Don't-Miss Entertainment software Stories
This iOS remote app for Roku's Netflix and Amazon media player gains a bunch of new features and integration, from an Instant Replay button to on-device Netflix queue browsing and full keyboard support.
The 2.0 version of the mobile entertainment reference guide brings support for multitasking and the iPhone 4's Retina display. The update also delivers entertainment news and showtime information for movie theaters in 13 countries.
AmpliTube lets users turn their mobile device into an amp for guitar and bass; updates now allow for multi-track recordings and an array of sound effects.
Public Broadcasting Service has made a big leap into the App Store's video market with an iPad app that provides access to full-length episodes from 25 of its shows.
The latest version of the VLC Media Player app goes universal by adding support for the iPhone and iPod touch, as well as improved performance and file management.
Movie Vault already brought hundreds of public domain movies to the iPad; now, a cheaper version is available for iPhone and iPod touch.
Electronic Arts will pay $20 million in cash and incentives for Chillingo. The gaming giant cited Chillingo's strength with iOS games and its relationship with independent developers when commenting on the purchase.
IGG Software has released an update for its online banking app, iBank, that includes full iOS 4 support for multi-tasking, Retina display support, and other minor improvements.
A few weeks after overhauling its Remote app for iOS devices, Apple has released a 2.0.1 update to fix a number of bugs and performance issues.
The new $7 app doesn't have all the tools available on desktop versions of the program, but users can transfer files back-and-forth.
This major upgrade to Apple's Remote app for iPhone brings an iPad interface, much easier control of your media with Home Sharing, and support for iOS 4.
The updated, renamed version of the app sports a daily leaderboard, to see how your Auto-Tuned crooning stacks up.
After much anticipation, VideoLAN has brought its free, open source multimedia player, VLC Player, to the iPad.
A seemingly minor update to this "personal social magazine" for reading Twitter and Facebook on an iPad brings a number of user requested features. You can now add up to 21 sections, retweet with comment,
Curious about Project Sword, Epic Games's new RPG game for iOS that was demonstrated at Apple’s Wednesday event? Lucky for you, the company has released a free app that allows users to explore the castle environment showcased during the demo.