Skybird – iOS App for Skyrim

Serious about Skyrim? You need Skybird.

Skybird HD contains a fully-interactive Map of Skyrim, one of hundreds of different references in the App.

Skybird is an amazingly detailed reference and gameplay App for Skyrim. Skybird takes your experience within Skyrim to the next level, with thousand’s of different Spells, Weapons and Armors included, with full Potion mixing and Ingredients Analysers. And a fully-interactive map of Skyrim.

Skybird and Skybird HD is available on the Apple App store for iOS platforms.

Link to App Store for iPhone and iPod platform

Link to App Store for iPad platform

The links in the menu bar above will take you through all the features of Skybird on both platforms. The video page shows Skybird in action.

Skybird has taken hundreds of hours of development to aspire to the the best, most complete, detailed and fun application for Skyrim. I am certain it will help you to get the most out of Skyrim.


Hands-on with the new MacBook Pro and its Touch Bar | Alphr

Apple has been working on an update for the MacBook Pro series for a long time. Often overshadowed by the more popular MacBook Air, and out-designed by the new MacBook, the Pro line felt like a workhorse that had been a little neglected.Not any more. At its event in Cupertino today, I had the chance to get some hands-on time with the new MacBook Pro, which comes in both 13in and 15in versions. My quick verdict: it’s an amazing machine, but you’ll pay a pretty steep price for it.The basics

Source: Hands-on with the new MacBook Pro and its Touch Bar | Alphr

The latest Lion update breaks Xcode App Validation – fix enclosed

The latest Lion update (10.7.3) causes Apps which are archived and then validated using the Xcode organiser to fail, with the following warning:

iPhone/iPod Touch: Icon.png: icon dimensions (0 x 0) don’t meet the size requirements. The icon file must be 57 x 57 pixels, in .png format

Don’t panic, you are not going mad – there is nothing wrong with your App Icon size – this is a bug as a result of the Lion update. To fix it, download the latest version of the Application Loader from here.

Once it has downloaded, quit Xcode, install the new Application Loader as normal. Restart Xcode, and generate a new archive for distribution. When you validate this new archive, all should be well.