iPad apps archive

  • Tech Deal: Great British Chefs iOS app gets lunchtime special price
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    Tech Deal: Great British Chefs iOS app gets lunchtime special price

    By 16 September 2011

    Former App of the Day, Great British Chefs - Recipes has been given a price-cut with the app now up for grabs at £2.49 on the iPhone and the iPad. The sale lasts until Monday 19 September, meaning you could snap it up now and enjoy some tasty nosh over...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Dynamic English Lessons review (iPhone)
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    APP OF THE DAY: Dynamic English Lessons review (iPhone)

    By 14 September 2011

    Language, as a rule, is dab-handy, allowing us to instigate all manner of different ideas and concepts that would otherwise remain a unexpressed trace in the human mind. There are many to choose from: Spanish, Chinese; the highly complex Tuyuca language....

  • APP OF THE DAY: Crimson: Steam Pirates review (iPad)
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    APP OF THE DAY: Crimson: Steam Pirates review (iPad)

    By 13 September 2011

    There are few around today who remember The Violet Blade, Sky One's dashing videator who sailed away into the sunset after the final series of the first run of Games World. And there are even fewer that know what happened to the "salty old dog of the...

  • How the iPad is changing the face of music
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    How the iPad is changing the face of music

    By 12 September 2011

    Android may be catching up fast, but it was the iPad that made the tablet a must-have piece of kit for any self-respecting gadget aficionado. For the while, at least, the iPad continues to lead the charge and, though its games, web browsing and playing...

  • iPhone Facebook update hints at iPad app delay
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    iPhone Facebook update hints at iPad app delay

    By 7 September 2011

    Facebook has launched an updated version of its iPhone app (version 3.5) which brings in a whole host of changes, tying the mobile app in-line with the recently announced Google+ style options and security features. But one thing that is a bit disappointing...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Contre Jour HD review (iPad / iPhone)
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    APP OF THE DAY: Contre Jour HD review (iPad / iPhone)

    By 5 September 2011

    Ever since Angry Birds, everybody has been looking for the "next Angry Birds". Even Angry Birds developer Rovio has struggled to find the "next Angry Birds" with its next Angry Birds - Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio. And if that opening statement...

  • Channel 4's 4oD comes to iPhone
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    Channel 4's 4oD comes to iPhone

    By 2 September 2011

    Channel 4 has announced that you can now get its 4oD service on the iPhone, thanks to the launch of a new app on Friday after months of waiting.  The new 4oD CatchUp app will now let iPhone owners as well as iPad users view Channel 4’s catch-up TV...

  • Sky News iPad app paywall goes up, now £4.99 a month for non-Sky subscribers
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    Sky News iPad app paywall goes up, now £4.99 a month for non-Sky subscribers

    By 2 September 2011

    The Sky News iPad app has been so successful that Sky has now decided to cut the free trial; as it said it would when it launched earlier in the year, forcing the 500,000 who’ve downloaded the app to either sign up or miss out. "I believe we've created...

  • TomTom iPad app pictures and hands-on
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    TomTom iPad app pictures and hands-on

    By 2 September 2011

    The TomTom iPad app is fairly fantastic. We know this at Pocket-lint because we were lucky enough to get our hands on the software at IFA 2011. Naturally, we can't tell you how good it is at getting you from A to B, which is why we use the word "fairly",...

  • Halo maker Bungie now an iPad app developer
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    Halo maker Bungie now an iPad app developer

    By 2 September 2011

    Famed Halo developer Bungie has joined the iPad app brigade with its game Crimson: Steam Pirates. The application sees you guiding ships through turn-based gameplay and attacking both water, land and aerial enemies. It has a slight tower defence feel,...

  • TomTom for iPad: satnav goes big screen
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    TomTom for iPad: satnav goes big screen

    By 1 September 2011

    TomTom has announced that it’s launching an iPad version of its TomTom navigation software at this year’s IFA in Berlin, Germany. The app, which has been reworked to fit the larger screen of the Apple tablet, will offer the same functionality as...

  • Spotify opens up for iOS developers
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    Spotify opens up for iOS developers

    By 31 August 2011

    Some pretty cool Spotify-powered apps could be coming the way of your iPhone or iPad, thanks to the music streaming giant opening its doors to iOS developers. Libspotify for iOS will allow clever app makers to include Spotify features within their apps....

