Official YouTube App Hits The App Store

Google has finally made an official YouTube App available on the App Store. Starting with iOS 6, Apple decided to remove the default YouTube client on iOS and today, Google has responded to that by coming up with a native YouTube App for iOS devices. The App is way better than the standard client or even the website. And it would make Google a lot more money. Read More

ProCamera HD Is The Only Camera App You Need (REVIEW)

ProCamera HD is an incredible App and the perfect replacement for the default camera App. This App is packed to its gills with features that will dazzle you. It makes the camera so much more powerful and usable. There is a movable toolbar in the App that gives you instant control on zooming, picture clicking and provides many more options. An anti-shake and self timer is included right within the App so you can utilize the powerful functionalities of ProCamera HD. Read More

The Tiny Bang Story for iOS Is An Interactive Game With Puzzles And Amazing Graphics

The Tiny Bang Story for iOS is a fantastic game in the form of a book with no text at all. It is more of a game than a book whereby you need to solve puzzles in the first 5 chapters of the game to restore Tiny Planet and give its inhabitants their life back. Appearance wise, it can be considered to be a book with no text and amazing hand drawn graphics. Read More

Apple Should Integrate Reminders And Notification Center on Mac This Way (IMAGE)

Reminders and Notification Center on Mac IntegrationA user on Reddit posted a concept mockup on how Apple should integrate the Reminders App with the Notification Center. The way Reminders App works in sync across all devices via iCloud is phenomenal, but certain elements need to be changed, and this is one of them. Hopefully, Apple will hear the voice of its users as it has been doing so for these many years. Read More

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Agrees That Android Tablets Suck

amazon jeff bezosAt an event today, even Amazon’s Jeff Bezos agreed that Android tablets suck. Before unveiling the new Kindle Fire tablets, Jeff Bezos clearly identified the competition and agreed for the fact that Android tablets are horrible and don’t work.

Here is what he said –

“Customers are smart. Last year, there were more than two dozen Android tablets launched into the marketplace, and nobody bought ‘em. Why? Because they’re gadgets, and people don’t want gadgets anymore. They want services that improve over time. They want services that improve every day, every week, and every month.”

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