Blizzard’s highly rated digital card game Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is now available on the iPad. The game has technically been available for the last 2 weeks, as the iPad version was rolled out for Australia, Canada, and New Zealand much earlier.
Microsoft has officially announced the existence of Age of Empires: World Domination for mobile devices. There are few details about the game, and it is unknown how the classic real-time strategy gameplay will be adapted for a touch interface, although the preview video promises a new battle system.
The Adobe Creative Cloud just got a lot more useful with the release of Adobe Lightroom Mobile for iPad. The tablet version of the very popular photo organization and editing software uses the creative cloud to sync images and edits to and from your desktop system making sure your photos are always up to date.
It was only introduced last week, but Microsoft has announced over 12 million downloads of Office for iPad on their official Twitter account. The app is currently free for download, but doesn’t allow users to edit documents without an Office 365 subscription.
Blizzard’s free to play online card game, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, is scheduled to arrive in Southeast Asian countries next week. The game, which borrows heavily from the now defunct World of Warcraft CCG, has slowly been gaining popularity since its official launch in March 2014.
Calling all iPhone and iPad users, it’s time to give your device a much needed software update as Apple as just released iOS 7.1, the update we’ve all been waiting for since last September. As promised, the update will address the black/white screen of death encountered by a lot of iPhone users, have CarPlay support […]
Since the demise of MSN Messenger and perhaps even before that, I’ve made the move to be on Google Talk fulltime as most of my friends have gmail accounts. On top of this GTalk actually is able to connect me to the internal office chats as well. Granted, Google Talk is now called Hangouts, Google […]
Now that the whole Flappy Bird incident has finally slowed down a little, it’s about time to move on and discover other games. I was browsing around for apps to install the other day, and I’m pretty certain it’s because of the kittens, I stumbled across Naughty Kitties, a game for iOS devices that involves […]
Just few hours ago, Facebook has introduced a new app called Paper which seems to be designed as another alternative way to present status update and news – referred to as “stories” by the company – to users. By alternative, I mean in a less intrusive way. Made exclusively for iOS at the time being, […]
World of Warplanes developer Wargaming.net has released a mobile app that allows users to tour the recently recovered Dornier Do 17 light bomber. This particular aircraft is special in that it is the only surviving example in existence; and was recovered from a crash site off the coast of Britain. The salvage operation was done […]
Ever wondered what exactly is iOS in the Car and just how it will work in a vehicle? Thanks to several developers, you can now have a rough idea on how iOS in the Car looks, for Apple Maps at least. Developer Steven Throughton-Smith recently posted a video that demonstrates iOS in the Car by […]
Locking doors with phones is slowly becoming the next best thing of the 21st century. Okidokeys has previewed the latest in 256-bit AES encryption in smartphone-based doorlocks. The module hooks up to a standard door lock. It does this from the inside to disguise the fact that there is a wireless locking system installed; this […]