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Apple has just unveiled a new COVID-19 screening app and site. Developed with the CDC, White House Coronavirus Task Force, and FEMA, the app also offers resources to help keep users informed about the pandemic. With the app, users can answer questions about risk factors recent exposure, and symptoms about themselves or someone else. You’ll then see CDC recommendations about the next steps like when to contact a medical provider. You can also find access to resources to help stay informed and...

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There’s a lot going on right now, and I don’t really feel like trying to write some kind of pithy intro for it. All I’ll say is lots of people have been coming together and helping each other in small ways, and I’m choosing to focus on that as I try to stay safe myself. [Read more]

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This is part 2 of our Apple Arcade Ranking list. To see part 1, go here. To skip to part 3, click here. 51. Frogger in Toy Town Description: [Read more]

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Landscape cases for the iPad have been popular for years. How about one for your iPhone 11? While the interface isn’t always landscape-friendly, the apps are and this certainly makes watching video easier while on the go This case isn’t just about propping up your phone, though. It also doubles as a wallet case, offering […]

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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the iconic franchise, Atari has released Missile Command: Recharged onto the App Store. Powerful Power-UpsThe new game brings a different look at the classic title. You’ll need to defend bases by blasting away a never-ending barrage of missiles. You can also launch counter missiles and pick up power-ups to take a leg up. Some of the different options include a silo repair or a screen-cleaning special blast. The power-up system also takes points earned and...

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Normally it doesn’t take too much of an update to an iPad, iPhone or Apple Watch to still get me excited. I still want to get my hands on modest upgrades and see what these new devices bring to the table. Because of this, I was typically excited when new iPad Pros were announced last […]

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Categories: ipad pro, ipad pro 2020, ipad pro 2020 review, ipad pro 2020 review hands on, ipad pro review 2020, ipad pro reviews 2020

Reflex Unit 2 will see players engaging in mech-based warfare, fending off waves and waves of autonomous robots that are threatening to destroy the planet. It's available now for iOS and Android. Played from an isometric perspective, players will be able to take these powerful mechs out for a test drive in a variety of game modes, depending on their penchant for either solo or multiplayer fun. The single player campaign takes place over 9 missions with additional difficulties to unlock upon...

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Snake Core, from acclaimed indie developer Orangepixel, is a modern take a mobile classic: Snake. The idea is that you'll command a small army of troops as they go about attempting to take down a horde of invading aliens. [Read more]

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Game of Thrones Beyond the Wall, Behaviour Interactive's RPG adaptation of HBO's hit fantasy show, has launched a day early for iOS. It was originally scheduled to arrive tomorrow, March 26th, on the App Store. [Read more]

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In a lot of ways, turn-based strategy games are an ideal fit for mobile. Their menu-heavy navigation and slow pace mesh better with touch input than just about any other control scheme. Unsurprisingly, this means there are a lot of strategy games to choose from on mobile, but not all of them are worth your time (or money). Take, for example, War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. For all its flashy visuals and pedigree, it’s a shameless gacha game that capitalizes on your fondness for...

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I’m an iPad fan and have been user since the original back in 2010. And here we are. This is an iPad-centric site and new iPad Pros are coming tomorrow. Normally I would be really excited. Normally there would be exclamation marks trailing the title of this post and I would be anticipating getting home […]

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Categories: ipad pro, ipad pro 11, ipad pro 12.9, ipad pro 2020

The release version of iPadOS 13.4 is on the way, and if you follow Apple news, then you doubtless already know that support for mice and trackpads is included. Maybe you are even running the developer beta already. I know I’ve enjoyed getting a sneak peak of this feature this week. I am very impressed […]

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Categories: ipad tips & tricks, ipados 13 mouse, ipados 13 trackpad, ipados 13.4, ipados 13.4 trackpad support, trackpad ipados

Robot Crusher Battle Ballz is a fast paced, action packed take on classic pinball with a rough and ready Sci-Fi style. It boasts a striking art design, explosive skill based battles, and an extremely satisfying ‘CRUSHING’ feature that lets you pound vanquished robot foes into mechanical pancakes. It makes for a gratifying arcade experience and a very impressive debut for the rather peculiarly named, Big Boy Pants Studios. Safety with Jeff the Ref V.2693-427 from Jason on Vimeo. [Read more]

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What better way to celebrate the arrival of mouse support in iPadOS 13.4 than by getting an Apple mouse? Weird Lightning changing port aside, this is an excellent mouse with touch gesture support that will be a perfect fit with your iPad running iPadOS 13.4. If you want the benefits of mouse support on your […]

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Apple has just announced and hasn’t even delivered the latest refresh of their iPad Pros and the news of the new just can’t be stopped. The new 11″ and 12.9″ models are modest upgrades, but they are arriving along with the new mouse and trackpad features included in iPadOS 13.4, and the new Magic Keyboard […]

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Categories: apple news, ipad pro, 12.9" ipad pro, 5g, a14x, mini-led

Typically smartphone and tablet stands are built for a single purpose. Some work on a table or other flat surfaces. Some are made for car vents and surfaces. Others are designed to use on planes. It’s quite rare to find one that will handle all of the above. The Bracketron Roadtripper is an interesting exception. […]

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Earlier today I read an article by Tom Warren at The Verge entitled Apple finally admits Microsoft was right about tablets. I wasn’t especially surprised considering that Warren has always been completely MS-centric. He’s a good writer and does his job well, but I he’s not the guy I look to for even-handed reporting. As a full-time […]

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I have wanted Apple to go all out and give us their version of a standard laptop keyboard for the iPad Pro for a while now. Even if you like the Smart Keyboard and Smart Keyboard Folio, they aren’t what I’m talking about. Those were thin, light and mobile at the expense of all else. […]

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So Apple didn’t waste any time after accidentally leaking their new iPad Pro models a couple of days ago, releasing them this morning at Apple.com. As expected with all of the rumors and leaks, they have refreshed both the 11″ and 12.9″ models with new processors and cameras. Both models are available for preorder today, […]

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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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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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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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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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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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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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