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VLC For iOS Hits The App Store Once Again

02/16/2015, iOS users have had to wait for a considerable amount of time for VLC to arrive. VLC as many of you would already be aware is a very popular media player that’s capable of playing most media formats. It did arrive on iOS in 2011 only to be pulled...

Nintendo Working On A Mii App For Smartphones

02/15/2015, We have to wonder if whether in the next few years will Nintendo ever succumb to the pressure and eventually start releasing their games onto mobile devices? We guess only time will tell, but in the meantime while the company is steadfastly refusing to...

Snapchat Testing Localized ‘Our Stories’ Feature

02/15/2015, Snapchat originally introduced the “Our Stories” feature to cover major events like the 2014 Football World Cup and more recently the Grammy Awards. The feature presents a curated and crowdsourced collection to all users around the world who...

WhatsApp Voice Calling Going Live For Some BlackBerry 10 Users

02/13/2015, It is not a secret that WhatsApp is working on a voice calling feature of their own. After all there are many messaging apps that have started to incorporate the feature, so if WhatsApp doesn’t want to lose their dominant position, voice calling is...

Temple Run 2 Updated With Bruce Lee Character

02/13/2015, Imangi Studios’ Temple Run 2 is kind of an old game, and while there have been movie tie-ins, we guess the title is getting a little dated. However for those who enjoy endless runners, Temple Run is probably one of the more “classic” endless runners...

Legend App Turns Your Text Into Animations

02/12/2015, Sending text messages can sometimes be misconstrued as they aren’t able to carry your tone of voice, so when you think you’re being funny, someone else could think you’re being rude, which is why emojis exist to let you convey your messages with the...

Apple Promotes Apps Without In-App Purchases On iTunes

02/12/2015, A few years ago, most apps would either be free or be a paid app, and in some cases the free version is the “lite” version meant to tempt the user into upgrading to the fully paid one. However these days the freemium model is the dominating model...

Apple Increases App Size Limit to 4GB

02/12/2015, Ever since Apple introduced higher resolutions to their smartphones, it meant that app sizes had to be increased as well to accommodate the larger image files. However the more powerful hardware also meant that apps could become more complex and go beyond...

ESPN For iOS Finally Gets Native Support For iPad

02/12/2015, Sports fans who happen to have an iPad have something to look forward today. The official ESPN for iOS app has received a new major update which not only applies a fresh coat of paint to the entire app but also finally adds native support for the iPad....

Amazon’s Latest Gift Of Free Apps Is Worth $140

02/12/2015, Amazon has made a habit of pulling people towards its Appstore with free applications. Time and again the company runs promotions for a limited time in which it provides some of the most popular paid applications for free to anyone and everyone who uses...

Pinterest Debuts “App Pins” Feature, Makes App Discovery Easier

02/12/2015, Pinterest is a great way for you to “pin” things that interest you on the internet. It could be a cool piece of art, a nice drawing, an upcoming gadget, interior design ideas, furniture, food, and etc. These pins can then be shared with your friends...

Aperture Will No Longer Be Sold Upon Photos For OS X Release

02/11/2015, Last year Apple announced that they would cease the development of their photo editing software Aperture. This meant that the version you’re using is probably the version you’re stuck with. Instead Apple would be launching an app called Photos which...