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  • Apple iPhone

    by Published on July 10th, 2016 20:25
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    Social games have overtaken the iPhone! Although MMOs like Game of War: Fire Age are at the top of the top grossing game list, these come and go - but Candy Crush and its likes are constantly there, close to the top, and have been for years. Smartphones are the gaming device of choice for today's generation, and casual is the leading game type played on them. But a few years ago a new type of casual game made its way to the top: social casinos. While the top 5 game list constantly changes, social casinos - just like other social games - are always there in the top 10, showing their popularity.

    What are social casinos?

    Online casinos bring some well-deserved Las Vegas action into our lives. To play their games, you don't even have to leave home. You can simply visit the Royal Vegas Australian casino, register an account, and play. The Royal Vegas Australia welcomes players from all over the world, no matter if they want to play for real, of for fun. It offers them the same variety of games, the same excellent support, and the same amazing bonuses, too. With an excellent mobile offering, available both as an iPhone app and a web app, the Royal Vegas is one of the leading mobile gaming destinations today.

    Social casinos try to build on the popularity of the Royal Vegas and its likes, offering a "free" alternative, without boundaries, to the regulated industry. Their games are similar, but with many more social elements, but they can't be played for real money, and they don't pay out real money wins either. They are the next best thing, especially useful for those living in countries where the real thing is not available (like most states in the US, for example).

    The most played social casino games on the iPhone

    Big Fish Casino is constant among the top 10 grossing iPhone apps in the US. The game was built by the Seattle-based casual game developer and publisher Big Fish Games, best known for its "Mystery Case Files" and "Hidden Expedition" series of "hidden object" adventures. Available for iOS and Android, and also through Facebook for desktop play, Big Fish Casino offers its players exciting slots with bonuses and free games, table games, poker, jackpots, giveaways, and some exciting Vegas action.

    Slotomania is another constant, growing head to head with the above-mentioned game. Instead of a wide variety of casino games, Playtika's app focuses on slot machines alone. Its casino expertise probably comes from its parent company - it is owned by Caesars Entertainment, that specializes in hospitality and gambling.

    To complete the "big three", we need to mention DoubleDown Casino & Slots, also constantly in the top 10. Just like the above two, the DoubleDown offers its players a simulated casino experience, but with a twist: it's owned by IGT, one of the world's largest casino game production companies, that supplies most Vegas-based casinos with a major part of their games. ...
    by Published on September 21st, 2015 20:04
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    2. Apple News,
    3. Android News,
    4. Apple iPhone

    Ndemic Creations' disease-based strategy game Plague Inc is No.1 this week in the iPhone charts, and takes second place in the iPad Top Ten.
    Last week the title was No.7 in the iPhone ranks, while it wasn’t in the iPad Top Ten.
    Plague Inc debuted on iOS in May 2012, and an updated version called Plague Inc: Evolved hit Xbox One last week.
    In the iPhone chart it holds off long-time darling Minecraft, though that title continues to top the iPad Pad ranks. Last week’s iPhone Paid No.1, Trick Shot, drops down the charts to No.9.
    Meanwhile, in the free charts, last week’s iPad free No.1, Star Wars: Uprising, falls to No.5 in the free iPad Top Ten, while in the iPhone charts it falls to No.9.
    Below are the App Store game charts for the week ending September 20th:
    iPhone Paid Top Ten Games:
    1. Plague Inc., Ndemic Creations
    2. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    3. Monopoly, EA
    4. Heads Up!, Warner Bros
    5. Storage Hunters UK : The Game, UKTV Interactive
    6. Geometry Dash, RobTop Games
    7. Rugby Nations 16, Distinctive Games
    8. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Rockstar Games
    9. Trick Shot, Jonathan Topf
    10. Earn to Die 2, Not Doppler

    iPad Paid Top Ten Games:
    1. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    2. Plague Inc., Ndemic Creations
    3. Multiplayer Mods for Minecraft, Riovox
    4. Rugby Nations 16, Distinctive Games
    5. Hide N Seek, wang wei
    6. The Sims 3, EA
    7. Terraria, 505 Games
    8. Geometry Dash, RobTop Games
    9. LEGO Batman: Beyond Gotham, Warner Bros.
    10. Scribblenauts Remix, Warner Bros.

