Since the 3rd generation iPad was announced last week, the most incredible feature was the Retina Display screen. Since that very day, developers scramble to update their iPad apps to be ready for launch day. Why? Because everybody knows that if you get your app ready for a new product it will be highlighted.
Amazon has updated its Kindle app for iOS ahead of the 3rd generation iPad launch with much needed improvements. The app sports Retina Display graphics that for sure will make reading books and magazines on the new iPad something enjoyable.
From Electronic Arts comes a new game that takes cues from the iOS classic Flight Control. This game, aptly named Flight Control Rocket features:
Evernote has updated its iOS app bringing Retina Display graphics for the 3rd generation iPad. The update also includes enhancements and much needed bug fixes.
Apple has released digital camera RAW compatibility update version 3.10 for Mac OS X. The update brings compatibility for the following cameras:
Osfoora for Mac has been updated with new features, convenient gestures and keyboard shortcuts, along with bug fixes.
This is one app that I have been waiting for a long time. For how long? Since Sparrow for Mac was released. The main reason is that I was expecting the ease of use, the Gmail integration that Apple's Mail app lacks, and some features that are taken from the Mac version.
Updated on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 11:12PM by Gustavo Franceschini
The long awaited mail client for the iPhone, Sparrow, has appeared in the App Store in the UK and should make its way through the rest of the world as time goes by. It features a familiar user interface, similar to the Facebook app.