Max out your privacy with Apple

Posted by phil under IPAD, The IPhone Blog on Jeudi avr 30, 2015

These days Apple is one of the only (if not the only) global-scale consumer tech companies that seems to prioritize customer privacy. Apple doesn’t merely keep your personal data private, they increasingly make it harder for them (or anyone) to even collect it in the first place. Yes, even including those snoopy government agencies. Although Apple deeply embeds privacy features across its products and services, many of them only work if you turn them on, and perhaps change a few habits. As an incredibly paranoid security professional who sometimes travels to more… hostile… environments, here are my favorite Apple-centric privacy tips and tricks. Much of this advice comes from knowing how criminals, and even digital forensics experts, recover private data in the real world. Rich Mogull is a renowned security expert, analyst, and author. Founder and CEO of Securosis he specializes in data security, application security, emerging security technologies, and security management. If you let him, he’ll help you keep everything on your IPHONE, IPAD, and Mac safer, more private, and more secure. — Ed Use a strong device passcode iOS is demonstrably one of the most secure computing platforms available. Heck, even the Director of the FBI wants a back door to access encrypted phones, which is one of the best compliments a crypto developer could ever ask for. To keep your IPHONE or IPAD private: Use a strong passcode of at least eight characters, and preferably more. Apple combines your passcode with a special ID embedded in your device’s hardware that can’t be removed, forcing an attacker to brute force your code on the device itself, which puts in special speed limits to slow things down. Even with that extra security, a 4 digit PIN is easy to break in hours or days. An eight-character passphrase could take pretty much forever. Mine is easy to type and remember, but still 11 characters long. Stick with newer devices that have better encryption hardware. Preferably newer than an IPHONE 4s or IPAD 1. Use encrypted backups, and don’t store the encryption passcode in your Keychain. Even if someone hacks your Mac, they can’t access everything that’s on your phone. Although iCloud backups are encrypted and protected by Apple, since the data is stored on their servers with an encryption key they possess, they can technically retrieve your data if forced to. If that’s a concern, stick to local encrypted backups. Use FileVault 2 encryption on your Macs, but use an even better, stronger passcode since Macs lack the extra hardware encryption found on IPHONEs and IPADs. One last tidbit: The first time your iOS device is plugged into a computer, you are asked if you want to trust the computer. By trusting the computer, pairing keys are generated and stored on the computer, allowing the computer to freely read data from that device. A common technique to forensically recover iOS data is to grab those pairing keys. If you want to be super-private, be very careful which computers you trust. Encrypt communications with Messages and FaceTime Don’t want anyone reading your text messages or listening to your phone calls? Switch to using iMessages and FaceTime. Both services encrypt all communications from end to end, in a way Apple could technically subvert, but not without some serious system changes. When you turn the services on your device — not Apple’s servers — generates a set of keypairs. The public keys are stored on Apple’s directory servers, and the private keys in your device’s keychain. When you start a conversation, your device individually encrypts and sends the message to each user’s device. If it’s a FaceTime call, the same mechanism is used to swap a key used to encrypt the protected call. Apple can’t read any messages since they never have the private keys, and can’t listen on any calls. Everything is encrypted from start to finish, on your device. To crack the system a snooper would need to add one of their devices to Apple’s directory, which currently triggers a notification to all your devices. If you use iCloud two-step verification, this adds even another security layer and another passcode is required to add devices. Know iCloud’s strengths and limitations iCloud is a mixed bag when it comes to privacy. The general rule of thumb is Apple minimizes what they can see, but sometimes needs access for core features. If you can see something in your web browser at iCloud.com, so can Apple. Thus although Apple strongly secures and encrypts them, email, documents, photos, and other data are potentially snoopable. Turning on iCloud two-step verification will stop most bad guys, but Apple technically has access if someone forces them to look. This doesn’t apply to the iCloud Keychain. Keychain syncing uses even more complex encryption (at the device level) to swap encrypted entries between devices. Items are encrypted specifically for each device, and only pass through Apple servers briefly. As with many iCloud services, adding a new device triggers a notification and approval request on all other devices. Keychain recovery is more complex since Apple needs to keep an entire copy of your Keychain. By default it’s strongly encrypted using special hardware appliances tied to your passcode. Apple even destroys the smart cards needed to manage the hardware so no one can sneak into them later. But your best bet is to use the \ »cryptographically random security code\ » advanced option when you set it up. Apple doesn’t have this, and you need to enter it on all devices, since now all the crypto happens on your hardware. Even the NSA can’t break it without compromising your device. Turn on privacy options Apple also offers a grab-bag of other privacy options across OS X and iOS: Switch your browser to DuckDuckGo for searches in Safari since they don’t track your habits. (If you use Chrome, you also need to turn off a ton of Google tracking). Siri and Spotlight Suggestions keep a minimal amount of information, tied to temporary IDs (not your Apple ID). Apple does store some of this data to enable features, but you can turn both services off if you want, and turning them back on creates an entirely new ID. Personally, I see this as a low privacy risk for nearly everyone, but it’s a personal decision. Apple tries to hide your iOS device’s unique network address to reduce tracking your location when you walk around (yes, shopping malls and others do this). But turn WiFi off out of the house if you are worried, especially if your phone provider, like AT&T, has a deal with Apple so your device always connects to their hotspots. Limit ad tracking on iOS under Settings > Privacy > Advertising. Even if you don’t do that Apple uses a special \ »Advertising Identifier\ » inside apps that isn’t tied to your name, but is still tracked. Even Private Browsing mode can’t stop all Internet tracking since advertisers and others can still track your Internet address or use much more nefarious tracking techniques. Most ISPs and phone companies track all your browsing as a matter of course. If that’s a concern, consider an anonymization service like the free Tor when browsing on your Mac. Both iOS and OS X allow granular control of what personal data (including locations) apps can access. Don’t blindly approve all requests. Most apps still work fine without access to all your contacts or other information. Apple does track all purchases in iTunes and the App Store, like any digital retailer. Privacy protection I’ve barely scratched the surface of how to protect your privacy online, but this covers most of what I do personally, and why I tend to stick to the Apple ecosystem. Are there any other privacy techniques you like?

