Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
Looking for a store that takes Apple Pay? The Pay Finders app will show them to you on a map.
In this week's roundup of new Mac apps, we've got a couple of apps to help you with your NaNoWriMo deadlines—one that helps you get out of your head and focus, and a writing tool that takes a different approach to editing corrections. Read on!
New Facebook feature, 'Photo Magic,' will scan your camera roll and prompt you to share photos it finds of your friends.
This week's roundup includes a new invite-only app from Google that lets you and your friends know "Who's Down" for some fun. Read on!
A mobile app developer had a tough time figuring out why Apple was rejecting its app until it found the XcodeGhost malware hidden in an unlikely place.
Google's Keep app for iOS got a bit more competitive with other apps like Evernote thanks to new features the company added Thursday.
Hivemapper takes the video signal from your drone and superimposes onto it details of buildings and points of interest nearby. And if you get too close to those buildings, it also serves up a warning that you might be about to hit them.
Cortana for iPhone will soon be up for a beta test.
Like on the iOS App Store, Apple TV users can now browse top free apps, top paid apps, and top grossing apps.
In this week's Mac app news: The ever-so-sassy Carrot Weather gets an update, Configurator 2 makes managing multiple iOS devices easy, and much more.
This week's roundup includes Boomerang, a new way to make videos fun, from the folks at Instagram.
Small businesses can submit their information without buying iBeacons.
The new iPhones let you hard press app icons to unlock features that will boost your efficiency and productivity.
The free, invitation-only app for iOS and Android may make it easier to meet up with your friends IRL.
Possess objects and scare unsuspecting townspeople in this ghostly game.
The popular weather app just introduced an ad-free version and 15-day forecasts.