Google Hangouts for iOS has just been updated to bring support for the iPad and tons of new features. It’s been quite some time since Google released a new version of the messenger, but it’s finally here and it was well worth the wait. Full iPad optimization, video calling, animated sticks and more are all now included in version 2.0 of the app. Head inside for the full change log and download link:
While most of us here at iPD prefer Google’s search engine, there are some of you out there who would rather use Microsoft’s Bing. If you do, you’ll be happy to hear that the Bing search app for iOS has just been updated to bring many new features. Head inside for the full changelog and download link:
Google Translate for iOS has just been updated, bringing support for the iOS 7 keybaord, a new status bar and more. Head inside for the full rundown on the app’s features and changes:
Those of you who enjoy playing games on your iOS devices will be happy to hear that Apple is doing a short little promo on its Apple Store app, offering the popular TETRIS game for free. Simply head over to the Apple Store app and download the addicting game for no cost at all.
“One of the bestselling mobile games of all time, Tetris, is now updated with more features than ever before. This blast from the past is enhanced for iOS 7 and includes newly redesigned levels and one-touch controls.”
You can download the Apple Store app from the App Store for free.
Nearly 6 months after the release of iOS 7, Path has finally been updated with a new look matching Apple’s latest software design guidelines. I guess it’s better late than never, huh? Head inside for the full changelog and download link:
Those of you who out there who use BBM as your go-to instant messenger will be happy to hear that the app has just gotten a new update for iOS which makes it easier to find and add new friends. Head inside for more details and the download link!
Readability has just been updated for iOS to bring a new Recommendations feature and fixed syncing. Head inside for the full change log:
A new game called Hatch, another digital pet offering, Game Center ready. The first time I saw one of these little globular creatures was inside the Facebook Messenger application’s emoji shop. They are called “Fugu” I believe, and you can name them whatever you’d like after they hatch. Start the game, watch the cool trailer, choose your Fugu’s permanent color, and start geekin’.
Fruit bearing trees provide various forms of nourishment and currencies. Most importantly, Realmac software had a hand in designing this game, and if you’ve ever used the app Clear for your Mac or iOS device, you know the quality you can expect.