My gosh, but there’s a lot of absolute crap in the App Store. Aren’t you glad AppleGazette is here to sort through all of it for you?
Archives for May 2011
Why would Apple change its longstanding policy of announcing major new products only during one of Steve Jobs’ famous keynote presentations? In a briefly-worded press release, Apple announced today that at next week’s WWDC, Jobs will show off OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud for the first time ever.Â Monday, June 6th at 10:AM Pacific, […]
Whether you enjoy beating people up or color-based puzzles, today’s free apps has something for every kind of gamer. There are a few utlities as well.
“Facebook + iPad” is a total no-brainer. They’re both content-consumption platforms, both user-friendly, both wildly popular. So why aren’t they willing to walk down the aisle hand-in-hand?
For the holidays, there’s a great assortment of games that are available for free, so get them while they’re hot. You’ll also find an easier way of taking photos, a better means of surfing Craigslist, and an app for traveling the world from your couch.
Remedy Entertainment is best known as the creator of the genre-busting, story-driven shootersÂ Max Payne and Alan Wake, but before those characters were born, Remedy published a racing-and-shooting classic that’s largely unknown by today’s gamers. But fifteen years after the release of the original PC game,Â Death Rally is back and better than ever.
Learn astronomy, automate your foreign language translation while traveling, track your fuel efficiency, and more in today’s batch of limited-time-only free apps. Oh, and there are plenty of games, too.
iOS apps are Apple’s big moneymaker. Yet it’s a completely closed system; you can only fill your iOS device with apps from the iTunes App Store. You can’t go to any other website or store and buy apps for your iPhone or iPad. Can you just imagine how much other retailers out there wish they […]
These fantastic apps long to be on your iOS device. But they’re only free for a limited time, so grab ’em now.
The Mac OS X Clipboard is an essential tool. Where would we be without the ability to copy-and-paste? Yet its also remarkably rigid. You can’t copy more than one item at a time, for example. Nor can you customize how clips are stored or what kinds of things you want to keep indefinitely. Here are […]
It’s all games, all the time! Okay, not all. But there sure are a lot of ’em, along with a pair of Vooks (book/video mashups), and a few handy utilities that will help you do all sorts of things.
If you’re looking for a stylish RSS reader that integrates your social networking feeds, you might think that Flipboard is your one and only option. Not true. Taptu is a beautiful RSS reader that presents all of your feeds with smooth side-scrolling, wrapped in a glossy package that’s as cool to look at as it […]
Start out your week with these 20 terrific iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps that are free for a limited time only.
Over the weekend, something kinda big happened, and it wasn’t Judgment Day. Apple launched a new “2.0” version of its retail stores worldwide. Turns out, that hullabaloo about something big happening on Sunday for the Apple Store 10th anniversary wasn’t so much an in-store celebration as an in-store transformation.
It must be the weekend since there are so many game apps available for free for a limited time! Starting today, Free Apps of the Day is presented in a new, easier-to-read format.