Monthly Archives: February 2013

‘Real Racing 3’ Debuts in App Store

If you’ve been keeping an eye out for the newest entry in EA’s Real Racing series for iOS that was first revealed last September at the Apple keynote event when the iPhone 5 was announced, today is your day to hightail it over to the App Store. Real Racing 3 for iPhone and iPad debuted… Read more »

‘Twitterrific 5’ for iPhone and iPad Gets Unique Muting Feature

The Iconfactory’s Twitterrific 5 for iPhone and iPad debuted in December (our review), featuring a gorgeous interface that was a complete redesign compared to its predecessor. However, it lacked the ability to mute users, a useful “pro” feature that hides users you don’t want to hear from temporarily. In an update last week, Twitterrific 5… Read more »

‘Plants vs. Zombies’ for iPhone and iPad Free Until February 28

PopCap games has made the iPhone and iPad versions of its super cute and incredibly popular game, Plants vs. Zombies, free for one week. This is the first time ever that these apps have gone free and you even have the luxury of several days to hit the Buy Now button instead of some ridiculously… Read more »

Mokriya’s Take on Craigslist for iPhone Debuts

Though more than 60 million people in the US alone use Craigslist every month, the incredibly popular classifieds site does not have its own iPhone app in Apple’s App Store. However, there are at least 50 apps in the App Store that let you access Craigslist on the go and Silicon Valley-based Mokriya has added… Read more »

‘Bump’ for iPhone Can Now Send Files to Computers

Bump, the popular file-sharing app that debuted in the App Store in 2010, has been updated with a new feature that allows you to send files on your iPhone to any computer. To send files to a computer, you simply need to tap the space bar on the computer with your iPhone while the computer’s… Read more »

Kickstarter Releases iPhone App to Let You Crowdfund On the Go

Kickstarter, the online crowd-funding platform that was launched in 2009, released an iPhone app today. Kickstarter for iPhone is free and lets you browse and back projects and keep up with any projects you’ve already backed. Accessories for Apple products and even iOS apps have been funded through Kickstarter, including weather app Dark Sky (review)… Read more »

PSA for App Developers: Get 50% Off Custom App Icon Stickers From Sticker Mule

This isn’t exactly app related but I thought this deal was newsworthy for any app developers among AppShopper’s readers. Our sister site, TouchArcade, has worked out a deal with Sticker Mule where you can get 50% off an order of their vinyl 2-inch by 2-inch stickers with rounded corners by using the coupon code TOUCHARCADE… Read more »

‘Mailbox’ for iPhone Promises a Better Email Inbox Experience (But You’ll Have to Wait to Use It)

Orchestra released its heavily hyped and anticipated mail management app, Mailbox, to the App Store yesterday. The free app lets you access your Gmail account and turns email chains into chat-like conversations. Like Clear, you use gestures instead of virtual buttons to navigate, with swipes letting you delete messages or “snooze” emails to get them… Read more »

Control ‘Final Cut Pro’ on Your Mac with ‘ProCutX’ for iPad

Pixel Film Studios and LightWORKS Solutions have released ProCutX for iPad, an app that lets you control Final Cut Pro X on your Mac. ProCutX connects to your Mac via Wi-Fi and offers direct access to Final Cut Pro’s editing tools to adjust color, timing, audio, and more. Built from the ground up to meet… Read more »

Tapbots Makes ‘Netbot’ for iPhone and iPad Free

Tapbots, the maker of several popular iOS and Mac apps, has made its client for iOS, Netbot, free in order to “spur adoption” of the budding ad-free social network. The iPhone and iPad versions of the app will remain free for an “unspecified period of time” according to the company’s post on announcing the… Read more »