The weekend is over and you’re back in your office or in school, sitting there reading BGR while you should probably be getting things done. Don’t worry, we won’t tell your boss or your professor… instead, we’ll reward you with a great list of paid iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale for free for a limited time.
As always, be sure to grab anything of interest as soon as possible — especially the versatile widgets app that’s first on our list — because these sales could end at any moment. More →
As we’ve seen for years in the BGR comments section, debates between iPhone fans and Android fans can get pretty heated, although in most cases those debates devolve into accusing the other fan base of being rampant sex offenders, among other insults. Thankfully, to our knowledge none of these digital altercations has ever resulted in physical violence of any sort. The same cannot be said for two roommates who share an apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma and who were hospitalized Friday morning after stabbing one another during an argument over whether iOS or Android is better. More →
We’ve still got a few months left to wait before Halo 5: Guardians hits the Xbox One this fall, but in the meantime, 343 Industries has teamed up with Vanguard Games to bring a new top-down shooter to PC, iPhone, iPad and Windows Phone. Halo: Spartan Strike is the sequel to Spartan Assault (the first mobile entry in the Halo series), and it’s out right now. More →
If you’re on the hunt for solid paid iPhone and iPad that have gone on sale for free, you’ve come to the right place. Today’s list includes seven nifty paid iOS apps that are all completely free downloads for a limited time. And if you want to toss a few bonus apps onto the pile, there are still some paid iOS apps that are on sale for free in yesterday’s list. More →
Microsoft is still playing catch-up with its mobile business, being a distant third to Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS operating systems. That means many people choose an Android handset or an iPhone even though their desktop operating system of choice might be Windows.
While Microsoft is currently building a brand new version of Windows that should offer an even more cohesive experience on phones and desktops, Windows fans who don’t want to purchase Lumia or other Windows Phone devices would be better off buying an iPhone than an Android device.
In fact, in certain cases they might be better off buying iPhone instead of a Windows Phone model. More →
Another day, another list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. As is the case with each and every one of our lists, however, you won’t want to miss this one. Yesterday we shared seven different paid iOS apps that were all on sale for free for a short time, and a few of them are still free downloads if you hurry back to yesterday’s post. Today’s list includes eight fresh apps on sale though, so there are plenty of apps to be enjoyed. More →
A 25-year-old chess champion named Gaioz Nigalidze was recently caught cheating via his iPhone while playing at the 17th annual Dubai Open Chess Tournament.
According to tournament investigators, Nigalidze made suspiciously frequent trips to a bathroom stall where, come to find out, he had hidden his iPhone behind a toilet, appropriately wrapped and concealed in wads of toilet paper.
If you’re a smartphone power user, you probably have lots of accessories that can do things like share files between devices, charge dying batteries, deliver external storage, or sync it with a computer. But most accessories we know of can’t offer all these features at the same time, which is where the new On The Go gadget might come in handy. More →
Fleksy is already a well-known name to any smartphone user interested in alternatives to the default keyboard app on iOS and Android. The keyboard also happens to hold a Guinness World Record for being the fastest keyboard in the world. In case you’re still not familiar with it and happen to own an iOS device, you should consider grabbing it right away, as Fleksy is now available as a free download for the first time ever. More →