The demand for 4G LTE connectivity has never been higher, and companies are pulling all the tricks out the bag to try to fulfilÂ the high demand. Last night, Sprint announced that it has turned on high-speed 4G LTE data in 22 new locations.Â The announcement was made in a single press release on the U.S. carrierâ€™s website.
The new 22 locations that Sprint has turned on high-speed LTE data in include:
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Shazam released version 6.1 of its iOS today on the App Store. The new version comes with a special feature called ‘Pulse’ that can be used to discover new music that is trending on Shazam’s charts.
Included in the big update is a new look for the tab bar, better chart updates, improved Friends page loading, and of course some bug fixes.Â The new version is available on both iPhone and iPad in [Read More...]
Microsoft has today launched Office Mobile for iPhone, allowing Office 365 subscribers to access and edit their Word, Excel, and PowerPointÂ documentsÂ stored in SkyDrive, SkyDrive Pro, or SharePoint from virtually anywhere. The app boasts support for charts, animations, SmartArt graphics and shapes, and more.
Office Mobile brings all all of the documents you have stored in the cloud to your iPhone, and all those you’ve recently been using on your computer are readily [Read More...]
VSCO Cam has already become one of our favorite camera apps on the iPhone thanks to its film emulation effects and clean interface, but a big update for the app is making us fall in love all over again.
Visual Supply Company just released VSCO Cam 2.0 on the App Store and it comes with a huge batch of new features, including new presets, more efficient editing, and separate Focus and Exposure [Read More...]
Wearable tech has really started to take off over the last two years thanks in part to fitness trackers like the Nike Fuelband and FitBit. But while those companies are worrying about humans, a new company called Whistle is launching a new fitness tracker specifically for mans best friend.
The Whistle Activity Monitor is a little on-collar device that will track all of your dog’s activities, including rest, walks, playtime, and other [Read More...]
The popular photo messaging application, Snapchat, just got a big update. Version 5.0 of the app was released on the App Store today and it comes with a bunch of nice improvements that will help users send messages faster than ever.
The overall design of the app has been cleaned up and streamlined. There’s a new swipe navigation feature that makes it a lot quicker to navigate around the app. Snapchat has [Read More...]
Kindgom Rush has been one of our favorite tower defense games for the past two years, so we’re really excited to hear that Ironhide Game Studio just released the sequel, titled ‘Kingdom Rush Frontiers.’
The new game features all new levels as you defend your lands in the deserts, jungles, and even the underworld. You get some new customizableÂ abilitiesÂ along with a host of new bad guys and nine legendary heres.
We got [Read More...]
Apple has this morning added a new iPod touch to its online store that does away with the rear-facing iSight camera in an effort to be cheaper. The device also has just 16GB of internal storage â€” half that of the regular iPod touch â€” but it is $ 70 cheaper at $ 229.
The new model also comes in just one color â€” grey with a black front â€” and it [Read More...]
Amazon is following in the footsteps of Google, Twitter and Facebook and allowing you to use them to easily and quickly log-in to third-party apps, games and websites through OAuth. How you feel about that will probably depend on whether you value convenience over handing even more data about yourself over to a mega-corporation.
Amazon’s new service is called “Login With Amazon.” Straightforward enough, and you can guess how it works: just like the Login with Twitter, Facebook and [Read More...]