iPad apps

Latest

Flappy Bird may return to iOS and Android, says developer

Flappy Bird may return to iOS and Android, says developer

By 11 March 2014

If you're tired of all those Flappy Bird alternatives, you may be in luck, as Flappy Bird could be landing back on your handset.   Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen revealed to Rolling Stone that he's considering bringing back the highly-addictive game. ... >>

Square Enix 99p iOS and Android sale includes Deus Ex: The Fall and Tomb Raider

Square Enix 99p iOS and Android sale includes Deus Ex: The Fall and Tomb Raider

By 6 March 2014

Square Enix has slashed the prices of some of its major mobile games. From today until Monday 10 March, you can get Deus Ex: The Fall for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android for just 99p. It originally came out for £4.99. In addition, Tomb Raider... >>

OnLive: iOS is coming, but we have to get the technology right first

OnLive: iOS is coming, but we have to get the technology right first

By 5 March 2014

OnLive still plans to introduce an iOS portal for its cloud gaming service. It claimed to be working on an iPad and iPhone application when it announced the Android version at the tail end of 2011, but as the months dragged on, the app failed to appear.... >>

Beyond the Screen iPad app uses sound recognition to sync with Simon Pegg's Cornetto Trilogy

Beyond the Screen iPad app uses sound recognition to sync with Simon Pegg's Cornetto Trilogy

By 4 March 2014

NBCUniversal has teamed with Stereo for an iPad companion app designed to give you more info about Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and director Edgar Wright's Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy than ever before. Beyond the Screen will launch officially on Friday and... >>

European Commission holding talks with Apple, Google over in-app purchase policy

European Commission holding talks with Apple, Google over in-app purchase policy

By 27 February 2014

The European Commission will be holding talks with Google, Apple and others in the industry on Thursday and Friday to iron out rules for in-app purchases. The talks come after reports saying children are making in-app purchases without parent's permission,... >>

Google closes Currents news reader, pushing users to Google Play Newsstand instead

Google closes Currents news reader, pushing users to Google Play Newsstand instead

By 20 February 2014

Google has officially closed its Currents news reader app for Android, available since December 2011.  Google isn't leaving news junkies out to dry however, pushing Currents users over to the newer Google Play Newsstand app.  In version 2.3 of... >>

Flock off Flappy, Apple and Google no longer interested in Flappy Bird clones

Flock off Flappy, Apple and Google no longer interested in Flappy Bird clones

By 17 February 2014

The Flappy Bird saga has almost run its course. The game was removed from app stores by its creator Dong Nguyen and although we never really found out the real reasons why - we still don't buy that it was because it was "too addictive" - even the flood... >>

Microsoft tipped to release Office for iPad in first half of 2014

Microsoft tipped to release Office for iPad in first half of 2014

By 15 February 2014

Microsoft plans to release its Office for iPad app to users in the first half of 2014, according to ZDNet. Reports have pegged the release of the Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote app towards autumn of 2014 in the past, but now according to "sources"... >>

CBeebies Playtime update brings dinosaurs to life on your smartphone or tablet

CBeebies Playtime update brings dinosaurs to life on your smartphone or tablet

By 13 February 2014

The BBC has updated the CBeebies Playtime app, giving your little ones the chance to join in with Andy's Dinosaur Adventures. With this latest update, the app will tie in to the new programming on the CBeebies channel, Andy's Dinosaur Adventures. In the... >>

Nintendo not responsible for the death of Flappy Bird

Nintendo not responsible for the death of Flappy Bird

By 11 February 2014

When Nguyen Ha Dong announced his intention to remove hit free game Flappy Bird from the iTunes and Google Play app stores, not only did it cause a fuss, it also provoked a widespread rumour that Nintendo was the real culprit behind the move. Nguyen claimed... >>