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Apple "inspired by" Windows Phone UI for iOS overhaul?
This slick app radically re-imagines how we should deal with our emails.
Designed by neuroscientists, Lumosity is a quick, fun way to improve your memory and attention. It also happens to be the nicest-looking iOS app we’ve seen in a long, long time.
It's only 9 days until the Opening Ceremony - so we've compiled a list of essential apps for the 2012 Games. Whether you're a local Londoner or a visitor to the Games, there's something on our list for everyone.
This announcement from Facebook should be no surprise to anybody who has been paying attention to their exponential growth in mobile usage over the last 12 months. During the recent IPO documentation, Facebook publically admitted that the growth ...
Mobile by Dan Osburn
Social and mobile are increasingly entwined. It should come as no surprise that some of our favourite social services also have great mobile apps on offer. Here are four of our favourite social media apps right now: Klout for iPhone The standard social media metric now has it’s own iPhone app. Devoted Klou ...
People by Dan Osburn
On Monday, Facebook purchased Instagram for a staggering $1 billion – prompting some extreme reactions from pundits and users alike.
by Dan Osburn
Engine agencies Jam and Synergy have launched rugby’s first-ever interactive companion app, the RBS 6 Nations Live Challenge. The app breaks new ground for rugby fans, using dual screen interaction to revolutionise and enhance the live match experience for fans watching at home. The app is designed to be played while fa ...
Jam’s Head of Mobile Dan Beasley shares his thoughts on the iPhone 4S.
Tweetbot rivals Twitter for iPhone. I took Tapbot’s new Twitter application, Tweetbot, for a spin this week, and ...