Upcoming Cydia app Flex promises to change the way we tweak iOS

January 15, 2013

John Coates, who is the developer of popular Cydia tweaks including xMessages and MissionBoard has announced an amazing utility for jailbroken iOS devices that promises to change the way we tweak our iPhones, iPods and iPads. With this new app called ‘Flex’ you will not only be able to modify system settings but it also [...]

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Report: Apple’s cheaper iPhone to be made with plastic to keep the prices low, will be released in mid-2013

January 15, 2013

The low budget model of iPhone has came under spotlight once again as several sources are coming up with reports claiming that Apple is working on a cheaper iPhone and planning on releasing it later this year. Following all the reports appearing on the web how could DigiTimes stay out of the rumor mill. Today [...]

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iOS took 53.3 percent smartphone marketshare for the first time in November

January 7, 2013

According to a report by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech iOS was the most popular smartphone platform in the US for the 12 week time period ending in November 25th, 2012 and acquired 53.3 percent of the total smartphone marketshare. This is the first time iOS, which powers the iPhone, iPad, and  iPod touch was able cross [...]

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Apple: App Store has served a total of 40 billion downloads until today

January 7, 2013

Apple’s iOS App Store, which was launched back in 2008 is undoubtedly the most successfully marketplace of today for any platform. Apple never misses a oppurtunity of announcing the achievements of its iTunes App Store, which provides one click app downloads to over 100 million iOS devices. Today Apple has announced that the App Store [...]

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iOS 7 and iPhone 6 model appears in iOS developer’s logs

January 1, 2013

iOS 7 will be released for public after getting announced at WWDC 2013 and completing the beta run Apple usually does with its registered app developers. While the new software version for iPhones and iPads is far from release app developers have already started to receiving usage data from devices running iOS 7. One developer [...]

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Hackulous repo shuts down killing Installous and AppSync in the process

December 30, 2012

Pirate or no pirate if you are into iOS jailbreaking chances are that you have already heard of the Hackulous repo (hackulo.us) and its products, the Installous app and App Sync. Surprisingly that repo and its forum is now shutting down with Hackolous team killing both of its widely used products too. For those of [...]

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Study: 3 MP Camera phones outsold digital cameras with a ratio of 6:1 in 2012

December 20, 2012

It should not come as a surprise that just like many other kind of gadgets the advanced phones such as the iPhone are also cannibalizing the sales of digital cameras. A new report has surfaced on the web according to which the phones that have a camera sensor of 3-megapixel or above outsold digital cameras [...]

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Google takes it to Search homepage to promote Google Maps app for iPhone

December 14, 2012

Google’s recently released Google Maps app for iPhone has already taken the number one spot on the list of most popular free apps for iOS but the search giant isn’t done promoting its app just yet. In its promotion campaign Google is targeting the Apple users who were deprived of having a decent maps app [...]

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Google Maps app for iOS now available in the App Store

December 13, 2012

After months of suffering iOS users have finally got some relief as the official Google Maps app for iOS has finally been released for iPhone and iPod touch. The app does not feature native support for the iPad but we are sure it will be added in the upcoming updates. Google Maps app brings experience [...]

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Twitter adds Instagram like filters to its official iOS client

December 11, 2012

Twitter is now rolling out a new update for its iOS client which will hit the App Store soon. The update includes Instagram like filters among other improvements to the app. The reports of Twitter launching Instagram like tool have already been circulating and now they have turned out to be true. The update adds [...]

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Gameloft’s Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour hits the App Store

December 6, 2012

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is out right on schedule. Released by Gameloft Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is the fourth title of the popular Modern Combat fps for mobile devices. Just like the previous versions Modern Combat 4 brings immense gameplay and gorgeous graphics that double the [...]

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Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto Vice City for iOS now available in the App Store. Download Now!

December 6, 2012

The wait finally over folks as Rockstar’s classic PC and console game Grand Theft Auto Vice City is now available in the App Store for download. The game is basically a full size port to iOS which means you will be able to have the same gaming experience on your iOS devices as you did [...]

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Purported and most likely fake ‘iPhone 5S’ images surface

December 5, 2012

While Apple is still facing supply shortages for the recently released iPhone 5, the rumor mill is back again with a very bold claim of leaking iPhone 5S to the world. The new images have appeared on the web that are claimed to be of the rear shell of the next generation iPhone model. Although [...]

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Youtube app for iOS updated to bring iPad and iPhone 5 support

December 5, 2012

If you own an iPad or recently purchased a new iPhone 5 then you will be pleased to know that Google’s Youtube app for iOS has received a major update that brings full support for these devices. Along with the optimization for iPad and iPhone 5 the update also brings the ability for users to stream videos [...]

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