In the fall of 2012, Apple introduced the ability to purchase Apple gift cards via the iPhone Apple Store app, which could then be shared via email to family and friends. The gift cards could also be used with the Passbook app that debuted as part of iOS 6 the same year.
Apple released another minor for iTunes today, bringing the version up to 11.1.3. The update includes a fix for a bug affecting the equalizer, as well as a tweak that improves how iTunes handles large libraries.
Nike has debuted its Nike+ Move app for the iPhone 5s. The app requires an iPhone 5s, as it works with the new handset’s M7 motion co-processor chip.
After leaving a number of hints over the course of the past several weeks, Apple has finally released a significantly redesigned version of their Remote app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, designed to better match the look and feel of iOS 7. Apple had previously updated their other house-made apps with a similar design overhaul.
AirLike is a delightfully designed, easy to use App, that offers a feature that wasn’t readily available on iOS 6 (or before), but can it compete with the built-in addition of AirDrop in iOS 7?
Twitter released a fairly nice, albeit minor, update yesterday, bringing the version up to 5.12. The update adds in-stream Twitter photo and Vine video previews, one-tap access to full-screen media content, and a new series of quick action buttons to allow you to retweet, reply to, or favorite a tweet with one tap from within your timeline.
It’s that time of year again, Halloween! Time for our annual look at fun and scary iOS apps for Halloween!
Flexibits today released Fantastical 2 for iPhone, the new version of its popular calendar app. The new version is redesigned and reimagined for iOS 7, with Reminders support, a new week view, and more.
One of my favorite features in OS X Mavericks so far is the addition of the Apple Maps app. Did you know, you can get driving directions in the Mavericks Maps app, and then wirelessly send them to your iOS device for use on the road, or even print them out for use by your device-less friends and relatives? Here’s how.
#Friday5 is a weekly giveaway that rewards 5 of our Twitter followers with a free copy of either a Mac or iOS app each and every Friday! Cool huh? But wait, there’s more…. one of the lucky five will also pocket a $20 iTunes voucher! Hurrah!
There have been a number of reports lately revealing that OS X Mavericks seems to be allowing users to “upgrade illegal or trial version” Apple software obtained outside the Mac App Store. We’ve done some digging, and discovered that this is not a bug – it’s a feature, and a side effect of Apple changing the way they distribute updates.
MacPhun today has announced the release of Intensify Pro, a full featured photo editing software package for the Mac.
BlackBerry has updated its BBM app for iOS with bug fixes, improvements in performance, and minor interface adjustments. Of most importance is the fix for a font-related bug for users running iOS 7.0.3 on their devices.
Apple released Aperture 3.5 on Tuesday. The update for Apple’s popular image management and editing app adds support for Apple’s own Maps app in OS X Mavericks, replacing Google maps for photo location tagging.
In addition to other updates, such as those to iWork and iLife, Apple also released revamped versions of their Podcast, Find My iPhone, and iTunes Trailers iOS apps.
Alongside numerous other updates released today alongside Apple’s big media event, Apple has released an update for iTunes, bringing improved support for OS X Mavericks.