Today’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free includes some real gems, like one of our favorite cloud streaming apps as well as a game from one of the most popular mobile gaming franchises in history. Is that not enough for you? Be sure to check yesterday’s post, which includes a few app sales that haven’t ended yet! More →
We got an above average amount of positive feedback on yesterday’s post covering paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, so we have some good news: several of those apps are still on sale for free right now, and you can grab them if you hurry. Now, we have even better news: Today’s list packs nine more paid iOS apps on sale for free. More →
Apple has a long and, sadly, uneventful history with Liquidmetal. The promising and shockingly strong material has so far been used only in small iPhone components, but now it has finally made its way to a smartphone housing. Unfortunately for Apple fans, there’s still no sign of a Liquidmetal iPhone. Instead, an Android handset called the Turing Phone is set to become the first ever smartphone to sport a liquid metal case when it launches in the coming weeks. More →
Apple’s iPhone operating system started out so painfully simple that many smartphone users at the time just laughed. As it turned out, the world was dying for a simpler operating system for phones, and Apple’s iPhone flipped the industry on its head.
It’s been a long time since the iPhone was first introduced though, and Apple’s mobile software has continued to grow more complex each year. The world has grown accustomed to iOS, of course, so adding new features and flushing out existing functionality is a necessity.
But in the process, some pretty cool things get lost in the shuffle. More →
Motorola’s Moto Hint is definitely one of the most interesting Bluetooth headsets around, or at least that used to be the case until Dot arrived. The device is an even smaller headset compatible with the iPhone and Android handsets – Dot is dubbed the world’s smallest Bluetooth headset on Kickstarter, where it has almost reached $300,000 in pledges soon after launch. More →
Addiction isn’t the only side-effect of owning a smart gadget such as a phone or tablet. The more we use them, especially phones, the more we’re endangering our health. Various studies have already shown the negative effects these devices have on our posture, and there’s even a neurological condition that can be caused by overusing a smartphone.
Today is July 10th, and we’re celebrating by sharing 10 paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free for a limited time. Today’s list has something for everyone, and it’s our biggest list of the week. If 10 isn’t enough for you though, you can always head back to yesterday’s post, where there are still a few paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. More →
There’s an old and unwritten rule in advertising which states that a market leading company should never reference competitors by name. This is why you don’t often, if ever, see Coke mention or even reference Pepsi, or McDonald’s reference Burger King.
Similarly, with the iPhone controlling the high-end of the smartphone market for years on end now, most of Apple’s advertising efforts have focused on what users can accomplish with their device rather than taking potshots at Android handsets. On the flip side, it seems as if Samsung can’t go 3 months without releasing some sort of anti-iPhone ads.
The iPhone has never been on par with the competition when it comes to internal components on paper, but Apple manages to beat rivals consistently when it comes to overall performance. The Cupertino-based smartphone maker improves the iPhone’s hardware each year at its own pace, although it also set some standards in the industry, including having launched the first mass-market phone with a 64-bit mobile processor.
Wednesday’s list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free was a fantastic one, but Thursday is a brand new day with a brand new list of apps. We have nine fresh iOS apps for you today, and they’re spread across a wide range of categories so there’s something for everyone.
Microsoft announced massive restructuring plans for its mobile division earlier this week, which come with an equally impressive write-off. But that doesn’t mean Microsoft is ready to admit it has lost the battle with iPhone and Android just yet. The company will continue to manufacture Windows handsets in the coming years, focusing on three categories of smartphones, and severely limiting the number of new releases. More →