In mid-September, 1Password updated their popular iOS app to support Touch ID and more iOS 8 features. Now, some improvements have been added to the mix.
Skype has seen quite a few updates since its launch with version 5.0 in June of 2014. Many of them have added oft-requested features, while others have been minor. On October 30, Skype released yet another version of the popular calling and messaging app.
After a number of weeks passed in which iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users twiddled their thumbs in anticipation of their favorite apps getting updated with support for native resolution on the new smartphones, it appears that the floodgates have finally opened in terms of developers releasing iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus compatibility updates for apps.
For the past month, we have been highlighting several apps that have been updated with support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus native resolution: Hulu Plus, Facebook Messenger and Kindle, Tweetbot, Google Chrome, 1Password, Fantastical Calendar, Gmail, Mailbox and more. This afternoon, you can add Skype for iPhone to the growing list.
Snapchat has emerged as one of the most popular social networks since launching in September 2011, with over 700 million photos and videos being sent per day by more than 100 million monthly active users. The foundation of the app has always been that any photos or videos sent or received between users disappear forever in a matter of seconds.