Skype has been updated to version 5.0 and is available in the App Store in some countries. The new navigation style looks much like the Windows Phone apps that have a thin tool bar at the bottom and a Panorama control menu at the top.
Getting a photo to fit perfectly on the iPhone lockscreen in no easy task and most of the time wont do the photo justice because the clock and slide bar are covering most of the photo. Now you can use an app called Lockscreen Wallpaper Designer to help you create a much better looking lockscreen photo.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City is observing a Dedication Period beginning today through May 20th for “9/11 families, 9/11 rescue and recovery workers, active duty first responders, survivors and lower Manhattan residents and business owners”.
CNBC’s Kelly Evans has been told by Dong Nguyen, Flappy Bird developer, that the addictive game will return to the App Store as early as August and will include a multiplayer feature. This time the game will be less addictive, according to Nguyen.
Adobe Voice app for iPad has been announced, this app allows users to dream up and create animated videos with voice, photos, icons and your own sound effects.
The app has different templates to choose from making it easy and simple to use. Once you are finished making a video you can then share with friends on common social media networks.
Rovio has launched a Flappy Bird inspired game called RETRY, in which the player has to direct a small plane through a number of obstacles. RETRY is a lot smoother to control, you can watch the launch trailer bellow.
Beats Music app has been updated to version 2.0 now allowing iPad users with a monthly subscription to stream music on their device. The in-app purchasing option has been recently added as well, which makes it easier for users to use the full version of the service.
A new app called Vhoto runs through your videos and finds special moments to turn into still photos. You don’t have to worry about hitting the button at a precise moment to take photos of flips or jumps anymore.
The purpose of the popular Snapchat app is to share brief moments with friends, which means all photos and videos will disappear after they have been seen, but still allow either you or your friends to save anything by tapping or taking a screenshot. The app has now been updated with instant messaging and live video calls.
Squirrels launched an app today called Slingshot, a cross-platform app that lets users share their iOS screens with others on iOS, Mac OS X, Windows, or Android.