A number of iOS applications have updates before 2012 ends. Here's a couple of applications on my iPhone receiving updates.
a. Wunderlist - Wunderlist has released version 2.0 of the application a few weeks back and its a major overhaul. Wunderlist now released version 2.0.1 to address the following:
- Fix issues with migration from Wunderlist 1 to Wunderlist 2 for unregistered accounts
- Reduce the app download size by roughly 5MB
- Fix translations for Japanese, Turkish, Portuguese (Portugal) and Portuguese (Brazil)
b. PanoPerfect - PanoPerfect is a great sharing application for panoramas that you have shot on your iOS 6.0 compatible devices. You can checkout my review of the application here. The latest changes to the application have the following updates:
- New icons in the app to match a future upcoming app
- Option to send notification when you are mentioned in a comment on your panorama
- Option to search hashtags easily from the Discover tab
- Faster uploads to panoramas
- Improvements to notifications for Discover pages and load times of panoramas
- Forgot password option
c. Tiny Tower - Tiny Tower had a fun holiday season update. You can check out my post about that update here. Now the latest change to the application removes the holiday theme and includes additional floors. I wonder what those additional floors are.
d. 24me - I actually downloaded this application for the simple reason that it gets the birthdays of my friends in Facebook and I can easily greet them right inside the application. I do not actually want to sync them on my Calendar as I have other purposes for it. The latest update for 24me is a big one as it includes some of the following:
- New night welcome animation if you open the application after 8pm
- Some sound effects
- Support for additional service providers and financial institutions in Canada and the US
- Passcode lock protection
- Toggle for badge on the application's icon
e. StreetSmart - As the application describes itself on iTunes, StreetSmart is the first user-contributed traffic app for mobile devices in the Philippines. I'm just proud of it being Filipino made. The application now requires iOS 6.0 and supports the iPhone 5 and the 4th generation iPod Touch. It also supports the social framework of iOS 6.0 namely Facebook and Twitter and viewing traffic reports in Tweetbot, Twittelator, Twitter or Safari.