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A new Pokémon adventure has just made its way onto the App Store. Pokémon Rumble will take players to a number of different islands and seas on the search for unique and strong creatures. When looking for wild Pokémon, control a friendly Pokémon with one hand to clear the stage and move forward. If an enemy appears, just attack by tapping the screen. To keep the game interesting, the islands and seas will change every two weeks so you can find new Pokémon while on a journey. While on a...

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Apple has been kicking the tires on next-gen microLED displays for a few years now. If you keep up with the company, that shouldn’t come as any surprise. While they may not be the first to roll out new technologies and materials, they are definitely working with them and planning for when the time will […]

Source Feed: iPad Insight
Categories: apple watch, apple watch series 4, microled

From the fun, quirky and diverse characters to the cool of the laid-back West-Coast Jazz soundtracks, I have loved all of the Peanuts specials and movies since I was a kid. Is any cartoon character more loveable and easier to root for than good-old Charlie Brown? Is any cartoon dog more fun than Snoopy? Do […]

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Categories: apple news, apple tv+, apple tv, peanuts, snoopy

I’ve heard about the Brydge Keyboard for the iPad for years and seen the glowing reviews. However, I have typically stuck with products from ZAGG and Logitech, as they tend to be a little less expensive and provide more coverage as cases. The main thing that kept me from trying the more expensive Brydge was […]

Source Feed: iPad Insight
Categories: ipad accessory reviews, ipad pro, brydge, brydge pro, ipad keyboard cases, ipad pro keyboard cases, logitech, zagg

According to MacRumors, they just might. A source of theirs at Apple has indicated that the company may be preparing to bring the old six-color rainbow logo, which was retired in 1999, back in some form. However, the rest is up to our imaginations, as the source in question didn’t indicate exactly where or how […]

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Categories: apple news, apple logo, apple rainbow logo, old apple logo

Void Tyrant continues to get a lot of play in these parts. Probably because the game is just so deep and varied. The next stop on our guide series for Void Tyrant is class-specific guides. First up is the Knight, as it’s the first class anyone has access to. See below for a few quality tips for playing this melee-focused class: [Read more]

Source Feed: 148Apps - iPhone and iPad App Reviews, Game Reviews, and News

Imagine a tale of conlict between factions of good and evil, where rogueish heroes summon beasts to aid them in them in warfare and courageously battle dragons over fields of scorched earth and brimstone - that's exactly the essence of epic fantasy adventure that newly released strategy RPG First Summoner aims to deliver into the palm of your hand. Released today in over 140 countries for iOS and Android, First Summoner comes courtesy of Korean developer SkeinGlobe and publisher LINE Games...

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Apple and podcasts are nearly synonymous. They have been intertwined from the outset of the genre, as the very name podcast is derived from Apple’s first major consumer electronics hit- the iPod. With all of that history, it seems a little surprising that Apple never ventured into the space that they gave an early home […]

Source Feed: iPad Insight
Categories: apple news, apple podcasts, podcasts

Tablet stands come in all shapes and sizes. In the case of the Slope, that shape is sleek and that size is very slim and light. The Slope pulls this off thanks to a unique grip material that allows this stand to securely hold your tablet without additional hardware and the bulk that comes with […]

Source Feed: iPad Insight
Categories: ipad insight deals, deals, tablet stand

If you’re in the market for a new type of visual novel designed to inform and make you think deeply about its subject matter, then Arranged by Kabuk Games could be exactly what you’re looking for. It’s a wholly unique take on marital traditions in Turkey, exploring the differences between consensual and non-consensual relationships using a multipath story. It all centres around Elif, a regular Turkish girl that’s returned home to her family after graduating from college. It isn’t long before...

Source Feed: 148Apps - iPhone and iPad App Reviews, Game Reviews, and News

TEPPEN’s unique take on the collectible card game genre is exciting. It’s just over a week old, but that isn’t stopping lots of folks from speculating about the long-term viability of the game, as well as changes and additions that will happen over time. In the days since release, though. One thing is becoming clear. TEPPEN’s first set of top tier decks have emerged, and boy are they dominant. In checking out any community talking about TEPPEN, there are three main deck types that anyone is...

