updated 02:51 pm EDT, Fri August 1, 2014
Delta Airlines updates iPhone and iPad apps, now offering access to free in-flight entertainment
Delta Airlines today released an update for both of its Fly Delta iOS app, now allowing access to free in-flight entertainment content. Available through its new Delta Studio initiative, the service will be available on all domestic and two-cabin aircrafts, and feature a variety of TV shows and movies through the on-board Wi-Fi. The updated Fly Delta app also includes access to past and current issues of Delta's Sky Magazine, as well as a "Glass Bottom Jet" feature which provides flight tracking information. Users of the Gogo Video Player app are permitted to stream and access content through in-flight entertainment services. The apps for iPhone and iPad are both free to download through iTunes.
Akvis releases newest version of Chameleon, offers new Share feature
Akvis has announced the release of the newest version of its photo collage creation software, Chameleon. Available as a standalone program and as a Photoshop plug-in, Chameleon creates collages and montages with four different modes to produce varying results. Chameleon v8.5.0 includes a new Share option that lets users post picture from the program to social network services. Photoshop CC 2014 plugin compatibility has been added, as well as minor bug fixes. The software is priced at $75, and is available as a 10-day trial period.