The update sees the free app move to version 5.3 and introduces Digg Video, which pulls in videos based on how much interaction they are getting on Digg, Facebook and Twitter.
In addition, Digg promises that the app offers faster scrolling and says that there are fewer crashes.
As before, users are able to read the latest news articles, find and follow online publishers, writers and bloggers and save articles to Digg, Instapaper, Pocket and Readability. Alternatively, readers can share these out via Facebook, Twitter, email and SMS.
People have become increasingly mobile-centric and are always surrounded by the latest gadgets. It enables users to travel around the world in a split second and complete all important work. It helps executives check email on their mobile phones, attend business meetings on-the-go, and finalize a sales deal with a client. Everything is made possible without any waste of time and it’s all thanks to mobility.
Tablets have penetrated every industry and have created a strong impact on the business front. It enables to reach out to a wider audience and let businesses extend their valuable services.
Tablets have become an integral part of everyday [...]
Facebook users can now edit their posts
If you’re on those Facebook posters who take a little time scripting and rehashing your comments for mass social appeal, the latest Facebook iPad app update is likely to go down well.
The app (free, iTunes) update has just rolled out to the App Store and allows iPad users to finally edit posts and comments, as well as view all their changes. This was previously only available on the iPhone.
Less significant changes in version 6.7 include new language support and various bug fixes.
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Following on from the re-launch of the Yahoo Weather app back in April, the Internet firm this week [...]
The new tablet is reportedly dubbed the ‘Illusionist’ (it certainly will be magic if the tablet can revive Nokia’s flagging fortunes) and is due to ship with Windows RT 8.1 and a Qualcomm processor, according to sources at The Verge and Twitter tipster evleaks.
The slate is pencilled in to launch early next year.
That timeframe is likely to coincide with Microsoft closing the deal to acquire Nokia. The deal, which was announced back in September, is worth $7.2 billion and sees Nokia’s outgoing CEO Stephen Elop return to his former employers.
(Worth reading: Nokia pits the Lumia 2520 up against the Surface 2 & Microsoft veep hints at [...]
Read on Oyster – the ‘Netflix for eBooks’
Oyster recently came to the iPad for the first time and it’s fantastic for anyone who loves reading books on their tablet.
Dubbed by companies as the ‘Netflix for eBooks’ it promises a library of over 100,000 eBooks for $9.95 a month, although it is offering a free one month trial if you fancy checking it out first.
The app is generally a breeze to use. The dark user interface and stylish typography makes it easy to read, even at night-time, and the full-screen viewing mode means that the app is populated by a collection of high quality cover images.
You can easily flip between pages [...]
As a result of the update (version 5.0), the app sports a user interface better equipped for larger screen as well as new functions, like the ability to view more details on an artist or album or to add music variety of a radio station.
Furthermore, listeners can jump straight from the ‘Now Playing’ screen to Amazon to buy the track, or access an artist’s profile page which includes their biography, discography and song lyrics. Users can also share recent tracks on Facebook (using the Pandora Timeline app) or share links to specific stations on Twitter.
As well as the new Android app (free, Google Play), Pandora also has an app for Apple’s iPad [...]