14th July 2012
Bullet-time iOS shooter Max Payne Mobile is now connected to the cloud, thanks to a recent update which adds extra save options, plus a few control tweaks. The classic third-person shooter, which was the first game to popularise the slo-mo bullet time effect, dived onto the App Store back in April. Now, Rockstar has added iCloud support to the popular title, allowing you to sync your save files across all of your iOS devices.
After years of sitting back and letting third-party apps tackle the issue of podcast management, Apple has finally stepped up and provided its own solution in the form of new app Podcasts. With a few quick taps, you can stream any of the thousands of 'casts available online. You can also subscribe to your favourites directly within the app, ensuring you never miss a single show.
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