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Adobe is shutting off the free tier and going all-in on the Creative Cloud Photography plan.
Uber's new Business Profiles let users pay with a separate credit card and generate expense reports.
You can still use apps to edit photos and share them to Instagram, but the company is being more selective about which apps have access.
In this week's roundup of new Mac apps, we bring you tools that help you organize your desktop, keep your data safe, and safely manage and share all of your photos.
Your queries to Google search can now use more complex phrases, superlatives, and time-specific references.
Need to get things done? You'll need a task manager to organize all of your to-dos. Here's our list of favorites.
Recent changes to the App Store's search algorithm means more relevant results, TechCrunch reports.
This week's roundup features apps that are built for the wide expanses of the iPad Pro. Read on!
Sources claim that iMessage might be the platform Apple uses to bring peer-to-peer money transfer to iOS.
Thanks to a partnership with Songkick, Spotify listeners will now know whenever their favorite bands are coming to town.
The app is available for all, but has particular perks for subscribers to YouTube Red, Google's $10 per month video and music package.
Facebook Notify is either brilliantly efficient or your worst nightmare.
Another podcast app maker switches from in-app purchase to patronage, this time before a major update.
Games and cord-cutting apps? How predictable. Here are our favorite apps for the new Apple TV from the… more innovative corners of the App Store.
Looking for a store that takes Apple Pay? The Pay Finders app will show them to you on a map.