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 for Google Chrome for iOS, Zynga Poker, the Aviary photo editor and more. Let's take a look!
New and updated iOS apps
- Google Chrome: Bug fixes and various tweaks for this popular browser. Free - Download Now
- Aviary: Better late than never for pinch-to-zoom! Also added text message sharing and ability to share to any photo app. Oh, and a healthy hand full of fixes and performance enhancements. Free - Download Now
- Zynga Poker: Improved to get you into the action quicker! Free - Download Now
- GSMA Official: Anyone heading out to Mobile World Congress in a couple of weeks take note. The official app now works with the Incipio Cashwrap NFC case that the organizers will be giving out so iPhone users can participate in NFC based activities at the conference. Free - Download Now
- Calendars 5: Bugfixes. Free - Download Now
- Yahoo Mail: VoiceOver optimizations bug fixes and performance improvements. Free - Download Now
- Rdio: Users can now edit playlists, as well as write reviews for albums and playlists, directly from the iOS app. Free - Download Now
- Ticketmaster: A place to buy tickets to all your favorite events. Bug fixes for iOS 7 users. Free - Download Now
New and updated Mac apps
- Evernote: A note taking and organizing app for Mac. New descriptive search feature that lets you search your notes with natural language, bug fixes. Free - Download Now
- Voila: A screen capture and recorder utility for Mac. FPS improvements, social media integration, message integration for iMessage and AirDrop, much more. $29.99 - 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!
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