Our friends at CatPig Studios Inc. tell us they’ve updated their already excellent Internet radio player, Radium for Mac, to version 3.0.6. Improvements include a “proper app icon,” (they seem really proud of that one), Facebook sharing, and of course, the ever popular “stability and performance improvements.”
While I enjoy looking at various forms of art, I don’t have a lot of time or money to spend in museums or art galleries. Ether Gallery has been created to showcase the work of artists and sculptors to users like myself.
What does it mean for your app if its featured on ABC’s Shark Tank? For app developers Egos Ventures, an appearance on the TV show means your app Cycloramic jumps hundreds of spots to become the top paid app in the store overnight.
Are you going to be stuck at work, or some other similarly blah place while the Super Bowl is on this Sunday? Fear not, oh intrepid football fan! The Fox Sports Go app has got you covered. Well, as long as you have an Internet connection. And an iPad… You’ll need an iPad too…
Sony has released their first update to their PlayStation App. The app, the official iOS companion app to the PlayStation 4, was released last November. The app can be used as a second-screen app alongside the PS4, and as a social networking hub for PS4 players.
Following the surprisingly successful attempt by Candy Crush developer King.com to trademark the word “candy” in Europe, Apple is being buried in sweets! Sweet, sweet, candy titled games that is!
Denver Broncos Tight End Julius Thomas will be using live-streaming social-media platform Hang w/ to stream his experiences from New York leading up to, and following Super Bowl XLVIII.
Google has been notifying some users of its Gmail for iOS app that a now-corrected software bug may have caused them to remove some messages by mistake.
We’d like to thank CleanMyMac 2′s developer, MacPaw, for sponsoring the site this week. If you find your Mac getting clogged up with files you no longer need, reclaim that space with CleanMyMac 2!
Nintendo is just saying “nintend-oh hell no!” to reports that it plans to offer “mini-games” on iOS and other smartphone platforms.
Documents made public yesterday claim U.S. and UK intelligence agencies are retrieving personal data sent by mobile apps during mass surveillance sweeps. Rovio’s popular game, “Angry Birds” was mentioned as one of the apps targeted by the agencies.
Apple’s Mac App Store has joined in the Mac’s 30th birthday celebration with a special section of noteworthy apps entitled, “Happy Birthday Mac.”
The Pixelmator Team has released a very nice update for their popular image editing app for the Mac. Pixelmator 3.1 “Marble” brings Dual GPU and 16-bit support for the new Mac Pro, improved RAW images support, re-enabling of various effects, and more!
Our friends over at social app Hang w/ have announced that they’ve passed the always special one million download milestone. The entertaining app hit the million mark in only nine months, following a March 2013 debut.
Because iOS users don’t have enough streaming music services to choose from yet, Beats has launched its iOS app that will allow users to access its new Internet radio service.
Alarmy – “The world’s most annoying alarm” – is free this weekend in the App Store. The app, which usually goes for $1.99, is designed to force you out of bed in the morning.