DuckieDeck Delivers a Safe and Ad Free App for Children

Navigating the Apple App Store can be tough for parents. It is full of "free" apps that trap you into spending additional money, and it is hard to know what paid apps are safe without testing them first. Duckie Deck Development's new Family Photo game for toddlers aims to deliver a safe app for kids by delivering an in-app purchase and ad free experience.

DuckieDeck Family Photo<br />

The game allows children to create personalized, funny family portraits by choosing from a variety of colorful face shapes, facial features and accessories. The user interface is simple to use and it offers a lot of combinations for children to choose from. The best part is all the items are unlocked, meaning there are no additional faces or accessories to purchase.

Beats Music Stops Accepting New Subscribers

It looks like the launch of Beats Music was a success. The company announced on its blog yesterday that is has stopped accepting any new subscribers due to some users "experiencing issues." New users who download the free app and reserve a user name this week will be contacted by Beats when registration is reopened. You will also receive 7 additional days on your trial for the inconvenience.

Beats Music iOS

Beats Music was released to the Apple App Store earlier this week. It is a subscription-based music streaming service that offers a library of around 20 million songs curated by "music experts".

Larger Display, Faster Wi-Fi All But Confirmed for iPhone 6

There has been no shortage of varying rumors about the design of Apple's next incarnation of the iPhone lately, but analysts seem to agree that one change is almost certain - the display will be bigger. According to AppleInsider, Cowen and Company analyst Tim Arcuri issued a note to investors on Wednesday claiming that the iPhone 6 design has been finalized.

Apple iPhone 6

Arcuri, who derived his information by checking on companies within Apple's supply chain, believes that they will follow the trend of larger smartphone displays by designing the next generation iPhone with a 4.8 inch screen. This would be a twenty percent increase in size over the 4 inch displays of the the iPhone 5c and 5s. He also

T-Mobile Trolls Other Carriers with Breakup Photos

T-Mobile is quickly becoming the Troll Carrier instead of the Uncarrier. After a very successful CES where John Legere was kicked out of an AT&T party, the T-Mobile CEO has taken to Twitter to post images of customers breaking up with their carriers.

T-Mobile  Uncarrier Part 4

T-Mobile has entered phase 4 of its Uncarrier movement by paying the early termination fees of customers who ditch their current carrier contracts and trade in their devices. This new deal has spawned a hilarious Twitter campaign where Legere (@JohnLegere) has been re-tweeting photos of customers breaking up with AT&T, Sprint and Verizon.

Beats Takes a Gamble with $10 Music Streaming Service

Beats has officially launched it music streaming service for iOS devices. Like most mobile streaming services, Beats Music does not offer a free, ad-supported option. Instead, users must subscribe for $9.99 a month. The subscription service offers on-demand access to a library of around 20 million songs.

Beats Music

Beats has teamed up with veteran radio programmers Julie Pilat and Scott Plagenhoef to oversee a large list of "music experts" who will curate channels of handpicked music for a variety of situations. For example, the Beats Music "Highlights" section offers quick access to new music picked by famous DJs and music journalists. The app also features an option that will select the appropriate tracks based on what you're doing and where you're located.


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