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March 10, 2016
Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App Store.
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March 09, 2016
Stand O’Food 3 is the quintessential time management game. You’re required to feed a variety of hungry patrons before they get up from their tables in pure rage. It may sound easy, but you will be tasked with making more than 90 different recipes and 18 special sauces through 75 levels.
Based on the historic flame light on Wisconsin Avenue, this weather app allows you to see what the weather will be like based on color. If the flame light is blue, there’s no change in view. If the flame is red, there is warm weather ahead. If the flame is gold, you better watch out for cold. And if the flame is flickering, there’s some precipitation in your future. You can also pull down on the screen to see the highs and lows for the next two days.
Today only: Unlock all of the aliens and remove the ads between games free of charge! Tap the “Aliens” button in the bottom right corner of the main screen and scroll through all of the aliens until you reach the end. You’ll then see the option to unlock the aliens and remove ads. Tap and confirm. Bumper Jump is a simply adorable high score game. All you have to do is tap to place bumpers underneath your alien to bounce it higher and higher. You’ll find randomly placed planets in your way during the ascent, and bumping into them will result in impossible to control deflections, so try to avoid them. Power-ups like mega bounces, planet repellers, and slow-mo will appear as well to assist you.
We’re recommending Princess Fairly Tale Coloring Wonderland today because it does a great job of guiding your child along the way. They get to color in 11 difference scenes with just a tap. As your child works their way through each scene, new interactive characters and items will appear out of nowhere. The app also includes helpful hints, so even young children can join in on the fun.
Your orb cannon is positioned at the bottom of the screen. Tap at just the right moment to launch an orb into space and watch as it begins to expand until it rams into something. Orbs that have settled will start with the number three, and each time they are hit the number will decrease. Keep firing and smashing orbs into each other to keep the screen clear. The game includes three modes, colorful particle effects, and online leaderboards.
The online world isn’t getting any safer by itself, so take it upon yourself and put oneSafe in your pocket. It allows you to safely store and recall login information, social security numbers, credit card numbers, private photos, and just about anything else you can imagine. The ready-made templates make it easy to enter data, and you can categorize it in a variety of ways. The app also includes iCloud and Dropbox support, four separate login methods, a built-in secure web browser, and search.
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March 08, 2016
App Store Official Charts for the week ending Mar. 06, 2016:Source link: http://news.yahoo.com/top-iphone-ipad-apps-app-store-184147595.html
The Internet giant Google today refreshed its mobile productivity apps in the App Store—Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides—adding support for the iPad Pro’s 12.9-inch screen along with other minor improvements.
Although Google’s word processor, spreadsheet and presentation apps now take full advantage of the iPad Pro’s increased screen size and resolution, these apps are yet to support iOS 9’s new iPad multitasking modes, like Split View and Slide Over.
In the updated Docs app, you can now enable the word-counting feature, useful if you plan on writing and editing longer documents. And in slides, you can now create an account more easily than before.
As mentioned, all three apps are now compatible with the iPad Pro and also include a bunch of bug fixes and performance improvements.
In other Google updates, Chrome for iOS was bumped to version 48.0.2564.104 today to addresses the following issues that were introduced in the previous release:
In addition, Google Drive was updated yesterday with the ability to view and restore files in your Trash and add colors to folders. Moreover, links to Drive tapped in stock apps like Messages, Safari and Mail now open in the Drive app.
You can download Docs, Slides, Sheets, Chrome and Drive free in the App Store.
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