Google Maps are out, and Apple Maps are in for the latest beta preview of the web-based Find My iPhone app. Users of Apple’s iCloud beta site will now see the location of their Apple devices and computers on Apple’s own mapping solution, although the Google version is still powering the public edition.
The South Korean Fair Trade Commission on Sunday said that it had ordered both Apple and Google to revise unfair provisions, including their no-refund policy for purchases in their app stores. This marks the first time the antitrust watchdog group has moved against international app store operators.
Nothing says “Happy Independence Day” like killing zombies. (Well excepting the movie “Independence Day”, but work with me here…) Our deal today includes The Walking Dead Game, plus the “400 Days” Downloadable Content pack! And it works on either the Mac or a PC.
Facebook has updated its Messenger app for iOS, adding a full iPad version to the mix. The iPad version takes advantage of the tablet’s larger display, and includes the same calling features as are found on the iPhone and iPhone touch version. Oh, and those sticker thingies are in there too…
The fine folks at CatPig Studios have unleashed updates for both their Mac and iPhone versions of their fantastic Internet Radio app, Radium.
Our friends at MEDL Mobile have released version 3.0 of their popular live-streaming social media app, Hang w/. The new version is “designed to improve overall user experience, enhance a breadth of functionality and allow for increased privacy.” So, that’s cool.
If you need a mobile app that will allow you to track your product inventory and goods expenses and revenue, Nano Inventory could be the app you’ve been looking for. Overview Nano Inventory is a simple inventory control program for your…
Google has followed Apple’s lead in buying Beats Electronics and Beats Music, by acquiring its own music streaming service, Songza.
Apple announced last week that it would be discontinuing development on its professional level Aperture photo management application to focus on the development of the new “Photos” app, expected early next year. Details on the new app were scarce at the time, however more information has now come to light.
Apple updated iMovie for Mac on Tuesday, the minor update includes a fix for the issue that saw some users experiencing an unexpected app crash.
AgileBits recently released an iOS 8 beta version of their popular password manager app, 1Password, that takes advantage of two new features of iOS 8′s new APIs allowing developers to use the iPhone 5s’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner, and Extensions, which allow developers to integrate their own software into share sheets with other apps.
If you’re a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare fan, but have been waiting for a deal before you buy it for your Mac, then today is your day! Get The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Trilogy Bundle, which includes Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, for just $39.99!
Apple Updates iTunes U – Brings Course Creation, Management for Teachers & Student Discussions To iPad
Apple today announced updates to iTunes U. Starting July 8, teachers using the free iTunes U app can create, edit and manage entire courses directly on iPad for the first time, and students will be able to collaborate including the ability to start class discussions and ask questions directly from their iPad.
As if to reassure their pro users that they aren’t completely abandoning them, immediately following the news that Apple would no longer be updating their Aperture professional photography software, they released updates for their other “pro” apps.
Apple has added two new locales to the Flyover feature in its iOS and OS X Mavericks Maps app. Tokyo, Japan and Zion National Park in Utah are the new additions. Flyover allows users to take a 3D look at various areas around the globe, zooming in to view buildings and other landmarks.
During Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the company introduced a new Photos app for OS X, and the iCloud Photo Library. Now the company has confirmed that it will no longer be dedicating any resources to updating its professional photography application Aperture, nor its consumer level iPhone app, as both will be replaced by Photos for OS X.