In what might be Mountain Lion’s major last roar, Apple has released OS X 10.8.4, a minor update that fixes a few small bugs in Mountain Lion before the (presumed) WWDC debut of OS X 10.9.
The update is recommended for all Macs, and fixes the following issues:
Compatibility improvements when connecting to certain enterprise Wi-Fi networks Microsoft Exchange compatibility improvements in Calendar A fix for an issue that prevented [Read More...]
Apple has released a new WWDC 2013 companion app for iOS, which is designed to give developers the opportunity to follow the event each day. Designed for both attendees and those who cannot make it, the app offers a WWDC schedule, the latest news, daily session videos for registered developers, and more.
Apple traditionally releases a WWDC companion app every year, so we were expecting this to hit the App Store since [Read More...]
Adobe has released the Kuler iOS app for creating color themes on the iPhone. Designers can use Kuler to generate color palettes with help from the iPhone’s camera. The app and new Kuler website were both previewed at Adobe MAX earlier this month.
The new Kuler iPhone app allows you to capture inspiring color themes anytime, using the iPhone camera. You can then sync those color themes [Read More...]
Too little too late?
Rhapsody, the online music streaming service a few of your friends used ten years ago, has released a redesigned version of its iPhone app. Like Spotify and Rdio, Rhapsody allows you to create playlists, download tracks for listening offline, and look up artist/album information. It costs $ 10 per month for access to millions of tracks.
“Beautiful and fully redesigned, the latest incarnation of the [Read More...]
The Omni Groups makes great, robust apps for OS X and iOS. Fans of the Omni apps will be pleased to learn that the company has released OmniPresence, its take on document syncing in the cloud. Instead of iCloud sync or Dropbox, The Omni Group has built its own solution using open standards likeÂ WebDAVÂ and Apache.
Now files saved inÂ OmniOutliner,Â OmniGraffle, andÂ OmniGraphSketcherÂ on the iPad can be effortlessly synced with their Mac counterparts, and vice [Read More...]
Filippo Bigarella is best known for being the developer of some of the most popular jailbreak tweaks for iOS, including Springtomize, LivelyIcons, and PasswordPilot Pro. But he’s just launched his first official iPhone app through the App Store.
It’s called Balances, and it’s a wonderfully simply finance app with a gorgeous interface that’ll help you keep track of the money you owe and the money owed to you.
When you leave your [Read More...]
Apple just released a new version of iTunes that comes with a couple of unexpected new features. The 11.0.3 update includes a new MiniPlayer, an improved songs view, and finally support for multi-disc albums along with some bug fixes.
New view for MiniPlayer from iTunes 11.0.3 update
The update for the MiniPlayer is by-far the biggest new feature. There’s a new MiniPlayer view that showcases [Read More...]
Twitter-like social network App.net has released a new app in the iOS App Store called Passport. Unlike apps like Netbot, Passport can’t be used to actually read an App.net feed. The app is designed to manage accounts and help discover third-party clients.
Our mission has always been to support developers and to give members more choice.Â At its core, Passport is our directory app: an easy way for [Read More...]
After giving Gmail some link support for Chrome, YouTube and Google Maps yesterday, Google is now ready to help developers integrate Chrome for iOS into their apps.
Google just released some new Chrome integration tools for iOS developers that will let users open a webpage in Chrome and then come back to the app with just a tap.Â Despite iOS’s closed system that doesn’t let users set a default browser, the new Chrome [Read More...]
It seems like a week can’t pass by without a new video streaming app coming out of the wood work. If you need more video streaming options on your iPhone, T-Mobile’s got a new app to hook you up.
T-Mobile TV was just released for iPhone yesterday. The app has been on Android devices since 2010, but this is the first time the magenta carrier is bringing it to iPhone. The “free” [Read More...]