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Thursday is always expected to be a busier day on the App Store each week, as several developers release new apps for iPhone and iPad. But when I awoke this morning, I was pretty shell-shocked to realize just how many new high-quality games are now available. While I would normally resort to throwing most of these new titles into App Recap, our daily app roundup, the sheer number of awesome new games merits a separate post this afternoon.

Aerena: Clash of Champions, Supernauts and Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake are among the new games in this massive App Store refresh, which is something that usually only happens around the holidays. We’ve provided game trailers for some of the exciting new games ahead, and we’ll be highlighting even more of the releases in App Recap later tonight. So grab your iPhone or iPad and check out a dozen must-have games ahead…

Aerena: Clash of Champions

Assemble a team of champions and face-off against your friends or opponents in this turn-based tactical combat game, set in the unique Ætherpunk world with powerful masters and champions. Aerena: Clash of Champions is free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.


Supernauts is a social building game in which you join thousands of other players in contests to rebuild Earth, solve puzzles and get creative. The game has a highly social multiplayer environment and simple touchscreen controls. Supernauts is free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake Feeding Time

Feeding Time is a unique puzzle game with frantic gameplay and a papercraft art style, featuring dozens of hungry animals, mighty power-ups, colorful stages, unlockable bonus mini-games and more. Feeding Time is 99 cents on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

Enter a beautiful Origami world and bring it to life in Paperama, a unique puzzle game with several levels to complete. Fold paper sheets to create origami figures, working as accurately as possible to fit the form. Paperama is free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

Across The Table Hockey

Get it on arcade-style hockey action in this same-screen, two-player game that combines air hockey and table hockey into one. Imagine table hockey with the added speed and freedom of air hockey. Across The Table Hockey is 99 cents on the App Store for iPad.

Storm Casters

Desert Fox: The Battle of El Alamein

Take control at the turning point of the battle for North Africa in this World War II turn-based strategy and history desert warfare game. Command tanks, recon units, flak guns and more. Desert Fox: The Battle of El Alamein is $9.99 on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

Farting Felix

Puzzle Tale

Match and build your own kingdom in Puzzle Tale, a new game that combines the simulation and match-three puzzle genres. In the game, you get lands jam-packed with resources to help you make the kingdom thrive. Puzzle Tale is free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

Try out this handcrafted game that is all about catching jellies, with bombs, clocks and electroshock. The fast-paced game involves catching as many jellies as possible in 60 seconds, with power-ups available to boost your score and time. Jellies! is $1.99 on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

Battle Bears Ultimate

Battle Bears Ultimate is an epic single and multiplayer first-person shooting game, featuring awesome graphics and smooth controls. Lead your clan to victory in team-based battles, with unique characters, weapons, upgrades and more. Battle Bears Ultimate is free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

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Exclusive: Ginzametrics Seo Platform Gets New Features, Content Marketing Refresh

GinzaMetrics, one of the more comprehensive Enterprise SEO dashboards out there, has undergone a a pretty large feature makeover, adding new features along with improved usability and speed.

In a another sign that the SEO industry is becoming more and more about content, digital and social media marketing, GinzaMetrics made the changes with an eye toward not only delivering recommendations for site structure improvements and the like, but for optimizing content marketing too.  This comes a week after Moz changed their name and started focusing on analytics.

“The search and content marketing landscape is evolving quickly, and a healthy mix of data and creativity are required if you want to thrive,” said Ray Grieselhuber, CEO of GinzaMetrics. “We are thrilled to be a part of this revolution by helping our customers and agency partners discover the best content to create and optimize.”

The newly designed dashboard provides faster access to SEO and content recommendations. Users can spot the keywords that their content is ranking best for, as well as the content that is performing best or worst in search. This helps users make better decisions and reach a maximum target audience. It’s kind of a “to-do” list for web optimization.

“This new release includes a number of updates based on user feedback, and it’s aimed at making the consumer experience more enjoyable with the brands they engage,” Grieselhuber said.

One new feature helps users see problems in the internal structure of their sites. “Page Indexing and Internal Links Insights” provides recommendations across large websites and builds up graphs of internal links. The tool helps users see which pages have optimized links and which sections need improvements, such as HTTP errors, improper redirects and duplicate page titles.

“The ability to crawl a new site and quickly find duplicate page titles, HTTP errors, redirects and other issues in a prioritized, logical way, has long been a missing feature in enterprise level, cloud-based SEO platforms,” said Erin Robbins O’Brien, GinzaMetrics COO. “It will reduce the need to rely on additional platforms to access this relevant information, helping users save time and money.”

