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iOS: Tweetbot is our favourite Twitter app on the iPhone. Today it updated with a few new features, including a new night mode and better account switching.
Web/Android/iOS: Springpad added some new features today, including notebook templates that give you a head start with specific lists for collections or anything else you need to organise. Springpad has also unveiled specific templates to help organise gift shopping, meal planning and movies.
Last week’s local launch of the Kindle Fire means updates to Amazon’s Android-based Fire OS are finally of interest to Australians. Version 3.1 includes some consumer-centric updates such as integration with the Amazon-owned GoodReaders boom enthusiast community, but also incorporates a number of enterprise-centric enhancements designed to make the Fire a potential contender in the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) field.
Android: Dolphin Browser — our pick for best browser on Android — has updated and added the ability to customise the browser’s design. The latest version also returns the browser’s “night mode” and adds a master password feature.
iOS: Fantastical is our favourite calendar app for the iPhone. Today it has received an update that adds a heap of new features, including better notifications and integration with your dialler.