.Mail app looks like a really intriguing mail application. I like the idea of built-in action items and attachment management. Unfortunately, I have a feeling this won’t work for a corporate setting.
It is about time.
Apple has decided to release a Free standalone Podcaster app that supports iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
This will drive these Podcaster apps to step up their game.
This is massive news. The old Tumblr 2.0 was so frustrating to work with that I had removed it from all of my iOS devices. I’ve done a quick test of the new 3.0 version and things are looking great.
I only have two gripes about the new 3.0
- Still not an iPhone/iPad app. Tumblr.com on the iPad through mobile safari will not be able to compare to this new iPhone App experience.
- While editing previously saved Drafts, the user is presented with HTML markup. Maybe this will change as iOS 6 allows for rich text to be used on “text views”.
Evernote has build an iPad2 App that is the digital equivalent to flash cards. Promo video below.
Evernote Peek is the first Smart Cover learning app. Connect Peek to your Evernote account and brush up on a language, make flashcards for a quiz or test your trivia knowledge, all by simply peeking under the Smart Cover.
There is a new OSX Tumblr app in town called “Tumblita”.
Tumblita is a new lightweight Mac app for posting to your Tumblr based sites. All the Tumblr post types are available. It supports multiple acounts and sites and is designed to make it as simple as possible. Visit the website and watch the video to get the full idea.
I like it so far in the very brief time I have used it. Plus, it’s only $0.99 in the Mac App Store so it’s pretty inexpensive to give it a spin yourself.