As you might imagine, I\u2019m an Apple news junkie. Since I write this blog I need to stay up to date with what\u2019s happening in the world of Apple. And one of the ways I do this is to use the MacHash news app on my iPhone 6s and iPad Pro.\nMacHash comes bundled with all of the best Apple news sites and blogs built right into it. So it\u2019s easy and fast to hop around from site to site and get all of the latest news about Apple and it\u2019s products.\nMacHash 6.0 adds some great new features and changes\nVersion 6.0 of MacHash was recently released in the iOS app store, and I immediately updated the app on my iPhone. My first reaction to the new version was simply this: wow! It's like the MacHash developer read my mind in terms of what I wanted and then delivered everything in one update.\nMacHash 6.0 has some terrific stuff in it, here\u2019s the official description from the iOS App Store:\n\nMacHash v6.0 has dropped\nEnjoy a totally overhauled MacHash experience with our biggest release ever. A redesigned interface, new night mode, 3D Touch and many more exciting features coming at you right now in this update.\nHighlights:\nNew tab based design and dynamic layout\niOS 9 Slide over multitasking support\nNight mode dark visual theme\nDynamic Type support for adjusting the font size in Settings\nNow using the San Francisco typeface\nSupport for 3D Touch Pop & Peek and App Icon shortcuts\nHuge performance improvements & battery optimizations\nNew browser options with Safari View Controller as the default browser\nAll new optional in app browser (Utilizing WKWebView for speed improvements)\nOption to open links in Safari by default for Ad Removal users\nAutomatic Safari Reader mode preference\niPad Pro support\n&& tons more\nThe app was totally redeveloped to take advantage of the latest software enhancements. The update also includes many long requested user requested features. This one has been cooking for some time so thanks for reading. If you\u2019re still with me here, please take a quick moment to support MacHash and leave us a quick star rating or review in the AppStore.\n \nHere's a shot of some recent news in MacHash 6.0 on my iPhone 6s Plus.\n\n \nMacHash 6.0 comes with an awesome list of all the best Apple news sites and blogs. Just about everything you need to stay up to date with Apple news is already in the app.\n\n \nYou can change your browser settings, filter your news sites, and adjust various other things in the MacHash settings screen.\n\nGet MacHash in the iOS App Store\n\nAs you can tell from the list of new stuff, this is a huge update to MacHash. It\u2019s almost too good to be true. As an Apple news junkie that loves MacHash, I did a double-take when I saw the list of features in the update description on my iPhone.\nI love that the app is now supporting Peek & Pop and app icon shortcuts. I also really like the ability to have the app default to opening links in Safari. Night mode is also a very welcome addition to MacHash's feature set. I'll be using that a lot since I like to browse news while I'm laying on the couch at night.\nI haven\u2019t had a chance to update MacHash on my iPad Pro yet, but I\u2019ll be doing that shortly. I\u2019m very glad to see that the app now fully supports the iPad Pro.\nMacHash is free with ads, but it\u2019s worth $3.99 to get rid of them\nThose of you who are new to MacHash might not know that it\u2019s actually a free, ad-supported app. But for $3.99 you can get rid of the ads altogether.\nIt took me all of about half a second to pay the $3.99 to remove the ads. Frankly, I would have paid $3.99 outright for the app. Yeah, it\u2019s that useful to me and makes tracking so many Apple news sites so easy and fast.\nDefinitely check out MacHash 6.0 in the iOS App Store\nSo far I\u2019m loving MacHash 6.0. This version of the app is the best one yet. MacHash 6.0 just makes me appreciate even more the convenient access to news about Apple provided in a single app.\nThe only problem I had with it was that I couldn\u2019t find the font settings to make fonts larger. Then I realized that it now uses whatever font size you have set up in Larger Text in Accessibility in the Settings app. Once I realized that, I had no problems adjusting the font size for my aging eyeballs.\nSo if you\u2019re an Apple news junkie, be sure to download MacHash 6.0 from the App Store.\nDid you miss a post? Check the Eye On Apple home page to get caught up with the latest news, discussions and rumors about Apple.