Fruit Ninja for iOS both for iPhone and iPad is free today. Download it now
Apple ditched Google Maps in the upcoming iOS 6 to be released on Sept 19 worldwide. The big A will be deploying its own mapping app simply called Maps, same name but different back-end. Maps got some good set of features from 3D flyover, turn-by-turn navigation, traffic and local search. You can use these features if you live in the US and other countries listed here. Unfortunately if you live in the Philippines we can only use some of the goodies.
Here are the only features we can use here in the Philippines
I’m happy that we can still use Directions and thats good enough for me. I’ll just use Waze with my turn-by-turn navigation needs. By the way, since Apple will have its own mapping app, we can expect Google releasing a standalone Google Maps app for iOS.
The Philippine iTunes Store is limited to buying iOS apps only. Many of the prime features are not available due to copyright reasons. Here are the five reasons why you might need a US iTunes account.
Wall of Video provides an easy way playing thru a wall of movie and TV posters. It’s a clever idea because many times we remember the poster art work than the movie titles. Obviously Wall of Video library comes from Apple because when you click on the download button it directs you to the iTunes Store.
This app is available on both iPhone and iPad as a universal app.
UPDATE: Not all of the videos comes from Apple
If you are an Engadget fan you’ll love this free magazines at the Newsstand, the title is Distro. I’m not sure why but head on to your iOS Newsstand to download it while its free. There are 20 editions to enjoy.