Monthly Archives: March 2011

‘Take Five’ for Mac Debuts

The Iconfactory, developer of the popular free Twitterrific app for Twitter, Ramp Champ, Frenzic and others, has released a version of its music-pausing app, Take Five, for the Mac. Take Five for iOS first debuted in October, bringing a unique utility for music listeners to the App Store. Like its iOS counterpart, Take Five will… Read more »

Twitter Removes Unpopular ‘QuickBar’ from Official iOS App

A few weeks ago, Twitter had updated its iOS app adding a new “QuickBar” feature that appeared at the top of the screen to present trending topics, including topics promoted by paying sponsors. At first, the QuickBar actually obscured tweets at the top of the screen though it was later adjusted to avoid blocking tweets… Read more »

Adobe to Bring Advanced Photoshop Features to iPad

At Adobe’s annual Photoshop World conference yesterday, the California-based software giant gave a sneak preview of some upcoming features for its Photoshop app for the iPad, as reported by Photography Bay. Adobe’s Photoshop Express app first debuted in the App Store in October 2009 and offers relatively basic editing features compared to its desktop counterpart…. Read more »

Vimeo Releases Official iPhone App

Vimeo, the popular video-sharing service, has released an official iPhone app. The free app debuted in the App Store this morning and allows users to watch videos uploaded by other Vimeo members as well as record, edit, and upload their own videos to the Vimeo service. Vimeo for the iPhone offers some fairly advanced video… Read more »

‘PairShare’ Brings Wireless Music Sharing Between iOS Devices

Have you ever wanted to let a friend hear a song you’re listening to on your iOS device without handing over your headphones? If so, PairShare, a new app that debuted in the App Store a few days ago, is what you need. PairShare will let you share the music you’re listening to in real-time… Read more »

‘TeleNav GPS’ Debuts With In-App Subscription Option

TeleNav, the California-based company that provides location based apps and services for mobile devices, has released a self-branded turn-by-turn navigation app for the iPhone. The company had initially announced TeleNav GPS last month though it is not strictly for the Verizon iPhone 4 as initially indicated. GPS guidance through the app is free for the… Read more »

Apple Releases iOS 4.3.1

Apple has just released iOS 4.3.1 that includes minor bug fixes. This update has arrived fairly quickly after the initial release of iOS 4.3¬†earlier this month. A report by BGR just a few days ago had correctly predicted the release of iOS 4.3.1 within one to two weeks. The details of iOS 4.3.1 are as… Read more »

Resolved: Mac App Screenshots Are Back!

Last week we noted that screenshots for Mac apps on AppShopper were missing. We obtain all of the app information shown on AppShopper directly from Apple and these screenshots were missing from the feed provided by Apple for some unknown reason. We’re happy to report that this issue has been addressed and screenshots are now… Read more »

Square Enix Games On Sale Through March 31

To celebrate the release of the epic RPG, Final Fantasy III, developer Square Enix is having a sale on most of its iOS titles, offering them at 50% or more off their regular prices from now through March 31. Final Fantasy III for the iPhone and iPod touch is technically a remake of a 2006… Read more »

Wall Street Journal App Offers Single Issues for Purchase

The Wall Street Journal has updated its iPad app to now offer the ability to purchase individual issues of the daily newspaper in digital form. Previously, the app required a paid subscription to any content at all. A subscription option is still available within the app at a cost of $3.99 per week. Individual issues… Read more »