Via Breitbart: Build The Wall: The Game, an iPhone game created by pro-Trump internet personality Baked Alaska, has been rejected from the Apple App Store for including a cameo by Pepe the Frog. “I had a free game coming out on iOS today for y’all, but Apple has banned it’s release due to a cartoon... The post Apple Rejects iPhone Game Because Pepe appeared first on Joe.My.God..
It's always great to see inventive Steam releases finally make their way to the iPhone, especially when many of their unique mechanics are a perfect fit to touch controls, and normally at a far more palatable price of entry. RETSNOM [$0.99] - taking a leaf from the Alucard book of naming - is the next
Special guest Ben Thompson returns to the show. Topics include voice control with AirPods, how to get your entire music library onto an iPhone while using iCloud Music Library, Apple Watch durability, the Dash/App Store controversy,Show More Summary
Parental Controls, also known as Restrictions, let you manage which features, apps, and content your kids can and can't access on the iPhone or iPad. That includes the iTunes Store, which sells music, movies, and TV shows, the iBooks...Show More Summary
Infosec Apple fanboys are not known for their empathy -- either for those who can't afford their holy high fetish of phone security (iPhone) or for those who simply can't stomach the ecosystem's mounting hypocrisies. But there's one thing on their side. Apple's App Store at least tries to curate product security, while Google's Play Store is like playing appsec Russian roulette.
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Well, another weird Wednesday is upon us. Most of these games actually hit the App Store sometime on Sunday or Monday, with a few stragglers coming out this afternoon. Developers might just be busy doing their part in today's festivities of National Pet Obesity Awareness Day, which has them distracted, or maybe we're just about
According to the official App Store numbers iOS 10, is now installed on 54% of iPhones and iPads. That install base was achieved in less than a month. 54% is slightly lower than the 57% recorded by iOS 9 by the this time last year, but...Show More Summary
Giphy Cam, the app that let’s you create GIFs with your phone camera, has finally arrived in the Play Store. While Android users can finally produce GIFs with wild abandon, iPhone users were also treated to a cool Giphy Cam update that incorporates augmented reality. That and more in today’s news. Read more...
While we've known for months that Apple would start placing adverts in App Store search results, only a small percentage of iPhone and iPad users have seen them so far. From today, however, all device owners running iOS 10 in the USShow More Summary
Put plainly, the smartphone market exists as it does today because of Apple's App Store. Period. Smartphones had existed for more than a decade before the iPhone was released in 2007. Apps existed for more than a decade before the App Store rolled out a year later. Show More Summary
iOS 10 may have only reached roughly half of iPhones and iPads so far, but developers who readied their mobile apps for the new iMessage App Store are already benefitting, a new study finds. Existing apps that added support for iMessage have seen their downloads increase significantly, with early movers like JibJab seeing the largest download growth. Show More Summary
Apple has a new App Store, and it is helping at least one game find renewed interest from mobile gamers. Zynga’s Words With Friends app experienced 74 percent growth in downloads the week of September 12 compared to the prior 7-day period thanks to the debut of iOS 10, according to intelligence firm Sensor Tower. In […]
Late last week, we told you about a killer Pokemon Go cheat that works on iPhones without the need to jailbreak. It lets users walk anywhere in the game without actually making them move an inch, so they can capture far more Pokemon than they would if they had to actually leave the house and go around hunting Pokemon. Show More Summary
Despite the fact their library of App Store games isn't particularly extensive, Kumobius Games have created a strong reputation for simple yet brilliant experiences that could only have been made for a device like the iPhone. While Time Surfer [$0.99] and the original Bean's Quest [$2.99] were arcade classics, it was Duet [$2.99] that made
Apple headlines for the week ending Sep. 30, 2016 While there wasn’t a major event or product release this week, there were plenty of Apple-related headlines. The important ones are in this slideshow. Just click the link to get more information. Show More Summary
PewDiePie is a host onto himself. As long as he can hold up a brofist, he’s a threat to take over any market he enters. Developer Outermind’s new PewDiePie Tuber Simulator is the most downloaded game on the App Store for iPhone, according to data-tracking firm Sensor Tower. It launched earlier this week on both […]
Norse strategy role-player Banner Saga 2 is now available on iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The mobile version launched last night on the App Store and Google Play priced at £3.99/£4.59 and weighs in at 3.3GB. Banner Saga 2's mobile...Show More Summary
Sam Biddle, writing for The Intercept: Every time you type a number into your iPhone for a text conversation, the Messages app contacts Apple servers to determine whether to route a given message over the ubiquitous SMS system, represented...Show More Summary
Microsoft today updated its Skype for iOS app with new features specific to iOS 10. You can download the new app now directly from Apple’s App Store (iPhone, iPad). Skype now supports SiriKit, which means you can call someone on Skype just like you would place a normal call with voice commands. You can just […]