Oct 18

OS gamers have been eagerly awaiting the debut of Infinity Blade: Dungeons since it was first shown off by Epic Games during the iPad Media Event. However almost 8 months later Infinity Blade Dungeons has yet to appear in the iTunes App Store. Now Epic Games tells AllThingsD not to expect Dungeons to ship until next year. » Infinity Blade Dungeons Won’t Ship Until 2013 [Video & Screens]

Oct 16

Gameloft posted a second trailer for their upcoming game, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. Modern Combat 4 is a first-person shooter with amazing visual aspects which will be available for iOS and Android this fall. This new Modern Combat game will look amazing on the iPhone5 and will us some indication what its new A6 Processor “with three GPU cores” is capable of. After the break you will find a second trailer from 2 weeks ago and some great looking screenshots. » Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour For iOS, Videos & Screenshots Of Amazing Graphics

Oct 10

SEGA announced today that the classic “1999” video game Crazy Taxi is coming to the iPhone and iPad. They released a very short trailer with only a view seconds of gameplay. But TouchArcade posted a hands-on video, showing the old classic gameplay which features the soundtrack from the original game. Crazy Taxi should be hitting the App Store later this week. Check out the trailer and hands-on video after the break. » Crazy Taxi Coming To iPhone & iPad

Oct 08

Rovio Entertainment and Lucasfilm Ltd. announced today a new blockbuster entertainment franchise collaboration, Angry Birds Star Wars. Angry Birds Star Wars will launch on November 8 for iOS, Android, Amazon Kindle Fire, Mac, PC, Windows Phone and Windows 8. “The unique partnership will combine all the fun of the classic Angry Birds and Angry Birds Space with the characters, stories and settings of the epic space fantasy, Star Wars.” You can watch the Angry Birds Star Wars teaser after the break. » Angry Birds & Star Wars Join Forces [Video]

Oct 05

iPhoneInCanada reported that Google added Street View to the web-based version of its Google Maps on iOS and other mobile devices. Since a lot of iOS 6 users are complaining about Apple’s new iOS 6 Maps app “which replaced Google Maps”, a lot of iPhone users waited for Google to submit an iOS app to the App Store or to update its web-based Maps app. » Google Added Street View To Web-Based Google Maps

Oct 04

Starbucks has updated their iPhone app to support Passbook. With the Starbucks app, you can manage your Starbucks Card balance, reload your card and track your Stars in the My Starbucks Rewards program. With it’s latest update, more people may start using Apple’s new Passbook app. Passbook is designed to get users directly into gift cards or event tickets from the lock screen when they are near a Starbucks or other area that supports Passbook. » Starbucks App Updated To Support Passbook

Sep 29

After Tim Cook apologized in an open letter for Apple’s new iOS 6 Maps App and suggested other Map alternatives including webbased Google Maps and Nokia Maps, Apple has also added a new featured section to the App Store highlighting some other “free and paid” map alternatives. This section includes map apps such as RoadMate USA, Waze, Mapquest, Garmin, Bing, and MotionX. It looks like Apple is taking the Map criticism seriously. » Apple Created Alternative Maps Section In The App Store

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