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We need VIP for all messaging, not just Mail

Posted by phil under IPAD, The IPhone Blog on Jeudi avr 30, 2015

VIP — very important person — lets you create a separate group and notification priority for the contacts that matter the most to you. Sadly, it’s currently limited to Mail. *Update: Now that Apple Watch has shipped, having VIP as a system-level feature that not only Mail but Messages, Phone, FaceTime, and even App Store communications apps can filter through feels even more essential. * Mail’s VIP feature is great. I can \ »star\ » the people most important to me, thus enabling sound, vibration, and Lock screen notifications solely for them. It’s a great way to make sure I’m alerted when I get email that matters, and avoid being interrupted when it doesn’t. Sadly, VIP currently only exists as a feature in the Mail app. There’s no way to do the same for Messages or any other communication app I have installed. For iOS 9, I’d love to see VIP moved from Mail’s settings to the system level for Contacts proper, so that I can make sure the people who are literally \ »very important\ » get through more easily, no matter how they choose to communicate with me. The line between notification and interruption is fuzzy. To paraphrase a line from The Incredibles, when everything is special, nothing is. When everything gets our attention, we lose the ability to focus. That’s why, right now, my IPHONE and IPAD only beep or buzz when a VIP Mail comes in. That way, I can be reasonably certain that if they do beep or buzz, it’s because something really does need my attention, and in short order. Messages, in contrast, has no VIP setting, making notifications all or nothing. And since my friends, family, and and colleagues use iMessage and SMS to contact me when things are urgent or they need to make sure I see something, I can’t turn those notifications off — it has to default to all. That means, when I get spam messages, including the ones from my carrier, they’re going to clutter my Lock screen. If the VIP feature was system-wide and lived in Contacts instead of Mail, those settings could also apply to Messages and FaceTime. Since Contacts includes social profiles, it could possibly even apply to Twitter DMs or Facebook Messages. In an ideal world, once I set a contact as a VIP, they could contact me using any method available to them and I’d be able to see their message without also having to tune into the notifications firehose. Phone Favorites could also be folded into VIP. Right now, they’re separate lists and, unlike VIP, they don’t sync with iCloud. As such, every time I change to a new IPHONE or set my device up as new, those Favorites are wiped out. VIPs wouldn’t be. (Update: So could Apple Watch Friends, especially if Friends could be made to scale.) Phone favorites currently can be set to punch through Do Not Disturb, allowing me to make sure that, if I so choose, I don’t miss an important call. It’d be just as useful if I could designate anything from that contact as important, so I don’t miss messages or email from them, either. Overall, VIP moving from a Mail feature to a system-level feature for all contacts in all apps feels like not only a more functional solution, but a more consistent one. And that’s why I’d love to see it in iOS 9. Originally published December 10, 2014. Updated for Apple Watch. We’ve filed this as a feature request with Apple’s bug reporter: rdar://19198048.

