It is simply not possible to remember everything we experience each day, and yet everything we do and see impacts us. What if there existed a simple and beautiful way to ensure that any and all experiences we deem to be important are stored forever, waiting to be called upon at any time? Day One by Bloom Built is an iPhone and iPad app that does exactly that.
Another day, another batch of awesome paid iPhone and iPad apps that can be downloaded for free if you act fast. Different app makers are constantly offering their paid apps for free in an effort to drum up some extra interest, but sifting through all of those apps can be a tiring task. Luckily, BGR is happy to do the heavy lifting for you. Today we have six nifty apps to tell you about, but remember: These sales often last for just a short time, so be sure to act quickly if you see anything you like. More →
June is almost over but there are still some awesome deals on great iPhone and iPad apps that can be enjoyed before the second half of the year is upon us. Today, we have three nifty apps to share with you that typically sell for a combined value of $13, but they can all be had for free if you act fast and download them as soon as possible. More →
IPhone and iPad users looking for a simple solution that will allow them to mirror their iOS device’s displays on any Windows or Mac computer now have a terrific new option in Mirroring360. Just announced by Splashtop, this nifty app does one thing and it does it quite well: It uses AirPlay to stream anything and everything that might be displayed on your iPhone or iPad’s screen to your desktop or laptop PC. More →
Hearthstone took the gaming world by storm this year when it launched on the iPad, ushering in thousands of new players and topping the charts on the App Store for weeks. There’s no question that Blizzard’s take on the collectible card game has been a phenomenon, but Hearthstone is about to take another step forward with the release of its biggest content update ever on PC and iPad, featuring 30 new cards and a brand new single-player adventure mode called Curse of Naxxramas. More →
The calendar app is one of the most important apps on any smartphone and since iOS 7 first launched, Apple’s iOS calendar has left much to be desired. Luckily, Apple has built the best mobile software ecosystem in the world, so there are dozens of great third-party calendars to choose from. We have covered several different calendar options here on BGR in the past, but today we want to bring your attention to one in particular that is unlike any other iOS calendar app you’ve ever used. More →
Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell have discovered a way to steal iPad passwords with help of camera-equipped devices, Wired reports, including Google Glass, the iPhone 5s, a Samsung smartwatch and a Logitech webcam. To make this work, though, you’ll also need to install software onto your device that takes into account the tablet’s geometric position and is able to track the shadows of finger taps on the screen. More →
Users who want to delete data on their iOS devices and make sure it never comes back should check out a handy iOS app called Kruptos that happens to be available free of charge right now. However, many iOS users may be wondering how to solve the exact opposite problem where they accidentally delete photos or files and are looking for a way to recover them. That’s where PhoneRescue, a new Mac and Windows app coming from iMobie, can come in handy. More →
Friday… what better day is there to enjoy some awesome paid apps that have just been made available for free for a limited time? To be fair, every day is a good day for an app sale, and we try to point out great apps that go one sale as often as we can. Today we have some particularly nifty options for you and as always, if you see anything that looks appealing you should click through the download link and grab it as soon as you can. These are all limited-time sales and there’s no telling when they’ll be over. More →
Star Wars fans who can’t wait for the latest movie in the saga to come out can test their own movie and story-telling skills with a new Disney app for iPad that lets users make their own Star Wars movies. Called Star Wars Scene Maker and available as a free download from the App Store, the app lets users create their own scenes, select their favorite characters, and even control the action and the dialogue before recording everything. More →
Apple’s partnership with GT Advanced Technologies isn’t a secret anymore, with the latter expected to provide sapphire crystal to Apple for various purposes related to the company’s iPhone, iPad and iWatch production. And now it looks like GT will have two plants growing sapphire glass for Apple. More →
Halfbrick is one of the most consistently great iOS game developers in the industry, so you’d be foolish to pass up on this limited time offer. As of this week, every Halfbrick game has gone temporarily free on the App Store, from the classic Fruit Ninja to the recently released Colossatron. The other free titles include Shrek crossover Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots, endless runner Monster Dash, the sea creature-tossing Fish Out Of Water and the bullet-riddled Age of Zombies. More →
Dozens of paid apps are made available for free for a limited time each day as developers fight for exposure, but only a small handful — if that — are worthy of your attention. Sometimes it’s because they offer great functionality, sometimes it’s because they feature beautiful designs, and sometimes it’s because they offer tremendous value.
Today, we have three paid apps to tell you about that each hit one or more of these important points, and they’re all available to download for free right now. As is always the case, however, these sales are only available for a limited time. If you see something you like, be sure to download it right away. More →