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Recently released matching puzzler Silly Memory is helping its fans with their intergalactic journeys this month with some very special offers on in-app purchases. In case you missed it, Silly Memory is the debut title of French based indie developer CDO Apps, and its winning a lot of fans the world over right now thanks to its pleasing blend of innovative mechanics, whimsical art style, and charming storyline. Unlike many puzzlers on the appstores, Silly Memory comes with a light hearted and...

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If you have an iPhone X or XS and want a stand that looks as good as your phone, check out the StandONE iPhone X Stand from MonitorMate. Our Deals site is offering the StandONE iPhone X Stand for $22.99. Description Designed for the iPhone X series, StandONE is made of uni-body stainless steel with […]

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Categories: ipad insight deals, deals

I have seen a lot of complaint articles and negative Twitter pile-ons about the current design and operation of Apple Stores over the past few months. Some of this was likely stirred up by the departure of Angela Ahrendts from the company. She had spent a lot of her time at Apple giving Apple Retail […]

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Categories: cool things, angela ahrendts, apple education, apple retail, apple store classes, apple stores, jony ive

While I love several of the new features in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, the ability to use external storage is one I keep coming back to. It opens up lots of new and interesting possibilities that will make certain tasks easier and may even change the amount of internal storage in the iPads that […]

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Categories: ios 13, ipados 13, ipad air, ipad pro, ipados

TEPPEN is a wild game that nobody asked for, but I’m sure glad it exists. Who would’ve thought that a CCG featuring Capcom characters could be so cool and weird? In case you’re not completely sure what TEPPEN is, make sure to check out our review where we explain this wacky game. Then, come back here for some beginner tips that might help you as you start playing the game. [Read more]

Source Feed: 148Apps - iPhone and iPad App Reviews, Game Reviews, and News

Earlier today, Digitimes and Digitimes Taiwan reported on Apple’s AR Glasses, saying first that the project is cancelled and later that development has been temporarily stopped. This seems to be based on a claim that the team working on the project was disbanded and its members re-assigned to other areas within Apple in May. This […]

Source Feed: iPad Insight
Categories: general, apple ar glasses, ar glasses, digitimes

We now live in a post-Dr. Mario World world, and I gotta say, things don’t feel too different. Nintendo continues to squirt out bad games on phones, causing all but the most stalwart fans of mobile games to question why they even bother downloading games from the App Store. [Read more]

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Epic turn-based RPG Brown Dust is set to turn 500 days old next week, and to celebrate, Neowiz has just unveiled its biggest and most exciting update yet, offering a host of new rewards, increased gacha rates, and a brand new feature that will change up the battlefield - Companion units. [Read more]

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As soon as I booted up Dr. Mario World, I knew I wasn’t going to have fun with it. Nintendo’s record on phones thus far has been pretty spotty, with things trending downward as of late. [Read more]

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Shoot-em-ups tend to be a dime a dozen on the App Store, but every so often you come across one gem that aims to shake up the genre in a unique way. Developer Devjgame’s P.3 is the latest game seeking to do so this, working as a love letter to the 80s that combines air-tight arcade shooting with simple two-button controls that everyone can get to grips with. Vertical shooters were all the rage during the days of yesteryear, and P.3 successfully replicates this perspective by mimicking the...

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I've long assumed that the iPad would eventually replace paper for the majority of day-to-day tasks. While that hasn't happened yet, and faltering sells figures might suggest that it will never happen, I'm still confident that it's almost inevitable.   Larger and smaller iPads have increased the usefulness of the platform. The iPad mini is a near perfect web and social media browsing device and the iPad Pro has expanded the range of content that can easily be created with iOS to near Mac...

Source Feed: iPad Creative
Categories: accessories, comment, e-ink, james, paper, smart cover, we want

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A fantastic portrait from one of our all time favourite iPad artists!

