Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Did you get a new iPhone or iPad for the holidays? Here are some of our favorite apps for getting started with your new device. Games, video, productivity, and reading: We've got it all.
Wonderfully addictive while lacking freemium frustrations, it's an excellent game that costs exactly nothing.
Your kids are bored—these fun-yet-educational apps will keep them busy.
Free doesn't have to be frustrating—these games are pretty great, after all.
Start some new -- or supplement some old -- holiday traditions with these festive apps.
Let’s look back on an amazing year of iPhone and iPad games well worth playing.
A flight tracker is a handy tool to keep in your app toolbox. Here are our picks for managing travel, handling airport pick-up duty, and for budding aviation enthusiasts.
This shameless Pokémon clone is a well-made, enjoyable adventure game.
Some of the biggest names in the computer industry have new or fresh iOS apps available this week. Read on!
The $15 iOS app, Duet Display, allows you to use your iPad as an external display. Thanks to its wire requirement, that display is actually responsive.
The best iOS apps of the year made us happier, healthier, and more productive.
Apple now supports the cards that account for 90 percent of all U.S. credit card transactions. But will more people start using the new payment solution?
With a style and simplicity all its own, Workflow brings desktop-level automation to the iPhone and iPad.
The ability to pass calls from an iPhone to another iOS device or Mac is great, unless dozens of devices start ringing. Chris Breen explains how to be choosier.
Don't let this game's super-adorable protagonist fool you into thinking it will be an easy win.