Despite the increasing number of competing cloud storage platforms available, Dropbox remains one of the most popular by far – and today, they’ve released a completely redesigned version of their desktop app to make the service even better! Dropbox 2.0 features an all-new drop-down interface, improved file sharing, the ability to accept or decline shared files from your menu bar, and more.
Ethan Duggan was playing video games one afternoon after school. “My mom comes home and she has a bunch of dresses, like twenty,” he recalled. “She goes into her room, tries the dresses on, comes back to me, and says ‘How do I look?’ I say she looks great. Then I realized, I have a phone.”
We live in a world of freelancers, independent contractors, and job seekers. Business cards are swapped at happy hour, at meetings, and out in the field, leading to a clutter of cards crammed into an already too full wallet. Business Cards Info (BCI) has developed an application that allows you to store business cards from contacts, or even create your own.
As part of their South by Southwest promotion, Marvel has announced that it is giving away more than 700 of its No. 1 issues through its Marvel Comics iOS App, and its web site.
Tumblr has tumbled out a new version of its iOS app, bringing a number of new features to the blogging service including photosets, a new camera interface, the ability to double-tap a post to “like” it, and single tap your avatar to make changes.
Apple’s App Store approval process is typically quite rigorous – but every now and then, an app that normally would never get approved for the App Store sneaks by Apple’s watchful eye. Such is the case with HiddenApps – a new free app that can hide stock iOS apps and disable iAds!
Guns n Roses and Angry Birds aren’t necessarily two things you would put in the same basket, but whaddaya know, Rovio has just updated Angry Birds Space with a new theme tune recorded by lead guitarist Slash.
Rovio has a new game coming out, and it’s quite a lot different to what we’ve seen from them in the past. Instead of a physics puzzler, it’s more of a strategy/simulation game based on The Croods, a new Dreamworks movie that’s about to come out.
Skype has updated both its iPhone/iPod touch and iPad applications to version 4.6. The updates include an improved calling user-interface, and a new feature to mark all recent text-based conversations as read in a quicker fashion.
Pilo the Pillow Fairy is back with another adventure, Pilo 3. Once again you and your child are encouraged to interact with Pilo, Tommy, and a whole new cast of characters. How does it compare to Pilo 1, which we prevously reviewed? Let’s take a look.
Attention true believers! Marvel Comics’ digital subscription service has FINALLY arrived on iOS devices! Marvel has announced the release of the highly anticipated Marvel Unlimited app on both the iPhone and iPad!
Tommy is your average hyper-active little boy who just doesn’t want to go to sleep when it’s bedtime. But Dad has an idea. Give him a present. That’ll help him sleep! So Dad gives Tommy “Pilo,” a pillow toy. Tommy finally falls asleep… And then the adventure begins!
Twitter released a significant update today for their iOS app, adding a number of improvements to the search functionality, a new tab showing the origin tweet if you tap a link in the app, and an added emphasis on Top Tweets when searching a keyword. Notably, the update also removes support for various video uploading services, including Mobypicture, Posterous, and Vodpod.
Apple has updated iBooks to version 3.1. The new version brings support for paid books in Japan, and also enhanced support for Asian languages.
Tweetdeck, the Twitter client acquired by Twitter in 2011, will soon exist as a mostly web-based only service. The company is shutting down the AIR-based version for the desktop, and will remove the iPhone and Android versions from app stores in May.
The Google Maps for iOS app received an update today, bumping the version number from 1.0 up to 1.1.