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Free Version of Popular Repeat Timer Pro App Released

Repeat Timer LogoRepeat Timer Pro is an exceptionally well designed application that is extremely popular on the App Store. A reason for the same is that it is quite different to alternatives in the market, including that of Apple’s in house ‘Clock’ App. Today, the developer has released a free version. The proposed purpose for this could be for people who don’t want to pay for the Pro version, however another reason could be for people to try out the application before they make a purchase of the Pro version. A good idea and will potentially move the sales margin for this particular App, they will also potentially sell more of the Pro version of the App. Read More

30 Million App Copies Sold Worldwide. Neon Play Speak. [DEVDIALOGUE]

paper gliderNeon Play have been delivering success after success. The startup delivers games for iOS that have been cherished by users globally. Paper Glider, a title by the company was recently the 10th billion App downloaded ever and it got further glory to the development team. After a few years and more games in the App Store, the company recently hit 30 million App downloads globally. In this interview with Oli Christie of Neon Play we try to convince the team to spill out their secret formula as well as give some tips to budding developers. Read More

5 Amazing Magazine-Like Experience for News Right on your iPad [APPS]

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

Kindle Fire To Set The Tablet Wars On Fire

Kindle Fire

Amazon has finally unveiled its long anticipated tablet, the Kindle Fire, which may challenge the Apple iPad in the tablet market.

Amazon showed off the tablet with a 7 inch screen on Wednesday, in New York. The Kindle Fire sports a colored 7 inch touch screen display and runs on a totally redesigned version of Google’s Android. Amazon is also using its web-based experience to make browsing the web extremely smooth and fast with its new tablet. In-fact, the techniques that Amazon is using could make webpages load faster on the Kindle Fire than the iPad 2 with A5. Amazon Silk the browser that powers the tablet learns users behaviors and starts caching often visited pages for quicker load times. It offloads content to Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) that shrinks it to a more efficient size. The iPad however, has a larger screen of 9.7 inches, which has its own advantages. Read More

iWork Comes to iPhone and iPod touch

iworkIt seems that Apple has already got way too many products to unveil at WWDC. Ahead of WWDC, Apple today announced that its popular office application suite – iWork is now a universal App that makes it compatible with both iPhone and iPod touch. Keynotes, Pages, and Numbers will now run on iPad and iPad 2, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4, and iPod touch (3rd & 4th generation). Read More

Connector for Samsung’s 10.1″ Tab Looks So Identical

samsung connectorApple has probably done the right thing by suing Samsung. The latest Galaxy S phones look pretty much identical to the iPhone, and when compared, the icons of certain Apps almost resemble that of the iPhone. The picture above displays the connector for Samsung’s latest 10.1″ Galaxy Tab and even this appears exactly as the iPod/iPad USB connector. Wow. Read More