No one needs to tell us anything that makes exercise more interesting is a good thing. Time to banish the vacant stares and wandering minds at the gym with a new app that turns your iPad or iPhone into a virtual tour of scenic locations.
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.
Uh oh, trouble in Apple paradise! Remember how the latest iOS 5.0.1 update was pushed out and was supposed to fix battery issues, but didn't? Turns out there's more problems plaguing iPhone 4S's across the globe — signal problems. Here we go again.
We've been hard at work here at DVICE HQ steadily improving how our app functions. You asked us to improve sharing, add in-app commenting and more. We've heard you, and here's all the great new features you can enjoy starting right now.
One of the new apps that Apple released with the new iOS 5 software is Find My Friends, which lets you pinpoint the location of your friends who also use the service. And it just claimed the life of its first marriage.
Did you have trouble while trying to update your iDevice to iOS 5 yesterday? You aren't alone! In fact, so many people were trying to download the huge files at once that a lot of ISPs were having some major issues.
It looks like Apple is set to release the final version of iOS 5 to its overseas assemblers during the week of September 23rd, prepping it for a mid-October release alongside the iPhone 5.
A 10-year-old hacker who goes by the handle CyFi has an "important lesson" that mobile phone app makers can "learn from a Girl Scout." She's found a way to cheat Android and iOS games on smartphones and tablets using a common console and PC video game exploit: the clock.
When Steve Jobs took the podium at the Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, consumers eagerly awaited the news from on high about how much simpler their lives were about to become. Conversely, all the developers following along (either in physical attendance or breathlessly waiting for the liveblog to auto-update) knew to be scared for their beloved apps. After all, Apple has been known to adapt ideas from third-party markets into its evolution with each new iOS update. It turned out, of course, that the fears were justified. In fact, it seems as though Apple has done more than play catch-up with Android and third party developers — they've captured the flag. In the same way that having Windows' Internet browser built into its OS killed off Netscape and the like eons ago, with the unveiling of the feature-rich iOS 5, a lot of developers' fates seem uncertain. Here are 11 third-party apps that are staring into the abyss after Monday's coming out party.
Apple has a history of yanking apps from the App Store that it discovers violates its policies in any way. If you managed to download it, you can keep it, but you won't be able to redownload it if you delete it. Until now.