The BBC has launched a new standalone iPlayer Radio app for iPhone, iPad and desktop that grants users access to live audio streams of all of the BBC's radio stations, as well as on-demand archive content.
In a bid to tackle the proliferation of illegal streaming of the English Premier League, Sky has released its Sky Sports TV app for Android. Like its current iPhone counterpart, it's subscription-based and designed for viewers who do not have a traditional subscription with Sky but want to enjoy sports coverage on mobile.
Facebook is increasingly being used solely as a photo sharing service by a lot of its users and today Facebook has somewhat proved this to be true by releasing a standalone photo sharing app known as Camera.
500px has today shored-up its mobile offerings by introducing its first ever Android app. The app is both tablet and phone friendly, and brings the same elegance we've come to expect of 500px to the Android community.
Over one million Irish adults, or 42% of the Irish online population, have used RTÉ Player, that's according to the broadcaster. The player was made available on the iPhone, iPod and iPad in December last year and has been downloaded over 200,000 times.
Android's app store, the Android Market, has exceeded 10 billion app downloads and to celebrate has kicked-off a generous 10-day sale. The sale, which started yesterday, will feature a new selection of apps available each day for just 10 cents each for the duration of the sale.
Voxer, a relatively new mobile app that lets you turn your iPhone or Android into a walkie-talkie has been gaining traction over the last few days, rocketing in popularity on the App Store and Android Market.
A new mobile app, Shoebox, lets you scan and archive old photographs using your phone's built-in camera. The app has been released by 1000memories, a service that allows users to collect and share memories online.