BrilliSoft has announced the release of its photo sharing app Pkshr on iPhone. Like Instagram, the app allows users to take photos and share them with friends and strangers on the platform, but Pkshr focuses heavily on the locations these photos were taken, and on the ability to instantly download other users’ photos for later viewing.
Having extra juice for your iPhone doesn’t have to look or feel bulky with this portable battery and charger from this Kickstarter project, Cabin: it’s slim and minimal. You’ll love it if you love the design of the iPhone, but you’ll also be able to appreciate the simple magnetic connection similar to the Magsafe plugs found on other Mac devices.
After a successful launch on iPad earlier this year, Disruptor Beam has announced the launch of Game of Thrones Ascent on iPhone and Android devices. The game has also been updated, offering “more content than ever before,” as users jump into the world of Westeros, and work either with or against each other in a persistent world.
An iPhone robbery turned deadly when a girl died after sustaining injures trying to save her phone. The teenager, Rubi Rubio, was only 15. She was walking with her 7-year-old sister when a stranger approached the girls and asked for the time. He then took the phone away from Rubio by force. (more…)
Valdimir Putin is getting the same distinction as Steve Jobs, Muhammad Ali, and Leonardo da Vinci from Caviar, an Italian luxury brand that recently designed a special gold-plated iPhone in honor of the Russian president.
Since its release in last summer, JumpStart’s School of Dragons MMORPG has found fast success on a variety of platforms, including Facebook and web browsers, Android tablets and iPad devices. Now, iPhone users can jump into the virtual world, based on the How to Train Your Dragon franchise from DreamWorks Animation.
In addition, a variety of new content updates are now available for all players, expanding the fun gamers can have at home or on the go.
Last season’s anime film, Attack on Titan, is inspiring more than just moviegoers. A phone accessory company has taken the movie’s giant-killing sword and turned it into a realistic looking iPhone case. Of course it looks like a real weapon.
FuzeBox Software has announced a hefty update to its Fuze meeting app on iPhone. The updates bring new features and a new look and feel to the app, which allows users to conduct meetings with their coworkers, even when they’re not in the office.
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