The summer is heating up, and so are the new releases in the App Store. This week's helping of new and updated apps includes looks at a new way to compose emails, a big update for Perfect Weather, Disney GIFs, a virtual Theremin, protection for your Wi-Fi hotspot, a cool presentation app from Microsoft, how to make your built-in iOS mic sound bigger, and a clutter-free timer for exercise junkies. But don't take our word for it — read on!
Yousician aims to take you from complete novice to confident guitar player using your own guitar and your iOS device. You play along using your own guitar, and the Yousician app uses your iPhone or iPad’s built-in microphone to determine if you’re hitting the right notes at the right time.
After months of anticipation, Apple's revamped streaming music service, now officially confirmed as Apple Music, was revealed at WWDC. Forget about vinyl, 8-tracks, and Tower Records: In 2015, Apple Music will apparently revolutionize the music market, changing the way listeners experience music forever, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
In today's Apple Daily, Apple is said to be preparing to launch its music streaming service with the option of trying it for 90 days for free. Meanwhile, there's good news and bad news at the Apple Online Store: all AT&T subsidized iPhones with two-year plans have been removed, but same-day delivery is now offered for some purchases.
You win some, you lose some. On one hand, Apple confirms that the Apple TV can be used as a central hub for its new HomeKit service. On the other, a new report claims we won't see an updated Apple TV at this year's WWDC, and Apple ihas ssued a voluntary recall for one of its Beats devices.
In today's Apple Daily, a new report claims that Apple's long-rumored streaming music service may be just a week away, a San Francisco Bay area woman drops off a $200,000 Apple I at a local recycling center, and Apple sends out a video to retail employees informing them to prepare for the imminent Apple Watch retail launch.
On paper, djay feels like a slightly incongruous candidate for promotion from iOS to Mac. The joy of djay (or indeed djay2) on iOS is being able to spin virtual vinyl on a pair of pretend decks; so if you can’t make like Terminator X by scratching on a touchscreen, what’s the point? Thankfully, what djay Pro lacks in tactile fun, it makes up for by doing everything it can to help you seamlessly mix tunes together and make them sound great.
In today's Apple Daily, insider sources claim that Apple may not have its rebranded steaming music service ready in time for WWDC. In other news, the next Apple TV remote is rumored to have a touch pad, and Apple finally releases specifications for third-party Apple Watch bands as part of a new "Made for Apple Watch" program.
This week's New App Recap is all about variety, with a new way to keep tabs on your blood pressure, HD mobile playback from Amazon, a pair of titles focusing on podcasting and playing guitar, updates to Last Pass and DataMan Next, and a GIF-making app from the folks at Path. Some of it is even features companion apps for the Apple Watch! Let's kick off the merry month of May with another round of new and updated apps!