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Apple Needs To Get Out Of The Man Cave With Its iOS App Designs

It’s no secret that Apple spends a lot of time designing the look of their iDevices. Whether it is the iPhone 4S (which is really just the iPhone 4 with better guts inside) or the iPad 2, it’s obvious Jonathan Ive and his team are perfectionists at heart. Apple’s attention to detail, unfortunately, doesn’t seem to extend to its recent app designs. These, in my opinion, just plain suck.

Bryan M. Wolfe

The Wall Street Journal & Kobo Fall In-Line With Apple's In-App Subscription Policy

This weekend, it was announced that The Wall Street Journal's iPhone and iPad apps and the universal Kobo e-book app would soon support Apple's in-app subscription policy, suggesting that the Cupertino, CA company is beginning to clamp down on those resisting the change. Following the announcement, Kobo updated its universal app, removing the Kobo Store from within the application. As of this moment, The Wall Street Journal's iOS apps have not been updated.

Joe White

Kobo E-Reader App Update Is Game Changer

Kobo Inc. has recently updated its universal app of the same name. The newest version includes a section called Reading Life. It includes features which could be game changers in the ever growing e-book reader marketplace.

Bryan M. Wolfe