updated 11:46 am EST, Tue January 28, 2014
Unified file browser app Octonius combines viewing of Dropbox, Evernote and Google Drive content
File browsing app for iOS Octonius has released its latest version of the software, optimized for iPhone and iPod touch. Octonius synthesizes viewing of file content on Evernote, Dropbox and Google Drive, allowing its users to track and organize their cloud storage. An Octonius account features several options for viewing and organizing, such as the "Flow" tab, which visualizes a stream of accessed files that are ordered chronologically. Users can add notations to a file, or add it to a particular collection.
Octonius' scheduling component facilitates to-do list making for sorting files, so prioritizing tasks related to files can be documented. Octonius is free to use for one month, with the service priced at $12 for a one-year subscription, or a monthly payment of $2.
Boinx Labs' PhotoPresenter 3 for iOS adds two new features as in-app purchases
Boinx Software has announced its new features for PhotoPresenter 3, including a new Laser Pointer Tool, and a custom logo feature. Both additions are available as in-app purchases. PhotoPresenter 3 is intended for when a slideshow presentation is required in a non-linear manner. The Laser Pointer Tool is available for $1, and includes a traditional laser pointer, a cursor spotlight and a new finger pointer. Previous versions of PhotoPresenter for iOS had free access to this feature. For $10, users can add a custom logo to the blackout-resting screen of the software, allowing for the branding of presentations with a company's logo or for a particular event.
Both new in-app purchases are currently available at 50 percent off until February 2, with PhotoPresenter 3 for iOS downloadable through the iTunes Store.