In August, there were plenty of iOS apps being updated, from social networking to music-streaming 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.
Facebook released an update to its iOS app with full OpenTable integration, making it easier to make restaurant reservations. Simply visit the restaurant’s page you want to go to, and select a date and time, and the size of your party and you will see available reservations. If something else comes up, it’s easy to cancel a reservation. You can download Facebook from the App Store here.
With Twitter version 5.10, users can discover and follow conversations. Share Tweets over email or share via direct messages. Users can also report individual Tweets for abuse or spam from Twitter.com. You can download Twitter from the App Store here.
3. CBS Sports
CBS Interactive released a new update for its CBS Sports app, bringing it to version 6.0. The app is now fully compatible with the iPad, and users can stream live video from their iOS devices. Previous app updates included MLB GameTrackers, key players of the game, and NBA on-court stats. You can download CBS Sports from the App Store here.
4. NFL Mobile
NFL Fans, “Are you ready for some football?!” In preparation for the 2013-2013 season, the NFL Mobile app for iPhone has been updated and redesigned to bring football directly to your iPhone and iPad. Follow your favorite teams, receive up-to-minute NFL game score updates, and watch highlights after the game. If you’re a Verizon customer, you can upgrade to Premium Features, and live-stream NFL RedZone, Live NFL Games, and NFL Network 24/7. You can download NFL Mobile from the App Store here.
With Skype version 4.1.0, users can now make HD quality video calls from their iOS devices. The app update also contains general improvements to call quality and stability. Additional improvements features a redesigned country code picker on the dial pad. You can download Skype from the App Store here.
Roku has rolled out a new update that gives users the ability to stream videos from iOS device directly to televisions. Supported devices include iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The newest feature was released to customers with a Roku 3, Roku 2, Roku HD (model 2500) or the Roku Streaming Stick. Other updates include minor bug fixes and performance improvements. You can download Roku from the App Store here.
Pinterest released a new update for its iOS app that makes sharing, pinning, and liking posts easier. Simply press and hold a pin to like, pin, or send it. Users can tap Edit Home Feed to add or remove stuff from their home feed. You can download Pinterest from the App Store here.
Ness, the restaurant recommendation app, has received another update. In version 2.2.2, users can expect a lot of enhancements to the lists feature. Easily rename, remove, and edit your lists from your iOS device while on the go. Lists have a fresh new look, and you can see a display of subscriber and view counts. You can download Ness from the App Store here.
Rappler released a new update for its iOS app that brings push notifications for breaking news. The developers also added performance enhancements and a new search bar, making it easy to find news. You can download Rappler from the App Store here.
Songza, the popular music-streaming service, updated its iOS app to version 3.1. The company introduced Club Songza, an ad free-experience that costs $.99 per week, including exclusive content and playlists. The update also contains fixes for bugs and crashes. You can download Songza from the App Store here.