Category: Apps

  • Flappybird Controversy over apparent use of Super Mario Brio Graphic’s

                    If you have been on facebook or twitter the last couple of days developers and users alike are flaming mad over flappybirds use of Super Mario Bros graphic's. The hatered toward the game has garnered alot of attention , like the photo shown above by Super Mario […]

  • Fake Instagram App Infects Android Devices with Malware

    Malware writers have created a fake Instagram app for Android that is really a Trojan in disguise. The idea is to make money by leveraging all the hype surrounding Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram.

  • “Google Play”… Are you ready to play?

      Move over Apple’s iTunes store. There is a new and improved Google Market coming to town and it is called Google Play. Google Play is taking the accessibility of  books, music, apps and movies to a whole new level. With everything being cloud based you will not have to worry about where you are […]

  • Change Siri’s accent on iOS (over 40 to choose from)

      One of the main reasons people flocked to get a 4S was the introduction of Siri, a personal assistant and amazing voice recognition agent that has not been successfully emulated and is the envoy of the other phone operating systems at the moment.  Siri can perform hundreds of tasks by voice activation and even […]

  • Facebook for iPhone Badge Icon Issues

    While it hasn’t been officially announced as an issue, there have been a few reports around the internet that the badge icon for iPhone users hasn’t been working for about a week now. Notifications still come over and will show up in the lockscreen and in the notification center, but the red dot next to the app icon doesn’t show up. This seems to be the case for both the Facebook app and the Messenger app. Read more…

  • Vonage Mobile App – Free Calls and Texts Worldwide For Android and iOS

    If you and your friends both use the Vonage app, you can now enjoy free calls and texts to each other via WiFi or 3G/4G. You can also add calling credits to call people that don’t have the app. For a limited time, calls to any phone in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico are free as long as you stay under your minutes. Read more…

  • iPhone Tip: GMail via Exchange – How To Delete Instead Of Archive

    I’ve had the iPhone for a few months now, after using Windows Mobile, Blackberry, Symbian, Windows Phone 7, and Android. Android obviously had excellent integration with Google’s services such as GMail and Google Talk. The transition to the iPhone took a little time, but I’ve gotten a lot of things to work pretty good. One thing I noticed the other day was when I would supposedly delete my emails from my phone, they weren’t going into Trash in GMail, instead, they were going into All Mail. Read more…

  • iPhone 4S and iPad 2 Jailbreak Greenpois0n Absinthe updated w/ Bug Fixes

    A few weeks ago we reported on the new untethered jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2, Greenpois0n Absinthe. Today, they offer an update with some bug fixes. Most of these fixes seem to be with the actual jailbreaking process itself and not with the phone. So if you’re already jailbroken, its probably not necessary to re-jailbreak. Read more…

  • Skype Private Beta Starting For Windows Phone Users?

    As you may remember, Skype is now a part of Microsoft and there’s been rumors as to when Skype will be available on Windows Phone 7 devices. There’s a new rumor floating around that there are some private invitations going out to beta test a new Skype app. Read more…

  • Microsoft Bringing XBox Live To iPhone/iPad/Android?

    While Microsoft has had games released on different platforms, so far, the XBox Live experience has really only been on Windows Phone 7 devices. Microsoft now states that it will be bringing “a few” of their XBox Live experiences and titles to the iPhone, iPad, and Android. There’s no word yet on when this might happen, or what experiences or titles that might be. Read more…

  • Amazon Android Free App 1/23 – KeepTrack Pro

    Organizing and tracking different areas of your life couldn’t be easier with KeepTrack Pro. Turn your Android device into a personal assistant that can help you stay on-time, meet your goals, and track what is important to you. KeepTrack Pro helps you get a handle on aspects of your life that require careful attention. Track […]

  • Angry Birds Seasons – Year of the Dragon – Released Today for Android and iPhone

    To celebrate the Chinese New Year, Rovio has released a special edition of its Angry Birds Seasons game, dubbed Year of the Dragon. The new version includes a vibrant red Chinese New Year theme, 15 new levels, and Mighty Eagle becomes the Mighty Dragon. As always, its available for free in the market or app store of your choosing.

  • Amazon Android Free App 1/17 – Cookies & Milk

    Product Description If you’ve got little helpers in your kitchen who love baking or if you simply have a sweet tooth to satisfy, the Cookies and Milk app brings the joys of (pretend) baking to your Android device. From sugar-loving toddlers to calorie-conscious adults, baking and indulging in a cyber-cookie just may be the sweet […]

  • Amazon Android Free App 12/20 – Sound Sleep Deluxe Edition (Music Therapy)

    Sound Sleep Deluxe Edition (Music Therapy) is an Android music app that is designed to help you unwind and relax, so you can sleep more soundly. With low-speed alpha waves, the sounds will comfort your mind and help you to naturally and smoothly fall asleep. The app is easy to use, so you can simply […]

  • Super Bowl will stream live online and to Verizon phones for the first time

    The NFL announced that NBC will stream the 2012 Super Bowl live, for free, to the web and Verizon smartphones. This is nothing new for the network, either. It already streams its “Sunday Night Football” telecasts online and to Verizon phones. NBC expects a hearty response for the Feb. 5 showdown in Indianapolis. NBC will also […]

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