Streamweaver is a nice way to add some collaborative style to moments you’re already sharing with friends.
Givit's video-editing capabilities make it easy to share somewhat polished video creations with friends and family.
Vyclone is a nice little collaborative video-making app for iPhone, but you have almost zero control over who you collaborate with, which makes it an interesting social experience.
If you are a lover of slow-cooked foods, then this week's roundup of iOS apps includes what must surely be the best app ever created.
Better late than never: Rolling Stone launched on the iPad, Thursday, more than a year after the magazine’s publisher promised the magazine’s tablet version would be forthcoming.
Write 2 HD is a solid offering: it gives users basic note taking and text-creation options, but it offers better-than-average security and multi-device use.
Now, nearly all AT&T customers using FaceTime-capable iOS devices can complete their video calls over that company's cellular network.
It's time for our third (and final) roundup of CES-discovered accessories for your iOS gear. This one includes new ways to charge your iOS devices, wirelessly play your music from them, or even adapt them into battle tanks.
Apple, which has anticipated this moment for so long, still doesn’t seem quite ready for it.
This week's roundup of iOS apps features offerings to show you where to go, what to look at when you get there, and how to share the best photos of those places with your friends.
The annual Consumer Electronics show brings us so many iOS accessories that we're doing multiple roundups this week. Here's the second.
Apple has reduced the cost of its 2-meter Thunderbolt cable from $49 to $39 and unveiled a new, shorter, half-meter model.
Yes, the iPhone is officially coming to T-Mobile USA. But the device will probably be much pricier, at least upfront, than it is at other wireless carriers.
The list of new iOS accessories is especially long this week, thanks to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Here's the first of multiple roundups.
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