Archive for May, 2011
Adobe has released three new iPad apps that are all in some respect companions to Adobe’s latest CS suite 5.5. The three new apps are Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel, and Adobe Nav.
Eazel, unlike the other two apps, can be its own fully featured painting app and not completely require CS 5.5. The app features a unique tool interface with both “wet” and “dry” paint properties that may be … Read More
Just a minor makeover to our logo, folks. Thanks to Devon from Epik Creative for helping us out. If you’re looking for the complete solution for web design, print design, and branding–check it out here.
Also, special thanks to RoryPiper for designing our original logo.
Gameloft, one of my favourite iOS developers has just announced a nice 99 cent sale! Check out the following list of games on sale:
The Let’s Golf! series is a tonne of fun … Read More
YouTube announced today they now support a movie rental service–but it’s only available in the USA. They have partnered with Universal, Sony Pictures and Warner Brothers to offer rentals for $2.99/$3.99 that will last 30 days.
Canada and the rest of the world has been left out, but you can bet this will change in the future. Part of this announcement also made www.YouTube.com/movies go live, and for Canadians you … Read More
A report by The Sun states that Queen Elizabeth wants an iPad, and has ordered her staff to acquire one after being dazzled by the device. Her grandsons Prince William and Harry showed her how easy it was to use an iPad at Buckingham Palace–now she wants her own.
According to a royal insider:
“The Queen hadn’t seen anything like the iPad before. She was very impressed…She was particularly taken with how … Read More
If you’ve been waiting to update your jailbroken iPad to iOS 4.3.3, you can do so as PwnageTool and redsn0w recently were updated for the latest firmware. If you’re familiar with jailbreaking iOS, doing so on your iPad should be no different.
The steps to jailbreak with redsn0w would be as follows (in a nutshell; also check out this post for step by step):
This morning, the Dev Team released updates for PwnageTool and redsn0w.
The new updates enable users to jailbreak iOS 4.3.3 on the following devices: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 (GSM), iPod touch 3G, iPod touch 4G, iPad1 and AppleTV 2G (v4.3;8F202).
Missing from the list, again, is the iPad 2.
The Dev Team posted the following iPad 2 update this morning:
The iPad2 jailbreak remains under development. As you may know, the original … Read More
After a small delay in March, it seems that the Playboy app for iPad will now be available on May 18 2011. The news comes via Twitter where Hugh Hefner has posted the release information:
“Playboy wil be available on iPad, complete & uncensored, on May 18.”
Based on the tweet, the Playboy iPad app will be released without any censorship, but that does not matter since we read Playboy for the … Read More
A report from RCR Wireless indicates that Apple may be planning to introduce 3D technology into the display of its next generation iPad.
Apple has mostly stayed out of the 3D game (except for a handful of patents that never materialized into products). The majority of the 3D focus has been from various television manufacturers.
The fact that the iPad 3 is 3D is a dead cert, one Hollywood insider close … Read More
Today, Apple released iOS 4.3.3 for iPad and the other iOS devices.
According to the release notes, iOS 4.3.3 only brings fixes to the recent location services tracking issue:
The update contains changes to the iOS crowd-sourced location database cache including:
Reduces the size of the cache
No longer backs the cache up to iTunes
Deletes the cache entirely when Location Services is turned off
The update is available for the original iPad and iPad 2. … Read More