We’ve been keeping our eye out as more iOS4 app updates keep hitting the App Store filled with multitasking, state saving, Retina Display-ing goodness. So pull out your iPhone or get on iTunes and check for updates. Here are some more we’ve seen roll out since our last post.
Hit the jump to see what new ones we've found!
This is a big one for most people as it’s by far one of the most popular Twitter clients for iPhone. Now that it’s become the official client and is available for free, it’s become that much more popular. Twitter for iPhone hasn’t disappointed and rolled out an update that not only supports fast app switching, but resolution support for the new retina display, as well as some bug fixes.
Games are what most users are really looking forward to with the new display. Looks like some developers are really starting to take advantage of the new display. Real Racing seems to have redesigned their graphics to take advantage of the iPhone 4’s display. If you’re in the market for a great racing game, this just may be for you.
Here’s what’s included in the update –
Looks like Firemint is really on a roll and updating most of their game selection for iOS4. Most of the updates seem to be in line with those for Real Racing. Enhanced graphics, fast app switching, anti-aliasing, and gyro support. If you’ve never played Flight Control, it’s an incredibly addicting game. If you already have it, go grab the update!
This is one of my favorite games of all time. If you haven’t picked it up, I highly suggest it. Those of you who currently have it, it’s been updated to support fast app switching in iOS4. Apart from that, I don’t believe the update includes support for the retina display. I’m hoping we’ll see that in a future update.
There aren’t very many free navigation apps in the App Store. If you aren’t in the market to spend a lot and want a decent one, Trapster may be for you. It also comes with speed trap alerts. And it comes with support for background navigation. What more could you ask for?
I’ve read in several places that users were having issues with TomTom after upgrading to iOS4. TomTom has issued an update to not only fix compatibility issues but adding some great features to support iOS4. So if you upgraded to iOS4, make sure you update so you can continue using TomTom. GPS apps are probably going to improve ten-fold with the release of iOS4. Here’s a list of new and improved TomTom features –
Slacker is right now releasing version 2.1 which supports multitasking for listening to Slacker Radio in the background and offers convenient controls for accessing the app while performing other device functions. Slacker Radio 2.1 for iOS 4 offers:
If you're a Slacker Radio Plus subscriber:
That's what we've found so far, but if you find any you think deserve a post-up let us know in the comments or send us a tip!