Everyone knows that to lead a good protest you need a megaphone to fire up the group. To date however, the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement has been confounded in this practice by strict New York City laws requiring permits to amplify sound. Fortunately, crafty hackers seem to love OWS — and so the Inhuman Microphone app was born.
We've all seen people bent over their phones so engrossed in texting or email they are unaware of the world around them. (We're all probably guilty of it, too.) Well, some clever engineers created an app that pays attention so that you don't have to.
Love the challenge of accomplishing a quest? Questli, a new iOS app launching today, allows users to create both web and virtual quests for pretty much anything you can imagine, and then rewards you for it — "real money and prizes," according to the app description.
You're planning to spend a lovely day outside, but the weather report calls for rain. Wouldn't it be nice to know exactly when it will start pouring/sleeting/snowing, etc. in your location?
The long-awaited Gmail app for iOS finally showed up in Apple's App Store today, only to be quickly yanked for widespread reports of serious bugs. Geez, you think they would have had it working properly after such a long wait.
Apple is set to launch an updated version of its Apple Store app tomorrow, bringing with it two sizable new features: fast in-store pickup and self check-out.
If you're downloading the just-released iOS 5 for your iPhone, Apple has a new goodie for you to play with: the new AirPort Utility App.
At long last, it's here. The app that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg didn't want to give us is finally here — Facebook's official iPad app — is up for download and it's pretty polished.
Well, this is impressive. the iMaschine app is like having a full music studio in your pocket, combining a sampler, sequencer, and audio processor into one program that you can use to make full songs on the fly.
Amidst the rumors surrounding the iPhone 4S/5, a stranger nugget of info arrives. Twitter user SonyDickson spotted a string of code in the latest iTunes 10.5 beta 9 that suggests Apple might start allowing app rentals. Say what? Why would anybody rent an app?