App Updates: CBC News, Evernote,

A few notable app updates have hit the App Store. Some that caught my eye include CBC News, Evernote, and

CBC News was released for the iPhone to coincide with the revamp of the CBC News website. The initial release was plagued by crashes, but that appears to be solved in the latest update.

What’s New In Version 1.0.2
Bug fixes:
– fix for weather issue that was causing a crash on start up for some users
– fix slow loading at startup causing application to be terminated

Evernote has just released it biggest update ever for the iPhone. It’s crazy that Evernote is still free. Here’s what new:

What’s New In Version 4.0

Our biggest iPhone and iPod Touch interface update ever

New ways to see your notes
– Snippet view: Intelligent note list view shows you more useful content
– Image view: Browse all the image contained in your notes
– Attachment view: Browse through files attached to your notes

Creating notes is faster and easier
– Attach multiple images and recordings to a single note
– Record 90 minutes long audio notes
– Add text and snapshots to a note while recording
– View and modify location data

Find your notes
– View notes in specific notebooks
– Find notes by tag
– New Search screen with quick access to Saved Searches

Major speed improvements and bug fixes. Stacks, shared notebooks and a major iPad update coming…, which became “official” in Canada a while back received another update for the iPhone. Here’s what’s new:

What’s New In Version 1.9.34


+ Banks are now sorting properly in account settings.
+ Account status bar highlights when you click it.
+ Progress indicator added for saving transaction edits so it doesn’t seem like the app is frozen.

Bug fixes
+ Transaction tags no longer display as numeric codes.
+ Fixed horrendous spelling errors in error message pop-up.

What are some updates you’ve been happy to see in the App Store this week?

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