Yahoo Live Web Insights: Track your small business on-the-go on iPhone

Yahoo Small Business has announced the launch of its Live Web Insights app for iPhones, allowing small business owners to keep track of their online businesses and interact with customers in real time, without being in front of a computer. The app allows business owners to track customer activity on the web, including measuring how many customers are likely to make a purchase.


Browse and shop for fashion in Stylekick on iPhone


Stylekick has announced the launch of its updated fashion platform on iPhone. Since launching last fall, the Stylekick app has been updated with thousands of new looks, a redesigned user interface, app performance improvements, and support for sharing items on social networks. In this new version, iPhone users can like and share their favorite clothing items and accessories, as well as receive recommendations based on their tastes.


Gusto secures $1.3 million in financing for growth of mobile email app


Mobile email, productivity and organization company Gusto has announced it has secured $1.3 million in financing, in a round led by Elevate Ventures, for the expansion of its Gusto email client app on iPhone. The Gusto app automatically sorts emails, attachments and photos, giving users a better way to browse the emails they’re most interested in, rather than leaving everything in a single, sometimes giant list.


5 Technologies That Wouldn’t Exist without the iPhone

Image via Apple

Image via Apple

Seven years is a long time in computing. It’s especially a long time in the world of mobile computing. And while the iPhone’s predecessors brought numerous innovations to the nerd masses right up to 2007, the arrival of the iPhone put mobile technology in the hands of millions of non-geeks and immediately accelerated the pace of development for an entire industry.

Yes, the arrival of the iPhone was an astounding event seven years ago, but we forget that not all of that technology arrived at once. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane and see what we now take for granted:

1. GPS navigation


City-building game Towncraft announced for iPhone


Australian game developer Flat Earth Games has announced the upcoming launch of its Towncraft building game on iPhone and Mac devices. The game was originally released on iPad in September 2013, but this existing version will be updated to match the new version of the game coming to iPhone and Mac. Included in this update are 44 new quests, 30 new resources, new building types, new structures and more.


Get Set Games preps Mega Jump 2 for launch on iOS


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.


Louvre HD brings museum artwork to iOS


Ever wanted to visit the Louvre, but couldn’t afford the trip? Evolution Games is here to help with Louvre HD for iOS, an app that opens up the famed museum virtually, enabling art lovers to check out over 2,300 painting by more than 800 masters. (more…)

Apple: App Store sales cross $10 billion in 2013

Photo via Flickr / Cristiano Betta

Photo via Flickr / Cristiano Betta

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.


Search through Instagram’s archives with Pic A Moment on iPhone


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.


Steal from friends and strangers in PKPKT on iPhone


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.


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