On the heels of announcing updates to the iLife apps across both Mac and iOS platforms, Apple's Eddy Cue moved to to discuss the future of iWork, including the addition of collaboration for iWork in the Cloud.
We don't claim to know for sure what Apple will unveil at its media event in San Francisco tomorrow, but judging from update text and icons on the company's iLife and iWork for iOS web pages, those skeuomorphic icons will soon be a thing of the past.
Although there are plenty of services that make sharing photos quick and easy, few of them are brave enough to incorporate video, which is much larger and therefore difficult to manage -- but it's just another day at the office for the folks at Real.
This weekend was supposed to be a momentous occasion for iPhone and Android users who favor BBM as their preferred messaging app. Unfortunately, BlackBerry had to cut off the fun before it really ever got started.
Consider me some sort of Rip Van Winkle. I mean, I understood that iOS 7 was coming out, but I don't think I was fully ready for the complete overhaul that occurred. In my haste to decipher my phone as it was freaking me out, I entirely forgot to buy my poor princess Olive her wet cat food. Consider the shredded cardboard at home an act of aggression that won't stand, man, and get yourself the preeminent free shopping-list app, AnyList.
When you work as a freelancer, or in any form of independent contract work, you often need to be fluent and literate in legalese. Sometimes you may have to enter agreements via the internet's Mos Eisley, Craigslist, and you're looking for even just a shred of protection. Have no fear; Shake is here. With a few simple taps and values entered, you can show the world that your legal kung fu is better than theirs.
There's little doubt that smartphones and tablets are changing the way we consume content once intended for the television screen, and new apps like Yahoo Screen aim to update that experience for the 21st century.
Shopping for school supplies is rough, and they just don't make Lisa Frank stickers like they used to. It's that time of year for back to school sales at J.C. Penney, and for the smell of fresh spiral notebooks to fill the air. For all of your scholarly pursuits, relevant or otherwise, we've got another grab bag here to fill you in on some of the smaller apps you might have missed.
Sometimes we head into Labor Day Weekend with our head held up high, thinking about autumn setting in. You know, the leaves changing, the waning summer heat, and the onset of post-season baseball. Unless you're a San Francisco Giants fan, because that is simply not happening this year. What better way to cope with the pending disappointment than a nice luscious bottle of red?