New and updated apps: Boot Camp, Juice Cubes, Faded and more!

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got updates from Apple for a couple of Mac tools, a game from Rovio Stars, an iOS photo editor and more. Let's take a look!

New and updated iOS apps

  • Juice Cubes: The Rovio Stars game gets 15 brand new levels to play. Free - Download Now
  • Faded: Lots of fixes and new photography options and performance improvements. $0.99 - Download Now
  • Hay Day: Supercell's perennial popular farm making game gets a big update with a new feature called Neighborhoods, which let you chat in real-time with your neighbors. Free - Download Now
  • Tag Journal: Adds faster iCloud sync, a rebuilt Notes section, passcode lock, and more. $2.99 - Download Now
  • musx: A new way to share music, musx lets you find and share your favorite songs in the form of music videos from YouTube. Free- Download Now

New and updated Mac apps

  • Boot Camp: Apple's tool for installing Windows 7 and Windows 8 on your Mac now includes support for 64-bit versions of Microsoft's OS. Just be sure to check which version you need to download, all information at the download link from Apple Support. Free - Download Now
  • Compressor: A bunch of stability issues and general fixes resolved in this minor bump to version 4.1.1 of Apple's video tool. A free update for existing users through the Mac App Store. $49.99 - Download Now

More apps and updates?

If you try any of the apps or updates, let me know how they work for you. If you got any new or updated apps today that you loved, but don't see here, let us know about them!

Richard Devine

Senior Editor at iMore, part time racing driver, full time British guy

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There are 10 comments. Add yours.

ba_hamilton says:

why would anyone want to install windows 8 on anything?

Richard Devine says:

Beats me ;-) But at least Apple makes it easy enough to do if you really want to!

unstoppablekem says:

Because windows 8.1 is an excellent OS?

GreenDize12 says:

Because it was only $40 when I got it (Versus $200 for Windows 7). I still need it for productivity (yes, at school, Windows is still widely used more than Mac), and of course, games or other useful software that I cannot used on Macs. I have a friend who couldn't use her old software that the school required on Mac but yet it installed flawlessly once I made a Windows partition on her Mac Airz Just like Windows, Mac aren't perfect. So sometimes the 2 need to go hand and hand for some. You'd also be amazed at how many times people have done an assignment on Pages, and then have it look like crap on Windows, so they have to copy/paste and re-edit their assignments again. While not a big deal, it is unnecessary.

Jay Mobile says:

When installing Windows 7 on my Mac prior to this Boot Camp update it would not accept the 32bit version but only the 64 so I wonder what fixes does this version bring? Probably the ability to install Windows without having to disconnect all USB's and other peripherals for the Mac Mini at least this was an issue that I ran in to repeatedly and the Genius Bar guys would tell me that it was a Microsoft problem any whew back to discovering new and updated apps ;)

Richard Devine says:

Pretty sure when I tried it I had to use the 32-bit version. But it sucked anyway so I soon got rid

Peter Cohen says:

32-bit versions of Windows aren't supported by Boot Camp 5, so no big surprise there. Here's Apple's support article about it.

ELWmusic1 says:

I would really like to see boot camp support external lighting bolt and/or USB 3 drives. I have a rMPB with 250g ssd and it just takes up too much room to install. If I could offload it to an external drive, then I could hook up the external drive only for the few times I need Windows. But as it stands now, I don't need Windows as much as I need the internal storage.

ba_hamilton says:

I've never been to the wpcentral web site but this might be a question for them. I upgraded from windows 7 to win 8 when it was $14.99. I still have my email with the product key in it. But when I enter that key when trying to upgrade to 8.1 (it's a free upgrade I think) microsoft is telling me it is an invalid key. Any tips on what to do next?