Cultured Code has updated its popular to-do app, Things, with several nice improvements and a lot of bug fixes. Moving in and out of different time zones no longer causes a task to show up on the incorrect day. General performance should be much faster for the Mac app in just about every way. Things Cloud Sync, a feature that was introduced last year, has also been [Read More...]
Pebble has updated its Bluetooth smartwatch OS with several notable additions and bug fixes. Battery life has been improved, and push notifications requesting permission to pair appear less frequently on iOS devices. Developers now have access to the SDK for creating custom watchfaces.
Here’s the full list of changes:
Added support for third-party watchfaces created by the watchface SDK (see the SDK release notes for more details). Resolved power-savings issues [Read More...]
Apple has released iOS 6.1.3, a relatively minor software update that includes a patch for the bug that allowed someone to bypass the lock screen and access the Phone app, and also brings some improvements to Maps in Japan. Additionally, the update patches the evasi0n jailbreak, thereby preventing devices from being jailbroken by that tool in the future. There are no known feature additions or changes.
The update is available [Read More...]
Apple today released an update to iTunes on Windows and Mac. iTunes 11.0.2 is a minor update that address numerous bug fixes and adds the ability to sort music by Composer. The app’s responsiveness has been improved when handling large playlists. You can grab theÂ 54.2 MB update now in the Mac App Store.
Release notes from [Read More...]
The popular jailbreak tweak Zephyr has today been updated to squash a number of incompatibility issues with iOS 6, and to bring the iPad’s four-finger gestures to the iPhone. It now allows you to close apps and swipe between the ones you have running withoutÂ touchingÂ the home button.
Just like the iPad’s gestures, you can now use a four-fingered swipe to the left or right to switch between apps, and a four-fingered pinch [Read More...]
Springtomize 2 from Filippo Bigarella is one of the easiest and most effective ways to customize your iOS device after jailbreaking; it’s so good that we recently chose it as one of the best tweaks to install after jailbreaking with evasi0n. And now its even better, thanks to its latest update â€” which introduces support for the iPhone 5′s larger display, and fixes a whole host of bugs.
If you’ve already installed [Read More...]
Twitter has updated one its Mac applications today, but no, it’s not the Twitter app. It’s TweetDeck, which now offers a number of new features, and more than 90 fixes for previous issues. The update brings the native TweetDeck client in line with TweetDeck for Google Chrome.
Some of TweetDeck’s new features include the ability to embed tweets into your blog posts or web pages, and the introduction of a new search box [Read More...]
Apple released iTunes 11 about two weeks ago, and now the software’s first update has been released in the Mac App Store.Â iTunes 11.0.1 brings back the ability to find duplicate items in a library. Apple excluded the feature in the first version of iTunes 11, but the company promised to add it back in a future update.
Besides the ability to display duplicates, Apple has included some bug fixes for iTunes [Read More...]
In my review of Twitterrific 5, I commended the app’s incredible attention to detail. Today The Iconfactory released its first update to Twitterrific 5, and version 5.0.1 shows how a great app treats the finer details with great importance. There’s nothing groundbreaking included, but there are some wonderfully subtle improvements and a decent handful of bug fixes.
One of the biggest additions is the ability to quickly switch between the app’s Light [Read More...]
Apple’s Maps struck again this morning when it was reported that multiple drivers were being guided into the wilderness when searching for the city ofÂ Mildura. The local police deemed the glitch in Maps a “potentially life-threatnening issue” because the Australian wilderness is not exactly a safe place to get lost in. The temperature gets really hot and there’s no water.
Since the fiasco started circulating in the media this morning, Apple has [Read More...]