New Moga's "Ace Power" iOS 7 Game Controller Now Available

Android devices are quite useful when it comes to creating digital frames out of existing images, but knowing where to begin and which photos to select for the purpose can be challenging unless … you make use of the newly released Dayframe app.

This app doesn't only depend on your local images, but also uses Tumblr, Google+, Dropbox, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to create a frame. And best of all, it functions when you’re not using the device.

How to use Day-frame for Android.

After downloading and launching the app, you can get started by signing in to the services from where you want the app to take photos. Next, you can select additional streams that are present in the form of categories. Some of the options available at this point include Geek culture, gaming, graphic design and more, but you can only select three from all the given options.

TouchArcade’s Eli Hodapp was able to go hands-on with the new controller. And although he notes that it’s an important step forward for iOS gaming, and there are many things to like about the accessory, he points out several major caveats:
“Even in the best games, rough edges are everywhere when using an iOS 7 controller. Virtual buttons still persist on screen regardless of whether or not you’re using a controller in most of the games I’ve tried. I’ve been the most excited for the potential of Bluetooth iOS 7 controllers, and having one that uses the Lightning port is vaguely disappointing because of the limitations it imposes.
The latency introduced through AirPlay is substantial, and I can’t imagine anyone playing a game on their TV via AirPlay using a controller for anything past the initial “Huh, well that’s neat,” sensation. It’s “playable,” in massive air quotes, but isn’t a great experience by any means.”

Developers of popular games will be updating their games to support the new iOS 7 game controller.

Of course, all of this will get better with time. The hardware will improve, and game support should improve now that actual hardware is available. In the meantime, if you’re interested, you can pick up the Ace Power from Moga for $99.


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