    iPhone Free Top Ten Games:
    1. Pop the Lock, Simple Machine
    2. Slow Down, Ketchapp
    3. Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci
    4. 11 Circle, Perfect+
    5. Can you get 11, Perfect+
    6. Score! Hero, First Touch Games
    7. Sky, Ketchapp
    8. Buddyman: Kick 2 Free, Crazylion Studios
    9. Star Wars: Uprising, Kabam
    10. Auctioneer, Cherrypick Games

    iPad Free Top Ten Games:
    1,; Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci
    2. Pop the Lock, Simple Machine
    3. Slow Down, Ketchapp
    4. Auctioneer, cherrypick games
    5. Star Wars: Uprising, Kabam
    6. Agar.io, Miniclip.com
    7. Block Craft 3D, Fun Games For Free
    8. Paradise Bay, King.com
    9. Shadowmatic, Triada Studio
    10. Sky, Ketchapp

    by Published on September 16th, 2015 20:55
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    2. Apple News,
    3. Apple iPad,
    4. Apple iPhone

    The new Star Wars mobile game Uprising was the best-selling free-to-play title on iPad last week.

    Uprising was released on September 9th and went straight to No.1. It was the seventh best-selling release on iPhone for the week, too.
    Meanwhile, Jonathan Topf’s Trick Shot was No.1 in the iPhone Paid Top Ten for the second week running. The title deposed Minecraft: Pocket Edition last week, and manages this once again. that title was No.6 in the iPad Paid Top Ten, up four places from last week’s No.10.
    Below are the App Store charts for the week ending September 13th:
    iPhone Paid Top Ten:
    1 Trick Shot, Jonathan Topf
    2 Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    3 Monopoly, EA
    4 Heads Up!, Warner Bros
    5 Storage Hunters UK : The Game, UKTV Interactive
    6 Don't Starve: Pocket Edition, Klei Entertainment
    7 Plague Inc., Ndemic Creations
    8 The Chase, Barnstorm Games
    9 Geometry Dash, RobTop Games
    10 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Rockstar Games

    iPad Paid Top Ten:

    1 Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    2 I am Bread, Bossa Studios
    3 Goat Simulator MMO Simulator, Coffee Stain Studios
    4 Goat Simulator, Coffee Stain Studios
    5 Hide N Seek, Wang Wei
    6 Trick Shot, Jonathan Topf
    7 The Chase, Barnstorm Games
    8 Geometry Dash, RobTop Games AB
    9 Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, Scott Cawthon
    10 Death Run, Wang Wei

    iPhone Free Top Ten:
    1 Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci
    2 Slow Down, Ketchapp
    3 Matchsticks, Gabriel Silviu Stefan
    4 Can you get 11, Perfect+
    5 Pop the Lock, Simple Machine
    6 11 Circle, Perfect+
    7 Star Wars: Uprising, Kabam
    8 Score! Hero, First Touch Games Ltd.
    9 Block it, Ketchapp
    10 Perfect Shift, Lextre

    iPad Free Top Ten:
    1 Star Wars: Uprising, Kabam
    2 Happy Wheels, Jim Bonacci
    3 Slow Down, Ketchapp
    4 Pop the Lock, Simple Machine
    5 Block Craft 3D, Fun Games For Free
    6 Agar.io, Miniclip.com
    7 Concept Hybrid Car Parking Simulator, Play With Games
    8 Pac-Man 256, Bandai Namco
    9 Infinity Blade III, Chair Entertainment Group
    10 Shopping Jam - Ready, Set, Shop, Sunstorm Interactive

    by Published on August 21st, 2015 22:07
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    2. Apple News,
    3. Android News,
    4. Apple iPad,
    5. Apple iPhone

