Apps

Instacast releases free beta for Mac users

Vemedio has made a public beta version of their popular iOS podcast app, Instacast, for the Mac. If you're a Mac user, and an Instacast user, you'll no doubt already be salivating at the thought of perfectly synced podcast bliss.

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Next review: Quick, stylish, expense tracking for iPhone

Next Expense Tracking for iPhone is not only a quick and easy way to track expenses, but the interface is exactly what you'd expect from an expense tracking app if Apple themselves made it. Everything from the sounds to the way the interface works is done exceptionally well. If you have no need for a hardcore budgeting app but just want a quick look at your overall expenses at a moment's notice, Next Expense tracking may be right up your alley.

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Kindle for iOS updated with VoiceOver support for the visually impaired

Amazon's Kindle app for iOS has been updated in the App Store with support for VoiceOver for the visually impaired. The added compatibility with the built in iOS feature allows for easier navigation of the library, and makes it better to read and interact with the Kindle books.

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Briefs 2 review: Quickly and easily prototype iOS and Android apps on your Mac

"Providing a clean interface and intuitive layout, Briefs offers an easy way to prototype apps, share ideas, tweak functionality, and adjust designs as new feedback arrives and your project evolves. It’s an app made for professionals, by professionals."

Briefs 2 is a Mac app by MartianCraft that allows you to quickly and easily create, edit and share prototypes for iOS and Android apps. Prototyping allows you to hash out features and designs before full development on a project begins, when it’s still easy and relatively inexpensive to make changes. A handful of iOS prototyping tools exist, but many of them have either fallen out of date or are simply lacking in functionality. Briefs seeks to provide a truly complete and professional solution for designers and developers. How well does it do?

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Easyjet app update brings mobile boarding passes and Passbook support

Passbook enabled apps in the UK are still a rarity, but we can now add another one to the list. UK based low-cost airline, Easyjet, has updated their iPhone app bringing with it mobile boarding passes and Passbook support. This ties in with a new Easyjet initiative whereby all their airport check-in facilities are to be closed, and replaced by online check-in methods.

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Currency for iPhone review: Convert between currencies on the go

Currency is a super simple, yet beautiful, currency converter for the iPhone. It features a clean design and historical charts. If you're an avid traveler or have financial interest in other currencies, Currency may be an excellent app to add to your collection.

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Feed Wrangler aims to make you forget about Google Reader, make RSS easier with Smart Streams, filters, and more

Feed Wrangler for both iPhone and iPad is the new guy on the block when it comes to RSS reader apps but that doesn't mean it lacks in quality. Complete with smart streams, Google Reader import options, and read it later integration for both Pocket and Instapaper, it may be a better option for those who don't like the more dynamic interfaces of apps like Feedly or Flipboard.

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Infuse plays videos in multiple formats, keeps track of what you watch

Infuse, a new app that can play video in several formats, has been released for iPhone and iPad. Infuse supports fourteen file types for videos, including MP4, M4V, MOV, AVI, WebM, and WMV. You can add videos to Infuse through iTunes syncing and file sharing, email attachement, and Dropbox.

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Time for those six second 'selfies' with latest Vine update

If all those Instagram 'selfies' just isn't enough for you, then the latest Vine update for iOS has you covered. Until now, the social mini-video sharing service has limited budding film makers to using the rear camera. The update pushing out today in the App Store adds to the toolbox the front facing camera, so you can film yourself doing, well whatever you can do in six seconds. It's real simple to flick between the two cameras, just as it is in the main iOS camera app, with a single button on screen to tap.

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Horizon Calendar review: Check the weather at the location of your next appointment

Horizon Calendar by Applause Code is an innovative calendar app that includes natural language parsing, a clean design, intuitive gestures, and forecasted weather associated with each of your events.

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