Apple has just launched a new promotion on the App Store where it is offering 20 productivity apps at discounted prices for a limited time.
We had covered quite a few of them in our App Deals post earlier today.
The NFL Now app that was revealed just a few days ago is now official, and if you own an iOS-based device with iOS 7 or later, or have a current Apple TV sitting nearby, you can access the deepest NFL video library anywhere whenever you want. Plus, plenty of other bonuses for NFL fans out there.
Delta Airlines this morning updated its Fly Delta iOS apps with in-flight entertainment, allowing users to stream movies and TV shows provided by the airline directly to their iOS devices while on-board. The update comes as a part of Delta’s new plan to revitalize the entertainment offerings while flying, which most agree are largely lackluster.
Facebook decided to kill Facebook Messenger inside the stock app just a few days ago, in an effort to move users over to the standalone Messenger app for mobile platforms, and now the app has received an update that should make those visual conversations less frustrating.
Apple has been moving away from any kind of dependency on Google for quite some time now, and not just when it comes to the Maps app. Google, though, doesn’t mind having its own applications available for iOS. Gmail, one of the company’s most popular iOS apps, has now been updated to feature further integration into other Google products, as well as some other small additions to ice the cake.