LinkedIn has managed to slide in one last update for the year to the official iOS app of its popular presentation service, SlideShare.
Released in early October, the app, aptly called SlideShare Presentations, lets you browse, view, save and share the services comprehensive collection of professional presentations, infographics, …read more
Drivers in New York City may soon be able to pay for parking tickets using Apple Pay.
As reported by MarketWatch, the citys finance department is considering the adoption of alternative payment methods such as Apple Pay, PayPal, and Bitcoin for the collection of parking fines:
Its vision include an …read more
GoodReader, the popular document reader app developed by Good.iWare, has just received a small yet notable update.
First and foremost, the update delivers VoiceOver compatibility to GoodReader, in addition to the apps recently introduced Speak feature that effectively turns any PDF or TXT document into an audiobook.
The update also …read more
In bidding farewell to 2014 and giving a warm welcome to 2015, the popular ephemeral photo- and video-sharing app Snapchat is set to unveil its very own New Years Eve presentation.
As reported by The New York Times:
A team of Snapchat curators will stitch together photos …read more
VLC, the popular free media player developed by VideoLAN, is expected to make another triumphant comeback on iOS soon.
As reported by Softpedia (via MacRumors), VLC lead developer Felix Paul Kuehne has confirmed in a post on the VideoLAN forums that the app will be available on …read more
For the new year, Facebook already has plans in place to release more standalone apps that offer new functionalities or otherwise repackage existing ones from its main iOS app.
As reported by CBC News (via iDownloadBlog):
We’re getting away from that single app that does everything for you. We …read more
GT Advanced Technologies, the former sapphire supplier that went bankrupt following a botched deal with Apple, is seeking to give millions in bonuses to its senior executives in hopes of keeping them in its employ.
As reported by The Wall Street Journal:
Pay enhancement is necessary to motivate the key …read more
A couple of proposed class action lawsuits filed against Apple by some of its retail store employees over supposed wage losses due to its routine security checks have been dismissed.
As reported by AppleInsider, a federal court judge consolidated the two suits and dismissed it as one:
Last Tuesday, U.S. District …read more