Evernote has released a significant update for both the Mac and iOS versions of Skitch – a popular image annotation app which they purchased late last year. The update adds a number of new features, including support for PDF annotation, and a new Stamps feature, allowing users to add one-word reactions to images and notes, such as “Yes!,” “No!,” and “Tell me more”.
It’s time for Opera’s State of Mobile Advertising report for Q1 2013, and it looks like the iPhone is back on top when it comes to generating traffic to mobile ads, regaining its throne from Android. iOS also is king of the hill when it comes to monetization among the mobile platforms.
A Chinese website appears to be distributing pirated versions of iOS apps for free, and it seems they’re using a system powered by Apple’s own enterprise licensing technology!
Apple has always remained rather coy on exactly what they do with your Siri data, but today that was finally clarified by Apple to Wired.
Looks like Google’s new Babel messaging platform will soon be available, and there will be an iOS version available at launch.
App Annie has released its latest information on mobile app downloads, and finds that while the Google Play marketplace nearly matches Apple’s App Store in the number of downloads, it is still lagging far behind in revenue. It seems iOS device users in general remain much more willing to pay for content than Android users.
In the Animated storybook “Walter’s Flying Bus” the main character finds an abandoned bus, and with the help of his friends and their dreams, works on the bus until it roars to life, helping the children to realize their dreams.
Right on the heels of releasing an updated app with new features and enhancements, the Mailbox team has announced that it has dropped its reservation system that still had more than 450,000 people waiting for access to the Gmail management app.
As financial professionals increasingly turn to mobile devices like the iPad to get information on the markets, popular reporting firm Bloomberg says the number of mobile subscribers for their recently updated app has doubled in the past three years.
Facebook released a major new version of their iOS app today, bringing the ability to access new feeds, such as Music, Photos and Games, the ability to send virtual stickers alongside your messages, and, most notable, the inclusion of the new Chat Heads feature introduced with the recent launch of Facebook Home for Android phones.
Here are 5 great apps that will either help you play better golf, keep track of the pros, or play your golf the place you should have been playing it all along, on your favorite iOS device.
Rumor: Next Office for Mac Release Set for Spring 2014 Launch, Office for iOS Delayed Until Fall 2014
A new “leaked” roadmap revealed by ZDNet casts some negative vibes on the release date. According to the report, Microsoft Office for iOS isn’t scheduled for release until October of 2014. Meanwhile, the next version of Office for Mac is set for a Spring 2014 release.
HBO has updated their HBO Go iOS app. The main version 2.1 improvement, (unless you’re a Game of Thrones fan), is the addition of AirPlay multitasking support that allows video content to stream form the app to your Apple TV in the background while leaving the iOS device free to operate other apps.
Vine, Twitter’s video-sharing app, is now the top free app in the iOS App Store. The app’s tight integration with Twitter has exposed followers to the app via short clips posted to the social service.
One of the best things about playing board games on your iPhone or iPad is that you don’t have to set up the board before you begin to play. Press “Start,” select a level, and within seconds you’re ready to go. One of the most popular games of this genre is Mahjong. Easy to learn, difficult to master, fun to play. Let’s take a look at Mahjong Ace and see what it brings to the table.
iOS app discovery service AppGratis has disappeared from Apple’s App Store, possibly a victim of the recently instituted restriction on apps that display other apps in a manner similar to the way the App Store does.