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Two Namco Bandai game franchises, the space shooter Galaga and the fighting game TEKKEN, get mashed together in a new game for the IPHONE and IPAD. Galaga : TEKKEN 20th Anniversary Edition is a free game designed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the TEKKEN series by putting its characters inside a version of the classic Galaga space shooter. Here’s what players can expect from this odd mashup: Tekken and Galaga are teaming up! Take control of the fighters from Tekken as they join the world of Galaga for a frantic shooting game frenzy like you’ve never experienced! Fight back against the endless onslaught by swiping left and right to blow them to bits! Devastate your foes with incredible team attacks! Fight to take back your allies back from the Boss! If you’re successful the two of you will merge to form one amazing tag team attack! With old school characters appearing from the Namco classic arcade series take out all your enemies in one go! Amazing new characters! Overwhelm your enemies with Lili’s rapid-fire, blast a hole in their ranks with Claudio’s piercing shots, or smash them to bit’s with Heihachi’s giant headbutt! Keep clearing stages to unlock more characters! But beware, your enemies have increased their ranks too. Watch out for King and his squadron of wrestlers! Face the heavyweight triple thread of Bob, Ganryu and Jack! Xiaoyu, Panda and Alisa! And many, many more! It all leads up to a final showdown against the Mishima Family. Can you shoot your way to victory? In addition, some characters from other Namco Bandai games, such as Pac-Man, are available as unlockable bonuses. Check out the best free games you can download on your IPAD Free – Download now

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If you have an Apple Watch, the Activity app lets you track activities and view your progress both on the Watch and your IPHONE. Looking for more fitness data than the Workout and Activity apps on your Apple Watch can provide? Look no further than your IPHONE: All the data you collect on your watch will automatically be synced with a companion Activity app on your smartphone. This is where you can view further information on your daily movement goals and activities, as well as workout summaries and any achievements you’ve earned along the way. Follow along and we’ll show you how! How to view daily progress and workouts with the Activity app for IPHONE Launch the Activity app on your IPHONE. Tap on the History tab to view a detailed breakdown of your activity, including workouts. Tap on the Month view in the top left corner to easily tab through weeks and months. Tap on any day and scroll up or down to view all recorded data from the Watch’s Activity and Workout apps. How to view your achievements with the Activity app for IPHONE Launch the Activity app on your IPHONE. Tap on the Achievements tab to view all the awards you’ve earned so far. Tap on any achievement to see what you did — or still have to do — in order to earn it. Apple Watch Apple Watch help Apple Watch apps Apple Watch buyers guide Apple Watch FAQ Apple Watch news hub Apple Watch discussion */ /*–> */ /*–> */

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Show off your Apple Watch with a custom stand!

