Tag Archives: App Store

Plants vs. Zombies 2 launching tomorrow, August 15th

The title says it all, folks. Plants vs. Zombies 2, the highly anticipated sequel to (you guessed it) Plants vs. Zombies is coming tomorrow, August 16th. The information comes from Apple itself via the App Store’s official Facebook page. It posted a photo of a hand coming from the ground in typical PvZ graphics with the simple caption, “It’s about time….

VEVO for iOS updated, includes full AirPlay support

Fans of music videos have probably heard of VEVO by now. The service is very popular, and has almost every music video on YouTube. The company also has an app for iOS, and the app was updated today with a very big new feature: full support of Apple’s AirPlay. This means that users can now stream both audio and video from their iOS device to their Apple…

OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 4 released

For those of you who have been lucky enough to have access to the OS X Mavericks beta versions, good news: Apple has seeded the Developer Preview 4 for OS X Mavericks to developers today! This isn’t the news that I’ve been waiting for all day (yep, still waiting for iOS 7 beta 4), but that’s because I no longer have a Mac. The download is available for…

Apple Store app update to offer free iTunes downloads

According to numerous reports, Apple will release an updated version of its Apple Store application for the iPhone and iPod touch within the next week. Aside from the usual amount of bug fixes that come standard with app updates, the new Apple Store app will feature a redesigned interface, and a few cool new features including free downloadable iTunes…

5.7 million new Infinity Blade II players added in one week after Apple’s 5th anniversary price drop

Last week, Apple celebrated the App Store’s fifth birthday by publishing a special ’5 years of the App Store’ which – among other things – had a page full of discounted apps. Of the 10 apps or games available to download for free was one of the most popular and well developed games of the past couple of years: Infinity Blade II. Amazingly, following…

Apple begins building Reno iCloud data center

The data center located in Reno, Nevada is finally under construction. Apple broke ground at the site in March, and according to some spy images taken by AppleInsider, the company is beginning to build its first major structures needed to support the massive data center that will be used for iCloud storage. Apple announced that it plans to spend $16…

Infinity Blade: Dungeons officially cancelled

Chair Entertainment, owners and developers of the insanely popular Infinity Blade franchise, has officially announced its decision to cancel the third installment of the series. Infinity Blade: Dungeons will not be making its way to the App Store. Ever. The decision has taken many by surprise, since it cannot simply be a money-motivated move. The…