"APPS" content on TweakTown - Page 2
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Bang With Friends glitch includes link that will tell you which friends are looking for a bang
Want to know which of your friends uses Bang With Friends? There's a glitch to help you with that.
Chrome for Business adds some new features, includes legacy browser support and more
Google update Chrome for Business browser, add legacy browser support and cloud-based management for Google Apps.
Windows Blue build 9364 leaks out, multiple Live Tile sizes, same-width side-by-side apps on offer
Leaked build of Windows Blue shows off multiple Live Tile sizes and same-width side-by-side apps.
Five-year-old kid racks up $2500 bill on iPad apps
Five-year-old kid asks parents for iPad password, downloads $2500 worth of games.
BlackBerry 10 already has over 70,000 apps in the BlackBerry World app store
BlackBerry 10 launches with over 70,000 apps - includes almost every major app out there.
Google smashes the mobile app market with 5 of the top 6 apps in the US
Google controls the mobile app market with 5 of the top 6 apps in the US.
Google experienced a bit of downtime for its Gmail, Drive, and API services
Google services experience downtime today, Gmail, Drive, and Apps control panel affected at differen.
Google Play updated to allow private apps within the Play Store
Google Play's new 'Private Channel' will allow internal apps for your business.
RumorTT: Apple wants to ditch Intel chips in favor of in-house designs
Rumor: Apple looking to produce their own CPUs for Macs so its easier to unify user experience.
RetinaMacApps.com launches, tells you which apps work on the Retina MacBook Pro
Retina-powered MacBook Pro gets new website, RetinaMacApps.com, tells you which Mac apps are Retina-
Security firm BT says that one-third of all Android apps have malware
Security firm BT says that one-third of all Android apps include malware.
Apple's OS X Mountain Lion drops support for some older 64-bit Macs
Some older 64-bit Macs have just had their support dropped from Apple's OS X Mountain Lion.
Google now offering support to developers during office hours with "Developers Live"
Google to offer live support to developers during office hours through new program.
Facebook unveil App Center for iOS, Android
Facebook announce App Center, a portal designed for app discovery on the social networking platform.
Huge drop in US iPhone app downloads, over 30% in March alone
US iPhone app downloads drop 30% in March.
Microsoft veteran says that ALL Windows Phone 7 devices would get an upgrade to 8
Windows Phone 7 devices could all get upgraded to Windows Phone 8/Apollo.
Sony SmartWatch - a $149 watch that acts as a secondary display for your Android-based device
Sony releases their $149 SmartWatch in the US.
Apple's Newsstand makes $70k per day
Apple's Newsstand is making $70k each and every day.
Apple's App Store Downloads Top 25 Billion
Nintendo: "we will launch the Wii U in Japan, the U.S., Europe and Australia in time for the year-end sales season"
Nintendo to launch Wii U in time for "year-end sales season"
Google's Android App Inventor gets open sourced, code has been released
Android App Inventor's code released, have at it, coders.
Facebook intro Apps for Timeline
Facebook introduce Apps for Timeline, Foodspotting, Foodily, Ticketmaster and more.
Nintendo to launch full-blown app store for Wii U
Nintendo to have a proper App Store with the Wii U, what should we expect?
Microsoft's Windows Store will offer "a bigger bite of the apple"
Microsoft talk up their Windows Store in Windows 8.
Android Market sees 500k success submissions
Android Market sees 500k successful submissions, but has removed 37% of published apps.
Microsoft unveils changes to Windows 8 UI, has listened to disgruntled users
Windows 8 UI has undergone changes
Apple's App Store sees downloads pass 15 billion
Apple's App Store has had 15 billion downloads.
Google I/O Day 2 Keynote wrap-up Part 6: Samsung & Acer Chromebooks Ship June 15
Chromebooks June 15. Bam.
Google I/O Day 2 Keynote wrap-up Part 5: Chrome OS
Chrome OS, on and off the web, is very useful.
Google I/O Day 2 Keynote wrap-up Part 4: Three Dreams Of Black HTML5 With Dangermouse
Trippy WebGL experiment shown off during Keynote.
Google I/O Day 2 Keynote wrap-up Part 3: ANGRY BIRDS FOR CHROME
Angry Birds hits Chrome, web, with exclusive Chrome levels. Free right now!
Google I/O Day 2 Keynote wrap-up Part 2: Chrome In-App Payments
In app payments for a flat rate of 5%, one line of code.
Google I/O Day 2 Keynote wrap-up Part I: Chrome Just Keeps Getting Better
Chrome has only gotten better in the last three years.
Google I/O: Springpad, Golf Tour, New York Times Talk Why Chrome Web Store Works
Web apps saw 147% more revenue, 30x usage, awesomeness.
"Color" Commentary: $41 Million, Angry Reviews
Color's $41m success vs. UI/UX makes the Internet angry- trust me, you wouldn't like the Internet wh.
Amazon.com lets you play with Android virtual machine - try apps before you buy
Amazon.com features Test Drive, lets you try apps for Android devices before you buy.
Android Market finally hits the web
No more mobile device requirement for shopping.
DoubleTwist update includes wireless syncing; takes a jab at Winamp in the process
The fight to be "the iTunes of Android" is on.
Angry Birds coming to all three major consoles in 2011
Angry Birds 2 also in the works.
The Facebook phone - is it finally coming out?
Is a Facebook phone release imminent?
Android market now has over 100k apps - still sparring with Apple
Google's Android Market hits 100k apps - still only a third of the way to Apple's 300k.
Intel AppUp First Impressions - apps for your netbook
We go hands-on with AppUp and provide some early impressions.
Intel AppUp netbook app store out of beta and ready to roll
Someone else fighting for your app dollars.
Wikitude Drive for Android beta released
GPS with an actual view of the road.
LogMeIn Ignition for Android now in Beta
Access your computer from your Android based phone.