Even if news of a jailbreak for iOS 8.3 has been floating around, we shouldn’t yell victory too soon. As far as I’m concerned, I won’t get excited until there is tangible evidence that this is indeed happening. In the meantime, we can all look at we can use right now, namely a bunch of tweaks that have recently been released on Cydia…. Read the rest of this post here
Similar to a feature that first made its way to the Mail app under OS X Yosemite, iOS 9 now includes Markup, a tool that lets you annotate email attachments, including image files as well as PDFs, effectively turning the Mail app into a more powerful one with a growing focus on productivity.
Just like its OS X counterpart, Markup for iOS 9 allows you to sketch, zoom, add text, and sign documents on the go. Absent from the list of annotations is the Shape button, which lets you easily insert squares, circles, etc.
Chomping and stomping its way to box office infamy, Jurassic World took in $511.8 million dollars around the world this weekend, setting the record for biggest global opening of all time.
This is the first time a movie has grossed more than a half a billion dollars in one weekend, notes TheWrap – the previous record for a global opening weekend was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 with $483.2 million. Directed by Colin Tevrorrow, and starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, Jurassic World was number one in all 66 markets it debuted, which includes the United Kingdom, China, Russia, Australia and Mexico.
I’m looking forward to the day when an iteration of the Elder Scrolls will come to iPad. Imagine strolling through Tamriel on your Retina display, engaging in Infinity Blade-style combat with man and beast. It’d be glorious. I’m not sure that day will ever come, but I’m anticipating it just the same. I’ll be happy when the latest version of iPad has the hardware to run such a game, regardless.
Instead of discussing my recently renewed obsession with Skyrim, we’re here to talk about some noteworthy Apple Watch apps that I’ve come across recently, so let us begin.
Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. presentation ahead of E3 today revealed a lot about the future of the Wii U and 3DS games, both of which are getting major updates soon — as early as today, even. Here’s the full breakdown of what you might have missed, with IGN’s pre-show predictions below.
New Classic Dreamland and Miiverse stages are now available to download for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS /Wii U,
Dreamland is based on the first Dreamland stage from the original Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 64. It is available for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS /Wii U for $1.99, or $2.99 for both game versions.
The free Miiverse stage features Miiverse posts created by players. “During matches while connected to the Internet, players will see Miiverse posts appear that cheer specific fighters on from the background,” according to a press release. “These messages will be pulled from individual Miiverse communities that just opened for each Super Smash Bros. character.”
New Mii Fighter costumes from the Virtua Fighter series, Tekken, Megaman.EXE, Animal Crossing and Splatoon are on the way to Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS, director Masahiro Sakurai announced during a Nintendo Direct today.
New costumes include Heihachi from Tekken, Akira and Jacky costumes from the Virtua Fighter series, MegaMan.EXE from Mega Man Battle Network, ZERO from Mega Man X, along with the Inkling Girl and Boy and the squid hat from Splatoon.
The new set of eight Mii Fighter costumes now available for Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U for $6, both game versions together for $9.20, purchased individually for $0.75, or both game versions together for $1.15 each.
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