Immediately after I updated my iPad and iPhone to iOS 9, the updates started coming in. Most of them downloaded smoothly, but some got trapped in an endless download loop. Here’s one way to bypass Read More …
Not in terms of the cost of whatever their IAP is, but in battery life, processing power, and above all, data use.
Once again it’s back to ABC Radio National to talk technology with Marc Fennell and the Guardian’s Claire Porter, covering apps for the blind, exoskeletons for everybody, stupid apps and the privacy implications of big Read More …
Almost every day, a smartphone app emerges offering some new and exciting functionality. But it’s come to my attention that many of these apps are continuing an old trend: they are purveyors of gender-based marketing.
Amazon is once again offering up a bundle of apps for free for two days only.
Admission: I don’t really watch that much sport, and I’m nowhere near as invested in it as the majority of Australians. What’s got me excited about SBS’ World Cup app is something else instead.
Everyone wants to boast about having the largest number of available apps for their mobile platform of choice, because it’s an easy bragging point. But what happens when a vast number are simply identikit clones?
Plants Vs Zombies 2 is, according to its suffix, about time. It’s also about money. Should that really be a problem?
EA’s released Plants Vs Zombies 2 in Australia and New Zealand only, for now. The good news is that it’s free. But only sort of.
Konami classic Contra appeared briefly on the iTunes App Store last week, before being pulled. If you missed it — you really didn’t miss much.