App of the week: iMovie for iOS


If you require simple editing of movie on your iOS devices, Apple’s iMovie is among the best video editing apps available. iMovie for iOS runs on iPad 2, iPhone 4 and 4th generation iPod touch and is a universal app at $4.99. iMovie for iOS has theming, sound effects and allows you easily share your movie to YouTube, FaceBook and Vimeo.

iMovie on iTunes App Store

iMovie 9.0.2

Apple has pushed a new minor release of iMovie 9.0.2. This update “improves overall stability and fixes an issue that could cause audio playback to be out of sync.”

This is the second minor release of iMovie ’11 within a month. Apple released iMovie 9.0.1 on January 4, 2011.

We have updated our AppleDB to reflect the changes.

iMovie 9.0.2

First iPhone 4 Only App Arrives

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iMovie for iPhone is now on the App Store, few hours before the launch of iPhone 4. At $4.99, it is the first app that specifically requires the horse power of iPhone 4 hardware.

If you are the lucky one who has an iPhone 4 with you, check out the support documents for iMovie for iPhone 4:

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Apple Updates iLife ’08 Applications


Apple today released updates to its iLife ’08 applications iWeb, iMovie and iPhoto.

The updates can be obtained via Software Update on your Mac OS X, or download from Apple’s website:

iLife Support provides system software components shared by all iLife ’08 applications. In general, the updates “address general compatibility issues, improve overall stability and address a number of other minor issues” according to Apple. iPhoto 7.1.4 updates contains new holiday greeting card and postcard themes for use with Apple print products.

This updates also replace all references of .Mac in iLife applications to MobileMe.