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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 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 April 10th, 2010


The war between Adobe and Apple seems to be raging. With the release of iPhone OS4, the developer agreement now includes a complete section on which applications will be considered for inclusion into the App Store and Apple has specifically stated that “…only application written ORGINALLY in C++,  Objecttive C or JS” will be considered as iPhone apps. The rest can simply go to hell. Steve Jobs has seriously gone insane. period.

by on February 9th, 2010

Adobe was really pissed when iPad was announced without the support for Flash format. For us, that mean 80% of the video content on the web will not be available on iPad just like it’s not available on iPhone and iPod touch. But Adobe seems to have found a way around the problem by releasing iPhone packager with their next major release of Adobe Flash CS5.

by on September 2nd, 2008

Basically, the iTunes Store has grown so large that it's difficult to find what you're after. Type something into the search field and you'll see results for albums, podcasts, movies, TV season, apps and more. Stop the insanity!

by on August 21st, 2008

A series of images making the rounds on the Internet this week as 'leaked' screenshots of an upcoming Nike+ application for the iPhone and iPod touch are not authentic, AppleInsider has learned.

And to think, we actually believed that Nike and Apple were this close to delivering the long-awaited running application for the iPhone. While it was widely reported that these shots were indeed the real deal, AppleInsider is pointing out a chink in the armor: Cupertino doesn't offer iPhone developers a programming interface for accessing one's music, yet this mysterious program clearly showed someone listening to Chris Martin and friends (an unreleased song, evidently) while attempting to make it to 0.02km. The take away? It's still pretty likely that the two outfits are working to create a fitness program for the App Store, but those screenshots ain't it.