The Blackberry Z10 has been on sale in the UK for a couple of months now, and early reports suggest that it’s not selling too badly. However, the price of the device is far too expensive to take a risk on, without having a test of BB10 before you purchase.
Sir Jonathan Ive, the man credited with creating the design for the iPhone, iPad and iMac, has received a golden badge on the children’s television show, Blue Peter.
Mailbox, the highly anticipated gesture-based email client for iPhone, has finally been released. Mailbox has an extremely minimal design which relies on swipe gestures to organise emails. If you haven’t seen it already, the company released a video showcasing the app a couple of months ago, which looks simply awesome.
At the moment, Mailbox is an iPhone exclusive. However once the roll-out is complete, the company aim to bring it to other devices in the future. Fingers crossed for Android.
Mailbox is available for free right now, however there is still a queue before you can use it, so it will probably be a while before you get access.
This design is so good, it’s simply annoying that it’s only a concept. The unnamed application spruces up the typical iOS design scheme to make each thumbnail and button stand out. The main menu looks slightly like the YouTube iOS app, but it has a little more polish. » Read more
Temple Run is back and crazier than ever, but will it catch on like it did last time?
Google have just released an application for iOS which allows users to record, edit and upload videos in just a few easy steps.
Well, this is another kick in the teeth for Apple. Just hours after the re-release of Google Maps, it’s sitting right a the top of Apple’s free downloads section in the App Store. Despite Apple’s best efforts to keep it under wraps by not including it in the maps section, Google Maps has made a huge impact in the App Store. However it may not be all bad for Apple, as reported by TechCrunch, the safety of having a working maps application will prompt many users to finally make the jump to iOS 6.
The panic is over, Google Maps has made a return to the App Store in spectacular fashion.
Like it or not, Instagram is one of the biggest mobile crazes around at the moment. If you see somebody under the age of 35 with an iPhone, the chances are that they have used Instagram at some point. People are amazed at how easy it is to add an effect to a photo and then share it with their friends, that they choose to do it through this social network rather than printing off the photos to share the hard copy.