updated 08:12 pm EDT, Thu July 31, 2014
Wikipedia Mobile overhauled, adds new table of contents, localization support
The official Wikipedia app for iOS has received a major update, including a complete native rewrite and new additions. The free encyclopedia contains more than 32 million article in 280 languages; the newest version now features localization and international support. Wikipedia Mobile v4.0 includes a table of contents sidebar, so that users can easily navigate articles. Editing is enabled, meaning that users can now edit articles whether they are logged in or out of their Wikipedia account. The mobile app is free to download, and requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Ember for Mac launches screen-recording feature
Ember for Mac, a screenshot and annotation app, has announced the launch of its new screen recording feature, available now. A free update that can be found at the Ember website as well the Mac App Store, screen recording can capture at 60 frames per second, with videos saved and synced in a user's library. Ember for Mac v1.8 also features bug fixes, such as the ones regarding saving GIFs and viewing the source of saved webpages. New users can purchase Ember for Mac for $50.