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What's new in the Pebble firmware 2.2 and iPhone app updates?

What's new in the Pebble firmware 2.2 and iPhone app updates?

By 5 June 2014

Pebble has updated the firmware of its smartwatches and the accompanying iOS version of its app. The firmware 2.2 watch update may take a little while to get to your device, whether you have an original Pebble or a Pebble Steel, but you might find that... >>

Sky Go to get live World Cup matches as ITV signs up to service

Sky Go to get live World Cup matches as ITV signs up to service

By 4 June 2014

Sky has signed ITV's channels for inclusion in its Sky Go application, which introduces live World Cup matches to the mix. As ITV has half the terrestrial TV rights to the live matches throughout the tournament in Brazil, Sky Go users will be able to... >>

Swiftkey: We've already started building Swiftkey keyboard for iOS

Swiftkey: We've already started building Swiftkey keyboard for iOS

By 2 June 2014

Swiftkey has confirmed that the company has already started building a Swiftkey for iOS keyboard. In a statement to Pocket-lint after Apple revealed it would allow third-party keyboards, the company confirmed that it would build and offer its keyboard,... >>

BBC iPlayer for Android and iOS updated: What are the changes?

BBC iPlayer for Android and iOS updated: What are the changes?

By 28 May 2014

The BBC has updated its BBC iPlayer applications for Android, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch to bring them into line with the new design first implemented on the web version and PS3. You can find the updates on Google Play and the iTunes App Store now and... >>

Djay for iPhone and iPad now accesses Spotify, mix with over 20 million tracks

Djay for iPhone and iPad now accesses Spotify, mix with over 20 million tracks

By 22 May 2014

Algoriddim, the developer and publisher of one of the most successful DJ applications for iOS, has announced a partnership with Spotify which means that users of Djay 2 can now mix any tunes on the streaming service, as long as they are an existing subscriber.... >>

British Airways updates its iPhone app, we take it for a quick spin

British Airways updates its iPhone app, we take it for a quick spin

By 21 May 2014

British Airways has launched a new version of its BA frequent flyer app with a brand new design and new features to make it much more akin to the iPhone iOS 7 interface and design. The new app, which has seen a complete overall is now much more focused... >>

Apple-approved drug dealing game Weed Firm tops iTunes charts

Apple-approved drug dealing game Weed Firm tops iTunes charts

By 19 May 2014

A controversial free game has rocketed to the top of Apple's App Store charts. Currently sitting in first pace on the UK's free apps chart is Weed Firm, a time management/simulation game that puts you in the shoes of a drug dealer. In the game, you must... >>

Sonos controller overhaul rolls out of beta and on to Android and iOS

Sonos controller overhaul rolls out of beta and on to Android and iOS

By 13 May 2014

Sonos has rolled out a new version of its Sonos controller for Android and iOS users bringing with it a slew of new features as well as a new design.  The new design, which Android users have been able to experience through Sonos's beta programme since... >>

Hipstamatic works its filter magic on video with Cinematic for iPhone

Hipstamatic works its filter magic on video with Cinematic for iPhone

By 9 May 2014

Hipstamatic has introduced a new retro imaging application for iPhone in the shape of Cinematic. It allows you to shoot video clips of up to 15 seconds in length and then add retro filter effects before posting the final results on Instagram, Vine or... >>

BBC Sport World Cup edition for Android and iOS pictures and hands-on

BBC Sport World Cup edition for Android and iOS pictures and hands-on

By 7 May 2014

The BBC has unveiled its digital content strategy for the World Cup in Brazil this summer and Pocket-lint had a chance to take a look at how the BBC Sport app for Android, iPhone and iPad will deliver what the BBC is calling its most extensive coverage... >>