Instagram Tops iOS App Store Charts

Instagram has been available on Apple’s iOS platform for quite a while, the company also recently launched an Android version which we heard yesterday had reached 5 million downloads.

We also heard yesterday that Facebook had agreed to purchase Instagram for a massive $1 billion, and it looks all the publicity has made Instagram even more popular as it has now topped the iOS app store charts.

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iTunes 11 With Improved iCloud And iOS 6 In The Works

According to the guys over at 9 to 5 Mac, Apple are working on a new version of iTunes, iTunes 11, which will come with support for iOS 6 and also improved iCloud integration.

iTunes 11 is reported to feature much improved iCloud integration with a centralized place for users to control all iCloud features within iTunes, which will include iTunes Match, iTunes in the Cloud, iCloud iOS devices backup and more.

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Dream:On iOS App Hopes To Influence Your Dreams (video)

A new iOS application called Dream:On has been created to help carry out a mass participation experiment to gather data about our dreaming, which at the moment is something we still know very little about. The iOS Dream:On application has been created by Professor Richard Wiseman and has been designed to try and help you control what you dream while asleep.

To start using the Dream:On application just load it noto for iPhone or iOS device and leave it on the corner of the bed before going to sleep. Dream:ON will then start to monitoring your sleep patterns.

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Apple’s New iPad Makes Up 10 Percent Of All iPad Traffic

Apple’s new iPad has only been on sale for about three weeks, the company announced that they had sold three million of the new iPad in under four days on the launch weekend.

According to a recent report by Chitika, Apple’s new iPad now makes up 10 percent of all iPad traffic, which is pretty impressive considering that the device has only been on sale for just over three weeks.

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Nike Releases NikeFuel API Beta To Developers

Nike has today made available its new NikeFuel API in beta form to developers. NikeFuel has been designed by Nike to provide users with a way to track their activity during the day, and has been created to provide a health band which can link to iOS to start and hopefully Android applications in the future.

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iPad Notebook Case Gives Your Tablet A MacBook Pro Look

We have featured a number of different cases for the iPad here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is designed to give your iPad the look of a mini MacBook Pro, and it even comes with a built in Lithium Polymer battery that can charge your iPad.

This fun looking iPad case also comes with a USB port, a mini USB port, and a built in Bluetooth keyboard, as you can see from the photos it takes its design inspiration from Apple’s MacBook Pro.

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Apple Adds Universal Studios Movies to iTunes Cloud

Apple added the ability to re-download movies you had already purchased to multiple iOS devices a while back, although at the time of launch a couple of the movie studios offerings were not available through the service.

It would appear that Apple has now signed a deal with Universal Studios to allow iOS users to re-download previous purchased movies direct to their iOS devices.

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AT&T Will Now Unlock Your Out Of Contract iPhone

Here in the UK ever since the iPhone has been available, once your device is out of contract the mobile carriers are required to unlock your device if you ask them, although the process is less that straight forward.

Now US mobile carrier will unlock your iPhone on their network if your contract has finished, something which iPhone users on AT&T have been asking the company to do for a long time.

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LaCie eSATA Hub Thunderbolt Series Launched

LaCie has today unveiled a new addition to their storage range in the form of the LaCie eSATA Hub Thunderbolt Series. Which has been designed to connect eSATA hard drives to Thunderbolt-compatible Mac computers, enabling backwards compatibility.

Once connected the LaCie eSATA Hub Thunderbolt Series will also provide a increase in transfer speeds and enables you to daisy chain other Thunderbolt devices.

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