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This week’s app sales include not one but two premium-turned-free apps that are losing their price tags altogether.
I’ve got some bad news: video games are traditionally pretty sexist. Video blogger Anita Sarkeesian has noticed.
Some weeks are better than others in the world of App Store promotions, and this week we’ve been blessed with a bounty of bargains.
Do you struggle to focus on your writing? typWrittr is a browser-based writing environment that places an emphasis on the written word. It is designed to be inviting and distraction-free.
You Suck At Photoshop is still one of the best and most complete web-series ever made – watch it, and more.
If your Mac’s hard drive is small and your Time Machine hard drive is big, it might be worth using the drive for both backup and storage purposes.
Some of yesteryear’s greatest games are perfect fits for today’s mobile devices. DotEmu specialise in bringing these classics to our touchscreens, and they’re currently having a summer sale.
Thanks to Vine, goals are online before the replays have been shown. Last week the English Premier League told fans to stop posting television footage of goals on Vine. Is the Premier League playing spoilsport?
Interested in interactive fiction or text adventures? Then you’ll want to download these apps for your iPhone or iPad.
Ten years ago it took a fairly powerful computer in order to edit video, but now you can do everything on your iPhone or iPad.
There are lots of YouTube videos that can show you exactly how your workouts should be going, and they won’t cost you a penny.
If you’re a die-hard animation nut or under the age of 11, you’ll definitely be drawn to this week’s iOS app sales.
YouTube can teach you to do just about anything, and that includes playing an instrument. Today we’ll focus on piano, guitar, bass guitar and drums.
Apple introduced its set-top digital media player in 2007, and it’s currently on its third generation of hardware.
This week’s sales are all about productivity, with some of the App Store’s best email applications, calendars, scanners and sketching environments slashed in price.