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With four app-based games, this little bot is sure to spice up family game night.
It's the time of year when a lot of us are trying to establish good new habits or give up bad old ones. Fortunately, there's a slew of iPhone apps ready to help.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps offers ways to keep your New Year's resolutions to get fit, eat better, and make good decisions. And if you just want to have a better music-listening experience, we've got help on that front, too.
The mobile file-sharing apps will disappear on January 31. The move comes after Google bought Bump four months ago.
Nokia says iOS 7 has harmed the user experience of its mapping app, but the company has show little appetite for keeping Here Maps up to date since its iOS debut more than a year ago.
If the holiday season meant a new iPhone 5c or 5s for you, we can help you get started with nine terrific downloads from the App Store.
This classic physics-based puzzler gets an overhaul with 120 new levels and a fresh look.
We've recognized the top products of the past year. Find out why they made the cut.
According to a post on Apple's developer website, all developers will be required to submit apps that are compatible with iOS 7 and built with Xcode 5 as of February 1, 2014.
Letting you follow entire leagues down to individual players, The Score is essential for fantasy team owners.
The venerable "read it later" app has undergone a number of changes in the last year, and is currently offering new users a chance to try it for free this week through Apple's App of the Week program.
There's a new keyboard in town, as startup Fleksy brings a new way to enter text into iOS apps like Launch Center Pro and Wordbox.
With over 500 million installs, Apple's latest mobile operating system is also its fastest growing ever. That's good news for both Apple and third-party developers.