~Feedly Pro Now Available to All
After announcing Feedly Pro and offering a limited time lifetime Pro membership for 99$ earlier this month, Feedly announced that Feedly Pro is now available for everyone for 5$ per month or 45$ per year. Feedly replaced the HTTPS access(Previously Pro, now free) with Pocket integration(Previously Free, now Pro only) for pro users.
Feedly is one of my two favorite Google Reader alternatives and it's great so check it out if you haven't yet.
Apparently Apple blocked PlexConnect in the latest Apple TV update. But fear not, as Paul Kehrer found a solution to make PlexConnect work again on your Apple TV using a Mac or a Windows computer and a micro USB cable. It's working and it's great, so check it out.
~Apple TV Gets Disney, Vevo and More New Apps
MacRumors reported today that the Apple TV received more new apps today: Vevo, Disney, Disney XD, The Weather Channel and The Smithsonian Channel. As an Apple TV owner, I always like to see new apps/channels made available, even though I can't access some of them(Disney, HBO and those requiring US Subscription as I'm not in the US) but I got PlexConnect to make up for it.
~the Calm Before the Storm
Stephen Hackett took a look at what's expecting us in the upcoming months from Apple, and there's a lot. All rumors point for the product releases to start 2 weeks from now in September 10, so be prepared and have a look at Stephen's post. I can't wait.
~App Cubby Is Now Contrast
David Barnard, one of my favorite developers and maker of the only third party app that is in my iPhone dock, Launch Center Pro, announced this week that his company has a new name - Contrast. David also announced that Gas Cubby has been sold to Fuelly and finally revealed his upcoming weather app, Perfect Weather. Perfect Weather looks amazing in it's teaser on Instagram and I'm looking forward to it.
~the App.net Situation
Matt Honan of Wired wrote a really nice article a really nice article about App.net, what it is, what it has become and what can be with it in the future, after taking a look back at a year of App.net. I really like App.net and I found this article a great read. I suggest you give it a look.