Zite, Wall Street Journal, Kingdom Rush HD

updated 02:11 pm EDT, Thu March 14, 2013 | Posted in iPhone Apps

Zite 2.2 (free) - Zite is a digital magazine that can help users find new content to read. Version 2.2 introduces a new image gallery in the reader mode that can be opened by tapping on any image. Users can also refine the topics they like while reading an article, and the Facebook sharing implementation has been entirely replaced with iOS 6 native sharing. A number of other minor changes and bug fixes are also included. [Download - 20.3MB]

Wall Street Journal 5.1 (free) - The Wall Street Journal app allows users to access all of the publications stories directly from their iPhone or iPad. The v5.1 update integrates support for iOS 6's built-in Facebook and Twitter sharing, and now allows users to move directly between the Today and Now editions. Local language editions for Japan and Korea have also been added, and a bug where the app would freeze after watching a video has been addressed. [Download - 15.5MB]

Kingdom Rush HD 1.84 ($3) - Kingdom Rush is a mobile strategy game where players must defend their kingdom against hordes of ocrs, trolls, wizards, and more. The game includes eight specialized tower upgrades, more than 30 different enemies, and a variety of environments to protect. The update adds two brand new stages, three new enemies and a new hard mode for a greater challenge. Users can also select from two new heroes, Ingvar the Viking and Eloras Wintersong. [Download - 252MB]

Calendars+ by Readdle 3.5.3 ($7) - Calendars+ by Readdle is a scheduling tool that can be used to manage events stored in Google Calendar and the built-in iOS Calendar. Full support is included for repeating events, and event overviews can be displayed by day, week, or month. Overall syncing stability has been improved in this release, and several minor bugs have been resolved. [Download - 14.1MB]

Pholium 2.0 (free) - Pholium is a tool for creating multimedia eBooks directly on the iPad. With v2.0, Pholium now allows users to order physical copies of their digital multimedia books. QR codes are directly integrated into each book, and will link users to the same interactive audio and video files that are placed into the eBook version. [Download - 10.9MB]

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