Mega, formerly MegaUpload, has finally released their iOS companion application. Mega offers a whopping 50 GB of free storage for their users, and the promise of security. Check out more on the inside.
Apple has been slowly updating all of its own apps in the App Store, not the apps preinstalled on your iOS device, apps like Find My iPhone, and Find My Friends, iBooks, etc.
The update removes some of the last remaining Apple branded ‘skeuomorphism’ in iOS, unless of course you’re still running a terribly old device. The leather that filled all available real estate has been replaced by open white spaces, very simple looking layouts.
I’m pretty sure we all have those folders lying around on one of our iOS pages that’s just full of apps we don’t use. Well if you have the time, and don’t mind using Spotlight search every so often, an organization friendly glitch that surfaced back in September is still totally available in iOS 7.0.4 – and after testing it myself, still really is easy to do. The glitch lets you hide stock and third-party apps, as well as entire folders. Head inside for the full tutorial:
Apple has just seeded the first beta of iOS 7.1 to developers. All of you registered developers out there can head over to the Dev Center and grab the update now!
We’ve got the full change log inside, check it out:
Well folks, it’s finally here. About six months ago, Google promised that its Play Music All Access service would be coming to iOS in “a few weeks”. That was obviously not the case, but the service has finally hit the App Store and is ready to go.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 console has finally created their companion application, entitled ‘PlayStation App.’ Designed so you can interact with your PS4 console experience while on the go. Microsoft released their SmartGlass app for the Xbox console line on October 26, 2012 – more than a year later the Sony PlayStation team has punched back. Is the app as awesome as SmartGlass? I doubt it, but lets look into it anyways.
Over the last couple days some of our favorite big-box stores, Target, Best Buy, and Walmart have released their black Friday and Thanksgiving advertisements. To no surprise at all they’ll include a deal on Apple products. If you want and iPad me this Christmas it’s looking like the best place to go is Walmart, where you can get a $100 gift card when you purchase a $299 iPad mini. Or $75 gift card when you sign up for a new contract at Walmart for an iPhone.
The new iPad mini retinas are out and about today, but unless you reserved your device through Apple’s online store portal you cannot just waltz on in to the Apple store to get one for yourself. So far today only Personal Pickups have been allowed at the store, with walk-in customers being turned away.