Apple has uploaded a new TV ad on its website that highlights some of the features of the highly popular tablet. The Ad showcases some of the popular Apps including Flipboard, iWork, The Elements and Skywalk. It shows how the iPad is good in so many ways and can be useful for everyone. Have a look at it here.
As an iPhone user who greatly enjoys the benefits of GPS, I’m perpetually frustrated with the lack of a fully functioning approved Google Latitude App in the App Store. Much comment was made at the time of Latitude’s release, hyped by it’s over-delay, when it emerged, crippled, as a web based app.
Google Calendar Sync is a great service by Google that lets you sync your Google calendar with almost all desktop applications and mobile devices. Today, Google is adding support for Outlook 2010 in Google Calendar Sync. Outlook 2010 users could now sync their Calendar using Google Calendar Sync and access it from any device.
Barnes & Noble has finally launched Nook for iPhone. The App lets you access and read over 1 million books directly from your iPhone. The App is well designed and includes support for multitasking and the retina display. The text just feels crisp on the iPhone 4 and with this new App, iPhone users could get access to a million books.
After having launched a hugely successful iPicasso App, Uvento has big plans to come up with a native iPad App. In an interview with TheAppleGoogle they share with us a truly inspirational story of how innovation makes place for itself in-spite of an over crowded market space. Edited excerpts:
In its quest to explore leading technology and the people behind it, TheAppleGoogle is pleased to announce the launch of our new platform which has been christened as “DevDialogue”.
Well, if the river says why is land coming in its way to the sea? If the clouds question as to why the mountains are coming in between their free flight? If the wind wonders why the sky scrapers have intruded in their path? And the forests wince at the thought of roads cutting through them.
Adobe recently updated its Photoshop App for the iPhone and the update makes the App compatible with the iPad too. The App is now designed for both iPhone and iPad but the features are almost the same. The App lets you edit pictures and upload it to Facebook or Photoshop Online.
There have been a lot of rumors about this event, but if the truth be told, some of the rumors just feel so fake. In a statement earlier this year, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs said that Apple would announce a lot of great products later this year. The time has come and if rumors are to be believed, the next Apple event could happen sometime in late September or maybe this month.