Don't-Miss Web App Stories
Three popular creative apps join a new Web app under the Adobe Spark family.
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone takes a second shot with Jelly, which he described as a failure in its first iteration.
Call it one-stop shopping. Project Madeira is aimed at all the businesses that can't afford enterprise-class applications, offering scaled-down versions within Outlook.
The new developer version of Safari comes with iCloud support and feedback integration.
Here's how to turn off Twitter's new algorithmic feed that shows the "best tweets first."
Side-by-side web browsing is a reality for late-model iPads, but Sidefari lacks most of the niceties of the full Mobile Safari.
Saves internet articles for later reading in a clean, clutter-free environment from any iOS device.
A reader has defunct devices and ones he doesn't own, but they linger like ghosts in Text Forwarding.
Rebuilt from the ground up, NetNewsWire 4 keeps RSS feeds alive with distraction-free news readers for Mac and iPhone, and a new sync service to tie them together. But we want more.
Trying to print a web page and keep the links working? Use Safari or a Chrome extension.
Portal pages at public Wi-Fi hotspots can ruin your tiny bookmark and other icons.
Locking up image files might help protect privacy, but would have serious side effects on fair use.
The decision by Eyeo, owner of the Adblock Plus browser extensions and mobile browser apps, to hand control of its acceptable ads program to an independent board has prompted the developer of another adblocker to join the program -- and sell his company.