Apple Releases Their New Podcast App With All The Fanfare It Deserves…None!

When Apple pulled support for podcasts from the stock iTunes app, there was much speculation that a new app for playing podcasts would be coming in iOS 6. Today the new app got a quiet release, months ahead of iOS 6. After installing Apple’s new podcast app, it is no wonder that they chose to…

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McGraw-Hill Makes Four Apps Free During This Year’s Annual ISTE Conference

For the duration of of this year’s ISTE Conference currently being held in San Diego, educational app developer, McGraw-Hill are offering four of their best-selling apps for FREE. The free apps cover a range of subjects including Math, vocab and American History. I highly recommend that if you are a parent, that you grab these…

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Surprise Attack Reveals Three Upcoming iOS Games

Last week, we received news regarding three upcoming titles repped by the Australian Marketing firm, Surprise Attack. All three of the following titles are planned for release in Q3 of this year and look to offer iOS gamers some fresh experiences, from some industry veterans. Man in a Maze Developed by SmallGreenHill iPad, iPhone, iPod…

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New At Eleven: Fish, Ferraris and Fakers

It’s 11pm (EST) on a Wednesday night, so that means it is time to hit the App Store in search of some fresh entertainment. Tonight we’ve got a lot of goodies including one (or perhaps two) titles in one of my all-time favorite genres…the point and click adventure. There are also puzzle games, racers, and…

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Ichi’s Nearly Infinite Replay Value Means You No Longer Have A Reason To Be Bored

To say I’m a fan of puzzle games is putting it pretty lightly. When I heard about Ichi being a neat new take on puzzlers, I was quite excited to try it out. I wasn’t disappointed. Ichi is a universal app, which is just the first of the many feathers in its cap. The game…

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