This week a lot of popular iPhone and iPad apps got huge, long-awaited updates.
We also saw the release of the excellent LinkedIn iPad app.
Keep reading to see those and our other picks for the best iPhone and iPad apps of the week.
LinkedIn finally has an iPad app
LinkedIn released its first iPad app this week. The most important new feature is a calendar widget that pulls in appointments from your iPad's calendar. If you have a person's name listed in the calendar appointment, the app automatically pulls in his or her LinkedIn profile. It's a good way to prepare if you're about to do business with someone new.
LinkedIn's iPhone app also received an update with the calendar feature.
Twitter added some big improvements to its official app this week, including better search, push notifications, and some much-needed changes to the "Discover" tab. Now the Discover tab shows you which tweets have been retweeted or favorited by other users. The Android version of Twitter also received the update.