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Inglorious Apps pulls support for webOS
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Nov 20, 2012
Much famed and long time webOS app developer Inglorious Apps is officially pulling support for their webOS apps as can be seen in all of their app descriptions in the webOS App Catalog. This isn...
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by Adam Marks
Jun 01, 2012
Glimpse by Inglorious Apps is an app that bring multitasking to a whole new level on your TouchPad, literally allowing you to run multiple mini-apps (called "widgets") by splitting the...
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by Adam Marks
Apr 25, 2012
Glimpse by Inglorious Apps is an app that bring multitasking to a whole new level on your TouchPad, literally allowing you to run multiple mini-apps (called "widgets") by splitting the...
Glimpse widget selection
TIP
by Adam Marks
Apr 20, 2012
Glimpse by Inglorious Apps is an app that bring multitasking to a whole new level on your TouchPad, literally allowing you to run multiple mini-apps (called "widgets") by splitting the...
Dock taking Exhibition-style Enyo to iPhone and Android
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Apr 02, 2012
Perhaps one of the coolest features webOS users have enjoyed since webOS 2.1 has been Exhibition mode. There is something inherently awesome about having your device do something useful during...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Sep 14, 2011
Glimpse, by Inglorious Apps, is one of the most popular apps built for the TouchPad to date, and there really is no wondering why. Not only does it bring superb multi-tasking capability to the...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 25, 2011
Promo codes are fun and wonderful things. There’s a reason we give away a whole slew of them every week (this week: 20 copies of NDrive GPS navigation!). After practically giving away their...
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by Adam Marks
Jul 30, 2011
We all know that the webOS and the TouchPad are the kings of multitasking when it comes to tablets, but you can now take that one step even further by purchasing Glimpse by Inglorious Apps....
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by Derek Kessler
Jul 28, 2011
Last week, Esteban's home was broken into and his computer, television, and game console were stolen. Thankfully, nobody was home at the time and he had his TouchPad with him. Now, the TouchPad is...