iTunes Radio
iTunes Radio is only six months old but it’s already snagged third place among people in the US who listen to streaming music services, at least based on a recent survey. Polling more than 2,000 people in the US, Edison Research found that 8 percent listened to iTunes Radio in the past month. That compares Continue Reading →
Middle and High School astronomy courses rely on visualization, particularly when it comes to seeing the “images” in constellations and orbital trajectories. This five app bunch is perfect for students who want to more clearly see the planets and stars, as well as learn the history, present and future of space programs. Gravity App ($7.99 iPad) Continue Reading →
The federal government on Wednesday said Apple has agreed to pay at least $32.5 million in refunds to parents who didn’t authorize hefty purchases racked up by their children on their iPhones and iPads. The Federal Trade Commission’s settlement with Apple is the first punishment handed to a major tech company over the handling of Continue Reading →
App Store
Apple has announced that customers of its App Store spent more than $1 billion in December alone, and more than $10 billion across the whole of 2013. The company announced the mammoth figures today, noting that it means iOS developers have now earned more than $15 billion through the App Store. These figures were obviously Continue Reading →
PayPal has announced a new section dedicated to online gift card purchases. The “Digital Gifts” store has opened with what PayPal describes as a “marquee merchant”, namely iTunes. Although buying iTunes gift cards with PayPal has been possible for a long time thanks to eBay, this is the first time PayPal is selling the cards Continue Reading →
Missing Podcasts
I like a lot of things about Apple. I love my iPhone – it’s the best smartphone I’ve ever had. I love my iPad – I use it far, far more than I ever thought I would. I love how Apple (sometimes) innovates and (more often) takes things other companies have done and simplifies them. Continue Reading →
Apps to Stay Organized
Organization is a pivotal skill that can be difficult to master, especially for children and adolescents. While there are thousands of productivity apps available for the iPad, only a precious few capably keep children organized in the classroom and at home. These five are the best. Complete Class Organizer – Student Version (iPad $4.99) Complete Class Continue Reading →