inRoute, the Intelligent Route Planner for the iPhone, has been redesigned for the iPad and is available today! As a Universal app for the iPad and iPhone, any purchases made from the iPhone after our v1.0 release will also be available for free from the iPad. We’ve also made several refinements to the app’s interface (and squashed some bugs), so head on over to the App Store to get the update.
BMW Motorcycle Magazine has been updated to take better advantage of the additional screen space available on the iPhone 5 (tallboy). Also new in this update: more reliable automatic downloading of new issues for digital subscribers, page sharing via Twitter and Facebook use the native iOS look and system integration, and minor interface fixes have been made, particularly for iOS 6. Read all the details and grab a copy from the App Store, or update using the App Store app on your device.
BMW Motorcycle Magazine has been updated to better support the new 3rd generation iPad Retina display. All issues going back to Spring 2010 have been reproduced specifically for the new iPad’s high resolution “Retina” display, while maintaining the previous resolution for other iOS devices. This update’s not all about the new iPad though; there’s quite a few user interface improvements to the app as well. Read all the details and grab a copy from the App Store, or update using the App Store app on your device. If you enjoy the app please consider rating and/or writing a review in iTunes, here.
A major update to BMW Motorcycle Magazine hit the App Store today. BMW Motorcycle Magazine is now a universal app, available on any and all of your iOS devices, including the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Bookmarks, the pages you’ve read, and the app’s settings even sync across devices adding a new dimension of mobility to reading the magazine.
BMW Motorcycle Magazine for iPad has been updated to take advantage of Apple’s latest release. Featuring Newsstand, iOS5 allows you to view all your magazine and newspaper subscriptions from your Newsstand on the home screen (see photo above). New releases in your subscription of BMW Motorcycle Magazine automatically download in the background without any interaction with the app required.
Among the 200 new features, iOS 5 brings a single sign-on for Twitter, so now you can login once and send tweets from Safari, Maps, Photos, and now BMW Motorcycle Magazine.
And finally, the new iOS5 Notification Center keeps your push notifications organized in a drawer that slides out with a swipe of the finger from the top status bar. BMW Motorcycle Magazine will notify you of new issue downloads, or special BMW news items (optional in Settings). New notifications appear briefly at the top of your screen without interrupting what you’re doing, or in your lock screen.