Email app CloudMagic for iPhone and iPad has been updated, adding a new subscription option for users that want more power over their email. CloudMagic Pro lets you set up unlimited email accounts, sync them, and more for $4.99 per month, or $44.99 per year.
Booking.com has launched Booking Now for iPhone, a new app that will help you find a hotel quickly. The app will help you book a room using personalized, real-time search results based on your location and travel needs, prioritizing things like Wi-Fi, in-hotel restaurants, and more.
Google Maps for iOS scored an update today, bringing it up to version 4.2. The update brings a few new notable features, including the ability to filter restaurant searches by food type, and view current weather information for cities the world over. Oh yeah, and the inevitable generic "bug fixes."
Due, the very simple, yet powerful reminder app for iOS, has received a pretty hefty update today, bumping it up to version 2.0. Coming along for the ride is an all-new, sleek design, new gesture controls, and loads of other new features.
As revealed earlier this week, Google has updated its Translate app for the iPhone and iPad with real-time text and speech translation, made possible by Word Lens integration and improvements to the translation engine.
Facebook has just launched a limited pilot program for its new Facebook at Work service. It will offer businesses a way to give their employees collaboration and messaging tools with familiar Facebook features.
Microsoft has announced a new version of Skype for the iPhone, which will arrive later today. Version 5.9 will introduce a couple of new features. The company also revealed a new program that will allow iOS users to test pre-release versions of the VoIP client before they are released to the public.
Plants vs. Zombies 2 has today received an update, introducing 16 exciting new levels for players to enjoy. Titled Frostbite Caves Part 1, EA has brought freezing winds and hot new plants – a perfect recipe for melting frigid zombies.
PDFpenPro, a heavy-duty document editing app for OS X, has updated to version 7 with the ability to fix OCR text which is scanned in from a document before exporting to Excel, PowerPoint, or PDF. You can stash your documents in iCloud through the app now, plus create interactive forms. The interface has been updated for Yosemite, too.