Making its long-awaited debut on Apple’s App Store on December 12, last year, following the (arguable) ‘train-wreck’-style debut of Apple’s own mapping service, (which is now gradually improving, day-by-day), the official iOS client of Google’s own mapping service has this week received its first-ever update.
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Interested in learning more about the billions of gas giants which exist far beyond Earth‘s upper atmosphere? – In that case, the likelihood is you also won’t want to miss out on the deal EEFan Inc is currently running on its iOS star-gazing app, Star Rover.
While Microsoft’s rumored touch-based iOS productivity suite is reportedly still on track to see its release later this Spring, in the meantime, Infraware’s full productivity suite – Polaris Office – has today took a dive to land at its new (limited time) price of just $3.99.
Receiving a rather notable update on Friday, the official client of video-sharing site YouTube was just updated with a new ‘Send to TV’ feature. The feature now allows both YouTube account holders and guests to have full control over their YouTube watching experience on their TV, Xbox or Sony PS3, right from within the app itself.
Also launching on Apple’s iTunes App Store this weekend is a brand-new offering from the BBC. Designed to showcase the jaw-dropping beauty of the landscapes, creatures and wildlife that surround us as human beings, everyday, BBC Earth Wonders gives you a personal window into the BBC natural history archive, and aims to give you full (unrestricted) access to the results of the company’s recent real-world nature explorations – such as, Planet Earth, Frozen Planet, and Life, all of which have previously aired on television.