VerbTeX (Windows, 1): * We just got the first LaTeX editor certified for the Windows 8 store. You can now create and manage your LaTeX projects and generate PDFs using the Local (stores all .tex files on your device) or Cloud (synchronizes your projects with Verbosus)
VerbTeX (Android, 3.4.0): * Performance Improvement in the editor (especially for new devices and very long texts; we rewrote the core of VerbTeX since some users complained about bad performance) * Minor bugfixes
News: We're currently working on syntax highlighting for all our iOS apps. Apple finally provided developers with an easy way to color and format text. Additional future features include support for box.com cloud storage as well as the possibility to tweak the editor appearance a little bit.
Anoc (Windows, 1+2): * The Octave (Matlab clone) editor was just released. It's now possible to perform mathematical calculations on Windows 8 devices as well as Android and iOS. Like the LaTeX editor it supports 2 modes: Local Mode (stores all .m files on your device) or Cloud (synchronizes your projects with Verbosus)
Verbosus offers free (web)services for the science community. Provided services include browser based LaTeX and Octave editors as well as editors for mobile devices like Android called VerbTeX and Anoc