You Can Now Play Usain Frickin’ Bolt, The Fastest Human Alive, In ‘Temple Run 2′

Who better to star in the world’s most famous endless runner than the world’s fastest runner? That’s Imangi Studios’ latest stroke of genius: they’re now offering Olympic world record runner Usain Bolt, that stroke of greased lightning himself, as a playable character in Temple Run 2. For a limited time only, Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt […]

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Wunderlist Gets Tags, File Attachments And Proper Search

Wunderlist v2.2 adds two big new features to the rather beautiful cross-platform todo app; one great improvement and a slew of fixes. And it might even change how you use the app. Fist up is file attachments. If you sign up for a $5-per-month pro account, you can now attach files to both the Mac […]

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Manually Update Your Apps In iOS 7 Beta [iOS TIps]

A promising feature of the upcoming iOS 7 is the automatic updating feature for apps. As Senator John McCain knows, manually updating ever sigle app on your iOS device–especially as you start to collect a bunch–can be a real time sink.

Fortunately, iOS 7 beta has the ability to just let all your apps update in the background, automagically, with nary a trip to the App Store UPdates tab to waste your time. HOwever, if you want to be able to pick and choose which apps to update, you’ll need to make a trip to the Settings app.

Launch Settings with a tap, and then scroll down to the iTunes & App Stores button. Tap it to go to that specifici preference screen, and then scroll down to the Automatic Downloads area. You’ll see the already in place Music, Apps, and Books auto-update toggles, and then you’ll see a new one: Updates. This is set to ON by default.

To turn off automatic updating for your apps, tap the toggle to OFF, which will change the toggle from a bright green to a pure white. There you go; no more automatic updates.

Now you’ll be able to hit the Updates tab in the App Store App to choose which apps to update, just like you do not in iOS 6.

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Infinity Blade II Goes On Sale For $0.99 Until June 30th [Deals]

Chair Entertainment has kept Infinity Blade II fans fed with a steady supply of great updates for what many consider one of the best looking games on the App Store.

If you haven’t tried battling your way through the castle in Infinity Blade II there’s never been a better time to give it a shot than now, as Chair just dropped the price to a buck. The Summer Kick-Off sale for Infinity Blade II ends on June 30th after which it will go back to its full price.

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Woz: I Don’t Hate The Jobs Movie, But Steve Wasn’t The Saint You Think He Was

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak famously slammed the one-minute teaser for Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs biopic and its script back in January, but that doesn’t mean he has a hatred for JOBS before he’s even seen it. In fact, Woz says he’s open to it as long as it’s entertaining and inspirational, and accurately portrays what really happened during the early days of Apple.

But he’s concerned the movie will depict Steve Jobs as a saint who was immune to failure.

“I allow a lot of artistic interpretation for the sake of entertainment and inspiration, as long as the implied meanings of the scenes are accurate,” Woz told Gizmodo’s Jesus Diaz. “I can’t judge that until I see the film.”

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“I have a little bug in me that says that this movie will portray Steve as a saint who was ignored, rather than one of the key people who led Apple through failure after failure (Apple ///, LISA, Macintosh) while the revenues poured in from the Apple ][ that Jobs was trying to kill,” Woz added.

“The Macintosh market was created in the 3 years after Jobs left, with a lot of effort, by some who Jobs disdains.”

Woz acknowledges that Jobs did do great things at Apple, like the iTunes Store, the iPod, Apple’s retail stores, and more recently the iPhone and the iPad. And he concludes that Apple could have used “later Jobs” with all of his experience during its early years.

Source: Gizmodo

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Photosmith 3.0: Sort, Sync And Tag Your Lightroom Photos, Right There On Your iPad

Lightroom-using, iPad-owning readers might remember an app called Photosmith. It promised to let you sync your photos ’twixt iPad and Lightroom and let you add tags, keywords and metadata, as well as selecting picks and rejecting the crud before syncing everything back again.

The trouble was, it was confusing as hell, and crashed every few button taps. Now we have version 3.0, and it is everything the original tried to be. In fact, it’s pretty great.

Existing users can grab the app for free, which is good as the previous versions certainly weren’t worth the $20 price. The basics of the app are as follows (you’ll need to be running Lightroom on the same Wi-Fi network as the iPad running Photosmith, and you should have installed the free LR plugin):

The sync works both ways, so you can either create a Publish collection on yur Mac and sync it to the iPad (pictures stay in Photosmith and don’t touch the Camera Roll), or you can import photos to the iPad (from your camera via camera connection kit) and go from there.

Then, you just flip through the photos (in loupe, grid or fullscreen views) and add keywords, star ratings and color labels. If you’re running LR4 or later, you can also set the “pick” and “reject” flags.

When you’re done, you sync with Lightroom again and the changes are all synced up. This part is really quick – the initial sync can tie a bit longer as you need to transfer the JPG previews over the network.

The main differences are that a) the app is not longer confusing; b) it doesn’t crash nearly as often as before (it has died on me only once so far); and c) it’s now a joy to use. Even on the iPad mini it speeds along, letting you very quickly tag and rate the photos.

Speaking of tagging, the interface actually makes it easier to do in Photosmith than in Lightroom. You can quickly create new tags, make trees or hierarchical tags (People>The Lady) and apply tags to multiple photos at once.

There’s a lot more here too. You can import photos to Photosmith from the camera roll, or you can link them (saving space). You can also create collections and even work with Dropbox and other online storage services. I’m still digging in to the rest of the app, but from what I see so far, even the basic stuff is worth the $20 price.

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Pros, Airs, iOS 7, Mavericks: Don’t Miss Our Full WWDC Recap On Our Special Edition CultCast

This time ’round on CultCast: iOS 7 debuts to a standing ovation, but some aren’t in love; OS X 10.9 Mavericks will have you rewatching Top Gun, we’ll highlight the new features; new MacBook Airs get insanely long battery life and more power; and Apple resurrects the rumored Mac Pro to uproarious applause—it’s our complete WWDC coverage on this very special episode of the CultCast.

Join us as we review all the great stuff Apple announced in the glorious 90-minute event know as WWDC. Stream or download new and past episodes on your Mac or iDevice by subscribing now on iTunes, or hit play below and let the good times roll.

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Apple Posts Full WWDC 2013 Keynote Online

It’s only been moments since Apple ended its WWDC keynote, and the entire show is already available for streaming online. You can visit Apple’s website to stream the full 120-minute ordeal in all of its glory. The video file should also be hitting Apple’s podcast feed any moment now.

Apple’s live-streamed the event, but if you weren’t able to watch as it was happening, you can get caught up now. Streaming from Apple doesn’t necessarily work well in all browsers, so your best bet is Safari.

Don’t forget to also check out our mega roundup of everything Apple announced today.

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The Best Shots Of OS X Mavericks’ Real Life Inspiration [Gallery]

Rather than trying to invent some new big game cats to name the next version of OS X after, Apple has decided to start naming OS X after places in California which have inspired the company.

The first location Apple has used as inspiration for OS X is Mavericks, CA, an infamous surf spot in Northern California where waves routinely crest at 25 feet.

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Watch iOS 7 In Action In These Incredible Videos Of Every Major New Feature

iOS 7 has been radically redesigned, and there’s going to be a lot of acclimiatization to the new brighter, more vibrant design.

That’s why Apple has posted a new site which allows anyone to preview the new operating system in their browser, with tons of videos of iOS 7′s new features, like Control Center, Notification Center, Multitasking, iTunes Radio, AirDrop, Siri and more.

If you want to see what iOS 7 is going to look like in your hand come fall, this is where you should start familiarizing yourself with Jony Ive’s radical new OS.

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