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Publisher Voodoo is at it again with an all new high score chaser -- Dune! In this fast-paced arcade game, you have to propel yourself along sand dunes, gaining enough momentum to jump above the line to score points, while making sure you have enough control to stick your landing.Sound tough? It can be, but we're here to give you a few pro tips to help you start scoring super high. [Read more]

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Happy Tuesday, dear readers. Your favorite part of the week as officially arrived. It's time to take a look at the best deals in games. Things are admittedly a bit sparse, but there are a few diamonds in the rough to see you through if you're looking to game on the cheap this week. [Read more]

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The Apple TV 4K takes content to the next level with crystal clear and UHD video. If you can’t get enough of the set-top streaming device, here are some great Apple TV accessories to take improve your viewing experience.

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Join us this week as we test our principles with movies filled with dragons, zombies, and more on the AppAdvice Podcast Episode 38. There’s a lot of enjoyment on episode 38 of the AppAdvice Weekly Podcast with tons to watch and play as we wait for the iPhone X. This week, we discuss a new movie streaming service, 3D puzzle adventure, dragon riding challenge, zombie survival runner, and more. iTunes Link We hope you enjoy the AppAdvice Weekly podcast, and are excited to see it each and every...

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Simplify your life, perform yoga in the comfort of your home, and get the conversation started with avocado stickers with today’s collection of apps and games. All app prices are subject to change at any time and without notice regardless of stated free duration. Price changes are solely under the control of the developers. Universal: Yoga – Poses & Classes ($0.99 → Free, 84.5 MB): Perform yoga in the comfort of your home with this fitness app. Those who want to improve balance,...

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The Apple TV Universal Search feature has gained several new partners. U.S. viewers of BBC America, Classix, and Oxygen can now find programming using the box’s Search app or Siri, according to 9to5Mac.   New Apple TV Universal Search partners include: BBC America (US) Classix (US, Australia, Canada) Oxygen (US) 9Now (Australia) Apple Music (UK, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Spain, Mexico, Norway, Sweden) SBS (Australia) tenplay (Australia) CBC (Canada) FX Now...

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One of the more interesting Twelve South products of the past year is back for an encore. A second-generation Mac candle is available now in limited quantities. Officially called Inspire [mac candle N°2], the product offers a brand new iteration to last year’s New Mac Candle. It features a “unique blend of bergamot and armoise, with hints of lemon, amber, tarragon and musk – scent profiles that are meant to clear your mind of clutter and help stimulate creativity.” Besides offering a new...

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Yoozoo Games’ popular action MMO Legacy of Discord is getting a huge new update to celebrate its first anniversary. Perhaps the biggest change is the addition of an exciting survival mode titled Last Guardian. This new survival mode will pit you against other players, offering all new ways to approach combat in Legacy of Discord. Each match in Last Guardian lasts for 20 minutes, where you’ll be placed on a map and forced to survive. That means killing off other players while seeking out...

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From the creators of Food Street comes Home Street, a new simulation game that tasks you with building a social network and designing a beautiful home. It's a bit like The Sims, but you won't have to worry about the daily chores involved (feeding, exercise, etc.).In Home Street, you'll largely be concerned with earning money and crafting rare items. There are a few key beginner strategies to help you out with this process. [Read more]

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Color Ballz is an addictive new arcade title from Ketchapp Studios. It takes old school mechanics from games like Brickles and puts a fun twist on it. Your job? To catch balls with a paddle and send them back into a chute to be carried back to the top of the screen, where they can be thrown at you again. You want to make sure you miss as few balls as possible to get a high score. There are a few strategies to keep in mind if you want to see your name at the top of those leaderboards. [Read more]

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When it comes to mobile FPS, it’s often tricky to get the fundamentals right on a platform lacking a physical controller, large display and hefty RAM. With Combat Squad: Project Wednesday, A-33 Studio bravely took on the challenge of making a decent shooter that plays to the strengths of mobile gaming, rather than its weaknesses. The game was released earlier this year, and places you in charge of a five-person team of customisable soldiers, battling against other players online. Whether the...

