Posts Tagged “iOS”

Google today updated its Google Search iOS app. New 2.0 version is completely redesigned for iPhone and brings speed improvements, full screen browsing, a built-in text finder for webpages and many more new features.

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Trial Xtreme 2 Winter Edition is FREE for a limited time. Hurry up!

Check the gameplay video after the break.

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Army of Frogs HD is FREE for a limited time. Hurry up!

Check the trailer after the break.

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Have you ever wanted to control your iOS device through your PC?  Many iPhone users who have, use software like MyMobiler (http://mymobiler.com/)  to control the phone through windows PC.  Here is one solution by veency (for jailbreak devices only!) that will do the same thing.  The only difference is that veency requires a WiFi connection.

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Have you ever experienced low memory on your iPhone and want to squeeze everything out of your memory.  There is a way to get rid of some unnecessary files like other language files.  Here is one solution (for jailbroken iPhones only!)

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The AirPort Utility app for the iOS has many cool features, including allowing users to see what devices are connected to a home network, being able to manage router settings, and the ability to update firmware for AirPort devices.

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The ODM PH-1 accessory paired with the pH Meter  app allows the pH measurement of water using and iPhone or iPod Touch.  The   The app was designed for those who want to test ground water and well water. The app stores the reading data, the location, time, and date of the readings.  The app is free  and available in the the App store.  Here is the link.

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Having recently been introduced by my grandmother (68) to 'Angry Birds', I have swiftly been drawn in to this world of virtual wonder and sanitised destruction.  Watching her play avidly on her iPad, my curiosity took over, and I installed the original version on my Mac and played with similar vehemence.  Much has been said about Angry Birds, but this is a unique case, where the concept, the narrative, is seeping into other areas of popular culture.

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