    Sega’s Football Manager Handheld and the Pocket Edition of Mojang’s Minecraft topped the iPhone and iPad charts respectively.
    Football Manager Handheld 2015 went to No.1 in the iPhone charts as last week’s top spot holder The 7 Second Challenge falls to sixth place.
    Meanwhile, Ninja Kiwi’s Bloons TD 5 and Terraria return to the Top Ten, coming in at eighth and tenth place respectively.
    Over in the iPad Top Ten, indie darling Minecraft is still No.1, with Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 still in second place. Terraria drops out of the Top Ten entirely, while Build Battle 2 enters the chart at tenth place.
    Below are the App Store games charts for the week ending August 16th:
    iPhone Paid Top Ten:
    1. Football Manager Handheld 2015, Sega
    2. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mokang
    3. Storage Hunters UK: The Game, UKTV
    4. Monopoly, EA
    5. Heads Up!, Warner Bros
    6. The 7 Second Challenge, Mind Candy
    7. Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, Scott Cawthon
    8. Bloons TD 5, Ninja Kiwi
    9. Farming Simulator 16, Giants Software
    10. Terraria, 505 Games

    iPhone Free Top Ten:
    1. Score! Hero, First Touch
    2. Ball Jump, Ketchapp
    3. Logos Quiz, Guillaume Coulbaux
    4. Angry Birds 2, Rovio
    5. Puzzle 11, Akihiro Shimizu
    6. Paradise Bay, King
    7. Cooking Mama: Let’s Cook!, Office Create
    8. Cube Jump, Ketchapp
    9. Agar.io, Miniclip
    10. Cooking Fever

    iPad Paid Top Ten:
    1. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    2. Five Nights at Freddys 4, Scott Cawthon
    3. Terraria, 505 Games
    4. Farming Simulator 16, Giants Software
    5. Living Legends: Wrath of the Beast HD, Big Fish
    6. Monument Valley, Ustwo
    7. Football Manager Classic 2015, Sega
    8. Build Battle, Orgonite
    9. Football Manager Handheld 2015, Sega
    10. Build Battle 2, Linal Richmore

    iPad Free Top Ten:
    1. Paradise Bay, King
    2. Score! Hero, First Touch
    3. Agar,io, Miniclip
    4. Fix It Girls – Summer Fun, TabTale
    5. Angry Birds 2, Rovio
    6. Cooking Mama Let’s Cook, Office Create
    8. Ball Jump, Ketchapp
    9. Jurassic World: The Game, Ludia
    10. Jenga, NaturalMotion

    by Published on May 30th, 2015 22:22
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    2. Apple News,
    3. Apple iPad,
    4. Apple iPhone

    Mojang’s blockbuster game Minecraft continues to take the top position in both of the iOS charts.
    It is ahead of Snowman’s Alto’s Adventure, which takes second place in the iPhone and iPad Top Ten.
    Meanwhile, Heads Up continues to perform well in the iPhone chart, taking third place, while 505 Games’ Terraria is No.3 in the iPad Top Ten.
    Sega’s Football Manager Handheld 2015 is still in the App Store rankings, taking fifth and seventh places in the iPhone and iPad charts.
    And Blek, from Kunabi Brother, is back in the Top Ten, taking the No.4 spot in the iPad charts and eighth position in the iPhone rankings.
    Here is the iPhone game Top Ten for the week ending May 18th:
    1. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    2. Alto’s Adventure, Snowman
    3. Head’s Up, Warner Bros
    4. Lifeline, 3 Minute Games
    5. Football Manager Handheld 2015, Sega
    6. Plague Inc, Ndemic Creations
    7. Bullseye – TV Gameshow and Dars, Island Wall
    8. Blek, Kubabi Brother
    9. Monopoly, EA
    10. Angry Birds, Rovio

