A Chinese website called 7659 is bypassing Apple’s App Store and allowing its users to install pirated apps for free, without the need for jailbreaking. How are they doing this? It’s actually kind of clever.
The website is using Apple’s bulk enterprise licensing to copy and distribute pirated paid apps [...]Read More »
Apps are ridiculously easy to download these days, all it takes are a couple of taps. They’re also extremely easy to get rid of. And according to data from a recent survey by Compuware, most users aren’t afraid to push that delete button when an app fails to impress.
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Study shows 90% of all app downloads are free while in-app purchases soar to new heights [iOS, Android, Windows Phone]
I play Facebook games. I also play games on my phone. In both cases, most of the time the games are free to download. In that vein, I’m right in line with 90% of all app downloaders, a new Gartner study says. Gartner reports that free apps will represent 89% [...]Read More »
In the ‘Post-PC era’ an app store is a given on any platform that wants to succeed. So it isn’t very surprising that Windows 8 will have its own ‘Windows Store‘ which will feature Windows software. To date, however, there haven’t been very much details on exactly how Windows Store [...]Read More »
Just can’t let go of those Palm OS apps? Then make way for StyleTap, an emulator that allows users to run Palm OS apps on Android or iOS.
StyleTap, which costs US$49.95, is a Palm OS emulator that allows users to run Palm OS 5.2 or earlier apps on Android [...]Read More »
- First Aid [App that gives tips on how to recognize and treat common health situations]
- Simple Scoreboard [Helps keep track of player scores for games where you must manually track scores]
- Dog Whistle [App that plays 7 kHz, 10 kHz, 15 kHz, and 19 kHz frequency whistles for
My last article, here on dotTech, was about a game development software, that provides the tools to create amazing new games, called Unity. But what about old school board games like Chess (more like ancient school, I know); where does it stand in this modern world of today? The good [...]Read More »
In the seemingly never ending fight between iSheep and Fandroids, the main crux of the “debate” usually ends up around the operating system, with each side claiming to have the better one. Is one better than the other? We likely will never find out seeing as we haven’t even defined [...]Read More »
The following is a description of Wiki Encyclopedia Pro, as per the developer:
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Wiki Encyclopedia Pro: fast access to Wikipedia for your Android phone, without the ads!
- Wiki Encyclopedia Pro gives you access to Wikipedia, formatted for your Android mobile phone.
- The application remembers your Wikipedia language
Do you want to save money on iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad apps? Do you need an easy way to monitor app prices and find free (or cheap) apps? BargainBin has you covered. This free piece allows you to view free and bargain apps without have to get into the Apple app store [...]Read More »
Have you ever wondered if an email is valid? Perhaps you want to see if the support email on a software developer’s website is real. Now, there’s a tool for that.
Discover Email Address Checker, a webapp from Rolosoft:
Just enter an email address into the box and click “Check!”. [...]Read More »