iOS 9.1 was just recently sent out to public beta testers and here’s what’s new! You can now flip someone the middle finger via emoji! You can also send someone a burrito emoji, as well as others. iOS 9.1 lays the groundwork for some of the new features on the iPhone 6S. The most notable is the addition of the new emojis, though. So go check them out in the video below! If you want iOS 9.1 for yourself, either way until it’s officially released or sign up for Apple’s public beta system on their site.
Apple has just released iOS 9.1 Public Beta 1 for all of you testers out there! iOS 9.1 includes a lot of new features (and is about 1.4 GB download size). Features include but are not limited to: iPad Pro features, support for new accessories such as the Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard, and also support for Unicode 8. There are some awesome new emojis for you to check out including the middle finger, a burrito, and a unicorn face!
This is an OTA update, so if you’re a public beta tester, just go to Settings > General > Software Update and check it! It should be waiting for you.
As far as we know, iOS 9.1 will be released in November following the iPad Pro launch.
Today, Apple announced the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus at the “Hey Siri” media event in San Francisco. These new iPhones come jam packed with new technology like Apple’s A9 processor, M9 motion coprocessor, 3D Touch, a 12-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front camera, faster Touch ID, Live Photos, stronger glass, a new 7000 series aluminum, and a new Rose Gold color option.
If you want to get your hands on one of these new devices, you will be able to pre-order one beginning Saturday, September 12, 2015 at 12:01 AM.
You can find all of the information on Apple’s site, it’s jam packed with more information than is here, so check it out!
Minecraft PE version 0.12.1 is now out on the iOS App Store! Go pick it up, it’s the BIGGEST update in Minecraft Pocket Edition history! It adds the Nether, Hunger, Experience, and much more! Check out our video below for more information.
Minecraft Pocket Edition iTunes App Store Description:
Our latest free update includes the Nether and all its inhabitants, enhanced weather effects, cross platform play with Windows 10 Beta Edition, revamped controls, and lots more.
Minecraft is a game about placing blocks and going on adventures.
Explore randomly generated worlds and build amazing things from the simplest of homes to the grandest of castles. Play in creative mode with unlimited resources or mine deep into the world in survival mode, crafting weapons and armor to fend off the dangerous mobs.
Craft, create, and explore alone, or with friends on mobile devices or Windows 10.
Minecraft Pocket Edition v0.12.1 iTunes App Store Changelog:
• The Nether and all its inhabitants. Fight Ghasts and make friends with Pigmen
• Cross platform play for up to five players between Pocket Edition and Windows 10
• Revamped touch controls, controller support, and a controller mapping screen
• Enhanced Weather effects! Accumulating snow and more
• Ocelots! Try taming one with a fish
• Experience, Anvils, Brewing, and enchantments. Time to up your game, crafter
• Golems. We recommend you approach with caution
• Flower pots. We recommend you fill them with flowers
• Sneaking and sprinting! Express yourself through movement!
• Loads of bug fixes that are too boring to list here
• Lots, lots more!
At about 12 AM today (Sunday), I as well as many other iOS 9 Public Beta users received a system notification stating that a new version of the iOS 9 Beta was available. The message reads: “A new iOS update is now available. Please update from the iOS 9 beta.” The grammar itself is even a little bit odd, especially in the last sentence, unless it’s stating that the official iOS 9 is out now (which I don’t believe it’s coming out for about 1-2 more weeks). Let us know down below in the comments or on Twitter @iTouchAppReview if you’ve received a similar notification. Let’s get to the bottom of this!
Update: If I had to guess, it’s probably an accidental “push notification”/system notification thanks to some intern at Apple. (Just kidding, but it does appear to be some sort of accidental notification). We will keep you updated if/when we find out any more information! Follow us on Twitter @iTouchAppReview for news/updates as we receive it.
Update 2: Some users are suggesting that perhaps this is a developer update and is not available for an OTA update and must be had from the developer site. This could be true (we haven’t verified it), but it wouldn’t make sense for Apple to push out an update like that to all public beta users. So, still, we’re not sure.
Update 3 [9/6/15, 11:45 AM EST]: Still, no official word from Apple on what went wrong/happened. As stated in comments below, if Apple allows this beta to expire before users are presented with an upgrade, it could spell disaster for many iPhones running iOS 9 Beta. At this point, we highly recommend that you back up your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad that’s running iOS 9 Beta. If there is an expiration issue within the next few days, at least you’ll have a recent backup. We’ll be here if we hear more. Drop a comment below telling us your experience so we can see who this is affecting the most.
Update 4 [9/6/15, 4:30 PM EST]: We’ll have to assume this was just a major glitch in Apple’s system. They’ve not announced anything publicly to help users understand what this message was about. We do expect to see an iOS 9 Beta update very soon, though. In fact, with this glitch, it allows us to become even more certain that iOS 9 (full version) will be released on September 9, 2015 at or right after the Apple event.
When Tim trolls you with iOS 9 Beta notifications… 😒 pic.twitter.com/rsJZyTDOuw
— iTouchAppReviewers (@iTouchAppReview) September 6, 2015
Hey everyone! Tons of new games hit the App Store every Thursday, but today we’ve got a pretty cool action RPG game for you all. This one is called Dungeon Legends and it’s hit the App Store today! Check out the press release below:
Valencia (Spain), September 3rd. Dungeon Legends, the true action RPG game from Codigames, is now available for free in the App Store. The game brings the classic action RPG genre to iOS devices.
