11 April, 2013 - Killian Bell
Gameloft has today released its latest game for iOS, Dungeon Hunter 4. Like its predecessors, the new title is a role playing game that’s inspired by hits like Diablo, only this time, it’s free-to-play. In addition to an “epic storyline” for single players, it also boasts multiplayer co-op for the most intense battles.
9 April, 2013 - Paul Dixon
Google today rolled out an update for the iOS version of its Chrome web browser, taking it to version 26.0.1410.50. The update introduces a number of improvements and new features including fullscreen browsing on the iPhone and iPod touch, new printing capabilities, and the ability to save web pages as pdfs to Google Drive.
3 April, 2013 - Paul Dixon
If you use Google to search for apps for your iOS devices, you may have noticed that that the results that you have been getting recently aren’t always particularly helpful. Where previously, iTunes Store links appeared at the top of the search engine’s results, many are now buried much further down.
25 March, 2013 - Paul Dixon
If like me, you’re a frequent Google+ user, you will be pleased to hear that Google has updated its iOS app with a number of new features and enhancements. The most notable new feature sees the introduction of image editing capabilities, which include the ability to crop, rotate, and apply filters to your photos before you post them.
21 March, 2013 - Paul Dixon
Apple today rolled out a significant update for its Podcasts app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The update, which takes the app to version 1.2, introduces several improvements and new features including: station syncing between devices via iCloud, custom station & playlist creation, and a revamped Now Playing view.
15 March, 2013 - Killian Bell
Dropbox has today announced its acquisition of Orchestra, a software developer famous for its new Mailbox app for iPhone. Mailbox will remain a standalone app, the company says, but it will be used to extend Dropbox’s core file-sharing service.
13 March, 2013 - Paul Dixon
It may not have had the best of starts, but according to a report from The Loop, Apple has been working hard to improve its Maps app. Most recently, the Cupertino company has made significant improvements for users in China and Japan, but other countries and cities around the world have also received updates over the last few months.
8 March, 2013 - Killian Bell
Apple Maps has received a torrent of criticism since its debut with iOS 6 last autumn, and its issues with accuracy have been well documented all over the web. So you might be surprised to hear that in a recent test by PC Mag, Apple Maps beat Google Maps and Waze at navigation.
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5 March, 2013 - Paul Dixon
Google has today released the first update for its standalone Google Maps app for the iPhone and iPod touch. The update, which takes the version of the app to 1.1, introduces a number of improvements, including new icons for faster local business searching, and integration with Google contacts.