A few months ago in the Dutch news, via the broadcaster NOS, it was told that some 1.5 million Dutch gamble online now and then, on an annual basis. Despite the still unregulated Dutch market, online casinos based in Malta or Curacao, such as as Leo Vegas Casino or Mr Green Casino find their way to Dutch customers easily. These online casinos not only have a fantastic functioning desktop website but also offer very good mobile offerings. Their mobile casino apps (www.nlmobielcasino.nl) are that good that Dutch customers, will not see any reason to go to the Holland Casino. » iPhone Casino Games Are Increasing In Popularity
Bingo is one of the most popular games of chance and playing it on your iPhone can be a true joy. There are apps where you can wager and win real money, next to those strictly for free fun (although you might spend a lot for in-app purchases, annoying isn’t it?). Another way to distinguish between different iPhone bingo apps is if it’s a web app or an app only available via the official App Store. If it’s a web app Apple didn’t test it first, so the safety is something to be alert about. We advise two bingo apps. The first one is reviewed by Apple and you can only download via iTunes. The second one is a web-app where you can play all kinds of bingo games for free or for real money. Two distinguished apps for exquisite female gambling entertainment. » Distinguished iPhone Bingo Apps
Apple has launched a new iPhone 5S TV ad, called “Parenthood”. The ad shows different apps and products for parents, including My Teeth, Drawnimal, Pet Manager Pro, Kinsa, and the products Withings Smart Baby Monitor, Kinsa smart thermometer and Parrot Flower Power. Check out the video after the break.
» Apple Launches New iPhone 5S TV Ad
The Pangu development team has updated their jailbreak tool for for iOS 7.1.x, bringing support for the English language and OS X systems. It also comes with a fix for a bug that caused boot loops on iOS devices. » Pangu iOS 7.1.x Jailbreak Tool Update, Brings Support for OS X and English
Yesterday, Apple introduced iOS 8 en OS X Yosemite during the WWDC 2014 Keynote. Today Apple has posted a video of yesterday’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on its website. Everyone that couldn’t join the WWDC and didn’t follow the latest Apple and tech-blogs, check out the full Keynote here. The video can also be found on the “Apple Events” channel on the Apple TV. » Video Of Apple’s WWDC 2014 Keynote Now Available
During the WWDC 2014 event, Apple announced iOS 8. The latest version of iOS will be available this fall and comes with Messages app improvements, keyboard enhancements and access to third-party keyboards, HealthKit and more. It also shows battery usage by app, this way we can monitor the battery drain of specific apps. Check out the first iOS 8 hands-on videos after the break to find out more about the new features and improvements. » First iOS 8 Hands-On Videos Show New Features & Improvements
Ahead of Apple WWDC in the Moscone Center, Apple is preparing for the event by decorating the building. The above and below photos show the first banners teasing iOS 8 and OS X 10.10. The event will take place on Monday June 2 at 10 AM Pacific Time. » First iOS 8 and OS X Banner Appear At Moscone Ahead of WWDC