The app, which is now on version 5.5.3, now boasts a new layout for user profiles and pull-to-refresh animation, while users should also find that they can swipe up from the image viewer to dismiss photos.
At the same time, developer Iconfactory has made numerous bug fixes and a result the app seems to run a lot faster than it ever has in the past.
Twitterific 5 is a universal app (so you only have to buy it once for it to work across iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) and costs $2.99 from the App Store. Existing users can download the app update for free.
The app, now on version 5.1, looks only slightly different to the previous version but sports an array of new features.
Aside the new color scheme, it’s now easier to browse and organize videos and you can order articles based on factors like length, date and popularity.
The app has also been boosted with some performance improvements and minor bug fixes.
Instapaper, which was bought by BetaWorks in April, is now available for $3.99 from the App Store.
The iOS 7 New Tab Page Chrome extension replaces the regular new tab page with an interface that can easily be mistaken for iOS 7.
A default set of “apps” on the screen are really just shortcuts to Web sites.
The “App Store” allows you to install additional preconfigured shortcuts to one of the three screens. If you want to delete the apps or rearrange them, clicking on one of the apps for a couple of seconds will cause the icons to shake, just like in iOS 7.
The FCC filing details how the stylus is rubber-tipped and Bluetooth powered and describes how it can draw on a touchscreen “like a canvas”. There are also apparently two different versions; one which is crafted from wood and another which is made of aluminium alloy.
The Paper sketching app has won wide-spread applause since its introduction to the App Store some 18 months ago, and there have been signs of late that its developers – which were also behind the now-defunct Microsoft Courier project – are moving onto physical products.
The company — which is called FiftyThree – recently partnered with Moleskine so that Paper users can [...]
The idea is to give recruiters on the go ready access to the tools they need to find find the best job candidates
LinkedIn says that 33% of the site’s 230 million-plus members visit LinkedIn from mobile devices.
The LinkedIn Recruiter app is free if you already have a Recruiter account. It’s currently only available for the iPhone in the App Store, though a mobile Web version is also available.
The app is free to download from the Apple App Store and offers an array of useful features — from ultra wideband 44kHz audio that “feels like you’re in a recording studio” and video at 60 frames per second to the ability to take part in group discussions.
As with Google Hangouts, Spin lets users connect with up to ten people in “Gatherings” and these people can in turn import and share their photos and videos from Facebook, YouTube or the iPad’s camera roll.
Users can invite others by dragging their friend’s avatar into the discussion or alternatively by sending out “Spinvitatons”.
Aside the applauded [...]