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Asphalt 8: Airborne is first Metal ready game for iOS 8, and boy does it look lovely

Asphalt 8: Airborne is first Metal ready game for iOS 8, and boy does it look lovely

By 8 minutes ago

Apple has rolled out iOS 8, meaning several games are currently updating for the new iOS. Gameloft has just updated Asphalt 8: Airborne to support iOS 8 and a new feature called Metal. The racing title now looks better than ever, if that's even possible.... >>

HealthKit bug is stopping HealthKit apps from launching on time with iOS 8, says Apple

HealthKit bug is stopping HealthKit apps from launching on time with iOS 8, says Apple

By 2 hours ago

The public launch of iOS 8 this morning was not a smooth one, it seems. Apple has confirmed it found a bug that affects the launch of HealthKit-integrated apps. As first spotted by Financial Times, a just-discovered bug in Apple’s HealthKit, a major... >>

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

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

By 14 hours ago

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.... >>

SwiftKey keyboard for iOS 8 explored: How does it differ?

SwiftKey keyboard for iOS 8 explored: How does it differ?

By 23 hours ago

With the launch of iOS 8, Apple has introduced the ability to add third party keyboards to your iPhone and iPad. If you've got tired of the Apple keyboard compared to what your Android brothers and sisters use, now might be a good time to change it. That's... >>

iOS 8 will be a 'giant' release: How will it change my iPhone or iPad?

iOS 8 will be a 'giant' release: How will it change my iPhone or iPad?

By 16 September 2014

Apple's iOS 8 announced during Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote in San Francisco, is almost here, but with Apple calling it a "giant" release what can we expect from the new mobile operating system? So what changes can you expect? And what... >>

Microsoft OneNote app now out for Android Wear, uses 'OK Google' to record notes

Microsoft OneNote app now out for Android Wear, uses 'OK Google' to record notes

By 16 September 2014

Microsoft has a launched a version of OneNote for Android Wear devices and new functionality for the OneNote for iOS 8 app, but it hasn't yet announced a version of OneNote for Apple Watch. Starting today, anyone with an Android Wear-compatible smartwatch... >>

First we got FiftyThree's Paper and Pencil, now we get Mix collaborative creation tool

First we got FiftyThree's Paper and Pencil, now we get Mix collaborative creation tool

By 16 September 2014

FiftyThree, the developer behind iPad sketching app Paper and the complementary stylus Pencil, has now added Mix to the, er, mix. Mix is a collaboration cloud service similar to Adobe's Behance service, whereby Paper users can create projects together... >>

Tiiny app from Digg cofounder lets you post tiny pics and GIFs that later disappear

Tiiny app from Digg cofounder lets you post tiny pics and GIFs that later disappear

By 13 September 2014

The cofounder of Digg has a new photo app that's perfect for people who don't like to post photos or videos of themselves. It's called Tiiny. Tiiny has a simple interface that lets you capture a photo or 5-second-long GIF, with no sound. All your photos... >>

FiftyThree: Paper not coming to iPhone 6 Plus... for now

FiftyThree: Paper not coming to iPhone 6 Plus... for now

By 12 September 2014

Developer FiftyThree has confirmed to Pocket-lint that it won't be releasing its popular iPad-only drawing app Paper for the iPhone 6 Plus, even though the device has a big enough screen to benefit. "Paper is not available for the iPhone 6 Plus and I... >>

Vine and Evernote are among first Android apps for Chrome OS to land in Web Store

Vine and Evernote are among first Android apps for Chrome OS to land in Web Store

By 11 September 2014

The first Android apps for Chromebook are now available. Android apps like Duolingo, Evernote, Sight Words, and Vine have landed in the Chrome Web Store, essentially making your Chromebook more of an 'on-the-go' machine than you ever thought possible:... >>