AlphaDigits releases the list of top rated mobile apps every month based on the reviews published in the website during the particular month. Now, it has listed five top rated mobile apps for the month of October. Fame Face, a really fun app that kept users stuck on their phone for hours. MotorMouth, its potential will surely explode as other apps tap into its feeds. DialMyCalls, to make texting or sending of text messages easier and faster. Also, The Fat Penguin and Pinxter.
Firefox Beta for Android has received yet another update. This latest update has recently landed in the Play Store and it brings an updated startup screen. This is being called “Home” and it is described as being a place where users can get “quick and easy access to their browsing data.” That data will include everything from the top sites to history, bookmarks and your Reading List
2K Games is having a sale on some of their iOS games. The sale is running until tomorrow, and includes a number of popular 2K titles.
Amazon has announced Kindle First today.
Without revealing much in the way of specifics, Sony did hit up Twitter with mention of both Android 4.4 Kit Kat and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean earlier this morning.
A weekly look at new, exciting, and cool apps to try Howdy CrackBerry Nation! Not only is it the first day of a brand new month but also time once again for the weekly App Roundup. Now I spent my time wisely this week rustling up some new, cool, and helpful applications for all you BlackBerry addicts to try. Be sure to check them out and remember you can help by offering your suggestions at the end
The iPad Air is slimmed down quite a bit from it's predecessor, the iPad 4, but just how much?
As is customary with any new Apple release, the guys over at iFixit have got their hands on an iPad Air and proceeded to do what they do best; take it apart. It's as cool as ever to see what's inside, but the downer is that the Air scores pretty low on the repairability front. iFixit has given the iPad Air a pretty lowly 2/10.
One of the big social applications that is still missing from BlackBerry 10 is Path. That is all set to change next year as the companies CEO Dave Morin has stated on record that a BlackBerry app will be available in 2014. Read More