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Don't like ads in your Instagram stream? Try these five alternative apps

Don't like ads in your Instagram stream? Try these five alternative apps

By 24 September 2014

Facebook-owned Instagram has begun piping ads into Brits' photostreams, almost a year after it launched a similar ad platform in the US. When Instagram fell under Facebook's wing, the Instagram community got all riled up by the idea of its popular photo-sharing... >>

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

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... >>

Smarter calling apps like Talko will replace normal calls: Tag chat sections, live share files and more

Smarter calling apps like Talko will replace normal calls: Tag chat sections, live share files and more

By 23 September 2014

We thought the phone call had died long ago when text messages took to the fore. But it looks like talking to your mates is about to become the norm once more, if new smart call apps have anything to do with it. Former Microsoft chief software architect,... >>

OneDrive offering 30GB free cloud storage for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone

OneDrive offering 30GB free cloud storage for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone

By 20 September 2014

Microsoft is offering 30GB of OneDrive space for free, as it makes a major play to snap up those storing photos in the cloud. Pitching the limited offer directly at iPhone owners, Microsoft says on the OneDrive blog: "For those getting ready to install... >>

Apple iCloud Drive launches for Windows PC before Mac version does

Apple iCloud Drive launches for Windows PC before Mac version does

By 19 September 2014

Although iCloud Drive became official when iOS 8 rolled out, OS X won't support the new feature until Apple releases OS X Yosemite sometime this autumn. Mac users therefore must wait. Windows PC users however can apparently get access now...before Mac... >>

Microsoft Office 16 goes dark, if these leaked screengrabs are anything to go by

Microsoft Office 16 goes dark, if these leaked screengrabs are anything to go by

By 18 September 2014

Microsoft has been working on the next version of Office for Windows, codenamed Office 16, and newly-leaked screenshots of the software reveal the company is planning to go darker in terms of design colours. According to The Verge, Microsoft is privately... >>

Just Dance Now lets you boogie on down in the street

Just Dance Now lets you boogie on down in the street

By 18 September 2014

Following the app's unveiling at E3 in June, Just Dance Now will release as a game for mobile devices later this month. Developer Ubisoft has described the game as an "all-new Just Dance mobile experience". It is considered the most accessible version... >>

iOS 8 HealthKit issues see fitness apps withdrawn from iTunes App Store

iOS 8 HealthKit issues see fitness apps withdrawn from iTunes App Store

By 18 September 2014

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... >>

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 18 September 2014

Apple has rolled out iOS 8, meaning several games are currently updating for the new operating system. One of which is Gameloft's Asphalt 8: Airborne which has been rehashed to support the new iOS 8 feature Metal. So now the racing title now looks better... >>

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 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.... >>