Skype for iPhone version 4.1.2: The Skype iOS app finally gets official support for the iPhone 5’s taller display this morning:

-Support for iPhone 5 display.
-Bug fixes.

Adobe Photoshop Express version 2.6: A nice update for Adobe’s Photoshop Express iOS app brings new sharing and editing features including the ability to “tap to eliminate red-eye” and and make more precise edits with numerical values:

• Easily tag faces while sharing photos to Facebook.
• Share photos more quickly with updated sharing screens.
• Simply tap to eliminate red-eye.
• Make more precise edits now that adjustment sliders display numerical values.
• View animated Help content to get up and running quickly.
• Use the app on the latest Apple devices thanks to support for iOS6.
• Count on bug fixes, performance boosts, and in-app notifications for greater speed and ease-of-use

Overgram: Creators of the Over iPhone app for adding creative typography to photos and sharing them on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr & Instagram is out today with a free version of the app called Overgram. The free version provides 10 of the 225 fonts found in the paid Over version.

In only a few seconds you can add captions, quotes, jokes, memes, poems or anything else you can think of to a photo… STUNNING FONTS: We ♥ typography! We carefully selected 10 amazing fonts that will make your photos beautiful and engaging.

TiVo version 2.1: Official iPhone 5 support and performance improvements for the TiVo iOS app:

·iPhone 5 Support is here!
·TiVo Stream connectivity improvements
·Fixed rotation issues introduced by iOS6
·General Bug Fixes

Spotify version 0.5.9:

• Fixed: Stability and speed improvements.
• Fixed: Handling of playlist folders improved.

GrubHub version 2.70:

We’ve added Track Your Grub functionality to select restaurants, and, well…it is what it sounds like – we let you know where your food is, from the minute the restaurant gets to work on your order until it’s headed to your door. For some restaurants, you’re even able to chart your delivery on a map as it sails towards your location in real-time. Whoa…Oh, and we now play nice with your new iPhone 5. Because really, who doesn’t want an extra half-inch of search results?

eBay version 2.6.3:

– iPhone 5 support (Tallboy)
– Bug fixes and improved support for iOS 6
*iOS 4.3 is required for this update

WatchESPN version 1.6.5:

* iPhone 5 & iOS 6 support. WatchESPN has been updated to take advantage of the iPhone 5’s larger screen.
* Bug fixes & optimizations

Elements version 2.6:

* [NEW] Elements now uses the Dropbox 1.0 API. Please update to this release by December 1 to ensure the application will continue working with Dropbox.
* [NEW] Refreshed file browser user interface.
* [NEW] Added item count to file list toolbar.
* [NEW] Elements will now remember what file or directory you were last viewing.

Call of Duty Elite version 2.0.0:

All-new iPad experience
Call of Duty®: Black Ops II support for the following features:
– Career Summary Stats
– Recent Matches
– Custom Class Editor
– Challenge Tracker
Clan HQ – Search for and apply to Clans, check out recent activity or set a new Message of the Day
Call of Duty® Elite TV – Live Streaming, Call of Duty®: Black Ops II Multiplayer Guides, Staff Picks and much more



Adobe Photoshop Elements half off ($49.99) in box or download

AirParrot $7.99 | (was $9.99)

Reflection $11.99 | (was $14.99)

FREE Appy Fridays Bundle worth $90

As always, we’ll update this list as more notable apps, updates, and deals hit the App Store…

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