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Navigon: British Isles review

Published on July 7th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

Let’s get something out the way first; Navigon is part of the Garmin brand. It was bought out by the Swiss company some time back but has continued to grow under its own steam ever since, benefitting ... Read More


Pay your own price for 10 awesome Mac apps

Name your price for 10 awesome Mac apps

Published on July 1st, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

How much would you pay for a package of 10 popular Mac apps including Fantastical, Flux and Gemini? That’s exactly what StackSocial is asking with the launch of its latest ‘name your own price’ Mac bundle. ... Read More


Get free stuff from Amazon's Android appstore

Even more free stuff from the Amazon Android app store

Published on June 27th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

Back in April, Amazon ran a promotional campaign to raise awareness of its growing Amazon Android app store. Users could get £2 free credit to spend on anything they wanted. Now the internet giant is running another ... Read More


Rormix startup interview - App Connect Europe

Startup Interview: Rormix – discovering new music

Published on June 25th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

Looking to broaden your horizons when it comes to music? Good news, there’s an app for that. App Connect Europe spoke with Chris Farrell, one of the co-founders at Rormix to find out more about the team’s new mobile ... Read More


SwiftKey coming to iOS, free on Android

SwiftKey goes free, iOS version on the way

Published on June 13th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

Earlier this month Apple revealed plans to support third-party keyboards in iOS 8. SwiftKey was one of the first big players to announce it’s developing for the upcoming OS, and in a shock move also made the Android version ... Read More


London taxi strike grows Uber sign-ups 850%

London taxi strike grows Uber sign-ups 850%

Published on June 11th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

Taxi drivers don’t like Uber much. They don’t like Hailo, Lyft or Taxi Magic either, but Uber has undoubtedly picked up the most attention in recent months as it’s quickly become a popular way of getting around London. ... Read More


Nvidia pulling out of smartphone market

Nvidia throwing in the towel for mobile

Published on May 26th, 2014 | by Andy Eldridge

It’s tough breaking into the smartphone market, just ask Nvidia. The computer graphics company has all but pulled out of the mobile space, citing intense competition as the reason why. The company has been trying to ... Read More

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