Monthly Archives: June 2011

Official ‘Appshopper’ App Updated, Gets App Ratings, Links to Reviews, More

Our official AppShopper app has been updated, getting several new features including links to 3rd-party app reviews at 148apps and TouchArcade, a way for users to rate apps directly, push notification scheduling and more. Version 1.4 of Appshopper hit the App Store just now though it may take a few hours for it to become… Read more »

Nexmap Boston: Gorgeous Public Transportation Maps, Schedules and More

Forgive me if you’re not in Boston, Massachusetts since this app won’t do you any good – it’s all about public transportation here in Bean Town. But if you do live in in the Boston area or will have a chance to visit the Cradle of Liberty in the near future, read on since Nexmap Boston… Read more »

Apple Posts ‘Final Cut Pro X’ FAQ, Offering Refunds to Some

Following last week’s release of Final Cut Pro X and the subsequent backlash of mostly negative reviews, Apple quietly posted an FAQ page addressing questions about the revamped video editing application last night. Final Cut Pro X is a breakthrough in nonlinear video editing. The application has impressed many pro editors, and it has also… Read more »

‘Phocus’ Helps You Get Things Done

Having trouble staying focused on your work because of distractions? Looking for a timer to help split your work day between working time and breaks? If so, do check out Phocus by One Tiny Pixel, aka Marshall Bock. Phocus hit the App Store late last month and offers a polished interface with adjustable timers to… Read more »

‘Fring’ Updated to Bring Group Video Calling to iPad

Fring, a free communications app available for a number of platforms, has been updated to be universal with an interface optimized for the iPad. The latest update also brings Bluetooth audio support for the iPhone and connectivity improvements. The full list of what’s new in version is as follows: NEW iPad optimized version! The… Read more »

‘’ Brings Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and Gowalla to You

The social networking craze is off the charts these days and the App Store is certainly a reflection of this with thousands of apps in the Social Networking category alone. Many of them focus on one social networking service while others work to provide more comprehensive access to several at the same time, like Taptivate’s… Read more »

NBC Shows Come to iPad (Well, Not Really)

As a fan of the shows 30 Rock and Chuck, I was excited to see this entry show up in the What’s New list here on AppShopper but I was quickly disappointed as it turns out. NBC has released an app for the iPad that offers access to its shows and other information and the… Read more »

Apple Releases ‘iTunes Festival London 2011’ Featuring Live Music Streaming

Earlier this week Apple released its iTunes Festival London 2011 iOS app that provides scheduling information and live streaming of concerts daily throughout the month of July at The Roundhouse in London. The iTunes Festival kicks off on July 1 and will feature performances by Paul Simon, Duran Duran, Coldplay, Kasabian over 31 days. 31… Read more »