Apple expresses its third-party apps

Apple does allot for its customers, be it the iPhone 5, iOS 6, iTunes 11 and also the couple of new iPods. All are there but what will happen if you’re planning to party. How will your iPhone 5 be your supporter when you are in a fun mood? Don’t worry as said that Apple “does allot for its customers”, the third-party apps are now for its users:

Clumsy Ninja

This is a Natural Motion product; it’s silly but efficient for your entertainment. It is almost similar to Talking Tom Cat but definitely without a fine creative streak by Apple it can’t be its style. It has a brainless Ninja who stands straight to be giggled by you. This game basically aims at increasing your Ninja tact. Also you can do allot with your Ninja, turn him around play with him, grab his appendages; in short you can enjoy every bit of it. Glimpse of this game and its advanced AI technology running on the A5-powered iPop Touch. 

Real Racing 3

EA has given a great product to the market. So it has come-in with it’s all the gaming series. Racing 3 will be purely a graphical art when it comes on your iPhone 5, that too with smooth graphical frame rate. Not only these reflections, the rear view mirrors in short all of them make it a pure packet of entertainment added with realism. And I can confidently bet that you won’t find such real graphics on any other racing game. The biggest spirit that it gives is that, you can now challenge your friends with the Apple’s Game Centre and thus enjoy gaming even well.


Phil Schiller, Apple Senior Vice President has even mentioned the updated apps for CNN and the best is restaurant reservation service OpenTable. As in no big features have been hitted, but both just restricts to iPhone 5. Also those apps, which still lacks behind from being updated will be showing black borders. So now you can easy make out, the updated apps.

Also new Google-made You Tube app, is what that needs to be mentioned. Though it’s still not in the market, it may take time but above all the news is there in the market. Google has surely let this news out keeping iPhone5 and iOS 6 in mind. Let’s see when the news comes in.

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