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BBC Sport app adds push notifications for football clubs, follow your team as the season ends

BBC Sport app adds push notifications for football clubs, follow your team as the season ends

By 14 April 2014

The BBC Sport applications for iOS and Android now include notifications for over 150 domestic football teams. You can sign up in-app to receive automatic push alerts for breaking news, including kick-off, goals, half-time score and result. In addition,... >>

Zeebox relaunched as Beamly, just watch out if you've not seen Game of Thrones Season 4 episode 2 yet

Zeebox relaunched as Beamly, just watch out if you've not seen Game of Thrones Season 4 episode 2 yet

By 14 April 2014

The second screen TV companion app formerly known as Zeebox has relaunched with new features, a new look and, most importantly, a new name. Available for iOS and Android, Beamly remains a second screen social networking application for TV shows, but... >>

A week in reviews: 7 - 11 April

A week in reviews: 7 - 11 April

By 12 April 2014

Phone season is upon us. As is the Samsung Galaxy S5 which you can go and buy in the shops right now. But is it worth it, and can it better the HTC One (M8) which also landed around the globe this very week? We've got the full review on the site for your... >>

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff hits iPhone, iPad and Android, and yes it is like The Simpsons: Tapped Out

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff hits iPhone, iPad and Android, and yes it is like The Simpsons: Tapped Out

By 11 April 2014

The mobile game of Family Guy is now available as a free download for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android and as expected it has some gameplay elements that are similar to another Fox licensed game, The Simpsons: Tapped Out. The publisher and developer... >>

Most addictive games for iPhone and iPad you might not have tried: Football Chairman, Threes and more

Most addictive games for iPhone and iPad you might not have tried: Football Chairman, Threes and more

By 10 April 2014

We have to admit, we're spending some serious time with Football Chairman on the iPad at the moment. The game is as addictive as chocolate-covered Jelly Belly jelly beans and it's obvious when you look at Twitter or the iTunes charts that we're not alone.... >>

Sonos adds Google Play Music to speakers, lets you control system from Google Play app

Sonos adds Google Play Music to speakers, lets you control system from Google Play app

By 10 April 2014

Sonos has added Google Play Music to its list of streaming services available on the multi-room speaker system. The deal will see the Google run music service available to Sonos users for the first time. And in a move that shows what could be in store... >>

Trials Frontier hits iPhone and iPad for free, genuine Trials gameplay on mobile

Trials Frontier hits iPhone and iPad for free, genuine Trials gameplay on mobile

By 10 April 2014

Ubisoft and RedLynx have released the first official Trials game for iOS. Available as a free download, Trial Frontier features the same, hugely addictive gameplay as Trials HD and Trials Evolution, but with an art style and theme all of its own. It's... >>

Monument Valley review (iPad/iPhone)

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,... >>

Monument Valley: Behind the scenes with ustwo's latest game

Monument Valley: Behind the scenes with ustwo's latest game

By 31 March 2014

Monument Valley is a new iPhone and iPad game from ustwo, the makers of Whale Trail, that sees you navigate a girl called Ida through a series of puzzles inspired by M C Escher. We visited the company's studio in Shoreditch, London, to speak with the... >>

Why Apple is happy to promote Office for iPad - it's getting a cut

Why Apple is happy to promote Office for iPad - it's getting a cut

By 27 March 2014

Apple began promoting Microsoft's release of Office for iPad to the iTunes App Store on Thursday with a headlining image touting the apps' launch. It may seem a bit odd for Apple to do this, given its own iWork suite is made available, but when money... >>