Posts Tagged ‘iPhone’
Capsized+ for iPad is free for St. Patty’s Day weekend.
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 March 2013 12:16 Written by Laddie13 Friday, 15 March 2013 08:04
If you are planning on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a few adult beverages and will need to recover on Monday, indiePubEntertainment would like to give you one more reason not to leave the comfort of your couch. This weekend their Sci-Fi survival shooter Capsized+ for iPad, which usually retails for $2.99, is free for a limited time.
Capsized+ started out as a PC game but this iPad port has been updated with a new control system that really feels right at home on the iPad. In no time you will be a master at fighting aliens in this action packed game that is beautifully delivered in a unique art style.
Capsized+ is only available to iPad users but will soon arrive on Android devices as well as PSN and XBLA. Remember this is an iPad only game and is not available on either the iPhone or the iPod Touch. Get Capsized+ at Apple’s App Store for free starting Friday March 15. Hurry geeks, Capsized+ returns to its normal price of $2.99 on Monday, March 18. Read more: Capsized+ for iPad is free for St. Patty’s Day weekend.
TweetDeck Android dying off.
Last Updated on Thursday, 7 March 2013 04:11 Written by LoganDX Thursday, 7 March 2013 05:00
In many ways, doubling down on the TweetDeck web experience and discontinuing our app support is a reflection of where our TweetDeck power-users are going. Over the past few years, we’ve seen a steady trend towards people using TweetDeck on their computers and Twitter on their mobile devices. This trend coincides with an increased investment in Twitter for iPhone and Twitter for Android –– adding photo filters and other editing capabilities, revamping user profiles and enhancing search. That said, we know this applies to most of our users –– not all of them. And for those of you who are inconvenienced by this shift, our sincere apologies.
You geeks catch that? The popular TweetDeck app for Android devices is going the way of the dodo. Thanks to many of the draconian and developer unfriendly measures Twitter is taking (to force us to use their official app) the mobile app will lose support. It’s not just TweetDeck Android but also TweetDeck Air and the iPhone app as well.
Power users who sit on the computer will still be able to use the web interface for TweetDeck, it’s just us mobile users getting the shaft.
Sphero: More Than Just A Toy
Last Updated on Friday, 22 February 2013 07:01 Written by Mr2pointO Friday, 22 February 2013 07:01
I recently purchased a Sphero robot for my iPhone/iPad, now I want to preface this by saying this is not a sponsored post I paid all $130 with my own cold hard cash. I was instantly intrigued by the Sphero when I first heard of it as I am with just about anything iOS related. I knew that with all the technology packed into the little ball and the ability for open programming Sphero would go a long way. Hit the break for my review.
Will the Samsung Galaxy S4 pop up in March?
Last Updated on Thursday, 7 February 2013 04:26 Written by LoganDX Thursday, 7 February 2013 04:26
Well the rumor mill is churning about when we could see the next version of Samsung’s mega-hot Galaxy S series. With the latest model, the S3, racking up the sales charts and knocking around Apple’s iPhone 5, you’d think people would be more focused on the present instead of the future. Alas, that’s not the case.
Web rumors are pointing to Samsung prepping a new Unpacked event on March 15th, an event where they plan on showing off the Galaxy S4. The rumor stirrers could not comment on what the specs might be, the price or anything else even remotely important. The past says we should be ready for a March-ish Unpacked event and we should most definitely expect the S4 to be announced. Past events also point to the European chaps getting it first while us U.S. geeks wait until May or June.
Everything needs to be taken with the proverbial grain of salt as all we’ve read comes from the standard “anonymous” sources but hey, we can hope, right?