The team behind the immensely popular iOS app called Path, has just released a new update to their application in the App Store for iOS devices while driving their iOS Path application version to 2.1, and with the addition of many notable features in the application. Path has just released the path 2.1 in the App Store, after the controversial update of the application with the removal of malicious code that allow application to upload the user’s contact on Path’s servers. The new Path 2.1 is come up with many new features to the core of their service, as they have integrated some of the other application’s data with the new range of their API.
Path has integrated the Nike+ GPS Running Stories, Music Match, Camera improvements and much more to their Path 2.1 iOS application. Path has integrated the Nike+ GPS Running Stories data in their application with the ability to ping user’s friends about the activity of the users on Nike+ GPS Running Stories, and let their friends to comment and share their views on the run of user with Nike+ GPS Running Stories. In addition to the Nike+ GPS Running Stories, the Path 2.1 offers the Music Match feature that allow users to identify and share the current playing music track on the social sharing website networks like the Facebook, and Twitter.
The Path 2.1 is also come up with the improvements to the core of the application, and the new improvements to the camera application of the Path that allows you to take images in-side the application, and now the application is capable of “Focus & Exposure” settings in the in-App camera application of the iOS. Moreover they have introduced a new feature in the camera application called “Pow!” – the feature allows users to bring some comic book effects to the images taken with new Path 2.1.
The new Path 2.1 is available in the App Store to download, if you have already installed the application on your device than simply check out your iOS App Store for the installed applications updates, but if you have not installed the application on your device, then go to iOS App Store on the iPhone and look for “Path” to download & install the application on your iPhone.