  • Are apps dead? The FT thinks so
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    Are apps dead? The FT thinks so

    By 31 August 2011

    The Times, they are a changing. The Financial Times that is, as it's no longer available in app form through Apple's App Store after being pulled following a disagreement over bounties Apple wanted to collect from the UK newspaper.  Could the move spell...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Peppa Pig's Party Time review (iOS)
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    APP OF THE DAY: Peppa Pig's Party Time review (iOS)

    By 18 August 2011

    P-e-p-p-a P-i-g. If you’ve got young kids then chances aren’t you’ve just sung the first two words of this article and now have the tune from the kids cartoon about a pig and her family in your head for the rest of the day. Sorry about that.  As...

  • Skype WiFi gives you Access on your iPhone or iPad
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    Skype WiFi gives you Access on your iPhone or iPad

    By 18 August 2011

    Skype WiFi (the artist formerly known as Skype Access) has made its way to the App Store, meaning there's now a new way of getting you WLAN fix when out and about with your iPhone or iPad. Skype WiFi is a payment portal that works in partnership with...

  • APP OF THE DAY - The Warhol: D.I.Y. POP (iPhone)
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    APP OF THE DAY - The Warhol: D.I.Y. POP (iPhone)

    By 17 August 2011

    We've featured plenty of camera apps in App of the Day and we've even put together fully-fledged camera app round-ups for the iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7. We've covered everything from an app that renders your subject in lego bricks, to retro...

  • Best iPad apps for musicians
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    Best iPad apps for musicians

    By 16 August 2011

    The iPad's big, friendly screen and instantaneous swipe control, not to mention its portability, make it an excellent tool for musicians, whether that's for laying down and mixing tracks, tuning a guitar or simply horsing around on a set of virtual bongos....

  • APP OF THE DAY: Facebook Messenger review (iOS)
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    APP OF THE DAY: Facebook Messenger review (iOS)

    By 10 August 2011

    Facebook has, until recently, been a place where you shout about what you are doing; whereby friends will invariably reply by shouting back:"I did this" or "I did that". However, with everyone wanting a piece of the BlackBerry BBM pie and Apple about...

  • Boxee iPad app finally hits the App Store
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    Boxee iPad app finally hits the App Store

    By 9 August 2011

    Back in May, Boxee's VP of marketing, Andrew Kippen told Pocket-lint that the web-video specialist was hoping to have its iPad app landing "shortly" and it looks as if he's been true to his word with Boxee for iPad now hitting the App Store. The app has...

  • Hauppage app lets you watch live TV on iPad
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    Hauppage app lets you watch live TV on iPad

    By 8 August 2011

    Hauppage, well known for its PC television tuners, has released an app that allows you to push live TV from your home computer to your iPad via Wi-Fi and 3G.  The WinTV Extend for iPad app works with any of the Hauppage WinTV tuners. Until now users...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Jamie's Recipes for iPad review  (iPad)
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    APP OF THE DAY: Jamie's Recipes for iPad review (iPad)

    By 5 August 2011

    Fish on a Friday. That's what the priest who used to come to Pocket-lint's school used to preach. Well, that and some stuff about a nice carpenter called Jason. But fish needn't mean a bit of ropey old battered cod from the local chippie, it could mean...

  • Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad hands-on
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    Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad hands-on

    By 5 August 2011

    Having used and dismissed numerous iPad capacitive styluses (or styli, if you prefer), we were wondering if we'd ever find one that works with the tablet sufficiently, or whether we'd have to look at entirely different devices (HTC Flyer?) for applications...

  • Fling Joystick for iPad hands-on
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    Fling Joystick for iPad hands-on

    By 5 August 2011

    Simple but extremely effective, the Fling Joystick for iPad is similar in concept to the Joystick-it controller we featured on Pocket-lint back in March. However, there's one important difference, rather than resemble an arcade joystick, the Fling capably...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Cut The Rope Experiments review (iPhone and iPad)
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    APP OF THE DAY: Cut The Rope Experiments review (iPhone and iPad)

    By 4 August 2011

    Everyone loves Cut The Rope, it is one of the two classic addictive iPhone games that you can whip out and play when coming home on the tube.  However, completists and addicts rapidly found their CTR experience coming to an end after what was in fact...

  • APP OF THE DAY: Banksy-Locations review (iPhone)
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    APP OF THE DAY: Banksy-Locations review (iPhone)

    By 2 August 2011

    We've reviewed all sorts of apps here on Pocket-lint, ranging from social networking and photography to games and even an app that will point you in the direction of the nearest condom machine. Sometimes we like to get a bit arty and having previously...