bat adds Chromecast support

MLB At Bat Chromecast support is finally here, with the mobile app finally being able to stream live games to Google’s streaming stick, allowing baseball fans to beam games to their televisions from their iOS or Android device. This means that you can watch your favorite team take the field on the big screen rather […]

How to Watch the NBA Playoffs Live on iPhone and iPad

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The NBA regular season is coming to a close, but that just means the excitement is only getting started, as the playoffs will be getting underway on April 19. If you’ll be traveling or spending your time out on the go, there’s no reason you can’t watch the games from your iPhone and iPad, as […]

5 Best Running Apps for iPhone to Help You Get In Shape

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Warm weather is upon us, and that usually means that millions of people are getting off the couch and heading outside for some good exercise. Your iPhone can be a great addition to your fitness tool bag, so hear are some of the best running apps you should check out if you’re wanting to get […]

How to Bypass MLB At Bat Blackout Restrictions

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The MLB regular season is in full swing and that means making time to watch all of the games. Unfortunately, not paying for an expensive cable package means that you won’t be able to watch most of the games that you want to watch, as local channels only broadcast a handful of games, most of […]

Facebook Messenger Adds Free Audio Calls for all Facebook Users

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After recently adding group messaging capabilities to its Messenger app, Facebook has now added free audio calls. Facebook users who have the Messenger app installed on either iOS or Android can call other Facebook users for free, even if they live in a different country. The new Audio calling feature shows up on the menu […]

Microsoft Universal Apps Come to Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox One

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Microsoft has been finding ways to unify its various operating systems across platforms and today its making a bigger step in that direction. During the company’s BUILD keynote today, Microsoft announced universal apps that will be coming to Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox One, allowing users to have a consistent experience across PCs, phones, tablets […]

Comedy Central iPhone App Launches with Free Streaming of Select Shows

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Comedy Central has launched its own mobile app for iPhone and iPad, and despite the channel’s knack for humor, this is no April Fool’s joke. The app is launching with 200 episodes of your favorite Comedy Central TV shows, including The Daily Show, The Colbert Report and South Park, which all three are available for […]

StubHub iPhone App Crashing on MLB Opening Day

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Yesterday marked the official start to the 2014 MLB regular season, appropriately called “Opening Day”. However, today is when the real action starts, with multiple games taking place throughout the day. For spectators looking to get a deal on an Opening Day ticket, the StubHub iPhone app might not be the place to look, since […]

Recent LastPass Upgrade for Android Will Make iPhone Users Jealous

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The LastPass Upgrade for Android will now make it possible to automatically enter login information into Android apps and Internet sites. The popular password management app’s latest killer feature is sure to get Google’s attention. Don’t be shocked if Google tries to buy the company, or at least put it out of business by adding the feature […]

3 Reasons You Should Use Facebook Messenger

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Facebook Messenger is a terrific app that’s available for both iPhone and Android devices, and it makes it possible for users to chat with their Facebooks friends while on the go. Of course, if you’re near a computer, you can still use Facebook’s web chat interface and message platform, but we find the mobile app […]

Hide Stock Apps in iOS 7.1 on Your iPhone Using This Glitch

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Once again, someone has discovered a way for users to hide stock apps in iOS 7.1 by taking advantage of a couple of harmless bugs. YouTuber iDeviceHelpus demonstrates how to do this in a video, or you can read the full instructions down below. This is similar to a glitch that we saw when iOS 7 […]

How to Download YouTube Videos on iPhone

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If you’ll be stuck in an area without an internet connection on your iPhone and want to watch YouTube videos to pass the time, there’s a way you can download YouTube videos to your iPhone for offline viewing. 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube, and 40% of those hours are […]

2048 Tips & Tricks for a Higher Score

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2048 is a fun puzzle game for the iPhone and Android that combines matching with the square shifting puzzles popular as kids game for an addictive game that can be played again and again. Here are 7 2048 tips and tricks to get a higher score. The 2048 game is easy to learn, but it’s […]

Starbucks iPhone App Updates with Digital Tipping and Shake-to-Pay

Starbucks iPhone app updated with new features

Starbucks has updated its archaic iPhone app to version 3.0 with a fresh new coat of paint and some new features that many coffee lovers might enjoy. The app received an iOS 7 redesign, featuring not only a flatter and simpler look, but also a new navigation scheme that makes it easier to get around. […]

March Madness Live Stream & Bracket Apps: Final Four Invade

Apps offering access to a March Madness live stream shot to the top of the free apps chart.

iPhone and iPad app charts are covered in apps that offer a March Madness live stream and the ability to manage and track March Madness brackets. As March Madness 2014 heats up and viewers tune in to see who has the best college basketball team in the nation, many games air while users are traveling, […]

9 Smash Hit Tips & Tricks

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Smash Hit is an addicting free app for iPhone and Android that is climbing to the top of free app charts thanks to fun gameplay, great music and sound effects and beautiful graphics. In this free iPhone and android game users tap on the screen to send steel balls flying at glass and crystals. To […]

iPhone 6 Faces Stiff Competition, May Sway Longtime iPhone Owners

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The new iPhone for 2014 will likely sell millions of units during the release weekend based on the performance of Apple’s previous launches, but this year the iPhone 6 faces increased competition from Samsung and HTC who are both taking a refine and improve focus to try to tempt iPhone owners to Android. Every year […]

Free Android Apps, Games and Books Celebrate Google Play Birthday

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Earlier this week we started hearing chatter about Google offering games, apps, movies, books, magazines and more all for free or heavily discounted on the Google Play Store. The reason for the deals is to celebrate a birthday. Today the Google Play Store turns two years old. Originally known as the Android Market, which has […]