Adobe has announced the immediate availability of several new features in Photoshop for iPad and desktop, including the healing brush and magic wand, adding new features to Fresco.
Documents by Ukrainian developer Readdle was helping people manage files on their iOS devices long before Apple's own Files app came along. And now, Documents for iOS has been refreshed on the App Store with new video actions that don't require a separate app.
Shazam for iPhone and iPad was updated in the App Store this morning with several new features. Besides, Shazam can now be used on any computer via a web browser.
Readdle's Scanner Pro software has received its biggest update in years. It now uses computer vision to turn your scanned images into raw text that you can use in other apps, with full-text search and more. On top of that, Readdle has switched Scanner Pro to a subscription model.
Before kids were connecting their PlayStation controllers to their smartphones to play Fortnite, they were moving a snake around a screen of their Nokia handset. But now, kids have apps like Retro Widget which brings the iconic game to the Home screen of an iPhone or iPad.
German developer Algoriddim is turning air DJing into a reality with an update to its djay Pro AI iPad app, now available on the App Store, which brings a new gesture control feature.
Facebook-owned Instagram is adding the Reels and Shop tabs to the home screen of its mobile app for iOS and Android, a major change to the app's layout for the first time in years.
Apple's been seeding the latest betas for iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 for weeks now, but now it's finally time to release these iPhone and iPad software updates to the general public.
Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp yesterday announced several new features.
Following multiple delays, Epic Games today at long last launched Fortnite's long-awaited Chapter 2: Season 3 featuring a plethora of enhancements and fresh new content.
The award-winning action role-playing game Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm today pushed a major new update to the App Store aimed at Apple Arcade subscribers.
Keeping true to its promise, Microsoft yesterday updated its Word and PowerPoint productivity apps on the App Store with the ability to open two documents in a side-by-side view on iPad via Split View multitasking support. The Excel app did not pick up Split View support at post time, however. Microsoft has also acknowledged that it's working on implementing iPadOS trackpad support for the Office suite, but don't expect to be taking advantage of it before the fall.