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[13 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 3,218 views]
Discovr Movies – Discover New Movies

Here is a movie discovery app with a very neat implementation

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[7 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 2,157 views]
Game Developers Unhappy With Apple?

CNN has a report that claims that many game developers are unhappy with Apple, for encouraging over supply thereby bringing the average income way down.
“With more than 350,000 apps available on Apple’s digital store, game creators are finding it tough to attract attention despite tens of millions of potential customers who own Apple gadgets, he said.
“They have over-encouraged supply,” Hawkins said on a panel at the conference. Using statistics that Apple has made public, Hawkins calculated that each app earns, on average, about $4,000.
“Four thousand per application: Do you …

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[2 Jul 2010 | No Comment | 1,662 views]

Dejaplay is a social video aggregator for the iPad. It scrapes your facebook and twitter accounts and displays all the videos it encounters for easy viewing.

Its a free app available on the app store. As a tool for video discovery, this is handy, and the fact that you can just sit back and enjoy all videos that your friends have shared makes it all the more compelling.
More here.

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[27 Jun 2010 | No Comment | 83,901 views]
iPad: In-Flight Entertainment Device

“Despite criticism of the iPad (the odd choice of name, lack of functionality, awkward size) anyone who has held one in their hands can attest to its all-around awesomeness. Whether it’s because it makes us feel like the future is now, or that we’re on the top of the technological food chain, there’s just something special about the iPad. And it wasn’t long before the travel industry realized its potential.
According to a recent press release from Jetstar, Qantas Airline’s low-budget counterpart, the airline is already looking to make the iPad available …

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[14 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 1,720 views]

Can you name the one app thats on every second iPad out there? ABC’s TV watching app. ABC is the only television network so far to offer an application for watching its shows free—with ads—on Apple Inc.’s new iPad tablet computer, and it says its business model is proving fruitful.
The network said that in the 10 days since the iPad’s debut, its TV-show watching app has been downloaded 205,000 times, giving the Walt Disney Co. unit a presence on nearly half the 450,000 devices that Apple says it has sold. …

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[12 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 2,257 views]

Civilization Revolution, Fieldrunners HD, Flight Control HD .. Have a look at the top 10 games here

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[5 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 1,595 views]

Link: MotionX-Zen HD
Fullpower Technologies, the global leader for mobile sensing solutions, announces MotionX-Zen HD for the iPad. This high definition application is a showcase for the MotionX-PhysicsEngine HD.

MotionX-Zen HD is a collection of 12 games for the iPad that use the new generation MotionX-PhysicsEngine for an unprecedented graphical experience. MotionX-Zen HD puts the Oracle of Delphi, Michel de Nostradamus, an eighteenth century Tarot card reader, and a Japanese fortune teller all in the iPad to help users make simple decisions in a fun, interactive, tongue-in-cheek way. It is visually stunning …

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[18 Feb 2010 | No Comment | 4,864 views]

Did you know that 47% of most popular apps on the iPhone are games? mPlayit has done a very useful data collection task from some 50000 plus facebook users. The survey results also include a top 3 listing of games by category: Arcade, Casual, Card/Board and Puzzle.
Check out the chart here. And yes, Live Poker by Zynga is of course there in the top 3 under Card/Board games. Maybe because the survey was done on facebook users? If the games we have been hearing about are any indication, the iPad might …

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[10 Feb 2010 | No Comment | 1,320 views]

Generally speaking, there is an ocean of difference between a casual gaming platform and a serious gaming platform. But it is also true that in most cases, when attention moves from “outside the ring” into the inside, attention starts off as casual. That might hold the key for the success of the iPad as a gaming platform. It suits the bill, for a casual gaming platform, easily. You know, it can do browsing as well. You know you can read ebooks on it. And yes, you can play games. Sort …

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[3 Feb 2010 | No Comment | 1,165 views]

1. The form-factor: Big screen, A4 processor and a faster accelerometer. Suddenly, a gaming console can be carried with you for picnics, parties etc.
2. (Hopefully) huge base of gamers – we definitely hope the iPad will sell a lot
3. The interoperability with the iPhone App ecosystem – the fact that iPhone games/apps will also work on the iPad throws up immense possibilities, like a multi-player game with iPad being the master node and iPhones being slave nodes.