It looks like FaceTime is not working for a number of users with devices running iOS 6, according to MacRumors. Users are reporting that they’re not able to place or receive FaceTime calls since April 16th. Continue reading

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Ultimate guide app store

The App Store app is the hub used to download additional apps on an iOS device. Out of the box, the iPhone only comes bundled with a handful of stock apps. The App Store app allows you to choose from hundreds of thousands of apps to download on to your device.

Apps can be anything from productivity tools, to games, to periodicals. There is a wealth of apps available to download in the App Store, and while some may come at a price, many of them are free.

It’s good to become familiar with the App Store’s features, because this is the only place where you can download additional software on a stock iOS device. Check inside as we journey through a detailed explanation of the App Store.... Read the rest of this post here


"iOS 7: the ultimate App Store guide" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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As I am trying to write a catchy intro for this post, I can’t help but feel the pressure. I’m feeling the pressure mainly because I wrote a similar piece a couple of years ago when I first attended JailbreakCon. To date, this post is still one of my favorites I have published on iDB. Having set the bar pretty high, this sequel could prove to be like most sequels: uninspired and thrown out there to cash in on a previous success. This is a risk I am willing to take today.

Maybe more importantly, I am feeling the pressure because I don’t want to disappoint readers by writing the same story I wrote a couple years ago. I guess I’m feeling like a musician that is incapable of finding a different sound for his next album, you know, kinda like the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Sometimes it’s good to keep the same sound. Sometimes it gets repetitive and boring. Hopefully, this time will still feel as refreshingly honest as it did the first time, while still entertaining readers, which really is my ultimate goal.

Yes, my goal is not so much to tell you about all the great workshops and talks I attended at JailbreakCon this year. My goal is to share the other side of the story. The side that no one not attending the event would be able to experience if it wasn’t for the words I’m typing on the keyboard right now. Let’s call it the behind the scene story of JailbreakCon.

So this is me, sharing my story of JailbreakCon 2014. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed living it…... Read the rest of this post here


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Whether you’ve got a game-crazy toddler running up your credit card bill buying coins and diamonds on your mobile device, or find yourself guilty of the same charges, fear not: your days of overspending and powerup-driven debt are over. Here’s how you can turn off in-app purchases in iOS 7 on your iPhone or iPad easily. Continue reading

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Apps of the week

The weekend is here again. It is time to talk about apps and games we are exited about that have recently become additions to our favorite mobile devices. With all of the new titles coming out in the App Store, it is a wonder any of us get any work done during the week.

Whether you are looking for a deeply engrossing game, something to help you get fit, or are looking forward to managing your virtual baseball team, we’ve got a list of apps and games to turn you into a vegetable this weekend…... Read the rest of this post here


"Apps of the week: Hitman Go, Union, iOOTP Baseball, and more…" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Beats Music updated its iPhone client late last night, bringing the app to version 1.0.7. The update brings about a number of improvements, including better Facebook and Twitter account management, a new Find Your Friends feature for locating and following your Facebook friends, and more.

Perhaps the biggest change, though, is that the app now supports in-app subscriptions. This means that users now have the ability to bill their monthly subscription fee directly to their iTunes account. There’s also a new Offline listening mode and thousands of new tracks available for The Sentence…... Read the rest of this post here


"Beats Music app updated with new Offline mode, in-app subscriptions and more" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Following updates to both its main and Paper iOS apps yesterday, Facebook pushed out a new version of Messenger last night. The update, which brings the app to version 4.2, brings about just a few—though fairly significant—changes: Groups and Forwarding.

With the new Groups feature, users can now create groups for the people they message the most. You can name your groups, setup a group image and more. And as for Forwarding, it allows you to quickly send a message or photo to someone not in conversation…... Read the rest of this post here


"Facebook Messenger updated with new Groups and Forwarding features" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Nick Statt, reporting for CNET:

Nike is gearing up to shutter its wearable-hardware efforts, and the sportswear company this week fired the majority of the team responsible for the development of its FuelBand fitness tracker, a person familiar with the matter told CNET.

As early as this fall, Nike planned on releasing another iteration of the FuelBand — an even slimmer version — but cancelled the project, and it appears to have shelved all future physical product projects under the Digital Sport helm, the person familiar with the matter added.

One might argue it never really made sense for a shoe maker to build hardware. Still, it’s an interesting move, at an interesting time, especially when you know Tim Cook is on Nike’s board.


"Nike gives up on the FuelBand, making more room for the iWatch" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Photo By Trigly

Pixite, the creator of Tangent, LoryStripes, and Fragment, two of which made it to our top-ten best photography apps of 2013 list, has been working hard for the past year to bring some pretty interesting photo effects apps to iOS.

Union is the latest release from the app maker. It is an image blending program that lets you mask, edit, and merge multiple images into one. Plus, you can import photos from Tangent and Fragment with the original image and shapes on separate layers to create interesting effects…... Read the rest of this post here


"Union lets you stack, blend, and superimpose images together for great effects" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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Apple is offering select developers a chance to buy WWDC tickets that remain unclaimed after the first round of attendees were chosen, according to 9to5mac. Developers who were offered second chance tickets were given 24 hours to purchase them at $1599 each. Continue reading

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