‎TeeVee 3 for iPhone and iPad is Free for a Limited Time

TeeVee 3 — a popular TV show tracking app for iPhone and iPad is currently available for Free on the App Store for a limited time. I haven’t used the app in a while now since the app has been suffering from a few bugs in recent times, but the developer has released some bug fixes in the last couple of days that address some crashes and bugs.

Get TeeVee 3 for Free on the App Store →


A Look at How Popular iOS Apps Have Changed in 10 Years

Valia Havryliuk, writing on the ‘Flawless App Stories’ blog:

Just last year App Store celebrated its 10th birthday.
In 2008 it launched with 552 apps and some of them are still live inside your iPhones. Time has passed and design trends have changed dramatically.
#10yearchallenge is a good opportunity to see how fast the evolution is and notice changes in the oldest iOS apps.

Also see: How Websites Have Changed

P.S: We know we’ve been away for a while, but we’re back now. Our regular schedule follows in the coming days.


Reeder 3 for iOS and Mac Goes Free Leading Up to Version 4’s Release Later This Year

Reeder 3 — the popular RSS Reader app available for iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices has gone Free on the App Store. In a tweet, Silvio Rizzi, the @reederapp developer has announced that the app will be free “until version 4 is released later this year”.

Reeder is free until version 4 is released later this year as a paid upgrade. No subscription.

It’s also interesting to note that Reeder 4 will be a paid upgrade for everyone, and will be available as a one-time purchase as opposed to the current trend of having recurring subscriptions.

Reeder 3 for Mac is available on the Mac App Store here and Reeder 3 for iPhone and iPad is available as a Universal app here.




Doppler Adds Support for Importing Music From Safari, Metadata Editing, and More in Newest Update

I wrote about Doppler a few months ago and it has been a lovely alternative to dealing with Apple’s rubbish music app on iOS. Since then, the app has gotten some really nice updates allowing you to import FLAC, WAV, and more formats through iTunes file sharing. The newest major update brings some much-needed functionality that every music player on iOS should have — you can now import music to the app through Safari and edit the metadata for these files. You can even search and download fresh album artwork for your music.

If you still use Last.fm, support has been added to scrobble as well. This is a great free update to Doppler and with the ability to import music downloaded in Safari, I can’t recommend it enough. Get it for just $2.99 on the App Store →.


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