Readdle Updates PDF Expert 5 For iOS 8

pdf expertReaddle has updated its App PDF Expert 5 to version 5.2 that now provides support for iOS 8. PDF Expert 5 allows users to read, add notes and edit PDF documents on an iPad or iPhone. It also lets users mark up the PDF documents with highlights and handwriting, insert text, stamps and signs. The other helpful features of the App include merging PDFs and filling forms directly on the iOS device. Read More

Facebook Messenger Arrives On iPad

facebook messengerFacebook Messenger for iOS is now available for iPad in addition to iPhone and iPod. The App has been updated with version 7.0, providing different interfaces for iPad and iPhone/iPod. Users would no longer have to contend with the stretched iPhone version of the Messenger App on iPad. The iPad version is similar to iPhone’s with the advantage of the much larger display. It sports a split screen view with the contact list on the left and the conversation pane on the right of the screen. Read More

Apple Releases Updates For Motion, Final Cut Pro, Compressor And MainStage


As Apple announced its plans to stop  further development of its professional photo editing software Aperture and iPhoto, it also announced updates for its other key professional tools. Apple released updates to its video editor Final Cut Pro X, video compressor Compressor, motion graphics creator Motion and live music application MainStage. Read More

News Reading App Reeder 2 Updated

Reeder 2Reeder 2, a popular News Reading App, has been updated. The App by developer Silvio Rizzi works with multiple services, such as Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever, and Readability. It also supports local RSS. The update lets the user save news items quickly on Pinboard or Delicious without having to fill the form. Also, saving to Pinboard or Delicious can now be set as actions in the article list view. Links that did not save to delicious have also been fixed. Read More

Text Editing App Editorial Updated To Go Universal

EditorialThe well-loved App, Editorial for iPad, has been updated to Editorial 1.1 and goes universal. It will now work on the iPhone as well. The update was released yesterday, May 29th on iTunes. The added features make it very similar to a computer text editor than a tablet-based one. One of these added features include an in-App browser so you wouldn’t have to exit the App if you needed some last minute research while working on something. Another feature already available in the previous version of Editorial 1.1 is its drag and drop interface for the workflow. The new version includes bug fixes for this feature. Other cool features include, Task Paper for writing to-do lists, a new user interface optimized for iOS 7 and new Live Word Count option. These are just a few of the new features; you can check out the rest of the list in the product description on iTunes. Read More