Slow Shutter!, the popular photography app for iPhone that lets you capture long-exposure photographs you’d usually only get from an expensive DSLR, is now free for a limited time through the Apple Store app. Here’s how you can get your hands on it.
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Cryptocat is an encrypted chatting service that lets no one apart from the sender and receiver see the actual content of the message. The developer of the service recently submitted an iPhone Cryptocat app, but it was rejected by Apple for “illegitimate” reasons.
If all this talk of iOS 7 has wet your appetite for a new music app and you can’t wait, then maybe you should have a look at our review of Track 8. It’s a Music app that takes the Windows Phone modern UI design (formally known as Metro) and applies it to your iOS music library. Fancy a change? Then read on.
Brandon Ashmore from Mentor, Ohio has won the grand prize of $10,000 iTunes gift card. The 50th billion app to be downloaded was the free word game Say The Same Thing from the band OK Go developed by Space Inch, LLC.
Apple has just hit the 50 billion app downloads milestone.
Apple had launched the 50 Billion App Downloads Countdown promotion to celebrate the milestone couple of weeks back.
When Apple launched the App Store on July 10th, 2008, even they would not have thought in their wildest imaginations that it would end up becoming such a huge success.
The success of the App Store was clear when one billion apps were downloaded in just 9 months. Fast forward to today and the App Store is about to hit the magical 50 billion app download mark.
Yesterday, we reported that AppGratis, an iOS app discovery service, was kicked out of the App Store for unknown reasons. Today, Apple has confirmed that, as we speculated, the app was indeed yanked for violating section 2.25 of the App Store Review Guidelines.
AppGratis, an app discovery service that worked with developers to make one paid app free everyday, has been pulled from the App Store. While Apple occasionally rejects apps based on the use of private APIs, AppGratis’ rejection could have something to do with Apple’s app review guideline that forbids third party apps similar to the App Store.
After listening to the horror stories due to the in-app purchase feature, I thought it was high time I wrote a tutorial that shows parents how to disable the feature before giving a child an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Apple had added the feature to restrict access to In-App Purchases back in 2010, so I am quite sure many of you already know how to disable it. If you don’t then continue reading.