Toronto-based mobile developer Get Set Games is set to release Mega Jump 2 on mobile devices. The sequel to the original Mega Jump will see players jumping and bouncing as high as they can into the sky, with Redford and his friends making a return from the first game. The original game has been downloaded more by more than 45 million gamers to date.
Apple has announced its sales figures for 2013, revealing that customers spent over $10 billion on the App Store last year. Over $1 billion of that came from December alone, as new customers received iOS devices during the holiday season.
A new iPhone app called Pic A Moment allows users to search and browse the archives of Instagram photos and videos, discovering “photographic stories” that took place days, weeks, or even months ago. Want to find pictures of that great hockey game you attended? Simply search for the correct date and location and browse photos taken in that moment in time.
A new iPhone app called PKPKT (read: pickpocket) turns the act of stealing from friends and strangers into a game, challenging players to steal as much virtual money as possible, before they’re stolen from. The game uses Bluetooth Low Energy to locate potential victims, and doesn’t require a data connection to continue playing.
While iOS photography buffs have dozens of solid options available for photo editing software, Vintage Noir’s Faded looks to become users’ one-stop-shop for all of their photo manipulation needs. Inspired by the look of film, Faded offers plenty of options for transforming each image from something bland to something amazing.
iPhone photography buffs have a new option for photo editing software, as Thirtyfive Inc. has released Fonta on iPhone. The app allows users to import and customize their photos with a selection of fonts, captions and transparent cliparts, and then share those images back out to Facebook, Instagram and more.
MacPaw’s music app Listen has been re-released on iPhone with iOS 7 support, bringing a new look to the gesture-based music player, as well as Airplay support. The app looks to help users enjoy the music on their iPhones without constantly looking at the app, but while still retaining full control over the music that’s playing.
Apple has revealed its top iPhone and iPad apps for 2013, with the results offering a look at the most popular (and highest grossing) apps across all categories, from games to social networking and photography. Game developer King sits atop the Top Free apps list for both iPhone and iPad with Candy Crush Saga, while Mojang’s Minecraft: Pocket Edition was the Top Paid app on both platforms.
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