Nearly a year ago, the App Store crossed 1 million approved apps, but out of them only 700k apps were live. Today, the App Store has reached a million live iPhone and iPad apps.
Getting âFatal Unable to process requestâ error when downloading an app from App Store? Youâre not the only one
Mindsense has been making steady progress on the OS X version of its popular iOS email client, Mail Pilot. After months in private beta testing, the developers are ready to open the OS X beta to the public. Starting today, Mac users can head over to Mail Pilot’s website and sign up for the beta program.
Bitcoin. It’s all over the news, and you’ve probably heard of it, but do you know what it really is? It’s a digital currency that some people, namely drug dealers and folks looking to avoid paying taxes, use to move around money and circumvent the financial institutions that have been taking care of the world’s capital for hundred of years. Coinbase is a company that helps people manage their Bitcoins, both by letting them buy Bitcoins and transfer them to other people. Today, for reasons that weren’t specified, Apple kicked them out of the App Store.
Apple’s October Special Event wasn’t just about the iPad — Apple used the time to announce both Mac hardware and software-related news. Though Apple primarily focused on its iLife and iWork apps, a handful of other apps were also updated today. One notable update was photography appÂ Aperture, which has been updated to version 3.5.