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LowestMed iOS App Review

LowestMed app on ios is a must have app, an app that I use on a daily basis and one that actively saves money for my patients and their families.

Only a week after it’s initial release, Apple has released an update to its mobile software to OS 9.0.1. This release fixes several bugs that were affecting functionality of the OS.

Watch OS 2 was released today and because of this, you’re going to start seeing a lot of apps updating to push out their new native app for the Apple Watch. iTranslate is one of the apps that pushed out their update immediately today.

Apple’s App Store suffered a major security breach over the weekend with the XcodeGhost causing a lot of issues. The malicious program was embedded into hundreds of Chinese apps that were published to the App Store.

After funding their next project “The Frankenstein Wars” on Kickstarter last month, this September Cubus Games is celebrating the 1st anniversary of their sci-fi gamebook Heavy Metal Thunder, and wanted to share a contest with fans to celebrate the occasion.

BlockBear iOS App Review

TunnelBear is a great VPN service that works with iOS and OS X to allow you to have simple, private, free access to the internet. Their service encrypts your connection and provides you with an anonymous IP to protect your privacy while you are online.

If you grew up in the ‘80s, you probably have a soft spot for vector graphics. From the wonders of the Vectrex to TV’s Automan, everybody thought the future would be made of 3D wireframes bathed in neon blue.

The much anticipated iOS 9 update is now available. It is a free software update for iPhone 4s and later, iPod touch 5th generation and later, iPad 2 and later and iPad mini™ and later. It’s only been a week since Apple announced its launch date and iOS users were eagerly awaiting the update’s availability earlier today.

I remember not too long ago that I really got hooked on a puzzle game called Threes. In that game, you swipe your finger left-right-up-down to move squares around your screen.

I’ve been very fortunate to be able to travel both in my work and personal lives. I am actually one of those people who enjoys traveling by plane and I always look forward to the challenge of meeting my flight’s schedule and successfully navigating airport terminals.

I’ve been using an Apple Watch for several months now on a daily basis. Before that, I wore a Garmin VivoActive for a few weeks and before that, I had a Garmin Vivofit and Vivofit 2 around my wrist.

Starting today, June 30, music fans can begin using Apple Music. This new streaming service was announced at this year’s WWDC Keynote Address on June 8. Beginning at 8:00 A.M. PST, Apple users can sign up for the service, which is free for the first three months and then $9.99 per month after the introductory period.

When the game begins, you are a non-descript explorer wearing a familiar-looking fedora. Your companions are a monster movie pairing of a zombie and a mummy. The three of you sit in a small boat that is barely fighting against a river current.

The second week of June means Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference is happening at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. It’s always and exciting time of year for Apple fans and this year is proving to be no different.

Breach TD was launched on the iOS platform this past week and it really takes tower defense to a new level of gaming. It has an action-packed mix of real-time strategy and MOBA-like gameplay. It was developed by Space Rhino Games and has incredible graphics, furious action and 20 engaging characters to choose from.

Mindnode is a powerful organizational tool that helps you to brainstorm and pull your thoughts together. We are excited to announce that Mindnode has expanded its library to include updates for both its Mac and iOS versions – and they are releasing version 1.0 for the Apple Watch.

Freehold Games’ Sproggiwood is now available on the world’s two most popular mobile platforms! An overwhelmingly cute (and devilishly challenging) roguelike for phones and tablets, Sproggiwood can now be purchased for $9.99 from the App Store and Google Play — free of any in-app purchases or ads. This is as premium as premium gets and a perfect match to the original PC game.

Orderly iOS App Review: The most natural way to create and manage to-do lists. Something I struggled with regularly is…

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