If you've got an iOS device then you've got a great ereader, but Vern Seward points out three freebies that might make your reading experience e=ven better in this week's Free on iTunes. ReadMill, JukePop, and LibriVox.
In this last article in a series to help kick off your New Year, Vern Seward takes a look at 5 free iOS apps that might help you collaborate with others: Dropbox, Documents by Readdle, DocuSign Ink, Quip, and JotNot Scanner.
Traveling this year? Vern Seward features five apps that just might help in this weeks Free on iTunes. TravelZoo, AirBnB, Jetsetter, Flght + Free and Verso
Vern Seward introduces the first in a 3 part series highlighting 5 must-have free iOS apps in this week's Free on iTunes.
Love art? Vern Seward points out 3 great free iOS apps that are right up your alley in this week's Free on iTunes. Arts Days, Guggenheim, and ARART.
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Apple's iCloud versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote gained some new collaboration features on Thursday. The iCloud versions of the iWork apps run in Web browsers so users can make and edit documents without needing the native Mac, iPhone, or iPad versions of the apps.
Fall is a great time to get out in the woods and Vern Seward points out 3 free apps you might want to take along with you in this week's Free on iTunes. Backyard Scat and Tracks, The Mushroom Book, Ive Got 1. Check it out.
Apple's busy Tuesday morning included the release of iOS 7.0.3 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The update for the month-old operating system added iCloud Keychain sync support, and fixed a problem where iMessages were failing to send.
Get ready for new software announcements at Apple's Tuesday media event. The iWork for iCloud website added a warning this morning that Apple is currently updating the iCloud versions of Pages, Keynote, and Numbers with what the company is calling "great new features."
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Getting Web app updates for the iWork suite is nice, but it would be great to also see native app updates for the Mac versions, too. It's 2013, and we're still sitting on iWork '09. It's time for an update.
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