In our Best New Games roundup posted this afternoon, we highlighted the release of the official Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game to go along with the upcoming movie. Now, Nickelodeon’s older “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rooftop Run” gameÂ has gone free through next Thursday as Apple’s App of the Week.Â
Apple has been moving away from any kind of dependency on Google for quite some time now, and not just when it comes to the Maps app. Google, though, doesn’t mind having its own applications available for iOS. Gmail, one of the company’s most popular iOS apps, has now been updated to feature further integration into other Google products, as well as some other small additions to ice the cake.
Kwikset’s Kevo updated, now lets you supply unlimited guest eKeys and schedule eKeys for limited access
Our smartphones are smart, our wearables are smart, so now the only thing left to really focus on making smarter is our homes. Apple’s giving it a go with the recently announced HomeKit, and other companies have been working at it for some time now. Kwikset’s Kevo Bluetooth-enabled lock/deadbolt has been leading the charge for smartlocks, and now it just got even more useful.
Best New Games: ‘Modern Combat 5: Blackout,’ ‘The Great Prank War,’ ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and more
We’re back with our weekly Best New Games roundup, covering the best new iPhone, iPad and iPod touch game releases from this week. Apple typically refreshes the App Store with a lineup of exciting new games on Wednesday night, this week featuring Modern Combat 5: Blackout, The Great Prank War, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Poptile, Dream Revenant and Soccer Physics.
The idea behind taking email with you on your mobile device is to stay productive and keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues easily — but your choice of email client can make your mobile correspondence a pain or a delight. These days, email is hardly ever just about reading and replying to a plain text message; I hardly ever hit Send without sharing a link, attaching a file, jotting down a task, checking my calendar or creating an event. A capable email app should make all these actions easy, rather than forcing you to leave your messages unread till you get to a desktop.
Fantastical 2 has quickly grown to become one of the most popular calendar replacement applications on iOS, and now with its newest update, it brings plenty of new worthwhile features to make using it easier, and better, than ever before.
In May of this year, Foursquare officially announced that they’d be making some changes to their check-in app, in that they were moving the action of actually checking in into another app, called Swarm. Now, some more changes are in store for the app, with a bigger focus on discovery.
Back when Apple introduced the iPhone, applications on our smartphones weren’t all that great. Then Apple’s App Store came around and changed everything. Now all of the major players in the mobile market have their own digital storefronts to get your hands on applications, and the number of apps out there have exploded. Now, developers find it harder than ever to not only get an app downloaded in the first place, but also to sustain the business behind those apps.
Apple recently announced its 2014 iTunes Festival in London,Â featuring Pharrell Williams, Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Maroon 5 and several other artists. To coincide with the event, the iPhone maker has gone ahead and updated its official iTunes Festival app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with London 2014 information.Â