Tag Archives: Apps

App Watch: Snapseed goes free, Wunderlist 2 on its way, Modern Combat 4 and Cobook launched

It’s coming up to the developers’ deadline to submit apps for review before the holiday shutdown period, which explains why so many new and updated apps are being released on the App Store this week. Today in particular has been very busy. We’ve already seen launches of GTA: Vice City and Twitterrific 5, there are 4 other new programs worth noting. . 1….

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for iOS lands on the App Store

The day has arrived. One of the best titles in the Grand Theft Auto series has landed on the App Store. If you remember correctly, GTA: Vice City was the first to allow users to steal motorbikes and planes as well as the usual four-wheel vehicles. The app costs $4.99/£2.99 and is compatible with iPhones from 3GS upwards, and all iPads as well as the…

Apple to fix Maps issues by altering Earth’s geography [Parody]

The Onion has come up with its own new back-story to how Apple is sorting its iOS 6 Maps. According to the folks over at “America’s finest news source”, the Cupertino company is planning to alter the geography of the Earth so that its maps are correct. While not the most feasible news report in the world, it’s still hilarious. Watch the video…

Cam takes a first look at Gmail 2.0 for iOS, it’s b-e-a-utiful

A long-awaited update, Gmail 2.0 for iOS is a major overhaul of Google’s app for the Apple platform. With multiple accounts, an brand new look and a host of new features, Google has certainly introduced a brand new email experience to the iPhone. Is it worth checking out? Cam takes a first look. Cam on twitter: http://twitter.com/TiP_Cam TiP…

iWorks for iOS, Mac OS X updated

If your a fan of Apple’s iWorks productivity suite, you’ll be pleased to know that the programs and applications have been updated across the board. Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iOS have all received an upgrade to version 1.7. The Mac counterpart applications also received updates, but this is mostly to make sure the desktop apps are compatible with…