Category: Mobile News


Air Canada rolling out in-flight WiFi on North American flights in May

Air Canada has been testing Wi-Fi on select flights between Toronto, Montreal and Los Angeles with GoGo for a number of months now. The service is currently available on two A319 planes, but according the latest release the two companies are planning “to begin rolling out connectivity across its North American fleet in May,” which



HTC One M8 launch pushed back to April 15th

This is interesting. Many carriers have already started selling the HTC One M8 through “pre-sales.” Customers on the launch partners (Rogers, Bell, Telus, Wind Mobile and SaskTel) are able to score the flagship early and have it delivered to their door before the anticipated April 10th launch date. However, in-store availability could be delayed a


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iOS highlight Walking Dead: Season One comes to Android

Telltale’s Walking Dead: The Game Season 1 has finally come to Android. The winner of Apple’s 2012 Game of the Year has been ported to Android phones and tablets, though the system requirements are fairly steep. The episodic adventure game received critical acclaim for its graphics, storytelling, gameplay and voice acting, and immerses players in Robert



Distiller’s whisky guide arrives on Android

I like scotch, but heaven help me if asked to identify the “dark honey, cereal, citrus, and vanilla” notes in a bottle of Dalmore 12. That’s why apps like Distiller, available today for Android after a brief exclusivity period on iOS, are useful. The app has a wide range of whiskys from all over the



Songza for Android is getting a big upgrade, and you can try it early

There are few apps on Android more in need of a design overhaul than free music streaming service, Songza. Though the app has added Chromecast support and fixed a number of bugs in recent months, the core user experience is very much aligned with how apps were expected to function in the Ice Cream Sandwich era.



Javelin Browser is a great Android browser designed for KitKat

There is no shortage of great Android browsers, from the AOSP project (Chromium), Google itself (Chrome and Chrome beta), to Mozilla (Firefox), Opera, Dolphin and many, many others. Javelin Browser is a relatively new entry into this crowded market, differentiating itself with a unique UI and a gesture-friendly UX. Built on top of the open-sourced


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Adobe launches Lightroom for iPad, requires Creative Cloud subscription

Adobe is becoming quite the nimble services company, bundling its top-selling products into a single $9.99/month subscription called Creative Cloud. Those who choose to spend the money for access to cloud-optimized versions of photo-editing powerhouse Lightroom and jack-of-all-trades Photoshop CC (the CC is for “Creative Cloud” edition, get it?) now have another tool at their



Samsung’s new Galaxy Ace Style tests KitKat’s 512MB-optimized performance

Samsung’s got a new entry-level Android device, and it’s both familiar and intriguing. The Galaxy Ace Style is the first from the company to ship with 512MB RAM and KitKat, testing Google’s claims that the newly-launched OS version is more consistently performant with less system memory. Other than that, the 4-inch device sports a 800×480



Apple: ’87% of devices are using iOS 7′

Apple has once again updated their weekly chart that show iOS adoption. These stats are based are mainly for the developer community and is based on the number of users visiting the App Store. Dated April 6th, Apple says that “87% of devices are using iOS 7,” this is up from 79% in January. iOS