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OS X Yosemite Continuity and Handoff review: You can put your phone away, but not completely
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OS X Yosemite Continuity and Handoff review: You can put your phone away, but not completely

By 16 October 2014

Continuity. It's a word you are likely to hear a lot of from Apple over the coming weeks and months. But what does it mean, and why should you care? Seen in the bigger picture, it is the move by Apple to connect all your devices together. Whether that's... >>

Mac OS X Yosemite review
Apps 4.5 out of 5

Mac OS X Yosemite review

By 16 October 2014

Apple's new operating system, OS X Yosemite, has arrived with a number of design and feature changes in tow and the promise of being the best version of OS X yet. But it is really that simple? Can it really be just a case of pressing the download button... >>

Ever wanted to play at Wembley? App update will now put your name on the scoreboard
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Ever wanted to play at Wembley? App update will now put your name on the scoreboard

By 24 September 2014

An update to the official app for Wembley Stadium is coming at the start of October and a new section will be added that will give you more access to social media functions and other features. It will also give you the opportunity to have a message beamed... >>

Turn your swanky new iPhone 6 images into old school gaming screens with Retrospecs
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Turn your swanky new iPhone 6 images into old school gaming screens with Retrospecs

By 17 September 2014

Retrospecs for the iPhone and iPad is a photography app that no fan of old school gaming should go without. It turns any picture taken or from the gallery into a screengrab from a number of computers of yesteryear. Want an 8-bit snap of Gran? Sorted.... >>

Blinkbox movies review
Apps 4 out of 5

Blinkbox movies review

By 15 August 2014

Many are choosing to look for streaming solutions for TV and movies rather than buying physical solutions to watch their favourites. The big names are familiar, with Netflix offering a subscription-only model where you can watch as much as you like, but... >>

Android Wear review
Apps 4 out of 5

Android Wear review

By 17 July 2014

Android Wear is a new platform for smartwatches designed to put the power of Google's Android onto your wrist. It keeps you always connected by delivering tailored alerts from your smartphone, but also acts as a point of input for interaction with your... >>

Hands-on: Slingshot app by Facebook (for iPhone) review
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Hands-on: Slingshot app by Facebook (for iPhone) review

By 18 June 2014

Facebook has introduced a new app called Slingshot for Android and iOS. The app is limited to the US at the moment, but it combines quick messaging with the ability to create fun photos and videos. You've probably heard this already, but we should repeat... >>

Hands-on: Skype for iPhone 5.0 review
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Hands-on: Skype for iPhone 5.0 review

By 12 June 2014

Skype has overhauled its iPhone app, Skype for iPhone 5.0, with a new design, new features, and the promise of being considerably faster for those using it. Pocket-lint was given access ahead of the official rollout to use it in a real environment and... >>

BBC Sport World Cup edition for Android and iOS pictures and hands-on
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BBC Sport World Cup edition for Android and iOS pictures and hands-on

By 7 May 2014

The BBC has unveiled its digital content strategy for the World Cup in Brazil this summer and Pocket-lint had a chance to take a look at how the BBC Sport app for Android, iPhone and iPad will deliver what the BBC is calling its most extensive coverage... >>

Monument Valley review (iPad/iPhone)
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Monument Valley review (iPad/iPhone)

By 8 April 2014

It's rare that you see a game for £2.49 in the App store. It's a also rare that you see a game in the Apple App store that isn't about continuous play or sucking your bank account dry with in-app purchases, ways to complete the level with little effort,... >>