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iOS Games 2014:

Following are the best iOS Games for your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. Please note that these games are playable on all iDevices unless indicated. These games were released within past month (July 2014).

1. Traps n’ Gemstones

(Metroidvania, from Donut Games. $2.99)

Buy from Apple

TRAPS N’ GEMSTONES is an adventurous game. Among various top notch gamers typically known as the Metroidvania genre. Donut Games, the developer behind this title is the one who made their names on Traffic Rush, Sunday Lawn, the “Rat On A” series and many others like.

iOS games 2014

Precious relics have suddenly started to disappear from a well-hid pyramid that has been guarded by Bedouins for generations, who claim to have a spotted unknown perpetrator. As a freelance archaeologist and expert on ancient explorations, you’ve been secretly called in to Egypt to help them solve the mystery. Arriving at the pyramid’s entrance empty handed, your journey starts off by searching some well known chambers for items and weapons to help you on your quest. But as you get deeper into the pyramid, you begin to realize that this mystery will require more than just a whip, a sharp mind and a good amount of explosives to travel.

2. Monster Hunter Freedom Unite

curved iphone 6 concept

Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 has finally become the only smartphone taking all the limelight from the tech world after the release of the long-awaited Samsung’s metal phone, the Galaxy Alpha. Today’s attention at the iOS 8 powered smartphone focuses on its resolution. While the iOS 8 SDK hints at a resolution of 828 x 1472, another analysis reveals that it would be 960 x 1704. However, the later could possibly indicate the resolution of the larger, 5.5-inch iPhone 6.iPhone 6 vs Galaxy Alpha


- iPhone 6 vs Samsung’s 4.7-inch Galaxy Alpha in Pictures

iPhone 6 resolution woes:

Buried within the latest Xcode 6 software development kit (SDK), the resolution of iPhone 6 is hinted as 828 x 1472 (414 x 736 under the point-value parsing of iOS SDK) which doesn’t really comply with the earlier rumors. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 was rumored to have a resolution of 960 x 1704 also getting another nod today in a different report. Published by 9to5mac, the former hint taken up from the iOS 8 SDK itself potentially states that the upcoming iPhone 6 will have a much sharper screen than the current models, also sporting increased real estate.

iOS 8 beta 4 features

Apple is set to release its latest mobile OS in the next couple weeks after the reported launch of iPhone 6 on September 9. Cupertino has just released the iOS 8 Beta 6 to its testing partners before publicly releasing the update to the registered developers. iOS 8 will be one of the major software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch as it features third-party keyboard support, improved Notification Center, better integration with OS X Yosemite and many other such major improvements and features.iOS 8 Beta 6 IPSW

This news of Apple having seeded out the iOS 8 Beta 6 to its testing partners comes through BGR which reports that unlike previous beta builds, Apple has exclusively released the latest to its testing partners as it may just be

os x yosemite

Today Apple has released OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 6 to registered developers. This update comes two weeks after the Preview 5 was sent out to the registered Mac developers. Apple also released OS X Yosemite public beta a few weeks back creating much interest in the latest OS offering. This ensured for the Cupertino to be extensively reported to for the bugs and issues creating a wider testing audience. os x yosemite preview 6

OS X Yosemite Preview 6:

OS X Yosemite was unveiled at the packed event of WWDC 2014 keynote. The latest OS brings new features improvements. However, the biggest highlight of the OS is its offering a minimalist, flatter look matching the iOS 7 helping Apple achieve a uniform and consistent look through out its product lineup. OS X Yosemite introduces a much improved Notification Center and improves Mail Drop, new iCloud Drive integration, better integration with iOS 8 through Continuity and much more.


Samsung’s foray into metal with its 4.7-inch Samsung Galaxy Alpha is being considered as one step in the right direction. Draped in a high quality metal frame, Galaxy Alpha is a sleek smartphone with high-end specs. As was rumored earlier, this is actually an attempt to compete against Apple’s products which highlight using premium metal and not plastics. Apple’s iPhone 6 is expected to feature the same 4.7-inch display bringing both the tech giants almost offering similar products to the consumers.Galaxy alpha vs iphone 6

On one hand, Cupertino has this year increased the display size, on the other, Korean has introduced some metal into its smartphone – both in attempts to please their consumers and increase some more share as they go by. This is actually a proud moment for all the consumers who have been pushing these two tech giants to introduce better quality and bigger screen real estate. While this post is in no way taking side of any of these brilliant products, it will actually show you iPhone 6 vs Galaxy Alpha in pictures so you could see both the competing products in one place.

iPhone 6 vs Galaxy Alpha:

Apple HDTV Rumors

Earlier it was reported that Apple has enough sapphire glass to be featured in both its iPhone 6 models and the smartwatch. However, later some rumors suggested that Cupertino manufacturer might not introduce sapphire in all of its latest products this year due to increased cost issue. Today, the Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple’s upcoming iWatch sapphire display is confirmed. Packing the smartwatch with the durable sapphire glass will help Apple make up for the delay in introducing a smartwatch. Sapphire display glass is much more resistant to scratches and wear and tear making it quite a dependable feature for a product that is worn everyday. iWatch Sapphire display

iWatch Sapphire display reports:


While there are quite a number of apps on the App Store claiming to help us create personalized, HTML email signatures for our mobile devices, here is one very easy, no-fuss method. No installing new apps or getting to know them too. With this method, you can add links your blogs, use italics or bold to highlight some of the text of your email signature and more. So what are we waiting for? Here is how to create beautiful, exclusive HTML email signatures for your iPhones and iPads.

