- Gameloft launches another $0.99 iOS sale
- Sparrow lands on the iPhone
- Review Roundup for the New iPad
- Cloud Photos syncs your photos to Dropbox
- Monkey Island Tales 3 in Review – Look, a two-headed Pinocchio!
Posted: 15 Mar 2012 11:44 AM PDT
To celebrate the release of the new iPad, Gameloft is unleashing another of their popular $0.99 iOS deals. Leading the charge is Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation, an awesome first person shooter that features online multiplayer with up to 12 players in 6 maps and 7 game modes. This is also the first time the FPS has dropped in price (down from $6.99) on the platform. Other dollar sales include Modern Combat: Domination for the Mac, Starfront – Collision (TMA Review) and The Adventures of Tintin. If you’re planning on buy the iPad for the first time tomorrow, now would be a great time to pick up some of those Gameloft HD titles on the cheap. The complete list of iOS games on sale can be found be below.
Posted: 15 Mar 2012 10:52 AM PDT
Sparrow, my favorite mail client on Mac OS, has finally been released for the iPhone.
Similar to the pane interface found on the Facebook app, you can use swipe gestures to reveal mailboxes, labels and folders. Swipe on a message and you can star, add a label, archive or delete a conversation. I’ve used Sparrow on my iPhone briefly and so far, am completely loving it (goodbye Mail app!). The one big downer is the lack of push notifications, which can be a deal breaker for some. Personally, I can live without it for the time being, seeing how this is the best 3rd party mail app I’ve used thus far.
And if you missed it earlier, Sparrow for Mac is still currently on sale at $6 (via StackSocial), though only until for another 12 hours or so. Check out the promo video and app description after the break.
Sparrow, Sparrow, – $2.99
Posted: 15 Mar 2012 10:13 AM PDT
We’re only a day away now from the official release of the new iPad and reviews have started to appear on the web. While most components on the tablet have been upgraded – the CPU, the rear camera and 4G wireless capability – it’s the retina display that stands out the most. You get the impression that once you set eyes on the high resolution screen, it’ll be pretty darn difficult to go back to anything else. Sure it’s a bit thicker and heavier than the iPad 2, but overall, the new iPad appears to be a heavyweight champ. Here’s the complete roundup of reviews from around the web:
Posted: 15 Mar 2012 09:13 AM PDT
For those of you who enjoy taking pictures on your iPhone AND like the idea of having all those images synced automatically with your Dropbox account, Cloud Photos just might be the app for you. Created by the start-up dev team Syrp, Cloud Photos uses Dropbox to store all your photographs, so as you go off snapping pics with the built-in camera, those images are uploaded to Dropbox in the background. Speaking of which, the camera features several advanced settings like white balance, focus, exposure and grid. And to help save space on your iPhone, the app only saves a thumbnail of the actual photo taken onto the device, thus freeing up precious space for apps and other media (the original files can be downloaded from the cloud at anytime). Cloud Photos is available now on the App Store and currently on sale at $0.99. You can check out the rest of its features after the gap.
Syrp Inc., Cloud Photos, – $0.99
Posted: 15 Mar 2012 06:00 AM PDT
Ah, love… What men (and women) won't do for love, at least if it's true. And if your beloved is infected by a horrible evil zombie plague, who would think twice about embarking on a journey to find the mythical zombie-sucking Giant Sea Sponge. I know I wouldn't and neither did Guybrush Threepwood. Though the chance that his own possessed hand might be cured as well could have something to do with it… nah… it's just Monkey Island Tales 3.
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