As you would know, Apple plans to launch its own 3D maps App in iOS 6 and replace Google Maps. Today, Google held an event in San Francisco where the search engine giant announced that its 3D enhanced Maps application will make its way to Android and iOS devices next week. Read More
Learn your Way for Android is an App that serves a purpose. It has a user interface that has been very neatly designed and the App helps kids learn about things while having fun along the way. The App is perfect for kids between 2-6 years old and will help them memorize things, recognize them and match them for better understanding.
Google has acquired Quickoffice, the all-in-one office suite for mobile platforms including iOS and Android to evolve Google Docs more and to make it more native. The Quickoffice team will be moving to Google HQ to qork on Google Docs and to make it a more integrated part of a computer.
Cleanup Duplicate Contacts for iOS is a very handy App that cleans up your entire address book and by merging partially matching contacts into just one contact and by removing 100% matching contacts entirely. Cleanup Duplicate Contacts for iOS is very neat and should be downloaded instantly. We’ve got three promo codes to giveaway. Read More
The App Store is flooded with all sorts of role playing games. From 2D to 3D, indie developers to the big guns, it’s quite difficult to filter through them all to find that excellent experience on your phone. Max Power Adventures doesn’t aim to provide that type of quality – more of a comedic side to the genre. Read More
Want to just somehow work at the place where it is all happening? If you have “extensive experience making pizza dough from scratch”, then you should consider applying for a position at Apple as a “Pizza Cook”. You’ll be required to cook delicious pizzas for all the designers and engineers. Interesting… Read More
Apple seems to be working on a standalone camera. Not the one you find on your iOS device, but something entirely different. Steve Jobs always wanted to disrupt the camera industry and it seems that work on a point-and-shoot standalone iSight camera has already begun. As noted in a guide published by iLounge, sources say that Apple is closely working on this project. Read More