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Briefly: iBank for iPad v2 coming, Talkboard collaboration for iPad

updated 02:14 pm EDT, Thu September 12, 2013

iBank update to be launched in coming weeks

IGG Software has announced that it is currently working on a complete overhaul of iBank for iPad. Redesigned for iOS 7, v2.0 will offer the same editing and entry capabilities but in an interface designed to match the aesthetics of iOS 7. Not many other details regarding the update are known, however developers have promised that behind the scenes changes will make the software "more capable than ever for managing accounts, budgets and investments on the go." Version 2.0 will retail for $20 at launch, however, customers can purchase the current release for $15 and then upgrade at no additional cost when the update is launched.

Talkboard ready for iOS 7 launch

Talkboard, a new iPad app for collaborating ideas, has undergone a minor update in preparation for iOS 7's launch. The app allows multiple users to connect together and use the iPad as a virtual whiteboard. Various tools for sketching ideas are included in the app, and everything added to the board is immediately viewable by all connected users. Along with iOS 7 support, the update also fixes a number of minor bugs. Talkboard is a free download in the App Store.




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