BattSaver, a tweak that by Xvolks aims to double your iPhone’s battery life, has been updated with numerous new features and bug fixes.
Will Smith and Tommy-Lee Jones are back to their old tricks after a long hiatus, defending the world from alien invasion, and this accompanying title looks to be an absolute must for any fans of the black-suited duo.
A trailer was released to promote the latest in the N.O.V.A series, with the full release set to land in the UK and USA App Stores at around midnight. In terms of enjoyment and gameplay, this latest version will pack no serious surprises, brining users a total of ten levels to fight their way through against the enemy.
The tweak that landed in the Cydia store yesterday and its designed to allow jailbroken users some additional control over running processes on their device in the hope that it will keep either the iPhone or iPod touch running smoothly with no low memory warnings.
Expected to feature the Unreal Engine and again being set around the same lead protagonist as the earlier games, N.O.V.A 3 is believed to be on target for a release on iOS towards the end of this year. The forty-eight second trailer shows lead character Kal Wardin apparently crash-landing on Earth when aiming for San Francisco. Not much is given away by the short teaser, though new artwork being used by Gameloft does have a distinct Crysis feel to it.
A lot of users prefer to go about their web browsing experience in private, something that is relatively easy to do in modern browsers on desktop-based computers. However, when using the default mobile browser on iOS, the ability to surf the web privately isn’t exactly a seamless experience, and although Mobile Safari does have private browsing features, it doesn’t exactly offer the peace of mind which advanced users crave. Mike Tagas, an iOS developer, has recognized this oversight by Apple and developed the Onion Browser and released it onto the App Store which allows a total private and anonymous browsing experience.
Angry Birds Space features 70 interstellar levels on planets and in zero gravity, resulting in spectacular gameplay ranging from slow-motion puzzles to lightspeed destruction. With regular free updates, new in-app purchases, brand new birds, brand new superpowers, and a whole galaxy to explore, the sky is no longer the limit!
Many with a literary, geographical or historical interest were in a state of shock last month when it was announced that Britannica would no longer be printed.
Marvel has linked up with Loud Crow Interactive — makers of the well-received A Charlie Brown Christmas iPad app — to make a new interactive comic book app. The app follows Tony Stark’s design logs from the Mark I Iron Man suit through the new Mark VII suit.
Rockstar, EA, and all the major publishers are recognizing just how influential (and monetarily beneficial) it can be to bring classic titles to the App and Google Play Stores, with ardent and casual gamers both keen to join with the fun.