Come fly with me!\nThis week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps offers better ways to board your airplane, get a laugh, share short videos, and watch TV. Read on!\nBritish Airways\nA big change in the latest edition of the British Airways iPhone app: integration with Apple\u2019s Passbook feature in iOS. \u201cFrom now on, all new boarding passes will be presented in Passbook. You'll be able to download them from the app as usual and continue to use boarding passes on your iPhone in over 100 airports worldwide,\u201d the company says. By mid-June, the airline\u2019s Passbook passes will be accessible directly from the lock screen.\nByword\nThe $3 Byword Markdown editor for iPhone and iPad is sporting a number of new features, including the automatic download of documents\u2014when your machine is connected to Wi-Fi\u2014for offline availability, full offline support in Dropbox, new font options, and adjustable font sizes, among other improvements.\nClipchat\nRemember: Clipchat for iPhone is not Vine: Vine lets you share videos of up to six seconds in length; Clipchat offers you only five seconds. Vine loops its video; Clipchat doesn\u2019t. And Clipchat offers a \u201cself-destruct\u201d mode so that a video, once seen, can never be seen again. This, of course, for entirely wholesome purposes, we\u2019re sure. Just remember, Clipchat is not Vine.\nCC: Standup\nWhat\u2019s \u2026 the deal \u2026 with standup comedy? We can\u2019t get enough of it, that\u2019s what! Comedy Central\u2019s CC: Standup app for iPhone and iPad provides hours and hours of hilarity from Comedy Central\u2019s archives to keep you distracted and giggling.\nDispatch: Action-Based Email\nWe\u2019re apparently in the golden age of \u201cinbox zero\u201d apps. Dispatch: Action-Based Email, a $3 offering for iPhone, joins the top tier of apps like Mailbox and Triage, letting users choose to schedule messages for later, or send it to one of 14 services\u2014including Instapaper, Reminders, and Evernote. Replying can also be done quickly, with the ability to store frequently used snippets and automatically apply them to your response. It works with Gmail, iCloud, AOL, and Yahoo! email accounts.\nElevatr\nGot a business idea? The free Elevatr app for iPhone helps business novices by taking that idea and guiding users through the basics of creating a business plan that can actually lead to the creation of product\u2014and the making of money. Who knew the iPhone could make you richer?\nHulu Plus\nThe latest update to Hulu Plus allows you to multitask while watching your favorite TV shows and movies; if you\u2019re watching a video, simply \u201cpinch\u201d it and it disappears to the lower portion of the screen\u2014you can then browse other videos for viewing without interrupting your current show. Similarly, if you tap on a clip in Hulu\u2019s menu, it will play the video at thumbnail size unless you choose to blow it up to full-screen.\nPoetreat\nHey! This app\u2019s called Poetreat!\n\nWe think you\u2019ll find it kind of neat.\n\nIt\u2019s for poets with little time;\n\njust conjure a verse and it suggests a rhyme.\n\nIt\u2019s for iPhone only, and not the iPad,\n\nbut the cost is free so that\u2019s not so bad.\nPoetreat\nGmail (pictured) has updated with a new color-coded inbox \u2026 Kindle has new features to make it more useful as a digital textbook reader \u2026 Wordpress has been completely redesigned \u2026 and Apple\u2019s WWDC app will guide attendees and non-attendees through the ins and outs of Apple\u2019s developer conference.