Infinity Blade Series Concludes In Next Weeks Update (video)

Infinity Blade

Chair Games has announced that next week on September 4th they will be releasing a new update to the popular Infinity Blade III mobile game which will bring with it the final conclusion to the series and the story.

As well as announcing the concluding update in the form of the ‘Kingdom Come’ update for the touchscreen Infinity Blade III game. The games developers Chair Games have also released a new Infinity Blade Tribute trailer which is sprinkled with content from the new update check it out after the jump.

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Google Slides iOS App Arrives In the iTunes App Store

Google Slides iOS

Google has this week extended the range of applications available on Apple’s iOS devices and mobile operating system with the launch of their new Google Slides iOS application.

The Google Slides iOS app joins the already released Google Docs and Google Sheets office productivity products and completes the set of Google office suite apps to compete fully with the offerings of Microsoft’s Office and Apple iWorks applications.

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Assassins Creed Memories Card Combat Game Launches On iOS (video)

Assassins Creed Memories

Assassin’s Creed fans that own iOS devices are sure to enjoy the new Assassin’s Creed Memories free-to-play digital card combat game launched by Ubisoft this week.

The Assassin’s Creed Memories iOS game is 77.5MB in size and supports both single player games as well as 20 vs 20 guild battles via online multiplayer gameplay. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Assassins Creed Memories gameplay and see it in action in a 50 minute gameplay trailer.

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Dragon Quest 4 Launches On iOS And Android (video)

Dragon Quest 4

Mobile gamers might be interested to learn that from today the Dragon Quest 4 is available to play on both iOS and Android devices and is available to purchase for £10.49/ €13.99 and is supported by Apple iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices.

The Dragon Quest 4 was first released in Japan back in 1990 for the NES and has been rolled out to PlayStation, Nintendo DS and now Android and iOS devices.

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Yahoo Mail App for iOS Updated With Improved Search and Enhancements

Yahoo Mail

Recently, Yahoo has pushed an update for its Mail app for iOS devices, which brings some decent features and performance enhancements for the app.

The latest update offers users with a new look with an aim to provide users with real-time information. Along with the usual performance improvements and bug fixes, the update brings feature updates for devices running on the latest iOS 7 OS.

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Indiegogo Launches New iPhone App (video)


Crowd funding website Indiegogo has this week announced the launch of a new iPhone application to help campaigners and contributors keep track of projects on the site.

Features in the new Indiegogo iPhone app include the ability to receive custom recommendations, by simply selecting the categories you’re most interested in as well as easy campaign tracking. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Indiegogo iPhone app and see it in action.

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Android App Downloads Surpass iOS, Revenue Still Falls Short

Google Nexus 5

Android has a larger market share compared to iOS, but the case may be a little different when it comes to revenue generated from the app store.

According to a new report, Android surpasses iOS when it comes to app downloads, but that’s not the case when it comes to revenue generated from the sales of the apps. iOS developers still made more money than Android developers.

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Google Maps for iOS Updated, Shows Gmail Appointments On The Map and More

Google Maps

Google Maps is one of my favorite navigation apps on iOS at the moment, not to forget that Apple Maps have proved to be disastrous at least for me.

Recently, Google Maps for iOS was recently updated, bumping it to version 3.2. The latest update brings a handful of enhancements for the app, improving the overall user experience, and providing users with more options on the go.

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Modern Combat 5 Blackout Games Launches July 24th On Android And iOS (video)


After being showcased at the recent E3 games conference last month Gameloft has this week officially announced that their new Modern Combat 5 Blackout game will be officially launching on July 24th 2014.

The new Modern Combat 5 Blackout game will be available on both Android and iOS devices and will be priced at $6.99 with no in-app purchases which is good to hear.

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Audibly App Transforms Multiple Smartphones Into A Surround Sound System (video)


If you enjoy listening to music with your friends and sometimes wish you had more than one speaker to amplify and spread your music further afield.

You might be interested in a new iOS application called Audibly, which has been created to transform multiple smartphones into a surround sound music system. Check out the video after the jump to learn more about this innovative new iOS audio application.

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Skype for iPhone Gets A Big Update With Faster Performance And Improve Notifications

Skype for iphone

Recently, the folks at Skype announced a new update for Skype for iPhone, version 5, which brings a handful of features and improvements, and shares a similar look as its Android and Windows Phone counterparts.

The new app is said to be five times faster than the old version, and offers users with improved notifications, especially for those who use the app on multiple devices. Now, you notifications will be synced and will be marked as read if you’ve seen them on any other platform, be it your PC or a tablet.

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