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Reader's Digest, one of the best-selling magazines in the US, is now available in Apple's iPad.
One of the most popular general magazines is now available in the Apple’s App Store. Starting this September, all the Reader’s Digest issues can be accessed buy US print supporters through their iPad devices.
The subscription is indeed very easy. Readers would just have to enter their credentials and register for the digital subscription, which is available for $1.99/month or $14.99/year. Take note that non-print subscribers could also purchase the magazine at that price, or they could rather buy single issues, which retail for $1.99 a piece.
Earlier this year, the publisher rolls out a test version of its February issue for the iPad device. The said version is well-formatted and comes with some bonus games and polls too. Perhaps it is undeniable that this experimental issue has marked the beginning of a continuous publishing routine on the tablet. In fact, Reader’s Digest North America President – Dan Lagani – said that he is looking forward to releasing their magazines to the iPad through US and international subscriptions.
Meanwhile, according to a spokesperson, the Reader’s Digest is already available in other tablets — including Amazon’s the Kindle and BlackBerry Playbook.View Article Source »
See your friends' Foursquare check-ins with inline photos on its updated iPhone app!
Last Tuesday, Foursquare updated its iPhone app by adding inline photos with its check-ins. That said, iPhone users will now see their friends’ photos and check-ins coupled together in the activity stream — the same thing that goes on at Foursquare.com. Users can even click the “here now” to view all of their friends’ photos and shouts at the same venue in a single stream.
Foursquare also added in a blog post:
“Commenting on a friend’s night out? You’ll see all the other photos and comments as you’re composing your witty retort. Everything is in one place.
The location-based social network retooled its iPhone application for a crisp and cleaner user interface as well. The firm promises that the same update for its Android and BlackBerry users is on the way.View Article Source »
The new app for iPhone lets you donate money to a non-profit every time you hit your alarm clock's "snooze".
Have you ever imagined yourself donating money in charities and helping non-profit organizations just by oversleeping? Well, with a new iOS application for iPhone devices, you could make this thing possible.
Recently developed by LetGive, a company that supports mobile technology and charitable donations, the Snooze alarm clock app allows you to give 25 cents of your money to non-profit LetGive networks every time you hit your clock’s “snooze” button. Your extra slumber could also be a huge help for the Business Center For New Americans, an organization that provides financial aid for refugees and immigrants in NY. Aside from that, hitting the “snooze” button also enables you to give enough school supplies for kids through Classwish, and might even support the nation’s artists through Music For Tomorrow.
This app works very simple: You will be asked to set your desired charity program, and then the application will calculate how many times you pushed the “snooze” button. Take note that you will be given two choices every month.View Article Source »
Facebook recently released the Every Phone app, which lets people access the social site through their Java-enabled mobile phones.
Recently, a new app has been released which allows people to access Facebook right into their mobile phones using Java networks. The Every Phone app brings along most of the popular features of Facebook, including News Feed, Inbox and Photos. The said app also lets users upload pictures and search friends using their phone’s contact list.
This Facebook’s new application can now be downloaded from the company’s official website or from some selected app stores, such as GetJar, Appia and Mobile Weaver. The app is currently offered as a 90-day trial by wireless service providers located in Europe and Asia. Take note that users from US or Canada are not entitled to acquire the said trial.Read the rest of the article »
Start stumbling on your iPad anytime, anytime with the newest version of Stumble Upon for iPad.
Stumble Upon revamped its iPad app, enabling stumblers to easily share and stumble contents that are entertaining, informative and visually rich. On the updated version of the app, users can let their fingers do the talking. Just swipe to stumble and comment on web pages, as users discover them. Moreover, Stumble Upon on iPad allows users to see what their friends and other stumblers have liked. And as always, stumblers can share content with Faceboook, Twitter or email.
The new Stumple Upon iPad app is now available for download at iTunes. Note that you should download and install the latest version on your device, because it won’t automatically update. So get the new version now, and start stumbling anytime and anywhere!
To see how the newest Stumble Upon for iPad works, see the video after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
New for Apple's iPad 2: Fring's tablet-optimized four-way video application.
Fring, a popular instant messaging and video VoIP service, recently released a tablet-optimized app for the iPad 2. The Fring app comes in free from the App Store, and enables users to make four-way video calls to other subscribers.
The Fring app for iPad 2 also works with 3G, so there’ll be little need for Apple’s WiFi and iOS only FaceTime application. Fring is also set to release an inter-platform calling app Android sometime in the future.
More news are sure to come, so just stick it here at All We Like.View Article Source »
Never miss an opportunity of being in the know with Banjo.
Location services are the best way to let users share their whereabouts and link the digital and physical realms. However, all-important physical links are often missed in real world when it matters most. That is the reason why Damien Patton started up Banjo, a location-based mobile application that can rule them all.
Launched for iPhone and Android last Wednesday, Banjo aggregates all location-based social updates. It is designed for both social-mobile-local early adopters and newbies alike. Banjo aims to help users avoid missed opportunities.Read the rest of the article »
Social and visual news reader application for Pulse, is celebrating two major milestones Thursday. It currently has four million users across all its mobile platforms and raised $9 million in Series A funding.
In the past six months, the startup’s applications have drastically popped. Pulse’s interaction design is what the 10-person team has been focused on optimizing. This has then rewarded with a placement in Apple’s App Store Hall of Fame.
Because of this, investors were apparently enthusiastic to participate in the financing round. Pulse went for New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Greycroft Partners and Lerer Ventures.
Pulse co-founder Akshay Kothari says about the company’s selections, “More than the money, it was the opportunity to work with three terrific firms that are all complimentary.” He adds, “Alan [Patricof] and Ken [Lerer] were part of the original team who financed the Huffington Post, and we look forward to leveraging the insight they gained from building a new paradigm in news.”View Article Source »
Facebook + Skype features = Facebook Messenger
Nevertheless, this chat with voice call seems awesome! Aside from calls and exhange of messages, users can check on other users’ profiles, walls and photos. Get the app from the App Store for $2.99!View Article Source »
"Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. It's very fortunate if you can work on just one of these in your career. Apple's been very fortunate in that it's introduced a few of these." ---Steve Jobs, CEO Apple
iPhone is called a smartphone for the obvious reason that it has smart features. You can make calls, sent messages, play games and browse the Internet using a single device. It runs under the iOS platform and user can access the exclusive App Store where applications and games can be downloaded.
Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs once said that:
“Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. It’s very fortunate if you can work on just one of these in your career. Apple’s been very fortunate in that it’s introduced a few of these.”
Jobs was right about it. Apple’s iPhone created a new phase in the mobile phone industry. iPhone has so much to offer that is is sometimes overwhelming. AllWeLike makes things easy for you by shortlisting the hundred apps to top ten.
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