If you’re like me, your iTunes music collection is a sad mess. It’s amazing how many groups recorded a song called “Track 1″, isn’t it? Today’s MacTrast Deals comes to the rescue with “TuneUp,” the app that helps you clean up all those untitled tracks and duplicates in your iTunes library.
Just in time for “Back to School”, Apple is running a limited-time sales on 20 “Amazing Productivity Apps” in the iOS App Store. Included in the promotion are some of our favorite apps such as to-do list app Clear, calendaring app Fantastical 2, the handy Launch Center Pro app, and PDF Expert 5 and Scanner Pro, both by Readdle.
Sworkit, the daily circuit training workouts and yoga app for the iPhone and iPad, has received an update. Both the free and “Pro” versions of the app received an update, receiving new videos, audio cues, reminders, new Pilates workouts, and more.
If you need to learn a new language, everyone knows Rosetta Stone is the way to go. However, Rosetta Stone may have been out of reach for some due to the somewhat high price of their course. Until now that is…
The NFL Now app has gone live on the Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad. The new app offers American Football fans personalized video streams and coverage of their favorite teams, players and coaches.
A little over a month ago, ABC News launched an Apple TV channel, offering both live and on-demand content from both the local and national levels. ABC News has now put together an infographic offering a look at how viewers are consuming the content on the new channel.
Wednesday saw Apple touting the success of its App Store in Europe. The company claims it has created or supported nearly 630,000 jobs on the continent, nearly 500,000 of those resulting directly or indirectly from the App Store.
Apple has revealed today that the month of July was the best month ever for its App Store, as it generated more revenue and saw more customer purchases than it ever has before.
Google has finally released a 64-bit version of their popular Chrome web browser for OS X. The quiet release comes just a few days following a similar release for Windows 7/8 users.
The NFL Now, a new service from the National Football League, will be launching this month, and it will reportedly be coming to the Apple TV via a dedicated app, according to an image of the app taken by an NFL employee.
Delta Airlines has updated its Fly Delta app for the iPad to allow passengers to stream video content from the onboard Wi-Fi network.
Readdle, developer of such popular iOS apps as PDF Expert 5, PDF Converter, and Scanner Pro is celebrating its 7th birthday by slashing the price of its apps by as much as 70%.
Popular music identification app Shazam has finally made it to the Mac. The app sits quietly in your menu bar, listening for music it can identify. When it recognizes a piece of music, it alerts you with a notification, informing you as to the name of the song and the artist performing it.
If you’re the creative type, you already know your Mac is an excellent machine to create your work on. Today’s MacTrast Deal makes it even easier to be more productive when it comes to your design projects.
Tuesday saw the release of a new encrypted phone app for the iPhone. Signal, released by open source software group Open Whisper Systems, allows users to make secure calls on the iPhone at no cost.
Popcorn Time, the somewhat questionable service that allows you to stream movie torrents just like they were Netflix content, is adding another great feature to their Mac and PC clients. The service will soon add AirPlay ability to both clients, allowing viewing of the torrents on your Apple TV.