Posted by A Ocean on July 10, 2010 ·
App Store on an iPhone
Last week saw fraud occurring in the iTunes system, when a rogue developer had somehow managed to snag 42 of the top 50 sales positions in the App Store’s “book” category with seemingly bogus content. There was some correlation between those suspicious sales and word of an increase in iTunes account fraud. This week the scam seems to hit Travel apps, [...]
Posted by A Ocean on July 5, 2010 ·
Forty one different books on the “Top Books Paid Software” listing of Apple’s online store were created by a publisher named “mycompany/Thuat Nguyen.” and for many of these titles there are no ratings or reviews. If reports are to be believed a app developer hacked iTunes users accounts and has purchased their own apps using those accounts – making [...]
Posted by A Ocean on June 20, 2010 ·
Facebook has been proactive with its mobile apps particularly with iPhone app since iPhone launch three years ago. It has released an updated version of their mobile app for the iPhone . The latest version 3.1.3 contains several major updates and important bug fixes, including the ability to watch Facebook videos and upload larger pictures on the iPhone.
The app will have the Facebook [...]
Posted by A Ocean on May 26, 2010 ·
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The immense potential and benefit of mobile apps is now well understood by one and all, thanks to the popularity of Apple iPhone apps, the success story of Apple mobile apps is now carried forward by Apple’s 10 inch tablet iPad which runs all the iPhone apps by default and have seen developers coming out with apps specifically to take advantage of its large screen and [...]
Posted by A Ocean on May 20, 2010 ·
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Google’s annual developer conference which started on Wednesday at Moscone West, San Francisco bought news of an all new web apps store for its Chrome web browser. The Chrome Web Store is slated to debut later this year.
Chrome’s online apps store will offer different apps for the web browser. Currently, there are no apps on the official website [...]
Posted by Ruk Cooray on March 5, 2010 ·
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Google Buzz – Google’s latest social networking tool is now available as an iPhone app called ‘Buzzie’. Buzzie is available for download from the Apple iTunes store.
Since Google Buzz resides within Gmail and you can access it through a web browser as well, so an obvious question to ask is ‘Why do you need an iPhone app for Buzz’? Well, Buzzie answers [...]
Posted by Ruk Cooray on February 19, 2010 ·
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It seems that the Apple App Store has finally pulled the plug on all sexual and porno apps. Developers behind such apps have been receiving notifications from Apple that their apps are being removed from the App Store due to a ‘new policy change’.
Many apps including ‘Wooble iBoobs’, ‘Sexy Women’ and ‘Exotic Positions’ have already faced the axe. [...]
Posted by Martin Beauchamp on February 12, 2010 ·
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ustwo™, the infamous digital user experience (UX) design agency has released its latest iPhone app, which is set to revolutionise the process of app discovery and tracking.
With over 140,000 apps in the iTunes app store and 10,000 new apps submitted every week, it’s a vast and growing world of apps to navigate. Frustrated by the limited information and navigation of the iTunes [...]
Posted by Calvin Robinson on February 9, 2010 ·
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All companies want to keep your custom. Now, most companies try to win you over with brand loyalty, but the frustrating thing about tech companies is that they can use their technology to trap you. The very gadget or software that you’ve spent your hard earned money on, will make it as difficult as possible, for you to switch to an alternative.
The average iPhone [...]
Posted by Ruk Cooray on February 2, 2010 ·
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All you need to know about the iPad