Guess what? Most of them are games! App Store has many wonderful apps, but most of them come with a price tag. We have traced some good apps that won’t cost users a penny. They are fun, useful and they can thrill. If you have an iPhone, please check whether you have these apps.
It Tells You All About Your Favorite Series Renewde a new app for iPhones and iPad lets you know about the changes in program schedules. TV channels leave us frustrated with sudden cancellation of our favorite programs. Renewde, a new app for iPhone, can tell whether your favorite program is cancelled or not. It also allows users to create a customized forecast of upcoming new episodes of each of their favorite series.
Get it before it gets late SEGA has announced special 48-hour sale for this summer. Today SEGA announced that they treat their users for the next 48 hours with an incredible offer for this summer. Gamers can save up to 80 percent on seven popular apps of this leading app maker. This offer will come to end on Saturday. If you like SEDA apps, this is the right time to get them.
Help save the planet and get rewarded A new app RecyclePix encourages recycling with attractive incentives. Greenopolis, a subsidiary of Waste Management, has announced the launch of its new app RecyclePix. This app tries “to drive positive change through “Social Recycling” that makes living sustainably a fun, engaging and rewarding experience.”
The HD version too Angry Birds app gets updated to version 1.6.2. Angry Birds is a puzzle video game developed by Finland-based Rovio Mobile. This is the most popular app for iOS devices with 12 million downloads. Rovio Mobile updates this app to version 1.6.2 today.
Search giant faces the heat as a latest report accuses FTC scrutinizes Google for deceptive practices when it comes to online search and search advertising. Federal Trade Commission is an independent agency of United States of America that runs for the promotion of consumer protection and the elimination and prevention of what regulators perceive to be harmfully anti-competitive business practices. In its report named “Googleopoly VIII* The FTC’s Antitrust Investigation of How Google’s Deceptive & Predatory Search Practices Harm Consumers,” it accuses …
Get ready with your Mac for Lion Apple is expected to launch Mac OS X 10.7 Lion next week, according to some reports. Apple has been integrating Mac OS X in all the Macintosh computers since 2002. Its latest version Snow Leopard (v10.6) was released on August 2009. The next version is named as Lion (v10.7) and it was unveiled in the “Back to the Mac” event on October, 2010.
A New Job For Jobs A Taiwanese tea company promotes its product with a commercial that features an alleged Steve Jobs lookalike. Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple has the habit of unveiling new products of the company. A Taiwanese tea manufacturer has come up with an interesting idea to promote their tea Tong Yi Cha. But, why did they choose Steve Jobs look alike? This ad is a promotion in which you can win an iPad 2 every week.
Expect it this fall Apple is said to be working on a new version of iPad, which is expected to get released this fall. The second version of Apple’s popular tablet, iPad 2 was released on March. During the unveiling event, Steve Jobs called 2011 as the “Year of iPad 2”. This made it clear that no other versions of the tablet would get released this year. However, Apple is said to be working on a new iPad model, which is not …
Expects to sell 200 phones a minute To the surprise of the suppliers Apple aims to sell at least 25 million iPhone 5 with in the year 2011. The new version of Apple’s smartphone iPhone 5 is expected to get released on September. Previously it was said that Apple has been aiming to sell 15 million units by the end of the year 2011. But, Wall Street Journal claims that Apple instructed its supplier to get ready to sell at least 25 …