App Store
Apple has finally take steps to better cater to the children who have adopted its devices, and especially family favorite the iPad, with the launch of a Kids App Store. Arriving this week alongside the launch of iOS 7, the Kids App Store store is not a separate mobile application, to be clear, but is Continue Reading →
iTunes Radio
Apple’s iTunes Radio has already picked up 11 million listeners since its launch last week, Apple announced Monday. Available through iTunes 11 and iOS 7, iTunes Radio takes a page from Pandora’s playbook. You can create and add different music stations to your feed based on your tastes and listen to songs streamed from each Continue Reading →
In the hours before iOS 7 arrives for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, Apple has released iTunes 11.1 with several major new features. The download is available from Apple’s website. This version of iTunes comes with several major new features, including: iTunes Radio. iTunes Radio is a great new way to discover music. Choose Continue Reading →
iTunes Radio
Apple is now in the web radio business and because of the size of the iTunes membership, the service instantly becomes one of Pandora’s top competitors. As expected, Apple unveiled iTunes Radio on TUesday at a press event at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino. The radio service will be part of the iOS 7 update Continue Reading →
Best Apps for Preschoolers
  As many preschoolers today are younger than the iPad itself (which debuted in April 2010), educational apps to them are as commonplace as pencils, crayons and building blocks were to their parents. Here are five of our favorite apps for the preschool set. Learn with Homer (free) Designed with parents in mind, Learn With Homer Continue Reading →
Best Apps for Special Needs Students
While iPads and touchscreen devices are impacting virtually every level of educational instruction, apps designed for special needs students are particularly transformative. These five apps for students with autism, dyslexia, Attention Deficit Disorders and speech issues are among the best of hundreds of worthy titles available. Reading Comprehension Camp ($19.99) Performance on state testing is often Continue Reading →
Although iTunes doesn’t let users stream video as Netflix and Hulu do, it’s still the favorite digital video platform in the United States. A new survey conducted by analytics firm ForeSee shows that Apple’s iTunes has the highest customer satisfaction out of any major video platform, followed very closely by HBO GO, Netflix and Amazon Continue Reading →