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Adobe has updated its Ideas iOS app with a premium layers feature, as well as other improvements.
Mint.com has upgraded its iPhone app to free users from the tyranny of needing a desktop computer to organize their finances—but it is leaving users of older iOS operating systems behind.
The new CollabraCam app allows up to four wirelessly-sycned iPhone cinematographers to shoot video under the direction of a fifth crewmember.
Comcast's Xfinity TV app has been upgraded from a glorified remote control to a video viewer in its own right.
An uncensored version of Playboy Magazine is coming to the iPad in March, according to a tweet Wednesday morning by the company's infamous Hugh Hefner.
The DVR pioneer teased its iPad app back in November, but now it's available for all TiVo Premiere and Premiere XL owners.
PBS's iPhone app lets you view full episodes, video segments, and previews of upcoming programs, as well as view the schedule for your local PBS station.
Popular streaming app ZumoCast has been temporarily removed from the App Store as the developers make enhancements, but the company says it will return in a month or two.
SnagFilms.com, a Web site that offers more than 1800 documentaries for free online viewing, is making 51 of those movies available in a new iPad app.
The TV, Internet, and phone provider announced that in a few weeks, the iPad will be able to stream live broadcasts and nearly 3000 hours of its pool of on-demand content.
The $4 Remote HD app lets older Apple TVs running FireCore's aTV Flash add-on to use AirPlay to stream video from other devices.
Artists who want to make graffiti without running afoul of the law—or inhaling too many fumes—have a new iPad app, Graffiti Spray Can 2, to help them leave their mark.
The App Store is teeming with mobile offerings designed to kick-start your creative muse, so we've created app collections aimed at designers, illustrators, and photographers.