You'd think app developers would eventually hit a wall where they simply ran out of new features to add, but that doesn't seem to be the case with Camera+, which just pushed out another great update for both iPhone and iPad.
Well, well, well… it seems the public outcry of net neutrality fans have finally caught the ear of AT&T, who backpedaled slightly on their decision to limit FaceTime over cellular to only customers on their new Mobile Share plans. Now that iPhone 5 users can use the video chat service with their LTE connections, what about everyone trapped on 3G-equipped iPhones? Seems unlikely Ma Bell will budge a second time, but you never know...
Earlier this year, Boinx Software's iStopMotion for iPad received high praise in our review. We loved the app's simplicity and 1080p HD recording. Today, iStopMotion updates to version 1.5, and beyond a few appreciated changes, iPad mini owners can get in on the fun.
While most of the news about Final Cut Pro X in recent months has been focused on companies abandoning the platform for rival Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple has continued to deliver improvements, including a laundry list of changes this week.
Sometimes, I wonder if Bruce Springsteen looks back at his song, 57 Channels, and has a laugh at the current state of entertainment. These days, 57 channels of television programming is nothing -- we have hundreds of cable options, not to mention iTunes, Netflix, and Amazon. The NextGuide app tries to make some sanity of the mess, and today's update should help make things even clearer.
Google seems to be taking its sweet time updating its library of iOS apps for the iPhone 5's larger display, with the latest being Google+ -- which also adds support for pages, post editing and searching on the iPad.
There is no shortage of PDF apps in the App Store, but some stand a little taller than the rest. PDF Expert for iPad from Readdle, Inc, is one of the most popular and highest rated apps in this group, and today they released a major update. We already love this app, and we love it even more with all of these new goodies.
The Weather Channel's iOS apps are a valuable edition to any device's line-up, but the paid version for iPhone was left out of a rather nice update earlier this year. Thankfully, Weather Channel Max users will finally see the UI upgrades afforded to free-version users this week.
Can't wait to dive into the buffet of new features iOS 6 is going to deliver tomorrow? Well, here are some snacks to hold you over, courtesy of Twitter. This morning, the company announced a slew of updates to its mobile apps, including a spiffy new profile page and interface for the iPad.