In a Read Me file found in the recent release of iOS 4.3 Beta 2, it has been noted that the phenomenal mulittouch gestures that is currently available for developers won’t make it to the iPad with iOS 4.3. The gestures are incredible and allows users to quickly pop up the multitasking bar, switch between Apps, and return to the home screen using four to five finger gestures.
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The Google TV runs on Android, but unlike Android on mobile devices, the infrastructure is closed. There have been hacks that allow you to access the root files, but much advancements have not been made in this area because of the fact that the Android on Google TV devices was designed to run on x86 CPU architecture with Intel chips.
Spirits for iPad and iPhone, the mind-boggling game in which you need to direct spirits to a certain place by using special powers is now on sale. Along with Spirits, Mr Bounce also developed by SpacesofPlay is on sale for a limited time. Spirits for iPad is available at $2.99 (regulary $4.99), Spirits for iPhone at $0.99 (regularly $2.99) and Mr. Bounce for $0.99 (regularly $1.99).
Read our interview with the developers of SpaceofPlay.
A new App by AppsByBirbeck labelled “Starbucks Card Widget” allows you manage and track your Starbucks Cards from your Android phone. The App also enables mobile payments and lets you pay directly from your Android phone using the card.
Apple’s dynamic CEO, Mr. Steve Jobs has sent out an email to all Apple employees informing them about his medical leave of absence. The visionary Steve Jobs would like to now focus on his health and for the time being he is granting Tim Cook, Apple COO the permission to manage day-to-day operations. He would continue to be the CEO and would still be involved in all major decisions during his absence.
Another iPad 2 rumor! New listings for iPads have been spotted at the Best Buy website for devices that currently don’t exist. The devices are Wi-Fi only models and are priced at $599.00 and $699.99. It could be a Verizon iPad or the iPad 2 or a prank. Anyway, we still are waiting desperately for the February event where Apple would probably announce the iPad 2.
Unlike Windows, Mac OS does not have an “Uninstall or Remove Applications” like program. Apple’s recently announced Mac App Store certainly makes installing Mac Apps extremely easy, but uninstalling them is not so direct.
It is a good idea to remove Apps that you don’t use and make your Mac free of bloat ware. Simply use any of the two methods mentioned below, and you’ll get to know how to remove applications installed on your Mac.