For many around the world, the Apple iOS App Store is down. We are not aware of any scheduled maintenance planned for the App Store on iOS so we can assume that Apple may be experiencing an outage.read more
Vimeo has released their new Apple iOS application at Mobile World Congress 2012. The application will be free to download and will allow users to watch and manage all their existing videos on Vimeo and also download them directly to their iOS device camera roll for local playback. Users will also be able to also have access to many of the same features they have come to expect while using Vimeo through a browser such as the ability to like videos, access their feeds, access to the Vimeo Music Store, comment on videos, watch later queues, as well as having a built in video-editor. The following is a complete list of the feature you can come to expect in this release of this application.read more
The iTunes App Store now lists an iMAME emulator that features the titles that include Circus, Crash, Hard Hat, Fire One, Robot Bowl, Star Fire, Side Track, Spectar, and Targ. The application is surprisingly available for free in the App Store for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.read more
Apple announced today that the App Store has distributed over 15 billion apps to iPhones, iPod Touch’s, and iPad’s since its inception. Apple also states that they have paid developers over $2.5 billion dollars to date for their creations in the App Store.
“In just three years, the revolutionary App Store has grown to become the most exciting and successful software marketplace the world has ever seen,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “Thank you to all of our amazing developers who have filled it with over 425,000 of the coolest apps and to our over 200 million iOS users for surpassing 15 billion downloads.” Read More Inside:
Apple had filed a lawsuit in March against Amazon’s use of “App Store” in their newly launched Amazon AppStore. Apple had informed Amazon that using the term “App Store” was unlawful because they owned the rights to the term itself. In the lawsuit Amazon indicates that the term “App Store” is too generic for Apple to lay claim to the name itself. Click read more for the full lawsuit and the rest of the story.read more