Spotify on Tuesday released an update to its iOS client, bringing the software to version 8.4.79. On the surface it looks like your typical maintenance release, but according to the change log, it also includes “the first version” of Spotify’s Apple Watch app.
Apple on Wednesday released an update to its Clips application, bringing the mobile video editing software to version 2.0.5. The update features a number of additions and improvements, including 6 new Selfie Scenes—360-degree backgrounds that seemingly transport users into different worlds, 3 new filters, and 17 new soundtracks.
Earlier today Apple released an update for watchOS, bringing the version number to 5.1. Users are typically encouraged to install software updates—they can bring about new features, security fixes and other improvements—but you may want to hold off on this one. We are seeing reports that watchOS 5.1 is bricking some Apple Watches.
Alongside the laundry list of its other releases and announcements today, Apple has pushed out an update for its Shortcuts app. The move brings the app to version 2.1, and brings about a handful of improvements including new actions for the Weather, Clock and Photos apps.