Articles Filed Under "New Releases"
News covering apps that have recently hit the App Store.
On December 19, 2012 By Charles Tian
One of the biggest criticisms that iOS 6 faced when it was first released was Apple’s replacement of Google Maps with their own sub-par map application. It seems that for many users who were thinking about upgrading to iOS 6, one of the biggest barriers was having to deal with the problems plaguing Apple’s map [...]Read More →
One of the classics that have been around on the iOS platform since forever is a dual-stick shooter called Minigore, in which you controlled your character using two joysticks, shooting at the never ending waves of zombies that came for your head. After what seems like forever, Mountain Sheep, the developers behind the popular casual iOS game, have released a sequel, Minigore 2.Read More →
On July 10, 2012 By Charles Tian
‘Next Issue’ is an iPad app that just recently launched on the iOS app store, and offers users a wide variety of popular magazines to read for a low yearly subscription. The app first launched on the Android and Google Play stores, and now we have seen it make its debut to the iPad. Users [...]Read More →
On May 28, 2012 By Charles Tian
You may have heard the news a few weeks back about Facebook purchasing the popular Photo app Instagram for $1 billion. Well now, Facebook has also launched their own photo app on the iOS app store, called “Facebook Camera.” The app reportedly allows users to take photos using the built in camera on their iOS [...]Read More →
Axis is the latest solution by Yahoo! for a web browser on the iOS platform that hopes to work seamlessly with their desktop counterparts, implementing a bookmark system that will allow users to install an extension on their Safari, Firefox, or Google Chrome desktop web browser and syncing bookmarks over the cloud back to the [...]Read More →
For people who deal with dyslexia, browsing the web may be a daunting task. Every website has different fonts, different background colors, etc, all of which stray the reader from what’s actually important: the content. However, a new app recently released on the App Store called Dyslite claims to make reading on your iPhone or [...]Read More →
On December 12, 2011 By Charles Tian
Microsoft OneNote, the software that comes with Microsoft’s office suite used as an (aptly-named) note taking tool, has today hit the iPad after previously being released for just the iPhone/iPod Touch. The iPad app comes with quite a sleep interface, with a great user interface as well as the ability to sync notes using wifi. OneNote is free, but only for creating and editing up to 500 notes. If you think 500 won’t be enough for you, you can unlock unlimited notes through an in-app purchase.Read More →