9to5Mac has once again scoured the App Store for all the latest app launches, price drops, noteworthy news, and updates, and we have compiled everything in a roundup below. Check it out, but keep coming back as we continually refresh the list throughout the day.


1. LinkedIn | Free LinkedIn just published a post on its blog officially announcing it reached 200 million members:

We recently crossed an important and exciting milestone for the company. LinkedIn now counts over 200 million members as part of our network, with representation in more than 200 countries and territories. We serve our members in 19 languages around the world.

In terms of fastest mobile growth, the LinkedIn app is gaining popularity in China, Brazil, Portugal, India, and Italy.


1. Condition ONE for iPad | Free 9to5Mac is live at CES 2013 and attended the ShowStoppers CES event last night, where we saw a demo of version 2.0. This video software app employs a Quad720 Immersive Video Player so users can experience ultra high-resolution 5K immersive videos, get “transported to events around the world” with its live-enabled video player, and shoot and experience video with an upcoming iOS app and web player. The software also supports video files shot with RED, GoPro, and DSLR cameras. Unfortunately, the latest update will delete all the content from users’ existing Condition One app.

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2. NBA King of the Court 2 – Universal | Free Version 1.7 landed today and is the app’s biggest update yet. The change log announced seasons are finally here, so users have the ability to compete with the world and make their mark in the record books. Additional changes include:

  • Shoot on the awesome new All-Star 2013 Super Court to unlock the exclusive All-Star Clutch Goofball!
  • Now you can rack up even more Coin for completing City Challenges!
  • Post and tweet your Achievements to Facebook and Twitter!
  • By popular demand, more World Courts have been added to NBA CITIES. Take them over now before the competition becomes fierce!

3. ProCamera | $2.99 Version 4.0.1 of this photography app launched last night with bug fixes. The update also made pinch-to-zoom the default again, and the developer announced  capture format setting is now persistent.

4. IMO Messenger | Free Version 3.3.3 of this messaging app added OAuth sign-in for Google Talk and MSN, and the update increased photo upload speeds.

5. Jingu Friends | Free Version 1.3.0 is now live for the app that let’s folks find people to chat with on WhatsApp, Kik Messenger, Hookt, and LiveProfile. The full changelog highlighted the following new additions:

  • Tell others what you want to talk about in the all-new Topics area!
  • When chatting with someone, you can optionally send private messages.
  • You can now “like” a message that someone has posted.
  • Check out the latest messages and likes that you have received in the notification center in the menu.
  • Know how popular someone is by seeing how many people have viewed their profile, sent them a message, or liked their messages.
  • Don’t like someone? Block them, and you’ll never hear from them again!
  • Find new users more easily with age and gender filtering!

6. Kinotopic | Free Version 2.6 of this excellent GIF-making, Instagram-like app simply fixed a bug that occurred “when saving a gif offline where the reverse at end was not taken into account.”

7. Pic Stitch – Universal | Free Version 3.4 of this photography framing app launched yesterday with tons of new styles including five photo frames. The update also fixed a Facebook bug that limited albums and photos to 25, and it added improvements to Instagram export.

8.  Shuffler.fm – Universal | Free Version 2.2 of this radio app went live today with improved playback in background mode and a YouTube playback fix.

9.  iAssociate 2 HD | Free Version 1.3.2 of this word game includes the following change:

  • You now earn free hints for the level you are currently playing by returning to the game daily

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