The award-winning Infinity Blade II game for iOS is now free for a limited time on the App Store. Courtesy of Apple’s Free App of the Week promotion, the $7 game will be completely free for one week, ending next Thursday. Head inside for a full run down on the game:
Of all of the major music streaming services available today, Spotify is arguably the most popular one. It was one of the first companies to offer the type of streaming service where subscribers would have unlimited access to an entire catalogue of music for a monthly fee.
Today, the company announces that it has recently surpassed two impressive milestones. Spotify now has more then 10 million paying subscribers and over 40 million active users, with a reach of up to 56 different markets around the world.
The popular Kik Messenger app for iOS has just been updated to include a section for messages from new people. The new addition is definitely welcomed and makes managing your messages a much easier task. Here’s the full change log:
What's New In This Version:
Thanks for your feedback! This update has some big changes that will help you connect with friends on your terms:
• Easily manage your conversations with a separate section for messages from new people
• Pictures and content from new people are blurred until you choose to see them
• Block and report right from your conversation
• Sending stickers is easier and faster!
You can download Kik from the App Store now for free.
The popular photography app, 500px, has just been updated for IOS, bringing an improved interface for uploading photos. The latest version of 500px now allows users to upload multiple images at the same time. Head inside for the full rundown of the app:
Microsoft announced last month on April 3rd that the popular Microsoft Office app for the iPad had been downloaded over 12 million times only one week after its launch. Now, it appears that the Office app has crossed another very impressive milestone: 27 million downloads.
General manager Julia White announced the news today during a keynote at the TechEd customer conference in Houston, Texas.
If you haven’t already, head over to the App Store to check out Microsoft Office on the iPad.
Facebook has just pulled its Camera and Poke apps from the App Store after not reaching the success they had hoped for the two apps. Facebook has also pretty much integrated both apps into its main iOS client; so the two outdated programs were bound to be killed off eventually.
Both the Camera and Poke apps first debuted back in 2012, with Poke being Facebook’s answer to the mega-popular Snapchat app. However, after Facebook acquired Instagram, support for Poke stopped almost immediately.
There are currently only 4 apps made by Facebook on the App Store: Facebook, Messenger, Pages, and Paper.
Tumblr has just released a new update to its iOS app, bringing a very welcomed feature which allows users to customize the look and design of their blog right from within the app. You can now change colors, fonts, or the entire layout of your blog through a WYSIWYG-style interface, similar to the one on the web.
While the app has always allowed users to edit content on their blogs, this full control over the layout and design of your blog is a brand new feature. You can also view a live preview of the changes made to your blog before making it official.
Head over to the App Store now to get the new Tumblr app for free.
ESPN has just released a new app that helps you follow the upcoming 2014 Soccer World Cup right on your iPhone. ESPN FC Soccer & World Cup packs tons of features and aims to be your go-to app for everything related to the world’s most popular sporting event. Head inside for more details and screenshots: