Posts Tagged ‘App Store’
A traditional tower defense game has you building towers to stop waves of enemies. Stratosphere, however, is doing something unique. You ‘re still building towers, but you’re also sending waves of monsters trying to get past your enemies towers. The game was created by UBC student Michael Silverwood.
There are three races for you to choose from, and each have their own unique set of towers. That being the case, the races … Read More
For those wondering where the CTV iPad app is in the App Store, it has been removed because apparently there will be a big update coming when it returns, according to their twitter account (via @i0livier). The app debuted last September and allowed viewers to catch up on TV episodes right within the app. It was quietly removed from the App Store a short while ago, leaving many customers wondering … Read More
A new iPad exclusive app by National Geographic Traveler has recently hit the App Store called A Taste of Montreal. As the name implies, the app takes users on a journey through the foodways of Montreal’s rich history and culture. The app features 5 different sections i.e restaurants, markets, hangouts, iconic food, and “My Montreal”. Each section comprises of beautiful photo galleries, recipes videos and other interactive elements.
Here’s the complete iTunes … Read More
Invesco Canada, the country’s largest and most successful investment management firm, has just launched an iPad app that provides its clients on-the-go access to fund information with built-in client account access for financial advisors. The app promises to delivers a host of powerful features in a simple package for a better customer experience, said John Maniatis, Senior VP of Invesco Canada. The app also allows users to connect with Invesco Canada via Twitter, … Read More
From the makers of Hipstamatic, a camera app for iPhone widely known for its antique film camera image filters, comes a new digital publication for iPad called the ‘Snap Magazine‘, that combines Hipstamatic user pictures with print and other art. The monthly magazine that promises to be a photography mag as well as a culture and lifestyle publication, contains pictures from Hipstamatic users and other artists and print from a Hipstamatic editorial team.
Developed by Wolfram, the same company that powers Wolfram Alpha search engine used in Siri, Wolfram Mathematica is a world renowned application for complex computations and is also the only development platform which fully integrates computations into complete workflows. Currently available for desktop computers only, it looks like an iPad version of Mathematica is going to hit the App Store pretty soon. As noted by 9to5Mac (via Reddit), when asked … Read More
Popular ‘Collage‘ app from Adobe, that allows users to import content from several Adobe applications including PDFs and PSDs as well as allow access to content stored in Adobe Creative Cloud account, has just landed on the iPad (via 9to5Mac). Previously available on Android platform, the app provides a canvas, multiple pen types, text tools, various fonts, and other tools for incorporating images, video, text, and drawings into a collage-style piece … Read More
The iOS version of popular remote desktop client Parallels has just been updated to support the new iPad’s high-resolution retina display along with full iOS 5 compatibility. Using Parallels Mobile on an iPhone, iPod touch or an iPad, users can remotely control all the applications on their Mac computers including Windows programs. The iOS app does however require Parallels Desktop for Mac running on the host computer.
From the iTunes:
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A couple of months back, Readdle launched Remarks for iPad, a note taking app that instantly became my personal favorite due its highly precise drawing engine. Just recently, the app received a major update i.e Remarks 1.3 which added super realistic handwriting as well as two-way notes syncing with Drop box and Google docs. The handwriting feature is particularly amazing. It makes anything you write on your iPad look … Read More
Popular social media firm LinkedIn has just launched its first iPad app, bringing a brand new look and feel to the social network. The company released its iPhone app last year and today, the same iOS app has been updated to a universal binary with support for iPad’s brilliant Retina display. Alongside iPad support, the app also introduces a new feature i.e a calendar widget on the left side of … Read More