Lots of developers are trying to cash in on the iOS beta access program by selling their access to the iOS 5 beta to outsiders. Developers are left with free slots for registering UDID’s, the identifier codes of iOS devices. They sell the free slots to people online trying to get early but illegal access at the unreleased iOS version.Read More →
Apple just unleashed iOS 5 Beta 5 for developers in the Developer Center, along with an updated iTunes beta, Xcode Developer Preview and Apple TV beta update. The iOS 5 beta update is also downloadable via an Over The Air update straight onto the device.Read More →
Do you live in an Android state or an iOS state? Consult this color-coded map and see which operating system is predominant in your state.
The map was compiled by mobile ad firm Jumptap, and uses analyzed data from 83 million users to determine which system is winning in each state. The map is color coded and presented in sort of an electoral view, which is pretty cool.
As you can see, most of the northeast is iOS dominated, whereas the south and west (with the exception of Louisiana) is mostly AndroidRead More →
ZombieVille 2 is an upcoming sequel to the original Zombieville, and is supposed to be released some time this “summer,” which is all the developers have said about the title. We expect that MikaMobile release more information about the game come closer to release time, and we’ll update you here on iTracki once that information becomes available. What exactly the sequel has that will make it better than the original, we can only speculate.Read More →
A report from Cult of Mac has come in that Apple is already approving app updates with compatibility for the unreleased iOS 5. iOS 5 is scheduled to be released in the Fall, and this new development could mean that it may be a little earlier in the season.Read More →
A new Apple patent has surfaced in the US Patent Office for a method of inductive charging for Apple devices. Inductive charging is charging through a small, magnetic field so that you can essentially lay down a device on top of the charger and it will do its thing. Apple explains a solution to better inductive charging, that involves a charging tower that you wrap your earphone wires around, and then place an earphone with a conductive mesh covering onto the device to start charging.Read More →
We all already know about the popularity of Angry Birds. The number one App has transcended through the App store into our everyday society. Already, you can buy Angry Birds shirts, hoodies, hats, and other items. The iOS game has become the representative of all applications.
But this [...]Read More →
On August 3, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
iSpeech, the creators of the popular speech recognition app for text messages, Drive Safely, is now bringing its speech technology to iOS, Android, and Blackberry Apps with the release of a new SDK.
This new self-service platform allows developers to add text to speech and speech recognition features to their apps. The best thing is, [...]Read More →