Posted by phil under IPAD, The IPhone Blog on Jeudi avr 30, 2015

Don’t leave your gorgeous new Apple Watch to charge out on the table. Get it up and charging with these great stands. Whenever a new Apple product comes out, accessories are sure to follow. Many of us are going to want to display or set out the Apple Watch for charging. Here are our favorite stands to help show it off more elegantly. Most of these are coming within a few weeks of the Apple Watch’s rollout; everyone expects to ship their stand in May. If you’re like me and you’re stuck waiting for yours until June, you’ve got plenty of time to pick out what you’d like and it’ll be shipping by the time your Apple Watch is delivered. Magnetic Charging Cable I’d also recommend buying a spare Apple Watch magnetic charging cable if you get any of these; they don’t include them and you’ll probably want a spare to take with you or put in another part of the home or office. $29 – Order now NightStand Elevation Labs’ compact silicone NightStand comes in three colors – blue, red and black. There’s simple, quick guidance for the magnetic charging cable, making the NightStand a good companion if you want to bring it with you wherever you go. Optional adhesive makes it mountable on vertical surfaces too. Look for it in late May. $29 – Preorder now Luxury Pocket Stand Pad & Quill makes durable, gorgeous leather cases and bags for the IPHONE, IPAD and Mac, so it’s no surprise at all that they’re offering an Apple Watch accessory too. Just as thoughtfully appointed as Pad & Quill’s other products, the Luxury Pocket Stand comes in your choice of hardwood, either mahogany or cherry. A delicately carved inlet rests the Apple Watch’s magnetic charging cable. $69.99 – Preorder now Dodocase Dodocase’s Apple Watch Charging Stand is made of walnut with carved wire routing to keep the magnetic charging cable useful but less visible. Weight in the base keeps the stand in place as you remove and replace the Apple Watch. $79.95 – Preorder now HiRise Looking for more techno, less woodsy? Have a gander at Twelve South’s brushed metal HiRise for Apple Watch, in colors to complement the Apple Watch design itself. Carrying the same clever design principles as the HiRise for IPHONE and IPAD, the HiRise snakes the magnetic charging cable cable securely out of view, displaying the watch at an angle to make it easy to view from nightstand or desk surface. Silicone accents and a leather landing pad break up the hard surface. $49.99 – Preorder now Stand The Nomad Stand is available in Space Gray or Silver made from aluminum. Rubber footing for the watch, cable routing for the magnetic charging cable, and a cable guide out the back. Simple, sophisticated and very minimalist. $59.95 – Preorder now Fuz Dock Fuz Designs, makers of the EverDock and EverDock Duo for IPHONE, is offering an Apple Watch dock too. You can pre-order it for $19.99 before the price goes up to $19.99. The Dock works on its own, but if you already have an EverDock or EverDock Duo, it sits on the back to form one integrated system. Molded in black to match the silicon bumpers on the EverDock itself, also available in blue or white. $19.99 – Preorder now Aluminum Cradle Spigen’s long made quality, inexpensive IPHONE cases, so it’s no surprise they’ll be quick out of the gate with Apple Watch accessories too. The Aluminum Cradle is just as it’s named — crafted of brushed aluminum, with a cutout for the magnetic charging cable. Watch is set at a 45 degree angle to the table surface. A rubberized head piece cushions the watch when it’s set in place. $19.99 – Preorder now Watch Dock Many of us are already familiar with Mophie’s battery cases for IPHONE. If they’re a brand you trust, check out the Watch Dock, an aluminum stand with striking black leather accents. The magnetic charging cable is completely out of the way until it emerges from the back. $59.95 – Preorder now WatchStand You can orient your Apple Watch horizontally or vertically on the WatchStand, which provides interior cable management. The WatchStand sports a base with a raised lip at the front, so you can rest your IPHONE there while your watch is charging. Non-slip base keeps the WatchStand in place. $29.95 – Preorder now Timeless Moment CalypsoCrystal makes lux cases for Apple products, and their stand for the Apple Watch reflects their European designer sensibility. The Timeless Moment is a handcrafted Italian leather arc that comes in orange, black, white or a rich bordeaux red. A hidden channel underneath manages the charger cable. $129 – Preorder now More stands! If you’ve found an Apple Watch stand that you thinks stands out from the crowd, let us know about it in the comments. And make sure to check back as we update this list with more Apple Watch stands. Apple Watch Apple Watch help Apple Watch apps Apple Watch buyers guide Apple Watch FAQ Apple Watch news hub Apple Watch discussion */ /*–> */ /*–> */

