updated 01:59 am EDT, Fri August 29, 2014
Quora app for iOS now supporting iPad
Quora query-based platform has released an update for its iOS app, now supporting use on iPad. Quora provides space for users to ask questions and receive great answers about anything. Experts on particular topics are accessible as they share their knowledge, including "insider" participants such as those who produce popular TV shows. In addition to adding support for iPad, Quora v4.0 features improved loading speeds. Its new visual design aims to offer a more immersive read, and the format for asking questions has been restructured as well. Quora's new rich-text editor includes more options for how one's text appears on the social platform. Free to download, Quora for iOS requires iOS 7.0 or later.
OneDrive for iOS updated, adds new Photos view
OneDrive (formerly known as Sky Drive) has released an update for its iOS app, featuring a variety of new inclusions. OneDrive is a cloud storage platform that allows users to share and access files across devices. From the iOS app, files can be moved, deleted and renamed as well as browsed through, with documents readily accessible if they've recently been opened. OneDrive v4.4.2 features an updated Shared view, in addition to a Photos view that allows for viewing of all photo files in one's OneDrive storage. Multiple files can be selected at once for sharing together, and its new search function can locate by file or folder. OneDrive is free to download, requiring an account to access storage. Upon sign-up users can receive 15GB of free space, with additional space starting at $2 per month.