Big app sale: 10 awesome paid iPhone apps on sale for free for a limited time
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Word With Friends, on the off chance you’re unfamiliar, is an extremely popular and addicting scrabble-eque mobile app for both iOS and Android. The game itself has been a top app on the App Store chart for years now as it provides a great way to pass the time, have some fun, and showcase one’s vocab prowess.
Now if you want to have a little bit of fun and perhaps shock a friend who always happens to get the best at you at Words With Friends, here’s a fun way to use the Terminal app in OS X to help you do just that.
In the fourth calendar quarter of 2014, Apple managed to earn more money than any company had ever earned before in a single quarter. The record-smashing quarter was driven by tremendous pent-up demand for iPhones with larger displays, as tens of millions of customers rushed to purchase the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
As it turns out, we’re still seeing ripples from that massive launch and now, we can plainly see just how serious a problem the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are for Android vendors. More →
A few days ago, Apple acknowledged the fact that the Apple Watch will not work properly on tattooed wrists, something users have discovered on their own. Specifically, the heart rate sensor placed on the back of the device might not be able to perform any readings depending on the ink used, and there’s really no way to have this issue fix.
Those of you who follow our daily lists of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free are in for a real treat today, because we have compiled our biggest list of the week. Wednesday’s post has 10 paid iOS apps on sale for free in total, and there really is something for everyone here.
Tim Cook said time and again that, for Apple, you are not the product. That’s to say Apple isn’t interested in harvesting your personal data with help of its devices and then sell it to third parties to generate revenue as some of its competitors do. But a new MIT Technology Review report reveals you and your data might be more important for Apple than you think. In fact, you might play an even more important role than you could ever imagine in Apple’s plans to make the iPhone an indispensable device. More →
Nearly three years after the original Kickstarter campaign came to a close, we finally have an official release window for the Oculus Rift. The team at Oculus VR took to their blog on Tuesday night to announce that the final version of the Oculus Rift will begin shipping to consumers in Q1 2016. More →
While it may lack the hype that surrounds competitors including the iPhone 6 or the Galaxy S6, Motorola’s Moto X should still be included on the short list of high-end smartphones that buyers should check out before choosing a new handset. The company has already launched two models, and a third-gen Moto X should be unveiled at some point later this year.
LG last week unveiled its 2015 flagship handset that’s supposed to take on the Galaxy S6, HTC One M9 and iPhone 6. Unlike competitors, LG is ready to let early buyers in the U.S. try its newest device well ahead of its official launch. The company has kicked off a special G4 Trial Program for the handset, posting a registration page on its website. More →
Google has started sending out Project Fi invites to some of the users who applied to get one, a happy customer revealed on Reddit. Google’s wireless carrier initiative was officially unveiled a few weeks ago, with the company setting up a special registration page where interested subscribers could sign up for invites. More →
Thinking about toy soldiers might conjure up fond memories from your childhood, but one photographer set out to reimagine the tiny toys by using them as inspiration to create stunning scenes that leave viewers questioning what they’re really seeing. More →
With the “Internet of Things” already ushering in a completely new world of device interaction, it’s no surprise that even mundane appliances like coffee makers are starting to come with built-in WiFi.
Looking to take the “Internet of Things” to even stranger new places, Samsung and Samsonite are reportedly working together to bring you smart luggage. While the notion of smart luggage, at first glance, seems somewhat preposterous, a few interesting use cases do present themselves.
When it comes to sandwiches, people are extremely particular. Whether it’s deciding what they want on their sandwich or which sandwich shops are the best in town, sandwich lovers are an all around passionate bunch.
Recently, a man in Chicago took his passion for sandwiches to a whole new level. DNAinfo reports today that a man in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago recently robbed a Subway sandwich shop with a knife before opting to walk across the street to a Potbellys and, surprise surprise, order a sandwich.