If you're a user of Apple's second generation of their Apple TV, and haven't already tackled your software update, you'll be pleased to know that earlier today Apple released build 4.2.2 for the device. The update contains various bug fixes and stability improvements.
No one panic -- the official Google iOS app has some big changes. For one, the app is now called Google Search instead of Google Mobile, with a fresh new user interface that’s a lot more suitable for Apple’s mobile OS, including the ability to swipe to fine-tune your search.
In case you happened to fire up Software Update this evening, you might have noticed something sitting there in the form of an iTunes update. The update is for iTunes 10.2.1 and comes in at 77.5 MB. Curiously though, the update description has yet to change from the one that we saw last week.
Tower defense games on the iPhone are extraordinarily common. Most of them fade into obscurity and are forgotten within days of their release. TowerMadness is one of the few and the proud that continues to stand above the rest and serve as a mark of quality. It's probably not as good or as popular as Fieldrunners, but this new update is definitely a step in the right direction.
You may recall the popular Camera+ app, which was yanked out of the App Store by Apple for a hidden feature that let you use the volume buttons as a camera shutter. Now the app is back with over 50 new features and a limited-time low price.
Readdle continues to innovate on the iOS platform, and now the company has become the first one to offer an app capable of filling out Adobe Acrobat-created PDF forms with version 2.0 of their PDF Expert for iPad.
Let’s face it: Aside from death and taxes, the other sure thing is that we’ve all got bills to pay. So why not do it in style? That’s where the just-released BillMinder 3 comes in, a substantial paid upgrade to the popular bill management app for the iPhone.
You’d think that being crowned Apple’s iPad App of the Year (not to mention one of TIME magazine’s top 50 innovations of 2010) might make the cats at Flipboard lazy, but that’s not the case -- they’ve just rolled out a major 1.1 update which adds Google Reader, Flickr and a host of user-requested features.