Every week Mac Games and More (http://www.macgamesandmore.com/) features a casual, amusing game just for you enjoy over the weekend. This week in Azada – Elementa, a notorious villain with an unpronounceable name is wreaking havoc and you’re to put him in his place and set things straight. Download it and try the free one hour demo now
Azada – Elementa Collector’s Edition (adventure/hidden objects) – Things aren’t going [Read More...]
One enterprising soul over on the Apple boards at Reddit has taken a bunch of comparison photos from the Camera+ app website and put them together to show just how far the iPhone camera has come, with the same image taken with the original iPhone, the iPhone 3G and 3GS, the iPhone 4 and 4s, and then the iPhone 5.
The difference between the first and last photos is stunning, but [Read More...]
Every week Mac Games and More (http://www.macgamesandmore.com/) features a casual, Mac game just for you to get into over the weekend. This week, get into a terribly addictive game of cards filled with enough twists and turns to keep you entertained for hours. Download it and try the free one hour demo now
Seven Seas Solitaire (cards) – Once you begin playing this game, you’ll enter a time [Read More...]
The French were everywhere at this year’s CES, measuring everything. Everything. The most imaginative expression of this peculiar (but useful) French obsession was the Hapifork, a Bluetooth-connected utensil that measures the user’s eating habits.
If that sounds interesting, good news: Hapifork has finally made it to Kickstarter, just two months behind schedule.
If that doesn’t sound interesting, let’s try a clearer description of what the gadget does and why.
Hapifork actually [Read More...]
Got a few minutes to read something? Not sure which of your saved Read Later article to pick? Then you need Readtime, a new iPhone app which picks articles based on the time you have available. Dial in the length of your coffee break or the average time taken to clear your bowels in the morning, and Readtime will return a list of appropriately-long articles.
Readtime syncs with Readability and Pocket (not Instagram, [Read More...]
Apple may have some of the highest paid executives in the country, but that doesn’t mean employees are satisfied lower down the food chain.
Since Tim Cook became CEO at Apple, the company’s corporate culture has changed. A byproduct of that change is that more and more Apple employees are leaving Cupertino to work at other competitors and startups.
Business Insider asked around, and multipleÂ venture capitalists said that a greater [Read More...]
If you’re using Twitter on your iPhone instead of a third-party client like Twitteriffic or Tweetbot, version 5.4 has just rolled off the App Store updates pipeline, bringing better search, better conversation views and more. But it also yanks some features, including the ability to upload from Mobypicture, Vodpod and Posterous.
Here are the release notes:
This update includes enhancements to search and other improvements. â€¢ As you search youâ€™ll see [Read More...]
If you love jailbreaking and all the little tweaks that come with it, then you’re probably very familiar with Cydia. It’s the number one place to go to if you want to find hacks for your iPhone or iPad, but it also kind of sucks at the same time.
Cydia is massively unorganized and slow when there’s a rush to jailbreak. Most people want to blame its creator, Saurik, for its weaknesses, [Read More...]
Apple has finally settled a 2011 lawsuit with parents whose kids spent insane amounts of money on in-app purchases. A group of parents originally sued Apple after their kids raked up enormous iTunes bills on apps that were downloaded for free from the App Store.
Many apps use the ‘freemium’ model to bait users with a free download and then use in-app purchase to generate revenue. Most adults are good at restraining [Read More...]
The SurfacePad is the missing iPhone Smart Cover.
Out of all the junk that I own, there are a few objects which I love to use. And I mean â€œloveâ€ on a base, visceral level. These are the things that are so well suited to their tasks that they not only never get in the way, but they make doing that task better.
SurfacePad For iPhone by Twelve South Category: Cases Works With: [Read More...]