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Implosion – Never Lose Hope Review: Just Buy It Immediately

If you’re looking for an absolutely killer action game, look no further than Implosion – Never Lose Hope. It may be a premium priced game, but it’s worth every penny and then some, says Touch Arcade in their 5 out of 5 star review. I don’t mind saying that I’m kind of head over heels for Implosion. Show More Summary

5 Tips and Tricks for Final Fantasy Record Keeper

The folks at DeNA have dropped us a line to clue our readers in on some handy tips and tricks for the nostalgia snowball that is Final Fantasy Record Keeper. Here they are: Make Record Synergy a top priority when choosing characters and equipment! Record Synergy not only boosts the stats of your characters, but it also increases the EXP they earn. Show More Summary

Hearthstone’s third Blackrock Mountain wing, Blackrock Spire, is now live

Lately it seems like Hearthstone posts just don’t stop coming. That’s because a lot is going on with this fantastic card battling game lately, and if you’re not playing it, you should probably change that ASAP. The third section of the Blackrock Mountain DLC has gone live. Show More Summary

Yelp brings its ratings, reviews, and restaurant search to the Apple Watch

Popular restaurant review and ratings app Yelp has been updated today with support for the Apple Watch. With today's update, users with an Apple Watch will be able to perform all of the functions they've come to expect from Yelp, like finding nearby restaurant and looking up directions, right from their wrists. Show More Summary

RPG Reload File 034 - 'King Of Dragon Pass'

Hello, gentle readers, and welcome to the RPG Reload, the weekly feature where we deal exclusively in cows. Each week, we take a look at an RPG from the App Store's past to revisit it and see how it's doing in the modern day. It's a chance for a bit of reflection and a deeper

Apple names Steve Dowling as Vice President of Communications

Apple has named Steve Dowling as its new Vice President of Communications today. Dowling was previously a broadcast journalist at CNBC before joining Apple in 2003 where he would come to lead the company's public relations team for ten years. Show More Summary

Boost Mobile's new prepaid plan connects Miami customers with Cuba for $50 per month

Boost Mobile today announced a new prepaid plan for customers in Miami making calls to Cuba. For $50 per month, Cuba Monthly Connect plan from Boost Mobile gives customers unlimited texts and 15 minutes of talk time to Cuba at 33 cents per minute. After the first 15 minutes of talk time to Cuba, the rate bumps up to the standard rate of 99 cents per minute.

'Shooting Stars' Has a Cat That Shoots Rainbow Lasers

Bloodirony Games has just announced their new game Shooting Stars, and it's looking like quite the spectacle. They're describing it as a shoot 'em up with roguelike elements...and a bearded dude with glasses on a hoverboard, holding a cat that shoots rainbow lasers. The dude's name is Tscherno, and he must try to save Earth

CarPlay hits the road in five new countries

Apple has updated its iOS 8 feature page today to note that CarPlay is now available to use in Denmark, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, and Sweden—bringing the total number of supported countries to 25. With today's rollout, usersShow More Summary

Boost Mobile goes after Cuban-Americans with new prepaid plan

Now that the political relations between the US and Cuba have taken a turn for the better, American companies are pushing out marketing schemes to fit the bill. Today, Boost Mobile, Sprint's prepaid branch, announced a monthly plan that's geared toward customers who have loved ones in Cuba. Show More Summary

Spiderweb Software Cancels 'Avernum 2: Crystal Souls' for iPad, Ceases All Future iPad Development

Jeff Vogel's Spiderweb Software has been making incredibly deep RPGs for the past two decades, with many of those titles making their way over to the iPad where they seemed quite at home. The latest from Spiderweb to grace the iPad was to be Avernum 2: Crystal Souls, which was scheduled to launch this week.

'Masters of the Masks,' A New RPG from Square Enix and Lostmoon Games, is Now Available on the App Store

As if to purposefully thwart our attempts to collate each week's iOS releases in one neat post, Square Enix went off and released a new game today without a hint of warning. Masters of the Masks [Free] is a free-to-play role-playing game developed by a small outfit called Lastmoon Games. Masters of the Masks is

NSFW: Apple is doomed without a purple MacBook

I found that I absolutely love empty Apple Stores, and I hope that you do too. Shut up, you vulgar little tongue cluckers. There is nothing not fabulous about being able to walk into a serene, austere Apple Store and check out the new gear without having to stand in line and feel boxed in. Show More Summary

Google Search now showing all apps related to search content, not just the ones already installed

Google has changed the way that app indexing is handled on Google Search and is now showing any available related apps instead of just ones you already have installed. Apps have been indexed in Google Search for quite some time already, but today Google has made some changes to the way it displays results. Show More Summary

IFTTT brings Apple Watch, iPad support to Do Button and Do Note

IFTTT (If This Then That) has announced updates to its "Do" suite of apps that bring support for iPad and the Apple Watch. With today's updates, Do Button and Do Note have picked up Apple Watch support, giving you access to actions from the myriad of IFTTT channels right on your wrist. Show More Summary

Google Aims at Cardboard Compatibility with New Program

Google today debuted the Works with Google Cardboard program, which it says should make it possible for any Cardboard viewer to work well with any Cardboard app. Google first revealed Cardboard last year. Cardboard is a foldable viewer that lets people experience virtual reality when paired with their smartphone. Show More Summary

Spy_Watch game for the Apple Watch may leave players shaken and stirred

The latest game announced as an exclusive for the Apple Watch is Spy_Watch, where players will have to send text messages to help secret agents complete their missions. Spy_Watch comes from UK-based Bossa Studios, who have created acclaimed indie games such as Surgeon Simulator and more recently I Am Bread. Show More Summary

News: Report: Apple being uncooperative with antitrust monitor

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Apple has “sharply declined” in cooperating with its court-appointed antitrust monitor, Reuters reports. Michael Bromwich was appointed to monitor Apple’s antitrust compliance policies after the company was found liable in conspiring to raise e-book prices. Show More Summary

Shaken, Not Stirred: 'I Am Bread' Developer Bossa Studios Announces 'Spy_Watch,' a Spy Sim for Apple Watch

With all of the consternation and hot takes about the Apple Watch, it's hard to believe that a. it was only announced a month ago and b. it's not even out yet. Today, Bossa Studios joined the slowly-swelling ranks of developers making games for the thing by announcing Spy_Watch. Bossa is calling Spy_Watch "a new

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