Facebook Pages Manager for iOS has been updated to version 2.2, bringing performance improvements and a number of new features. The app has been rebuilt so it's faster and easier to use and makes managing your Facebook pages easier than ever. You can post updated and photos and respond to comments, as well as view and respond to private messages and receive push notifications.
With the new update, scrolling through your Page timeline will be faster than before, with photos opening faster and closing with just one downward swipe.
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One of Rovio's popular games, Bad Piggies, has been updated today. The update brings fifteen brand new sun-drenched levels, along with some new gadgets to help you beat them, including a suction cup gadget for climbing walls and a spring-loaded boxing glove.
If you haven't had a chance to play Bad Piggies, here's what it is in a nutshell: instead of helping the Angry Birds get revenge on the pigs, you play from the perspective of the pigs. You won't be slingshotting birds through the air. You'll build the ultimate device to ... more
A new report out of CNET claims that Apple is finally gearing up for the launch of its rumored Retina display iPad mini, and that mass production of the device is set to begin in either June or July.
NPD DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim says that the device's display will pack a resolution of 2,048x1,536 for a PPI (pixels per inch) that is roughly equivalent to what we currently have on the iPhone 5, which has a PPI of 326. This will make it one of the most pixel dense ... more
A few weeks ago it was reported that Apple could release the Retina iPad mini in the third quarter of 2013. It's possible that Apple is not only planning to launch a Retina iPad mini in the third quarter of 2013, but that a third refreshed model is also planned for early 2014, according to DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim.
Shim believes the third-generation iPad mini will also feature the Retina display as well as an updated processor. Apple made a similar move with the slightly-updated fourth-generation iPad when it ... more
It's been a great week with a lot of great new apps hitting the marketplace. We've got a few new ones for you this week. If you’re concerned about network quality we have an iPhone app for you. We have a light and less extensible version of Status Board for the iPad. A beloved iOS podcast app comes to the Mac, in beta. Our web app is a dead simple to-do list. Our game of the week is a follow up from the makers of “You Don’t Know Jack.”
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While I was personally hoping that we'd be living in a complete digital age at this point, the magazine business has been struggling to get off the ground in the digital world. Magazine company Hearst has now finally hit the 1 million digital subscriber mark, although it's 3 months after it anticipated to reach the landmark number.
Hearst, which publishes such titles as Cosmopolitan, Popular Mechanics and Food Network Magazine, expected to hit the 1 million subscriber figure by the end of 2012, however, Hearst's President David Carey just revealed to ... more
Whether you obsessively played Grand Theft Auto: Vice City when it first came out back in 2002 for the Playstation 2, or whether you've never even touched the game, it's hard to pass up the game's current price on the App Store. The iOS version of the game is now on sale for $1.99, which is 60% off the regular price of $4.99.
GTA: Vice City originally came out for iOS back in December as a celebration of the game's 10th anniversary. It includes a number of enhancements to the game's ... more
One of the best parts of Ellen DeGeneres' show is all the games that she plays with members of her audience, and one those games is a word-guessing game where a player holds cards on their forehead and the other provides clues for the person to guess what's on the card. Now you can play this game at home with Ellen's new app, Heads Up!
With Heads Up!, you hold your iPhone or iPad up to your forehead, instead of a stack of cards. Since you can't drop a card ... more
Who needs paid-for subscriptions to music services like Spotify and Rdio when you've got Songza? Not me, and especially not after this update. Songza today has reached version 3.0 in a major update that makes great features even greater.
The Concierge feature of Songza is really useful, especially when you have something going on but can't decide which music is perfect for the situation. You can get music for those dreadful Monday mornings to get your week started off right or you can find a great workout playlist. With Songza ... more
Tom Hogarty, Adobe's group product manager for Lightroom, recently demonstrated an early version of a Lightroom-style photo editing app for iOS on Scott Kelby's online show "The Grid." The app, which will use cloud syncing, will be able to edit RAW images that are stored on a computer from a mobile device.
Hogarty wasn't specific about launch dates, but did say that the app is in the process of being developed. He also discussed a list of editing controls that the prototype software has already, including exposure, contrast, highlights, ... more
If you’re a frequent traveler, you’ve probably found yourself in a hotel with free wired Internet access. While this is nice if you have a MacBook Pro sans Retina Display, you’re SOL if you have a MacBook Air or a Retina-equipped MacBook Pro. Sure, you could buy a Thunderbolt or
Back when the first jailbreak was announced I was pumped, but then immediately disappointed as my phone become less than stable, and crashed at the most inopportune times. I didn’t last a month without reverting back to a clean install of iOS. A lot has changed over the years. Jailbreaking