Each Monday, AppAdvice presents some recently updated apps worth checking out. This week’s list features unlimited comics, unopened email, and more.
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The Discovery Channel HD[/caption]
The popular television app now includes a second screen feature called "Plus." Additionally, the app's guide has been improved.
See also: Discovery Channel HD App Now Includes A Second Screen Feature Called 'Plus'
Google Search, Updated April 29, Universal, Free
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Google Now is finally here and part of Google Search. First launched on Android devices, the feature could give Siri a run for her money.
See also: Google Now For iOS Hits The Universal Search App
Marvel Unlimited, Updated April 25, Universal, Free
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First released in March, Marvel Unlimited has received its first significant update. Version 1.1 features a new discovery tool, and improved reader.
See also: Marvel Unlimited For iOS Gets First Marvelous Major Update
The Nightjar, Updated April 24, Universal, $4.99
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This impressive “video game with no video” has finally received an update -- its first since December 2011. Version 1.2 uses the all-new Papa Engine for 3-D sound.
See also: The Nightjar Is A Unique Sensory Experience For iOS Gamers
Pholium, Updated April 25, iPad, free
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The multimedia photo e-book creation app
developed by 58 North, has received another nice update. The most significant new feature comes in the form of book archiving. Unlockable via a one-time $0.99 in-app purchase, this feature lets you upload the photo e-books in your library to the Pholium cloud. By doing so, you get to free up space on your device.
See also: Photo E-Book Creation App Pholium Gains Archiving And Other Enhancements
Postale, Updated April 24, Universal, Free
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The travel app continues to amaze as its newest update adds photo effects. Earlier this month, the iPhone-only app went universal, and is now available on the iPad too.
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Seesaw for iPhone[/caption]
Need an opinion on something? Seesaw will help you with that. Version 1.3 includes new sign-in features, better results tools, and more.
That’s all, folks. See you next week for another edition of “Monday Apps.”