NBC has updated their app for the iPad and iPhone, finally adding a feature many users had been longing for: AirPlay of episodes from the app to the Apple TV.
Adobe has finally released an iPad version of its photo editing software Lightroom. Lightroom mobile for the iPad allows photographers to edit and organize photos from their iPad. The app requires a subscription to both Adobe’s Creative Cloud, and Lightroom 5 to operate.
Are you a traveller? Do you use a lot of travel-related apps on your iPhone? If so, you might want to “fly” over to the App Store and land on the Expedia app page. Expedia is offering some paid travel-related apps free, via their app’s Media Lounge feature.
Microsoft announced today the Office for iPad apps – Word, Excel, and Powerpoint – have collectively been downloaded 12 million times in their first week of release.
Pebble has released an update to its Pebble Smartwatch app. The company had released a version on Monday that was pulled after users complained that it was crashing immediately upon starting.
While Facebook is a great place to keep up with family and friends, wouldn’t it be great to have a private place that works much like Facebook for you, your family and friends, but is completely private, and that you completely control? Enter Family Wall.
Flexibits has finally brought their popular calendaring app Fantastical 2 to the iPad, and it looks terrific. The app includes an integrated calendar and reminders list, a revamped calendar parser, dictation feature and more.
Apple has updated its iWork office suite across all platforms today, including Mac, iOS, and iCloud. The iCloud versions were the first to get an update, and now the Mac and iOS updates are also beginning to show up.
Watch as the Filmmakers Behind ‘Noah’ Control a Huge Overhead Rain and Lighting System With Just an iPad
The special effects geniuses behind the new biblical epic Noah needed to control a huge overhead artificial rain and lighting rig that could deliver 5,000 gallons per minute of water and could turn night into day. How did they control all that? Why, with an iPad, of course!
Just one day after their release, Microsoft’s Office apps, (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), sit atop the App Store charts as the top three free apps in the store. Microsoft’s recently redesigned OneNote sits in the number four spot.
As a followup to the debut of Office for iPad, Microsoft has dropped subscription requirements for the iPhone version of the office suite.
It was often reported that the main sticking point that prevented Microsoft from releasing their Office suite on the iPad was the fact that Apple would get a 30% cut of any in-app sales of Office 365 subscriptions. Apparently Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella, is more comfortable with that idea.
The full Microsoft Office suite of apps – Word, Excel, and Powerpoint – are now available for download for the iPad in the App Store. The apps are a free download, but it will cost you a subscription to Microsoft’s Office 365, ($99 a year), in order to use the app’s editing functions.
Microsoft Office for iPad has long been rumored to be in development, and today, Microsoft has finally confirmed the release of the office suite for the Apple tablet. Microsoft Office for iPad goes live in the App Store as of 11AM Pacific time, today – Thursday, March 27, 2014.
Robots & Pencil, a company that usually makes their daily bread developing mobile apps for others, is preparing to launch a new development platform on the Mac that they say reimagines Apple’s Hypercard platform of yesteryear, and allows non-developers to create and publish native apps for the iOS mobile platform.
Apple Updates iTunes Movie Trailers App – Includes Release Notifications, Rotten Tomatoes Reviews, More
Apple has updated their iTunes Movie Trailers app for iOS. New features in version 1.4 include a notification system to alert users when a movie is released in theaters, in-app critic reviews from Rotten Tomatoes, and more.