Comcast will be streaming live TV through Apple TV in 2015 as per a inside source. Comcast has been in talks with Apple for a long time going, and the only thing holding Apple from streaming is Comcast’s infrastructure. Comcast definitely has the technology to stream TV to the Apple set-top box, but it’s still in it’s infancy as far as being able to handle the data.
Basically the live TV data…
Here’s a guide to help you get the best missions that pay up and give you a great time with other players online. The ever popular missions are going to be listed, as well as how to access any mission from GTA V Online (that you have unlocked).
Go to: Online>Jobs>Host Job>Rockstar Created>Missions
These are the best paying/experience giving missions in GTA V Online, and if you don’t see them in…
Possibly one of the best puzzle games ever made, Monument Valley from ustwo has hit the top charts on the iOS App Store. Using geometric visuals to throw your perception, this puzzle game is guaranteed to have you going, “Woah! Whaaaat?!” by the mind boggling designs. If you’ve dabbled in 3D then prepare for a mobile masterpiece with the complexity of the manipulative world full of optical illusions.
Rather than spoil the story, let us just talk about the sheer addictiveness and fun from playing a tripped out M. C. Escher experience. At first you might check your drink and think somebody slipped you some crazy hallucinogen, but have no fear it’s all an illusion to begin with. The careful attention to detail is noticeable from the splash game when you first launch the app. Crisp, clean and well-timed animation sequences give a relaxing yet mentally intriguing experience bending perception like no other.
Basically you need to navigate princess Ida around Crow People by manipulating the world around you to find your path in the maze. The ability to rotate your game play and manipulate is subtle yet in a perfect position to make you look for clues in unorthodox visual perceptions.
The sound effects are clean, precisely timed and pleasant to the ear, so there’s no worry about annoying sounds that are repetitive. You’ll have 10 brain screwing puzzles to navigate and manipulate which is pretty good when you consider the overall quality of the game and the challenge it gives. In some examples below in the gallery you’ll see how one level (same colors) can drastically change when you’re only about half way done with getting through it.
Not being a big fan of most puzzle games on iOS I found this to be surprisingly one of the best games I had ever played on an iPhone or iPad. There’s no score. No leaderboards. Just brain teasing fun. You can even save your favorite puzzle visuals by screen shot in the game from the Top Left navigation menu. Share it instantly with friends from Facebook or Twitter and show them what they’re missing out on.
Now it is fairly short for some people, but there is a big chance that we could see more puzzles added in later dates. It will run you $3.99 (US) on the App Store [Direct App Store Link]
Check out the trailer here as wellMonument Valley for iOS The Ultimate 3D Puzzle Game Possibly one of the best puzzle games ever made, Monument Valley from ustwo has hit the top charts on the iOS App Store.
A great app for iOS Office Suite Pro, Pages, Numbers or Keynote users has come out called AnyFont. Now when you work with documents on your iPhone or iPad, there won’t be any unexpectedly replaced fonts for your document presentations.
The app uses both .ttf (TrueTypeFont) and .otf (OpenTypeFont) formats as profiles to use on your iPhone and iPad. This won’t however, change the system font on your iPad or iPhone like some have hoped to do.
The app is super easy to use and you can even use apps like Mega Cloud Service to download your font files directly to your iPhone. Simply tap to download, tap once more upon completion and tap Open with AnyFont (With Mega, Mail and Dropbox etc..).
You’ll be prompted to approve and install a profile, and it may require your passcode if you have it set. Just a minor security precaution, and nothing more to worry about. If you need a walkthrough, then here’s a video for your assurance.
If you’re worried that you’ll have to enter in each font individually, then fear not. You can upload multiple fonts in a .Zip file to save you time. You can even preview each font in the AnyFont preview option.
AnyFont is available on the App Store for $1.99 and it’s well worth your while if you’re big with the new Office Suite Pro, iWork and much more. You can download it here and give it a good rating for enabling a more open typography platform on mobile devices. AnyFont [Direct Link]
Some fonts using Cyrillic or Asian characters are not supported by this way of installing fonts.Bring Your Mobile Documents to Life with AnyFont for iPhone and iPad A great app for iOS Office Suite Pro, Pages, Numbers or Keynote users has come out called AnyFont.
