E-magazines have grown up. In this installment of Free on iTunes, Vern Seward takes a look at 3 free publications no iOS device should be without: TRVL, TNW, and AUX.
The NuScribe stylus is a slim, ballpoint pen lookalike. It has a traditional black ballpoint on the slender end and a rubber stylus at the top next to the pocket clip. It's designed to look good, but best of all, it's extraordinarily inexpensive at US$9.00
Apple has applied for a patent to improve image capture quality on mobile devices by automatically buffering many still images while the user previews the shot, and then automatically selecting the best image or combination of images once the user presses the camera’s shutter button. The process aims to address issues like movement delays and camera shake, producing better final shots that are more representative of the scene that a user intended to capture.
Over the last few years, The Mac Observer has reviewed many different styluses for Apple's iDevices -- or any capacitive touch screen, in fact. Here’s a summary of those reviews, the ratings and prices, all in one spot for handy references. We’ll update this summary as new stylus reviews are published.
Valentine's Day is upon us and what better way to show someone how you feel than to plan a romantic evening? Vern Seward points out 3 apps that may help you get you love groove on in this week's Free on iTunes. Home Depot Style Guide, Jamie's Recipes, and TuneIn Radio.
MyScript Calculator for iOS is an app that accepts cursive input of mathematical expressions, converts to text and then computes the answer. It's an amazing app. Best of all, it's free.
The first beta build of iOS 6.1.1, released by Apple to developers Wednesday, surprisingly does not patch any of the exploits in iOS 6.1 that are required for the evasi0n jailbreak, according to a member of the jailbreak’s development team, although evasi0n users are still discouraged from updating until the team has a chance to see the final 6.1.1 build.
As expected, the iOS 6.1 jailbreak, codenamed "evasi0n," has been released. Developer team "evad3rs" updated the jailbreak's website this afternoon with links to the tool for Mac, Windows, and Linux.
The much-anticipated iOS 6.1 jailbreak is set for release today (Monday), according to a tweet from a member of the development team. The jailbreak will support every iDevice that can run iOS 6.1 with the lone exception of the third-generation Apple TV.
Cooped up with kids? Break out that old iPhone and load it up with these three kid friendly freebies that Vern Seward highlights in this week's Free on iTunes. Endless Alphabet, GeoDash: Wild Animal Adventure, and Mr. Potato Head: Create & Play
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