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The Moog name has been synonymous with quality, analogue synthesizers since the late 1960s. These items have always been prohibitively expensive for many, so now you can get Animoog for iPad instead.
If your iPhone is no longer in your possession, you might never see it again and the last thing you want to worry about is data security. Here’s what you need to do.
You’re reading MakeUseOf, so you’re probably a bit computer-inclined. Chances are you own more than one, and all the extras too – so, where does this stuff come from? That’s a question with more than one answer – the simplified version, and the “spent my whole life researching it” extended version. The Story of Stuff […]
Despite the many, many photo and filter apps out there, Camera Plus still manages to bring a few fresh features to the table. We’re also giving away 10 copies of Camera Plus!
Each week we scour current App Store promotions, of which there are thousands, to bring you this column. This week we’ve found a top synthesizer, classic JRPG plus a remastered point and click adventure.
The British chip shop: a national institution, a hazard to your health and now an deep-frying iOS simulator too.
The practice of taking original performances by respected artists and turning them into embarrassing self-parody is a YouTube phenomenon known as “shreds” – and it’s hilarious. Even if you’re a fan of the original artist or song you’ll have difficulty holding it together as the crowd goes wild for what is a cringeworthy performance. So […]
In 1980 a game called “Rogue” debuted a genre of gaming involving dungeons and permadeath. A prime recent example is a game called WazHack.
Halloween generally means scary films, lots of sugar and dressing up but for app developers it’s a great time to hold a sale instead. Any excuse a good excuse, right?
Apple really outdid itself this time. The words “software sells hardware” never rung more true, and now that OS X Mavericks is free to all, isn’t it about time you got on-board?
I’m so bored of “scary movie” lists that consist of Scream, Saw and The Ring – so this year I’ve racked my brains (and the Internet) for some of the most unsettling movies you can indulge in this October 31. I’ve purposefully omitted many of the usual cliché horror films that pop up year after […]
Another week of sales, another round-up of savings. This week we’ve got apps for scratching the Halloween zombie itch, something for making music and a high-profile freemium Apple offering.
You’ll be pleased to know there are a few steps you can take to make your phone last longer under iOS 7, though they’ll cost you in terms of shiny new features.
The iPhone’s new fingerprint sensor seems like a great way to use biometrics to keep the device secure and personal, but could the feature be used against the owner to circumvent existing protections?
This week we brought you the news that iversity launched with 24 available courses, so now it’s time to bring you a video prospectus of some of the service’s most interesting courses on offer. Just like Coursera, iversity is a completely free learning experience that delivers the educational goods via video lectures, discussion and assignments; […]