Angry Birds creator Rovio has just unleashed the latest game in the franchise this time called Bad Piggies. Bad Piggies the Angry Birds concept on its head and this time you have to help out the piggies to progress in the game.
Instagram and Google Chrome have finally received updates for compatibility with iOS 6 and the iPhone 5’s larger 4-inch screen. When we say finally, it’s funny as the iPhone 5 has only been out for less than a week but it seems like if your app is not updated on the day of launch then it’s already late to the party.
Apple has a year left on their most recent Google Maps agreement, apparently, and didn't expect Apple to remove them from iOS 6 and launch a new app anywhere near this soon. Meaning, Google was caught flat-footed and won't be ready to ship a standalone Google Maps app for the App Store for several more months. This according to a quartet of stories published today.
djay by algoriddim, the very popular and incredibly awesome DJ app for iPhone and iPad, has received a big update that not only brings new features and support for iOS 6, but also optimization for the iPhone 5's larger display. And by optimization, we don't mean that they've spaced out the elements of their UI to fill the screen, but they've redesigned the UI to include more controls on the screen to increase functionality and usability.
EA Sports has just launched its latest iteration of the hugely successful soccer franchise FIFA 13. The new version of FIFA has some nice new features over and above last year’s version but the most significant is the long overdue ability to play against your friends in an online multiplayer mode.
Weather 2x is an iPhone and iPad app that will make even the worst of weather condition look amazing -- especially on the iPhone 5's new display. The information provided by Weather 2x includes the current condition and a 5-day forecast that can be broken up into 3-hour intervals. Weather 2x does not include in-depth details about the weather, like radars, but rather focuses on bringing the most important information to you in an elegant and beautiful package.
Every week, the editors at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a fun golfing game for the iPad, an old favorite Twitter app on the iPhone 5, an alternative to YouTube, and an app for finding wallpapers for your iPhone 5.
To see what we picked, follow along after the break!
After picking up your brand new iPhone 5, you probably immediately noticed that many of your favorite apps didn't take advantage of the iPhone 5's nice big screen. While this is a disappointment, don't fret, because a countless number of apps are being updated daily with optimizations for the new screen. But in the meantime, take a look at some of our favorite iPhone apps that have offered support for the new iPhone 5 since its release.
Apple has pushed out an update to their iWork suite consisting of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote that not only bring support for iOS 6, but also add the ability to open your documents in another app. When you go to Share and Print, "Open in Another App" is now an option. You'll be able to choose between Apple's format (Pages, Numbers, Keynote), Microsoft's format (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), or PDF and the apps that support the chosen format will be available.
iMovie for iPhone and iPad has been updated for iOS 6 and introduces some new features including three new trailers, the ability to split audio with the iPad, slideshow creation from iPhoto, 1080p upload resolution, and more.