Apple’s announcement of iOS8 brings a host of improvements for game developers all around. Will it be enough for iPhones and iPads to fight back the competition from Android? Read on and find out:
Following pressure from consumers, Apple has replaced the wording on the free to play titles on their App Store. Instead of getting free games, the … Read moreApple’s App Store No Longer Has ‘Free’ Games – Just Get Games
Competition is heating up between the mobile players. Apple, Google, and Amazon alike are now fighting over time exclusivity and other deals for the big smartphone games
Apple seems to have acted rapidly to the ongoing debate about free-to-play games. They have shared new details on adding parental controls to block in app purchases, as well as a new refunds policy.
The Collectables, a free to play card and strategy game from Crytek, is available now for iOS devices, iPhone, iPod and iPad. Description Command a crew of renegade soldiers and lead them into explosive combat with strategic precision in The Collectables. You’ll wage war in a 3D environments and seek to overthrow a ruthless army known only as “The Enemy”.
Atari has announced RollerCoaster Tycoon 4, and it is mobile only for now. RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile will be coming out soon on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Atari has said. It’s developed by App Store specialist On5.
Apple’s earnings report for Q1 is out, and although revenue and net profit is up, iPhone sales were lower than expectations. The 51 million units … Read moreApple Q1 Earnings Disappoint, Stocks Fall 8% After Hours
In response to a new round of complaints about in-app purchases, FTC has stated that Apple has set aside $ 32.5 million to cover any … Read moreApple Covering FTC IAP Complaints With $ 32.5 Million Fund
Nintendo are being well and truly beaten by the likes of Apple and Android in the handheld market. That’s the view of Ngmoco CEO Neil … Read moreNintendo’s handheld division “will fall apart”
Many have complained that touch screen controls lack the precision required to enjoy games such as FPS’s when gaming on smart phones and tablets, and that complaint appears to be in the process of being addressed with a new patent from Apple having surgfaced recently.
The patent was filed in march and published three days ago on July 26th. The controller appears to be planned for use with practically every Apple device as the patent lists inputs between iPhones, iPods and Apple TVs. Since the controller is wireless the controller will connect to the various devices via RFID (Radio-frequency identification), it’s plausible that the device will also connect to the iPad.
A Russian hacker has figured out a way to get in-app purchases on iPhone and iPad for free, and it doesn’t involve jailbreaking your device. … Read moreRussian hacker lets you get Apple in-app purchases for free, thanks CSR Racing
The My Xbox Live app for iOS devices has been updated to allow you to connect to your Xbox 360. New functionality in the update lets … Read moreiOS app update let you control your Xbox 360 with your iPhone/iPad