Archive for the ‘App Store’ Category
Being a MOG Primo subscriber, I was ecstatic to find out today that a native MOG app for iPad is now available for download in the Canadian App Store, beating its direct competition, Spotify, in bringing out an official iPad app first.
While MOG has decided to release a separate app for iPad instead of upgrading the iPhone/iPod app to a universal binary, the iPad app is … Read More
Apple has just released an update to its free iTunes Movie Trailers App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with support for the new iPad’s Retina Display. The app gives direct access to content on Apple’s own Movie Trailers site bringing the latest and exclusive movie trailers & previews in HD quality to all iOS devices. Users can also find showtimes and get ticket info (in U.S) directly from their iPhone or … Read More
Widely popular Netflix streaming app for iPad has been updated to support the new iPad’s Retina Display, introducing high-resolution UI that looks terrific on the new iPad. However, the Retina support is limited to menus and movie thumbnails only while all Netflix movies and TV shows are still being streamed in standard definition. According to Mashable, Joris Evers, the Director of Corporate Communications at Netflix said: “The video is not in HD … Read More
PDF Expert from Readdle lets you read and annotate PDF documents, highlight text, make notes, draw with your finger and even save these changes which are compatible with Preview and Adobe Acrobat, right from your iPad. Version 4.0 of the app, which should be hitting the App Store pretty soon, promises to bring tons of new features in addition to Retina Display support for the new iPad.
Some … Read More
In case you’re planning to grab the latest and greatest new iPad today, then this one should interest you the most. Apple has just launched a brand new section in the iTunes App Store called “Great Apps for the New iPad”, which lists apps which have been optimized for the new iPad’s stunning Retina display.
The section contains 24 different apps that have all been updated and re-submitted to … Read More
Remember when Apple announced the new iPad just last week? Of course you do. Well, at the end of the keynote Tim Cook had some iOS developers show off some new apps and games that would be optimized for the new iPad’s retina display and A5X processor. Namco showed off Sky Gamblers: Air Supreacy, and it is now available in the … Read More
The Khan Academy is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing world-class education for free to anyone no matter where you are. They have over 3000 videos with over 129 million lessons served. Their major donors include the likes of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Google, and Reed Hastings (CEO of Netflix).
The Khan Academy has just released their iPad app which gives you access to their library of over … Read More
At the new iPad’s unveiling, Apple also introduced a $4.99 iPhoto for iOS app in the App Store to compete with apps like Adobe’s Photoshop touch, bringing multi-touch photo editing to iPhone and iPad in a breakthrough way. Despite the fact that iPhoto app is a universal binary and has been optimized to work on both iPhones and iPads, it supports only the iPad 2 and the new iPad, … Read More
But this isn’t your typical iPhoto program. Apple has redesigned it from the ground up for your iOS devices. Because of this it might be a little intimidating at first glance. But once you get into it, it’s really simple … Read More
Apple has announced iPhoto for the new iPad, which completes the whole iWork transition alongside GarageBand and iMovie. Priced at $4.99, the app will be available today.
iPhoto for iPad can handle up to 19 megapixel images, and have features like Smart Browsing, Multi-Touch Editing, Professional Quality Effects, Brushes, Photo Beaming and Photo Journals. The demo of the app looks impressive as preset effects are built right in.
Earlier, … Read More