GinzaMetrics is one in a competitive field of SEO and content marketing analytics companies that continue to find users and raise millions of dollars. Some of Ginza’s top rivals include Brightedge and Conductor.

GinzaMetrics also offers competitor analysis so users can see how their keywords and social signals stack up with the competition. It lets users see shifts in their rivals’ search and content strategies. GinzaMetrics is also the only platform that crawls this information daily from search engines including Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex , Baidu, Sogou, and others. Those last two were added in April. The platform lets you customize stats by date range, search engine(s), keywords and more. You can also white-label the reports and the dashboard itself.

GinzaMetrics was founded in 2010 by Grieselhuber. Shortly after the company attracted seed funding from both Y Combinator and 500 Startups, a somewhat rare occurrence. The tool provides its features in more than 120 countries and 55 languages around the world.

Epic Games Store Free Games List

Everyone likes free games, and Epic Games Store knows that pretty well. While the intention behind their offering free games every week might be, well, new gamers coming to the Epic Games Store. But, at the end of the day, it means free games for gamers like us. And quality-wise, the game offerings are great for the most part. Unfortunately, keeping track of the free games weekly can become a little tedious, but this article aims to help with that. We are compiling a list of free games on the Epic Games Store and will update this article every week to help you grab the latest free deals.

Epic Games Store: What Game Is Free Right Now?

For this week’s free game on the Epic Game Store, users can redeem the indie puzzle visual novel Murder By Numbers, and the MMORPG Elder Scrolls Online.

Murder By Numbers is a visual novel that combines puzzle-solving with an interesting murder mystery story. Set in the 90s, you play as Honor Mizrahi, a detective partnered with a robot named SCOUT. You will uncover clues, question suspects, and solve mesmerizing pixel-art puzzles to uncover the answer to mysterious murders. Murder By Numbers makes a great game for people who are bored of online games and want to spend some time in narrative-heavy single-player games.

You can claim this game starting today, July 20, 2023 (Thursday) up until July 27, on the Epic Games Store.

Next Free Game on the Epic Games Store

Up next week, starting from July 27, 2023, at 8:00 AM PST, we will have Homeworld Remastered and Severed Steel.

Homeworld Remastered is the remastered classic RTS title, where you commandeer your own fleet and play through an epic story through the vast spaces. The game features deep strategy gameplay focusing on fleet formations and clever tactics. If you enjoy RTS, Homeworld Remastered is the game to try out. Severed Steel is a stylish fast-paced FPS where players get access to practically every cool thing imaginable on this planet at their disposal. Destructible voxel environments, bullet-time, a unique protagonist, an electronic soundtrack, and fun gameplay. Severed Steel has it all.

List of Free Games Offered on Epic Store (2023)

In addition to bringing you the latest free games, we are also maintaining a catalog of all the games offered by the publisher every year. Train Valley 2 joins the ranks of the following titles:

GameOffer DurationTrain Valley 2July 13 – July 20GRIMEJuly 6 – July 13The Dungeon Of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet Of ChaosJune 29 – July 6The Hunter: Call of the Wild, Idle Champions of Forgotten RealmsJune 22 – June 29Guacamelee 1, Guacamelee 2June 15 – June 22Payday 2June 7 – June 15Midnight Ghost HuntJune 1 – June 7Fallout: New Vegas – Ultimate EditionMay 25 – June 1Death StrandingMay 18 – May 25The Sims 4 Daring Lifestyle BundleMay 11 – May 18Horizon Chase Turbo, Kao the Kangaroo, Against All OddsMay 4 – May 11Breathedge, Poker ClubApril 27 – May 4Beyond Blue, Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna)April 20 – April 27Mordhau, Second ExtinctionApril 13 – April 20Dying Light Enhanced Edition, ShapezApril 6 – April 13The Silent Age, TuncheMarch 30 – April 6Chess Ultra, World of Warships — Starter Pack: IshizuchiMarch 23 – March 30Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of WarMarch 16 – March 23Call of the SeaMarch 9 – March 16Rise of IndustryMarch 2 – March 9DuskersFebruary 23 – March 2WarpipsFebruary 16 – February 23Recipe for DisasterFebruary 9 – February 16City of Gangsters, Dishonored: Death of the OutsiderFebruary 2 – February 9Adios, Hell is OthersJanuary 26 – February 2Epistory – Typing ChroniclesJanuary 19 – January 26First Class Trouble, Gamedec – Definitive Edition, Divine KnockoutJanuary 12 – January 19Kerbal Space Program, Shadow Tactics – Aiko’s ChoiceJanuary 5 – January 12

Cannot Connect To App Store On Iphone Or Ipad? Fix App Store Connect Issues

Cannot Connect to App Store on iPhone or iPad? Fix App Store Connect Issues

This guide will walk through troubleshooting methods to resolve and fix a “Cannot Connect to App Store” error message seen on iPad or iPhone.