If you live in a small town/major city and have those unwanted persons you hate running into, or you’re simply just having a really crappy day there’s hope beyond the horizon with Cloak Incognito Mode for Real Life.
If you have friends that always hang around your usual spots, you can now be on alert for your own mental state to avoid those you would rather not bump into on the street. Now, it’s only for Instagram and Foursquare so far (more to be added in future updates) since they are location based social networks. With Twitter giving users the power to turn off location data, the information is so vague that it’s hard to pin point where the person may actually be. With Twitter not included it is sort of a downfall, but understandable for the most part. Maybe they will add it in the future just in case for those users.
After testing it out, it’s actually really good at keeping tabs on your friends or people you don’t care for. It did take a little bit to get the notifications, but timely nonetheless. Also recommended is to create a dummy account to follow anonymously and help keep you even more secretive.
Try it out for free and download it here to give ignoring your friends, “friends” and people you just hate a shot. Download Cloak Incognito Mode for Real Life here: [Direct Link]Avoid Your Ex or Unwanted Persons with Cloak Incognito Mode If you live in a small town/major city and have those unwanted persons you hate running into, or you’re simply just having a really crappy day there’s hope beyond the horizon with Cloak Incognito Mode for Real Life.
If you’re a fan of Apple’s designs, you may want to take a look back and see the possibilities that could have arose back in 1983. When cellphones were no where near as popular, Apple seemed to have already thought of the flip-phone style long before the early 2000′s when the Motorola Razor was super popular. The phone was designed by Hartmut Esslinger and frog design in 1983 for a flip phone…
After holding off from learning web design/development I finally caved in within the past few months and came across some really awesome tools to share.
Let’s start off strong with my absolute favorite tool as of late which is Base64, and this is so strings can be made out of your .PNG files for HTML/CSS embedding. This helps protect your pieces of work from making it on Google Images to be…
A simple and quite challenging game is making rounds on the App Store called Falling Dots. Best yet the object of the game is rather simple, and it’s simply ‘Don’t Tap Red Dots’. With numerous game modes and simple graphics that won’t drain your battery, this will keep you occupied for hours.
The menu screen is really cool and unlike most iOS games, where the player can just tap the dots that cascade down without even hitting the Play button to bring up game modes. The simplicity of the game compliments the unique ideas behind the design of the game, giving a pleasant feel to it.
Another plus that will win most iOS gamers over is no in-app purchases needed. You only acquire Dot Points and it helps keep the leaderboards even instead of being able to purchase your way to the top. Your points are also distributed with how well you perform during the game. Basically the more red dots you tap, the lower your score.
Of course as the game progresses it will become increasingly difficult, but the rewards acquired change the design of the game and give it an interesting feel to keep things new and fresh. This includes 6 new game skins and 3 power up items to use during your gameplay, along with 18 challenges to complete with 5 skills to upgrade.
You can even play online against friends or strangers with use of Apple’s Game Center, or you can play the other game modes such as Classic or Arcade.
Gameplay is incredibly fun and you’ll find your face inches away from the screen concentrating to keep up. The dots aren’t just simply cascading down, but also over/underlap each other to get you to mistakenly tap a red dot to bring down your score. This really keeps things interesting, and the game speed may get you almost as frustrated as Flappy Bird may have.
Use power ups to bring your scores up, slow the dots down or penalize you for your mistakes. And compete online on an even playing field with Falling Dots.
I highly recommend downloading this game, and hopefully we may see some minor sound effects for when you tap some dots to keep your attention. Download it here from the App Store for free: [Direct Link]Falling Dots iOS Game Review A simple and quite challenging game is making rounds on the App Store called Falling Dots. Best yet the object of the game is rather simple, and it’s simply ‘Don’t Tap Red Dots’.