Apple Updates iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, and Cards
Apple today issued updates to four of its iOS applications. iPhoto version 1.0.1 makes it easier to copy URLs, reduces instances of duplicated photos, and adds stability improvements. iMovie version 1.3.1 adds the ability to seek help when editing movie clips, fixes a bug related to the time, and adds stability improvements. GarageBand 1.2.1 fixes bugs relating to iCloud syncing and signing in to SoundCloud. Cards version 1.1.2 adds more Mother's Day, birthday and get-well card options, as well as improves address accuracy, and a bug related to editing envelopes. The updates are free for those who've already downloaded the apps.
Samsung's Milk Music Service Gains a Premium Version
Samsung this week updated its Milk music service, which gives Galaxy device owners the ability to stream music to their handset. The update introduces Milk Premium for $4 per month.
Apple's GarageBand Scores Alchemy Synthesizer
Apple today announced a major update to GarageBand, its music creating and recording app for iOS devices. Chiefly, GarageBand now includes the Alchemy synthesizer, which adds more than 150 new patches from Apple that span myriad styles like pop, rock, EDM, and hip hop.
Apple Updates GarageBand, Intros Music Memos for iOS
Apple today improved its selection of apps for music makers. First, it pushed out a significant update to GarageBand for iOS, which now includes Live Loops.
Microsoft Updates Outlook for Android and iOS
Microsoft delivered a new version of its Outlook email application to the Android and iOS platforms this week. Both versions of the app see plenty of bug fixes and stability improvements.