Facebook has updated their iOS app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch taking it to version 5.1which brings photo filters and multi photo uploads. Facebook has been taking full advantage of their Instagram acquisition. First, they introduced Instagram web profiles and now they have integrated photo filters in to their native app for iOS.
Instagram has begun rolling out web profiles allowing users to showcase their photos taken with Instagram app on iOS or Android smartphones. The web profiles make it easier for users to discover each others photos and additionally allowing users to follow people, comment & like photos as well as edit their profile easily and directly from the web.
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The past few days haven’t been the best ones for Apple. The company failed to comply with a UK court ruling recently where Apple was told to apologize to Samsung with an official statement on its website. And now as per various reports, it looks like Google’s Android is slowly and steadily eroding Apple’s popularity in the smartphone and tablet markets. Continue Reading
Apple released iOS 6.0.1 just a while ago which has been followed up with a release of iOS 6.1 beta as well as Xcode 4.6 beta. iOS 6.1 beta has a few updates for Maps, Safari and Passbook while there are some SDK updates for Map Kit. Find out more about each item after the jump.
Apple has just rolled out iOS 6.0.1 OTA update for all devices currently running iOS 6. The update has special focus on the latest iOS devices such as iPhone 5 and 5th generation iPod Touch and contains the following fixes
After announcing this updated many weeks back, Google has finally released the voice search update for their iOS app. This update brings Google Now like voice search capability to the app along with support for iPhone 5. The update Google search app for iOS uses Google Knowledge Graph to provide smart and contextual search results which blow Siri out of the water in most cases. Continue Reading
After the huge success of Tweetie, a Twitter Client for iOS (which was later purchased by Twitter), its developer, Loren Brichter has come up with a new addictive word puzzler game for iOS called Letterpress. Continue Reading
GTA Vice City has been a very popular game for PC and gaming consoles alike. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the game, Rockstar announced that they will bring their most popular game in the GTA series to iOS and Android devices. Back in June this year, Rockstar released GTA III for iOS and Android devices on its 10th anniversary.
It is indeed a very good news for mobile gamers especially those who have played GTA Vice City on PCs or PS2 as now they will be able to explore 80’s Miami again but this time on their iOS or Android devices. GTA Vice City will feature the same experience as the original one with high resolution graphics. Along with the game, Rockstar will be releasing a new Anniversary trailer and never-before-seen artwork from the game.
No details on the price and exact release date have yet been revealed by Rockstar but we expect it will cost the same as GTA III when it went on sale i.e. $4.99 on both platforms.
Apple unveiled a new version of iBooks at the special event held on October 23rd in San Jose, California. The new version, iBooks 3.0, comes with many new features and options including improved iCloud support, new vertical scrolling and much more. Find out more details after the break!
Rovio recently unveiled their latest upcoming release titled, Angry Birds Star Wars. As evident form the title, Rovio is teaming with Lucas to release this new version and it will contain quiet a few elements from their Angry Birds Space game. To keep the hype and excitement to extreme levels, Rovio has release a teaser trailer for the new game. Check it out after the jump! Continue Reading