1: Retry Connecting

Typically when you see the “Cannot Connect to App Store” error message you will also see a ‘Retry’ button.

So the first thing you should do is tap on Retry button and see if that connects the iPhone or iPad to the App Store. If so, you’re good to go.

2: Confirm Active Internet Connection

Connecting to the App Store requires an active internet connection. Therefore you’ll want to confirm that your iPhone or iPad is connected to the internet either through wi-fi, cellular, personal hotspot via Bluetooth, or ethernet.

If you’re able to access other online services like websites, social networks, messages, etc, then the device is online.

3: Quit and Relaunch the App Store

Sometimes simply force quitting and relaunching the App Store can resolve issues with connecting to it.

So, quit out of the App Store, then relaunch it.

You can learn more about quitting apps on iPhone 11, XS, XR, X and force quitting apps in iPadOS if needed.

4: Make Sure Date & Time are Correct

Sometimes an iPhone or iPad can report an incorrect date or time, which can lead to all sorts of strange errors including problems connecting to the App Store. This usually happens if the devices battery runs to zero percent and is off for a while, but it can happen with other circumstances too, or if someone manually changed the time or date.

You want to make sure the date and time are accurate and correct.

5: Reboot the iPad or iPhone

If your device is online, the date and time are correct, the App Store is online, and you’re still having issues, try rebooting the iPad or iPhone.

How to reboot a device differs per model:

For iPhone 8, X, XR, XS, 11, 11 Pro and newer, and iPad Pro and newer with Face ID; press Volume Up, then press Volume Down, then press and hold Power button until you see an  Apple logo on the screen

For iPhone and iPad models with a pressable Home button: Hold down Power and Home button until you see an  Apple logo on the screen

You can get specific instructions for each device at the links below if you need further detailed walkthroughs for this procedure:

6: Make Sure App Store is Online

Rarely, the App Store servers go down on Apple’s end. This does not happen often, but when it does it can cause issues with connecting to the App Store.

You can check to see if Apple online services are online or are down rather easily using their online portal.

7: Update to the Latest iOS / iPadOS Version

Sometimes updating to the latest available system software version can resolve issues with App Store connectivity, particularly if you’re running a much dated version and your device supports a later iOS or iPadOS release.

Don’t forget to backup to iCloud, iTunes, or Mac before starting any software update.

Did these troubleshooting steps reconnect your iPhone or iPad to the App Store and fix the problem? Did you find another solution for the ‘Cannot Connect to App Store’ error on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch? Share your experiences, tips, and tricks with us!

Cloud Foundry Gets A New Backer In Mirantis

The open source Cloud Foundry Foundation is growing today with the addition of OpenStack vendor Mirantis to its membership roster. The move is a very interesting one for many reasons.

Cloud Foundry has emerged in recent years to become a leading Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) platform. The project which was originally started as an open source effort by VMware back in 2011 and then spun out to VMware’s sister company Pivotal. The Cloud Foundry Foundation itself was officially announced in December 2014, as a Linux Foundation backed collaboration project.

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EMC, HP, IBM, Intel, Pivotal, SAP and VMware are all platinum members of the Cloud Foundry Foundation. In the case of HP, IBM and Pivotal, they all have their own respective Cloud Foundry distributions as well. The addition of Mirantis will see yet another Cloud Foundry distribution added to the mix.

“We strongly believe it is the best strategic move for Mirantis to remain the pure play OpenStack company, and to actively integrate best-in-class outside technologies into OpenStack,” Mirantis co-founder Boris Renski wrote in a blog post. “We do this because it is the best way to give our customers choice in how they architect their cloud, and it applies to the PaaS layer.”

Mirantis has emerged to become one of the leading vendors in the OpenStack space, both in terms of code and money. In October 2014, Mirantis raised $100 million in funding as it gears up toward a 2023 IPO.

Being focused on OpenStack, Mirantis’s goal is to make sure it can integrate technologies with OpenStack. It’s a goal that makes a whole lot of sense. While some of my peers in the media (and some vendors, too) are focused on the drama of who works with who, and which vendors don’t like each other, the simple truth is that at the end of the day, only one thing matters: the customer deployment, and making sure it works, regardless of the vendors involved.

