United Airlines to launch iOS exclusive in-flight entertainment


On March 13, 2014

According to a blog post from United Airlines, the company is preparing to launch a new service that will offer  in-flight movies exclusively to Apple’s iOS devices. Thanks to the new service iDevice owners will have access to about 150 movies and 200 TV shows. The airline hopes to bring the service to all their flights […]

iOS 7.1 has been installed on 6% of all iDevices


On March 12, 2014

Even though the new iOS 7.1 was only released yesterday 5.9% of all iOS devices in North America have already been updated and are now running on the new software. This is according to Chitika who have measured ad impressions from tens of millions of iOS-based devices in the U.S. and Canada from March 9 to […]

Apple releases iOS 7.1


On March 11, 2014

Yesterday Apple released the official version of iOS 7.1 taking it out of beta mode. You can update your iPhones and iPads now. The latest software version is compatible with iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, and iPod touch (5th generation) devices.  According to the Apple website: iOS 7.1 is packed with interface refinements, […]

iBetterCharge reminds you to charge your iDevices


On March 10, 2014

I don’t know about you guys but personally I suck at remembering to charge my iDevices. Luckily my iPhone gets docked into my alarm clock every evening, otherwise it would probably constantly be screaming for a charger. Now there is a solution for frantically having to hunt down your iDevice to check the battery status. […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 7 March 2014


On March 7, 2014

 Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Faulty Lightning cables causing big headaches for iPhone users – Have you been having problems with faulty Lightning cables that corrode over time and eventually stop charging your iPhone or iPad? You’re not alone. Who […]

PayPal iOS app updated with many new features


On March 6, 2014

If you are one of the many people using PayPal on your iOS device then here is some good news, earlier today PayPal updated their app to version 5.4, among the new features are a lot of security updates that have been implemented in order to make using the service on your device much more […]

Wake up to the smell of bacon!


On March 5, 2014

I don’t know about you guys but I hate the sound of my alarm clock in the morning. On the mornings if there is an amazing smell of breakfast floating through the house then waking up becomes a little easier. Thanks to the The Oscar Mayer Institute for the Advancement of Bacon I can now be […]

Where To? 6.7: Send local search results to Mercedes-Benz vehicles!


On March 4, 2014

The great guys at Future Tap are back at it again, this time releasing an amazing update to their already popular Where To? The update allows users to send search results to Mercedes-Benz vehicles. The location is sent to the in-car navigation system and the driver can move off right away. FutureTap has partnered with Mercedes-Benz […]

iOS in the Car becomes CarPlay, launching later this year


On March 3, 2014

In a Press Release Apple officially announced CarPlay, it initially revealed as iOS in the Car at the WWDC last year. According to sources CarPlay allows users to make calls, navigate maps, listen to music and access messages from the dash of compatible cars. Furthermore Siri can be activated by touching a button on the steering […]

Weekly Mobile News Roundup – 28 February 2014


On February 28, 2014

 Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Stunning iOS 8 Mission Control Concept – Just as we have seen many concepts and redesign ideas before the launch of iOS 7, designers and developers have started thinking about iOS 8. With Apple’s WWDC […]