iOS 7 Jailbreak: 5 Tweaks We Can’t Wait to See

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iOS 7 has been out for several months now, allowing most iPhone and iPad users ample time to upgrade to the new version and try it out. iOS 7 comes with a handful of new features, with one of the biggest changes being the new design of iOS, getting rid of the previous bubbly look […]

Google Now Begins to Integrate Data With Third-Party Apps

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Google has updated its Google Search and Google Now application on Android to integrate search results with third-party applications. Now, when results are retrieved and delivered to the user, a button appears next relevant entries with the option that says “open in app” if you have the app installed. For example, if you’re searching for […]

Feedly Pro Is 20% Off for Black Friday

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It’s not uncommon to see paid web services host their own Black Friday sales, but we were pleasantly surprised to discover that Feedly is offering 20% off of Feedly Pro until December 2. This essentially knocks $10 off of the yearly regular price of $45, so you would only pay $35 for a year of […]

FlightTrack 5: Update to Popular App Loses Features

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Tis the season for holiday travel. Tomorrow, the day before Thanksgiving here in the US, is one of, if not the busiest travel day of the year with millions headed over the river and through the security checkpoints to grandma’s house. The Eastern US is due for a major storm that looks like it will […]

Clumsy Ninja for iPad: A Cute Game Ruined by In-app Purchases

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When a fun game like Clumsy Ninjas comes along it often grabs our¬†fancy and becomes terribly addictive, but then later disappoints thanks to the terrible blight of in-app purchases.¬†Clumsy Ninja could keep a casual gamer’s attention for hours, but the gamer will need to pay over and over for the fun. First, lets look at […]

How to Share Slo-Mo Videos on the iPhone 5s

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The iPhone 5s comes with a neat new camera feature that allows users to record video at 120 frames per second, which means that it plays back four times slower than normal speed. This is a great feature for catching fast-action situations like in sports or a car passing by, but the slo-mo feature doesn’t […]

HBO Go Now Available on Chromecast

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HBO Go has officially been added to Google’s Chromecast streaming stick, making it the fifth service to be compatible, following Pandora, Hulu Plus, Netflix and YouTube. HBO Go streaming works on both iOS and Android, and users will be able to beam HBO content from their mobile devices to the Chromecast with ease. Chromecast functionality […]

Microsoft Looks to End the App Gap by the end of 2014

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There are long bets and there are long bets. You have to give Microsoft some credit for being stubborn when it comes to the big steps it took when it decided to change up the faces of Windows, beginning with Windows Phone and extending that to its desktop and mobile efforts. Microsoft has taken a […]

Apple Store iPad App Launches with Image-Heavy Interface

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Shopping at the Apple Store on your mobile device seems pretty weird; it’s not really something you see everyday when someone buys a MacBook Pro from their iPhone, but apparently the Apple Store app is really popular, which has sparked the company to create an iPad app that allows shoppers to browse products on a […]

Best Black Friday Apps 2013 Edition: iPhone & Android

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If you are planning to go out on Black Friday 2013, you’ll need a guide to keep your head and get all the deals you want from top stores like Walmart, Target, GameStop, Best Buy and others. There are many Black Friday websites that will show ad scans and offer searchable deals from these retailers, […]

Google Play Music for iOS Launches with Limited Access

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Google has finally released its Google Play Music app on iOS today after being available on Android devices for quite a while. The iOS variant looks similar to that of the Android version, and while Google changed a couple of things to make it feel more at home on iOS, it still retains many of […]

Under Armour Getting Into Fitness Tracking with MapMyFitness Buyout

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Under Armour has been a fixture in the athletic apparel industry for quite a while, but it looks like the company is dipping its toes into the fitness technology market, as it just acquired MapMyFitness, a company that has a number of activity-tracking apps for fitness buffs, including MapMyRun and MapMyRide for runners and cyclists, […]

iPhone Facebook App Crashing After Update, Quick Fix

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The Facebook iPhone app is crashing for most users after Facebook pushed out an update today. Users who have not updated should avoid updating Facebook for the time being, and those who use Automatic updates can follow a quick re-installation to get around the crashes until Facebook offers a new fix. The Facebook iPhone app […]

Google Voice Users May Want to Avoid Windows Phone

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Google’s war against Microsoft has taken another hostage in the form of Google Voice users. After a battle that resulted in the removal of a more advanced YouTube application for Microsoft’s mobile OS platform, Windows Phone users could kiss goodbye to third-party Google Voice apps next year as a result of Google enforcing its new […]

iPhone 5s Got the Moves with New Nike+ App

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After initially debuting on stage as part of Apple’s keynote unveiling of the flagship iPhone 5s, the Nike+ Move activity tracker app is now live in the App Store as a free download. Like other wearable fitness fears like the Nike+ Fuelband, the new Nike+ Move app helps track movement using motion and GPS data […]

How to Escape from Apple’s Ecosystem in OS X Mavericks

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Apple released OS X Mavericks earlier this month as an update from OS X Mountain Lion. It’s the first time that Apple has made OS X updates absolutely free, and the new version comes with a heap of new features, as well as some new default apps, including Maps and iBooks, both of which were […]