This week’s roundup of updated and incredible iOS apps let you observe the earth from an entire new perspective, track expenses, or just kill a bunch of the bad guys.
The Marco Arment keeps generating. The guy who brought you The Magazine and Instapapper has a latest app out ~Bugshot ($1) for iPhone and iPad which allows the users easily and quickly annotate screenshots from the iOS device. You just need to draw an orange box or arrow around the item which needs attention, then share it through Facebook or Twitter. It is perfect for reporting errors and bugs in those other apps.
Do you want all the scary conspiracy theorizing of The DA Vinci Code with the blood and mayhem of the first~person shooter game? Deu Ex; the Fall ($7) offering for the iPad and iPhone, gets you just that. The latest update fine~tunes all types of features, forming your enemies cleverer, boosting your rewards for getting objectives, forming weapons more accurate.
This app ($7) for iPad basically released a few weeks back, but we noticed it and it is a kind of thing we appreciate: A seemingly boundless supply of images of earth~its continents, its clouds, its landmarks~ as seen from the space. Everything looks cooler when seen from the hundreds of the miles above, is not it?
This is supposed to be the best of the soccer apps out there, allowing the users to watch live & on~demand video of the games from the dashing leagues in the world. This week’s roundup makes some enhancement around the edges, allowing the users to filter the video based on sorts of competition they suggest, while comprising information from the ruby and the Australia rules football leagues in the app’s database.
This week’s update comprises a number of small enhancements, comprising support for the paged podcast feeds, MP3 chapter images and links, and podcasts in the Japanese, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Danish, and Brazilian Portuguese.
Having problem tracking your expenditures? Spendee allows you to record your transactions in the real time so that you can notice where your amount’s going. Users can either select for the app’s ‘smart’ categories or generated their own custom categories of the expenditures besides they can snap pictures of receipts and bills to better establish their files. Better it’s secure yet, giving PIN code safety so only you know that what you are doing with your amount.
This game ($2) for the iPad and iPhone is a series of the famous Sprinkle game of some years back. In this new version, an interplanetary waste carrier accidentally throws its cargo over the nifty islands of Titan. Your duty is to put out the resultant fires while saving as much water as possible.
The Uber, that allows you to hail a ride from your handset, has been widely popular service in the towns where it’s been permitted to thrive without hassle from the authorities. The new update will evidence popular too, allowing the users to split a fare on the single ride. The upside? You cannot get trapped with the bill anymore. The downside? You cannot twig your fellow with the bill anymore.
iDrive now allows the users to back up files with the single touch ~ the UpTo calendar app has relaunched with the redesigned user interface ~ the WhatsApp offers unlimited messaging for only $1 a year.