On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks for iOS, tvOS, and Mac OS X:
Ilium Software has announced eWallet 8.2. The $9.99 wallet app has been completely updated to support the new mulitasking features in iOS 9 on the iPad and upcoming iPad Pro. eWallet now takes advantage of the Slide Over and Split View multitasking features so that the eWallet screen can now be shared with Safari, Mail, Photos, or any other app that supports these new features.
Striding Bird Productions has floated out Balloon Kingdom 1.0.1, a $2.99 children’s interactive storybook. This original story tells the tale of Casper as he explores the world of Balloon Kingdom, a kingdom above the clouds.
Sterko has released Bully Tap 1.1. The free, anti-bulling app allows users to report a bully, inspire others with their stories on a forum and talk to Bully Tap certified advisers on a live chat.
DAR Software has introduced Docs & Works 1.1. It’s a $9.99 app for filling and signing documents on iPhones and iPads. Users can complete forms, endorse signatures and provide feedback with the help of overlay notes and remarks.
Stonelight Pictures has announced TV Tournament 1.0. In the $4.99 game, you play with up to seven others in a match of perception, reaction, and observation. Multiple mini-games make up a tournament.
Digital Smoke has brought their iOS and Android game, 10 Pin Shuffle, to the Apple TV. In the $3.99 game, you use the Apple TV's touchpad remote to swipe your shuffleboard weight down the table into the bowling pins at the far end.
Mac OS X Apps/Updates
Static Z Software has announced Sound Siphon 2.0.2, an update to their audio capture app.
The $39 app makes your Mac's audio output available as an audio input device. Version 2.0.2 sports a public API (application programming interface) for third party developers, enabling them to access Sound Siphon's application audio capture abilities. Now a developer can add the ability to record application audio to their own Mac app. A demo is available for download.