People who don't consider themselves techies are big fans of the Apple Watch.
Maybe algorithms know you better than humans after all.
The latest from the Where's My Water? maker has a breezy free-to-play model and solidly distinctive puzzle play.
Turns average photos into colorful, high-quality collages that can be printed or shared with ease.
A host of apps related to parking make the typically awful business of getting rid of your car temporarily into an option that's easier and frequently cheaper or at least with predictable price.
After delivering so many products that do such great things, it can be strange to have a product that excels at doing so little. And that's what makes the Apple Watch so great.
This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features classic cases from Incipio and Brydge, versatile options from Case Logic and Devicewear, and a heavy-duty sleeve from Thule.
If you only look at certain evidence and ignore other, better, evidence, it's clear the Apple Watch is a flop.
An Adventure mode with new 3D stages is just icing on the cake for this awesome series return to iOS.
We're back with more answers to a seemingly endless number of Photos questions, including deleting, syncing, and organizing albums.
It's a foodie's dream in this week's roundup—we have apps that show you how to prepare food, make reservations, and even split the bill at your favorite restaurant. Yum!
Apple's minimalist audio player is one of the best iPods the company has made.
Google's email app now looks at message content to predict just the right time to pop messages back into your inbox.