A recent leak by Microsoft confirmed that the company may be releasing Office for iOS for sure (well, almost!). The leak reveals the applications Office Mobile for iPhone, Excel for iPad, and PowerPoint for iPad.
More than 25% of YouTube watching happens on a mobile device. Not surprisingly, most users are iOS users. Keeping this in mind, Google recently updated their YouTube app for iPad, iPhone and the iPod Touch.
Search giant Google recently updated their Gmail app for the iOS platform. Improvement includes faster, better and an easier user experience. “With version 2.0 of the app, you’ll get a totally new look and feel, plus a bunch of improvements like profile pictures in messages, numerous new animations from swivels to transitions and infinite scrolling in the message lists.”
Do you like to make your own music using your iPad? If you are one of those folks, then here is something that might interest you, especially if you are a music hobbyist. Called the iPad Guitar Tutor, what you see is a “guitar simulator” that converts an iPad into an electric, acoustic, or bass guitar tutor.
Apple announced today that the company sold over 5 million iPhone 5 units in the first three days. The device was available for sale on September 21. In addition to that the company also revealed that over 100 million iOS devices have been updated to iOS6 since its release.
Apple’s software (as well as hardware of course!) is well known to have a superior user experience. Almost every app or software they make target the overall usability along with the functionality. The iPhoto for the iPad and iPhone isn’t any exception. Solidly built app with some robust features.
Google introduces Currents, an app for the Android and iOS platform that will allow users to read various contents from AllThingsD, PBS, Huffington Post, Fast Company, Google RSS feeds and more, with a magazine-like look and feel. So, is it a competitor for Flipboard? Well, we will soon know.
For the first time ever, the Redmond giant brings its gaming services to the iOS platform, both for the iPhone and the iPad. The UI of the app is very similar to that of the Windows Phone 7 OS. So, whether an iOS user enjoys the experience or not clearly depends on the user’s taste.
There’s just endless amount of uses for the iPhone. An awesome hardware with a robust mobile OS is probably the reason. What you see is the iPhonECG case from Alivecor that can read you heart’s activity through a pair of electrodes and then send the same information to your iPhone 4. Obviously the app included is advanced enough to not only calibrate the readings but to do a whole lot more.