Apple is now allowing Watch app submissions from developers in the iOS App Store. This means that any of the iOS apps available in the App Store can submit updates with support for the Watch, utilizing the WatchKit framework.
The Cinamatic App has been named the app of the week by Apple this week. The app usually goes for 99 cents in the app store but will be available for free free during the next week.
The Korean Herald has published a report regarding Apples App Store no refund policy. According to the report, the South Korean government has ordered Apple to change these policies.
Apple has announced that it will discontinue its Aperture app, but it has made updates to other professional desktop apps such as Final Cut Pro, Motion, Compressor, and MainStage on OS X.
Developers have discovered a new hidden feature in iOS 8 beta that will allow users to find their parked car using the Maps application. The feature was not introduced during Apple’s WWDC event last week.
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”.
Crackle Movies & TV app has been rebuilt from the ground up and optimized for iOS7. New improvements include, navigation, video playback, content discovery, and enhanced Closed Caption experience.
The app is available in the App Store for free, no signup, no fees. Crackle adds new content every month such as movies, TV shows, Anime, Crackle originals
Microsoft releases Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for iPad, and the new release will join the pre-existing OneNote for iPad as Microsoft expands is range of apps tailored to Apple’s iPad.