Dec 09

Mobile retrogaming specialist DotEmu has released its arcade beat-’em-up compilation Double Dragon Trilogy for iOS. A groundbreaking, uber-popular game upon its arcade debut in 1987, Double Dragon is the undisputed godfather of co-op beat ‘em all!

Enter Double Dragon Trilogy, a compilation specially optimized for mobiles and which includes all three installments of the beloved arcade series: Double Dragon, Double Dragon 2: The Revenge, and Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone. The first one begins with Billy and his brother Jimmy, two martial arts experts, in a mission to rescue Billy’s girlfriend, Marian, who’s been kidnapped by the Black Shadows Gang. All your favorite moves are here: punches, kicks, elbows, knees, head-butts and an assortment of not-exactly-street-legal weapons. » Populair 1987 Arcade Game Double Dragon Trilogy Now Available For iOS

Dec 07

YouTube user PhoneBuff goes over 50 different Siri voice commands on the iPhone 5S to help demonstrate what Apple’s virtual assistant is currently capable of. Check out the video after the break. » Learn To Use Siri: 50 Siri Voice Commands

Dec 07

Apple has replaced all products on Apple’s homepage with an image of Nelson Mandela, honoring the late South African president’s life a day after he passed at the age of 95. » Apple Remembers Nelson Mandela on Apple’s Website

Dec 06

According to a chart posted on Apple’s App Store support page for developers, iOS 7 is installed on 74 percent of devices within 3 months after the iOS 7 release. 22 procent is still running iOS 6 and just 4 procent is running an earlier version of iOS. » App Store Usage Numbers Show iOS 7 Adoption at 74%

Dec 06

Last week Ubistoft announced ‘Assassin’s Creed: Pirates’ ( the tie-in game to Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag ) for iPhone and iPad and released a first trailer for the game. Today, the game is available on the App Store. » Assassin’s Creed: Pirates Now Available For The iPhone and iPad

Dec 05

Rovio has released an update of Angry Birds Star Wars II which includes 44 new levels and 3 new free characters. Check out the full change log after the break. » Angry Birds Star Wars II Update Includes 44 New Levels and 3 New Characters

Dec 05

Apple’s latest revolution, the iPad Air, was released November 1, just in time for small businesses gearing up to revamp goals and visions for 2014. It’s never too late to go mobile or update business management processes using mobile devices. Last quarter, the iPad generated $6.2 billion of revenue or 17 percent of Apple’s total revenue, highlights Business Insider. Apple’s revenue-generating tablet innovation indeed meets personal and business needs.

In the words of Apple, the iPad Air’s advanced wireless helps users “do more in more places.” Digitally inclined and technology-reliant entrepreneurs can manage a business right from the clutches of an iPad. Introduce the iPad Air into your business operations and improve how you manage workflow for 2014 with the following mobile apps.


Whether you’re at your home office or traveling for a conference, keep in touch with clients and employees with GoToMeeting. In seconds, you can schedule, host or join meetings on the iPad. The app provides onscreen communication flexibility; remote employees from anywhere can connect face-to-face to view presentations, share spreadsheets or discuss reports. On an iPad, the free HD video conferencing app features a whiteboard and highlighter for brainstorming sessions and HDFaces Video for exceptional video streaming.


The Intuit GoPayment app ensures that you’ll never miss a sale. Your iPad becomes a portable transaction machine and mobile card reader that accepts credit card payments. Easily sell merchandise at a local event by swiping a credit card and instantly gaining authorization. The customizable free app also records cash transactions, applies discounts and syncs with QuickBooks. Complement GoPayment with the QuickBooks Mobile app for managing invoices and accessing customer information, recommends the Intuit small business blog.


Readdle helps individuals manage documents and fill in forms while on the go. Readdle identifies itself as a Printer Pro ($6.99) and PDF Expert ($9.99). Wirelessly print email attachments, photos or Dropbox files on compatible printers within the Wi-Fi network. As an intuitive PDF tool, Readdle enables you to “read, annotate, sign and fill out PDF forms on the iPad,” describes Highlight text and save bookmarks using the PDF Expert tool. The Readdle app also features Calendar 5 ($6.99) for task management and viewing upcoming events on an easy-to-use interface.


Roambi analyzes large amounts of data and transforms it into digestible information. The free Roambi Analytics app helps you “understand your numbers” through interactive navigation and data visualization from diverse viewpoints. Analyzing spreadsheet or CRM data becomes an engaging, guided experience. Interact with your data and share or present it from a mobile perspective.

Improve your data management even more with the free Roambi Flow app that helps you “tell your story.” After complex data and numbers are generated into understandable views with Roambi Analytics, you can publish information using Roambi Flow and the app’s high-quality templates. Embed videos and add images using rich interactive media for creating content that you can share with employees, clients and customers — all on your iPad.

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