Don't-Miss iOS Stories
A mobile app developer had a tough time figuring out why Apple was rejecting its app until it found the XcodeGhost malware hidden in an unlikely place.
Emoji are adorable, but a better search tool on iOS would make them even more fun to use. (Insert emoji-unicorn here).
Google's Keep app for iOS got a bit more competitive with other apps like Evernote thanks to new features the company added Thursday.
You don't have to dig through your email any more to find sharing requests and collaboration invites with Drive for Android and iOS.
Hivemapper takes the video signal from your drone and superimposes onto it details of buildings and points of interest nearby. And if you get too close to those buildings, it also serves up a warning that you might be about to hit them.
Apple is facing growing challenges keeping suspicious mobile applications out of its App Store marketplace.
A team of security researchers may have found a way to remotely penetrate the defenses of Apple's latest mobile OS, making them eligible for a $1 million reward.
The iPad Pro was built with serious productivity in mind. Meet the most powerful iOS device ever.
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iPhone sales could keep growing because of people jumping ship from Android.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey kicked off the company's developer conference, announcing several new mobile products and features.
Apple Watch owners can also get new emoji characters by upgrading to watchOS 2.0.1.
iPhone users are now able to read "thousands of new articles" right from the Facebook app.
Ultimate Ears is embracing the social aspect of listening to music with a new app feature that lets up to 3 devices connect to its line of UE Bluetooth speakers.
Apple is the better choice if you value your privacy. So, of course we have to talk about how that's a problem.
Apple is slowly adding public transportation directions to its Maps app. Next up: Sydney, Australia.