Don't-Miss App Stories
People have been calling Flic the Tinder of photo apps, and that’s the perfect description: Use gestures to quickly clear out your Camera Roll and keep only the photos that matter.
This pretty, plot-driven side-scroller is free, so what are you waiting for?
WatchKit will be available just a few months before the Apple Watch ships (early 2015). If it's anything like the other dev kits Apple's released this year, it will feature significantly more connectivity.
Instead of using a tuning fork or another already-tuned instrument, try one of these apps.
Never lose touch with your contacts using these handy apps and services.
In this week’s roundup of new Mac Apps, we bring you a way to skip terrible music, find out where your day goes, and make the most of your breaks.
Zynga's word-battling sensation is reborn with solo play and Tinder-like matching to try to bring back lapsed fans.
Sharing content, brushes, and color palettes between Adobe apps has never been easier, and Creative Cloud's newest mobile apps let you fill your Libraries with inspiration from anywhere.
This game offers hours upon hours of cases to solve, with plenty of weird twists and challenging puzzles.
Instead of having each photo laid out in a uniform grid, photos with the most likes are highlighted and displayed a bit larger.
Foursquare's Swarm update now lets you check-in through its Notification Center widget for iOS 8.
Gaming nostalgia is always popular on iOS — can a new Gameboy-style game generate the same enthusiasm as its 8-bit cousins?
With Superhero Workout out now and another new fitness game on the horizon, Six to Start shares its process and philosophy.
This fitness game has you complete high-intensity reps in order to save the world.
Wargaming discusses how the free-to-play favorite scaled down for iOS without losing the fun in the process.