iPad Apps

Pixelmator brings its powerful photo-editing app to iPhone

Pixelmator brings its powerful photo-editing app to iPhone

Pixelmator, the powerful image editing application that’s hugely popular among Mac users, is now available on iPhone. If you already have the iPad version of the app, the iPhone version is a free update, and it comes with a number of new features.

Rdio launches new $3.99 ‘Select’ monthly streaming plan with a catch

Rdio launches new $3.99 ‘Select’ monthly streaming plan with a catch

Rdio has confirmed plans to launch a new monthly streaming service priced at just $3.99. Aimed at users who don’t want to pay for the regular $9.99 a month plan, the new Rdio Select service will offer ad-free radio with unlimited skips, but there will be restrictions on how many tracks users can choose to play.

BitTorrent Bleep comes to iOS with new self-destructing messages feature

BitTorrent Bleep comes to iOS with new self-destructing messages feature

BitTorrent’s new Bleep app, which is focused on delivering secure and private messaging to smartphone users, is now available to all on iOS. It offers everything you’d expect from an instant messaging app, plus free voice calls, and a ‘Whisper’ feature that makes messages and attachments disappear.

All the best new apps and app updates to land in the App Store this week [April 13 – April 17]

All the best new apps and app updates to land in the App Store this week [April 13 – April 17]

Each week, a new round of apps and app updates land in the iOS App Store. This week is no exception with the debut of Microsoft’s Halo Spartan Assault, Halo Spartan Strike and a huge update to Any.do for iOS and Mac. These titles are only a sampling of what is available. Read on for our picks of the best new apps and app updates this week that you shouldn’t miss.

Popular Rules! game for iOS now free through the Apple Store app

Popular Rules! game for iOS now free through the Apple Store app

Rules!, the popular puzzle game for iOS that now comes with Apple Watch support, is currently available for free through the Apple Store app until May 10. Here’s how to claim your copy and save yourself $2.99.

Amazon Music app updated to 4.0, now features ad-free Prime Stations with unlimited skips

Amazon Music app updated to 4.0, now features ad-free Prime Stations with unlimited skips

Amazon’s had a music app for quite some time, but the latest update may make it a bit more enticing for Prime subscribers that haven’t given it a shot.

All the best new apps and app updates to land in the App Store this week [March 14 – 20]

All the best new apps and app updates to land in the App Store this week [March 14 – 20]
Each week a new round of apps and app updates land in the iOS App Store. This week is no exception with a new app in the popular CARROT series of antagonistic productivity apps and an update to hotter than hot Meerkat streaming video app. These titles are only a sampling of what is available. Read on for our picks of the best new apps and app updates this week that you shouldn’t miss.

Camera+ update brings Notification Center widget with handy photography tips

Camera+ update brings Notification Center widget with handy photography tips

Camera+, one of the best third-party camera applications you’ll find in the App Store, has been updated with a new Notification Center widget that offers handy photography tips each and every day, and the ability to share your photos directly to Instagram.

FiftyThree announces ‘Think Kit’ with new tools coming to Paper in April

FiftyThree announces ‘Think Kit’ with new tools coming to Paper in April

Recently, FiftyThree Studios made its app, “Paper,” completely free to use, which opened up a whole suite of creativity tools for users to take advantage of at no extra cost.

Twitter clamps down on Meerkat’s access to your friends

Twitter clamps down on Meerkat’s access to your friends

The new Meerkat app that allows users to stream live video to their Twitter followers is having one of its most useful features revoked by the social network, meaning new users will no longer be connected with their existing Twitter contacts automatically when they sign in.