Engadget reports that Google will launch an iOS app for ‘Google Play Music All Access’ subscription music service later this month. Google Play Music All Access is a subscription service costing $9.99/month. The service is designed to compete with Spotify, providing songs on demand that can be streamed to a computer or mobile device. » Official Google Music iOS App to Launch Later This Month
Business travel is big business — $250 billion goes toward business travel spending each year, according to the U.S. Travel Association. Getting paid to travel can sound like a great alternative to the daily office grind, but traveling frequently can wear on your stamina, physical health and ability to focus. Prevent feeling zapped when you’re making a business deal, and use the mobile apps designed specifically with the business traveler in mind. » Business Travel Apps to Stay On Budget & On Course
About 31 million Americans experience lower back pain at any given time, according to the American Chiropractic Association. Strengthening the core and improving flexibility are among the main fitness goals for those suffering from chronic back pain. Today, finding an effective yet fun workout targeting these regions is easier than ever with your smartphone.
Research shows that 19 percent of all smartphone users downloaded a health-related app in 2012. With millions of apps on the market, how do you choose one that supports your goal? We’ve taken a bit of the guesswork out of it by highlighting a few of the best apps available for increasing flexibility and overall fitness. » Managing Back Pain? There’s An App For That!
MixBit lets you record, edit and publish videos as short as one second or as long as an hour—right from your mobile phone. You can also create videos without needing to shoot original content. Touch your screen anywhere and hold to record.
Videos are taken in multiple clips, or “bits,” as long as 16 seconds each. A video can include as many as 256 clips. Clips are stored as independent elements but play as one seamless video. Drag and drop to rearrange, cut or delete clips, as well as save or publish, right from your phone. Check out MixBit.com to view, collect and mix videos contributed by the community. » YouTube Co-Founders Launch A New Video-Sharing App for iOS “MixBit”
Showtime has just updated their Showtime Anytime iOS app and now includes live streaming of the main Showtime channels — both the East Coast and West Coast versions. Now iPhone and iPad users will be able to watch live broadcasts of movies that aren’t eligible for streaming. » Showtime Anytime: Updated With Live Streaming Of Showtime East & West Channels
Skype has released a new update (v4.9) for their iOS app which brings free and unlimited video messaging and stability improvements. Jump over the break to check out a full changelog. » Skype For iOS v4.9 Comes With Free & Unlimited Video Messaging and More
Shazam has just released a new update, this time adding a music discovery feature called Pulse, a new-look tab bar, and more. Shazam Pulse finds fresh new music and preview from the trending real time charts. It also comes with some small improvements including a new look of the tab bar. » Shazam Updated With Shazam Pulse and New-Look