PEAR 2.0 is live, and it adds a few things that have been a long time coming. In addition to all the fitness tracking it already provides, of course.
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The new 1.1 update for Alto's Adventure has officially gone live, and it adds a fair bit of stuff to the endless downhill skier/llama racer.
It's been a while and quite a few versions since we reviewed ProCamera 8 + HDR (it was called ProCamera 7 back then), but it's changed quite a bit since then. And of course it's changing again thanks to its latest update.
The worlds of Beast Quest can be harch and unforgiving, so what better to add to the roster than an active volcano?
The App Store isn't what it used to be back in 2012, so it's not unexpected to see some games changing their structures with the times. Now we can add Rage of Bahamut to that list with the recent announcement that the game is severely cutting back on the number of events it holds.
Overkill 3 is a pretty enjoyable third-person shooter that was sort of begging for some online multiplayer. Fortunately the begging can stop, because its newest update has added an online co-op mode.
Scanner Pro is one of the most popular document scanning apps on iOS, thanks in no small part to its near-constant updates, I'm sure. Now we're up to update number six, and it adds some pretty handy new features.
Racing Rivals is a racing game that's all about, well, rivalry. And who knows rivalry better than WWE superstars (shhhh, that was rhetorical)?
One of the App Store's popular music discovery sources - SoundHound - has already been updated to include Apple's own music discovery source - Apple Music. That was fast!
Arcane Legends has been going strong since it debuted at the tail end of 2012. So well, in fact, that it's already up to its sixth expansion.
Shark Week is almost here, as is Independence Day, so naturally Hungry Shark Evolution is going to get in on the action. Yes, even the fireworks.
Cars: Fast as Lightning is taking a trip to Tokyo with its latest update. Specifically the neon-covered, street racing side of Tokyo.
The other popular robot fighting game on the App Store, Ironkill, has received a pretty substantial update today. We're talking new bots, new rewards, graphical tweaks; the works.
Crossy Road has had its fair share of odd characters and crossovers, and it's gotten even more interesting now that ten new characters have been added - including Korean pop star Psy (Gangnam Style - yes, that Gangnam Style).
DataMan Next has just received a design overhaul for the Apple Watch in order to better compliment all those little circular app icons.