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Apple Does Devs A Favor, Removes Negative Reviews After Crash Bug

Earlier this morning we told you that Apple had fixed the bug in the App Store that caused several recently-updated apps to crash on launch. The problem apparently originated with an Apple server responsible for adding DRM code to apps. The code that was getting added was corrupt, causing the apps to crash on launch – in fact, if you …

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Russian Malware Sneaks Into App Store, Google Play

While critics often complain about the “walled garden” ecosystem of the iOS platform and its App Store, there’s one thing that’s hard to deny: iOS is about as secure as you could want it to be. While malware on the Android platform is an ever-increasing threat, iOS users generally don’t have to worry much about it. After all, all iOS …

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Apple Resolves App Store Update Problem

Apple has fixed a bug that was causing certain updates to crash on launch. Yesterday we told you that many users were experiencing a bug that caused recently updated apps to crash on launch. The update affected over three dozen apps, including Instapaper, the free version of Angry Birds Space HD, GoodReader, Readdle Scanner Pro, and many more. According to …

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App Store Bug Causes Newly Updated Apps To Crash

Sometimes in life, the littlest things can be the most exciting. When you’re young and living on your own for the first time, you get a little thrill out of checking your mail and seeing stuff addressed to you, even if it’s junk. When you got your first email address (all the way back in 1997 for me; get off …

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Apple App Store Reviewers Look At Penises All Day

By most accounts, Apple’s App Store is pretty awesome. Introduced in 2008 with the iPhone 3G, the App Store allowed third party developers the chance to put their software in the hands of iPhone users. It spawned the famous “there’s an app for that” campaign, and made mobile software development a huge industry. Of course, it hasn’t all been sunshine …

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The Amazing Spider Man Game Launches on Android, iOS

Gameloft is teaming up with marvel to launch The Amzing Spiderman movie game release on Android and iOS. The game is based on the original film storyline, so if this is a movie you can’t wait to see, you will be able to get a sneak peak at what the movie will offer by playing this mobile app. Similar characters …

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iTunes 11 To Get Better Sharing, iCloud Integration

Back in April we brought you news that the next version of iTunes, iTunes 11, was working its way through Apple’s internal testing. Little was known about what iTunes 11 would look like, except that it was supposed to bring improved iCloud integration and iOS 6 compatibility. A recent report from Bloomberg has confirmed the improved iCloud integration and offered …

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Apple App Store Search Gets A Boost From Chomp

Back in February we brought you news that Apple had acquired Chomp. Chomp was a search engine focused specifically on apps for the iOS and Android platforms. By the time news of the purchase broke, however, several of Chomp’s most prominent employees – including CEO Ben Keighran and CTO Cathy Edwards – were already working for Apple. At the time, …

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Apple Plants The App Store Flag In 32 More Countries

Apple’s march toward global application domination continues. Last week during Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote, CEO Tim Cook promised that the App Store would be coming to 32 more countries around the world. An email from Apple to iOS and OS X developers today has confirmed the expansion, which goes live today. Though Cook didn’t say which countries, the email does. …

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Apple App Store Now Carries 650,000 Apps with 30 Billion Already Downloaded

Apple CEO Tim Cook just announced an amazing milestone for the company at today’s (June 11th – 15th) Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2012) in San Francisco. The news is, the app store now has over 650,000 apps available and there has already been 30 billion downloads. Very impressive! Of course, well over 200,000 of those apps are specifically designed for …

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Temple Run Gets A “Brave” Makeover For iOS, Android

If you’ve paid very much attention to the world of iOS and Android gaming, you’ve probably heard of Temple Run. It’s an addictive little game wherein you help the main character – an Indiana Jones lookalike – escape from some evil skull-monkey creatures that he has angered. Though it appeals to players of all ages, the game is particularly popular …

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App Store Gets Free App Of The Week, Editor’s Choice

Apple has taken some extra steps to promote new apps in the iOS and Mac App Stores. If you go to the Featured section of the App Store on your iOS device or your Mac, you’ll see a few apps marked Editors’ Choice, and one marked Free App of the Week. As you might expect, the apps aren’t the same …

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