Twitter has rolled out a big update to its iPad app that makes the user experience on larger displays almost identical to that you’re used to on iPhone. That’s thanks to a new “adaptive UI,” which automatically scales itself to suit the display size you’re using.
The Skype app for iOS has undergone a bit of a maintenance run with its latest string of updates, with tweaks to the software to better enhance the performance of the app.
In December of 2013, Instagram officially debuted Direct, a messaging platform designed to share photos and videos with other people.
Instagram‘s popularity has certainly grown, even with only recently adding video and those static images being stuck in tiny boxes.
At the tail-end of May, Google officially announced Photos, a new cloud-based storage option that allows users to have access to unlimited storage, and “Creations,” which bring collages, animations and more for users to show off.
An ever-popular game genre, there are hundreds (literally) of car and driving titles for the iPhone and iPad, the vast majority of which are horribly flawed in one way or another. Crude graphics, appalling gameplay, over-zealous freemium grabs, and so on. Luckily, I’ve done the hard work for you – in a variety of sub-genres, I whittled the hundreds down to a dozen and then finally to the five you’ll want to think about loading up.