Monthly Archives: February 2012

Google Street View Coming to Navigon Navigation App

Mobile World Congress, the annual trade show focused on all things related to cellular mobile techology, is in full swing in beautiful Barcelona this week and Navigon, the maker of personal navigation devices and apps for multiple smartphone platforms, announced there a new upcoming feature for its iOS navigation app. Google Street View will come… Read more »

Apple Sends Out Invitations for March 7 Press Event

The Loop reports that Apple has sent out invitations to the press for a media event next month where the consumer electronics company is expected to announce the iPad 3. The event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time on March 7. The… Read more »

Adobe Releases Photoshop Touch for iPad 2

Adobe, the California-based software giant, announced the release of Photoshop Touch for the iPad today. The app brings core Adobe Photoshop photo editing features to the tablet including layers and selection tools available in the desktop versions of the application. The full list of the app’s features is as follows: Use popular Photoshop features designed for… Read more »

Apple Holding Contest to Celebrate 25 Billion App Downloads

Apple has posted details about a new contest to celebrate the upcoming 25 billionth download from the iOS App Store, offering a $10,000 iTunes gift card as the grand prize. The contest launched late last week and will conclude when the 25 billionth app is downloaded. This is not the first time Apple has run… Read more »

Review: Clear for iPhone Brings Simplicity and Beauty to Your Tasks

As promised last month, Realmac Software, Impending, and Milen have released Clear, a unique to do app that features a streamlined interface that is completely gesture-driven and lacks virtual buttons. Clear debuted in the App Store earlier this week on Tuesday and quickly rocketed to the #1 spot on the Paid iPhone Apps list where… Read more »

Apple Releases Developer Build of Mac OS X Mountain Lion

Apple announced today the release of a developer build of the next major version of the Mac operating system, Mountain Lion. The build is available to Mac Developer Program members starting today and will be released in the Mac App Store late this summer. Apple states that Mountain Lion contains over 100 new features and… Read more »

ReadAndCall Makes Dialing on the Go Easy

When it comes to phone numbers in an email or on a web page, dialing that number is incredibly easy on the iPhone since iOS usually recognizes phone numbers and makes them actionable via simple tap. However, I admit that there are days when I wish saving and dialing numbers I see when I’m out… Read more »

Tweetbot for iPad Debuts, Updated to Version 2.0 for iPhone

Tweetbot, the popular Twitter app that debuted for the iPhone nearly a year ago, has been released for the iPad. The app hit the App Store yesterday afternoon and climbed steadily up the charts to make it to the #1 paid iPad app spot, which is where it sits at the time of this post…. Read more »

Round-up: Unique iPhone Clock Apps

Though the iPhone comes with a clock app out of the box, this hasn’t fazed developers one little bit from trying to provide a better alternative (a search of the App Store here on AppShopper for “clock” yields over 1,000 results). On its face (see what I did there?), making a clock app unique seems… Read more »

Avid Studio for iPad Released

Avid, the Massachusetts-based maker of audio and video editing software and tools, has released a version of its popular video editing application, Avid Studio, for the iPad. Avid Studio allows you to combine video, audio, and pictures and add titles, animations, transitions and more to create polished videos that can be published directly to YouTube… Read more »