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Taichi Panda 3: Dragon Hunter launched this week to players all over the world. It's a beautiful mobile MMORPG that blends elements of Eastern and Western fantasy. It reminds us of a mix between World of Warcraft and Jade Empire. MMO's can have a bit of a learning curve when you're starting out, so let's go over a few tips to help you get started in the first few levels of the game. You'll be out and about slaying dragons with your guild members in no time. [Read more]

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Let me rephrase that- it’s PAST time for Apple to revamp their arcane preorder system. Apple asking people to wake up between midnight and 3 AM (depending on where they live) and fight their way into the queue to get the latest gear within a month or two of launch has just gotten more and […]

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According to a report from market research firm IHS Markit, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus not only sold better at home in the US, but also outsold all comers worldwide in the first half of 2017. To be honest, I found this report to be a big surprise. Apple has always been able […]

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Categories: apple news, android, apple market share, ios market share, samsung

Phew. It has been a week, but now it's time to relax, put your feet up, and enjoy some brand new mobile games. It was a bit of slow week, but there's still plenty of new titles to add to your collection. Here are four of our favorites. [Read more]

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Anyone who works in a noisy environment or flies a lot can tell you that, when it comes to headphones, nothing beats active noise cancellation. I have a set of IFROGZ Impulse Wireless that have “passive noise isolation,” which is just a fancy term for padded cups that seal off low-level noise. They do a […]

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Categories: ipad insight deals, bluetooth, deals, headphones, noise cancelling

Into the Dead 2 is an endless gunner, of sorts, with a lot of grit and satisfying gunplay behind it. The game looks amazing, and tells an effective story to boot. Plus, it has some quality voice acting behind it to really bring the story to life. [Read more]

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Earlier this year, A-33 Studio made the leap from developing Counter Strike Online to launching its very own FPS for the mobile. Combat Squad: Project Wednesday pits your team of mercs against the world in multiplayer death matches, so if you’re on the hunt for a new shooter this might be worth a shot. Gameplay involves assembling a team of five mercenaries, each with distinct specialties ranging from clandestine sniping to close-range combat. You can customise your band of brawlers further by...

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A few years ago, when Samsung started their big advertising push in support of the Galaxy S line of phones, one of the focuses of those commercials was that the iPhone was old and passé. The Galaxy S was billed as the “Next Big Thing,” while the iPhone was set up as the phone for […]

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Categories: apple news, iphone, piper jaffray, samsung

As much as I have been a fan of the Apple Watch right from the beginning, I have also been critical of Apple’s handling of Apps on watchOS from the start. Apple overplayed their hand with apps on the original Apple Watch, and when WatchKit and the setup with watchOS 1 and the OG Watch […]

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Categories: apple watch, apple watch apps, watchos 1, watchos 2, watchos 3

Our favorite Apple analyst (and probably the most accurate one, as well) is at it again. In his latest report, Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that the iPad Pro will be the next device to get Apple’s new TrueDepth camera and Face ID technology. This move would make perfect sense, bringing one of the latest and […]

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Categories: ipad pro, 3d touch, face id, home button, touchid

Image Source: Futuremark The belief that Apple purposely slows down older iPhones with iOS updates is one of the oldest tropes thrown around by Apple critics. They almost universally believe that this is done to bait less sophisticated users into upgrading to newer iPhone models more often than they might otherwise. Considering that Apple typically […]

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Categories: apple news, ios, ios updates, ios upgrades, iphone upgrades

Apple acquired a small AI-focused messaging startup Init.ai earlier this week. This is just the latest in a string of recent acquisitions for Apple that have all been related to AI or machine learning. Last week saw Apple purchase the French computer vision company Regaind. Earlier in the year Apple also purchased SensoMotoric Instruments and […]

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Categories: apple news, ai, aqui-hire, init.ai, lattice, machine learning, regaind, sensomotoric instruments, siri

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I’ll be clear right out of the gate- right now the reports of iPhone 8 Plus batteries expanding and cracking phones are statistically insignificant. Whatever anyone thinks of the early sales of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, there are enough of them in the field that five to ten reports of this occurring doesn’t […]

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If you go on the road a lot like me, versatility is key. Everything you carry has to have a reason to be there, so any accessory that can pull double-duty is a big help in keeping your load manageable. A charge cable that can handle triple-duty is even better. The 3-in-1 USB-C, Lightning, MicroUSB […]

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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...

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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