Mailbox, the new email app from Orchestra is now available in the App Store. Mailbox is an attempt to rethink email for mobile devices and allows you to organize and prioritize your email like a to-do list. You can set a time to be reminded about the email from a number of presets or your own custom reminder schedule.
GetGlue, the popular check-in app for media and entertainment, has been updated with a much improved upon interface, better personalized guides for movies and tv, added video clips and photos for your favorite shows, and more. The update has also added supper for the iPhone 5, so if you've been waiting on that, you'll definitely want to grab the update.
In celebration of the Chinese New Year, Cut the Rope has been updated with a new Lantern Box featuring 25 new levels. In these new levels, Chillingo has introduced new floating paper lanterns as the new gameplay element.
RunKeeper, the popular running, walking, and cycling tracking app for iPhone, has gotten even better recently with a whole new design, and funner, easier to use experience. And since it's Mobile Nations Fitness Month, the time couldn't be better to give it another look!
Twitter for iPhone and iPad has been updated with improved Discover, Search, Connect, and more. Discover now suggests Tweets, Activity, and Trends, Search has improved relevancy, Connect now focuses on interactions, and links in Tweets are directly tappable.
Dropbox, folder sync darling of iOS developers and users alike, has announced a new Dropbox Sync API that aims to make implementing in-app sync easier, but also safer and more constrained. The Dropbox blog announced three key parts of the API:
When last I met Bernd Hahn, he was the product lead on NAVIGON for iOS, one of the best turn-by-turn navigation apps on iOS in an era when neither Apple nor Google offered any such functionality. Now Garmin has bought NAVIGON but luckily they were smart enough to not only keep Hahn on, but put the Garmin for iOS app firmly under his passionate, creative control as well.
Last year, for the inaugural Mobile Nations Fitness Month, I took a look at P90X for iPhone, what was then the absolute best bootcamp-style fitness app available for iOS. A year and several updates later, and it's Fitness Month, and I'm curious to see how well P90X has stood the test of time. Is P90X still the best way to kick your backside that you can carry in your back pocket? Let's find out!