In July, there were plenty of iOS apps being updated, from social networking apps to music apps. We complied a list of the best app updates for this month. In this list, you may notice a few apps you may have already deleted on your iPhone or iPad due to annoying bugs or crashes. These apps have now been updated for a better user experience.
BuzzFeed announced an updated version of its iOS app, which allows readers to customize the news they get. Select stories of what type of stories you prefer to read, and you will see a personalized newsfeed. My Feed no longer scrolls to the top after returning from a post, and issues with Facebook sign in has been fixed. You can download BuzzFeed from the App Store here.
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Pandora updated its iOS app to version 4.4, adding a new feature that automatically pauses music playback when a listener mutes their phone. The app also has improved buffering, which will help deliver stutter-free music playback. Other improvements include fixed issues with in-app links, bug fixes, and performance improvements. You can download Pandora from the App Store here.
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Instagram updated its iOS app to version 4.0.2, allowing users to shoot pictures and videos in landscape mode. The update also adds a Cinema stabilization feature for iPhone’s front-facing camera, and minor big issues have been fixed. You can download Instagram from the App Store here.
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With Yelp version 6.9.1, users in select cities can order and pay for food delivery pickup from select restaurants supported by http://www.delivery.com. Yelp will also be adding more categories such as spas, yoga studios, salons, dentists, and more. The latest feature will be rolling out to additional locations in the coming weeks. You can download Yelp from the App Store here.
Madefire is a motion comic reader app developed by Madefire Inc. Discover and read original comics created by comic book legends including Mike Cary, Dave Gibbons, and Liam Sharp. Madefire offers high-quality comics with 360 panoramic views, music, and sounds effects that bring the comic book you’re reading to life. The new updates includes bug fixes for rare crashes. You can download Madefire from the App Store here.
SoundTracking, the popular social network for sharing new music, updates its iOS app to version 3.3.0. New features include include song requests and dedications, hastag support to track trending topics, and support for new languages. The new updates brings a new fun way to send songs to friends and family. You can download SoundTracking from the App Store here.
7. Proven Job Search
Proven is a job search engine that lets users browse through Craigslist and SimplyHired job postings from their mobile device. Get notified when new jobs are available, share jobs with friends, and import existing resumes from Dropbox or email. The latest update includes The new update includes minor bug fixes. You can download Proven Job Search from the App Store here.
8. Felix For iPhone
With the latest updates made to Felix app, users can now swipe the left or the right to switch between streams, mentions, and other sections of the app. Other features include being able to view full-size images, private messages has a new look, and a new transition animation has been added. You can download Felix for iPhone from the App Store here.
9. MLB.com At Bat
The MLB.com At Bat App, allows users to watch live games and access on-demand content and news. Users can now access All-Star Week content such as the All-Star Game and the Home Run Derby. The updated app has a fresh new look, a revamped news section, and adds customized push notifications for MLB news channel. You can download the MLB.com at Bat app from the App Store here. You can download MLB.com At Bat from the App Store here.
Facebook launched a fresh new look for its iPhone app making it version 6.3. The latest update offers users an easier way to find public figures, celebrities and brands. Users will see a blue check mark next to verified accounts. The iPad version also supports improved places which allows users to fix categories, phone numbers, and other information. You can download Facebook from the App Store here.
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