Tag Archives: iTunes

Rovio finally enables cross-device game progess syncing

If – like millions of other people out there – you have Angry Birds, or The Croods installed on multiple iOS devices, you will have undoubtedly have felt the frustration of completing goals and tasks on one device before realizing that same progress is non-existent on an other gadget. Thankfully, Rovio has just announced its Rovio Account which will…

Apple highlights in-app purchasing in new App Store section

In-app purchases have made the headlines more than once over the past year. Having been sued in a class action lawsuit and needing to settle more than one case of “accidental” in-app purchasing by kids on their parents’ accounts, Apple’s decided to make things a little clearer with a new page within the App Store. Recently, Apple added the “Offers…

A Decade of iTunes celebrated by Apple with special iTunes page

On April 28th, 2003, the iTunes Store went live for the very first time and its feet have barely touched the ground since. The rise and popularity of the media portal has been unprecedented. To commemorate the milestone it’s about to hit in a few days time, Apple has posted the “A Decade of iTunes” page within the iTunes store. It features some of the key…

Dropbox app updated with additional language support

Earlier this month, popular web storage solution Dropbox updated both its web application and Android app to support six additional languages with the promise that iOS compatibility would be soon to follow. Today Dropbox delivered on that promise, adding support for Indonesian, Malay, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Traditional Chinese and…

iOS 6 and iTunes 11 get download later feature

If you are someone that downloads a lot of movies, TV episodes and other movie/video content from iTunes, you may have seen this new prompt that appears both in iTunes 11 and in iTunes on iOS 6. As you can see above (screenshot from AppleInsider), when downloading any of the aforementioned content you are prompted with a “Download Now?” window and given…

App Shopper relaunched with new social streak

At the back end of 2012 App Shopper was removed from the App Store. It had been there for months and was by all accounts a popular way to discover new apps and read reviews before downloading. Sadly, Apple took its sweet time finding that it broke the App Store’s own rules and booted it from the store. The particular rule it broke was that it pretty…

Twitter #Music users prefer Spotify to iTunes or Rdio

Some interesting figures have shown up in the 24 hours following Twitter’s long-awaited launch of the Twitter #Music service. The service essentially acts as a music discovery network where you can see what’s popular, what’s up and coming and what the people you’re following on Twitter are listening to. When listening back to music, the default option…