Two popular apps will be shutting down at the end of the month, Bump and Flock. Bump and Flock allowed for the sharing of photos or contact information by bumping iPhones or smartphones to each other. It also worked for transferring files to computers.
AOL announced that it will kill Winamp music playing software on December 20. There are also reports from insiders who reported that AOL is in negotiations with Microsoft to buy the app and the Shoutcast media streaming service.
Winamp is currently used by millions of people worldwide tand generates about $6 million in revenue for AOL annually. If you download it now, you can still use the program after it is shut down.
Winamp for Android offered wireless sync and the ability to move your iTunes library to Android.
The NissanConnect Apps service powered by Airbiquity’s Smartphone integration and the Choreo private platform is demonstrated at the Los Angeles Auto Show on a Nissan Rogue. The demonstration is by Scott Frank, Vice President of Marketing Airbiquity. The in-dashboard apps include Google search, iHeart Radio, Facebook and Pandora. Twitter will be coming in the future.
Waze has launched a Windows Phone app. It crowd-sourced real-time traffic data that alerts about accidents, road closings and sends data to the cloud. Users report police, accidents, cheapest gas prices and other data.
BBM for iPhone/iOS Improvements
There's better right-to-left language support. The app now works on iPods and iPads iOS6/7. You have more pin code sharing options.