A small app deal for those of you who use big-screen monitors: Warp Mouse just dropped from its regular asking of $0.99 to become FREE (for a limited time).
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Nowadays, there are many services that allow you create a website with little to no effort. WordPress, for example, arguably the most-popular web content creation platform, currently powers 75,262,365 sites (worldwide) – including this one.
Those currently taking advantage of the iTunes Affiliate Program may be interested to learn that Apple is today adding two new regions to the PHG Affiliate Program.
Following an update to the web-based version of its iWork suite, yesterday, (which saw all three of the firm’s web productivity apps reskinned to fit in with iOS 7′s flat UI), Apple has today also pushed out updates to its entire iWork for iOS and iWork for Mac software suites. …
2800 Icons for Developers does just what its name suggests, providing a library of over 2,500 free icons for developers and designers to take advantage of (and use freely) within their own projects.
Ever tried installing a wireless network and come up against interference from neighbouring networks, or radio noise, that has ultimately affected the persistency of your connection?
Making its debut on the Mac App Store at the end of last week, GGM41′s DeployIt! is a tool for iOS developers which claims to allow for the wireless deploying of your in-testing application(s) to both those iOS devices locally available on your network, and those which are not.
Rounding off the deal action for this weekend, EffectMatrix has tonight dropped the price of its Super Vectorizer tool for Mac, from its regular price of $19.99 – to just $0.99.
One recent price change to propagate to Apple’s Mac App Store over the holidays involves colour-picking app – Sip for Mac. Describing itself as “refreshingly simple,” Sip claims to be able to instantly sample and encode any colour that is present on your screen.
We’ve already given you a huge list of the hottest iOS apps that are on-sale this holiday. Now it’s time to turn our attentions to Apple’s other platform – the Mac. While Apple’s focus on the Mac has somewhat dwindled this year, (an understandable move by the company considering that …
We first told you about Philips Hue back in October 2012. Granted, home automation wasn’t a “new thing” – (even around the time that the product was announced), but the ability to remotely control the color of the light bulbs around your house, via an iOS device? Well, that was …
Apple has this morning publicly released a new version of its iTunes jukebox software. Considered a minor update, iTunes 11.1.3 is said to resolve instances where the software’s “equalizer” feature may not work as expected, alongside improving performance when switching views in large iTunes libraries.
Following references to the OS showing up for a number of digital textbooks on Apple’s iBookstore, (which suggested the public release of OS X Mavericks could be closer than originally expected), yesterday, AllThingsD has tonight confirmed that Apple is aiming for a late October release of the software.
The public release of Apple’s next major upgrade to OS X – OS X Mavericks – may be closer than originally thought, as 9to5Mac highlights tonight that references to the desktop OS have begun to show up in the written ‘requirements’ for some of Apple’s digital textbooks.
Apple has tonight seeded a new version of its web browser, Safari, to developers of the ADC. Asking developers to continue testing their extensions for compatibility with the software, the seeding of Safari 6.1 (Seed 7) follows the company sending out a mailshot asking developers to prepare for Safari push …
Arriving as a companion app to Sketch for Mac, indie development studio Bohemian Coding has launched a new iOS app, called ‘Sketch Mirror,’ that aims to allow for the previewing of the designs you may create on your Mac, on your iOS devices.