Hulu has finally been cleared by Apple to launch its long-awaited Hulu Plus app on Apple TV. It’s there waiting for you, right now.
Archives for July 2012
Ready to tame the Mountain Lion? OS X’s newest version now has an unofficial companion app that makes it infinitely simpler to access its hidden settings.
Can’t decide which iPad to buy? Here’s an infographic design from Infographic Labs that compares the three versions, while also presenting several interesting statistics on the king of tablets.
The Verge today got its hands on some incredible photos of early prototypes of both the iPhone and iPad. “Juicy” doesn’t even begin to do them justice, for hardcore Apple fanboys like us.
Apple reported that from the period covering April to June, it has sold 17 million iPads and 26 million iPhones. That kind of second quarter performance is something other companies will kill to achieve, but for Apple those figures were considered a disappointment, as it fell short of the expectations by Wall Street analysts. The […]
Time Magazine has just revealed its list of “The 20 Most Influential Americans of All Time.” Late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs is included on the list (which isn’t ranked). Click through to see who else made the cut, and why Jobs was included.
Consider this your Public Service Announcement of the day: the latest version of OS X, “Mountain Lion,” is now available to purchase and download. Details after the jump.
There are dozens of stop-motion animation apps available in the App Store, but it’s harder to imagine one that’s easier to use while still being powerful, than iStopMotion. It also might be the only one made specifically for the iPad.
For the longest time, the hit photo sharing app Instagram was exclusively an iOS application, a few months back, it finally released an Android version. But let’s face it, even though the Android version of Instagram works well, its implementation for iOS devices is still the best one – making it a seamless, more enjoyable […]
This week in the iTunes App Store, a pair of iPhone apps have launched that look set to kick-start a new revolution in social video. One of these might just become the video version of Instagram.