While I like Washing Machine’s interface and the ability to focus in the various types of items you may want to investigate for cleaning up, I found the lack of detail about what you might be doing potentially dangerous—you really do not want to delete files you need, nor do you want to make the wrong choice and delete the wrong one of multiple files.
Aqueduct Flow for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch has a simple, but engaging, premise; you have to connect spigots to drains using blocks with various pipe shapes which must be used so that none of the water leaks out. In other words, you can’t have an open pipe that connects to nothing.
I’m sad to see the old unibody machine go; I’d prefer to have an on-board optical drive, and I’m not convinced that the speedier access, silence, and shockproofness of solid state data storage are worth the trade-off in drive capacity one has to give up, but I didn’t put my money where my mouth is when I upgraded to a 13-inch MacBook Air last fall.
Apple has released an updated version of its iTunes Festival app, one week ahead of the actual iTunes Festival happening March 11-15 at SXSW in Austin, Texas. For those who are unaware, the upcoming iTunes Festival will feature artists such as Coldplay, Keith Urban, Imagine Dragons and Pitbull.
It was probably inevitable that The Walking Dead would start to feel familiar. Season one had some amazing twists, both in terms of unexpected violence and consequences, but in season 2, the fabric is starting to wear. Clem will have to fight zombies in a quick-paced action scene. Someone will make a horrible choice, leaving Clem to deal with the fallout where it’s impossible to make everyone happy. These same scenarios worked brilliantly in season one, so what’s changed?
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is still one the best games you can use to show off your iPad’s (or even iPhone’s) gaming capabilities. And with today’s v1.2 update, you get to show off something else, too: controller support. (Of course, don’t show the controller off to Android users…their devices have been supporting gamepads for quite some time, and they’ll just laugh at you.)
The popular web service that offers a hassle-free way to transfer files has now gone mobile with the launch of its dedicated iOS app. With WeTransfer, all you have to do is select any photos or videos that you want to share from your camera roll, enter the email address of the recipient with an optional message, and tap on the “transfer” button.