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Automation lifesaver IFTTT added nine new services to its repertoire in the month of July. Here’s a quick run-down of the new channels, what they do, and some of their time-saving applications.
Want to know more about why you love certain movies? Consider learning the technique filmmakers user to keep you hooked.
It’s the weekend and that means it’s time to take a look at the best sales on the App Store right now.
We created, adopted and embraced the Internet as a platform for freedom of speech and expression – so why do we all use the same search engine predominantly?
You’ve had your fun flouting Apple’s restrictions, and now you want vanilla iOS back in all its glory. Luckily the process is even easier than jailbreaking.
Progress is a wonderful thing, but can iMPC Pro take the iOS beat-making crown?
You could probably fund a military coup with Kickstarter, provided you marketed it effectively. There’s little that can’t be achieved if enough people want it, and nothing says “I want it!” like thousands of dollars in support. Motion pictures can be expensive, which makes them excellent candidates for crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo. It’s no surprise that […]
The right software behind your project, group or organization can make all the difference.
Another week, another round of iOS reductions and freebies!
Sometimes even famous directors have to pay the bills, which means even the most non-commercial of directors has dabbled in advertising.
Considering Apple’s media-savvy approach with free apps like iMovie, it’s surprising that there’s not a simple audio editor bundled with OS X.
Did you know that some people only buy apps when they’re on sale? Regardless of your buying habits, you can save a bundle with this week’s iOS app sales.
Do you remember your first live gig? Wouldn’t it be cool if you found footage of the occasion on the Internet? Music Vault might just have it.
This week’s sales lean heavily toward the gaming side of things, but that’s not a problem as we’ve got some of the App Store’s finest time-wasters on offer.
Super Mario 2 finished in 10 minutes, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 in four, and Super Mario 64 in under two hours. Seriously.