When iOS 7 initially launched, we provided you with an initial list of the best iOS 7 ready apps. Since then, lots of new apps have either been updated or completely redone to fit the look and design of iOS 7. So it only seemed appropriate we update our list as well...
Airmail for Mac has just been updated to version 1.1 and brings with it a huge list of new features including official Exchange support, POP3 support, the ability to redirect mail, and more. Unfortunately, the update also seems to be causing headaches for some users who say since updating they haven't been able to receive mail at all.
The original Plants vs. Zombies game by PopCap has been updated a few times in the past year and it's been maddening to me that not one of those updates contained support for the larger display of the iPhone 5. Luckily, the original game has finally been updated with support for the larger iPhone models. This is great news for people like me who don't particular care for the freemium model of Plants vs Zombies 2. Better late than never, right?
Dropbox has allowed instant upload for iPhones for quite some time. While the Mac version isn't getting the exact same treatment, it is getting a new import tool for iPhoto users. You can also now choose to automatically save screenshots to your account whenever you take them, according to the Dropbox blog:
If you're running iOS 7 on your iPhone or iPad, you no longer have to manually check for app updates and trigger the installs. iOS can take care of it for you with absolutely no effort on your part. Some of us, however, prefer controlling our updates and may not care for automatic app updates.
Fortunately there's a way to turn them off, here's how:
Today's the day; iOS 7 release day! While we're eagerly awaiting Apple flipping the switch sometime later today, it seems that app developers have been equally busy getting their apps ready. We've got app updates galore pushing out through the App Store this morning – I had 19 update notifications when I woke up! We can't possibly cover them all, so that's where you guys come in!
Twitter for iOS has been updated, adding a new way to view conversations, along with other enhancements. The new conversation view makes it easier for people to browse through conversations between the people they follow.
The myAT&T app for iPhone has just been update to version 3.0.1 which may seem like a small point release but there's actually quite a bit there. If you use the myAT&T app to pay your bill straight from your iPhone, you will immediately notice a brand new interface.
The YouTube app for both iPhone and iPad has just been updated to version 2.0 and brings with it the ability to watch videos while searching at the same time. You can compare it to looking at a guide on a TV while viewing what's currently playing on TV. The update also supports searching playlists and a play all option to play all the videos in the selected playlist.