The newly released Launch Center Pro ($2.99) isn't a free update for owners of its unripe predecessor, and that did spark some ill-natured disapproval towards the respective developer. Regardless, that's no reason to simply brush the app off and not give it a go. The completely revamped, reimagined app ditches the previously-used list format and instead replaces it with a slick, more powerful interface geared towards optimal efficiency.
Although the keynote where iOS 6 with a new Maps app, a possible slight change in iOS' UI color scheme, Facebook/iOS integration, new Macs and more are rumored to be introduced, is still a few days away, an indication of what we're to see is already apparent thanks to multiple WWDC banners that have been hung around the Moscone Center.
Now available on Cydia for $1.99, Reveal is a new jailbreak tweak that further enhances the functionality of Apple's new notification system. While Notification Center is a certain improvement over the obtrusive blue boxes that previously plagued iOS, some may argue that the current is a bit limited.
Speed dial has been a feature unfortunately omitted from iOS. One app that aims to rectify this issue as well as add the functionality to essentially launch almost anything from inside its confines is called Launch Center ($1.99), and it does a great job at what it advertises.
Updated. I posted about a new Doodle Jump update in the testing stages back in October of last year. The title? Doodle Jump Multiplayer Update Coming Out Real Soon! Well, I was a little wrong with the real soon part because only today did Lima Sky, developers of the widely
Here's a list of some of the apps that are on sale or dropped in price for today. As always, this list was compiled using AppShopper.com. Today's list includes My Stuff, Connect, Total Control, Cram, Linx, Server Status, Lumen, and MetaSquares.
App Store Sales: Sketches, Camera Self-Timer [Update: Dropship, HydroTilt, Frenzic, Diner Dash, Zombie Attack, Waveblazer]
Here are today's app discounts and sales announcements from developers. As usual, this list was compiled using AppShopper.com. Today's list includes Sketches, Charada, kLong, Abby Crabby, Tasting Notes, Camera Self-Timer, Face Call, LDS Books, and DChat.
It's time for the latest list of apps that are being offered for free or cheap for a limited time. As usual, most of this list is from AppShopper.com. Today's list includes Gas Cubby, Jobs, Klong, Mark On Call, Rescue Angels, iShape, Barfly, Voice Dial, ipresenter, Trash it!, Christmas With Weezer, and HiCalc.
Phantom Fish has come up with a creative use for the 50 promotional app codes now given to them by Apple as developers. They have announced that for this holiday season they are giving away three free copies of BlogPress [App Store $9.99], their blogging tool for the iPhone, to purchasers of their RSS reader, Byline [App Store $4.99]. Starting today (December 15th), Byline purchasers can email their iTunes receipt to to giveaway [at] phantomphish.com, who will be choosing three winners at random every day from December 18th to the 31st.
It's Black Friday here in the States and stores across the country are featuring huge sales—the App Store is no exception. AppShopper.com has a list all the apps that were discounted for the occasion, and they're growing in numbers by the minute. A few notable developers with sales are Ambrosia, Igloo Games, Gameloft, EA and Pangea, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Check out more sales at AppShopper.com/prices.