Entries in App (2039)
Social news magazine Pulse has been updated today for the first time since been acquired by LinkedIn. The update brings the ability to share news stories to, you guessed it, LinkedIn.
Hotel Tonight updated its iOS app today with a new feature called Snap Your Stay. This new feature lets users add photos from your stay at a hotel to help friends and other users see even more of that place.
Microsoft finally show some love for Mac users. The company released today an update to Office for Mac 2011 that brings a number of improvements and bug fixes.
It's finally coming; PopCap released a rather disturbing trailer for Plants vs. Zombies 2 that will hit the App Store some time in July of this year. I stated "disturbing" because, well, see for yourself.
Wigglehop has been around for some time now for the iPhone. But it's not until recently that I use the app and I instantly found it very useful for getting showtimes in theaters nearby, with just the time of the next showing of the movie I'm interested in. After selecting the theater, movie and time you are given the option to send the information through Twitter, Facebook, iMessage, more.
Boingo updated its iOS app today to allows users to buy Wi-Fi access for the Boingo network right from the app. Users can buy a subscription to Boingo as an in-app purchase with their iTunes accounts right from within the app.
You Can Finally Continue Playing Angry Birds Where You Left Off on Another Device as Rovio Brings Rovio Accounts
Angry Birds maker Rovio has announced the availability of Rovio Accounts that allows users to sync their game progress across multiple devices. A long time ago the company said it was working on this kind of solution, something users wanted for too long, and the company opted for accounts to make this work.
Messaging service and app Viber has reached version 3.0 today. The new version is available for the iPhone and for the first time the service is available as a Mac app. The company's approach to come to the desktop separates themselves from the "all-mobile" approach most messaging apps have taken.