Peter Molyneux has officially released his new game, Godus, into the wild as a free download, now letting anyone with a compatible iOS device act out their fantasies as a God.
The NFL Now app that was revealed just a few days ago is now official, and if you own an iOS-based device with iOS 7 or later, or have a current Apple TV sitting nearby, you can access the deepest NFL video library anywhere whenever you want. Plus, plenty of other bonuses for NFL fans out there.
Foursquare recently split itself into two apps, the main Foursquare app for discovery and a new Swarm app for check ins. The companyÂ today released version 8.0 of the Foursquare app with an all-new design and a focus on personalised recommendations for restaurants and other places.
When you’re looking through or setting up your schedule for the week, it’s important to have maximum visibility of your available time slots, and be able to fill them accurately and easily. Several developers in the App Store believe they make the best tool for the job, but we can’t just take their word for it. To find out which calendar apps we could get used to using regularly, we took a bunch of them through a rigorous couple of weeks, packed with meetings, parties, lunches, dinners and everything in between.
I love how far desktop browsers have come, in terms of the functionality and flexibility they offer users. Between extensions and bookmarklets, I’ve got all my essential functions just a click away, including saving articles to read later, taking a screenshot of the active page, and sharing links via email and social networks. So when I’m browsing pages on my iPhone, I definitely want as much of the same experience as when I’m using Chrome on my PC.
Delta Airlines this morning updated its Fly DeltaÂ iOS apps with in-flight entertainment, allowing users to stream movies and TV shows provided by the airline directly to their iOS devices while on-board. The update comes as a part of Deltaâ€™s new plan to revitalize the entertainment offerings while flying, which most agree are largely lackluster.
Facebook’s visual messaging app, Slingshot, has seen quite the attention since its launch earlier in July, and now the app has received its first feature-rich update to make using the app even easier for users.
Facebook decided to kill Facebook Messenger inside the stock app just a few days ago, in an effort to move users over to the standalone Messenger app for mobile platforms, and now the app has received an update that should make those visual conversations less frustrating.