Sonos, makers of wireless music systems for the home, announced today the release of Sonos System Software 3.3 along with its long overdue Sonos Controller for iPad application.
The new firmware includes support for AAC radio stations and the Spotify streaming music service in Europe. The update is also required for Sirius and Window Media Server users on this side of the Atlantic.
Score Media has launched a free new sports app designed for the Apple iPad.
The broadcaster says its “TheScore iPad Edition” features news, scores, stats and standings from every major sports league plus video and audio content from the company’s Television, Radio and web properties.
If you’re getting tired of listening to the same playlists on your iPhone over and over then maybe its time you went back to listening to your favourite Canadian radio station.
The iPhone doesn’t have a AM/FM radio tuner but you can download one of the following four free iPhone apps from the Apple iTunes stores which collectively can provide access to over 150 Canadian AM/FM radio stations from across the country
Condé Nast Digital today introduced its first cooking application in the Android Market.
The free application, “Epicurious’ Recipes & Shopping List: On the Go and In the Kitchen,” includes numerous features including the ability to search the Epicurious database of over 28,000 recipes.
Apple announced yesterday that it sold its one millionth iPad last Friday, more than twice as fast as the original iPhone.
Subscription satellite radio provider, Sirius XM has announced plans to launch an Android smartphone App for subscribers to go along with its iPhone and Blackberry smartphone apps.
Through the free application, Sirius XM Premium online subscribers can access over 120 stations at no additional charge. Some select programming including NFL Play-by-Play, Nascar Radio, and Howard Stern, is not available.
TD Canada Trust announced today that since it launched its mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch devices on April 14th, the app has been averaging more than 10,000 downloads per day.
Add it up and more than 100,000 iPhone and iPod users have downloaded the financial application which lets users find the nearest TD branch, view account balances, transfer funds and pay bills.
After weeks of speculation among iPhone users debating whether the application would be approved by Apple, the Opera Mini web browser for iPhone is now available from the iTunes App store.
First shown at the Mobile World Congress 2010 in February, the browser is known for its speed which the company says is up to six times faster than the iPhone’s native Safari browser.