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iOS In The Car Leaked UI Shows Off Design Changes

01/21/2014, We know that Apple plans on making a name for themselves in the automobile industry by integrating iOS into vehicles’ infotainment units. This integration is known as iOS in the Car and we’re sure some of you guys are wondering how it will look like....

Untethered iOS 7.1 Jailbreak Might Not Be Possible

01/21/2014, December was a great month for the jailbreak community. Last month, the first ever public iOS 7 untethered jailbreak was released. It was also compatible with all of Apple’s new mobile devices, such as the two new iPhones and the two new iPads. Few...


VLC For iOS 7 Brings New UI And Gestures

01/20/2014, VLC is one of the most widely used media players out there, it is available for a variety of platforms. It was pulled from the App Store a few months after it was initially launched for iOS due to various issues, but then it was launched once again....

Study Suggests Android Has A “Weak Gravity”

01/19/2014, Without doubt Android is the leading smartphone platform at the moment, followed by the iPhone. This is thanks to Android devices being manufactured by multiple vendors, and also because of how some users find Android more “open” to customization and...

‘Chromoting’ Remote Desktop App For iOS Also Being Developed

01/19/2014, Since last year Google has been building a remote desktop management application for Android called “Chromoting.” The app isn’t being publicly distributed right now, development is well underway. It appears that Google has plans of...

Apple And Google Remove Plastic Surgery Game From Their App Stores

01/16/2014, There are game which seem like a good idea at the start, but turn out to be extremely bad ones. Plastic Surgery for Barbie has to be one of them. As the name implies, this is a game about plastic surgery in which it targets young children to play as...

News Republic 4.0 Features Smart Recommendations

01/15/2014, Mobiles Republic has pushed a major release of their top app News Republic out the door, and it comes with a new smart recommendations feature that should help you address the information overload by learning about your interests. Obviously this is not...

Analysis: iOS Users Spend More Than Android Users

01/14/2014, The ongoing battle between Android and iOS does not seem to have an end in sight, and in a new analysis that was conducted by IBM which concerns online shopping trends throughout the recently concluded 2013 holiday season, it has thrown up some rather...

MTV Launches Optimized TV Everywhere

01/08/2014, MTV achieved quite a success with their video viewing app that rolled out in June last year, and today, MTV has the honor of being the first TV network to roll out a fully optimized TV Everywhere/authenticated viewing experience on the mobile web...

Minesweeper Sweeps Its Way To iOS And Android Platforms

01/08/2014, I am quite sure that anyone who grew up using Windows 95 all the way to Windows 2000 and beyond would have had the experience of playing with some of the more basic games on that desktop operating system – Minesweeper, Solitaire, Hearts, and perhaps...

Microsoft Launches iOS App Update For Xbox Music Streaming

01/08/2014, Microsoft has just launched its new iOS app update for the Xbox Music streaming service, although it would see the introduction of just one feature in this particular update. While one update might sound like a paltry amount, this does not mean that it is...