Apps & updates: Pixelmator 2.1, Adobe Reader, Sony Music Unlimited, Evernote, more
Pixelmator 2.1: We get a quick look today at some new features coming to Pixelmator 2.1 in a new video focusing on the Vintage Effect (via TheLoop). The upcoming app will also include Retina support and a ton of new features, some of which the developer has highlighted in a blog post.
Adobe Reader version 10.3: Adobe updated its free Reader iOS app today with a number of new features that are listed below:
• Add text to your PDFs with the Add Text tool
• Use forms that have Field Validation, Calculation, and Formatting
• Organize and manage your documents in Reader’s improved file organizer. Create folders, copy, move, rename, and delete files.
• Help us make Reader better by optionally sharing anonymous usage data with us
• Look up definitions with our new Dictionary Support (requires iOS 5 or later)
• Fixed several bugs and performance issues
Music Unlimited version 1.1: Sony’s Music Unlimited streaming app was also updated today, adding a number of enhancements including the ability to delete login information and fixes to several commonly reported issues.
Facebook Pages Manager version 1.2: Included in version 1.2 of Facebook’s standalone Pages manager app is the ability to upload photos to your Page’s albums, view photos attached to messages, and the app is now available in a total of 11 languages.
PayPal Here version 1.2: While noting it is aware of an issue with the display of refunded transactions, PayPal updated its PayPal Here app for accepting credit card and PayPal payments on the iPhone. Improvements in the update include longer time allowed between login, multiuser support (setup on paypal.com), improved Star printer, AirPrint, HP ePrint support, and a number of other new features and fixes.
Evernote for Mac version 3.2: Evernote announced in a blog post that it is releasing an updated version of its Mac client today that includes Retina support for the new MacBook Pros, a new Activity Stream feature, faster sharing, and “more reliable sync.” The update is currently only available through the developer’s site, but Mac App Store users can follow these instructions to complete the update.
1Password version 3.9.6: 1Password’s Mac App Store app was updated with two important features including support for high-resolution MacBook Pro Retina displays and support for the Chrome Web Store 1Password extension.