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Amazon has updated their Instant Video app for IPHONE and IPAD, adding support for streaming in HD, along with watching video over a cellular connection. You can now turn on the ability to watch video over cellular in Amazon Instant Video’s settings. There, you can set the video quality, and choose to receive alerts when you start using your mobile data. This update also lets you stream in high definition in the app for the first time. You can see the full list of changes below: Watch videos using your mobile data plan Control your mobile data usage settings Control your download quality settings Watch videos in HD Amazon Instant Video 3.0 is available for download for IPHONE and IPAD from the App Store now. Free – Download Now

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Made from a strong polycarbonate, this swivel holster features a textured backing with a horizontal pattern from top to bottom that presents a unique look and feel. The belt clip can be rotated 180 degrees for optimal comfort in any position, too.

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Qui dit Jeudi, dit jour de sortie pour la majorité des jeux de l’App Store. C’est donc traditionnellement le jour choisi pour vous présenter les nouveautés du jour ou récentes. Mieux, cette semaine, c’est juste avant un grand pont, de quoi s’amuser 3 jours au moins ! Vous y retrouverez une sélection des derniers jeux proposés sur IPHONE et sur IPAD. Cette semaine, on note des belles sorties comme Marvel Future Fight, Stella’s Journey ou encore Ys Chronicles 1 C’est parti pour la séquence jeu vidéo, pixels, réflexion et action de la semaine : Marvel Future Fight – gratuit ici sur l’App Store, pour IPHONE et IPAD : c’est de saison, le jeu des Marvels arrive sur l’App Store, action et jeu de rôle au programme Drift Draft Destroy – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : dérapage à fond dans des circuits en vue de dessus Stella’s Journey – 2,99 ici sur l’App Store : dans ce jeu de plate-forme, il s’agit de conduire une boite en carton grâce au vent contrôlé par le joueur, dans une ambiance de conte de fée Basketball Showdown 2015 – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : lancez-vous à l’assaut des paniers Battledots – 0,99 ici sur l’App Store : jeu de stratégie coloré, défendez votre base et attaquez l’adversaire Bears vs. Art – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : un jeu de réflexion signé Halfbrick (Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride) dans lequel il va falloir détruire les peintures dans chaque niveau Byte Master – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : un 2048 en plus évolué ! Chalkboard Pinball Creator – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : permet de dessiner son propre flipper au tableau, puis d’y jouer, de le partager – avec mode multi à 4 The Line Zen – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : restez le plus longtemps possible sur la ligne pour faire le meilleur score ! Sheep Frenzy – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : des moutons fous qui sautent d’une falaise, à vous de les rattraper Un lièvre dans ma cour – 1,99 ici sur l’App Store : en tant que fermier, il va falloir protéger la récolte des attaques du lièvre, dans un décor très riche en pixels Trulon – 4,99 ici sur l’App Store : jeu d’aventure RPG graphiquement travaillé Whirlwind – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : il va falloir survivre en se battant à coup d’épée contre des hrdes d’ennemis ! Wire Defuser – gratuit ici sur l’App Store : jeu de réflexion dans lequel il va falloir sauver le monde, rien moins que ça. Pour cela, le joueur incarne un démineur un brin déjanté. Face à des bombes de plus en plus complexes, il s’agira de suivre le processus de désamorçage Ys Chronicles 1 – 4,99 ici sur l’App Store : célèbre jeu d’action/RPG japonais des années 2000 porté du PC et de la PSP Chouchou Puzzle Adventure – 0,99 ici sur l’App Store : un jeu étonnant, sur le principe du match-3 mais à la fois vivant et surtout en 3D. Pas d’in app, très sympa Crazy Spring Jump – gratuit ici sur l’App Store, pour IPHONE et IPAD : jusqu’ou irez vous dans cette succession de sauts, un jeu dans cette mouvance du zero design Destiny Emerald – 2,99 ici sur l’App Store : Pour IPAD uniquement, un jeu de rôle traditionnel en vue de dessus et … avec pixels apparents ! Amusez-vous bien ! Source Suivez l’actualité iPhon.fr Suivez nous sur Twitter Devenez fan sur Facebook Abonnez vous au fil RSS Vous aimez ? Partagez !

