All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iOS’

Duolingo Finally Launches an iPad App

Duolingo, the free language learning service with a wonderfully simply, but brilliant premise, has finally optimized their iOS app to be fully functional on the iPad. And they haven’t just made the previous iOS app bigger – they’ve added a new sidebar that makes learning languages on the iPad a more immersive experience. With the new iPad app, Duolingo says …

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Facebook for iOS Gets Verified Checks, Fixes That Annoying News Feed Issue

Facebook has just released a minor update to their iOS app – but if you were one of the users who had been suffering with a slow news feed for a while then it’s more like a hallelujah update. Version 6.3 brings verified celebs, public figures, and pages – you know, that little blue check mark next to the names …

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Sega Finally Brings Crazy Taxi To Android

Crazy Taxi is one of the greatest arcade games ever made, and it was even better on the Dreamcast. The latter has been ported to pretty much every platform ever, including iOS, but it was still missing on Android. That all changes today. Sega announced that Crazy Taxi is now available on Google Play for a host of Android devices. …

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Twitter Gets Direct Message Sync, Other Improvements

Notification sync across devices should be a given in pretty much everything these days. In fact, it’s a major feature of Android and iOS. Now Twitter is finally joining the party. Twitter announced today that users will be able to sync direct messages across all of their devices. In other words, reading a direct message on one device will mark …

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Get Some Amazing iOS Games For Free This Week

iOS is a fantastic platform for apps and games. Sure, there’s a lot of crap, but iOS has also given birth to some of the most innovative titles in mobile gaming. You may not believe that statement, but now you have a chance to try these games out for yourself for free this week. Kotaku reports that many of the …

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Vine for iOS Gets a New Camera, Revining, and Protected Posts (Coming to Android Soon)

Less than two weeks after Instagram unveiled their Vine competitor, 15-second Instagram Video, Vine has just hit back with a significant update for iOS that brings new channels, camera tools, and the ability to keep your posts private. First up, Vine has redesigned the camera with a new grid, focus, and ghost tools. This should expand the types of videos …

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Spotify for iOS Update Brings Discover Feature, On-the-Go Playlist Editing, and More

Spotify for iOS received a nice update today, brining their mew music discovery feature to mobile and giving users the ability to edit playlists on the go. First up, Discovery mode: Spotify first announced the new Discover feature last year, and they recently made it available to all users via the Web Player. “With the Discover page, we’re making good …

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The Walking Dead 400 Days Will Be Out This Week

Ever since it was announced, Telltale Games has said that The Walking Dead 400 Days would be out in early July. They have stayed true to their word as the DLC will drop tomorrow. IGN reports that The Walking Dead 400 Days will start launching on various platforms starting tomorrow with the PlayStation Network in North America. On Wednesday, July …

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Doodle Jump For Kinect Trailer Will Subvert Your Expectations

Doodle Jump has torn up the mobile charts over the last few years with its simplistic gameplay and charming visuals. Now the developer at Lima Sky is trying its hand at the console space with an Xbox 360 version built for Kinect. Doodle Jump for Kinect is largely the same as its iOS predecessor, but it enjoys the benefits (or …

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LIMBO Coming to iPad, iPhone Next Week

Back in 2010, an indie game called LIMBO was released for the Xbox LIVE Arcade. LIMBO charmed gamers with its unique silhouette-heavy art style and some surprisingly violent moments that don’t seem to match the game’s early tone. The game has now spread to PlayStation 3, PC, and even PlayStation Vita. Millions of copies of LIMBO have been sold, hundreds …

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Microsoft And KLab Are Working On Age Of Empires For iOS, Android

Microsoft, like any company, loves money. The best way to get said money is to make sure your products are on as many devices as possible, especially when those devices are selling loads more than your own platform. Nikkei (via Reuters) reports that Microsoft will be bringing its popular game franchises to iOS and Android devices later this year. The …

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Imgur’s iOS App Is Being Held Up by Apple but Should Arrive in a Few Weeks

Earlier this year, popular photo-sharing app 500px was yanked from Apple’s App Store for a week or so and then reinstated after the Cupertino company expressed concerns with the level of pornography able to be accessed using the app. 500px instituted a couple of basic safeguards against inappropriate imagery (Apple had mentioned something about possible child porn), and was promptly …

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