News: Apps and Software
Thursday, 18 Sep 2014
If you're curious as to the percentage of iOS users who've upgraded to iOS 8 so far, there's a website that tracks iOS 8's adoption rate on a hourly basis.
Microsoft sets out to attract even more app developers to its Windows and Windows Phone platforms with the removal of the annual renewal fee for Windows Developer Center accounts.
Sony Entertainment has made a number of exciting announcements regarding its consoles, including a new update for the PS Vita, new localized game titles, and a special edition Dragon Quest Metal Slime Edition PS4.
Wednesday, 17 Sep 2014
With the arrival of iOS 8, iPhone users can now opt for third-party alternatives instead of relying on the native Apple keyboard. One of the most popular Android keyboards, SwiftKey, is making it way on iOS.
Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014
Numerous reports are suggesting that Microsoft will announce a US$2.5 billion acquisition deal to purchase Mojang, the developer of Minecraft, later today.
Friday, 12 Sep 2014
The days of developers having to port their apps from Android to Chrome OS may be numbered as Google launches App Runtime for Chrome (Beta).
Besides bumping up to support 10GB files, new features are also added to allow for faster syncing and Dropbox-like file sharing.
With the release of version 5.0 of its Android and iOS apps, Viber is offering its mobile app users the ability to make video calls, and manage their contacts in new ways.
Thursday, 11 Sep 2014
If you've been skeptical about purchasing apps from the Google Play Store, you now have one less thing to worry about as Google has announced that there is now a two hour window for refunds.
Monday, 8 Sep 2014
With the recent celebrity nude photos scandal getting plenty of attention, many are skeptical to store their data on cloud services. ASRock has a solution for you.