Monthly Archives: September 2011

‘Push 4.0’ Notifies You of Anything and Everything

Although push notifications are incorporated into many apps, it’s not a feature that’s as prevalent as we’d like to stay on top of emails, RSS feed updates, Twitter and other events and messages. Also, it can be a bit cumbersome keeping track of all of those notifications when they’re spread out among several apps (and… Read more » Debuts on iPhone, a social music service that kicked off earlier this year, has debuted for the iPhone. The free app hit the App Store this afternoon as the company announced a $7 million round of funding and the addition of a new board member at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco today. lets users, who must… Read more »

NBC, TNT and TBS Now Offer Full TV Episodes on iPad, iPhone

Remember when NBC released their iPad app earlier this summer and we wished that it offered the ability to show full-length episodes of the network’s shows? Well, NBC heard our wish and made it so, announcing an update to its iPad app last week to enable this, as reported by MacRumors earlier today. Also joining… Read more »

Jawbone’s ‘Up’ Activity Tracking Bracelet and iPhone App Previewed

9to5 Mac managed to get a hold of some marketing material for an upcoming iPhone accessory and app slated for release later this month by Jawbone, the maker of premium Bluetooth headsets and accessories. The Jawbone Up will be a bracelet and app combination that will track user’s movements, sleep and even food intake with… Read more »

Google Releases ‘Blogger’ for iPhone

Google’s free, popular blogging platform gets a boost today with the release of its official Blogger app for the iPhone. Blogger hit the App Store this morning and offers on-the-go blog post publishing complete with images, location information, and more. Start blogging on the go with the official Blogger app! With Blogger app for iPhone… Read more »

Navigon Announces Next-Generation Navigation Apps for iPhone

Navigon, the maker of personal navigation devices and apps for multiple smartphone platforms, announced at the IFA conference in Berlin over the weekend that it will be releasing updates to its iOS apps that include an interface overhaul and new map management features. A screenshot included with the press release hints at the revised interface with… Read more »

PostSecret Comes to the iPhone

PostSecret, a project that was previously confined to the project’s website, museum exhibits and books, has arrived for the iPhone. If you’re not familiar with PostSecret, it was founded in 2005 by Frank Warren as a sort of community-driven confessional, accepting secrets written anonymously on postcards which were then curated and posted on the project’s… Read more »

Labor Day Sales: Games, Utilities and More (Oh My!)

Labor Day, the holiday dedicated to American workers that marks the end of the summer fun and the beginning of the school year in the U.S., is upon us and app developers have again marked down their apps to entice you do to some digital shopping. While we hope you’re outside enjoying this long weekend,… Read more »

September 11 Memorial App for iPad Released, Free for a Limited Time

The 9/11 Memorial: Past, Present, and Future –an app focusing on the World Trade Center before and after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks– has debuted in the App Store. The app features more than 400 photos and 40 videos, many never made public until now, as well as an interactive timeline of the Twin… Read more »