While a number of new features for apps on both the iOS and OS X platforms were unveiled at Apple’s WWDC 2014 last week, one app noticeably received very little update love – Apple Maps.
You’re writing the Great American Novel, and you have post-it notes about your plot and characters stuck all over your monitor, your desk, the wall behind your desk, the cat… There’s an easier way. Meet Scrivener 2.
Philips has tweeted an image showing off what the Philips Hue app for its iOS-controlled line of lights could look like once its integrated into iOS 8′s Notification Center.
Back in August of 2013, we gave you a peek at Persona Mail, a unique email client that promised to change the way you think about email. Well, its taken them awhile, but the developers behind Persona have debuted Persona Mail for iPad in the iOS App Store.
Osmo, the innovative iPad-based gaming device for children, has announced the availability of a second batch of units, free apps, and a new game piece replacement policy. Osmo quickly surpassed its first batch pre-sale goal of $50,000 in just six and a half hours.
As a user, you’re warned over and over again to use a different password for every login. But remembering all those passwords is a total pain! Say hello to PasswordBox Unlimited.
Sometimes you just want to play a racing game to fill a few seconds with hectic, coming at ya’ action. That’s right, a few seconds. Let’s take a look at Smacky Cars.
Apple announced the winners of its prestigious Apple Design Awards last night at WWDC, honoring a range of apps on both the iOS and Mac platforms. The awards recognize apps that “combined design and technology in creative, compelling, and powerful ways.”
Apple has clarified its stance on virtual currencies in apps by updating its App Store review guidelines to allow for “approved” virtual currencies in apps, possibly clearing the way for certain currencies to be traded and used in other ways in apps for iOS devices.
For amateur videographers, and creatives not looking to spend a lot to get a huge level of expandability, sometimes an iPhone or iPad is all it takes to begin to produce great content. While there will always be a place for professional grade cameras, video editing software, and expensive rigs – consumer/amateur video is a market that Apple is slowly chipping away at.
Readdle has updated their popular PDF Reader to version 5.1. The formerly iPad-only app is now a universal app, working on both iPad and iPhone devices. Other improvements include continuous scroll, Calculations in LiveCycle Designer forms, and speed improvements.
Apple SVP of Internet Services Eddy Cue has confirmed that Beats Music will remain available on both Android and Windows Phone devices following Apple’s acquisition of the company, making it Apple’s first app on a non-iOS platform.
Apple on Wednesday released an update for iTunes, bringing the application up to version 11.2.2. The minor update fixes an issue that caused certain podcasts to download unexpectedly. The update also includes several stability improvements.
If you’re a fan of the LEGO Batman series of video games, (and if you’re not, get off of my damned planet!), you’ll be pleased to know that a new entry in the LEGO Batman video games has been announced. “Batman 3: Beyond Gotham” will be coming to consoles, handhelds, PCs, and hopefully Macs, this fall.
There have been several reports of users experiencing issues with Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound when using the Netflix app on their Apple TV set top boxes. Following an early March Apple TV update, users found they were only able to get stereo output when viewing video via the Netflix app.
Google has released VirusTotal Uploader for OS X. The app will allow users to upload suspicious apps and files to VirusTotal to allow the service to scan the file to identify any possible malware.