Apple recently updated their Podcast app for iOS, making some significant changes along the way. The most notable is direct integration with Siri, where you can ask her to play your favorite Podcast. Car Play integration and some handy UI changes are also incoming with the updated app.
Facebook is rolling out a new way to push contextual content based on your check-ins, which is coming via an OTA update. Now when you check in to a location, cards will show up telling you who else may have been there, relying on your Facebook connections for the data. It also works for status updates, which could keep users glued to the service more than they currently are.
Microsoft has added a bit of a rule change to their Xbox Live and Gold FAQ, one that allows early cancellations. This update and allowance will take place after the June software update, and all requests will need to be made before August 31st, 2014.
Pebble has rolled out a bunch of updates today, bringing forth new firmware for the smartwatch, as well as updated iOS and Android apps. All of them have just rolled out, with the smartphone app updates being available through the respective app stores, and the firmware update being available through the Pebble smartphone app.
There’s a pretty good chance that if you’re a human being who plays video games on a console over the past several years, you’ve had some complaints. Not because there’s inherently anything wrong with the system you own, but because there are far higher expectations coming with owning a system that costs several hundred dollars at the start, then more cash to stay online constantly - the good news is, Microsoft is listening.
It has been a touch over a month since Microsoft released Office for iPad, and over the past 33 days users have been vocal about the various changes they'd like to see made. Following this, Microsoft has announced the first update for the software today, bringing about some of those most requested features.