Dungeon Legends includes a campaign mode, and a real-time co-op mode. Up to 4 players can play in the same mission via Internet connection. Those who look for a real challenge can enter the Arena and play against other players in PvP battles.
Players can also join clans and access exclusive events. They can fight in the clan wars and become the best clan in the world.
Dungeon Legends gives player the opportunity to become a member of the Dwarfs, who descend into the dungeons for gold and glory. In their adventures, players should train their characters, and improve their stats.
There are different skills to unlock, that can be used in the adventures, and in the PvP modes. The players can configure their own character, choosing the skills they want to use before each battle. The skill selector allows players to adapt their Dwarves to the gameplay they are comfortable with (damage, healer, tank, …). The skills can be configured at any time, so players can test new configurations or they can specialize in a skill branch.
“We have worked hard to bring the action RPG experience that was born in the PC to the new handheld devices, and it has been a true challenge”, Codigames’ CEO Francisco Martínez said. “The team has done a great job and Dungeon Legends is an amazing action RPG experience on mobile”.
– Fight real-time battles against other players
– PvP modes
– All the game modes can be played for free
– Ally with your friends to explore the dungeons in the co-op mode
– Chat with other players
– High-resolution graphics.
– Sign in with Game Center to store your game in the cloud.
– Optimized for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Dungeon Legends is available for iPhone and iPad on the App Store. The game is available in English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, and Portuguese.
Codigames is an independent video game studio located in Valencia, Spain. They have developed the tower defense game Empires of Sands, and Schools of Magic. Both games have surpassed 1.5 million downloads around the world, and both games were featured by Apple in the App Store as Best New Games. Recently, Apples chose Schools of Magic as one of the best 15 epic RPG games on iTunes.
Check it out and let us know what you think!
Yup, you read that right. The Alpacalypse is indeed coming. October 1st is the official date the game is set to come out on. Here’s a little bit of information that B-Interaktive has provided:
Do you remember this good old times, when games were just games? No silly in-game currencies. No irritating time limits. Just simple rules, intuitive controls and hard reality.We do.We also love alpacas.That’s why we’ve combined it all into Alpacalypse – new mobile title we’re working on right now. Alpacalypse is a modern game from the 8 bit era. The times when games were arcade oriented, easy to play but hard to master; when what mattered was your skill not willingness to purchase one of the power-ups.We called it an APS – Alpaca Perspective Shooter – featuring addictive and dynamic gameplay, beautiful graphics and cool music. Most importantly though it’s a game that’s fair – you won’t find any in-app purchases that’d favor paying customers here.You’ll find alpacas though. Yes, there are alpacas in this game. It’s a game about an alpaca really. And not just ANY alpaca but Al. Al Pacone, the alpaca.And boy, he’s pissed right now.
It’s time to go back to school, and G5 Entertainment has announced that they’re slashing the prices of 10 of their best games by up to 80% off! The sale runs from August 31, 2015 – September 6, 2015. Here’s a full list with the apps and their links, check it out.
- Tray of crystals in The Secret Society® – Hidden Mystery – 99¢ on iPhone and iPad, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Store and Mac;
- Handful of city credits in Virtual City Playground®: Building Tycoon – 99¢ on iPhone, iPad, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Store and Mac;
- Alchemy Mysteries: Prague Legends – 99¢ on iPhone and $1.99 on iPad;
- Stand O’Food® 3 – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac;
- Virtual City® 2: Paradise Resort – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire, Windows Phone and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac;
- The Cursed Ship, Collector’s Edition – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Mac;
- Spirit Walkers: Curse of the Cypress Witch – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Mac;
- Youda Survivor – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad;
- Build-a-lot 3: Passport to Europe – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad;
- Mahjong Artifacts® – 99¢ on iPhone, Google Play, Kindle Fire and $1.99 on iPad, Windows Store, Mac.
Let us know which of these you’re picking up!
Today we’re taking a look at the Flexishield iPhone 6 Case in the Frost White color.We really like this case due to its nearly-clear back, and its light weight. It’s flexible and has a small amount of lay-on-the-table design to it. It looks great on the iPhone 6 and really lets the beauty of the iPhone stay visible. Check out our video review below!
Today, Google announced that Android wear will now be compatible with iPhone 5 and newer running iOS 8.2 and above. On top of this, and official Android wear app will be hitting the App Store worldwide today [Direct Link]. Android Wear for iPhone will have quite a few features that Android users will be pretty familiar with which include but are not limited to: custom watch faces, notifications, Google Now and voice searches, and of course fitness. It will have support for apps like Google’s Weather and Translate, however iOS apps are not supported, at least with this release.
Here’s a video from The Verge with some more information on it:
Android Wear by Google Inc. iTunes App Store Description:
The Android Wear app connects your iPhone to your Android Wear watch. Once connected you’ll receive notifications from all your iPhone apps, right on your wrist, as well as timely information from Google Now (like traffic alerts, weather and flight status). You can also use the Android Wear app to configure your wearable device, including which notifications appear on your watch.
Check it out and let us know what you think!