That’s why Mirantis has been a successful business so far. From the very first time I met with Mirantis, the company was all about services, training and helping organizations to actually deploy OpenStack. In the early days of OpenStack, in fact, there was hardly an OpenStack deployment that I was aware off that didn’t have Mirantis’s fingerprints all over it.

Mirantis isn’t betting on a winner in the PaaS race, either. Mirantis also has a strategic relationship to bring the Google Kubernetes project into the OpenStack realm as well. Kubernetes, not coincidentally, is the key container orchestration piece that enables Red Hat’s upcoming OpenShift 3.0 PaaS release. OpenShift is largely regarded as the primary competitor to Cloud Foundry.

I’ve long thought of OpenStack as the ‘Big Tent’ model under which all manner of technologies are welcome. OpenStack itself is at its most basic level a framework and a set of APIs that enable technologies to be plugged in, including compute, storage and networking.

Considering that HP, IBM, VMware and EMC are all members of the OpenStack Foundation already as well, it now seems that with the addition of Mirantis to Cloud Foundry, that OpenStack’s interests will be well represented in the PaaS market.

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at Datamation and chúng tôi Follow him on Twitter @TechJournalist

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What’s New In Ios 11? Hands

We’ve been playing with iOS 11 for the last 12 hours or so, and have been able to experience a plethora of the new features offered by the release. As you might expect, iOS 11 is quite buggy at this stage, but it’s a truly promising release that’s littered with so many new features that it’s hard to keep count of them all.

In this hands-on video walkthrough, we showcase over 100 of the new items and changes found in iOS 11. Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg, so stay tuned for more hands-on coverage in the days and weeks to come.

Some of the items covered in this video

New iPad Dock can hold 15 apps

Continuity and Proactive support on the Dock

How to invoke the new App Switcher

How to remove apps from the App Switcher

No Home screen on multitasking view

How to multitask

How to multitask with Split View

New Split View proportions

Persistent app pairings

Drag and drop URLS, photos, text, etc

Select multiple items for drag and drop

Drag and drop app icons on Home screen

iPad Pro 12.9″ Widgets now only occupy one center column

Video walkthrough

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Instant Notes

Instant Markup

Markup as PDF

Inline Drawing

Scan Documents

New passcode interface

New Lock screen fade in animation

New Unlock animation

New Home screen animation when launching apps

New bold text in Spotlight searches

New signal bars for cellular

Redesigned Now Playing on Lock screen

Tweaked battery status bar icon

Apps in Dock no longer show names

New Combined Siri & Search

Type to Siri

You can disable press for Siri and only use Hey Siri

New Siri Interface

New Siri Voice

Siri Suggestions list of permissions

Siri translation

Customizable AirPods controls

One handed keyboard mode

Smart invert color option in accessibility

New location bar when apps access location

Health Data now saved in iCloud

No longer use 32-bit apps

Hidden volume HUD

Switch between keyboards when dictating

Flac Playback support

Quick share screenshots

Easily convert and markup to PDF

New Calculator icon

New Calculator UI

New iTunes Store icon

New App Store icon

New redesigned App Store

New redesigned app pages

New purchase overlay

10 taps to refresh no longer works

New Files app

iCloud file sharing now possible

Set seconds for Timers

Messages on iCloud

New QuickReply Keyboard

New interface for iMessage apps

Two new message effects

Slightly redesigned Weather app UI

Redesigned Podcasts app to match Apple Music

New Music app sharing features

Slightly redesigned Safari app UI

New video playback control UI

Safari View Controller UI tweaks

Safari: Updated scrolling behavior

Notes: New table options

Notes: Updated Swipe option UI

Notes: Pinning

Notes: change Paper Style

Notes: New typeface

Notes: New formatter UI

Search handwritten notes

Take Live Photo while on FaceTime call

Tap on your PiP while on a FaceTime call to switch cameras

Live Photos: Adjust Key Photo

Trimming Live Photos

Live Photo effects

Photos app supports GIFs

Watch Memories in Portrait mode

Create custom watch faces

Phone app UI changes

Auto-Answer phone calls

Mail app UI changes

New Settings app heading

Background refresh options

Backing up warning message when erasing iPhone

New Shut Down option in Settings → General

New Accounts and Passwords

Prevent cross-site tracking

New Emergency SOS option

New wallpaper

New Touch ID and Passcode PIN interface

Offload Unused apps

New Phone storage settings pane

Auto-join option in Wi-Fi Settings

New persistent banner notification option

New customizable Control Center

New Cellular Data toggle

New Personal Hotspot toggle

New Screen recording feature

Control Center Apple TV Remote

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