The Best Updates To Our Favourite Third-Party iOS Apps

The Best Updates To Our Favourite Third-Party iOS Apps
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iOS: You might not want to upgrade to iOS 11 just yet, but you should update these top-shelf iOS apps.

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And on iOS 11 only:

In general on iOS 11, many apps are adding drag-and-drop support for iPad, and some file support on iPhone.

The iOS app store has actually lost some functionality: The update list no longer includes version numbers, and the “minimalist” design makes it harder to read. Plus you can no longer buy mobile apps from your iTunes desktop app. What the hell, Apple?