Tag Archive: Brings


Godus, the much-anticipated video game from god-game specialist designer Peter Molyneux and 22cans, is available now for iOS devices. Godus will let you play as your own private deity, letting you create and nurture a little island paradise on your… Read more ›

Football madness kicks off in four more weeks and to satisfy your hunger for everything related to the gridiron, the NFL just launched its new NFL Now app for iPhone and iPad, that brings a deluge of video content for… Read more ›

Football madness kicks off in four more weeks and to satisfy your hunger for everything related to the gridiron, the NFL just launched its new NFL Now app for iPhone and iPad, that brings a deluge of video content for… Read more ›

There are some pretty great Wikipedia apps out there already (my favorite is Das Referenz, an iPad app which turns Wikipedia pages into what looks like 17th century book entries), but Wikipedia has just made a gambit to be best… Read more ›

Apple brings two-step verification to 48 new countries

Today Apple rolled out two-step verification for Apple ID accounts in 48 new countries. With the addition of countries like China, Japan, India, and France, two-step verification for Apple IDs is now supported in a total of 59 countries. Only… Read more ›

After launching first in Japan on July 15th, Apple has brought its iTunes Pass functionality to the United States. The feature allows you to store iTunes Store credit on a digital gift card in Passbook that can reloaded by an… Read more ›

Sunrise, one of the most popular third-party calendar apps for iOS and Android, released a Mac version today. It looks a lot like the existing mobile app and has many of the same features, including the functionality that sets Sunrise… Read more ›

Disney brings popular Facebook soccer game Bola to iOS

Disney need to be a bit quicker off the mark than this! With both the U.S. and England now knocked out of the FIFA World Cup, Disney has just now taken the opportunity to release an iOS version of Bola,… Read more ›

Apple brings two-factor authentication to iCloud.com

Apple has rolled out two-factor authentication support for logging into iCloud.com, its web portal for apps like Mail, Calendar, and Pages. If a user has two-factor authentication enabled on their Apple ID, attempting to access a web app through iCloud.com will now… Read more ›

Lots going on in this week’s episode of HBO’s vampire-romance television show, including answers on Eric’s whereabouts, more info on the infected, zombie-like Hep-V vampires, and a whole bunch of callbacks to the first season of the show. If you… Read more ›