Adobe has officially unveiled its new Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 and Adobe Flash Access 3.0 products. These products will allow users of iOS devices to access Adobe Flash media content on iOS devices.
According to the Google Mobile Blog, Google has finally released an official iOS app for their popular Blogger service. The app can be used to write posts, and either publish them or save them as drafts from your iOS device.
Those of you that have Google Music accounts can now listen to your entire Google Music collection from your iPhone or iPad! Google has just released a new HTML5 web app that seems to work quite well.
Adobe announced earlier today that their Digital Publishing Suite will include support for Apple’s upcoming iOS 5 Newsstand feature. Newsstand essentially serves as a storing place and organization hum for magazines and digital subscriptions in iOS 5.
Following Monday’s report that Apple is already training their retail employees on iOS 5 and iCloud, a new report from 9to5Mac suggests that Apple’s global carrier partners have begun training their employees as well.
As the release of the iPhone 5, iOS 5 and iCloud creep ever closer, a new report claims that a near-final version of iOS 5 is already in the final stages of testing with wireless carriers.
Facebook today launched version 3.5 of their iPhone app. The update brings groups and added privacy controls to the mobile experience. One of my own personal criticisms of the Facebook iPhone app is the inconsistency between the mobile and web experience. It looks like 3.5 has taken a giant leap in bridging that gap.
As Apple’s iOS devices continue to rise in popularity, numerous sources speaking to 9to5Mac have indicated that GameStop may soon begin selling iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Since it’s Labor Day, there are a few really nice app sales going on. The folks at CultofMac put together this definitive list of iOS app sales going on today, so enjoy, save some money, and have fun with these great discounted games!
Some of you may already be familiar with an app called Joypad that lets you use your iOS device as a wireless bluetooth gamepad for the Mac, PC or iPad. The developers of Joypad have now released a new SDK which allows users of Apple devices to finally play iOS games on the Apple TV!
Rovio has just released a new updated for Angry Birds Seasons that brings a new set of levels inspired by the Moon Festival.The update adds 30 new levels, including a special mooncake level!
After blocking HDMI mirroring support for iOS devices in April through their Hulu Plus app for iOS, Hulu has now updated their popular media viewing app to bring back support for the handy feature.
Apple has already begun training their retail employees on the upcoming iOS 5, as well as the iCloud service expected to release near the same time. This training process could be seen as a sign that iOS 5 and iCloud are very near to public release.
Apple released iOS 5 beta 7 to developers late yesterday evening. The new update is available to download from the download center and also as an OTA (over the air) update within Software Update on iOS devices that are already running iOS 5 beta.
Apple is apparently preparing a new remote testing tool for iOS devices. The tool will be deployed to Apple service personel, and will be able to retrieve important diagnostic information from iOS devices remotely using the internet.
iPhone & iPad Apps for the Financial Times are no longer listed in the App Store. The FT and Apple had previously clashed over in-app subscriptions that would see Apple take a 30% cut of The FT’s sales from subscribers though their iPhone and iPad apps. The two giants were not able to find a middle ground and The FT’s apps are no longer listed in the App Store.