In the last month I discovered some great new apps I really love. Inside the article you can find my thoughts about each app.
Last Month, Sl's Repository had it's 2nd birthday, and to celebrate I made a few changes to the site, including new design changes and other nice improvements - Inside the article you can read more about the changes and my plans for the future.
Today I'm proud to announce something I have been working on for the past few weeks, My latest creation - Dropit, a new way to listen to your music, anywhere you are. Read more about it inside this article.
Pod Wrangler is a new app and service by David Smith, maker of Feed Wrangler. While I agree with Federico Viticci that the app currently doesn't fit with how I listen to podcasts, I think Pod Wrangler is a great foundation for the future of podcasting clients. Read more inside the article for how I listen to podcasts and what I think of Pod Wrangler.
This week, Apple released iOS 7 to the public, and it was massive.
There were millions of tweets and posts about iOS 7 24 hours after the release, a lot of developers got to publish the updates they worked on for the past 100 days, with a lot of new updates appearing in the store. I went into the store and took a look at the updates-
Out of 90 apps I constantly use, 40 were updated and half of the updates also featured a beautiful new design for iOS 7. I was surprised(I was expecting a lot more) that only 2 updates were “paid upgrades”(the app's update was released as a separate app) - Reeder 2 and Clear for iOS 7.
I have been using iOS 7 on both my iPhone and iPad every day since the first beta arrived and here are the features I like the most.