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‘RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch’ Has Been Launched On iOS

02/24/2017, If you love playing simulation games, RollerCoaster Tycoon is probably one of the more classic titles out there. The game had previously existed on PCs, but with mobile gaming starting to become more lucrative and viable, it didn’t really come as a...

iOS 10.2.1 Reduced The Number Of iPhone 6/6s Unexpected Shutdowns

02/23/2017, If you own either the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s and/or their Plus variants and have been experiencing unexpected shutdowns, then you might want to check and see which version of iOS 10 you are running. This is because if you haven’t updated to iOS 10.2.1...

Gboard For iOS Updated With Voice Typing And New Emojis

02/23/2017, Ever since Apple finally decided to allow third-party keyboards to be used with iOS, there have been quite a few options that have found its way into the iTunes App Store. Not too long ago, Google decided to release their own keyboard app called Gboard...

Nearly 80% Of iOS Devices Run On iOS 10

02/22/2017, Say what you will about Apple’s products, but if there’s one thing that Apple is pretty good at is issuing updates and making it widely available to all of its users. This is clearly evidenced with the iOS platform in which with every major release,...

iPhone Users Spending More On Apps Than Ever

02/21/2017, As we have said in the past, there is more to a smartphone’s success than just its hardware and design. Take for example how there are quite a few high-end Windows Phone handsets that never quite made it big namely because of its ecosystem, while at the...

Skype Beta For iOS And Android Adds ‘Reactions’

02/16/2017, If you use Skype on your mobile device, you might be interested to learn that Microsoft has announced that the beta version of the app for iOS and Android will be getting some new features. One of those features is what Microsoft is calling...

Trailer For Apple’s ‘Planet Of The Apps’ Released

02/14/2017, So we know that Apple is interested in getting into original programming. We recently saw the trailer for “Carpool Karaoke” released, and in case you’re hankering for more Apple originals, the trailer for the upcoming reality TV show “Planet of...

Apple Looking To Combat Fake News As Well

02/14/2017, Fake news isn’t new and satirical websites aren’t either. However thanks to social media and the way news is spread and shared, fake news is starting to become a serious problem especially when people don’t check the source and find out if what...

Apple Removes CarPlay Pain Point In iOS 10.3 Beta

02/12/2017, CarPlay is Apple’s way of extending iOS to your car. It’s available in countless new models from a variety of car manufacturers as well as third-party head units. CarPlay is quite similar to iOS as far as the look and feel is concerned. For...

How to factory Reset your Phone (Android+iOS)

02/07/2017, When you encounter a serious bug or your device tends to perform slower, you sometimes want to start with a clean slate: a factory reset. In a nutshell, a factory reset reverts the configuration and settings to a completely “brand new”...

How to Update Your Apps (Android+iPhone)

02/07/2017, No matter what device you own, whether it is an Android or an iPhone, you need to keep applications up to date to get the latest and greatest features and bug fixes (including security) as soon as they land. It is really simple to update your apps on...

Fire Emblem Heroes Reportedly Earned $2.9 Million On Its First Day

02/04/2017, The other day Nintendo officially released “Fire Emblem Heroes” for iOS and Android. Nintendo’s first-party titles are usually pretty well-received, so it is not surprising to learn that according to Sensor Tower (via MacRumors), Fire Emblem Heroes...

The FBI’s iPhone Cracking Tools Have Been Released To The Public

02/04/2017, Last year thanks to the efforts by a company called Cellebrite, a set of cracking tools were developed for the FBI to help them break into an encrypted iPhone. This was after Apple had refused to help the FBI to break into the device, and also after they...

Facebook Introduces New ‘Discover People’ Feature

02/03/2017, How many of you guys remember how easy it was to trust people on the internet back in the day? Back then giving out information like your name, age, and where you stayed didn’t seem like a big deal, but with hackers, predators, and catfishers out there...