iTether lasted all of five seconds on the App Store before Apple pulled it for some silly reason like it being designed for the singular purpose of bypassing an iPhone's hotspot limitations. But iTether is back and there is nothing Apple can do about it.
You can buy a £3 version of iPhoto for your iPad and iPhone now. You can edit your photos to make them look better, on your handheld Apple device. It looks very handsome. But it's also confusing, superfluous, and a little dumb.
If flying around as a kitten with a jetpack, a "butterfly" kitten, or even a kitten wrapped with bacon as techno music plays is your idea of a good time, then Techno Kitten Adventure is the app you've been waiting for.
The new Clear to-do list app takes a different approach from others in that it's not loaded with auxiliary features. Clear is quick, simple, intuitive, and perfect for busy people who need a list to juggle a million tasks a day.
The internet is starting to realize something unsettling: our iPhones send information about the people we know to private servers, often without our permission. Some offending apps are fixing themselves. Some aren't. But the underlying problem is much bigger.
We all want to be better organised, but we never get a goddamn thing done. Why? Because we can't see the fires we're extinguishing in front of us from the forest that's ablaze with things we need/want to do in the future. Agenda Calendar will help you see the bigger picture.
If you've been wondering how Facebook's snazzy new Timeline feature would look like on the iPhone, wonder no more. It's supah snazzy (or as snazzy as its mobile web and Android counterparts)! The latest iOS Facebook app update includes Timeline so you can catch up with your friend's entire history while on the go. Convenient? [iTunes]