Jul 23, 2014
Cult of Mac Blog
Why iPad art is more than a passing fad - though you soon might smell it
But in just a few years, after celebrated artists such as David Hockney have shown their iPad works in galleries, Apple's revolutionary device has come into its own as a canvas.
Adobe Ink and Slide aim to rekindle drawing on an iPad - and make the stylus a vital accessory
The Ink and Slide, which were released in the US last week, are the first hardware products from the company - and could prove Steve Jobs wrong When the iPad launched in 2010, many observers fretted that it was better suited for consumption than creation.
The Lost Art of Doodling
When the Apple iPad debuted, many observers fretted that it was better suited for consumption than creation.
FarmVille Is Back - and This Time, It's Portable
Remember FarmVille? Of course you do. Once upon a time, circa 2010, chances are that you either played it on Facebook or were annoyed by addicted friends seeking your help tending to their crops.
Draw Something Designer Debuts Sneeky, An Anonymous Social App Which Focuses On Photos
Anonymous social networking is the new social media. Developers are attacking the space right and left these days, it seems, despite the controversies surrounding the ethics and morality of these services, which include apps like Secret, Whisper, Wut and YikYak, to name a few.