According to Brandwatch, a social media analyst that researches into consumer attitudes toward brands on the web, Apple is the most criticized brand in the blogosphere.
Microsoft recently added a new page titled Mac vs PC. Do these words sound familiar? That’s because the whole world is debating over the matter and even because Apple’s ad campaign had a similar name.
CineXPlayer is a free App available on the App Store that lets you watch Xvid movies on your iPad. For a more detailed review, click here.
This one is huge. Apple has surprisingly allowed an App that lets you watch Xvid movies on your iPad. The App is free for download from the App Store and is just incredible. You could now transfer all of those .avi movies directly to your iPad without spending hours converting them.
Google has just announced that you could now convert files already uploaded to your documents list into a Google Docs format. You could even convert PDFs and images that you’ve already uploaded to text using the Optical Character Recognition (OCP) technology.
Do you have audiobooks which are in MP3 format and are in parts? Sometimes, you get such MP3 files and want to add them to your iPod but they behave as normal songs and don’t remember where you last left them. To use the MP3 files as an audiobook and to get the most out of the audiobook features of your iPod, here is a simple tool that is free of cost.
According to Steve Jobs, Flash is a technology that is going to become obsolete in a few years and HTML5 would become the next big thing. He believes that Flash makes devices slow, prone to crashes and drains battery life and therefore Apple decided not to use Flash on iPods, iPhones and iPads.
This week, Apple chose a great game for all age groups as their iPad App of the Week. Little Things for iPad looks great, thanks to the advanced iPad display. The game chooses an object and lists some miscellaneous things that you need to find. Your job is to find the listed things as quickly as possible. Look at the video posted by AppSpark to see the game in action.
Apple has just turned on it’s popular Genius feature in the App store on iPad. Genius browses through all your Apps and sends your data to Apple. Apple then responds back suggesting a few interesting apps based on the applications already on your iPad that go great together. The feature has been for long on iPod touches and iPhones, but Apple has enabled it on iPad too.