iPhone Apps

Create and Edit Videos on your iPhone with Adobe's VideoBite

Although there are quite a few decent video editing apps out there already, VideoBite stands out from the crowd simply because it has Adobe's name on it. Not that it doesn't deserve to, it turns out to be a quality app for simple video editing, and it is currently available for free from the App Store.

VideoBite app lets you make movies from your stills and videos

Once you've downloaded it, VideoBite will ask you to access your photos, then you can start making movies or slideshows with your own content. You begin by selecting photos (or videos) that you want in your video bite and selecting how long you want each to display for (2 to 10 seconds). You can trim your clips down to

Google to Bring Chrome Apps to iOS

Google's Chrome Apps have been available for desktop systems running Chrome OS and Windows for some time now, and they just became available for Mac users early last December. Google is now bringing Chrome Apps to both Android and iOS via Apache's Cordova platform, which is a set of APIs (application programming interface) that allow mobile app developers to access native device functions (such as a camera or accelerometer) with HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Chrome Apps for iOS

Google today released a preview of a toolchain for developers. This tool will allow developers to wrap their Chrome apps in a native shell and submit them to Apple's App Store and Google Play. In addition to a multitude of APIs available in Cordova,

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.

iPhone Debuts for China Mobile and more Apple News Jan. 12th - 18th

The biggest news for Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and its shareholders last week was the debut of the iPhone in China. On Friday, China Mobile, the world's largest carrier with over 750 million subscribers, began selling the iPhone 5c and 5s. Pre-orders for the devices began in December and reached 1 million. Analysts expect China Mobile to sell anywhere from 10 million to 15 million iPhones this year. You can read more about this here.

Apple's market share grows

The 2013 Q4 numbers also came in last week and, according to market research company NPD Group, Apple saw significant gains. Apple's market share grew from 35% in Q4 2012 to 42% in Q4 2013. NPD also found that smart phone ownership is growing, claiming six out of ten phones, up from 52% last year. As would be

Fox to Live-Stream Super Bowl for Free

Fox Sports has announced that it will be live-streaming Super Bowl XLVIII and all of the NFC playoff games online, though according to Variety, only the Super Bowl will be available for free. iOS users will be able to stream the game with the FOX Sports GO app.

FOX Sports GO

Coverage of Super Bowl XLVIII, which is being played at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, will begin at 6:30 PM EST on Sunday February 2nd. The broadcast will include the half time show featuring Bruno Mars, and will be freely available at


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