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Monday App Updates: Great Apps That Just Got Better For March 4

Monday App Updates: Great Apps That Just Got Better For March 4

March 4, 2013
Each Monday, AppAdvice presents some recently updated apps worth checking out. This week’s list features lots of video, a little music, and some tasty food.

Eventbrite, Updated March 1, iPhone, Free

This update to the popular online event ticketing app is being called the best to date. It includes a new Discover tool, and much more.

News Republic, Updated Feb. 26, Universal, Free

First released in 2010, the international news app has recently been redone for the iPad. A new look on iPhone is coming soon.

Panna, Updated Feb. 27, Universal, Free

This amazing cooking app is now available on the iPhone too. The latest version also includes a number of new features, including the ability to select recipes and add them to an iCloud-enabled Shopping List. See also: Start Cooking Like A Pro With Panna, Now Optimized For iPhone

Socialcam 5.0, Updated Feb. 28, iPhone, Free

Autodesk worked with their professional development video effects team to complete this version of Socialcam, which they purchased in July. New features include the ability to shoot videos in 720p HD resolution, and HDR recording. The app also has redesigned visual effects, and a new icon. See also: Socialcam Update Brings High-Definition Recording And HDR Video.

SXSW, Updated March 1, Universal, Free

Even if you aren’t going to this year’s festival in Austin, this is a great app for those folks interested in music, film, and of course, the interactive. See also: The Official SXSW 2013 App Launches And AppAdvice Will Be There.

Viddy, Updated Feb. 28, iPhone, Free

There is much to love about the latest update to this gem. However, the most kisses should be thrown at being able to record videos of up to 30 seconds in length. That's twice as long as the app's previous maximum supported duration. See also: Viddy 2.0 Update Offers Video Recording Five Times As Long As Vine's We’ll see you next week for another edition of “Monday Apps.”

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