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Mail and package delivery service Japan Post will electronically expand a program to check in on the elderly with the help of IPADs. Japan Post will utilize IPADs and with specialized software with their check-in service as part of the Japanese expansion of Apple and IBM’s MobileFirst partnership. The service, in which Japan Post employees check in on elderly customers, is currently offered to about 100 people for a small fee. By bringing IPADs into the program, the company will be able to check in with more customers more often, hoping for an initial rollout to about 1,000 customers, according to The Wall Street Journal: He said the company would conduct a pilot program starting later this year for six months, providing 1,000 IPADs to older citizens free of charge. Starting in April 2016, the company aims to turn the program into a regular business, although details such as fees haven’t been decided, the official said. Japan Post plans to expand the program even further, reaching 4-5 million customers by 2020. Apple and IBM announced that they were bringing their MobileFirst initiative into Japan last month. The partnership between the two companies originally began in 2014, aiming to improve how mobile devices and software work in enterprise. Source: The Wall Street Journal

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Les actus IPHONE, les app gratuites et les bons plans, c’est avec notre application i-nfo.fr gratuite A noter : Promo flash : Batterie externe portable 10400 mAh, 2 ports USB, lampe à 23,9 euros au lieu de 26,91 15 Nouveaux jeux IPHONE et IPAD dont Marvel Future Fight, Stella’s Journey et Ys Chronicles 1 Promo forfait Red SFR : 6 Go en 4G pour le forfait illimité Dossier apps IPHONE/IPAD : 22 applis pour préparer et réserver ses voyages, week-end et vacances Test du casque de réalité virtuelle Homido pour IPHONE Ajouter de la mémoire sans fil à son IPHONE/ IPAD : des solutions à base de disques durs, clés USB et mémoires flash Wifi … (Mise à jour) App découverte App VeryLastRoom : réservation d’hotel avec carte … Plus vous réservez tard, plus le prix baisse, sous vos yeux! 4 étoiles, gratuit ici VeryLastRoom IPHONE est gratuit ici Baisses de prix temporaires applis IPHONE et iPod touch NAVIGON France : 79,99 -> 39,99 € pour IPHONE et IPAD Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic : 9,99 -> 2,99 € , 4 étoiles sur l’App Store FR , pour IPHONE et IPAD Star Wars Pinball 3 : 1,99 -> 0,99 € , 4 étoiles sur l’App Store FR , pour IPHONE et IPAD Alto’s Adventure : 2,99 -> 1,99 € , 4,5 étoiles sur l’App Store FR , pour IPHONE et IPAD Table Tennis Touch : 3,99 -> 1,99 € , 4,5 étoiles sur l’App Store FR , pour IPHONE et IPAD METAL SLUG X : 2,99 -> 0,99 € , 4 étoiles sur l’App Store FR , pour IPHONE et IPAD METAL SLUG 3 : 2,99 -> 0,99 € , 4 étoiles sur l’App Store FR , pour IPHONE et IPAD Leo’s Fortune : 4,99 -> 0,99 € , 4,5 étoiles sur l’App Store FR , pour IPHONE et IPAD Voici les applications et jeux passés en gratuit récemment et pour une durée limitée . Pensez à vérifier la gratuité lors du téléchargement ! Les