Apple has added driving directions to Find My iPhone with version 2.0.1 of the iOS app for iPhone and iPad. Users now have the ability to get driving directions courtesy of Apple Maps directly within the app.
Twitter released Twitter 5.2 for iPhone and iPad Tuesday, an update that adds eight filters directly to the in-app camera. The filters are being provided by Aviary, and allow users to use filter called Vignette, Black & White, Warm, Cool, Vintage, Cinematic, Happy, and Gritty.
AgileBits posted a video Tuesday morning teasing the upcoming release of 1Password for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The password and personal data management app will clearly get some new features, but the company isn't saying yet what users can expect when version 4 is released.
Adobe released Photoshop CS6 13.0.2 on Tuesday, adding Retina Display support to the professional photo and image editing application for the Mac. The update improves the appearance of Photoshop's interface along with images on Retina Display Macs, and supports other high resolution displays, too.
Just a few days after the release of version 1.7 of the iWork apps for iOS, Apple has released version 1.7.1, a bug fix update. The update notes for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote all say simply that version 1.7.1, "resolves issues related to Accessibility settings."
Apple released OS X Server 2.2 for Mountain Lion late on Thursday. The update for Apple's server software added a new Caching Service for App Store purchases and software updates, and more.
The larklife personal health and fitness tracker became more accessible on Thursday when it landed on shelves in Apple's own retail stores. The wristband tracker logs activities such as how far you walk, what you eat, and how much you sleep, then syncs that information wirelessly to your iPhone via Bluetooth 4.0.
Apple released updates for its iWork suite on both OS X and iOS. Pages 1.7, Numbers 1.7, and Keynote 1.7 each add new features and improved compatibility for Microsoft Office, while iWork 9.3 for Mac is designed to simply support the new iOS versions.
Bare Bones Software announced the immediate availability of BBEdit 10.5 on Tuesday with support for the Retina Display MacBook Pro, new navigation and project management tools, and more. BBEdit is a code and text editing app for Intel-based Macs.
Apple announced early Monday that the iPhone 5 is scheduled to launch in 50 new countries by the end of December, starting with a launch in South Korea this Friday, December 7, with subsequent launches in additional countries on the 14th and 21st.
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