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by on January 2nd, 2013

Weather you are new to iOS or been an old user, customizing iOS had been/will be a tough task for you. Without jail breaking your device, there isn’t much you could do. One of the first thing’s i did on my old iPhone when i got it was that i jailbreaked it, and the thing i did after that was that i installed an app “Make it mine” from cydia which allowed me to change the carrier description. The modification might not seem that massive but it’s these little joys that you like to show off if you have an iPhone. If you have a iPhone and don’t rely on jailbreak(s) then there is a method for you to change the carrier logo without it.

by on April 9th, 2011

Since the release of iPad 2, almost every app that first upgraded to iPad has now upgraded to use the enhanced features of iPad 2 – mainly the dual cameras and the fast processor. iPad has surely changed the way we used to read. With it’s slick easy-to-handle form factor, you can read with great ease and with it’s 10-hour long battery life, you don’t have to worry about recharging when on long journeys. I am going to list 5 iPad 2 apps that will make your reading experience pleasurable.

by on March 14th, 2011

How about replacing your car’s in-built audio and navigation system with the new iPad2? One company that modifies cars to place custom audio systems or as we call it ‘pimping up your car’ – managed to squeeze in an iPad2 into the dashboard of Ford’s F150.

by on February 26th, 2011

The last couple of years have seen a resurgence in the popularity of 3D technology, largely due to Hollywood movie studios cracking down on movie piracy by offering something that the pirates cannot replicate. While many have seen the resurrection of 3D glasses at cinemas as little more than a gimmick, there is no denying that with recent technological improvements 3D has become hugely popular again. So much so that it is now migrating to other areas of the technological and entertainment world.

by on January 18th, 2011

This must be annoying for a lot of people. Watching a video on your iPhone or iPod touch or iPad and all of a sudden the lock screen appears and the video is paused. You will either have to increase the wait time of your lock screen or let it go altogether which is what I did with my iPod touch. But with this new app available on Cydia, you can continue to watch the video even when the lock screen appears.

by on January 13th, 2011

Apple released Beta 1 of iOS 4.3 SDK for iPod touch and iPad as well as Apple TV late Wednesday night.  There are some exciting additions to the iOS 4.3 like the multi-touch gesture support which will replace the Home button in iPad, new video effects for video recording and the confirmation that CDMA based iPad is also on it's way! Here's a summarized version of what has been added in the new beta:

by on December 30th, 2010


iPad 2 is (rumored) to be released in the first quarter of 2011. Apple has so far sold 16 million iPad units since it’s launch and it controls around 70% of the tablet PC market right now. Needless to say, iPad is a huge hit (in a positive way for Apple and negative way for Microsoft). Out of these 16 million iPad units sold, about 10.5 million units are iPad 3G models which proves that users want internet connectivity all the time and connectivity should not be tied to the availability of the Wi-Fi network.

by on December 30th, 2010

Before this year closes, make sure you get all of at least most of these really useful apps on your iPad. Currently there are more then a million apps listed on the App Store and you will find a couple of lists around the web listing some essential apps in different categories. In this article I have compiled a list of apps categorically put in News, Music, Gaming, Reading and a bunch of other categories. If there’s an app you think is missing from the list and should be added in the essentials list then do suggest!

by on December 25th, 2010

Earlier this year, Steve Jobs was grilled at the D8 regarding the faulty iPhone 4 antenna and he was not sure whether his engineers will come up with a fix. Initially, around the release of iPhone 4 when hundreds of thousands of users reported that they could not maintain their phone call for more then 30 seconds even in areas where they’re good coverage, Apple denied all that, blaming AT&T’s overcrowded networks but with time it became clear that iPhone 4 has some antenna issues.

by on December 25th, 2010

Here’s a Christmas present for the Angry Birds addicts. The new update version 1.5.0 adds a whole lot of new features, the most prominent of which are the 15 new levels added so that you won’t run out of levels.

by on October 16th, 2010

Amazon’s Kindle now has a deadly competitor in the shape of Apple iPad. With its release, not only has it gripped the mobile entertainment industry in it’s sharp yet elegant claws but has also hit the market that was once ruled by Amazon’s flagship eReader: Kindle. With Apple’s iPad you can read all your favorite books, magazines and news papers in the popular PDF and ePub formats. Transferring these files to iPad and then managing them is what Xilisoft’s iPad PDF Transfer tool lets you do in a very nice and easy to use way.

by on October 16th, 2010

With iPad, you can watch videos, lectures, music and movies on the go or even when at home, iPad users mostly tend to skip their desktop to get the mobile entertainment experience with iPad. To get the same multimedia experience on your iPad, it’s required that you convert all your multimedia to an iPad supported video format before you could view it on your iPad. This is where Video converters come in and with Xilisoft’s iPad Video Converter, this has become really easy now.

by on August 31st, 2010

Hotmail has announced the support of Push notifications for it’s Mail, Calendar and Contacts for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with the support of Exchange ActiveSync. With the support of Exchange ActiveSync, you can now keep your emails, contacts and calendar items updates which means anytime you check, delete or send out a new email, it will be synced with the web version of hotmail in no time. Previously, you had to access the web version of hotmail and syncing it just like you do with your Gmail on iPhone/iPad was not possible.

by on July 11th, 2010

Hulu Plus that was recently released by Hulu for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad was the only way to stream Hulu content (classic and new TV series) on your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad but the problem is its cost. Hulu Plus is expensive and even more for premium Hulu content for which you have to pay monthly subscription fee of $9.99. This problem will be solved very soon when PlayOn releases it’s app for iPhone and iPad.

by on July 11th, 2010

Frash is the name of the Flash port for iPad developed by Comex (famous for his recent iPhone 4 Jailbreak solution). With Frash you can view almost any Flash content rght on your iPad including popular social games like Farmville, Fishville etc. The current version of Frash does not support Flash video content which is expected in the next release.