In the first edition of App of the Week, Check out Tadaa – a great camera app that provides the missing link between DSLR photography and iPhonography.
Skype has launched Skype 7.0 for Mac, a redesigned version of its OS X video and audio chat client. The revamped look of the new app is intended to better match the design aesthetic of Apple’s upcoming OS X Yosemite operating system.
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Fitbit has some disappointing news for iOS users who wear its popular fitness trackers. It has no current plans for integration with Apple’s new iOS 8 Health app. The company confirmed its decision in response to inquiries on its customer forums.
Let’s face it. The iPhone 6 Plus is BIG phone. (Its HUGE!) Many users have found they have a bit of a problem reaching their thumb a-a-a-a-a-ll the way over to the opposite side of the built-in virtual keyboard while typing. The Blink Keyboard from Ethan Long Software may be the answer to your prayers.
AgileBits gave some update love to its popular 1Password app for iOS today, bumping it up to version 5.1. The update adds support for the larger screens of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, displaying more information on the screens of those two devices.
Facebook has announced it has closed the deal on its acquisition of messaging giant WhatsApp. The deal’s price tag, originally announced for $19 billion, has jumped to $21.8 billion due to Facebook’s rising stock price over the last several months.
Graphics software maker Adobe has updated almost every one of its iOS apps, and also added a number of new apps to the mix, including mobile video editing app Premier Clip, and brush creator Brush CC.
Deal site Groupon has launched a new app, “Snap.” The app pays user cash back for purchasing specific items when shopping at the grocery store.
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Twitter for Mac has received a much-needed update, adding support for posting and viewing multiple photos in a tweet, along with the ability to attach photos to a direct message.
Just a quick FYI for parents, if you’re relying on the Kids section in the App Store to recommend age appropriate apps for use by your tykes, you might want to think twice about that until Apple fixes a bug that is currently causing the wrong apps to be recommended for various age levels.
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Jawbone has released a new Up app for the iPhone. The new HealthKit-connected app tracks a user’s food intake and physical activity, and then delivers advice to the user based on the data.
Google’s popular crowd-based navigation app, Waze, has received an update. New features include the ability to automatically remember where you parked, the ability to add driving related info, such as if a location has a parking lot, and more.
Fitness/Dietary app MyFitnessPal received an update today, adding support for Apple’s Health app and HealthKit on iOS 8. The updated app interfaces with Apple’s Health app to share three types of data: workout data, calorie intake, and weight information.