Amazon updated their Kindle app for the iPad on Thursday. The new version adds support for children’s books, comic books and graphic novels purchased for use on the Kindle platform. The update is now available in the App Store.
I’ve been using Reeder for a while, and consider it to be the best RSS app on the App Store. This morning, the app got even better with the release of Reeder 3.0.
Time has seen the writing on the wall and decided to get on board with Apple’s iPad Newsstand, Apple’s iOS app for managing and viewing newspaper and magazine subscriptions. Time has begun offering all 20 of its consumer magazines to iPad users through the app. The move will allow users to manage their subscriptions without having to visit Time’s website.
Following the initial jailbreak of iOS 6 beta 1, shortly after the firmware was released to developers on Monday, the iPhone Dev Team has now released the jailbreak to developers.
Microsoft’s My Xbox LIVE app for iOS just got a whole lot more awesome. In their latest update (as noted by 9to5Mac) Microsoft added a number of new features, including the ability to use your iPhone to control your Xbox!
iExplorer HD gives those who work from their iPad access to their remote files quickly and easily, and can make a huge difference in mobile productivity.
Have you ever been caught playing the middle-man in planning an outing with multiple friends or coworkers through text message? With SynkMonkey, everybody can be part of the planning conversation for that “Happy Hour” on your calendar.
A developer by the name of “Businesscat2000″ has done the unthinkable: successfully porting iOS apps to run on the BlackBerry Playbook!
TomTom sent out a press release yesterday, saying Apple had licensed part of it mapping solutions and data for use in the new Maps app in iOS6. However, during the keynote presentation, there was also mention of “crowd sourced data” being used. Where was that coming from? It could be coming from Waze, the company with the same named navigation app currently in the App Store.
Daring Fireball’s John Gruber offers three “takeaways” from Apple’s WWDC keynote address on Monday. Apple CAN walk and chew gun at the same time, the new Retina display MacBook Pro is awesome (duh!), and Google should’ve allied with Apple in the mobile market instead of trying to compete.
Apple says that iOS 6, the upcoming version of its operating system for the iPhone and iPad, is “compatible” with devices as old as the iPhone 3GS. At the bottom of Apple’s iOS 6 info page, however, is a disclaimer: “Not all features are available on all devices.”
I completely respect Apple for creating a walled garden that is absolutely seamless and successful; however, I would like a little bit of control, particularly on my iOS devices. That, in short, is why I jailbreak.
For some time now, there have been a great number of photo filter apps like Instagram, Hipstamatic, and Camera+ that have utilized a lot of different effects, amounts of grains, and filters. Osmo Leaker Pro takes it a step further by adding something not entirely seen in these other photo editing apps, which is light leak.
At the WWDC keynote, Apple unveiled a new mapping app for iOS 6 which will replace the Map app that used Google data. Shortly after the presentation, digital maps provider TomTom confirmed it had signed an agreement with Apple to provide maps and other data.
After launching their Cloud Player service over a year ago, Amazon has finally released a native Cloud Player app for the iPhone, enabling users to stream music stored through the service over WiFi or cellular connections.
Apple began actively promoting their new Chinese-language features in both OS X Mountain Lion, and iOS 6 on Monday. The new features should help increase sales in the nation with the largest population in the world.