This week the roundup of iOS apps comes with some ways to listen music and to read comic books. And you will also see the latest version of Madden in this week’s update.
The U.S. Open (free) app for the iOS devices allows you to follow the tennis championship tournament the live scores, live radio and video, updates, news, a schedule of play, and many more. If you are a tennis fan, you really cannot go without this nifty app.
The Tuneln Radio Pro ($5) an iOS app, one of the best music streaming apps out there. The latest update allows the users to stay current, letting them swipe up or down to see the history of their current activity, along with some recommendations for the radio stations and programs they may enjoy.
This photo app ($4) does not really create 3D pictures but it comes with the 3D animations and simulations which make your pics appear to react you move your iPhone. It comprises dozens of the HD filters, and membership in the tadaa’s community of the users.
The Marvel Unlimited (free) app for the iOS devices has been updated for the better offline use, developers have doubled, from 6 to 12, the number of the issues which can be saved for reading when the users are not in the range of an internet connection.
Flickr for iPhone
The Filters are still known to be as the hottest thing in sharing your pics online, and the newest update to the Yahoo’s Flicker app goes all out adding lots. You can now preview some filtered effect live as you’re shooting, and can make custom adjustments to the filters to get your own spin on the things. There is also a host of new editing and shooting tools so that you can get the photo you want, any time.
After all these years, the Madden NFL 25 probably will not have to do much to sell itself. But like the EA’s other games for iOS, it relies on the freemium model, meaning that to get progress in the game or unlock the whole playbook, you will have to make in-app purchases ranging from $2 to $100. It’s perhaps the ultimate test of the EA’s business model.
The very famous Living Earth ($3) an iOS app, has been updated to give alerts for the tropical cyclones, the recent temperature at your location showed on your home screen. So you can prepare yourself for the worst conditions.
The I Just Want Coffee ($2) app keeps the things simple. It points you to the nearest coffee shops. The 2.0 version is similarly simple; it simply overhauls the user interface and enlarges the app from the iPhone to the fully universal iOS offering.
The Delectable Wine (free) app for the iPhone has been an aid to budding the oenophiles; the 3.0 version has released with the personalized recommendations for user, based on the wines that users has enjoyed, in short it warns you not to drink a bad merlot again.