Apple’s announced at today’s event that their popular suite of iLife apps – iPhoto, iMovie and Garage Band – have all been redesigned and with new features for both iOS 7 and OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
The UE MINI BOOM offers unrivaled sound, features and capability. This little speaker has a lot to boast; from the size and color variety, to the capability of phone calls and surround sound.
BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for iOS and Android has finally been released. The app can be downloaded via Apple’s App Store, Google Play, and in select Samsung App Stores.
Google released a fairly major update to their Hangouts iOS app over the weekend, bringing the version up to 1.3. The update brings a number of very welcome new features, including full Google Voice integration (complete with support for both incoming and outgoing WiFi calling through the U.S. and Canada).
Pokémon fanatics, there is a brand new place to get your Pokémon fix: Wolfram Alpha. And the best part is, you can access it all by talking to Siri!
Among the many convenient new features in iOS 7 is the ability to have your iPhone and iPad automatically install updates to all of your apps. While this sounds great, sometimes you don’t want to update to the latest release of a given app right away. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to turn the feature off! Here’s how it’s done!
Facebook released a significant feature update to their iOS app today, adding support for the newly-added ability to edit your own posts on the social networking site. The update also adds the ability to edit comments, add icons to comments on the posts and images of others, and provides quick one-tap access to the app’s security settings.
It appears that Apple may be preparing to released revamped (or at least redesigned) versions of both iPhoto and GarageBand for iOS. As noted by Mark Gurman, new icon designs for both apps briefly appeared this morning under the iCloud storage settings portion of the iOS 7 Settings app.
A study of more than 200 billion ads on Facebook shows mobile ads on the iPhone generate 1,790% more return on investment than ads do on the Android platform.
Anki Drive, the iOS-powered real world remote control racing set is ready for its debut at Apple Stores on October 23rd. The starter set will be available for $199.
Nike has introduced their second-generation Fuelband fitness device: Nike+ FuelBand SE. While, other than new color accents, the new band looks almost exactly like its predecessor, its guts have seen numerous improvements.
A new report from Fixya shows Safari is the most usable of all mobile browsers. The iOS based mobile browser had a usability score of 1.31, tromping the stock Android browser, Opera, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer.
General Motors has announced they’ll be adding support for Siri Eyes Free in several of their car models for the 2014 model year. Models included are: The 2014 Chevrolet Camaro, Volt, Malibu, SS, Cruze and Equinox via the Chevrolet MyLink service.
Momentage, LLC announced the release of its “Momentage” app today. The new iOS app “reinvents” photo and video sharing via social media by allowing users to craft and experience moments.
Fun filters, new camera features and basic editing tools provide avid iPhone camera users with the opportunity to take and create stellar photos. PROCAMERA, $0.99 in the App Store, offers not only filters and great editing tools, it even features a night camera for those tough-to-capture shots!
In a definite departure from their previous Angry Birds games, Rovio looks to be making a move into Mario Kart territory with their new “Angry Birds Go!” franchise. The company debuted the game’s website and a preview video to the public today.