At 8 AM local time, Apple released the new iPad in 25 more countries, and according to multiple sources, lines have started forming in front of Apple stores, with people eager to get their hands on the shiny new iPad.
As Jim Dalrymple [The Loop] reports, Apple’s latest App, iPhoto, an extremely sophisticated photo editing App for iOS which is a part of the iLife mobile suite has achieved over one million users in just 10 days. Astonishing. For clarification, Apple said that these are 1,000,000 individual users, not multiple downloads on different devices by a user. Since there have been 1,000,000 purchases, and the App costs $4.99, Apple has roughly made $5 Million off one app in just 10 days. Wow! Read More
When there is that special moment, all we care about is capturing it for remembrance. The quality is not something you will consider at that moment. Later, when you think it is worthy enough to be shown to the world, you transfer it to your computer, and are about to upload it. That is when you say to yourself, the video is so shaky, and the quality isn’t that good either, and you abandon the thought of uploading it.
Well, YouTube has put an end to this, with its new features that allow you to make your clip better in every aspect, whether it is the sound, or the video shakiness, YouTube will do its best to fix it, all it will take is just one click. Read More
The popular Google Earth for iOS has undergone a major update. When you see the details of this update, it just seems like a few tweaks and bug fixes, but the update has a new feature dubbed “Earth Gallery”. The update also brings in support for “bike routes” for iOS users. Read More
An unnamed source from a fraudulent and apparently shady mobile app marketing company explains how it works and that Apple can’t do anything to stop it.
According to CNNMoney, the US carrier AT&T announced today that sales of the 4G sporting third generation Apple tablet made a single day record. Though some of you might be curious for actual figures, but for now the company simply claims that there is ‘Robust Demand for the new iPad’. Read More
Apple has recently made it clear what it plans to do with the almost $100B in cash it has in bank. The company plans to do a buy back starting September 1st of this year which will run for the next 3 years and a per-share dividend of $2.65 to start in fiscal Q4, which starts on July 1st.
So, you’ve got yourself a new iPad and now its time to get some awesome news apps to take advantage of those blazingly fast quad core graphics. Cut The Buttons might be just for you. This App, developed by Open Name LTD, presents a very unique gaming experience, but at the same time there are a few things that you can easily relate to that you have possibly seen in other applications within the App Store.
Aspire Goals is a to-do App for the iPhone and iPod touch with a twist. Now is the twist good or bad is what we will find out soon. The App aims to help you remember things that you are required to complete. It does so by having specific sections within todos called “Motivators”, “Slideshows” and “Goals”. You simply hit the add button and create a new todo. Read More