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The popular photo sharing social network Instagram has just announced two safety-related features for the growing community. Blurring sensitive photos, videosFirst up, two-factor authentication is available to all Instagram users. For those who don’t know, that will add a step of extra security to your account. Even if someone was able to acquire your password, they wouldn’t be able to log on without a special code messaged to your phone. To activate, select the gear icon on your profile and...

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The Nike Apple Watch is, without a doubt, the best Apple Watch you can buy if you’re someone who takes running seriously. Its built-in GPS in addition to the Nike+ Run app, put this Watch ahead of the other Apple Watches if you’re someone who considers themselves active. But what if you already have an Apple Watch and you simply want the look? Well, you’re in luck, because the OULUOQI Nike Apple Watch Band replica will deliver the exact same look at a fraction of the cost of buying the Watch...

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The lack of support for group video chat remains a glaring omission in FaceTime. It also puts Apple’s video-calling app at a disadvantage when compared with the likes of Skype, OoVoo, Facebook Messenger, and Houseparty. It’s been rumored, though, that group video chat in FaceTime is coming in the next major version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 11, and it will be available right within Apple’s messenger service, iMessage. But did you know that you can already do “group FaceTime” in...

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One of the best third-party camera apps available, Camera+, has just added a pair of notable features with a new update to version 9.1. More RAW featuresBuilding on the version 9.0 release that landed in late 2016, the update brings improved RAW features. When shooting RAW images, photographers can now choose to keep together or separate the JPEG/TIFF and RAW portions on the image when it’s time to save. That will make it easier to deal with if you need to move them to a computer for more...

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Create and stick to budgets, spend less time getting more done, and guide a ball to its correct hole 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. iPhone: Budgets – Expense Tracker ($2.99 → Free, 8.3 MB): Create budgets and stick to them with Budgets. Anyone who struggles with their finances. Budgets helps ensure that you live...

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Here at GearAdvice, we love to dig around the internet and find the most interesting gadgets and gizmos that you may or may not have heard of. Some of them are cool, while others might be odd, but one thing is for sure, they’re all interesting. Here is issue one of the most interesting tech gadgets around the web. Bluelounge CableDrop Cable ManagementThe Bluelounge CableDrop Cable Management System is a self-adhesive, multi-cable clip that keeps charging cables and connectors anchored where...

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Here are the latest Apple Watch Series 3 rumors. Cupertino introduced the Apple Watch Series 2 in September 2016. Featuring an S2 processor, waterproofing up to 50 meters, and ceramic backing on all models, the current version has often been described as the one Apple should have released when the first Apple Watch went on sale in 2015. Easy Does ItThings have mostly been quiet on the “Apple Watch Series 3” front so far this year with most of the attention having been centered on the “iPhone...

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With the recent claimed breach of millions of iCloud and other Apple Mail accounts, quite a few folks are worried about their accounts being reset or their iOS devices getting remotely wiped. Even though Apple has ensured the public that its servers haven’t been hacked, the importance of two-factor authentication is still quite clear. If you haven’t already configured two-factor authentication, let’s walk through how you can get that taken care of straight from your iPhone or iPad. Turning on...

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Mac-related exploits take center stage in the latest CIA data dump from Wikileaks. This information arrives just 16 days after the first leak arrived about the spy agency. Today, March 23, Wikileaks has published its latest in a series of reports that purportedly show how the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) uses technology to spy. Part two of the “Vault 7” series, which Wikileaks calls “Dark Matter,” focuses on how the agency uses Mac-related vulnerabilities and infestation...

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As any construction worker will tell you, construction isn’t a walk in the park, even if that construction worker is actually helping build a park. But with Construction Simulator 2, a new iOS title developed by site sponsor Astragon Entertainment, finding ways to make like a construction worker is easy, even if the virtual challenges that the game poses may not always be. The sequel to Construction Simulator 2014, Construction Simulator 2 lets you build your own construction company and puts...

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You’re always a hop, skip, and a jump away from a fiery death in Temple Jump, a new platformer-cum-endless runner from Nexx Studio. It’s out now on both iOS and Android if you’re an adventurer seeking treasure in a crumbling, pixel-laden temple. You play as an adorable “jumper” blob, and there are 33 to collect in all, each with their own distinct design and personality. Guide your jumper through the perilous temple in a quest for the many sparkling gems scattered throughout its cavernous...

