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Tom's Hardware

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Get instant access to the best professional news, reviews, guides and the latest intelligent information on computer hardware, software and solutions.

Tom's Hardware for the iPhone and iPad empowers you to compare and make decisions on what to buy, wherever you are, online or offline. With news, charts, benchmarks, pictures and an exhaustive list of reviews, this is the resource for informed IT professionals and consumers.

- Access reviews and test data on CPUs, Motherboards, Graphics cards (GPUs), storage (HDD, SDD, NAS) and more
- Access news and reports on new hardware releases
- Access to feedback from thousands of other consumers
- Ability to share content via Facebook and Twitter
- Easy to install, no maintenance required
- Preload articles for offline reading

What's New in Version 2.0

Complete redesign of Tom's Hardware app for iPhone and iPad

* refresh the user interface to improve the app usability
* add whole new user interface for iPad
* add pull & release gesture to refresh news
* add navigation buttons to browse the news
* compatible with iOS 5


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Customer Reviews

Enjoy reading articles from my phone but,

I would like to see longer articles broken up into pages, like it would be on your computer, instead of being one huge one, it would make it much easier to skip to certain parts for instance. Also the pictures need to be clearer if you looking at benchmarks for example you can hardly tell which bar is which. For now it's almost better to read things from the desktop site on your phone, although much less convenient.

I never give this bad of a review

I despise this app. You get reading a good article and you can't view any graphs. This is by far the worse feature and makes it nearly unusable. It also refuses to update at times. I will have to delete this app. It's caused to much frustration. I guess I'll keep reading the web version (which constantly forces me to view a mobile version) the lesser of to evils at lease it's easier to get to the graphs from mobile version only few clicks. Don't get me wrong though I love the web site and will continue to read. But a app of this pour of quality for a tech site on the cutting edge of tech news it's unacceptable.


This is the worst app I have ever has the displeasure of downloading. I got it thinking it would be like the website; helpful about anything tech-related. I was wrong. This app is 100% useless for anyone except tech news column writers looking to plagiarize. It is basically just 10 of the most recent obscure and random news stories- No major news here, only small things. And guess what- it's from 2011. No updates to be heard of. I don't know why they think that this app is worth the negativity it brings to the website's name. Pull this app from the App Store and I will consider your IT department redeemed.

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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: News
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.0
  • Size: 1.6 MB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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