Create HTML email signatures:

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If you are looking for a guide to help you change the default DNS server on your iOS devices, this post is here to help you. Changing default DNS server is almost a necessity that may arise every now and then especially if you are facing slow browsing on your connection. Using a different DNS server than what your ISP is using by default can sometimes improve your browsing experience. For this or any other reason that you may have, here is how to change DNS server on iPhone or iPad along with the suggested DNS severs that you can use for performance, speed, security, and reliability.

How to change DNS server on iPhone / iPad:

Here are the few quick steps to guide you to change DNS server on iPhone or your iPad:

concept iPhone 6

So half of the rumors and analysis that we dwelled so dearly upon for all of the last few months are going in to trash in these last two weeks preceding the finale release of the iPhone 6. Facing the onslaught of the tons of iPhone 6 leaks and news and sifting through the items that go directly to the bin against those which stay with a pinch of salt was a mammoth task. What is happening this week though is tremendous as we don’t think if we have ever seen this many of the leaked images and rumor vs anti-rumor mill circling the same components of a smartphone.

iPhone 6 lit-up Apple logo a nay!

Following the iPhone 6 front panel image, a beautiful retail box leaked shot, and another component leaked image of the True Tone flash module, here is another news bit coming under the iPhone 6 belt today. If you remember, we had shared with you a rumor that Apple may be considering to have lit-up iPhone 6 logo – similar to that of Macs. This logo was supposed to light up for notifications and work as a helpful reminder to the consumers in case of any new mail, message, or a missed call among other various possibilities.

curved iphone 6 concept
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The number of leaks surrounding iPhone 6 has been quite crazy since last couple days – and especially today. After seeing what we can call one of the clearest picture of iPhone 6 front panel, we are now seeing another component leaked image. The latest iPhone 6 leaked image seems to the expected round true tone flash module that rumored to be fitted in the next gen iPhone.

Relevant iPhone 6 leaked image: Following the iPhone 6 Retail Box, Here Comes the Front Panel Image! & No Lights On for iPhone 6 Back Cover Logo!

iPhone 6 True Tone flash module:

Earlier in the year, we saw multiple iPhone 6 component images especially focusing on a new flash module design. The new design was suggested to be round as opposed to the pill shape design of the flash module in iPhone 5s – the current gen flagship smartphone. The new round shaped iPhone 6 True Tone flash module design was shown in various rear shell and component leaked images. Here is the iPhone 6 True Tone flash module


I am sure quite a huge number of Facebook users have been unhappy with Facebook trying to force its Facebook Messenger app down our lifestyle. Why can’t we simply be done with a single app taking care of everything? If you too are annoyed of having to use Facebook Messenger app for chatting with your friends and family, here is how you can continue chatting on Facebook without the need of messenger and have something stop this auto-redirection!

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4.7-inch iPhone 6 models pre-order iPhone 6

As we are nearing to the official unveiling of Apple’s next gen iPhone, there are more clearest pictures leaking around the interwebs trying to give us an image of what the iPhone 6 will exactly be. Not 100% at the mark though, some have successfully hit the right nerves with the latest being a retail box image of iPhone 6 getting leaked a couple days back. Today, we are seeing one of the more closer looking image taken of the iPhone 6 front panel. Albeit, larger than the iPhone 5s, this purported iPhone 6 front panel seems to be looking just like the iPhone 5s. iphone 6 front panel

These iPhone 6 front panel images look to have been taken off the assembly process and come through the Taiwanese blog Apple Club. Leaked iPhone 6 images show both the inside and outside of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 expected to arrive this September.

Relevant leak today: iPhone 6 True Tone Flash Module Leaked Image

4.7-inch iPhone 6 sapphire woes:


For anyone looking to save a couple of bucks while shopping on Apple’s Apps Store, today just might be your lucky day. Five apps for which you’d have to pay for on any other day are available today free of cost. So anyone who might find a use for them, download away!

iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak

iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak     The team behind popular jailbreaking tool Pangu has released an updated version of the tool today. The Pangu V1.2 update fixes several issues and problems encountered with the previous version of it. This includes the notorious boot loop issue which affected several iPhone 4 and 4S users. The screen on their devices ended up getting stuck on the Pangu welcome message when the app was run.

Pangu’s jailbreaking tool has seen it’s fair share of controversy as well. Initially Pangu v1.0 had used exploits revealed by i0nic, which the latter found disagreeable. After a twitter protest by i0nic, the Pangu team released v1.1 just days before iOS 7.1.2′s release which was a bold move. v1.1 itself included several fixes and introduced an english interface. Well, Pangu v1.2 adds on to that and improves the tool significantly.


Apple makes great devices. But what’s even better about them is the App store. Through the app store you’re guaranteed to get apps on almost every aspect of life. But want to know what’s even more better? Free jailbreak tweaks. For all of those out of clue on what tweak to install on their iOS device, worry no more. We’ve made a list for the top jailbreak tweaks for this week. So lets start.

Relevant read: Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 On Your iPod/iPhone/iPad Using Pangu v1.1

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