Two weeks ago Apple released their first beta of iOS 8.3 for developers and now Apple has released iOS 8.3 Beta 2.
The iOS 8.3 Beta 2 brings some new features to Apple’s mobile devices, which include new Emoji’s that we mentioned earlier.
Earlier in the week Microsoft updated a number of its Office for iPad apps and now the company has released a new version of OneNote for iPad.
The new version of OneNote for iPad comes with handwriting recognition, Microsoft have also added OCR for all versions of the app, have a look at the video below.
If you currently use a professional graphics tablet such as the ones created by manufacturers such as Wacom, or are currently saving to purchase one but already own an Apple iPad. You might be interested in a new drawing system and software application called AstroPad.
AstroPad has been created to transform your iPad into a professional graphics tablet simply by installing an application. Allowing you to use a variety of different styluses to create your artwork. Watch the video below to learn more about the new innovative AstroPad application.
Google has released a new version of their Google Inbox by Gmail app for Apple’s iOS devices, and the new version of the app now comes with an iPad version.
Google Inbox is currently only available on an invite only basis, although anyone can download the app from Apple’s app store.
This week Microsoft has rolled out a new update to its iOS Office suite of applications enabling users of Apple smartphone and tablet devices to save the their Office documents into Apple’s iCloud storage service.
Offering accessibility to the documents across Mac and iOS systems, and even the ability to open them with Apple’s alternative apps such as Pages and Numbers.
We previously saw some renders of what the new 12 inch iPad Pro may look like, and now a case for Apple’s new tablet has turned up in some photos.
This new case for the 12 inch iPad Pro shows us that the device may come with a similar design to the current iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini tablets.
iPad users that preferred the touch of a physical keyboard that don’t want to carry an additional piece of hardware with their tablet, may be interested in the new tactile touchscreen keyboard called Phorm.
Phorm is a see-through skin that is applied to your touchscreen display and has been designed to raise up when the keyboard is required and then lower back down to make the screen completely flat once again.
Apple has updated its security for a number of apps and now Apple two step verification is used on FaceTime and iMessage.
Apple two step verifications is now available for FaceTime and iMessage on the iPhone, iPad and also the Mac.
FiftyThree have announced that they are making all of the add on tools in their popular Paper app available for free, the tools were previously available for $0.99 each as in app purchases.
All you need to do to get all of the free tools in the FiftyThree Paper app is update you app to the latest version.
As well as releasing OS X Yosemite 10.10.2, Apple also released a software update for the iPhone and iPad in the form of Apple iOS 8.1.3.
The Apple iOS 8.1.3 update brings a range of bug fixes to the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, it also brings a change to the way software updates are installed on devices.