If you're someone who needs to keep tabs on the latest internet happenings, you're probably already familiar with RSS. Unread is a great way to follow and read RSS feeds on iPhone and iPad — and with Unread 3, it's better than ever thanks to the integration of an all-new sync service.
Cordcutting is something that a whole ton of people are doing right now, not least because satellite and cable prices are increasingly astronomical. A new Apple TV app aims to make that easier for those in the UK by making it less irritating to watch live TV from the many different apps offered by TV channels.
Fantastical, the popular calendaring app for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch, has a new update out that improves on a big new feature that was added earlier this year. Fantastical Scheduling makes it easier for people to schedule meetings and now it's been improved to help "streamline your meeting planning."
Telegram Premium is now official, with the instant messaging outfit confirming the name of the service, the features you'll get, and how much you'll need to pay to get them. The good news is there are some features of note, but you're going to spend more than you probably hoped to get them.
Readdle, the popular app developer, has brought its excellent Calendars app from iPhone and iPad to the Mac for the first time. The new app allows people to plug all of their calendars into a single app including those from Google, iCloud, Outlook, and more.
WhatsApp is working to bring unread message filtering to its apps and was already testing the feature with some users of its desktop app. Now, it's rolling out filtering to those who are using the latest WhatsApp app via TestFlight, too.
People who edit text on their iPhone, iPad, or Mac will likely already be familiar with iA Writer. It's long been a great option for doing exactly that, and now a big new update adds support for something that is becoming a must-have for power user text editing apps in the App Store — wikilinks.
Telegram CEO Pavel Durov says that he hopes "that regulatory action will follow" a UK government decision to look into the impact of Apple's refusal to allow web browsers to use anything other than WebKit on iPhone and iPad.