Showing posts with label iPod Touch. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iPod Touch. Show all posts

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Apple launches try before you buy section in the App store

Apple has launched a new section in their App store called "Try Before You Buy". This section features popular Apps that are "free" or "lite". many of the lite versions will still need to be paid for once you decide to buy the App. Many users found it difficult to decide if they really needed an App without actually trying it out. Since the section features many free and lite version of Apps, it will provide a hassle free way of trying out new Apps.

This action is a clear step taken by Apple to fight against pirated Apps which are easily available on jailbroken iPhones, iPod Touch and the iPad. So this will b,e try before you buy and there is no need of pirating and sneakily getting Apps, when you can try the real thing for free.  Uses can sample Apps and not be bothered about pirated versions of the same which has already cost the App store half a billion dollars. 

You can find this new section under the “Free on the App Store” heading. The section currently holds 98 apps, including the “lite” renditions games such as Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown, Metal Gear Solid Touch and Labyrinth 2, free adaptations of apps such as Moodagent and AccuTerra.

Currently there are 98 Apps and we hope all the Apps land in this section. Once you try the Lite version of an App, you would still need to pay for the full version if you decide to purchase it. 

What do you think?

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Sunday, July 18, 2010

How to sync iPhone Apps with iPad

There are many reasons why you might want to Sync your iPhone or iPod Touch Apps to your new iPad. The Facebook App for the iPad costs $2.99 on iTunes. Once you download this App there is only a 1 star rating for it on iTunes so do not expect too much from it. If you however download and sync the Facebook App for the iPhone which is free, you get a better running Facebook App then the one you paid $2.99 for. Somehow the Free Facebook for the iPhone works just as good on the iPad. Then there are other iPad Apps which do not work at all. Therefore it is really good to just sync you favorite iPhone and iPod Touch Apps the the iPad and  they work just as fine and many of them are free for the iPhone.

Once your sync your favorite iPhone Apps to the iPad you can get them to run in full-screen mode by clicking on the X2 button found on the right hand side of your iPad.

How to sync you iPhone and iPod Apps to the iPad. 

1. Back up your iPhone or iPod Touch Apps in iTunes
2. Next Sync your iPad to your iTunes on your PC or Mac, by simple connecting your device.
3. The iPad shows up in your devices menu
4. Click it and select the Applications tab
5. Choose the Apps you want to sync to your iPad
6. Then click the sync button found in the lower right hand corner
7. Your Done. Apps you choose will be synced to the iPad.

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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Ask the Octopus Oracle App now available

Paul the German psychic Octopus  who successfully predicted all the German Teams matches and was also used to predict the final, now is am App. Available at the iTunes store for $0.99, his powers area available to you now for less than a dollar. Paul's predictions did help people earn small fortunes, the ones betting on his predictions. Well now if your undecided about which move to go to, Pizza or Sushi, Mercia or Andrea why not just ask the octopus.

This is a creation by uTouchLabs a Brazilian software development firm. To view the App at the iTunes store please click here

The real Paul off-course is now retired and gone back to doing what he does best entertaining children, he is now 2 and a half years old which is quiet old for an Octopus.

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Monday, June 21, 2010

Video: Hands on iPhone 4 and the iOS 4

The iOS4 is here in the iPhone 4. Now you can run your favorite third-party apps — and switch between them instantly — without slowing down the performance of the foreground app or draining the battery unnecessarily.

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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Apple iPad to have at least 150,000 apps from day 1

Coming April 3rd 2010 the iPad already has 150,000 apps ready for the iPad. Apps for games, social networking, entertainment and productivity. To list the various types of Apps available would be quiet exhausting. With it's wide screen the iPad is good for movies and especially for games. Users can now play games on the go with a large screen in high definition with a screen that automatically adjusts itself to the users position.

Can you sync your iPhone and iPod Touch Apps with the iPad.
If you already have Apps for your iPhone or iPod Touch you can sync them to your new iPad from your Mac or PC. Once you Sync them they will run in their original size or you can expand them to fit the screen.

How to download Apps on the iPad.

Simply tap the App Store icon on your iPad and you can download Apps wherever your are. There is also a section of the store that features Apps specifically for the iPad. There are already hundreds of Apps that make use of the iPad's large display, responsive performance and multi-touch interface. You can also use the iPad to browse through Apps for the iPhone or iPod Touch. No matter what you need you can bet there's already an App for it. So check out the iPad App Store.

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