Ever since anÂ increasing number of App Store developers have beganÂ offering free games with in-app purchases, known asÂ a “freemium” model, there has been an avalanche of stories involving children going on iTunes spending sprees unbeknownst to Â their parents.Â
At the end of December, an update to Google Wallet let iOS users add a credit card to the application just by taking a picture of it. Now, several months later, Google’s letting you ask for money right from inside the app, thanks to a new update.
Considering the focus on the World Cup this year, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Nike would launch a new Football-focused application into the iOS App Store. Nike Football brings the best parts of the game to your iOS-based device, while also making sure you don’t miss out on Nike products at the same time.
Apple has announced Assassin’s Creed Pirates as its latest App of the Week, meaning that the exciting action-adventure stealthÂ game has gone free on the App Store for the next seven days. Assassin’s Creed Pirates, based on the popular game franchise, launched on the App Store in December and regularly costs $4.99.Â
Minecraft: Pocket Edition is one of the most popular games on the App Store, consistently ranked among the top of the paid charts.Â This morning,Â after several months of development, the game has received a massive update with several new features that further bridges the gap between the mobile and desktop version of the game.Â