Plants vs Zombies is an extremely addictive game for the iPod touch, iPhone, Mac and the iPad. It is developed by PopCap and has been chosen as the number one iPhone/iPod touch game in our Top 10 iPhone Apps list. Your mission is to save your house from the evil Zombies.
Apple is a huge company and is quite successful. But it wasn’t like this always. Once, Apple was only 90 days away from going bankrupt in it’s early days. But Steve Jobs and his men continued to fight and made some really great products. The company had it’s ups and downs on it’s way and some of the products could have failed the company terribly, but didn’t.
A new Social Networking App dubbed Friendly – Facebook Browser popped up on the New and Noteworthy App list on the App Store. Friendly is a Facebook client for the iPad and is the best way to interact with Facebook on iPad. The App is available for download from the App Store for $4.99 and is totally worth the money.
The insanely famous Bit-torrent client, uTorrent has now added a web interface that lets you access your torrent data from anywhere in the world. You just need an internet connection along with a web browser to manage your torrents. The web interface is luckily not developed in Flash which makes it accessible from any iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or Android device.
Till date, you could only upload videos on YouTube which were worth 10 minutes. This time limit was good for reviews and news of some sort, but really not enough. Today, YouTube has announced that the video time limit has been increased to 15 minutes. Not a huge increase, but a necessary update.
Google announced Google TV at Google I/O. They plan to bring the web to your TV along with hi-def YouTube videos. Google has partnered with Logitech and Sony to manufacture the device. According to Peter Sherman, Google is really excited about the new product and thinks that watching YouTube videos on your TV would be cool.
Apple recently put up the Safari Extensions Gallery which lets you choose from over a hundred extensions and enhance your experience with Safari. The extensions feel smooth on the browser and though Apple isn’t the first one to come up with the idea of extensions, it surely has done a great job.