iOS 7 is finally here, and a lot of apps have been receiving their updates to sport a new UI that is up to speed with iOS 7’s design language. Below are a list of some of the more used, more major app updates.
Facebook’s update just went live, and as you can see, it goes to a tab view with the iOS 7 themed navigation bar and status bar combo. This update brings Facebook right in line with what you expect from iOS 7, and you can get it here: Facebook for iOS.
Twitter has of course gotten the update treatment as well, bring it into the world of iOS 7 with an all new iOS 7 inspired UI. All in all, it function much like the previous versions of the application, however it looks radically different. You can get this app here: Twitter for iOS.
Realmac Software, the developers of Clear, have gone a different path than just updating its apps for the new iOS 7. Instead, it has discontinued old version and is releasing entirely new version. This version of clear works with iOS 7, and looks great on it. Also, this will work on iPhone and iPad. Get the app here: Clear for iOS.
Flipboard’s app update is one of the first ones that has taken advantage of the new parallax effect in iOS 7. You can move it around, and the images will move with your motion. The update brings with it full iOS 7 support, and you can download it here: Flipboard.
The highly popular note syncing application, Evernote, received its iOS 7 update today, and it is a change for sure. The update looks to have been completely rethought to work perfectly on iOS 7. You can get the app now here: Evernote.
The Dropbox-owned email application, Mailbox, has received a fabulous iOS 7 update. It looks totally rethought, but at the same time keeps everything that made Mailbox popular in the first place. All the UI elements look much more iOS 7 inspired. Get the app here: Mailbox.
I’m not sure why the gloss shows up on the iTunes page, but you can rest assured that Twitterrific looks very iOS 7 inspired with its latest update. If you thought it looked like it belonged in iOS 7 before, you are in for a shock with how much better it looks now; and I didn’t think that was possible. Check out this update here: Twitterrific.
Chrome is the first of the Google apps to get remade for iOS 7. It can be assumed that other apps will be getting updated soon, but this is the first of many. The new app features a great design that fits closely with iOS 7. Get the app here: Chrome.
eBay has gotten an update to match the rest of iOS 7, and might I say I quite like it. The new look of the popular online shopping application fits right in line with what you’d expect from iOS 7, while also keeping that unique eBay look and feel. You can grab this here: eBay.
Camera+ is my go to camera application when I’m not just taking a quick snap here or there. I love the editing features that it brings to the table, and its iOS 7 update is beautiful. If you haven’t tried it out, now is a great time to try it out because it looks great on iOS 7. Get it here: Camera+.
My personal favorite for “read it later” applications, Pocket has received a beautiful iOS 7 inspired update. It still functions and acts just like the previous versions, but has a fresh coat of paint to match the just related iOS 7. Check out this app in the App Store here: Pocket.
Pandora Radio has received a new icon and UI to go along better with iOS 7, and it looks great. I wish it would have adopted the status bar/navigation bar combo as many other applications have, but it does not. You can get this app update here: Pandora Radio.
What do you think so far of iOS 7 and the app updates? Any favorites not mentioned here? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.