One of the great things about the Amazon Appstore is that it gives away a different Android paid-for app for free every day, which means you often find great gems for your phone, provided you check in every day. Apple is now taking a similiar route, and is starting to […]
Apple has been pretty late to the subscription game for its iTunes store, and has only recently started offering its iTunes Match service in the US. But Apple has now made a deal with Big Fish Games, the creator of games like “Mystery Case Files” and “Mahjong Towers”. The […]
It sure is great to see some well known SA brand names in the App-space – those of you sporting smartphones might already be using News24. I personally use the app every single day, and it is currently available on iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and the Nokia Ovi store.. So if you have not gotten round to download the News24 app, head to your relevant appstore.
Apparently the News24 iPad app has taken off very quickly with South African iPad users:
According to 148Apps.com, Apple has “unofficially” reached 500 000 apps in it’s App Store. The catalogue of apps have grown at a tremendous rate – in Jan this year it was still on 350,000, so clearly Apple has had its hands full approving all these apps.
The iOS Appstore has been one of the greatest success stories in software distribution, and it revolutionized the way we used our mobile phones. Apple is now going to bring this functionality to Macs as well, and first to those running OSX 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
Finally! After being released on iPad a few weeks back, VLC is now available on iPhone as well, using a universal app. For those who do not know – VLC player is the “it can play any video format” open source player that is available on a variety of platforms. […]
Luckily there is now a source to quickly find the very best apps out there. No searching through Top 25 lists, just the very best.
Distimo just released their latest report for August, which details sales of all the current mobile application stores.
Wired’s cover story for September is quite a big one – Charles Anderson argues that the Web is dead – and this might sound ridiculous. But he does make quite a few very good points.
They have become a filter for our world. Millions of little programs. Here is the current state of all things apps on the mobile.