Google Drive has just received an update that adds some new features as well as improvements for existing ones. New features include the ability to upload multiple photos and images at once as well as the ability to open and save Quickoffice documents directly to Google Drive.
Forums are a super popular way for like minded people to gather and discuss topics that interest them. We have the iMore forums and many other communities have forum boards as well. If you own an iPhone or iPad and actively participate in forum communities, regardless of type, there are apps available in the App Store to help you do it on the go.
We took a look at all the forum apps we could find and Tapatalk 2 for iPhone and Tapatalk HD for iPad by Quoord Systems are the best around when it comes to hooking into forums from any iOS device. Here's why...
If you currently have Things 2 for iOS but just couldn't bite the bullet and pay $49.99 for the Mac version, you can now get it for half off but only for a limited time. Things 2 for Mac is currently on sale in the Mac App Store for $24.99 until January 31st.
Things 2 is a beautiful task management suite that's available for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It's on the higher end when it comes to price but Things 2 brought with it a slew of great features that make it worth the price tag for anyone who wants to get things done with one of the best task management apps available.
We've seen many todo apps for iPhone but Carrot is the first one that has a personality of its own. The idea behind Carrot is that it should motivate you to do things. As you complete things, Carrot becomes happy with you and may even give you a reward. But if you go too long without getting anything accomplished, Carrot becomes angry.
There's lots of document editing suites for iPad out there and Readdle is not new to the game. Documents by Readdle comes as an update to the popular ReaddleDocs app for iPhone and iPad. While Documents by Readdle is currently only for iPad, it's a huge improvement over the previous version.
If you're a US citizen, you're probably aware that Barack Obama will be sworn in for his second term on Monday, January 21, 2013. If you own an iPhone or iPad, you can keep up with the inauguration including streaming live video.
There are quite a few options to choose from so if you aren't sure where you can catch all the action come Monday, follow along and we'll get you the apps and resources you need to catch every minute of the 2013 Inauguration.
Vimeo’s universal app for iOS has been updated to version 3.0 today. The changes focus on the iPhone and include tab-based navigation, a new view called Feed that allows you to browse new videos, and support background uploads while you continue to watch videos in the app. Users can also now share videos using the built-in iOS sharing features.
Whether you're a developer, consultant, or do any type of work that involves selling clients blocks of time and invoicing for them, you probably need a way to track the time you spend on projects and have a way to invoice clients. Stint for iPhone aims to simplify the tracking and invoicing process to make it easier to keep track of what's already completed and what still needs to be done.
Microsoft's Skype communications app for iOS has just been updated to version 4.1.2. Aside from the usual bug fixes, the big news, literally, is that Skype has finally added support for the 4-inch, 16:9 display found on the new iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5.
If you enjoy audio and video calling with Skype, or just use it to IM, go grab the update now.
Evernote has announced version 5 of its iOS app. The update includes several new and improved features, including a new home screen, a more streamlined interface for accessing your notes, a Places map, and an improved Page Camera. This update also focuses on speed.