Don't-Miss iOS Stories
There are new collections from National Geographic Kids, Amy Poehler's Smart Girls, and Kid president for you and the children to enjoy.
Google's app falls short when it comes to putting directions on your wrist.
Apple Watches are full of complications—in the best sense of the word. Really. We'll show you two apps featuring new complications, plus more from the iOS world. Read on!
If you thought the iOS 9 content-blocking controversy was dying down, you thought wrong.
The latest project from Microsoft's Garage division is an app that helps users better schedule meetings.
Apple has identified 25 iOS apps on its stores that used a rogue version of its Xcode development tool.
Turn-based and with an eye-catching aesthetic, it's a smart adaptation of the console favorite.
Remember when you just pressed Play on your iPhone or iPad to start listening to music? Now, you have a trio of playback options: Find out what happens when you tap Play Next, Add to Up Next, and more.
Apple is issuing across-the-board refunds, according to Peace's developer Marco Arment.
Apple's walled garden breached after developers take code shortcut.
Pac meets Crossy Road with a multifaceted free-to-play model in the middle.
While you may hesitate to download a game that is seemingly a shallow exercise in pruning tree branches, Prune will actually be the most refreshing puzzle game you’ll play all month.
App developers are starting to update their apps to take advantage of iOS 9's new features—like multitasking on the iPad, Spotlight search, and support for 3D Touch on the upcoming iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Here are some of the coolest ones.
The $3 app used Ghostery's database to allow users to block ads in Mobile Safari, but Arment didn't "feel good" about it after the fact. Here's how to get a refund.
iOS 9 brings Safari filters that can block ads, trackers, video, popups, and more. Here's how to choose a content blocker and set it up.