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iPhone owners can now access Facebook Timeline

December 19, 2011


Facebook’s new Timeline features is now available for iPhone owners. When the desktop version was released late last week, the social media network only had the mobile app available for Androids. Facebook users must first enable Timeline on their desktop version beforehand. Then an update of the mobile app will allow iPhone users to see […]

Google Currents debuts as more than a social news reader

December 9, 2011


It’s been a long time in coming, but Google Currents has arrived. According to an article by Epicenter, Google Currents has been in development for most of the year under the alleged name “Propeller.” Google claims to have 150 partners within the newspaper and magazine industry for its tablet and smart phone focused reader app. […]

TuneTug lets your party guests choose the music from Spotify or iTunes

December 7, 2011


You’re having a party and plan to use your iTunes library and/or Spotify Premium account playlists for the background music. However, you don’t know what to play. Well, it seems your solution might be found with a new app called TuneTug. According to the article, TuneTug allows hosts to pick up to 600 potential […]

Apple’s new subscription app is more publisher friendly

February 15, 2011


After weeks of criticism about Apple’s stance on subscription standards on its products, today the company unveiled a subscription service in its apps store that critics believe will relieve some of the pain. Through the app, publishers will be able to set payment standards and subscription term lengths. According to the article: “Our philosophy is […]

Vatican bans iPhone confession app

February 9, 2011


An iPhone app that allows users to confess their sins has been given an official imprimatur — basically a seal of approval — from a Catholic bishop. The Christian Science Monitor story spins the idea that the app is meant to “prepare penitents for their time in the booth.” However, the Vatican has banned the […]