Apple launched a collection of apps and games in the App Store called "Soccer Fever." The move is timed for World Cup 2014, which begins this month in Brazil.
Flabby brains equal more senior moments. Vern Seward offers a cure in this week's Free on iTunes with 3 puzzlers for iOS. Sudoku:), Word Search, and Crossword Jewels.
Summer's here and you need great free apps to record all the hapsVern Seward points out 3 free iOS camera apps in this week's Free on iTunes.
Samba, UltraVisual, and Vhoto. Check it out.
Growing weed may be easy in places like Colorado and Washington, but not so on Apple's App Store. Apple recently pulled the iPhone game Weed Firm from the App Store, while leaving many similar games available for download.
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Consistency in the App Store screening process has been an ongoing issue for Apple. With the recent rejection of HappyPlayTime, and now Weed Firm, it's clear Apple needs to reevaluate its process because the similarly themed games that are available prove it's a gamble getting into the store.
A quick search at Apple's App Store for the iPhone will reward you with a long list of apps for sex positions, sex games, sex facts, premature ejaculation remedies, sex-related social networks, controlling your vibrator, and lesbian erotica stories. What it won't find is an app for female masturbation because that's a topic Apple apparently doesn't want to get its hands on.
Everyone has a story to tell. Adobe's new app, Voice, makes it so easy to tell it that Vern Seward is featuring it in this week's Free on iTunes.
Need a laugh? Vern Seward points out 3 iOS apps that'll have you knee slapping in no time in this week's Free on iTunes. Comedy Central, Comedy Central Standup, and WitStream.
This week in Free on iTunes Vern Seward points out several iOS apps that are towards the odd side. Sick Weather crowdsources illness reports, Now This News finds stuff that's a bit different, and the Digg app...well, it's Digg.
Google brought two of its flagship productivity services to Apple's App Store on Wednesday, Google Docs and Google Sheets. The company released native apps for the services as free hybrid apps designed for iPhone and iPad, and in a blog post announcing the move, Google said its presentation service, Slides, is "coming soon."
Adobe released Photoshop Express for iOS 3.3 on Tuesday, an update that includes a new interface designed for iOS 7. The company has also added the ability to share your images to Instagram or SMS, as well as other improvements.
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