Popular calorie-tracking app MyFitnessPal has launched a premium version of its service that brings an ad-free experience along with some added features.
MyFitnessPal Premium runs $9.99 per month, or $49.99 a year, and removes advertisements, adds premium content such as original recipes and meal plans, and lets subscribers jump ahead in line for customer support.
With Instant Articles, Facebook is set to host content from publications such as BuzzFeed, The New York Times, National Geographic and others natively on its website.
The move is targeted to decrease load times for articles hosted externally, with The Wall Street Journal report stating that links shared on Facebook take around eight seconds to load on mobile devices:
Tweetbot for iPhone has hit version 3.6, bringing support for Twitter's new tweet quotation feature.
The quote tweet feature now present in Tweetbot lets you quote another tweet in your own message without eating heavily into your character limit. This ability has already made its way to Twitter's mobile apps, along with TweetDeck for Mac.
The Apple Store app for iOS has picked up an update this evening that brings support for the Apple Watch.
Specifically, the Apple Store app will now let users check order statuses, check in for Genius Bar appointments, and browse upcoming in-store events and workshops right from their wrist with the Apple Watch.
Airmail for Mac has hit version 2.1, bringing along several new and enhanced features.
There are several enhancements in Airmail 2.1. The app has a new layout for the message composer, and now supports Fantastical 2. When you add a Gmail account to Airmail, you can now view threaded conversations in Gmail accounts.