Mailbox for iPhone was released a few days back, and a few weeks before, people could sign up for their copy(which is what I did). if you didn’t sign up, you’re in luck as you can join the end of the queue and get a copy.
That is where the fun ends as you’re queueing for the product. You may be thinking “Rob, queueing isn’t that bad!” but it is, you’re in a queue with hundreds of thousands of people, probably very soon Millions. With their servers letting only a couple of people through every few seconds, you’ll be waiting a while. Continue reading→
CRS Racing is not a new game, however it is still very popular and always updated in the AppStore, the developers listen to their feedback and implement different features often. I decided to review this app mainly because it’s free in the AppStore now, so many apps like this will cost you around £3.00 $4.50 and we think at MriOSDevices that after spending a fortune on your beautiful iOS devices, it is sometimes hard to pay our more for iOS games.
This game is a drag race style kind of game with Nitrous Oxide and street racing that remind me of Fast & Furious, you can upgrade your cars and have garages full of beautiful machines.
My favourite parts of the app are the smaller things, customised number plates “MriOS” in particular, the opportunity to show off your cars on Twitter and the integration of social media.
Check out this application today, you will not be disappointed! LINK
Looks like Mobile Safari has finally met its match, and if you don’t believe that, just take a look at the number 1 app in the Free section of the iOS App Store. In less than a week, the intuitive Chrome web browser for iPhone and iPad has managed to become the favorite iOS app of many users. Continue reading→
What fun would a powerful smartphone be without having the ability to share information with the world through one of the popular social media networks? With Apple’s last major release of iOS, we saw the inclusion of native sharing of info to the Twitter network and it looks likely that more services will be added in future releases of iOS, but until that time comes, some additional installations through Cydia should suffice.
The InstaSocial tweak comes from the developer of InstaTwitter and InstaFacebook, two individual widgets for Notification Center that exist as single entities and allow information to be posted to the social networks. The purpose of InstaSocial seems to go a few steps further and offers users a premium social sharing experience directly from Notification Center.
After installation, InstaSocial is activated like all Notification Center-based widgets. Switching the Notification Center toggle to ‘On’ will place the widget directly within Notification Center. As is always the case with these type of widgets, it is also compatible with the Dashboard X package, meaning that all of the functionality can also be accessed from the home screen.
InstaSocial pretty much does as the name suggests by giving instant social sharing options to the device through the integration of social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+. A native looking alert pop up provides users with the ability to choose the network of their choice, and also gives them the ability to upload media through the Camera Roll or directly from the native Camera app itself, and to top it off, you can add a custom caption to the image being uploaded using the iOS keyboard or by using voice dictation.
There can be no denying that InstaSocial provides a decent way to.
The Amazing Spiderman is the next instalment to hit our screen’s in the franchise, moving away from the old cast, this new film looks at the mistakes Peter Parker makes… Along with the film, a new application has hit the AppStore.
I downloaded this App a couple of days ago, coming in at a whopping 1 GB file download you are sure to have a well made, fun app to keep you busy on your iDevice. It’s available for the iPhone, iPod & iPad and you will not be disappointed! Continue reading→
Back in the day, Apps in the AppStore were made with quality time and love, today we see literally 1,000′s of apps a day pushed on to the store with little care for what they actually achieve. Continue reading→