- My Personal Guide – How to migrate to a new iPhone 4S – even if you have a new PC and no iTunes backup
- Game of the Week / Impressions: Fruit Ninja Kinect
- Anniversary: One Year of Martin’sSciFi Blog
- We’ve come a long way: Star Trek’s 45th anniversary
- RIP Palm – One Down One More To Go?
- App of the Week / Game of the Week: Mega Mall Story
- Three Updates: TWiT Photo & alternative iOS Browsers
- App of the Week: Zite
Category Archives: iDevice
My Personal Guide – How to migrate to a new iPhone 4S – even if you have a new PC and no iTunes backup
Migrating from an old to a new iPhone is a piece of cake, right? Not if you have a new PC at the same time, or you just never bothered to sync your old iPhone to your new PC before.
I had written about the first game from Japanese developer Kairosoft to be released on iOS back in January and I really liked ‘Game Dev Story’. After that Kairosoft released ‘Hot Springs Story’ (which I think was a nice game … Continue reading
‘Mostly Photo’ (see previous post) is now called ‘TWiT Photo‘. The show is now hosted by professional photographer Catherine Hall together with Leo Laporte. Lisa Bettany left the show. Check out TWiT Photo, it’s still highly recommended. The two alternative … Continue reading
In a way Zite is very similar to Flipboard (a previous App of the Week). You tell Zite what you like and you will get your own customised ‘magazine’ (from internet contend).
I have written about Qwiki before. Now Quiki has released an iOS app. Qwiki takes information from Wikipedia and photos and media from several other sources and creates a 2 to 3 minutes presentation that gives a quick overview of … Continue reading
‘You have always dreamed of flying – but your wings are tiny.’ Tiny Wings is a cute game in which you help a little bird with tiny wings to fly by jumping with the help of hills. You accelerate downhill … Continue reading
I was away for a couple of weeks. Thus I missed the release of iOS 4.3. However I came back just in time for 4.3.1 and I’ve already installed in on my iPad. I can finally choose if I want … Continue reading
There are a literary hundreds of thousands of apps for iDevices. There are some iOS apps that I think are essential – apps that would be useful for most people – however due to various reasons I do not want … Continue reading
There are these app where you think: “This looks interesting, but 8 bucks is definitely too pricey”. Of course you can buy them when they are on sale (sales are quite frequent in the app store), but how do you … Continue reading
This time there are two apps of the week: Mercury and Terra. Both are alternative browsers for iDevices. While Mercury is a universal (paid) app, Terry is iPad exclusive and free. As Apple wouldn’t allow anything else, both browsers are … Continue reading