Mailbox, the new email app from Orchestra is now available in the App Store. Mailbox is an attempt to rethink email for mobile devices and allows you to organize and prioritize your email like a to-do list. You can set a time to be reminded about the email from a number of presets or your own custom reminder schedule.
In celebration of the Chinese New Year, Cut the Rope has been updated with a new Lantern Box featuring 25 new levels. In these new levels, Chillingo has introduced new floating paper lanterns as the new gameplay element.
Twitter for iPhone and iPad has been updated with improved Discover, Search, Connect, and more. Discover now suggests Tweets, Activity, and Trends, Search has improved relevancy, Connect now focuses on interactions, and links in Tweets are directly tappable.
Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include several games, our favorite password manager, an excellent note-taking app that integrates with another great, yet different, note-taking service, an a couple music apps.
To see what we picked, and to tell us your pick, follow along after the break!
Pocket for iPhone and iPad has been updated with a number of bug fixes and improved sharing features. The update brings native sharing to Facebook for iOS 6 users. There is also now support for Sina Weibo for Chinese iOS 6 users.
Letterpress by Atebits, the word game darling of geeks everywhere, has been updated to version 1.3. New features include the ability to shake to shuffle letters (credited to developer Loren Brichter's wife -- don't ask about the dance!), a new high-contrast theme, the ability to view replays in Safari or Chrome, and some behind the scenes awesomizing of an undisclosed nature.
If you're already playing Letterpress, grab the update now. If not, head on over to the App Store and try it. It's free, and it's spectacular.
Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a ton of games, a smart news aggregator, and... did we say a ton of games?
Hundreds, the insanely addictive iPhone and iPad puzzle game by Semi Secret Software, has been updated to allow you to play your own music in the background. That's right, you now get to pick your own soundtrack. They've also added volume sliders for both music and sound effects, so unlike movies and commercials, you can control the relative values of what you hear.
Google's YouTube Capture app for iPhone has been updated, adding 1080p video uploads, along with other improvements and bug fixes. These include improved audio sync and more detail in your upload feedback. Users can also now share videos to there social networks after they upload instead of just before.