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might be working on creating a rival tablet operating system but that hasn’t stopped the boys from Redmond bringing its Bing app to Apple’s iPad. This is the fifth app which has come out of Microsoft for the iPhone/iOS platform, the other four being OneNote for iPhone, Bing for iPhone, Seadragon Mobile, and Microsoft Tag.
A new app to hit the App Store today brings 100 of Atari’s most loved games to the iOS platform, with the company giving Pong away for absolutely nothing.
Remember the date folks – today is the day Apple (and Firemint) changed the video gaming world.
Send/Receive Files Between iPhone, iPad, iPod touch & Any Other Device Over Bluetooth With Celeste [Jailbreak]
The wait is finally over! The much talked about app for transferring files between iOS devices is here at last! Dubbed as Celeste, it allows iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users to send and receive files via Bluetooth from just about any handset, be it Nokia, BlackBerry, Sony Ericsson, or even your Mac/PC.
CAPCOM and SEGA Put iPhone / iPad Games on Sale, Pledge to Donate Proceeds to Japan Earthquake Relief
I’m sure that by now you’ve heard of the horrible 8.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Japan on Friday. More than a thousand people have lost their lives, countless have been injured and losses worth billions of dollars (or zillions of yen) have shook the country and its people. Those who are able to, are urged to donate to Japanese Red Cross Society … or alternatively, by purchasing an iOS video game!
Just like how iMovie was hacked to run on iPhone 3GS, it was only a matter of time before someone figured out a way to install iMovie 1.2 for iPad 2 on to the first-gen iPad.
After releasing iMovie for iPad, Apple today has also released GarageBand for both iPad and iPad 2. This app is now available on the iTunes App Store for $4.99.
A new update of Twitter for iOS is now live in the App Store. Available for both iPhone and iPad, the new version 3.3 of Twitter app for iOS brings tons of new features, including: improved conversation view for DM, Quick Bar, easier uploading of images and cleaned up design.
Every-so-often an iOS app crosses our collective Redmond Pie radar that reminds us just why we love mobile devices so much. Today’s little gem is everyAir, developed by Pandaelf.
A question asked regularly at Redmond Pie Towers is how can people stream audio from a computer to an iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) device? Well today saw the launch of WiFi2HiFi from developer Clever & Son.
Facebook Messenger, developed by Crisp App, is a recent inclusion in the App Store which helps you make Voice over IP (VoIP) calls to your Facebook friends even if they are on browser. The app is built over Facebook’s API to connect to the Facebook servers, however, the VoIP feature has been developed by Crisp App Limited. Compatible with your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Facebook Messenger requires you to have a minimum of iOS 3.1.2.
Unfortunately, Cydia still doesn’t support the native multitasking / backgrounding feature which Apple introduced with iOS 4.x last year. What this means is that Cydia updates are installed whenever you start the app, followed by those annoying “Reloading Data” screens.
It seems getting FaceTime to work on the current iPad is all the rage these days, but up until now it’s not been the easiest thing to do. But now thanks to iFacePad, the whole process is down to just a few downloads and a couple of mouse-clicks. You’ll be chatting in no-time!
Skype has rolled out an interesting update today to their iPhone app in the version 3.0.1. It adds an extra feature to Skype’s video capabilities which were first introduced in December last year. The new feature let’s you make video calls to TVs, of course, the one’s which support Skype (number of Samsung sets do the job).
FaceTime for iPad is probably one of the most missed features by the iPhone/iPod users. It certainly would have been a better experience if the iPad offered a front-facing camera and FaceTime. That because of the user-experience that the 10″ screen provides over the the iPhone’s 3.5″.
News Corp. along with the Apple announced their interactive papers for iPad today at 11 a.m EST. The app has been made available for download soon after the event ended.
At 11 a.m eastern today, News Corp. along with Apple held a conference for the launch of “The Daily”, an initiative to integrate the conventional journalism with best of the technology to evolve it into new journalism.