Email is somewhat of a lost cause in the eyes of many people who get far too many messages to sort through on a computer screen in a single day. However, that could be because we’re just using the wrong device.
Continuing its streak of big announcements, Pandora is rolling out a revamped iPad app today that’s quite an improvement over the previous version.
In 2011, 80 percent of apps were free. Today, 90 percent of apps are free, with monetization provided via good old we-gather-an-audience-and-sell-its-attention strategy that has worked since the dawn of modern media.
Google has launched a new version of its hugely popular Maps application for iOS. But most importantly, it has finally added iPad and iPad mini support so people don’t have to use Apple Maps.
Enterprise social-networking company Jive Software has launched new apps for the iPad and iPhone, and soon it will bring its Jive Present presentation app to Android.
Vidora’s Airplay integration is how I’d imagine what the Apple TV’s UX would be like if Apple wasn’t scared of cannibalizing iTunes video sales, and started sorting video content based on making it easier for users to find things. (Sort of like what would happen in a bizarro world where Woz was calling all the shots at Apple.)
Residents of Kansas City who prefer to use their iPad over a Nexus 7 are in luck, as Apple has just approved an official Google Fiber TV app for the device.
European tablet presentation startup Showpad has raised $2 million in its first round of funding to help more enterprise companies use iPads for work and to grow its business in the United States.
Combining peanut butter and chocolate is as powerful a match as digital comic books and the iPad — especially when those comics are made by Marvel.
Popular blogging service Tumblr has finally updated its native iOS app to support the iPad and iPad mini — a long waited moment for the millions of Tumblr fans around the world.
Streaming music service Rhapsody has launched an attractive new iPad app that could steal a little attention from its biggest rivals, the company announced today.
Google has released a major update of its iOS YouTube app, and it now supports the iPad and the iPhone 5′s longer display.
After making a name for itself as a useful smartphone app for in-store shopping, ShopSavvy is finally launching on the iPad today — a shift that has forced the company to think beyond its current price comparison strategy.
Restaurant waitlisting app NoshList has launched a new premium version that includes table number assignment, unlimited texting between a restaurant and diners, analytics, and more.
With the sheer volume of new submissions hitting community news sharing site Reddit everyday, it’s hard to keep up. Reddzine’s digital magazine interface could make the experience
We’ve been hearing for a while that Microsoft is developing native Office 2013 apps for iOS and Android, and a Microsoft product manager seemingly confirmed, yet again, that these apps would arrive shortly.
While the most popular music startups suffer from huge licensing fees that keep them in the red, Bamm.tv is taking another route that focuses on the lesser known bands.
StumbleUpon’s new application for iPhone and iPad offers iOS users a fresh, colorful, and personalized twist on the now 10-year-old practice of thumbing through the most interesting content the web has to offer.
Popular digital magazine app Flipboard has made its first foray into video by adding new “TV” sections chock full of YouTube clips.
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Online-meeting startup MeetingBurner has updated its simple, clean iOS app to support the iPad, the company announced today.