Archive for the ‘App Store’ Category
Looks like we have even MORE screenshots of iPad applications, courtesy of a source that emailed BGR. The last time we posted iPad screenshots of Yahoo! Entertainment, OmniGraffle, Bento, and Brushes. This time around the iPad app screenshot gallery over at BGR has 60 images of popular iPhone apps ported over the iPad.
Looks like more screenshots of iPad apps are coming your way. So far we’ve seen App Store pages and iPad app previews in iTunes. Now we have some actual screenshots of specific iPad apps courtesy of MacStories.net. The interesting note about iPad apps is the substantial increase in the price of apps. Should iPad apps be more expensive or on par with iPhone apps? How much are you willing to … Read More
As the US launch of the Apple iPad continues to edge closer, more iPad related reveals are becoming available.
Today, App Advice brings us another treat in the form of revealing essentially what the iPad App Store will look like.
To begin, the new iPad App Store will feature familiar navigation, as the store has the same bottom tab bar layout as the iPhone App Store. Checking out the screenshot below, … Read More
The iPad pre-lauch news is getting better and better!
The latest reveal comes from PadGadget, who has discovered several new App Store applications that apparently represent iPad-specific apps!
The new additions have shown up in Apple’s new web-based iTunes Preview. Most of the new application titles are existing apps but the iPad versions of the apps carry a “XL” or “HD” designation. This would be inline with the iPad’s higher resolution display.
We … Read More
A report from App Advice today suggests that Apple’s soon to be released iBookstore will have many of its eBook best sellers priced at $9.99, matching prices currently offered by Amazon.
App Advice explains that earlier this week it had an opportunity to check out the iBookstore and saw that the many titles from The New York Times’ best sellers list appear to be priced at $9.99.
Anyway, at the moment, out … Read More
Amazon yesterday released news that they have developed a Kindle app for the iPad. There is already a Kindle app for the iPhone/iPod Touch, but will we see the Kindle app for iPad anytime soon? The app looks quite nice with a simplistic interface. It will be interesting to see if Apple will allow this app to be approved for the iPad.
Apple is known for preventing app approval of … Read More
The iPad’s US launch will take place on April 3rd. As for Canada, we can expect it to arrive in late April but we haven’t heard about pre-ordering yet. Today, Apple has announced to its iPad developers that they are now accepting iPad apps in the App Store.
With 60 days notice to create their applications, developers have been working furiously to be the first to jump on the iPad … Read More
This morning Apple opened the preorder system for iPad to US customers or any other person that doesn’t mind travelling to the USA to pick up the device. But this mornings festivities also brought some interesting finds.
To begin, the previously labelled “Mute button” on the iPad or silent switch as it is on the iPhone 2G/3G/3GS, has now been renamed “Screen Rotation Lock”. This undoubtedly means that users can simply … Read More
This week, Paid Content viewed a great presentation held by Penguin CEO John Makinson in London. The presentation focus was the iPad and books, however viewers saw a very different take on the idea of Penguin books on the iPad.
Makinson indicates that he sees eBooks reaching 10 percent of book sales next year, where the current eBook adoption is sitting around 4%. A 6% adoption increase certainly seems possible when … Read More
One of the killer apps that debuted on the iPad was iBooks with the iBookstore. Unfortunately, at the time of the iPad reveal, the iBooks app and store were USA only. However, many users expected Apple to launch the iBookstore in Canada and that expectation may be true at last!
A new Apple job posting this week details that the company is looking to a hire a Manager for its “Asia … Read More