As we reported, just yesterday, Gmail for iPhone was due to be released in the next few days, well people, that day has come. All raise your glasses and celebrate the release of the native Gmail app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
It’s been in the works for more than a year, but Verizon’s FiOS on Demand app has finally arrived to the iPad and iPhone. Available as a free download on the iTunes Store, this tool provides FiOS subscribers with instant access to all movies or TV shows available under the provider’s Flex View service, which now boasts some 4,400 titles for purchase or rent, along with 32GB of cloud storage for each customer. It’s still unclear whether Verizon will be releasing a version for other tablets or handsets anytime soon, but iDevice owners can download the app at the source link below.
Apple had released iTunes 10.4 back in July to add support for Mac OS X Lion’s full screen apps feature and as a 64-bit Cocoa application under Lion.
According to the release notes, iTunes 10.4.1 includes the following bug fixes:
Apple has finally approved Google’s Google+ iPhone app and is now available in the App Store.
Google launched Google+ – its latest social networking project few weeks back to compete with Facebook. It has received a quite a few positive reviews and is already more than 10 million users strong and growing.
Google+ allows users to put their family and friends into Circles and lets them selectively share with specific groups within their personal network, rather than sharing with all their social connections at once.
Dream no longer friends, FL Studio Mobile is here for your iOS device of choice. The iPhone and iPod touch version is being offered for $15, while the more expansive HD edition for the iPad is fetching $20 — but both will see their price climb another $5 after the introductory sale is over. As mentioned you’ll be able to pass project files back and forth between the desktop and mobile apps, though the iDevices lack support (and the muscle power) for VST instruments. It also appears the scope of the sequencer had to be scaled back from 128 tracks to 99, but that should be more than enough to keep you tapping out beats like 9th Wonder while riding the train. Hit up the source links to download the portable production suite.
Apple has quietly released iTunes 10.3.1 earlier today, less than a day after it released iTunes 10.3, which brought features such as Automatic Downloads and Purchase history to PC and Mac, which are part of the iCloud’s iTunes in the Cloud feature. It also added Books to iTunes Store.
iTunes 10.3.1 is 75.8 MB in size for Mac OS X and 77 MB for Windows.
The support document for iTunes 10.3.1 does not provide any further details about what was fixed. It simply states the features that were introduced in iTunes 10.3.
i3D is a new app that can create a glasses-free 3D display on iDevices, using a technology known as Head-Coupled Perspective (HCP). Developed by the folks from the Engineering Human-Computer Interaction (EHCI) Research Group, HCP uses a front facing camera to track the movements of a user’s head, allowing the app to adjust the display accordingly.
DoubleTwist has released an update to its Android app that supports streaming of music, videos, and photos to the Apple TV using AirPlay.
doubleTwist Player is the best all-in-one music, radio and video app. Finds all the music on your phone and syncs music & video with the free doubleTwist app on Mac/PC.
Apple has started selling Square’s credit card reader for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch on it’s online store and according to TechCrunch will be soon be available in Apple retail stores.
Square is a revolutionary product, which allows individuals and businesses to accept credit card payments. The credit card reader is developed by the startup with the same name, which is co-founded by Jack Dorsey (also the co-founder of Twitter).
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If you’re hankering to be riding the very latest mobile software from Apple, hit up your iTunes, for version 4.3.2 of iOS is now available for downloadin’ and updatin’. Fixes for occasional “blank or frozen” FaceTime video and iPad 3G issues get top billing, while the obligatory security updates fill out the rest. The size of this mighty software drop? A hefty 666.2MB.