20 iPad and iPhone Apps Price Drop – 12 January 2018

iOS Apps Price Drop

Frederic: Resurrection of Music ($ 1.99 $ 0.99+, App Store) →

Tower of Fortune 2 ($ 1.99 $ 0.99+, App Store) →

Grim Facade: Hidden Sins – A Hidden Object Mystery (Full) ($ 6.99 $ 1.99, App Store) →

Millie ($ 1.99 $ 0.99+, App Store) →

The Lost Shield ($ 1.99 $ 0.99+, App Store) →

Iesabel ($ 5.99 $ 0.99, App Store) →

Background Themes ($ 4.99 $ 2.99, App Store) →

Voice Translator Pro (your voice and text translator to/from English, Spanish etc …) ($ 1.99 $ 0.99, App Store) →

Playbex Video Speeder,Speed Up ($ 4.99 $ 3.99, App Store) →

iSaveWeb – web saving tool ($ 1.99 $ 0.99+, App Store) →

iCaller – T9 set, fast, search ($ 1.99 $ 0.99+, App Store) →

Army Fuel Check ($ 1.99 $ 0.99, App Store) →

Drumline ($ 3.99 $ 0.99+, App Store) →

Chromatic tuner and metronome ($ 5.99 $ 1.99, App Store) →

Ukulele Tabs Pro – Utabs ($ 7.99 $ 3.99+, App Store) →

iTooch French as a Foreign Language ($ 4.99 $ 0.99, App Store) →

Voice & Camera translate – Dictionaries Offline ($ 13.99 $ 9.99, App Store) →

Firefighter Jobs ($ 2.99 $ 1.99, App Store) →

iLondon Jack London Collection ($ 2.99 $ 0.99, App Store) →

DistanceMap ($ 2.99 $ 1.99, App Store) →

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What happens when you come to know that one of your favorite iPhone/iPad apps price has just dropped-and available at a huge discount? A loud smile, most likely, comes up along with an opportunity to make the most of the deal!

Our daily edition of the top iOS apps price drop ensures you never miss out on a chance to get your much-awaited apps at less price. As someone who uses iOS devices as the daily driver, you’d love to keep a tab on this post.

On most occasions, the price drop of iOS apps is for a short- period of time. Hence, if you ever find any of your favorite paid apps available at a discounted price, you should get them at the earliest-if you wish to. Enough talk! Let’s take a glance at the top iOS apps that’s gone for a sale today!

The price of iOS apps drops for a limited period of time and is subject to change. The decision to change the apps’ price entirely rests with the concerned developers. At times, the price displayed on this post might differ with the actual price of the apps.

If you like taking the full-advantage of hot offers, keep a tab on our weekly deals and the daily iOS apps gone free posts as well. They will help you not just hack your life to be faster but also save some good bucks.

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Office Depot, OfficeMax temporarily drop iPhone battery replacement cost to $28

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iPhone owners out of range of an Apple retail store can have their iPhone battery replaced at Office Depot or OfficeMax for just $ 27.99 until Feb. 4, with one important caveat.
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Intel details performance impact post security patches, says chipsets incur 6% performance drop

Intel today announced that the security patch fixing Meltdown and Spectre patches incurring 6% performance drop in most modern CPUs while the impact is bigger on older chipsets. The company further says that performance impact should not be significant for average computer users. Intel added that it didn’t receive any reports of the exploits obtaining customer data, but said that it will continue to patch things. The performance impact of the mitigation on 8th generation platforms (Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake) with SSDs is small across a variety of workloads and the expected impact is less than 6%, but in some cases, the impact might vary up to 10% depending on the nature of use cases.   The performance impact on 7th generationGen Kaby Lake-H mobile platforms is close to 8th with 7% drop on the SYSMark2014SE benchmark. As for the 6th generation Skylake-S platform, the impact might be slightly higher ranging from 7% to 8%, but mostly in-line with 7th and 8th generation platforms said Intel. The company said that in the coming week it will offer a representative set of data for mobile and desktop platforms that were launched within the past five years. The company assured that it will work on creative solutions with our industry partners …
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Smart Kitchen startup Drop closes $8M Series A

Smart Kitchen company Drop raised $ 8M in Series A funding. The round was led by Alsop Louie Partners with participation from Frontline, WI Harper and Irish celebrity chef Ross Lewis. The latest funding brought Drop’s total funding to $ 12M.

Drop Recipes iOS app

Drop’s core products are smart scale and the Drop mobile app. The weighing scale is a wireless gadget that can be used for accurate weighing from 6kg to under a gram. The scale’s battery is said to last up to a year of normal use. The app, on the other hand, is used to access interactive step-by-step recipes. It also proposes ingredient substitutes. In fact, the startup touts recipe rescaling and ingredient substitutions as one of the two differentiating factors of Drop’s smart kitchen products.

Drop’s connected kitchen scale works seamlessly with the Drop Recipes app.

The startup plans to use the current funding to further develop its software platform called the Drop KitchenOS. The OS is intended to support other smart kitchen products from companies such as Bosch and GE.

The celebrity chef Ross Lewis praised Drop’s technology. “When I saw Drop’s app, I knew it was the future and I wanted to integrate it into our kitchen here. I am working closely with the team to share my culinary expertise to guide all future developments, and look forward to adding recipes myself,” said Lewis.

You can view a list of other connected kitchen devices here.

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HTC ends poor year on a low note: revenues drop to lowest level in 13 years

HTC ended 2017 on a low note – December saw revenues of NTD 4.02 billion or $ 136 million dollars. That’s a sharp drop of 29% compared to November and an even worse 37.3% compared to December 2016. Note: this are unaudited numbers. The HTC U11+, which might have been Google’s Pixel 2 XL in another life, went on sale in December but did not help to reverse HTC’s downward trajectory. 2017 was a poor year for the long-time smartphone maker. Its total revenue for the year was NTD 62.12 billion ($ 2.1 / €1.8 billion), the lowest number in the last 13 years. That was back in the O2 XDA…

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