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Earlier in November, Microsoft announced that they will be retiring MSN Messenger in the first quarter of 2013 (except in China), with service for the chat platform to continue in the form of Skype. Earlier today, the Skype app for iPhone and iPad was updated to version 4.2, bringing with it support for MSN Messenger. Now you can sign in and merge your existing Microsoft account and chat with your Messenger, Hotmail and Outlook.com contacts. And if you’re new to Skype, the there’s a new option to create an account right from the app.
Quick. How many Apple TV ads have ever been made? If you said 485, that’d be correct. Well, according to someone with way too much time on their hands anyway. Found under the Youtube channel EveryAppleAds (via The Next Web), you can now watch all the classics in one place. From the very first Apple TV ad (1977) to the recent iPad mini adverts, it’s (supposedly) all there. Yes, you can re-watch all the Mac vs. PC ads starring Justin Long and the ‘other guy’ (John Hodgman). Below are but a few of the ones I’ve enjoyed from a number of years ago. For the full playlist, head over to the Youtube page.
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Burrito Bison is a rather strange game.
You’re tasked with launching an extremely chiselled gentleman as far as you possibly can through colourful candy-filled environments. Your aim is to squish and squash seemingly endless waves of fruity gummy bears in order to gain enough speed to smash through doors and escape from the dreadful (but incredibly tasty) Candy Land.
Naturally, this game is chock full of power-ups that will make your mission a little easier. These include rockets, a glider, explosive chilli peppers, and one of those pogo stick things that you probably played with as a kid.
Ravenous Games, Burrito Bison - Free
Apple’s yearly Black Friday Event is now live in the US and Canada (along with rest of the world). Products you’ll find as part of the yearly sale include:
- new iPad 4 (save $41 on 16GB, up to $61 off on 64GB models)
- iPad 2 (save $31)
- 5th gen iPod Touch (save $31 on 32GB and $41 on 64GB models)
- Macbook Pro with Retina (save $101)
- Macbook Air (save $101)
As with past sales, accessories are also throw in at a discount, with $11 knocked off the Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, Wireless Keyboard and Smart Cover for iPad. You can even pick up the new EarPod earphones w/Remote and Mic for only $22 ($7 off). All in all, the prices on Apple hardware is slightly better than MacMall’s Black Friday Sale.
If you do plan on picking up some new iDevices/Macbooks today, you can do so online (free shipping) or in Apple Stores. The sale ends tonight at 11:59 p.m. PST.
A couple of years ago apps that remembered your business cards and scanned your papers were the rage. It’s not so much that time has changed, it’s that the smartphone really is a computer replacement. Now, the haphazard storing of files in Notes and pictures doesn’t cut it. Lunabee Pte. ltd., makers of oneSafe, seem to think so. And after a over month of use (yep, rather overtime this review is), I think so, too.
Looking for the latest app sales and deals for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad? Here’s our roundup for some of the most notable and recent freebies/price drops that are worth checking out this Black Friday and Thanksgiving Weekend. Besides a good number of games/apps you can pick up for free, loads are currently only $0.99, like Fieldrunners 2, The Amazing Spider-Man, Avengers Initiative and more. As always, they’re only good for a very limited time. Happy Thanksgiving!
Update: New price drops and freebies have been added to the roundup (denoted by **)
Like during every major holiday season, Electronic Arts has slashed prices on a bunch of their iOS games, many of which are now $0.99. FIFA SOCCER 13 is now at its lowest price point ever ($2.99) and their latest - Need for Speed™ Most Wanted has been discounted for the first time ($4.99). Some of the dollar deals include Plants vs. Zombies, Real Racing 2, MONOPOLY for iPad and much more. No word on how long the sales will last, though it’s probably a safe bet that they’ll be good through the Thanksgiving weekend. The complete roundup of App Store links after the gap.
MacMall’s 60 Hour Black Friday Sale has begun, with price drops on not just iPads and Macbooks, but also bluetooth keyboards for the iPad, iPhone 5 cases/accessories, hard drives and other gadgets. Some of the notables include:
- Apple 13.3 MacBook Pro (with Retina display) for $1,597.89 ($100 off)
- Apple 11.6″ MacBook Air for $897.89 ($100 off)
- Logitech Keyboard Case by ZAGG for iPad 2/3/4 for $56.99 ($43 off)
- Apple TV for $89 ($10 off)
This sale ends Friday midnight PT, so head over the the MacMall Black Friday landing page to check out all the deals.
The second annual iPad-an-Hour Giveaway bonanza by ZAGG is back. Same as last year, 24 iPads (this time the iPad 4 16GB Wifi model) will be given away throughout Black Friday.
Starting at 12:00 am MST on Black Friday, we’ll be giving away an iPad 4 every hour. 24 iPad 4s over 24 hours. Each hour is a new opportunity to enter the giveaway. So yes, you need to go to the giveaway page each hour and enter.
Entering the giveaway will be simple. To enter, just submit your email address. For additional entries, you can share on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. A Facebook share is worth two additional entries, a Twitter share is worth one additional entry, and a Pinterest share is worth one additional entry.
You can get a reminder by texting ‘hour’ to 53535 and ZAGG will text you each hour to remind you to enter. The contest starts in a few hours, so if you’re feeling lucky then, head over to the ZAGG Contest page to submit your entries. Good luck!
Nokia has released their first iOS app, which it hopes will lure users away from the various mapping solutions on the platform. Called HERE Maps, it’s based off HTML 5 and offers several features that Apple’s own Maps app lacks. Most notable of these include turn-by-turn walking directions (strangely enough, not for driving directions), community maps (selected countries), the ability to save map areas for offline use, and public transportation. You can also sign up for a free Nokia account that lets you ‘Collect’ places, which can then be viewed at a later time on mobile devices and even the web.