Tag Archive: Launches


Apple launches new blog dedicated to all things Swift

Swift, a completely new programming language for the App Age, was one of the biggest announcements that come out of WWDC and now it’s also got its own blog. Apple launched a new blog dedicated to the development of Swift… Read more ›

This week Apple announced CarPlay, a rebranding of ‘iOS in the Car’ from WWDC last summer. The software is an extension of iOS that is designed for hands-free use of Siri, Apple Maps, Phone, Messages, and services like iTunes Radio. While… Read more ›     

Pics.io Launches In-Browser Photo Editor, But Why?

Between your iPhone, your iPad and your Mac, it’s hard to imagine a time when you’d be online and need to edit a photo, but somehow not have access to an app like Snapseed (which has its own browser version… Read more ›     

New app Metadata+ tells you whenever a drone strike kills somebody overseas. Working by pulling data from the UK’s Bureau of Investigative Journalism, the app plots the location of each strike on a map, and then sends a push notification… Read more ›     

Apple Launches iTunes Radio Down Under

Apple announced this morning that its iTunes Radio music service has finally branched out from being available only in the U.S. Starting today iTunes users in Australia can start using Apple’s free Internet radio service, after iTunes Radio originally debuted… Read more ›     

Having just crawled out of its smackdown from Google, Rap Genius is back with a new app for iOS that gives you access the site’s breakdowns and explanations on all those pop songs you just don’t understand. The Genius app… Read more ›     

Readdle has today rolled out a major new version of PDF Expert, on of its most popular productivity apps for iOS. The new release introduces an all-new design for iOS 7, as well as a much-improved file manager and PDF… Read more ›     

Kim Dotcom’s questionably-legal controversial cloud storage service, Mega, now has an official iPhone app. Designed specifically for iOS 7, the new app lets users manage their accounts and files on the go. Not only can you see your files in… Read more ›     

A year ago, Microsoft released the SmartGlass app, an app for iPhone and iPad that let you navigate your Xbox 360 with swipes and taps on your touchscreen, and even use your device as a second-screen in supported games. This… Read more ›     

Sony’s new PlayStation companion app is now available on Android and iOS ahead of the PlayStation 4′s worldwide launch this month. The app allows you to access the PlayStation Network on the go to view your notifications, invitations, game alerts,…

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