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Sunless Sea, Failbetter Games' dark and gloomy sea explorer, sets sail for the iPad tomorrow. Ahead of the game's launch, Failbetter took to Twitter to discuss what will be different in the mobile version of the game. Many of the changes make navigation and battle much easier when relying on touch controls. Let's take a look, shall we? [Read more]

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Niantic is back with a new festival for dedicated Pokémon GO collectors. The Water Festival officially kicks off today at 1 P.M. PDT and runs through March 29. Magikarp, Squirtle, Totodile, and their assorted evolved forms will be appearing at greater rates during the course of the event. That's excellent news for folks who still haven't managed to snag a Gyarados quite yet. [Read more]

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Well, my prediction early last month that the iPad Air line would be retired was half right. The name is now gone, but I thought at the time that Apple would shift to an all Pro iPad lineup this Spring. However, thanks in part to the comments of several users of non-Pro iPads, I came […]

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Bean's Quest is a new take on both the classic platformer and the endless runner, and it's free on the App Store for the time being. Instead of running constantly, you can't stop jumping. That adds a surprising new level of challenge to the game, especially at later levels. Let's walk through how to truly master Bean's Quest as a newcomer. [Read more]

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The rumor mill is churning hard and fast now as we get closer to an inevitable Apple Event. However, with most of the stories just repeating variations on the same models and basic features, this is a good time to step back and see what other new features that users may be looking for in […]

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Categories: apple media event, ios, ipad, ipad pro, 3d touch, apple pencil, brydge, new trent, smart connector, touchid, zagg

Our last Bit City guide covered the basics. Now it's time to get into some of the more advanced techniques. In the later cities, cash flow becomes much more difficult, so you'll want to develop some strategies if you want to complete each level. We have a few tips to help you out. [Read more]

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Super Tank Rumbleputs you in the seat of your very own, handcrafted tank. You can choose from over 100 different parts to create your Super Tank before taking it out to wreak havoc on your opponents in glorious PVP combat. Now, Smilegate is upping the ante with a new update that’s packing even more power, with new weapons, bug fixes, and general gameplay enhancements. [Read more]

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Mass Effect: Andromeda arrives this coming Tuesday and people are getting understandably antsy. There's a whole weekend standing between us and a brand new Bioware adventure. What's a geek to do? Well, you could certainly give these fine mobile space operas a try. They've got beautiful worlds to explore and are some of the best video game experiences around. [Read more]

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The App Store has been running a pretty spectacular promotion of indie games over the past few days, featuring a selection of indie games quite prominently on the storefront while releasing a brand new indie game each day. The promotion is running until Monday, but Apple's come out to say that they'll continue to feature indie games in their own section moving forward. As the week winds down, let's take a look at all of the lovely games that launched in the promotion thus far. There's a good...

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Here in the U.S., we've completed our admittedly stupid ritual of moving the clocks forward an hour as Daylight Saving Time began this week. You still might be recovering from that lost hour of sleep (time travel is an odd thing, isn't it?), so the last thing you want to think about is cleaning. But now that the sun is staying out longer it's very well time to start preparing for spring cleaning. No one ever actually wants to do chores, but these handy apps should at least help streamline the...

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Got a real hankering for guns, strategy, and all things manically mechanical? It might just be worth checking out Intruders – Robot Defense, which has recently been released for iOS and Android. Letting players roleplay as an overseeing commander during the midst of an alien invasion, it’s your task to keep the enemy hordes at bay using swift thinking, tactical planning, and lots and lots of guns. Defend your base, disrupt the alien reinforcements, and guide your troops across 80 distinct...

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As we get closer to impending iPad announcements, the rumors are slowly giving us a more accurate picture of coming attractions. The reports of a 10.5″ Pro device have been loud, clear, and consistent, and are still pointing to a new SKU in the iPad line. This is as close to a full-on device leak […]

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Categories: apple media event, ipad, ipad mini, ipad mini pro, ipad pro

It’s that time of year again. Spring is closing in, and one of the best sporting events every created by man is about to tip off. The brackets have been announced. Potential Cinderellas are searching for the right slippers and the hopes of many bubble teams have been burst. People are furiously researching teams like […]

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Several years ago, before I ever got my first iPad-specific keyboard case (the Logitech Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard by ZAGG for the iPad 2), I purchased an Apple Wireless Keyboard to see what it would be like not having to type on the screen of my original iPad. Even though it was a little awkward to […]

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On Monday, I asked if anyone cared about the 12.9″ iPad Pro, and many of our readers took the time to tell me that they definitely do (and a BIG thank you to all who took the time to join in the discussion). I was actually surprised at how much enthusiasm was expressed for the […]

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Categories: general, ipad, ipad air 2, ipad mini, ipad news, ipad pro, 12.9" ipad pro, big ipad pro, ipad pro 12.9, ipad pro upgrade, new ipad pro


Today’s featured deal is perfect for anyone who is looking for a “hands-free” option for displaying their iPad or iPhone.  We do so much with our iPad’s these days–from reading recipes to watching movies, to playing games.  Even a newer, lighter iPad can get heavy after holding it for extended periods of time.  Fret no more, […]

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Apple was doomed. Then they set stock records and became the most valuable company in the world. Then the price fell and they were doomed again. We were assured that they couldn’t innovate anymore. Then Phil Schiller told us Apple “can’t innovate my ass” (ironically while announcing a computer that would go three years without […]

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As we close in on the month of March, which seems almost certain to hold the promise of an Apple Event, the rumors of new iPads continue to abound. However, in the last week or so, they seem to have taken a turn. While there is growing certainty that there will be an event in […]

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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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