Tag Archive: Those


If you use your iPad or iPhone (or both!) onstage when you perform, you know how hard it can be to find a good place to put them. Putting your iPad on a flimsy music stand just won’t cut it,… Read more ›

Cigar is a new aggregation app that pulls in new content from crowd-funding site Kickstarter, Netflix, TED Talks, and the App Store and presents it to you in a giant pile for your consideration. You run through them one at… Read more ›

When Google announced the Google Maps Pokémon Challenge for April Fools’ Day, I immediately opened the app on my phone and began my hunt for little pocket monsters. Unfortunately, the novelty was short-lived, and I only found about 15 before… Read more ›

The OS X sidebar, introduced in Mac OS X Panther (10.3), has gotten an increased set of features over the years, including the most recent changes in Mountain Lion, which let you Hide and change the order of your Sidebar… Read more ›

Sure, it’s nice to know that you have a bunch of unread email messages, and we all get that apps want to notify us when there’s something new going on there. It’s crowded on that home screen. But after a… Read more ›

Alright, so we’ve endlessly run, flown, swam, and jetpacked. Why not add skateboarding to that list? Skyline Skaters by Tactile Entertainment Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone, iPad Price: Free Skyline Skaters is a new free-to-play endless skateboarder that transports… Read more ›     

Too Bright? Tone Down Those iOS 7 Visuals [iOS Tips]

iOS 7 changed the visual palette on our favorite Apple mobile devices, and it may not be to everyone’s liking. If you want to tone it down a bit, consider darkening the colors up, and reducing the white point on… Read more ›     

Has your child bankrupted you in Smurfberries? Had a child who maxed out your credit card on in-app purchases? Good news. Apple is now writing to some iTunes account holders, telling them they may be liable for a refund. Here… Read more ›     

A patent application published Thursday reveals how Apple could incorporate flexible OLED displays into future devices to improve their function without sacrificing strength. The technology could get Apple closer to producing bezel-less devices in existing product lines such as the… Read more ›     

Tico Timer — Education — $ 0.99 Here’s another app from the maker of the very clever Humming Timing. Developer Ricardo Fonseca made Tico Timer for children, and it counts down using animated shapes instead of numbers. So the clock will… Read more ›