Monthly Archives: January 2013

Apple Releases iOS 6.1 with LTE Support for More Carriers and Siri Enhancement

Apple released iOS 6.1 today for the latest iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad models, adding LTE support for additional carriers and the ability to purchase movie tickets through Fandango with Siri for users in the US. Also, as pointed out by MacRumors, iOS 6.1 also includes a minor change to Passbook to make it easier… Read more »

Task Manager ‘Things’ for Mac Now 50% Off

Developer Cultured Code has put its highly-rated task management Mac app, Things, on sale, dropping its price to $24.99 from its regular $49.99 until January 31. This sale is significant because Cultured Code hasn’t ever put Things on sale since it’s been available in the Mac App Store, so if it’s been on your Wish… Read more »

Pebble Smartwatch Manager for iPhone Released

If you’ve been following the smartwatch scene at all, you’ve probably heard of the Pebble, a smartwatch developed by Palo Alto, California-based Pebble Technology. Pebble made headlines last year when its funding drive to develop its smartwatch through Kickstarter blew past its goal and hit $10 million in May 2012. The Pebble smartwatch was originally… Read more »

‘Twitterrific 5’ Gets New Features and Improvements

The Iconfactory’s Twitterrific 5 got an update yesterday that adds a few new features and improves existing ones. New features include the ability to see a thumbnail preview of images within your timeline and a new simplified reading mode is available in the in-app browser, but it’s the improvements and bug fixes that really make… Read more »

‘Temple Run 2’ for iPhone and iPad Debuts in the App Store

Imangi Studios has released a sequel to its wildly popular endless runner. Temple Run 2 debuted in the App Store last night, featuring some new characters, obstacles, and environments for you to ogle as you run, slide, and jump your way to evade evil monkeys determined to stop you and get back the idol you… Read more »

‘Do.one’ for iPhone Reminds You of That One Important Task Each Day

When it comes to task management, I believe simple is better. I’ve tried some of the complex task management approaches and apps out there and while they definitely have their uses, the last thing I need is a system that gives me even more work to do in defining, prioritizing, and categorizing what I need… Read more »

Win a Digital Magazine Subscription from Zinio

Though Zinio’s magazine subscription sale that we mentioned earlier this month is now over, you still have a chance to get a tree-free version of your favorite magazine right here through AppShopper. Zinio has given us 10 digital magazine subscriptions to give away to readers that we’re putting up for grabs right now. To win… Read more »

‘Keycard’ Locks Your Mac When Your iPhone Goes Out of Range

If you’ve ever wanted a quick way to ensure that others can’t use your Mac when you step away from it and you’re the type of person to keep your iPhone with you wherever you go, developer Appuous has a solution for you with its new Mac app, Keycard. Keycard is a tiny app that… Read more »

‘Cycloramic’ Spins Your iPhone 5 to Capture Panoramic Video

If you’ve ever wanted to take a panoramic video of you and your friends without asking a stranger to hold your iPhone for you and turn around in a circle, there’s a new app you’ll want to check out. Cycloramic by Egos Ventures debuted in the App Store just before Christmas and cleverly uses your… Read more »