Yahoo! Mail, TuneIn Radio Pro, 1Password

updated 11:27 am EDT, Wed July 10, 2013 | Posted in iPhone Apps

Yahoo! Mail 1.5.5 (free) - Yahoo! Mail is a mobile client that allows users to access and manage their inbox. Push notifications are sent directly to the user when new messages are received, and a continuous scroll feature lets users quickly browse through messages. Version 1.5.5 adds support for managing multiple accounts, including Yahoo! Small Business accounts. Various minor bug fixes and stability enhancements are also featured. [Download - 8.9MB]

TuneIn Radio Pro 3.8 ($5) - TuneIn is a music streaming service that allows users to access more than 70,000 radio stations and 2 million on-demand programs. In addition, the Pro version offers recording capabilities that includes the option to set timed recording for favorite programs. The v3.8 update resolves a number of known errors. [Download - 14.9MB]

1Password 4.2.1 ($18) - 1Password is a password management app that allows users to store and organize multiple passwords. Full iCloud support is included for syncing passwords across multiple devices, as well as a password generator that can create passwords of varying strength. VoiceOver support for searching has been improved in this release, and a crash that could occur when scrolling through 1Browser tabs has been resolved. [Download - 23.5MB]

Drafts 3.0.7 ($3) - Drafts is a text editor that allows users to quickly take notes and choose where to send them later. The 3.0.7 update features a new app icon, as well as some minor changes to the TextExpander SDK integration to prevent crashes. In addition, Drafts also now includes an updated version of the Simperium sync engine. [Download - 7.8MB]

Fantastical 1.1.3 ($5) - Fantastical is a calendar utility that allows users to create events by explaining events in basic English. For example, a user can enter "Lunch with John at 123 Main Street on Tuesday," and the software will add all of the relevant information to a new event. A URL handler for searching has been added to this release. Numerous bugs, including one that could cause the event list to unexpectedly jump to the begging of the day, have also been addressed. [Download - 8.1MB]

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