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.
Gameloft has released the official Ice Age app! Scrat’s hunt for his favorite acorn has opened a crack in the Earth’s crust, sending the animals scurrying for safety. Manny, Ellie, Diego and Sid decide to build a new village for their displaced friends. Help them in this heroic challenge and get ready for fun and surprises along the way!
It took a while for Mark Zuckerberg’s company to deliver native iPad compatibility, but ever since, the updates have been pretty rampant. Released today, 4.1.1 is the second update since the third-gen iPad dropped nearly three weeks ago.
Everyone loves a bit of privacy every now and then, and let’s face it, I am pretty sure that everyone has given their cell phone number out to someone that they later regretted giving it to for one reason or another. You would expect, that in this advanced day and age when smartphones play such an increasingly important and prominent role in our everyday lives, we would have a native filtering option on the device, or at very least our networks would be able to provide such a service.
Controlling things using gestures is fast becoming the new thing to do. Microsoft have enjoyed great success with their Kinect motion detecting hardware that allows users to use their bodies as the controller for certain games as well as navigating through menus with gestures.
Apple pushed out iOS 5.1 along with the release of the new iPad earlier this month, One of the additions that Tim Cook and his team talked about is the fact that they have removed the option to double tap the Home button on the lockscreen to display a camera shortcut button in favor of permanently displaying a camera icon that reacts to a swipe up gesture.
Apple has started rejecting developer submissions for apps that use UDIDs, according to a TechCrunch report.
Last August, the company had announced that access to the UDID would be phased out but it seems like Apple may be accelerating the process due to increase privacy concerns with iOS.