Back in September, we gave Readdle's Calendars 5 pretty high marks in our review, despite the inability to send invitations — an oversight that has been corrected this week in what the developer calls "the biggest update yet."
Adobe is kicking off the New Year in grand style with a big Creative Cloud update for designers, adding new creative possibilities to Photoshop CC including 3D printing and Perspective Warp capabilities.
Next week, families will come together to celebrate the holiday spirit and take a whole lot of photos, many of which will be shot on an iPhone -- so the latest major Camera+ update will probably be a real gift to them.
With every update, Google manages to improve its own third-party apps a little more on the iOS platform. This week, both Google Maps and Google Drive received welcome updates that bring small but convenient features.
Former iOS boss Scott Forstall made headlines again earlier this week as reports surfaced of how he spent his first year away from Apple -- although none of them are directly sourced from Forstall himself, suggesting that the Cupertino outcast continues to be under a gag order as part of a severance package. But that's not the only story from around the internet on Tuesday -- here are a few more you might have missed.
Fans of "read later" services Pocket and Readability will be overjoyed to hear that both services have made some big announcements this week, including the debut of a "smarter" Pocket for iPhone and iPad now available.
It's Friday and that means the first week of November is already behind us, with only three weeks to go before the annual insanity known as Black Friday. While we may not have any deals in today's recap, there's a little something for everyone to look forward to, including a couple of popular app updates you can download right away. Let's dive in, shall we...?
Why should the iPhone have all the fun? New Instapaper owners Betaworks have debuted the latest version of the popular read-later app, which now brings feature parity with the iPad even as rival Pocket teases their next big version.
We don’t blame you if yesterday’s Apple special event felt a little overwhelming — after all, in the hours following the keynote, the company pushed out a record number of app updates for both iOS and Mac, and here’s a complete list.