A great Android app, or the greatest Android app? We'll let history be the judge. Okay, and any of iMore's Android-wielding fans. All you have to do to find out is download iMore for Android right now from the Google Play store. You know it's free, and you know it's fabulous.
Sonos has been making great iPhone- and iPad-controlled smart, connected speakers for years. Recently they've moved into the home theater space as well. Now, not only can you get all your audio anywhere in your house, but you can get up to 5.1 surround sound in your living room. Easily. But how does is work with iOS 7 and Apple TV, and more importantly, how well?
When it rains, it pours. Or so it seems with Google of late and its provision of services to iOS users. It all started at D11 way back in May 2013, with a promise – and much delayed delivery – of Google Play Music heading our way. Now, quietly, Google has dropped another of its major content service our way in Google Play Movies & TV. Not the sleekest name, but once again the iPhone and iPad continues to shine as a choice for content junkies.
Gist has been updated to version 2.0, adding important new features like a new summary view and full support for read-it-later service Pocket. Gist will now summarize all of the articles that you store in Pocket. You can add, delete, and favorite articles from within Gist.
Mail Pilot for Mac has come out of public beta and is now available for purchase in the Mac App Store at an introductory price of $9.99. Mail replacement apps for both iOS and Mac have made some progress lately and Mail Pilot doesn't fall short in feature set.
Google Now is a pretty impressive mobile tool – perhaps still more so on Android than iOS – and it looks like its also headed to the desktop as well. In a new release of the Canary build of Google Chrome for Mac and Windows, the familiar cards based notification system is present. Canary is the developer version of Chrome, so it's not for everyone, but if you want to take a look, you'll need to enable it.
Both Skype and iPhone and Skype for iPad have been updated, adding higher-quality video calling on more recent Apple devices, as well as chat notifications. Skype for iPhone now supports two-way video calls on the iPhone 5s, while the iPad app supports this on the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display.
Adobe has updated its Creative Cloud software for OS X and Windows, bringing forth updates to its Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign applications in the process. The updates are available for download for current Creative Cloud subscribers, according to a new blog post.
Apple has updated their WWDC 2013 app to fix some bugs that prevented registered developers from logging in and watching the session videos. Since that's the primary value of the app now, it's an important update. So, if you've been stuck watching Apple engineers presenting on your web browser, grab the update and get them back on your iPhone and iPad now.