applications IPHONE et iPod Touch gratuites temporairement : Lingvo Dictionaries : dictionnaires multi-lingues, mais surtout uen étonnante fonction de traduction des mots directement sur une photo de document, en appuyant le doigt sur un mot, pour IPHONE et IPAD Carmen : la musique prend vie à l’écran, lecteur musical coloré et dynamique, compatible Apple Watch, 4 étoiles sur l’App Store FR, pour IPHONE et IPAD WikiWatch : une app Apple Watch qui donne à tout moments, les informations sur les lieux qui se trouvent autour de soi, via Wikipedia Photo Guard : protégez vos photos des yeux indiscrets avec ce coffre fort numérique Calendoodle : et l’agenda papier rejoint l’agenda nuérique, griffonez et dessinez vos rendez-vous pour chaque jour ! La liberté !, 4,5 étoiles sur l’App Store FR, pour IPHONE et IPAD Cycloramic for IPHONE 6 : prend des photos panoramiques en faisant tourner la machine automatiquement (via le vibreur, il faut le transformateur) Compass++ PRO : des boussoles au design varié, pour IPHONE et IPAD iCalendar : agenda, pour IPHONE et IPAD City Maps 2Go Pro : superbe appli pour voyager avec carte hors ligne, recommandations et tout le toutim , 4,5 étoiles sur l’App Store FR, pour IPHONE et IPAD App découverte Empire Z : bâtissez vos défenses et repoussez les armées d’ennemis et de rôdeurs dans un monde post apocalyptique infecté, en Fançais, 5 étoiles, gratuit ici Empire Z IPHONE et IPAD est gratuit ici Jeux IPHONE et iPod touch gratuits temporairement : Aquamarine HD : plongez pour un voyage sous-marin dans ce jeu aquatique, pour IPHONE et IPAD Game About Flight 2 : shooter en vue de dessus alors … shootez ! – 4 étoiles sur l’App Store FR, pour IPHONE et IPAD Flick Kick Football : glissez le doigt pour envoyer le ballon au fond des buts (dispo ci-dessous en version Rugby et football americain) – 4,5 étoiles sur l’App Store FR, pour IPHONE et IPAD Flight Fight 2 : plus de 90 niveaux dans ce jeu de tir en scrolling latéral App Sponsor Marvel Puzzle Quest : la puissance et l’animation des héros de Marvel dans un match-3 original noté 4 étoiles Marvel Puzzle Quest IPHONE et IPAD est gratuit ici Badabim : une app pour les petits, avec des dessins animés, des coloriages, contes et contines, 4,5 étoiles, gratuit ici Badabim IPHONE et IPAD est gratuit ici Et toujours : Swordigo : superbe jeu d’ation, dans un monde médiéval en 3D, à ne pas manquer – 4,5 étoiles sur l’App Store FR, pour IPHONE et IPAD Montezuma Puzzle 4 Premium : jeu de réflexion, un classique ! – 4,5 étoiles sur l’App Store FR, pour IPHONE et IPAD Mais aussi : Flick Kick Rugby Flick Kick Field Goal Bubble Submarine Cruel Sun BLACKTOWER BlackTower2-RETAKE BlackTower3 Destroy BoxMan VS Aliens Et pour l’IPAD : Ce sera plus tard sur notre site IPAD VIPAD.fr ici Vous avez manqué un de nos billets quotidiens ? Certaines applis sont peut-être encore proposées gratuitement : Retrouvez tous nos billets des gratuits et promos du soir ici sur iPhon.fr Suivez l’actualité iPhon.fr Suivez nous sur Twitter Devenez fan sur Facebook Abonnez vous au fil RSS Vous aimez ? Partagez !

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