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Hungry Fan™ Launches in the iTunes App Store

Hungry Fan™, an app that helps sports fans and stadium goers to find, discover and explore menus and locations for all food sold at stadiums and arenas in the US, has officially launched in Apple the App Store. Gone are the days of only being able to find hot dogs, hamburgers, and chicken fingers at… Read More »

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Amazon woos mobile developers with free analytics and testing tools

Mobile developers will be able to track usage of their Android and iOS applications, as well as experiment with interface improvements, with two free services from Amazon. The analytics and testing services are part of the new Insights SDK that developers can download a beta version of from Amazon’s website. It allows them to track… Read More »

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Skype to end all third-party app activity in December

After seven years of availability, Skype has announced it will end its desktop API in December, 2013. Past third party applications to be affected will include all recording, broadcasting, and other kinds of apps, but it also includes third-party hardware such as headphones with on-board call controls. Skype is offering no exceptions to the rule,… Read More »

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How Nokia Flexes Microsoft’s Muscle to Lure Reluctant App Developers

When Instagram announced last week that its app would be available for Windows Phones, it plugged the most gaping hole in Microsoft’s mobile platform. Considering the company is acquiring Nokia’s devices business, which has made a point of packing ridiculously good cameras into smartphones, not having the world’s most prominent photography app was just embarrassing…. Read More »

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App spotlight:Postcard Plus

We had a chance to talk to Christian Aberger, developer of creative app Postcard Plus. Take a look at the Q&A session. Give us a brief background about yourself (education, employment etc) I have a Master of Physics, Software Development. I am the owner and Senior Developer of a Software Company with 16 employees. Do you… Read More »

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6 Top Apps Every Dance Teacher Should Have

Dancing is one of the most popular forms of entertainment throughout the world. From traditional dances to new age forms of dancing, there have always been masters of the art who serve as tutors or instructors for those interested to learn. As a dance teacher, you want to use every resource available to you to… Read More »

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Best news aggregators for iOS

News sources such as NY Times and CNN keep users updated with the latest news across the world. However, people today prefer to get their news from multiple news sources on their devices, be it an iPad, iPhone or even their Android phones. To get exciting, interesting and latest news at the fingertips, all the… Read More »

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Adobe hacked, 2.9 million users’ information stolen

On Thursday, Multinational software giant Adobe confirmed that information related to 2.9 million of its customers was stolen from it during a “sophisticated” hack. Details of the attacks were posted on the company’s blog by chief security officer Brad Arkin. “Our investigation currently indicates that the attackers accessed Adobe customer IDs and encrypted passwords on… Read More »

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