Entries in 'ipad' (19)
In what is becoming a now weekly MCV story, UK sales of 3DS consoles and 3DS Pokémon games continue to rise as the Pokémon Go obsession continues.
Crazy Craft Mod For Minecraft PC Edition was the No.3 best-selling paid iPhone game in the UK charts during its debut week (week ending April 3rd).
Apple last night unveiled two brand new iOS products, adding yet more options to its already swelling catalogue of smartphones and tablets.
Square Enix’s isometric puzzle platformer Lara Croft Go has been named by Apple as the best iPhone game of 2015.
Minecraft dominates the iPad and iPhone paid charts.
iPhone and iPad creator Apple has just enjoyed its most successful ever year.
Final Fantasy VII is now available for iPhones and iPads on the Apple App Store, Square Enix has announced.
Consumers might be buying fewer iPads, but Apple’s unlikely to run out of money anytime soon.
11 Bit Studios' wartime survival game This War of Mine is now available for iPads and Android tablets.
Don't Starve: Pocket Edition has launched on iOS for iPad devices.
Long-running indie studio Spiderweb Software is going to once again release games on iOS, after abandoning Apple’s platform in April.
A barely publicised feature of Apple’s upcoming iOS 9 could spell great news for owners of 16GB iPhone or iPads.
Sony's TV streaming service Playstation Vue has begun rolling out to iPad devices, with the app being soft launched in select US cities.
The resurrection of ‘90s virtual pet simulator Tamagotchi in the form of an app for Apple Watch has seen it shoot to number one in the paid App Store charts.
Apple has reported revenues of $58bn for the quarter ending March, marking yet another record trading period for the company.
11 bit Studio's wartime sim This War of Mine is in development for iPad devices, the developer has revealed.
Apple faces a fresh security threat with reports that the jailbreaking community has made a breakthrough in accessing newer iOS devices.
£11.9bn – that’s how much profit Apple made in its last quarter, representing the highest ever number for a publicly traded company.
The cheapest price developers can charge for a paid-for app on iOS has been increased to 79p.