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Categories: james, jot touch, sketchbook, susan murtaugh

A top 10 list from Creative Bloq features some of my personal favourite iPad apps. It's no surprise to find classic apps such as Procreate and Duet Display taking the number 1 and 8 spots respectively, but there are a few surprises too. Check out the full list at Creative Bloq.

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Categories: creative bloq, duet display, james, news, procreate, productivity

I'm really enjoying these GarageBand tutorials by Arvid Sandgren. His presentation style is very simple, but he still manages to convey all the information you need to get the cover version made.

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Categories: arvid sandgren, garageband, james, music

I've only just found Arvid's YouTube channel, so I'm still playing through the 40 or so iPad GarageBand tutorials on offer, including Photograph by Ed Sheeran, as shown above. I really like Arvid's method of teaching, it's quick, but not too quick. There are few better ways of learning how to use GarageBand than to create a complete cover track. It may not satisfy that creative urge, but it will help you become proficient enough with GarageBand to help you on your way. Plus you'll learn...

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Categories: arvid sandgren, garageband, garageband, james, music, tutorial

First, a little clarification about the apparent demise of this website. It's still alive, just. It's hard to get enthused about a product if the company that created that product doesn't appear to know what to do with it. The iPad has been a phenomenal success for Apple, but despite an encouraging start it seems to have become a device for consuming media other people have created rather than a device for creating things yourself. This is despite a huge number of third party applications...

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Categories: apple pencil, comment, james, news, ipad pro




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9/23/2015
If you find that writing or drawing your plans out by hand helps you to get them in order, you’re far from alone. But storing things digitally does tend to make them easier to find and sort. Carbo bridges the gap between these two, letting you take (or import) photos of drawings on paper or whiteboard, then digitizing them. It clears out things like the paper, leaving you with only the information itself. It’s not the first app to try something like this, but its results are among the most...

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Categories: reviews, app, applife, apps, carbo, ios, ipad, iphone, ipod





There's still no watchOS 2 update in sight from Apple on Thursday, but Cupertino certainly isn't neglecting another upcoming software release. Our Thursday edition of Apple Daily has the details on a new OS X 10.11.1 beta seed now making the rounds to developers ahead of the initial public release on September 30, along with numbers on early iOS 9 adoption and a more detailed look at some of Steve Jobs' most dramatic moments with Universal's second full trailer.iOS 9 Adoption Rate Roughly...

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Categories: news, adoption rates, apple daily, apple inc., developer betas, ios 8, ios 9, mac os x, os x el capitan, steve jobs, universal pictures, ipad, iphone, ipod, mac

I recently came across this thoughtful article over at Fast Company. It's well worth reading and echoes many of my own thoughts on where Apple might lead the iPad's creative community. There's still much that can be done by both Apple and iPad developers to expand the capability of the worlds leading tablet computer. It's true that some of that initial fizz of excitement has evaporated over the last 12 months (and that's been reflected in the amount of content on this site), but I'm hopeful...

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Categories: art, comment, james

In 1992, PC games were making serious waves in the industry. They were more complex than console games and offered a level of depth that had not yet been established in the world of pixels. Horror games were also starting to creep into the mainstream. Sure, there weren’t a bunch of zombie dogs ready to […]

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Categories: ipad news

Whoever says you can’t use an iPad as a musical instrument has never heard of the iRing by IK Multimedia. This interesting and unique set of touch less controllers makes it possible for you to mix loops, trigger beats, and set parameters using the special iRing Music Maker app. The iRing system consists of two […]

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Categories: ipad news

If you’re a fan of Activision’s popular Sklander franchise you’ll be happy to know that you can grab a starter set from Toys ‘R’ Us, connect the portal to your iPad, and go deep into the dragon filled world of adventure. Skylanders Trap Team is a monster-capture game where players can use a physical Master Trap portal to […]

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Categories: ipad news, skylander for ipad

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