The iPad has revolutionized not one but several markets. One of the markets that the tablet from Apple has completely transformed is the magazine industry which includes publishing of articles in a magazine like format. Many magazine publishers have already released iPad versions of their offering, but for those who like something more updated and recent, the below five amazing iPad Apps will present your daily news to you in a magazine like manner. Read More
We have been waiting for Siri on our older iOS devices, right? Well, at last we have it (somewhat). Thanks to Grant Paul, who is known as @chpwn in the Jailbreak community. The Jailbreak tweak, known as Spire does not come without its disadvantages though, you still need an iPhone 4S to forward the data on too, so the 4S can provide an authenication key to communicate succesfully with Apple’s servers. This still leaves most iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad and iPod touch users wanting to port Siri on thier device out of the picture. Read More
In this DevDialogue with the developer of Connect M, we explore and get a behind-the-scenes picture of how the idea for the application was conceived, the marketing strategy and discuss about Apple’s offering for developers. You can also visit this page for other awesome developer interviews. Read More
If you visit a web page too often or fill in forms a lot directly from your iOS device, here is a neat feature which is by default turned off on all iOS devices dubbed “Autofill”. In Safari, you can use it to be more productive. Read More
Puffer’s Train Challenge’s objective is to guide the train from one end of a grid to another, in as few moves as possible to gain a star rating. You accomplish this by moving pieces of track placed incorrectly on the grid to form a full track from one end of the square to the other. Read More
Let’s face it, iPhones are awesome, they have great build quality and great design. But with only one button being pressed so many times in one day, it’s sure to become unresponsive after a while, or at least feel a bit softer than it did before. This can be annoying if you are constantly flicking through apps like I am, well luckily there is a fix. Read More
As the years roll on, TheAppleGoogle matures, becomes better and delivers insightful content that matter to you most. TheAppleGoogle has grown rapidly and has a community of readers, followers and fans that make it unique and astonishingly good. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for making us what we are and we wish you “Happy Holidays”. Read More
Amazing work by Google. Latest doodle plays “Jingle Bells”. The doodle lights up after you press a few buttons and the entire page turns a bit dark. Jingle bells begins to play and you are automatically redirected to a search engine results page for Happy Holidays after a while.
Kung Fu Fox in one sentence involoves simple game controls with addicting gameplay. Kung Fu Fox includes 72 levels which are split into day and night modes (36 each). The mechanics of Kung Fu Fox are rather simple, all you have to do is draw your line of fire and shoot your weapon. But you have to work your way over and under walls and other obstacles. The App is deisgned very well, the graphics look great on the Retina Dispay, showing great colour and good detail.