Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Vurb pulls in info from your other apps, so you can stop manically switching back and forth between apps to find what you want.
Whether you need to send a fax, receive a fax, or even have your own fax number, your iPhone and iPad is the only machine you need.
In Glenn Fleishman's first episode hosting the Macworld Podcast, we freak out about malware and geek out about Apple Pay.
This week's roundup includes two new devices that became real thanks to crowdfunding by Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Plus batteries, stands, and Bluetooth speakers.
Put your John Hancock on that PDF.
Adonit's first app lets you sketch, iterate, outline, mind-map, and then step back and see the big picture, just like a wall or a whiteboard.
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Great presentation, solid combat, and a strong license combine to create a rather enjoyable freebie.
This week's roundup of apps includes an offering to turn your iPad into a Mac-compatible "professional grade graphics tablet." Plus, games, video, and more.
If you're not afraid of the dark, Dark Echo will fix that. You'll rely on the soundtrack to navigate through this minimalist horror game.
Simple swipes and tap-and-hold gestures can speed up your Safari browsing, especially if you're trying to use your iPhone one-handed.
See a great font in a logo, on a sign, on the Web, in a book? Finding its name is easier than you might think.
Do Notes, Do Camera, and Do Button offer one-tap access to your favorite IFTTT recipes.
If your Camera Roll is a hot mess, try using a photo organizing app (or two... or three) to help you weed out the bad seeds.
Come on, you don't need that old iMessage screenshot anymore, do you? Screeny will help you sniff out the trash.
With an emphasis on performance, and customized Photoshop controls, Astropad could be a starving artist's Cintiq stand-in.