Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
It's not malware, but the long-popular Chinese app's U.S. breakout moment was marred by a lack of disclosure and leftover code. Its maker promises to improve.
However, security experts claim that the threat is 'remote' and 'limited in scope,' and call for a retraction by The Guardian.
A cult favorite role-player is Nintendo's next iOS release—with big changes in tow.
You can now share projects between Apple's two music editing apps.
Rovio's latest entry continues the trend of adequate, uninspiring spinoffs.
Apple also increased app prices in India, Turkey, Romania and Russia.
The popular note-taking app slims down and speeds up to make you more productive.
Command a crew of robot space pirates in this gripping, strategic combat affair.
When the dog days of winter have set in, what to do? How about distract yourself with a good iOS game. This week's roundup is chock full of them.
An appeals court has ruled that Apple must face antitrust charges in a lawsuit that alleges that the company monopolized the market for iPhone apps.
The experimental musician says of his new app: "I wanted also that this music would unfold differently all the time—‘like sitting by a river.’"
Citing Chinese regulations, Apple has removed the newspaper's iOS apps in mainland China.
This week's roundup includes an app that will let you put away the selfie stick forever. Read on!
Get lost in this beautiful narrative adventure—and then do it all over again.
Users will be able to scroll around live 360-degree video, but only select users can post it for now.