    And the iPad Top Ten for the same period:
    1. Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Mojang
    2. Alto’s Adventure, Snowman
    3. Terraria, 505 Games
    4. Blek, Kubabi Brother
    5. Til Morning’s Light, Amazon Game Studios
    6. Monopoly, EA
    7. Football Manager Handheld 2015, Sega
    8. Framed, Loveshack
    9. Monument Valley, Ustwo
    10. Tipping Point, Barnstorm Games

    by Published on January 6th, 2015 20:56
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    Fancy a new iPhone, but don't want to be locked in with a specific carrier? Good news: Apple today started selling SIM-free versions of its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Prior to this, you had to choose a two-year contract or buy one of them unlocked with T-Mobile. Thankfully, that's no longer a problem. The SIM-free versions start at $649 for the 16GB iPhone 6, climbing up to $949 for the 128GB iPhone 6 Plus. Apple has taken atad longer than usual to offer the unlocked versions, both online and in-store. Of course, you'll still need to sidle up with a carrier, but at least now you'll have more control over the contract you choose.

    http://store.apple.com/us/buy-iphone/iphone6 ...
    by Published on December 14th, 2014 21:25
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    2. Apple News,
    3. Apple iPad,
    4. Apple iPhone

    Apple has introduced support for PayPal on its online store for UK and US shoppers.
    PayPal was previously only available in Apple’s App and content stores, but now users will be able to make purchases via the online store with their available PayPal balances.

    According to Re/code, Apple is also promoting PayPal’s financing scheme that allows customers to pay for their purchases in 18 monthly installments, with a minimum order of $250.
    Apple's support page reads: “Apply for a monthly payment plan with PayPal Credit.”
    Payments with PayPal can be made today, where customers can purchase a range of Apple devices including the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
    This news comes after Apple launched its own contactless payment service, Apple Pay in the US, earlier this year. The payment allows iPhone 6 users to purchase items by touching their device on a scanner in stores, and so far over 220,000 stores and apps are accepting the payment option


    by Published on November 24th, 2014 21:43
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    6. Nintendo 3DS News,
    7. Nintendo Wii News,
    8. PC News,
    9. Xbox 360 News,
    10. Playstation Vita News,
    11. Android News,
    12. Apple iPad,
    13. Apple iPhone,
    14. Console Hardware News,
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    16. Windows Phone,
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    by Published on September 17th, 2014 22:33
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    Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus went up for pre-order just three days ago, and as expected, they've helped set a new sales record. The company announced today that combined sales of the new 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones topped 4 million in the first 24 hours. While the company hasn't broken down sales by individual models, giving us an early insight into which form factor consumers prefer, it says that initial supply of both units are scarce, which shows people want what the bigger iPhones are capable of offering. To put that into context, Apple saw more than 2 million orders for the iPhone 5 over the same period, but the company didn't share first-day for the combined launch of the iPhone 5s and 5c, which went on to sell more than 9 million units in three days. Given that Apple is pretty much the only phone maker that indulges in obligatory back-patting during every launch window, we're unable to draw much of a comparison against its rivals. However, if you were waiting to grab a new iPhone when they go on general sale this Friday, expect to get in line super early.

    by Published on September 9th, 2014 21:15
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    Well folks, the time for wild-eyed rumors and clandestine reports is finally over -- Apple CEO Tim Cook just officially revealed the hefty new iPhone 6 Plus and its 5.5-inch screen in Cupertino alongside a long-rumored (and handier) 4.7-inch model. This thing won't seem all that foreign if you frequent the geekier corners of the web, but it's a sure sign that Apple wants to give all those other pocket-stretching phablets out there a run for their metaphorical money. The company's live press event is still chugging along (with a sketchy stream, no less), but here's what we know so far.

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