Posted by Adam | Jun 17, 2011 | Comments 0
Apple patent hints at Find my iPhone enhancements – why wait? Today Apple hinted that they are looking to enhance the Find My iPhone app with additional features to help lost iPhones find their way home. Maybe they should have explored the App Store first? Return My Phone, launched last month, not only encourages owners to protect their iPhones using the Passcode Lock feature, it manages the safe return of a lost device.
Posted by Jay Krishnaswamy | Apr 25, 2010 | Comments 0
iPhone OS BETA 2 added many new features but an unnoticed one was removing the “call” from “end call.”
Posted by Jason | Aug 18, 2009 | Comments 0
Stunning graphics and easy controls are the name of the game for Saga Catapult, by Silverlode Interactive. Defend the city against an onslaught of orcs! As the last defender of your home, use your trusty catapult, along with a number of available upgrades, to keep the bloodthirsty horde at bay.
Posted by Jason | Aug 17, 2009 | Comments 0
A relatively unknown game among the masses at the App Store, Bomb Commander, by Anima Entertainment, is a space shooter that seems to be a cross between Asteroids, planetary defense, and Geometry Wars for the Xbox 360. The last defender of your home world, you must defend the planet against the alien invasion, each wave more powerful and chaotic than the last. Now ask yourself, are you ready for the challenge?
Posted by Jason | Jul 24, 2009 | Comments 4
It’s pretty apparent by now that the battery life of the new iPhone 3GS and 3.0 software update sucks. Whether you are checking mail constantly, texting a few people throughout the day, or leaving the phone just sitting by itself, the electronic juice sucking monster comes by and tends to drain your battery pretty well throughout the day. Luckily, you came here to Appmodo (aside from loving the site and hanging out here all day long) to find out how to fix that!
Posted by Jason | Jul 03, 2009 | Comments 1
Apple likes to change things behind the scenes without telling everyone at the same time. Up until the 3.0 software update, force quitting applications was accomplished by holding the home button on the iPhone for 5 seconds until the application quit. No longer is it that easy.
Posted by Jason | Jun 24, 2009 | Comments 0
Hot off the presses from developer Binary Square, and publisher ClickGamer.com, comes Dragon Panic for the iPhone and iPod Touch. With a retro 8-bit look and feel, Dragon Panic utilizes the iPhone’s patented Accelerometer for character movement to help the dragons Berny and Blaze stop the weapons and debris from falling on their bridge.
Posted by Jason | Jun 10, 2009 | Comments 2
Attention all Sims 3 iPhone and iPod Touch fans! We’ve uploaded new gameplay photos to our full review page of the Sims 3 this morning and hope you enjoy them.
Posted by Jason | Jun 05, 2009 | Comments 0
Craneballs Studios have pre-released their highly anticipated game to Appmodo called Blimp – The Flying Adventures, which is available for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. Not yet released in the App Store, Blimp takes you on a two dimensional (2D) flight game where you pilot a blimp and must maneuver each exciting world and avoid the enemy.
Posted by Jason | Jun 02, 2009 | Comments 483
The long and highly anticipated wait for The Sims 3 for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch is finally here, with Electronic Arts Mobile releasing the title worldwide today at the E3 Game Show in Los Angeles, California. Appmodo of course has you covered with a full review of this genre defining game title.
Posted by Jason | May 18, 2009 | Comments 6
The iPhone’s first multiplayer third person shooter has hit the App Store called DinoSmash. Featuring cartoon dinosaurs that run around and try to kill each other, DinoSmash allows up to 16 players to battle one another in a real-time internet combat deathmatch. Totally cool!
Posted by Jason | May 06, 2009 | Comments 4
I will say this upfront and very clearly, Need for Speed Undercover is the best racing game to date for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. PERIOD. Electronic Arts just took the iPhone from a 3.0 level to a 4.0 with the release of this ultimate new game. Check out the full review below.
Posted by Chris Duke | Apr 21, 2009 | Comments 38
More Catcha Mouse Solves
There’s a great reason why Catcha Mouse is the #1 Free App in the Apple iTunes App Store. It’s fun, easy to learn, and super addicting! The goal is simple: trap a mouse as he jumps around in a grid-like fashion (think Q*bert). If he jumps into one of the available holes, well then it’s all over for you!