BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins has just made an announcement that many have been anticipating for years – the official release of BlackBerry Messenger for iOS and Android! As revealed at the BlackBerry Live conference this morning, BBM is set to launch on both platforms this summer, and finally brings the best of BBM’s features to competing platforms.
The New York Times reports that ABC will begin streaming live content to iOS devices later this week in Philadelphia and New York City using a new “live” button in their app.
Hey! Mother’s Day is this weekend. I can tell from the look on your face that you forgot, didn’t you? Don’t worry, it’s not too late to do something nice for your Mom. Here are five apps for your iOS device that will help cover your butt.
Amazon has released their Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app for iOS which give Amazon Cloud users a tool to access, view, upload, and manage photos using Amazon Cloud storage directly from their iPhone.
Netflix’s iOS app got a significant update yesterday, adding a feature that should please a great deal of users: autoplay! The app now automatically begins the next episode of a television show once you finish the current episode, saving you the trouble of having to manually begin the next episode.
Noted Apple journalist Jim Dalrymple, a 20-year veteran of the Apple news scene, and founder of the website The Loop, has launched a new iOS magazine through Apple’s Newsstand. The app takes inspiration from Marco Arment’s The Magazine app, and will serve as an extension of the site’s content, including long-form articles on technology, music, games, and more.
The Pixelmator team has just released a significant update to their popular Mac image editing software, adding “over 100 new features,” including several new tools, including one that I am particularly excited about: The new Light Leak tool!
We take a look at a number of excellent iPhone apps which streamline and optimize your ticket-buying experience, and turning what can be a painful experience into a pleasant one!
Bang With Friends, the Facebook-powered app with almost a million users that well, helps you well, do exactly what its name says, has just launched its iPhone and Android apps.
Microsoft has updated Office for Mac 2011, fixing some bugs, adding some features, and adding compatibility with the Office 365 subscription service.
Viber, the company that offers the popular free messaging and VoIP apps of the same name for iOS and Android, today announced the release of native desktop apps for both Mac and PC computers.
Paper, paper, paper, it’s everywhere. Wouldn’t you give anything to lessen the piles of paper you have to deal with? Documents, receipts, business cards. Wouldn’t it be great if you could just scan it and forget it? How can you do that while you’re away from your desk?
Savi People for the iPhone Gets an Update – New User Interface, Native Twitter and Facebook Features
It’s no secret that we’re fans of the Savi People app for the iPhone. We gave the contact manager app a 4-star rating in a review back in August 2012. Now the Savi People app has been updated to version 2.0 with some great new features. Let’s take a look.
T-Mobile released their T-Mobile TV app for iOS in the App Store on Thursday. The app gives iPhone users on the magenta network a way to access on-demand and live video content.
As you may already know, Apple is currently counting down to the 50 billionth download on the App Store – and alongside that countdown, they have also published a pair of charts detailing to top 25 paid and free apps of all time! Similar charts were posted last year alongside the countdown to 25 billion downloads.
Apple has continued their campaign against app recommendation apps, as the company is now reported to be rejecting apps that allow users to share apps they’ve discovered with their friends.