Version 1.3 of the TED iPad app went live this afternoon, adding a much-requested feature: AirPlay support, so you can wirelessly stream content from the TED iPad app over to an Apple TV. We’d also love to point out a few updates we did in version 1.2 in response to user requests — adding email, Twitter and Facebook sharing of your favorite talks, and removing the limit on Saved Talks. We’ve got some other features in the works, and we’d love to hear your suggestions — either by emailing email@example.com or commenting below.
For those of you who depend on your iPad, Android or iPhone for your daily dose of TED, get ready to hit the update button. To make your on-the-go TED experience that much more thought inspiring, we’ve made some wonderful updates to our apps. Android owners, here’s what’s new for you with version 1.1 For […]
Via TED Curator Chris Anderson’s personal blog: After a couple of weeks in beta, the new TED Books app launched today on iPad and iPhone and I’m incredibly excited about it. Here’s why. 1. It brings together all of our authors in one irresistible package. 16 current titles with new ones to be released every […]