Wondering what to download first on your new iPad Air? If you’re anÂ Angry BirdsÂ fan, you’ll probably want to get the newÂ Angry Birds Star Wars IIÂ update, which adds a bunch of new â€œsecretâ€ levels, new characters â€” including silver C3PO and…
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In case you missed it, OS X Mavericks came out yesterday and it’s free. If you’ve downloaded the latest operating system from our fine friends in Cupertino, then you’ll be able to check out this neat little tip. We all…
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Don’t forget that the OS X Mavericks beta isnâ€™t a final versionâ€”itâ€™s meant to be used by developers to ensure that their software will work with Appleâ€™s latest and greatest. With that disclaimer in mind, letâ€™s check out a new little feature in the beta.
Many apps have had access to special characters before, like iChat and Messages. You’d simply click the little smiley face, for example, and get all the [Read More...]
There are many extra symbols, characters, and glyphs available on iOS that are not immediately accessible, but by adding a new keyboard you can gain access to the glyphs and symbols. This includes fun ones like the ï£¿ Â Apple logo and smiley face â˜º, and though there is some similarity to emoji, these symbols and glyphs are different from the Emoji keyboard, which is also [Read More...]
Injustice: Gods Among Us, developed by NetherRealm and published by Warner Brothers, just updated on iOS today with new characters, including fan-favorite Lobo, the main main alien space-biker with an attitude and a huge cigar, along with Red Son characters Superman, Wonder Woman, and Solomon Grundy.
The fighting game is one of the few that gets it right on touch-based devices, bringing the console game (available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360) in [Read More...]
Adding Emoji to contacts names on the iPhone is a fun way to stylize individual contacts and to bring an additional layer of customization to iOS. Other than being fun looking, it can also help to quickly identify names in the contacts list, get an additional visual indicator of who sent a text message, and the emoticons even show up with incoming and outbound phone calls.
Before [Read More...]
That troll looks grumpy.
Heroes and Castles, Foursaken Media’s mix of a third-person shooter with the castle defense genre, is a heck of a lot of fun to play, and today the iOS game has gotten a big old update, with a ton of great stuff to extend the fun, possibly enticing new players to try it out as well.
There are three new characters to play and level [Read More...]
If you’re a fan ofÂ George R. R. Martin’s hit book series and accompanying TV show Game of Thrones, then you’ll want to download the official companion app. After coming to the iOS App Store last year, an Android version has been released just in time for the premiere of season 3 on HBO March 31st.
The “A World of Ice and Fire” app has a catalog of over 540 characters and 380 [Read More...]
This is actually my favorite tip ever, and it’s usually the one I share with any new iOS owners I come across.
When you’re tapping away on the keyboard on your iPhone, there are bound to be times when you miss the right key. It happens, right? So, the options are to tap the delete button, and deal with all the auto-correct stuff, or just do this one little thing [Read More...]
If you want maximum security with your iOS device, having a strong password is essential. Though you can extend password strength by using a phrase with mixed characters, another excellent option is to use special accent characters, making a password virtually impossible to guess. The idea is fairly straight forward: take a word, sequence, or phrase that you would normally use as the password, but [Read More...]