Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
Never say never when it comes to Apple trying to expand its services by releasing iMessage for Android.
Giving up an old cell phone number for a new one may seem harmless. But for Lyft customers, it can potentially expose their accounts to complete strangers.
If YouTube stardom is nothing but ticking timers and video ads, then count us out.
This week's roundup includes a game that helps you experience the fun of living on the edge of economic calamity. Fun, right?
Fox's cartoon heroes meet in this amusing, yet microtransaction-fueled concoction.
Pick your path through Gotham as both Batman and Bruce Wayne.
An iOS game takes players on a four-year journey into the heart of illness.
Dropbox for iOS improves on mobile productivity with a slew of new features.
This week's roundup includes a cool new offering from the iClassics team—an app featuring short stories of Jack London, complete with new illustrations and a soundtrack. Read on!
Another popular Facebook feature gets its own standalone app.
Instagram debuted Stories two months ago, and it's already proved to be a popular feature with its 500 million users.
Classic toys and a classic 16-bit template, albeit with some modern touches.
You can now draw and add emoji to your photos and videos on WhatsApp.
Apple Maps can now help you find out how to take the Amtrak train from Indianapolis to Chicago or Seattle to Vancouver, and many other destinations.
iOS 10 has brought apps to iMessage—this week's roundup features some of the new offerings.