Monthly Archives: September 2012

Google Releases Official YouTube App for iPhone

Google has released its own official app for its video website subsidiary, YouTube. The free app debuted in the App Store this morning, offering a more streamlined interface and claiming better discovery of videos and channels and the ability to view even more videos, including official music videos and Google Play content, from its catalog…. Read more »

Giftly Brings Its Revolutionary Gift Giving Service to the iPhone

Up until September 2011, the only way you could give someone a gift card or certificate to a specific store was to purchase one from that store and then deliver it in paper, plastic, or electronic form to your desired recipient. Since then, Giftly, a San Francisco-based start-up, has been trying to change that by… Read more »

Junecloud Releases Notefile for Mac

Junecloud, the Michigan-based developer of the excellent Delivery Status touch package tracking app for the iPhone and iPad, has released Notefile for Mac. This version of Notefile complements the iPhone and iPad version that first debuted in the App Store last summer and offers synchronization of your notes between all computers and devices via iCloud… Read more »

Official TouchArcade App Gets iPad Compatibility

The official app for our fantastic sister site, TouchArcade, just got a major update to make it universal, giving it an interface optimized for the iPad and its larger screen (with graphics up to the task of pleasing your eyes on the retina display of the latest iPad). Version 1.1 of TouchArcade – The Best… Read more »

Apple Invites Press to September 12 Event

As expected, Apple has issued invitations to the press for an event on September 12 to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 10:00 am Pacific Time, according to The Loop. Everyone and their mother expects Apple to release the next iPhone model at this event. iOS 6, which was announced… Read more »