Tagged: iOS

Nintendo’s Super Mario Run: Must-have arcade game for your iPhone 7

Nintendo Super Mario Run

Alright, so it’s almost less than a week before your have the official Nintendo Super Mario Run game on your iPhone. The iOS app will launch on 15 December 2016, and already there is hype over this arcade running adventure game. Since, Mario has been the popular game of the 90s, the nostalgic feeling of playing it on your mobile device is making everyone go wild.
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Apple iOS 10 revealed, exciting reasons you’ll want to update

iOS 10

All set for a new iPhone experience without updating to iPhone 7? It may be time to update to iOS 10 recently announced by Apple. As all updates do, iOS 10 comes with a host of new features that pledge to make the iPhone and the iPod more useful and entertaining devices. If you are not certain, and you are still contemplating if you should upgrade, you can check out the exciting new features that should instigate you to make the move. Read More…

7 reasons why Apple iPhone 5s is not obsolete

Apple iPhone 5s

New versions of popular gadgets hit the market more quickly than most of us can keep up with. Of course, the newest model is always the biggest, boldest, fastest option on the market, but wise users try to let their bank accounts air out between major purchases. It’s possible that the iPhone 5s could continue to meet your needs for a while longer, depending on how you use your phone.

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Wilson X connected football is every quarterbacks dream ball

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It’s not easy for the best in the world of football to throw a perfect pass. Each quarterback out there will affirm. With the new Wilson X connected football, throwing a perfect pass can be lot easier and more accurate. Designed with budding quarterbacks in mind, the new football measures distance, speed, velocity, spin rate and the throwing position to perfect each throw and help train more precisely. Read More…

Cronzy pen scans any color in the world to let you write in it

Cronzy pen

Click pens with interchangeable spring-loaded ink cartridges were the best we could have when we were growing up. These pens would let you use few different colors for doodling or writing. Come 2016 and we are in for a pen that would let you scan any color in the nature to use it for sketching, writing or even scribbling when you’ve got nothing to do at work. Dubbed the Cronzy, this is a pen seeking crowdfunding on Indiegogo. Read More…

Artisto is Prisma like app to remake videos in style of famous artists

Artisto app

Russian Programmers somehow want your pictures and videos styled as works of famous artists. Prisma photo editing app from Russia has taken the Android and Apple users by storm, sadly it doesn’t let you edit videos. A Russian internet company, Mail.ru Group has ceased the opportunity and launched Artisto – a video-editing app on lines of Prisma. Read More…

Augmented reality mobile game Pokémon GO is biggest ever in U.S. history

pokemon Go biggest game ever

Quite a few applications have taken Play Store and Apple Store by storm in the past – latest being the Pokémon GO – a Nintendo franchise game. The first real augmented reality game, this is a free download for iOS and Android devices, and it mixes real world elements with the virtual game, which is making people go bonkers for the app. People are fanatically downloading Pokémon GO, and according to a SurveyMonkey report, it is already the biggest mobile game in the history of United States. Read More…

Five major announcements coming out of Apple’s WWDC 2016

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At the annual software conference – the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple chief executive Tim Cook and company took to the stage and had amazing announcements to make. Some of these finest and freshest announcement from Apple ranged across company’s spectrum of products including the Mac computers, iPhone, Apple TV and the company’s only wearable, the Apple Watch.  The incremental updates came for the OS’s in almost everything from Mac, Apple Watch, iPhone and Apple TV in addition to a few updates for Siri, iMessage and Maps. We have here touched on the five most important announcements from the conference. Read More…

Microsoft to launch Windows Phone Word Flow Keyboard for iPhone

Word_Flow_keyboard for iPhone

According to an email sent out to select Windows Insider testers, Microsoft could soon be looking to make its famed Word Flow Keyboard available for other OS platforms, beginning with iOS. The email does not suggest when the Word Flow will be released publically on iOS, but we learn Microsoft is already set to test the keyboard broadly on iOS, which suggests the innovative keyboard could be coming to the iPhone in coming months. The benefit of Word Flow keyboard is that it’s far more fluid, easy to use and more accurate than the default keyboard on iPhone. Read More…

Apple to introduce automatic display color changing Night Shift feature with iOS 9.3

Apple Night Shift iOS 9.3

Third party app f.lux has offered the facility to automatically adjust colors on the iOS devices, now to make it more native, Apple is slated to launch Night Shift feature that’ll let you automatically change color temperature of your iOS device’s display. Using the phone at night has been scientifically linked to deprived and uncomfortable sleep due to light strain; with the launch of iOS 9.3 Apple wants you to have the most comfortable experience using their device even after a tired day. Night Shift will use your iPhone’s location and clock to automatically adjust the colors of the display for you. It will automatically make the display colors warmer and easier on your eyes at night. Read More…