Don't-Miss iOS Stories
Fans of platformers who have grown tired of making their character jump, shoot, and run through obstacles may enjoy this game’s feeling of weightlessness and frightening abandon.
The new OS X Photos app might tempt you into paying for more iCloud storage, but it's not necessarily the best deal in town.
Michael Simon can't wait to see Apple bring Watch-first features like force taps and Digital Touch to the iPhone.
With real-time game updates from amateur leagues, GameChanger helps players track their progress—and allows parents to follow along when they miss their kid's game.
Action buttons are ready when you want to share, print, save, or otherwise interact with something in iOS.
New features include customizable playlist images, a mini-player for quickly controlling playback, and a global search function.
If all you're doing is stashing logins and passwords in 1Password, you're not coming close to using all its abilities.
Tired of turn-based word games? This slick, speedy freebie is tense and satisfying.
This week's roundup includes an app for a service known as "Netflix for pirates." Don't worry: We've got legit stuff, too.
Why do your friends’ selfies look so #flawless? Because they’re using these apps.
Popcorn Time is "available" for iOS, but you won't find it in the App Store. In fact, you need Windows to install it on your iPhone or iPad..and that's just the beginning.
iOS 8.3 is mostly about bug fixes, but the big change is the redesigned emoji keyboard.
Acrobat and the new Document Cloud service go far beyond what other PDF utilities do, but you now have to pay a subscription for the best features.
The payments platform operated by major US retailers is testing Bluetooth and barcode technologies.
It's simple in scope, but there's a lot of enjoyable action for fans of the action flick franchise.