Because we have told you the story of that child in the UK who has spent not less than 1,700 pounds per in-app purchases after his father initially enter the password in the App Store for free download of the Ninjas vs. Zombies game, after Apple returned parents that amount of money, we thought to present you a small tutorial that show you how you can disable content that purchasing these items, I’m sure most of you do not use or did not use them ever.
So if you have a child who used to play with your iPhone, to avoid an unpleasant situation like the one above, we invite you to find out how you can disable in-app purchases from the App Store. [click to continue…]
IDC released smartphones deliveries figures from the first quarter of this year, they gave the domination to Android platform, but also the iOS leap on the second position of the stack.
In the first three months of this year, Android phone manufacturers shipped 162.1 million pieces, an increase of nearly 80 percent over the same period last year, when they were delivered to 90 million pieces. These figures place first among Android smartphone software platforms, with a market share of 75 percent landslide. A year ago, Android was only 59.1 percent of sales. [click to continue…]
During this evening Apple released iTunes 11.0.3, a new version of which iTunes Store can be accessed and through it you can manage multimedia content. The new version brings a new MiniPlayer application for listening to favorite songs, it displays the album artwork and the running tracks progress. Apple also improves the menus in which we see the available tracks from iTunes and implemented support for multi-disc albums.
The new version of iTunes can be downloaded via the OS X and Windows Software Update, or from the Company website. [click to continue…]
Last evening Google held Google I/O, a 3:00 conference that Google has presented numerous updates to its services, and a new product. Markets reacted positively to Google news, the company’s shares for the first time exceeded $900 and the value of market capitalization passed 300 billion. Google stunned in a pleasant enough news for many people with Google Maps, Google Now, with the launch of Hangouts application, implementing new service for developers, etc, and has raised the bar for WWDC 2013 which will start on June 10.
Google has strategically placed I/O’s with only a month before WWDC and sent the ball into the court now to Apple to be doing an event at least as spectacular. [click to continue…]
The wait is over for all iOS users’ enthusiasts who have patiently waited for the release of a jailbreak able to pass all the security features of iOS 6.1 on the new iPhone and iPad devices equipped with A5 processor. At this point it is possible to apply the jailbreak iOS 6.1 on Windows, MacOS or Linux. It takes a few minutes and it should be an operation that runs smoothly.
Evad3rs team kept their word and released a jailbreak function (the day after being announced because of a break due to further testing) and can be downloaded from www.evasi0n.com [click to continue…]
Yesterday Facebook updated its application for the iOS platform, the new version bringing more options image viewer software module and enhancements for Events and Places for the iPhone version.
The most useful new options changes are occurring when viewing an image. In addition to these options already for comment or Like tagging, Facebook 6.1 offers the possibility of saving or sharing the image and if it is your own images you can also set them as user profile image. [click to continue…]