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Glances are an integral part of the Apple Watch experience, but do you know how to add, remove, and reorder them? Here’s what you need to know
Taking a screenshot on an Apple Watch is reassuringly simple.
There, we said it. Good job, Microsoft.
This week's apps includes an offering that lets you fight parking tickets; there are also transit and photography apps, and much more.
Direct each car to its destination—and hope the latest jaunt doesn't ruin your grand plan.
If Apple does change iOS and OS X's system font to San Francisco to match the Apple Watch, the font itself is only half the story.
Could side-by-side apps, or even multiple views of the same app, be enough to shake the iPad line out of its recent sales slump?
A long-awaited feature is rumored to be on deck for WWDC.
A major overhaul is long overdue.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Roman Loyola and Caitlin McGarry to talk about those apps that deliver all kinds of goods and services to your door. Are they lifesavers, or are they ruining everything?
Even elementary-age school children can learn programming principles with these clever games and tools.
The Apple Watch can now be used to help you boost your love life. But which Watch dating app is right for you: Tinder, OkCupid or Match?
To reverse the iPad's downward sales trend, Apple needs to make the next version an absolute must-have.
Breezy puzzle mechanics meet gotta-catch-'em-all monster amassing in this international smash.
This week's roundup of apps includes one new calendar offering, Streamline, and one older one with a new twist, Sunrise. Plus, new and updated games, news, and productivity apps.
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