Don't-Miss iOS App Stories
New apps bring productivity to users' wrists on Android Wear and Apple Watch
A solid e-mail app is essential for Apple Watch users. Outlook’s new smartwatch adaptation gets the job done with a priority inbox and helpful shortcuts.
Businesses can now respond to users' comments on Facebook via Facebook Messenger.
There've been lots of Angry Birds games in recent years, but until this week never a true sequel to the original.
Thanks to your iPhone, you can step right up to the counter and be on your way faster than you can say Java Chip Frappuccino.
Can you hear me now? Not if you use this app.
The iOS 9 public beta cleans up Apple Music's numerous options for a more streamlined listening experience.
It's not impossible to like, but there are frequent barriers to enjoyment.
The new system will alert drivers and pedestrians of potential collisions.
This open-world environment game starring, yes, zombie goats is a fun, weird, and exceptionally unconventional experience.
This week's roundup includes two new apps—Send and Popsicle—that will allow you to communicate more easily without clutter. Read on!
Word, PowerPoint and Excel for Apple mobile devices also get better Outlook integration.
More than 500 companies are running IBM apps on Apple mobile devices, Apple CFO Luca Maestri said on an earnings call.
With Send, Microsoft launches instant messaging that works within an Outlook environment.
The apps use technology like predictive analytics and are for business travelers and mortgage officers, among other professionals.