So iOS 8 was released today and with the release comes the HealthKit framework. However if you were hoping to see a bunch of HealthKit compatible apps, you might be disappointed because according to earlier reports, HealthKit compatible apps have been put on hold. At that time it wasn’t clear as to why it was put on hold, but now it seems that there was a last minute bug that did not allow the apps to be released. Read full post →Apple Confirms Bug That Delayed HealthKit Compatible Apps
Heads up Windows Phone users! While one developer might be pulling out of the Windows Phone scene for now, another one comes back in, well, sort of. You might recall that about a month ago, Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed Pirates on Windows Phone, although they quickly pulled the game due to numerous reports of crashes amongst other things.
Well the good news that it looks like Ubisoft could have addressed the issues because the game has finally made its way back into the Windows Phone Store. However this time around if you haven’t already gotten it, you will have to fork out $4.49 for the game, but if you’re a fan of the Assassin’s Creed franchise, perhaps you could justify paying for it. Read full post →Assassin’s Creed Pirates Returns To Windows Phone