Don't-Miss iOS Stories
The move not only gives us real Nintendo games on iPhone and iPad, but also allows the company to bankroll its risky console bets.
Yik Yak's founders took the stage at SXSW to talk about Twitter, cyberbullying, and world domination.
These third-party apps add syncing, organizational and other features you won't find on the stock contact app that came with your phone.
At a SXSW session, Biz Stone explains why Jelly failed and how its demise made room for his next app, Super.
iOS 8.2 lets you explore the Apple Watch app before the Apple Watch is even available, and even includes a number of big fixes and Health app improvements.
This challenging platformer-puzzler hybrid tasks you with stealing gold from built-in dungeons and dungeons designed by other players. The catch? Other players will steal from you, too.
Early Apple Watch apps will be simple extensions of iPhone apps, but developers are chomping at the bit to add more features.
The off-the-grid messaging app takes on Twitter to be South by Southwest's communication platform of choice.
Zuru analyzes your notes and turns them into a slide-based presentation on Haiku Deck’s platform, so you'll never have to use PowerPoint again.
Beautiful new endless runner is as chill as the freshly fallen digital powder.
Vurb pulls in info from your other apps, so you can stop manically switching back and forth between apps to find what you want.
This premium, ad-free service adds an extra layer of privacy to Twitter, Facebook, and your email.
Great presentation, solid combat, and a strong license combine to create a rather enjoyable freebie.
If you're not afraid of the dark, Dark Echo will fix that. You'll rely on the soundtrack to navigate through this minimalist horror game.