Don't-Miss App Stories
Cartoon Network's new game brings an optional physical element for sketching out elaborate custom levels.
This week's roundup includes a brand-new way for sighted folks to help the blind. Plus games, music, a bunch of app updates from Google, and more.
Origins may not be a reinvention for the series, but it’s sharp, fun to play, and interesting in just the right places.
Services like Cloud Phone, ZipZap, and Line2 let you manage a second business line on the device you're already using.
Never lose touch with your contacts using these handy apps and services.
In this week’s roundup of new Mac apps, you’ll find a few ways to keep focused and save your precious time for more useful activities—like solving math problems or watching videos online.
Apple Watch and Android Wear need amazing apps to be successful, and Quickie wants to be one of the first.
Group sacrifice is a noble fate in this lovably bleak oddball gem.
As you wish: The Princess Bride is now an interactive game on the iPhone and iPad. Plus apps for news, getting organized, and more
An app that has a stranger wake you up anonymously with a phone call? Yeah, no thanks.
Wakie wants you to ditch the alarm clock and wake up to a phone call from a stranger.
Google Translate now uses your iPhone's camera to translate text in real time, and also helps you with your conversational skills.
This week’s roundup of new Mac apps has a little something for everyone, from software that helps you sleep to software that helps you prevent your Mac from sleeping.
Spring is coming, and 9to5Mac has an intriguing glimpse of how we'll use our iPhones to manage and customize our Apple Watches.
The free app does a fine job of sending photos to your TV, but there are better options for video.